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The Producer Château de Lamarque | Haut-Médoc, France

Château de Lamarque

Château de Lamarque is a wonderful Haut-Médoc property which is situated on the left bank of the Gironde, to the north of Margaux, very close to the river. The owners of Château de Lamarque, Pierre-Gilles and Marie-Hélène Gromand d’Evry are determined...

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The Region Bordeaux | France

The French wine region of Bordeaux is blessed with an almost-perfect viticultural situation on the west coast of France, and is probably the most well-known wine region in France and famous the world over for its enviable château-based classification system.

Most vineyards in Bordeaux are not known...

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The Primary Grape Wine By Grape Variety | Cabernet Franc

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The Cabernet Franc grape is a black-skinned grape variety from France that is popular in Bordeaux, where it is renowned for its inclusion in some of the best red Bordeaux blends. It is particularly popular in the Libournais on the ‘Right-Bank’ of...

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The Primary Grape Cabernet Sauvignon

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Cabernet Sauvignon is a well known grape variety used to great effect in Bordeaux, France where it is vitally important to the classic wines of the Médoc. Here it is blended alongside Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Merlot to produce truly world-class wines. Cabernet...

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The Primary Grape Merlot

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Merlot is a very popular red wine grape variety with big red and black fruit flavours of raspberries, ripe strawberries, plum and blackberry, giving the wine a softer taste. It is invaluable in the production or red wines from Bordeaux, particularly...

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The Primary Grape Wine By Grape Variety | Petit Verdot

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Petit Verdot is a red wine grape, most commonly used in Bordeaux red wine blends. The grape imbues the wine with intense, violet-black colour and tannic structure thanks to the high ratio of skin and seeds to juice. The grape is susceptible to...

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