Located in Saint-Hippolyte in the Saint-Emilion appellation, Chateau Magrez Fombrauge rests on an archaeological site dating from the 5th century BC. This château, producing a great Bordeaux wine, is the property of Bernard Magrez.
The 1.96-hectare vineyard is planted in clay-limestone soils and “molasse de du fronsadais”.
Harvest on September 26 and October 3. Manual harvest in crates. Careful sorting by hand. One week cold pre-fermentation maceration. Vinification in stainless steel tanks. Manual punching down. Maceration between 28 and 32 days.
18 months of aging. New oak barrels and terracotta amphorae.