Château Anthonic


Château Anthonic

Route du Maliney
33480 Moulis en Médoc

+33 5 56 58 34 60
+33 5 56 58 72 76

GPS coordinates
45.063829 / -0.76664
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Château Anthonic

Official Vintage Selection
96% clay-limestone, 4% Garonne gravel
Surface area
26 ha
Planting density
7 000 pieds/ha
45-50 hl/ha
Grape variety
61% Merlot, 29,5% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Cabernet Franc, 1,5% Petit Verdot
Age of the vines
24 years

fully renovated vat-room from the 2008 crop, concrete and stainless steel vats with temperature control, relatively short maceration (17 to 25 days), maximum temperatures of 26 to 28°C to ensure a gentle extraction of the tannins while preserving the fruitiness.
12 months in French oak barrels (1/3 new barrels every year)
Manual 10% and mechanical 90%

130000 bottles first wine and 24000 bottles second wine
Sales and marketing
France, Benelux, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, United Kingdom, Danemark, USA, Canada, Japan, China, Singapore, New Zealand, Tahiti
Languages spoken
French, English, German
Tasting Notes
91 - Wine Enthusiast
2008 : « Always an attractive wine, Anthonic is in good form in 2008. It has weight as well as fruit, giving a ripe, rounded character to go with its tannins. It feels dense, although not heavy, and has a solid chunky, smoky finish. »
15/20 - Jacques Dupont Le Point
2009 : « Fruits noirs, bouche ronde, voluptueuse, bonne longueur, frais, vif, serré, belle matière, tanins de qualité. »
3 étoiles - Decanter
2010 : « Round supple cassis fruit, nice balance and lengh. »

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My first wine memory
The special noise "glou-glou" made by the wine when you begin to pour it from a full bottle.

One word to describe my wine

The history of the Château
Château Anthonic is one of the oldest wine estates of Moulis (end of the 18th Century) but his current name dates only from 1922 (it was a tribute of the then owner to his father Antonic Hugon). It's also by then that the label was designed: it represents 2 eagles fighting for a grape, an allegory of the tension between the wine estate and the wine merchant for the harvest. Bought 1977 by Pierre Cordonnier, château Anthonic is under the leadership of his son Jean-Baptiste since 1993.

Food pairings for my wine
Quiche with nuts and roquefort-cheese

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