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Robert PARKER - The Wine Advocate
This wine has been fully mature for a number of years, yet it reveals no sign of drying out. The color is a deep garnet with some amber at the edge. The nose offers up roasted herbs, sweet black berry and currant fruit, along with earthy notes. This medium-bodied wine is somewhat compressed on the palate, but is true to the elegant, narrowly-built style of most 1981s. It will never resolve all of its tannin, so my advice is to drink it up. The wine has more fragrance than fruit, and appears to be increasingly spice and structural-driven as opposed to fruit-driven.
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Region Bordeaux
Appellation Margaux
Colour Red
Volume 0.75 l
Country France
Château Giscours
Château Giscours

The Château Giscours is a french estate that produce its wine in Margaux appellation. It is a third classified growth of Médoc classification in 1855. The vineyard has 86 hectares in the property of 300 hectares.The Chateau Giscours is one of the most important areas of Medoc. 

Note the existence of a second wine without fault: Sirène de Giscours.

The best vintages in Château Giscours are 1945, wine sof 1947, the vintage 1961grands crus of 1982, vintage wines of 1989 and the vintage of 1990. Then, the vintages 2000, 2005 and wines of 2009 are exceptional.