Château Pavie Macquin 2015 (Case 6x75cl)

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98 Points - James Suckling - “So much violet and lilac aromas to this with blackberry and blueberry character, too. Full-bodied and delivering limestone, chalk and lavender on the palate. Great structure, too. Needs four or five years to soften. Better in 2022. 

97 Points - Antonio Galloni - “One of the highlights of the vintage, the 2015 Pavie Macquin is positively stellar. A veritable explosion of super-ripe red cherry, rose petal and mocha makes a strong opening statement. Silky on the palate, with soft tannins and tons of sheer exoticism, the 2015 is stunningly beautiful. All of the signatures of the site are turned up to the maximum in this vivid, head-spinning wine from estate manager Nicolas Thienpont and his team. Don't miss it!


Château Pavie Macquin


Château Pavie Macquin sits in the appellation of St. Emilion, close to the vineyards of Pavie, Pavie-Decesse and Troplong-Mondot. The name comes from Albert Macquin who was known for helping to solve the phylloxera epidemic, as his vines at Pavie Macquin were among the first to be grafted onto American rootstocks. The property is owned today by the Corre Family, who are descended from Albert Macquin.  In 1990, consultant Stéphane Derenoncourt was taken on board by the Pavie Macquin team and in 1998 the success of the château began to change. The estate is managed by Nicholas Thienpoint (who owns Château Troplong Mondot and Château Vieux Certan). The 2005 vintage is the best vintage to date, scoring 96+ Points from Robert Parker.  The château also produces a second wine named Les Chênes de Macquin.

Château Pavie Macquin, Saint-Émilion, France


Bordeaux is not only the most famous wine producing region in France but in the world, with the most prestigious châteaux and wines in the industry. Its history dates back to the Roman times and today is the largest producing region of fine wines. Vineyards in Bordeaux are known by châteaux and therefore the name of each individual château is an important brand. 

Many top wines are sold ‘En Primeur’ meaning that they are sold in the barrel prior to bottling. Almost 90% of the wine produced in Bordeaux is red (called ‘Claret’ in the UK) from over 8,500 producers. The main reason for the success of the wine production in Bordeaux is the perfect combination of climate, with long hours of sunshine ideal for ripening the grapes and well-draining gravel soil. Appellations are an important part of the Bordeaux culture and the region has 54 appellations recognized by the AOC, the Appellation d’Origine Controlle.

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