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Château de Marbuzet 1972


Bottled at the Château, renowned appellation

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Vintage (year) 1972
Color Red
Capacity (cl) 73
Degree of alcohol (% vol) nc
Level High shoulder
State label Slightly worn down
Capsule state Very slightly cracked
Designation Saint-Estèphe
Castle / Estate / House Château de Marbuzet

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The 1972 Château Marbuzet is a Bordeaux red wine from the Saint-Estephe appellation. Castle with a prestigious past and previously owned by Alexandre de Ségur, owner of the famous Château Lafite and Château Latour, Château de Marbuzet used to be considered as Château Cos d'Estournel's second wine because it was composed of vines younger than 20 years old. Now completely independent, Château Marbuzet's wines are produced from a 7-ha vineyard surrounding the castle. The 1972 Château Marbuzet is a collection bottle which will delight lovers of ancient Bordeaux.