Chateau Margaux

The property's vineyards cover around 106 hectares and are primarily planted with Cabernet Sauvignon and smaller shares of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. Château Margaux's Grand Vin is named after the property and in addition they also produce a 2ème Vin called "Pavillon Rouge du Château Margaux", as well as a white Bordeaux blend called "Pavillon Blanc du Château Margaux".

Château Margaux follows traditional winemaking methods, including hand-harvesting grapes and careful sorting to ensure only the finest fruit is used. The wine is aged in oak barrels, and the estate often uses a high percentage of new oak to add complexity to the wine.

Due to the château's limited production and high demand, Château Margaux wines are considered some of the most sought-after and expensive wines in the world. Château Margaux's commitment to quality and its long history of producing exceptional Bordeaux wines have strengthened its position as one of the most prestigious and iconic wine châteaux in the world.