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ARVI THE SWISS VAULT OF FINE AND RARE WINES

2020

Château Canon

St. Emilion Bordeaux France
37.5 73 75 150 300 500 600
2020 Price On Request Price On Request Price On Request
2019 Price On Request 6 3 1
2018 Price On Request Price On Request 6 1
2017 Sold out
2016 90 Sold out Sold out Sold out
2015 13 Sold out
2014 Sold out
2013 Sold out
2012 2
2010 Sold out
2009 12 6
2007 Sold out
2006 Sold out Sold out
2005 Sold out Sold out 1
2004 Sold out
2003 Sold out
2001 6 Sold out
2000 Sold out
1997 Sold out
1988 Sold out
1979 3
1975 Sold out On arrival 1
1970 3
1955 4
1948 1
1946 1
1921 1

Delivery

We will help you organize the shipment to your desired address. During the check-out process we will suggest the most suitable shipping service depending on the quantity ordered and time frame.

Collection in shop (Melano)

You can save on shipping costs by collecting your wines directly at our shop. Currently, this option is only available at our ARVI Headquarters in Melano, Via Pedemonte di Sopra 1.

Store in Wine Vault

ARVI also offers a professional storage service, in which you can cellar your wines with us at ideal conditions. For more information about the terms and pricing, please click here.


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Château Canon

This quiet St. Emilion property located close to the centre of St. Emilion village is owned by the Wertheimer family, the owner of Chanel SA, who also own Château Rauzan Ségla in Margaux. Despite having a notable amount of Merlot (75%) in its 32 hectares of vineyards, it has a wine style different from many other St. Emilion estates in that its wines tend to be firm, chiseled and focused in their youth rather than voluptuous and round like many others. As a result, some feel that it has a more Médoc feel compared to its peers. It is also one of the best châteaux to access the incredible limestone caves that extend for over 70 hectares below the centre of the town. The limestone was originally extracted to build St. Emilion, Libourne and the neighbouring villages and the caves were used to hide both people and wine during World War II. Since the 1996 vintage, Canon's quality has gone from strength-to-strength following considerable investment by the family to modernise its cellars, replant and reorganise its vineyards and even add additional parcels from Curé Bon, a former neighbouring château.
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