Château Dauzac 2003, Grand Cru Classé, Margaux - 0,75L


This wine is composed of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 29% Merlot and a small amount of Petit Verdot. 

The wine has a deep purple color and a delicious bouquet of black fruits and spices. The mouth is dense, sustained and particularly rich. The tannins will need a few years to soften. It is certainly a great wine for keeping.

The vineyard of Château Dauzac is located in the Margaux appellation, on a 49-hectare single plot of deep gravel.

Owned by the insurance company MAIF from 1989 to 2020, under the management of André Lurton, an iconic figure of the Bordeaux region, Château Dauzac became a family property again when it was bought in 2020 by the Breton Christian Roulleau. 

The development of biodiversity has been a major issue at Château Dauzac for the past few years: organic fertilizers, banned insecticides and biodynamics are widely used.

The wines are aged from 12 to 18 months in French oak barrels with only 60% new barrels to preserve the fruit, the typicity of the terroir and the vintage.

The wines of Château Dauzac are full-bodied Margaux wines, with fruity and floral aromas, always with a lot of elegance and freshness. A good ageing potential for these wines. 


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