While he already owns Château Cheval Blanc, Pierre Lurton takes particular care of his personal property, Château Marjosse, which has has owned since 1997. The estate now spans 60 hectares. Although it is situated in the Entre-Deux-Mers, his terroir closely resembles that of Saint-Emilion. The wines are sought after for thei immediate drinkability.
About the cuvée
Château Marjosse's white Bordeaux has a profile poised perfectly between smoothness and vivacity. The bouquet produces indulgent aromas of exotic fruit, citrus and white flowers. The domain vinifies its grapes in stainless steel tanks before 2-3 months' élevage on fine lees in tanks.
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