Bordeaux 58 Red Bernard Magrez

Bordeaux 58

AOP Bordeaux

For 58 years now, Bernard Magrez has been creating rare wines from some of the most interesting terroirs in France and the world. Driven by a passion to go ever further in the discovery of flavors and emotions, he creates wines in his own image. This cuvée owes its name to the 58 years Bernard Magrez has devoted to producing quality wines.


  • Appellation : AOP Bordeaux
  • Soil type: clay-limestone
  • Grape varieties: Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Blend: 80% Merlot; 20 Cabernet Franc
  • Annual yield: 42 hl/ha



  • Eye: Dark, dense color
  • Nose: Notes of red and black fruit
  • Palate: Round wine with silky tannins and moderate acidity.

Food & wine pairing

  • Red meat
  • Forming
  • Dish in sauce


5-10 years

Notes and reviews

Prix d'Or: Lyon International Competition

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Winegrowing singularities

Wine Singularities


  • Double guyot pruning
  • Controlled natural grassing
  • Leaf-thinning to ensure perfect ripening of the grapes
  • Mechanical harvest sorting
  • Fermentation in stainless steel tanks at 28°C
  • Aged 8 months
  • Winters in Bordeaux are generally mild, with average temperatures around 5 to 10 degrees Celsius (41 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit). Minimum temperatures rarely fall below zero, which limits the risk of severe frost.
  • Spring in Bordeaux is cool and often rainy. Temperatures begin to rise gradually from March onwards, favoring the budburst of the vines.
  • Summers in Bordeaux are hot and sunny, with average daytime temperatures often reaching 25 to 30 degrees Celsius (77 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit). Sunny days and cool nights help maintain grape acidity, which is essential for wine quality.
  • Autumns are generally mild and moderate in Bordeaux. Temperatures begin to drop gradually from September onwards, with cool nights contributing to the slow, steady ripening of the grapes.
  • Precipitation: Bordeaux enjoys moderate annual rainfall, with precipitation spread throughout the year. Rainfall is heaviest in spring and autumn, which can influence vine growth and grape quality.
  • Risk of frost: Although winters are generally mild, there is always a risk of late frost in spring, which can damage vine buds and affect yield.

Our know-how

Expertise unique aimed at excellence

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For a more sustainable future of wine, we preserve the terroirs of our Vineyards.

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