This winery calls itself the first garage wine from Margaux. Deep ruby with some purple at the core. The nose is very nice if a bit more earthy than what I think of for Margaux. That is it has cassis, barnyard funk, blueberries and spice. Full bodied and a luxurious mouthfeel. On the palate, cassis and blueberries with underlying funk. This is showing some maturity but not fully there. Maybe another few years, but this should drink well for at least another decade. Medium tannins. Nice finish. A delightful wine to drink on its own, it will also work well with roasted meats, fowl or veggies.
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