Chateau Giscours 2018

$115.00 Sale Save
Chateau Giscours 2018

Chateau Giscours 2018

$115.00 Sale Save
Variety - Bordeaux Blend
Country - France

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About Chateau Giscours 2018 Margaux

Château Giscours has constantly reinvented itself to survive the centuries. Pierre de Lhomme, Marc Promis, Jean-Pierre Pescatore, Edouard Cruse, Nicolas Tari and now the Albada Jelgersma family – all ambitious and visionary estate owners who were passionate about pulling together the estate’s land and giving this vineyard, named a Third Grand Cru Classé in 1855, a reputation for excellence.



Split into various spaces, the Giscours Winery has two vat houses devoted to winemaking – one for wines under the Margaux appellation and another for the Haut-Médoc appellation. It also plays host to wine maturation, as there are more than 1,500 barrels in the vast cellar. They work with some ten different coopers, who supply the winery with French oak barrels every year.


Winemaker Notes This Classified Growth in 1855 is the first label of Château Giscours. It is of great finesse and elegance. Delicacy and power are combined in this flask to bring you the elegance expected of a great Margaux wine. The aging potential of this great wine is between 8 and 20 years or even more for the most exceptional vintages.



97 Points James Suckling


Black currant, dried-blueberry, oyster-shell, black-olive, black truffle, and bitter-chocolate aromas. It’s full-bodied with firm, fine-grained tannins and fresh acidity. Savory and mineral layers interplay with the black fruit. Powerful and chewy yet very polished and beautiful.. Try from 2024.


96 Points Wine Enthusiast


Always a significant wine, this latest release with powerful while also stylish black fruits fits into a well-regarded tradition. The density and broad fruitiness of the wine make fine foils for each other. It is firmly structured and set for aging. Drink this wine from 2027. Cellar Selection


95 Points Wine Spectator


Very expressive, with violet and lilac notes followed by creamed plum and mulled blackberry and black currant fruit flavors. Subtle anise, juniper and sanguine notes thread the very long finish. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot. Best from 2024 through 2036.