Made with an unusually high percentage of Petit Verdot, this wine has a delicate yet fruity bouquet with blackberry, boysenberry and a touch of crushed stone. The palate is full of fruit with chalky tannins. A notable thread of acidity adds to the overall structure that will allow this wine to age. A very satisfying Cru Bourgeois.
"With a blast of Petit Verdot in the blend (15%, not typical Médoc), this structured, toasty wine revels in its ripe tannins. It is packed with fruit, with a dry core that will allow it to age." 89 points, Wine Enthusiast Magazine
Chateau l'Argenteyre 2015 Medoc
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