Why Buy Me
For centuries prior to the French Revolution, Château Labegorce was a truly massive estate. In fact, it was one of the bigger properties at the time in the Medoc.
The lands of their Margaux estate were ordered to be divided during the French Revolution. This division created three separate estates. This included, Chateau Labegorce, what later became Labegorce Zede and the tiny property, L’Abbe Grosse de Grosse.
Dark red/purple coloured Margaux with an enticing and intense nose of dark berries, vanilla hints and cassis. The soft and complex palate shows lots of ripeness with elegant fruit and smoke, stretching delicately with notes of spices towards a firm but elegant finish.