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Anson: Tasting two decades of Château d’Issan

Château d’Issan was enjoyed by royalty in the 13th century, shows new evidence, as Jane Anson tastes through the Margaux estate's more recent vintages, from 2000 to 2018 inclusive.

Just before Christmas, Emmanuel Cruse, the owner of Château d’Issan in Margaux, found records of a transaction of wine between the British crown of Henry III and the Seigneuries de Cantenac, part of which would become d’Issan.

See Jane Anson’s tasting notes and scores for Château d’Issan wines


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