2017 Chateau Mangot Saint-Emillion Grand Cru

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2017 Chateau Mangot Saint-Emillion Grand Cru

A plush and appealing, classic Saint-Émilion Grand Cru from this progressive Château.

Tasting Notes


Complex aromas of bramble fruit with herbal notes and a touch of spice.


The palate is plush with ripe plum and berry characters, fine tannins, well-integrated oak, and fresh acidity giving balance on the long and elegant finish.

2017 Chateau Mangot Saint- Emillion Grand Cru


Nestled in the far eastern reaches of the Saint-Émilion appellation, Château Mangot consists of 37 hectares with a diversity of clay-limestone soils. Whilst vines are naturally the star of the show for the estate’s current guardians, the Todeschini family, 15% of the estate consists of hedges, woods and embankments, which contribute to a rich biodiversity. Brothers Yann and Karl look after the vineyard management and winemaking themselves and are committed to following sound ecological practises.

A lightness of touch and genuine care flows through everything they do; from protecting the soils using only natural fertilisers, to the use of native yeasts and only the very tiniest amount of SO2 in the winery. They do not “make” the wines, but rather guide them into fulfilling their potential as pure, precise and quality expressions of the terroir. The estate was promoted to Grand Cru Classé status in 2022 in recognition of their consistently well-made, polished wines and their commitment to biodiversity and the environment.


The grapes - predominantly Merlot with some Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon - are cultivated on a selection of different soil types and aspects, from clay-limestone hillsides to a limestone plateau, at 35-90 m altitude. Average age of the vines is 40 years - and the vineyard is maintained according to environmental principles. At harvest time the grapes are selected, de-stemmed and undergo a cold pre-fermentation maceration before gentle vinification in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks for 4 weeks. The wine is then aged for 13-15 months in barrels of diffferent ages - with 10% remaining in stainless steel. The wine is then blended and bottled, 18-20 months following the harvest.


Year 2017
Bottle Size 750ml
Cultivar Merlot 80%, Cabarnet Franc 15%, Cabarnet Sauvignon 5%
Country Bordeaux France
Alcohol content
14% alc vol 
Units of Alcohol per Bottle 10.5 units
Type Red Blend
Cellaring Potential Awaiting info
Features Contains Sulphites
Food Matches
Drink with lamb or beef, or keep it simple with rich tomato-based pasta dishes.
Origin Montagne de Saint Émilion
Saint-Emillion Grand Cru