2013 MOULIN DE TRICOT MARGAUX
If you’ve ever wondered why Margaux is an often-used name for women, and what that has to do with wine, one sip of Chateau Moulin de Tricot’s 2013 Margaux will give you your answer. Of all the regions in Bordeaux, Margaux is most recognized for producing powerful, yet beautifully elegant wines. The best Margaux will even have you thinking about the wine for long after enjoying it. For me, they have all of the best qualities that I love in Bordeaux. And while First Growth Margaux can easily top $1000/btl, Moulin de Tricot’s 2013 Margaux is an excellent value at under forty per bottle. Our panel was absolutely shocked by the quality, and this wine perfectly represents classic Margaux.
Remaining true to old-world, classical styled Margaux, Chateau Moulin de Tricot blends 75% Cabernet Sauvignon with 25% Merlot, while many producers in the area are Merlot dominant. The 2013 offers the absolute perfect combination of striking intensity and soft elegance, gliding across your palate with penetrating black cherry, dried rose, red plum and hints of potpourri. With few cases imported, don’t wait too long to secure your case because this one over-performs on every level. You’ll definitely thank me later!
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Tasting Notes: "With striking aromas of crushed violets, black raspberry, wild rose and plum, Moulin de Tricot's 2013 Margaux is deep, plush and remarkably elegant. Well-integrated and precise flavors of dark red fruits, spices, floral components and minerals all intermingle effortlessly throughout the long and highly-pleasurable finish..."
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