2018 Chateau Mongravey Cru Bourgeois Margaux, Bordeaux, France

Bursting with black fruits, this is rich in tannins and wood-aging flavors. This latest release from the estate in western Margaux is still very young but has great promise. Cabernet Sauvignon gives the black-currant fruit and the tannins for aging.


Château Mongravey is located in Arsac, 22 kilometers northwest of Bordeaux. Created in 1980 by Mr. Regis Bernaleau by combining several prime parcels in Margaux, the estate produces an exceptional wine that receives accolades and awards every year. The charismatic Karin Bernaleau joined the estate in 1999 and directs marketing and distribution for Mongravey. Karin & Regis also own Château De Braude, an outstanding Haut-Médoc, that was also classified Cru Bourgeois in 2003.In 2003, Mongravey was one of a handful of estates that became classified as "Cru Bourgeois" in the 2003 Médoc classification (over 250 estates were de-classified the same year).Mongravey is one of the best Margaux available today, surpassing many of the prestigious classified growths in quality and over-delivering for the price.

Chateau Mongravey is a property of 13 hectares created in 1981, located on the Arsac plateau in the heart of the Margaux appellation. The entire vineyard is made up of several parcels of vines on a plateau of Garonne gravel quaternary. The grapes are 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 38% Merlot, and 2% Cabernet Franc. Cru Bourgeois since the 2003 classification, Chateau Mongravey's vines are located between the prestigious 1855 Grands Cru classified wines from the Margaux appellation. Chateau Mongravey produces fine wines, typical of the Margaux appellation, which harmonize with the most subtle cuisine. The tasting of Chateau Mongravey will offer you pure moments of happiness and emotion that will make your tables of elegance and prestige shine.


Grape(s) Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot
Farming Sustainable