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Chateau Malescot Exupery Grand Cru Classe Margaux 1969

Château Malescot Saint-exupery:
Paul and Roger Zuger bought the estate, which then consisted of only 7 hectares (17 acres) of vineyards, on the 1st June 1955. After nearly 30 years of unflagging hard, painstaking work, Malescot has regained Its former status and ambition to climb ever higher. Today, Roger Zuger's son, Jean-Luc, supervises all the work In the vineyards and the making of our wine with its illustrious history, f... Read more
Paul and Roger Zuger bought the estate, which then consisted of only 7 hectares (17 acres) of vineyards, on the 1st June 1955. After nearly 30 years of unflagging hard, painstaking work, Malescot has regained Its former status and ambition to climb ever higher. Today, Roger Zuger's son, Jean-Luc, supervises all the work In the vineyards and the making of our wine with its illustrious history, find yet it hasn't always been plain sailing for this fine estate, which as long ago as 1608 was producing some 30 to 40 casks on our "Curton", "Puch Sam Peyre", "Ourmatan" and "Lacoste" plots. Read less


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