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Cap De Mourlin
In 1983, Jacques Capdemourlin, the present owner, reunited this estate that had been divided between his father and his uncle for many years. He also undertook a major renovation in order to introduce modern fermentation and ageing techniques (a new vat room,
new air-conditioned area for malolactic fermentation, and new barrel ageing cellar).
The 14-hectare vineyard is ideally situated on slopes north of the town of Saint-Émilion with clay-limestone and clay-siliceous soil.
Château Cap de Mourlin’s wine is both generous and extremely elegant, with a very expressive bouquet. It is one of the most highly-reputed wines of Saint-Émilion.
Clay-limestone and clay-siliceous
65 % Merlot
25 % Cabernet franc
10 % Cabernet Sauvignon
New barrels: 50 %
Capitan de Mourlin