Merlot based claret of some finesse - great introduction to the region.
The original name of this property, parts of which date back to the 12th and 16th centuries, was La Salle d'Argadens. It became Château d'Argadens in 2002, when it was bought by Maison Sichel. Sichel's aim in acquiring d'Argadens was quite simply to see it express the full potential of its wonderful terroir and become one of the benchmark properties in the Bordeaux Supérieur category. Contains Sulphites.
Tasting Note: Beautiful, brilliant garnet colour. The nose is fine and delicate with aromas of black fruit, tobacco and vanilla. The palate is generous and smooth, with velvety tannins imparting outstanding balance. The finish is rich yet gentle at the same time, with more oaky flavours on the back of palate
Critics: Silver medal - Concours International des Vins de Lyon 2017
Merlot (63%) Cabernet Sauvignon (32%) Cabernet Franc ( 5% )