Château Malescot Saint-Exupéry 2015


Size | 1/2 CASE (6 BOTTLES @ 100.00€ PER BOTTLE)


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  • Product Description

      Appellation | Margaux

      Classification | 3rd growth of the 1855 classification and an AOC of the Margaux appellation

      Grape | 58% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 8% Cabernet Franc, 4% Petit Verdot

      Ageing | The vinification takes place with the fewest possible inputs. The wine is aged in 70% new barrels, unfiltered with a single racking during aging. The wine is aged in barrels for 12-14 months

      Tasting notes | Floral and fragrant nose and a medium bodied wine with a blackberry palate and elegant finish 

      Paring | Smoked duck, veal, roasted lamb, most grilled red meats

      Drinking | 2025-2050

      Awards/Critic Notes | Parker 95/100, Wine Spectator 98/100, James Suckling 97/100


      Available in case of 6 or 12 (not available for individual sale).


      The Château

      In 1697, Louise Escousses sold the property to Maître Simon Malescot, King Louis XIV's adviser to the Parliament of Bordeaux. He will give his surname to the castle.
      On February 5, 1827, Count Jean-Baptiste de Saint-Exupéry acquired the Château Malescot. Great-grandfather of the aviator and writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, he decided to add his name to the name of the castle. An expensive lifestyle led the widow of Jean-Baptiste to auction her property in 1853.
      It was in 1870 that Messrs Fourcade and Boissac then gave the great wine of Malescot a castle worthy of its rank and operating cellars, which would serve as a model for other Medoc châteaux. They will nevertheless have to resolve to sell in 1901.
      A period marked by the uncertainties of a succession of owners followed the stability of yesteryear. Zuger Family 1955
      On June 1, 1955, Paul and Roger Zuger bought the estate, which then only had 7 hectares of vines. Today the property covers 28 hectares in the Margaux appellation. Three generations of Zuger followed one another to relaunch and restore its reputation. It was therefore in 1994 that Jean-Luc took over from his father Roger.
      Today, Catherine and Jean-Luc Zuger are the owners. Jean-Luc, manager, does everything he can to make Malescot Saint-Exupéry one of the Grands Crus of the Margaux appellation.

      Current owner: Catherine et Jean-Luc Zuger
      Farming: HVE certified (High Environmental Value), practicing sustainable agriculture and using organic controls to improve environmental principles. 28 hectares in the Margaux appellation and the harvest is done manually

  • Shipping & Delivery Information

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      Oui Cellar 3 monthly subscription cases aims to be delivered by the 25th of the quarterly month (March, June, September and December). 

      Oui Cellar 6 monthly subscription cases aims to be delivered by the 25th of the quarterly month closest to your sign up date and every 6 months thereafter. 



      Online Store Deliveries

      Cases from the online store will be shipped as soon as you make your purchase, no matter what date or time of year. 



      Where do we ship?

      We are currently shipping to France, UK, EU, and the USA. 

      If you have a query about shipping to your country please contact us

      Our Southern Hemisphere friends, sit tight! We currently working through the getting the best shipping and tax rates so we can ship to you in 2022. Stay tuned *and thirsty. 



      Shipping & Taxes

      Oui Cellar partners with a specialist wine shipping company to ensure your premium wines are transported and delivered in perfect condition. Insurance is included in the costs, in the very unlikely scenario that something goes wrong in the process, you are 100% covered.

      Shipping rates & taxes vary according to Country in accordance with local tax & governance. Relevant charges are applied at checkout. As a guide, costs for France, UK and USA below:






      € 28.85

      € 65.00

      € 90.28


      € 31.85

      € 65.00

      € 59.95



      € 40.00

      € 50.00



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