Dear Wine Lover,
Have you seen what is the selling price of Margaux 2015 today? If you can still find it on the market the bottle of 75cl is selling CHF 1700.00 per bottle, 3 times the En Primeur release price. Today the wine is unfindable and many of our clients focus on Margaux 2016 the reason why is that the quality of both vintages (2015 and 2016) are similar but the Margaux 2016 is selling at only CHF 570.00 per bottle, a third of the price!!
The main difference between the 2 wines is that the 2015 Margaux offers a unique special commemorative label in honor of Paul Pontallier, but the quality of both vintages are side by side
As the 2015 is sold out worldwide, we strongly advise you to focus on the 2016 Margaux which will soon start increasing the price when the quantities will run out
in order to avoid the same situation on the Margaux 2016 I wanted to supply you our offer for the 75cl bottles to the imperial
Not only the comparison with the 2015 proves the deal on the 2016 vintage but also all other vintages which have the same rating are selling much much higher the 2016 is the DEAL!!
2015 Margaux CHF 1700.-
2000 Margaux - CHF 1200.-
2005 Margaux - CHF 1000.-
2009 Margaux - CHF 950.-
2010 Margaux - CHF 840.-
2016 Margaux CHF 570.-
It would be a real pleasure for me to reserve you some cases of this amazing Margaux!
75.0 cl Château Margaux - Margaux - 2016 CHF 570.00 (CHF 613.90 Vat Incl.)
Magnums (150.0cl) at CHF 1160.00 (CHF 1249.30 Vat Incl.)
Double Magnums (300.0cl) at CHF 2400.00 (CHF 2584.80 Vat Incl.)
Imperial (600.0cl) at CHF 4850.00 (CHF 5223.45 Vat Incl.)
Davide Vaccarini 19/20 Points: A radiant style for Margaux packed with gusto! This 2016 reveals an efflorescence bouquet of violet and lilac flowers that evolve into juicy red fruit flavors on the palate. In the mouth, the wine develops, exposing a remarkable concentration of fruit. There is a lot of substance here for a Margaux, yet this 2016 retains its classic elegance through a taut freshness. The tannins are very present but undoubtedly well-integrated. Delectable! Blend of 94% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3% Cabernet France, 2% Merlot and 1% Petit Verdot. Drinking window 2025-2040.
Antonio Galloni 97-100 points: The 2016 Margaux is magnificent in the best tradition of the Château Margaux style, which always speaks more to finesse than power. Above all else, the 2016 is a wine of superb persistence, understated power and total refinement. There is wonderful depth and intensity to the ripe red and purplish-hued fruits, accompanied by mint, rose petal and sweet spice overtones that develop in the glass. The 2016 finishes with great aromatic lift and freshness. It has been absolutely compelling on the two occasions I have tasted it so far.
Robert Parker 97-99 Points: The 2016 Chateau Margaux is a blend of 94% Cabernet Sauvignon, 2% Merlot and 3% Cabernet Franc, plus 1% of Petit Verdot, representing 28% of the total production. This is the highest proportion of Cabernet Sauvignon apart from 2013, which was due to the poor Merlot. It was cropped around 50 hectoliters per hectare depending on the grape variety, for example it could be up to 65 hectoliters per hectare in some sectors. Lucid in color, it has a detailed and precise bouquet with mineral-rich blackberry, raspberry coulis and limestone scents. It feels very perfumed, though not powerful like many Grand Vins in 2016. The palate is a different creature to the aromatics. Here is the intensity of the vintage with shimmering black fruit laced with spice, a killer line of acidity and an irresistible crescendo on the finish. Then, graphite lingering on the aftertaste, a nod to Pauillac perhaps. The aftertaste is so long you could probably write a letter to your friend enthusing about this wine before the aftertaste fades. Doubtless it is destined to be compared to the magnificent 2015 Château Margaux and to be truthful, there's a hair's breadth between them. In a word: crystalline. _
James Suckling 98-99 Points: A purity of fruit marks this Margaux with lots of currant and berry character. Full body, bright acidity and round tannins. Its a larger and more expanded style of Margaux. A wine with a heart and body. Strong.
Jean Marc Quarin 99 Points: Couleur sombre, intense, noire, pourpre, vive. Nez complexe, intense, fin. Bouche merveilleuse où le vin monte dans une grande douceur tactile, très élégant dans son toucher, très « Musigny » dans ses arômes. Puis il fond et sétire longtemps, noble, précis et superbe de classe. Ce résultat est obtenu avec une sélection sévère de 28 % de premier vin ce qui permet de dépasser le standard qualitatif de lappellation cette année. Assemblage : 94 % de cabernet sauvignon (très élevé), 3 % de cabernet franc, 2 % merlot, 1 % petit verdot. Degré dalcool : 13° (moyenne) - pH : 3,6 (moyenne plus) IPT : 70 (moyenne plus).