Wine from Margaux
The five most celebrated Chateaus in Bordeaux are all located on the left bank of Bordeaux. Twenty two of 61 selected first-grade wines in Bordeaux in 1855 are from the village Margaux, hereby Margaux on the left bank gains a wide-spread reputation.
The red wine from Margaux features a graceful color, delicate texture, and exquisite tender foretaste. It tastes pretty strong without rendering a hangover. A great many people describe the red wines of Margaux as the most elegant, female-oriented wines, permeated with intoxicating flower fragrance and silky smoothness.
One of the distinctive properties of the red wine from Margaux lies in the fact that it subtly combines the qualities of delicacy and strength, tenderness and denseness, which apparently seem contradictive in styles. Furthermore, the perfectly blended tastes are but very enduring, just like a gentlewoman who is a bit shy, but graceful, exquisite and noble.