Chateau Marjosse 2003, 86 points

2003 Chateau Marjosse

(France, Bordeaux, Bordeaux Controlee)

Medium purple. The nose has some bubble gum, veggies and pepper. Little strange in the nose because I get a little industrial sweetness coming through.  The start on the palate is a little weak.  Not much happening and its a very soft wine.  Not much for tannins and fruit. However what it does have is some red berries and green pepper.  the mid palate is plain and the finish is dry add bitter.  I find this wine soft and just ok.  For 12 bucks it is probably worth it to have some around but overall it is a pass.Chateau marjosse

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  • Data says:

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