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Clos Du Marquis 2017

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The Wine

94 Points Jeb Dunnuck "The grand vin is the 2017 Clos Du Marquis, which is 72% Cabernet Sauvignon, 27% Merlot, and a splash of Cabernet Franc. This stunning wine lends credence to the idea that Saint-Julien was the sweet spot for the Medoc in 2017. Classic Cabernet cassis and blue fruit notes as well as ample minerality, violets, and chocolate notes give way to a medium to full-bodied, beautifully polished Saint-Julien that has ripe tannin, terrific balance, and a great finish. It’s going to have 25+ years of prime drinking"

94 Points James Suckling "Wonderful aromas of blackberries, flowers, violets and Indian spices. Medium to full body with extremely polished, tight tannins that interface well with the ripe fruit. Remains extremely long and focused"

94 Wine Enthusiast "Solid tannins come from the vineyard, giving this dense, concentrated wine with a powerful structure and blackberry fruits. The wine’s future is assured, with richness, spice and fruitiness all coming together. *Cellar Selection*

Blend: 72% Cabernet Sauvignon, 27% Merlot and 1% Cabernet Franc

The Details
Variety - Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Country - France
Region - Bordeaux
Sub Region
 - Saint Julien

Extra - Cork
Year - 2017
Volume - 750ml

About the Wine Maker

The single vineyard of Clos du Marquis has undisputable quality. Although it is unclassified, it’s neither a classed growth nor a cru bourgeois, it is as sought after as many of its more expensive peers. Its allure lies in its privileged position and pedigree. Sitting in St Juliens most northernmost point, right next to Château Latour, it holds prime Medoc terroir. Plus it is made and owned by the same team behind super-second Leoville-Las-Cases, the Delon family. In fact, Clos du Marquis started out in 1902 as Las Cases’ second wine, named after the Petit Clos owned by the Marquis de Las Cases, but its quality was so good it became a wine in its own right. Winemaker Bruno Rolland added a second wine, La Petite Marquise, further highlighting the individuality of Clos du Marquis.