Since the 17th century, Margaux has shone without rival in the south of the Médoc thanks to a magnificent terroir formed by a very thick layer of siliceous gravel. Château Margaux was the property of King Edward III of England, in the middle of the 17th century it belonged to Monsieur de Fumel, military commander of Bordeaux, who worked hard for its reputation. Over the generations, over the centuries, the skill of some, the innovations of others, gradually make Chateau Margaux wine a wine of excellence, in particular thanks to the talent and progress made by Berlon, manager at the very beginning. from the 18th century. It was in fact he who had the idea of separating the white grapes from the red grapes for winemaking. He knew the land very well and knew how to exploit it. He is at the origin with his men, of the creation of a true art and a know-how.
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