Château Dauzac is a Margaux great growth in the 1855 classification, owned by the MAIF group and managed by Laurent Fortin since 2013. The estate has 49 hectares of vines in a single block, ideally located close to the Gironde Estuary and surrounded by forests and meadows. The vineyard’s microclimate and unique gravel terroir are conductive to precision winegrowing on a plot-by-plot basis.
Château Dauzac continues to promote its status as a pioneer of technological and agricultural progress, and has experimented with several innovative practices (bouillie bordelaise, temperature-control, oak vats with two transparent staves, etc.). This Margauz estate is one of the most invested in biodiversity, producing wines that truly reflect their terroir.
Château Dauzac presents all the characteristics of a wine with excellent ageing potential. While Aurore de Dauzac offers instant pleasure.
Produced from vines on a specific geological vein with fine and sandy gravel, the plot selection of Aurore de Dauzac provides a wine characterized by crisp and intense fruitiness. Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon are used in almost equal proportions, resulting in a nicely balanced style.
Second wine: Aurore de Dauzac
|Area Under Vine:||49 hectares|
|Soil:||Deep gravel on a clay-gravel subsoil|
|Grape Varieties:||68% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Merlot|
|Ageing:||14-16 months- New barrels: 65-68%|
|Second wine:||Aurore de Dauzac|
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