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Moulins de Citran, Haut-Médoc 2010
Classic claret from a classic vintage, a blend of 38% cabernet sauvignon and 62% merlot which was aged in French oak barrels for just over a year before bottling. Mellow, complex and remarkable value for money.
Price: £15.50 Bottle
Price: £93.00 Case of 6
- Red Wine
- Now to 2024
- 13% Alcohol
- no oak influence
- Cork, natural
Lying to the north of the hamlet of Avensan, to the south of Moulis and Listrac and to the west of Margaux, Citran is a large property with more than 100 hectares under vine. It is planted with 58% cab sauvignon and 42% merlot on gravel and clay/limestone. Japanese owners invested considerably in cellar and vineyard from 1987 and current owners (since 1996) are the Merlaut Villars family, who have successfully built on those investments.
... a fully mature red Bordeaux from Chateau Citran, to the west of Margaux. Nearly two thirds merlot grapes and aged in oak for a year, the wine has a soft, mellow complexity, with light cedar and raw...... a fully mature red Bordeaux from Chateau Citran, to the west of Margaux. Nearly two thirds merlot grapes and aged in oak for a year, the wine has a soft, mellow complexity, with light cedar and raw tobacco notes on the nose. Elegant and poised, with good length on the palate and robust finish. Remarkable value.