(From 2012 Vintage) Property of 13 hectares established in 1981, located on the plateau of Arsac in the heart of the Margaux appellation. The entire vineyard consists of several parcels of vines on a gravels of the Quaternary plateau. The grape varieties of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 38% Merlot and 2% Cabernet Franc. Cru Bourgeois classification since 2003, the vineyards of Château Mongravey lie between the prestigious Grands Crus classified 1855 Margaux. Castle Mongravey produces wines with finesse typical of the Margaux appellation which accord with nobility in the most subtle cuisine. Tasting the Château Mongravey will offer moments of pure happiness and emotion by shining your elegance and prestige tables.
(From 2009 Vintage) Sour cherry, a little red raspberry, toasted cedar, and faint earthiness. Medium body with nice intensity and acidity on the palate. More earth and a little mushroom come through on the dry and tannic finish. Opening more with air, but still feels tight. Old world style that would be very food friendly.