A tailer-made word all along the seasons: the pruning, parcel selection, sorting at the cellar, precise aging: these steps are essential to produce Great Wines.

These wines have a great aging potential but could also be enjoyed young thanks to the high proportion of Merlot.

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Château Maréchaux White

mineral and fruity

Grape Variety:
Sauvignon Gris

Harvest:
Hand picked

Vinification:
Aged in stainless steel vats, regular stirring during ageing on fine lees.

Average age of vines:
30 years

Altitude:
70 metres

Production:
1600 bottles produced

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Château Maréchaux Red

elegant and full-bodied

Grape Varieties:
Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon

Soils:
limestone clay

Vinification:
Aged for 6 to 8 months in 225 litre French oak barrels

Average age of vines:
30 years

Altitude:
70 metres

Production:
15 000 bottles produced

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Château La Pensée

silky and refined

Grape Variety:
Merlot

Soils:
Sandy clay

Vinification:
Aged for 10 to 12 months in 225 and 500 litre French oak barrels, 20% of which are new

Average age of vines:
40 years

Altitude:
70 metres

Production:
14 000 bottles produced

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Arthus

rich and delicate

Grape Variety:
Merlot

Soils:
Sandy clay

Vinification:
Aged for 12 to 15 months in 500 litre French oak barrels (100 % new)

Average age of Vines:
40 years

Altitude:
70 metres

Production:
Quantities produced depend on the vintage

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