Château Mille Roses


Chateau Mille Roses encompases just 5 hectares in the village of Macau in Haut-Médoc, in close proximity to the commune of Margaux. It is classified below the level of the Médoc Growths and it counts among the cadre of wines that offer excellent value drinking in a modern Bordeaux style, i.e. with the emphasis on fruit, and made to be drunk young. Situated halfway between Giscours and Cantemerle, with vines spread across the two neighbouring communes of Arsac and Macau. David and Sophie Faure started out with one acre in 1999, which has little by little, morphed into a very respectable estate of just under 23 acres, 10 acres of which is AOC Margaux and the rest is AOC Haut-Médoc. We feel that Faure family have out-performed many of their more illustrious neighbours, and produce a juicy, beautifully structured Cabernet (55%) dominant Margaix wine. This has plenty of the natural Margaux grip, but we found added harmony and balance.

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  1. Chateau Mille Roses, Haut Medoc

    Appetising currant fruit aroma; hints of cedar and spice. Dry and absolutely classic in the mouth, with lovely freshness. Salty black olives on the finish. Learn More

  2. Chateau Mille Roses, Margaux

    This silky-textured French classic offers beautiful drinking now and over the next four years. Learn More