Reduced price!
Magnum Château Poujeaux 1970 View larger
The picture represents the product that will be shipped to you. If the bottles are in stock, the first picture represents the least well preserved bottle. Knowing that at the right of cork one privileges the level of the wine to that of the label.

Magnum Château Poujeaux 1970


Moulis en Médoc appellation.

Bottled at the Château.

Great vintage.

Magnum size.

More details

This product is no longer in stock

No reward points for this product because there's already a discount.

Add to wishlist

Free shipping in mainland France from 300 € purchase.

Data sheet

Vintage (year) 1970
Color Red
Capacity (cl) 150
Level Mid shoulder
State label Worn down
Capsule state Slightly oxidized
Designation Listrac-Médoc / Moulis-en-Médoc
Castle / Estate / House Château Poujeaux

More info

The 1970 Château Poujeaux in Magnum is a Bordeaux red wine from the Moulis-en-Médoc appellation.

This great wine is composed of 50% cabernet sauvignon, 40% merlot, 5% petit verdot and 5% cabernet franc. Owned by the famous Château Latour in the 16th century, Château Poujeaux is now the property of Philippe Cuvelier, owner of the famous first growth Clos Fourtet. Eonologist Stéphane Derenoncourt provides valuable advice regarding wine production.

The 1970 Château Poujeaux in Magnum will delight lovers of ancient Bordeaux and make a unique wine-themed gift.