Saint-Émilion 1948 J. Marcel Borie-Manoux View larger
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Saint-Émilion 1948 J. Marcel Borie-Manoux


Renowned winery, rare wine, beautiful vintage

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Vintage (year) 1948
Color Red
Capacity (cl) 37
Degree of alcohol (% vol) nc
Level Mid shoulder to base of neck
State label Slightly damaged with rips to beautiful
Capsule state Small rips to beautiful
Designation Saint-Émilion
Castle / Estate / House Etablissement Marcel-Borie Manoux

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Historic winery founded in 1870 under the name of Eugène Borie Frères, Maison Borie-Manoux is deeply entrenched in the Bordeaux landscape. Wine-grower, producer and distributor of Bordeaux Grands Crus, Maison Eugène-Manoux is one of the last few family groups which are independent of Bordeaux. Owners of prestigious castles such as Château Batailley, bastion of the Eugène Borie family, Château La Croix du Casse in Pomerol and First Growth Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Château Trotte Vieille, Maison Eugène-Manoux acquired Bordeaux wine-merchants like Maison Turpin Frères as well. Great Saint-Emilion wine, this rare 1948 bottle is perfect for lovers and collectors of ancient Bordeaux wines.