CHÂTEAU DURFORT VIVENS 1966
CHÂTEAU DURFORT VIVENS 1966
CHÂTEAU DURFORT VIVENS 1966
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CHÂTEAU DURFORT VIVENS 1966
CHÂTEAU DURFORT VIVENS 1966
CHÂTEAU DURFORT VIVENS 1966
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1966 CHÂTEAU DURFORT VIVENS 1966

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95 / 100
Cellar Tracker May - 2018
Cellar Tracker

What a wonderful wine, and the reason why bordeaux is so special. Part of the 2001 late release edition, so has a new cork, the wine was crystal clear and sediment free. You would never guess this was a 50+ year old wine from its looks. A wonderful mature nose that is warm and full of tobacco. To drink, this is so smooth and so elegant. It was just so easy to consume.

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4 / 5
Michael Broadbent

Information on the 1966 Bordeaux red vintage: 4/5

One of my favorite vintages that I've always described as a "lean long distance runner."

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Region Bordeaux
Appellation Margaux
Colour Red
Volume 0.75 l
Country France
Durfort Viviens
The castle-DURFORT VIVENS owes its name to Durfort Duras, powerful family in the South-west that moved to the the Margaux appellation in the fourteenth century. In 1824, Viscount Vivens added his name to that of Durfort. The reputation of the estate at its peak : the 1844 vintage was sold at a higher price than all other second growths of Margaux. Thanks to Lucien Lurton, beginning in 1961, the vintage has found acclaim. His son, Gonzague Lurton, the current owner, has chosen to exalt a little more each year the qualities of the mythical land of Margaux. The vintages 1982, 1986, 1989 and 2001 have particularly received very good reviews from the magazine Wine Spectator.