Médoc 58 Red Bernard Magrez

Médoc 58

AOC Médoc

Depuis 1972, Bernard Magrez met en valeur des terroirs de qualité en France et dans le monde. Ce travail d’artisan est avant tout nourri par sa passion du partage pour faire découvrir des saveurs et des terroirs de caractère. Cette cuvée 58 célèbre de nombreuses années de passion.

Features

  • Appellation: AOC Médoc
  • Nature du sol : Argilo – calcaire et graves
  • Grape varieties: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Blend: 70% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Rendement annuel : 45 Hl/Ha

 

Tasting

  • Œil : Couleur rubis profonde
  • Nez : Notes de fruits rouges de vanille et de boisé
  • Bouche : Vin puissant avec une finale persistante

Food & wine pairing

  • Red meat
  • Simmered dishes
  • Cheeses

Conservation

5-10 years

Notes and reviews

Prix d’Or : CWSA – China Wines & Spirits Awards

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Winegrowing singularities

Wine Singularities

Climate

  • Double guyot pruning
  • Controlled natural grassing
  • Leaf-thinning to ensure perfect ripening of the grapes
  • Mechanical harvest sorting
  • Fermentation en cuves à une température maximale de 28°C
  • Aged 8 months
  • Winters in the Médoc are generally mild, with temperatures remaining above freezing. Rainfall is frequent, contributing to the soil moisture necessary for vine growth.
  • Spring brings mild but sometimes cool temperatures, with regular rainfall. This is a crucial period for vine growth, as the vines begin to bud and flower.
  • Summers in the Médoc are generally warm and sunny, favoring optimal ripening of the grapes. Daytime temperatures can reach pleasant levels for grape growth, while nights remain cool, helping to preserve grape acidity.
  • Autumn is a critical period for harvesting in the Médoc. The days are still warm enough to allow final ripening of the grapes, while the cool nights help preserve the balance between sugar and acidity in the grapes.

Our know-how

Expertise unique aimed at excellence

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