Chateau d'Armailhac is located in the well-known Pauillac production area on the left bank of Bordeaux. It was appraised as a fifth-level manor in 1855. The winery not only has good terroir conditions, but is adjacent to first-level manors such as Château Mouton Rothschild and Chateau Lafite Rothschild. Chateau d'Armailhac Just like these first-class manors, they insist on the highest quality winemaking process. Dominique Armailhac bought the place in 1680 from wine prince Nicolas-Alexandre de Ségur and named it Chateau Mouton-d’Armailhacq. In 1831, the manor introduced a new cleaning and disinfection technology, which doubled its output and sales, and was affirmed by the five-level manor in 1855. Later, due to debt and the impact of the economic depression, the winery was sold to the Rothschild family who were good at running the winery in 1933, the castle was rebuilt and the vineyard was rebuilt, the manor was revived, and the name was changed to Chateau d’Armailhac.
Although it manage by Rothschild family, Chateau d’Armailhac maintains a low-key attitude and only concentrates on making good wine. Chateau d’Armailhac genuine red wine has relatively strong tannin content, full-bodied and full-bodied wine, and various aromas are intertwined, giving drinkers an extraordinary feeling.
Chateau d'Armailhac 2015 is a garnet red with a crimson tint. The highly expressive nose is remarkable for its intense and radiant red fruit aromas mingled with notes of roasted coffee and marzipan. The ample and full-bodied attack reveals a well-rounded, silky tannic structure, giving an impression of richness and volume, underlined by a generous and varied range of flavours such as cherry, vanilla and liquorice. The long finish is sustained by hints of chocolate.