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Milon 2023 Vintage
En Primeur
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En Primeur
Available soon

A dense and full-bodied texture

     2023 VINTAGE     2023 VINTAGE     2023 VINTAGE



After a lack of rainfall in 2022, a mild and wet winter replenished water reserves in the soil. The vine growth cycle started in good conditions in early April despite a cold snap that caused no damage.  Mild weather and close-to-normal rainfall throughout spring stimulated vine growth, and in these favourable conditions flowering took place perfectly in late May, five days earlier than the average. The season concluded with a new record in June, the hottest since we started keeping track of temperatures in 1962, confirming the overall trend for 2023.

The vine cycle continued at a regular pace, several days ahead of the average. While successive heatwaves hit France in the height of summer, the Atlantic seaboard and the Bordeaux vineyard experienced only two very hot spells, in late August and early September, the latter marking the start of the harvest. Unstable weather set in during picking as hot and sunny days alternated with stormy spells.

The grapes continued to ripen with every favourable moment, while the rainfall both refined the skins and slowed the accumulation of sugar. The 2023 harvest ended in the last week of September in ideal weather and warm sunshine.


Deep red with a garnet hue, the wine reveals refined, elegant bilberry and blackcurrant aromas accompanied by subtle hints of cedarwood and pepper.
Creamy smoothness and precision are underpinned by well-structured, stylish tannins, imparting great complexity.
The dense, full-bodied texture typical of great Cabernet Sauvignon is lifted by an attractive burst of fruit. The freshness lingers on the finish, enhanced by touches of cocoa-bean and liquorice.


72% Cabernet Sauvignon
19% Merlot
6.5% Cabernet Franc
1.5% Carmenère
1% Petit Verdot


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