The complexity of a terroir, the devotion of those who care for it, all to create wines of focus, balance, length and silk. A signature.
A Margaux myth
The weather, right on time. In 1983, every stage of the vines’ development was accompanied by perfect weather: warm and dry in June for the flowering, heatwave temperatures in early summer as ripening began, warm and dry again in September as the grapes reached perfect ripeness. All of which created high sugar levels – comparable to 1982 – and extremely ripe tannins.