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2014 Château Durfort-Vivens

75cl Volume

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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2014 Other vintages
Appellation:Margaux (Bordeaux, France)
Winery: Château Durfort Vivens
Volume: 75cl Other volumes
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Château Durfort Vivens elaborates this 2014 Château Durfort-Vivens ($81.65), a red wine from Margaux based on 2014 grapes. Drinks&Co users rate this red wine with 4 out of 5 points.

Description of 2014 Château Durfort-Vivens

2014 Château Durfort-Vivens

TASTING NOTES OF 2014 Château Durfort-Vivens:

  • View: violet.
  • Nose: aromas of black fruits like cherry, blackberry, subtle aromas of truffle.
  • Mouth: silky and elegant.

APPELLATION: Margaux.

VINEYARD: Château Durfort Vivens

GRAPES: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc.

AGEING: 18 months in French oak barrels, 40% new.

WINE PAIRING: lamb, mutton.

TEMPERATURE: 16-18 °C

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The Winery

Château Durfort Vivens

Château Durfort Vivens

Château DURFORT-VIVENS owes its name to the Durfort de Duras, a powerful family in the South-West of France that came to Margaux in the fourteenth century. In 1824, the Viscount of Vivens' name was added to that of Durfort. The estate was at the height of its fame: the 1844 vintage sold for more than any of the other Second Crus in the Margaux appellation.

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Reviews of 2014 Château Durfort-Vivens

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4 /5

Toasty aromas. I liked it because it left my mouth a bit harsh.
It was just slightly past.
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Château Durfort-Vivens 2014

Reviews of other vintages of 2014 Château Durfort-Vivens201320122016

4/5

The 2013 weather conditions have not achieved full maturity of the grapes. However, the owner of Château Dufort-Vivens: Gonzague Lurton and his team have worked hard to preserve fruit and balanced wines. Either low temperature fermentation, moderate extractions, selection of press wines.
Despite a fall of almost 40% of production, the 2013 vintage largely pulls out of play. Composed of 82% Cabernet Sauvignon, 17% Merlot, 1% Cabernet Franc, this 2013 vintage is full of finesse and elegance. There is a nice freshness in the mouth, a gourmet tip. The final on it is harmonious.

Drink or keep: 2016-2019
PAIRING: Shoulder of lamb, leg of mutton
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Anonymous

4/5

Château Durfort-Vivens: rich micro-terroirs in the heart of the Margaux appellation

The 55 hectares of vineyards that have the distinction of being composed of several plots, micro-terroirs surrounded by the castle. Regarding varieties, there are 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc.
As in most of the vineyards where the respect for the land is paramount, the harvest is conducted manually and the wine making is fragmented and specifies for each lot to express its flavors and fragrances. Aging lasts on average 18 months in new oak barrels between 40 and 45% depending on the year, which explains their tannic and structured side.

Château Durfort-Vivens 2012: a perfect combination of softness and freshness

Château Durfort-Vivens The 2012 is a fine and silky wine, elegant and fresh, which presents a bright ruby ​​color with nice garnet highlights. As color presume, its scent is intense and subtle blend of fruits such as morello cherry and plum with white flowers such as lilac, spices like pepper and some light tobacco notes of cigar box.
As for taste, connoisseurs of Margaux recognize its elegance and finesse with a sharp attack and delicate and powerful tannins. A great wine that honors its exceptional terroir.

Notes and references
Bettane & Desseauve: 17.5 / 20
Wine Spectator: 88-91 / 100
Drink or keep: 2020-2025
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Anonymous

4/5

Cherry colour, high layer. On the nose, red fruit and green pepper.Distinctive oxidation notes on the palate.
A red that paired extremely well with the food.
The first person who mentioned this wine to me, was my brother.
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Lizz Cubbert