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2022 Château Moulin St-Georges En Primeur

2022 Château Moulin St-Georges is released this morning for sale en primeur at £295 per dozen and with a highly impressive 96 points from Jane Anson, who describes it as a "luxurious feel, with velvety tannins...A well-balanced luscious wine with a saline limestone twist.

Adjacent to and owned by the same family as Ausone, this is one of those under-the-radar properties it pays to be aware of.  Managed by the Vauthier family themselves, the vineyard consists of just 7 hectares of vines, averaging 50 years old, resulting in yields of just 28 hl/ha in this vintage.   

The keywords from the critics are freshness, texture, and salinity, with the pH being notably low at 3.55 (in a warm year like 2022, pH levels of 3.6-3.8 in the reds are still notably low). 

Despite this freshness, the 2022 Moulin St-Georges is a rich, plush wine that hints at the style of its neighbour Ausone (at £600+ per bottle!), so we can recommend this release without hesitation.

Offered en primeur, landing spring 2025.

Magnums available with £15 ex-VAT bottling surcharge, please enquire re other formats.




Château Moulin St-Georges

Producer Profile

Château Moulin St-Georges

Château Moulin Saint-Georges has a long-standing association with Château Ausone, both being owned by the highly regarded Vauthier family. The estate was acquired in 1921, many years prior to the Premier Grand Cru Classé A classification.

Located just 200 meters south of Saint-Emilion, the 7-hectare vineyard is carefully tended, with traditional fermentation methods employed in thermo-regulated stainless steel vats for 4 to 5 weeks, followed by 18 months of aging in 100% new barrels.

The estate is managed by Alain Vauthier, with Philippe Baillarquet serving as the Cellar Master and Gilles Pauquet as the Consulting Oenologist.

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