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
Bottle Price £12.50
Six Bottle Case Price £11.25 (£67.50 per case)
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French still red wine from Entre-Deux-Mers in Bordeaux France, made with Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.
With their 350 hectares of vines, Maison Sichel is a true winegrower, winemaker and éleveur. In its constant quest for improvement, Maison Sichel has adopted an original and holistic approach to the wine-making process. The story began in 1856 when Hermann Sichel set up a wine merchant business in Germany. The next step was to open a buying office in Bordeaux in 1883, and today Maison Sichel has remained a family business with the sixth generation in charge of the estate. View our selection.
They own many estate including Château Palmer (partly owned), Château Angludet and Château Argadens in Bordeaux but also Domaine du Trioll in the south of France.