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Château Martet Réserve de le Famille St Foy 2017

Château Martet Réserve de le Famille St Foy

2017

Origin

Grapes

Producer

Alcohol content

14.0%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2017

£32.49

/ btl 0.75 L

Details for Château Martet Réserve de le Famille St Foy 2017

Producer

Alcohol content

14.0%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2017

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC

Customer reviews

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by: Lola91 (13 Jan) - Vintage 2017

Excellent

Ce vin est excellent et mérite les éloges qu'on en fait.

by: Oliver (08/09/2020) - Vintage 2016

Pas enthousiaste

Ce vin a un peu de complexité (la patte Mitjaville) mais ne me séduit pas . Manque de longueur. Le rapport qualité prix est très défavorable.... lui préférer un domaine de cambes pour le prix et le breuvage ! (Certes 2017 c est jeune mais l’expression du potentiel n’y était pas)

by: Gemar (07/08/2020) - Vintage 2016

à boire absolument

un vin exceptionnel en bouche du jamais vu pour ma part. Si vous pouvez le goûter, n'hésitez pas.

by: Christian Marechal (03/08/2020) - Vintage 2016

Superbe

Meilleur que beaucoup de grands crus classés Surprenant

Château Martet

Château Martet

The thirteenth-century monastery at Château Martet was bought by the current owners of the winery in 1991. They immediately decided to focus their work on producing elegant top-quality wines in line with the noble origins of the winery. Only 25 km from Saint-Émilion, their vines thrive in lands which were already renowned for their vine-growing qualities back in Roman times. They own almost 25 hectares of vines on the plains and hillsides of Dordogne, l...