The wines of Château Muret have a solid tannic structure with spicy and fruity notes as well as a fairly long finish. Pleasant to drink young, they have a good ability to age. This is open and approachable, and would make a perfect lunchtime claret – good classicism, uncomplicated black curranty fruit and in a lighter style.

Growing Conditions

- Soil: limestone clay - Area: 25 hectares - Planting density: 6666 feet/ha - Yield: 40 to 50 hl /ha depending on the year - Grape variety: 60% merlot 40% cabernet sauvignon The property, certified TERRA VITIS, practices reasoned viticulture that respects the environment and people.


Mechanical with cellar sorting


Bottled at the Château.


Four-week vatting in thermoregulated stainless steel tanks


Aged for a year in oak, 30% new, after fermentation in steel