Chateau Margaux 2007

In 1784, when ordering a supply of Margaux for his cellar, Thomas Jefferson wrote, “There cannot be a better bottle of Bordeaux.” Anyone fortunate enough to acquire a case of the 2007 vintage will agree with his assessment: This wine has a soft, floral character on the nose, and its palate is loaded with cassis, pure dark chocolate, licorice, and black raspberry on the finish.

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