Château Argadens AOC Bordeaux Supérieur Red - Technical sheet


Château Argadens

AOC Bordeaux Supérieur Red

Since acquiring Château Argadens, the Sichel family has put in place a vast renovation program, with the aim of making the wine a benchmark within the Bordeaux category. Argadens red is thoroughly modern Bordeaux with lots of concentrated fruit and an attractive, supple balance. Not surprisingly, it gets consistently high marks in tastings and competitions. Château Argadens also makes a white wine.

Technical sheets

  • 2012

    VINTAGE 2012


    Clad in a beautiful hue of garnet, this wine has a rich, open bouquet that reveals intense aromas of ripe, concentrated black-berried fruit and elegant oak. The same impression of generous fruit is found on the powerful, rich and chewy palate, which is structured by taut, dense tannins and lingers to a long, ample and spicy finish.


    To drink from 2015.


    Gold medal - Concours de Bordeaux 2015
    Bronze medal - Decanter World Wine Awards 2015
    Bronze medal - Concours Général Agricole Paris 2014

  • 2018

    VINTAGE 2018


    With a dark garnet color tending to black, Château Argadens 2018 is impressive. Its nose offers an intense and complex pallet of aromas from ripe red fruit flavors to light toasted notes and delicate spices. Château Argadens has a fine and balanced structure with soft, elegant tannins and a long finish. It is a versatile wine that can be enjoyed with many types of food, salads, white and red meats and most cheeses.


    Best enjoyed 4 to 8 years after cellaring, but will keep a few years longer.

  • 2019

    VINTAGE 2019


    This vintage offers a dark and bright colour. The nose, although young, is remarkably rich. It reveals great aromatic complexity with notes of fresh fruit, red and blackberries accompanied by toasted notes. On the palate, it is structured and elegant and beautifully balanced which gives it a great persistent finish. Château Argadens will age very well for several years and perfectly reflects the high quality and value great Bordeaux wines offer.


    Best enjoyed 3 to 4 years after cellaring, but will keep a few years longer.