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There has been a vineyard at Deyrem Valentin since 1730, and it is a superb site for growing vines. Owned by a Jean Sorge (ably assisted by his two daughters), this is just the sort of château that we are always hoping to come across. A small, focused, family operation, which in a vintage such as 2009, eclipses far more exalted names. The estate covers 15.5 hectares, 13 hectares of AOC Margaux and 2.5 in Haut-Médoc AOC. Ch. Deyrem Valentin produces three wines: Château Deyrem Valentin (AOC Cru Bourgeois Margaux), Château Soussans (AOC Margaux) and Château Valentin (AOC Haut-Medoc).
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Bronze medal winner at the 2016 Decanter World Wine Awards
The floral aromatics in this 2012 Deyrem Valentin are enticing and complex. On the palate, the wine is supple-textured and medium-bodied, with loads of blue and dark fruits, silky tannins and surprising complexity and elegance. This medium-bodied, beautifully formed Margaux should drink nicely for 7-8 years, although there’s no reason to defer your gratification. Drink 2015-2023 Robert M. Parker, Jr eRobertParker.com #218 Apr 2015
Bottle 12 x 75cl