With a prime location on one of the finest slopes in Saint-Emilion, (and at the foot of this slope), Grand Mayne - historically referred to as "Le Mayne" - is one of the most prestigious vineyards in the appellation. The chateau is a superb 16th century manor house that bears witness to the property's long history.
Thanks to a fine terroir - famous for over three centuries - as well as exemplary work in the vineyard, precision winemaking, and careful ageing, Grand Mayne produces wines that have won numerous distinctions and earned glowing reviews in the press for their exceptional bouquet of gret finesse.
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Classic aromas of blueberries, cedar, vanillin, black currants, and spring flowers jump from the glass of this dense purple-colored St.-Emilion. Broad, rich, jammy fruit flavors compete with the full-bodied, highly-extracted style that exhibits moderate tannin as well as excellent overall harmony... more
Blend: 75% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon more
Absolutely stunning Bordeaux, a tour de force from the 1998 vintage and perhaps the greatest Grand Mayne ever. A great value considering the inflated prices for many of the 2000's. Displays aromatics of black raspberries, minerals, licorice, and vanillin. In the mouth, the wine has taken on more... more
A lot of aromatics of black raspberries, minerals, licorice, and vanillin. In the mouth, the wine has taken on more tannin than it revealed early last spring, but it still possesses copious quantities of black fruits, medium body, and a pure, clean rich finish. more
Grand Mayne is one of St.-Emilion's best-run properties. Aside from a couple of hiccups in the early nineties, the quality has been consistently excellent, often outstanding. The 1996 Grand Mayne exhibits a dense purple color, and an attractive nose of white flowers, sweet blackberries, cherries,... more