Château Giscours Red 2010 / 75cl Château Giscours - la Sirène de Giscours - Marguax

Château Giscours - la Sirène de Giscours - Marguax

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La Sirène de Giscours is the second wine of Château Giscours. From the young vines of the property, the wine presents flexibility, elegance and aromatic freshness; it allows us to approach the style of the famous Cru Classé after only a few years in the bottle. Rich, fleshy, the great Château Giscours wine is always of great finesse of tannins and remarkable aromatic purity underlined by fine spices; it is cut for long years of aging.



Country:
France
Region:
Bordeaux
Appellation:
margaux
Producer:
Château Giscours

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