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Château Cap de Mourlin 1953


Prestigious appellation, bottled at the Château, Grand Cru Classé

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Data sheet

Vintage (year) 1953
Color Red
Capacity (cl) 75
Level High shoulder to top shoulder
State label Slightly worn down
Capsule state Slightly dirty
Designation Saint-Émilion
Castle / Estate / House Château Cap De Mourlin

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The 1953 Château Cap de Mourlin is a Bordeaux red wine from the Saint-Émilion appellation. Owners of the property for 4 centuries, the Capdemourlin family gave their name to this « Grand Cru Classé », known as one of the oldest Saint-Émilion vineyards. As a result of the domaine's reconstitution in 1983 by Jacques Capdemourlin, Château Cap de Mourlin spreads over 14 ha of vines composed of Merlot with added Cabernet franc and Cabernet Sauvignon, producing rich long-ageing wines. Ancient vintaged wine, the 1953 Château Cap de Mourlin is a rare wine for lovers and collector of fine Bordeaux wines. This prestigious wine will make an unforgettable gift !