Margaux Sichel AOC Margaux Red - Technical sheet

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Margaux Sichel

AOC Margaux Red

With the Sichel range we offer the consumer wines that are vinified with the highest levels of competence, selected with severity always representative of the label of origin and which remain affordable. They are quality wines produced to bring guaranteed pleasure.

Technical sheets

  • 2012

    VINTAGE 2012

    TASTING NOTES

    This 2012 stands out thanks to the richness and elegance usually found in the first-label of Margaux wines. A deep garnet hue with deep purple tints and a generous bouquet, where red fruits harmonise perfectly with spicy, earthy notes, vanilla and masterfully restrained toastiness. Beautifully well-bred palate, with smooth extract adding elegant plumpness to the moderate tannins and a hint of toastiness. Drunk in its youth, it will offer all the finesse and charm typical of this exceptional terroir.

    AGEING

    Drinking from 2015; a great match for a fine cut of grilled meat or a well-garnished cheese board, but whatever the case over any informal meal.

  • 2014

    VINTAGE 2014

    TASTING NOTES

    With its deep garnet red colour, this 2014 Sichel Margaux has delicate blackcurrant and blackberry fruit and touches of oak on the nose. On the palate the wine shows lots of elegance and finesse. Tannins of excellent quality make this Margaux fruity, supple and powerful at the same time, with a lingering finish of spice and toasted notes. A wine with all the typical taste and elegance of this exceptional terroir.

    AGEING

    Drinking from 2016; a great match for a fine cut of grilled meat or a well-garnished cheese board, but whatever the case over any informal meal.

  • 2015

    VINTAGE 2015

    TASTING NOTES

    The product of one of the greatest Bordeaux vintages. Deep ruby red with deep violet tints indicating richness. Expressive, ripe bouquet displaying all the finesse and elegance typical of the Margaux terroir. Complexity on the nose, with overripe, jammy red fruit aromas, vanilla and spice. Swirling brings out more oaky, toasty notes denoting traditional ageing in oak barrels and which blend harmoniously with the fruity aromas. The palate is concentrated and generous but not capricious, highly expressive and underpinned by tannins of the highest quality.

    AGEING

    Drinking from 2017; a great match for a fine cut of grilled meat or a well-garnished cheese board, but whatever the case over any informal meal.