Château L’Argenteyre 2011, Médoc (magnum)

Awards and Accolades

  • Gold - Concours General Agricole de Paris 2013

Château L’Argenteyre 2011, Médoc (magnum)
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Intense in colour, on the nose and the palate. Ripe red fruit, mushrooms, green pepper leading to leather, tobacco. A great wine to lay down or save for s special event. Definitely worthy of decanting so open this a few hours before you wish to drink it.

Wine Enthusiast - 85 points

Spicy, smoky and rich.
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Grape Variety

ArrayCabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot




ArrayFull-Bodied Red, Oaked Red



Food Match

ArrayBeef, Blue Cheese, Lentils & Pulses



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The Producer

Château Argenteyre is the flower of its appellation. The 27 hectares are painstaking tended to by its passionate viticulturalist-owners, Philippe and Gilles Reich, allow this outstanding terroir to fully express itself.

The Winemaking

Traditional methods are used in the production of Chateau L’Argentyre. Green harvesting is carried out across the entire vineyard to ensure only the best grapes fully ripen. Harvesting and sorting are done by hand. The grapes are fermented in concrete and stainless steel vats then ageing in oak barrels for 12 months.

The Region

If you had to think of one wine region in the world as being home to some of the world's greatest red wines, then the Médoc would be a top candidate.

This is one of France's wine jewels, a Bordeaux region which has some of the planet's biggest wine stars within it. Not tiny by any means; in fact, Médoc together with neighbour Graves produce over 100 times the volume of Burgundy's great red wines.

Here Cabernet Sauvignon is king, creating some of the most praised and expensive wines around (although in the north, Cabernet Franc and Merlot do best).
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