2011

Château du Tertre 5ème Cru classé Margaux AOC

Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot

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Wine information

Region

Bordeaux - Margaux, France

Grape

Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot

Producer

Château du Tertre

Vintage

2011

Goes well with

Clay pot veal roast, leg of lamb, aubergine lasagna

Degustation notes

A nose of ripe red and black fruit, mixed with a slight hint of roasted. Ample in the mouth, corpulent, harmonious, very fruity with chaste, elegant tannins. A soft, flattering wine that is very enjoyable, even in its youth.

Awards

WeinWisser - 17

Special notes

Quality has increased steadily since 1998. Certain value. Owner: Eric Albada-Jelgersina. As its name suggests, the Chateau du Tertre and its 50 hectares of vines enjoy an outstanding location on the highest ridge of the Margaux AOC appellation, in the commune of Arsac. Philippe Casqueton (Château Calon-Ségur) took over the domain in 1961 and gradually restored the vineyard and its production buildings. In 1998, the Chateau came into the hands of the current owner, who also owns the neighbouring Château Giscours. The second wine is called Les Hauts du Tertre.

Alcohol content

13.0%

Allergy info

contains: sulfit

Drinking temperature

16-18°C

Original packaging

Wooden box of 6

Stopper

Natural cork

Finishing process

Oak cask 225 l

Country of production

  • France

Supplier

  • Coop Info Service
  • Postfach 2550, 4002 Basel
  • Phone: 0848 888 444

Ratings

Average rating: 5.0 of 5 5.0 2 ratings and 1 review

  • from on (Rated vintage: 2011)
    Average rating: 5.0 of 5 5.0

    Geduld ist gefragt - Ein Bordeaux der Appellation Margaux mit ausgezeichnetem Peis-/Leistungsverhältnis. Ich würde ihn nicht vor Herbst 2017 kredenzen obwohl er ein Lammrack mit Ratatouille schon vorzüglich begleitete. Seine Nase und vor allem der fruchtige Abgang lassen für die Zukunft einiges versprechen. Glücklich wer davon im Keller und Geduld hat.

  • from on (Rated vintage: 2011)
    Average rating: 5.0 of 5 5.0