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Pavillon Rouge – Margaux – Red – 2007


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Pavillon Rouge Red 2007 A Grand Crus From Margaux


The Pavillon Rouge: a jewel of Château Margaux

The Pavillon Rouge comes from the prestigious Château Margaux estate, located in the Margaux region of France. This red wine is made from a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, and Petit Verdot grapes, which give it great aromatic complexity. Although considered the second wine of Château Margaux, the Pavillon Rouge is an exceptional wine that continues to seduce the most demanding palates.

A subtle and elegant aromatic palette

The Pavillon Rouge, on the nose, reveals smoky notes, then gives way to a soft attack in the mouth. Black fruits gradually reveal themselves, offering a subtle and elegant aromatic palette. The wine is balanced between the power of the tannins and the sweetness of the texture, offering a finish with lingering flavors of licorice.

A perfect match for red meat and game

The Pavillon Rouge is a wine that pairs perfectly with red meats such as beef and lamb, as well as with game such as deer or venison. It can also accompany roasted poultry for successful food and wine pairings. The complex aromas of the Pavillon Rouge combine beautifully with the strong flavors of these dishes.

With an alcohol of 13%, the Pavillon Rouge is a wine that is both powerful and elegant, which will delight enthusiasts of great red wines from Bordeaux. The Pavillon Rouge is a wine that can be aged for several years and gains in complexity over time.

A difficult vintage in Bordeaux with incessant rains in September. The wines from Margaux are light and lacking in concentration, with soft tannins and lively acidity. Best consumed when young.

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