Château Argadens has been owned since 2002 by the Sichel family, who are also part owners of Chateau Palmer and a number of other estates. Their aim is to make the wine a benchmark within the Bordeaux Superieur appellation. Grapes are sourced from a 45 hectares parcels located in Entre-Deux-Mers and the wine spends 12 months in oak barrels.
Rich and ripe blackberry aromas with notes of oak. Generous on the palate with dense tannins and a long and spicy finish. Awarded Silver Medal at Concours des Vins de Lyon 2017.
“Structured and firm, this is a wine that is full of tannins. Luckily the fruitiness is there as well to show the wine’s potential. With a couple of years of aging, it should do well…” – 88pts The Wine Enthusiast, January 2016
French still red wine from Entre-Deux-Mers in Bordeaux France, made with Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.
Covering 45 hectares of clay-limestone soil in a single plot, Argadens is superbly well situated on one of the highest hills of the rollingEntre-Deux-Mers wine region (one of the five highest points, in fact, of the Gironde). The vineyard….….is thus extremely well drained and extremely well exposed to the sun and the air.