Introducing the Château le Coteau Margaux Rouge 2015
Deep ruby in color, perfumed and floral, particularly with notes of violets and lilacs, and soft, silky tannins. Less masculine and powerful than wines from other regions of Bordeaux, Margaux wines are typically more refined and elegant. Well paired with beef, lamb, deer and poultry.
About Château le Coteau
Château le Coteau is one of the last family properties of the famous Margaux appellation. Today, Eric cultivates his ancestors’ ground with passion and humility.
Château le Coteau is amongst some of the most well-known Grands Crus Classés. The vines are grown in some of ¬nest soils in the médoc in the Margaux region. Most of the plots are bordered by prestigious Grands Crus Classés. The soil is composed by gravel left by the Garonne river millions of years ago. These gravely soils are composed of pebbles and little stones originating from the Pyrénées. These soils are warm, poor in nutriments and very draining which suits the vines perfectly, helping the grapes mature. This terroir would be nothing without the Garonne micro-climate influence. Nature has found its place amongst the Château le Coteau vines. No herbicides or insecticides have ever been used and the plough allows the fauna and the flora to flourish.