Chateau Trois Moulins is the twin of the famous Chateau Cambon La Pelouse. Château Trois Moulins, neighbouring the classified growths Cantemerle & Giscours, was during a long time among the best Haut-Médoc Crus Bourgeois Supérieur thanks to its sandy gravels and great sun exposure. A flour mill just nearby explains the origin of this cru bourgeois’ name, which means “three mills”. Although Chateau Trois Moulins is not as well known as its sister, it still receives the same meticulous care in grape growing, wine making and aging. The principle difference is that Chateau Trois Moulins is made to be consumed early and is more attractively priced.
Made from an almost equal blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Great nose of cassis, small red berries and forest floor. Rich and well structured on the palate with spicy red fruit, round tannins and soft spice and tobacco notes.
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