La BORDEAUXTHÈQUE

Margaux

Located 25 km north of Bordeaux on the left bank of Gironde, Margaux is the southernmost communal appellation in the Médoc. It is also where you can find the most Classified Growths: 1 First Growth (also called Margaux), 5 Second Growths, 10 Third Growths, 3 Fourth Growths and 2 Fifth Growths. On the 1 490 hectares the Cabernet Sauvignon predominates and is associated with Merlot and Cabernet Franc. The Margaux terroir is characterized by gravel hillocks on a limestone substrate. Most of the Grands Crus are concentrated on the central plateau. A draining system of small canals (locally called jalles ) facilitates the evacuation of rain water and the proximity of the river makes for milder weather conditions. Both structured and delicate, the wines of Margaux develop exceptional complexity with age, one of the reasons why they are world famous.

Château Margaux
1er Cru Classé
Margaux

Château Brane Cantenac
2ème Cru Classé
Margaux

Château Durfort-Vivens
2ème Cru Classé
Margaux

Château Lascombes
2ème Cru Classé
Margaux

Château Rauzan-Ségla
2ème Cru Classé
Margaux

Château Boyd-Cantenac
3ème Cru Classé
Margaux

Château Cantenac Brown
3ème Cru Classé
Margaux

Château d'Issan
3ème Cru Classé
Margaux

Château Ferrière
3ème Cru Classé
Margaux

Château Giscours
3ème Cru Classé
Margaux

Château Kirwan
3ème Cru Classé
Margaux

Château Malescot Saint-Exupéry
3ème Cru Classé
Margaux

Château Palmer
3ème Cru Classé
Margaux

Château Marquis de Terme
4ème Cru Classé
Margaux

Château Prieuré Lichine
4ème Cru Classé
Margaux

Château du Tertre
5ème Cru Classé
Margaux

Pavillon Rouge du Château Margaux
2nd label of Château Margaux
Margaux

Baron de Brane
2nd label of Château Brane Cantenac
Margaux

Blason d'Issan
2nd label of Château d'Issan
Margaux

La Sirène de Giscours
2nd label of Château Giscours
Margaux

Alter Ego de Palmer
2nd label of Château Palmer
Margaux

Château Boston

Margaux

Marquis de Mons
2nd label of Château La Tour de Mons
Margaux