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Château Ferrière Red Bordeaux Blend Margaux 2004

Winemaker's Notes:

This 3rd growth Grand Cru with only 8 hectares is one of the smallestproprerties listed in the 1855 Grand Cru classification. Claire Villars-Lurtonhas produced a delicious wine this year which is great value for moneyespecially considering it's position in the1855 ranking. This wine has anexcellent deep bright colour and a classic Margaux nose, black currant,tobacco, roses violets. Lovely sweet fruit on the palate with a goodbalance of acidity, dry tannins and a powerful finish with good length. ClassicMargaux. 16.5 points

Château Ferriere:
One can't miss the Chateau Ferrière vineyards. They are behind stone walls right at the heart of the village of Margaux. There are other plots of land, which slope gently down towards the Chateau Margaux plots, which rise up a ditch further away. From the Chateau which is at the end of the park walkway, the famous "pavillons rouges" mark the limit of the Premier Cru vineyards. With its eight h... Read more
One can't miss the Chateau Ferrière vineyards. They are behind stone walls right at the heart of the village of Margaux. There are other plots of land, which slope gently down towards the Chateau Margaux plots, which rise up a ditch further away. From the Chateau which is at the end of the park walkway, the famous "pavillons rouges" mark the limit of the Premier Cru vineyards. With its eight hectares, Ferrière is the Medoc's smallest Cru Classé. The soil is composed of very deep Garonne gravel on chalk marl. It is said in the Medoc region that the vine plants should suffer! 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot express their suffering for the pleasure of connoisseurs worldwide. Since 1992 huge efforts work and exigence wise have been made at Ferrière, and this wine has surprised professionals by the celerity with which it has come back to the top. Read less

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This 3rd growth Grand Cru with only 8 hectares is one of the smallestproprerties listed in the 1855 Grand Cru classification. Claire Villars-Lurtonhas produced a delicious wine this year which is great value for moneyespecially considering it's position in the1855 ranking. This wine has anexcellent deep bright colour and a classic Margaux nose, black currant,tobacco, roses violets. Lovely sweet fruit on the palate with a goodbalance of acidity, dry tannins and a powerful finish with good length. ClassicMargaux. 16.5 points

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