Chateau Mauvesion Barton, 2012
One of the most exciting wine developments for fans of the Barton wine dynasty, this 15th-century property produces wonderfully deep, balanced and clear wines that seriously over-deliver at the price point.
This vintage is drinking beautifully now, with developing notes of spice, leather and cedar.
Moulis is one of the two districts situated between St Julien and Margaux with something of an overlooked, poor-cousin feel to it. Unjustified as that may be, there were raised eyebrows when the Barton family bought this property.
But seeing its wonderful potential and applying their superbly experienced skill to the vineyards and winery, they have turned really great wines into fantastic wines.
- Fine Dining
- Cabernet Sauvignon
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