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Magnum Château Sainte Marguerite Symphonie Provence Red 2020

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Magnum Chateau Sainte Marguerite Provence red wine Côtes de Provence, 150 cl of plaisure!


Symphonie red wine Saint Margerite is a top range wine. In the nose, the nectar is powerful with red fruits and violet aromas.

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In 1977 Jean-Pierre Fayard and his wife Brigitte bought a typical french south esat house surrounded by vines, which upsets their life. They bet to create a renowned classic of La Provence. Today, they have won their bet since Fayard family is considered as one of the greatest names in La Provence. Jean-Pierre et Brigitte FAYARD

This wine is served with

Chateau Sainte Marguerite Symphonie  red wine to be served at  17-18°c,  will perfectly match a grilled rack of lamb with thym potatoes.

The domain


Chateau Ste Marguerite stretches 168 ha in a property. Located opposite the sea, Domaine en Cru Classé Côtes de Provence is located in the commune of La Londe Les Maures. Created in 1929 by André Chevillon, a concertist, Château Sainte Marguerite is located on a vineyard cultivated since ancient times.


Having had a favorite for Château Sainte Marguerite in 1977, Brigitte and Jean Pierre Fayard with their children and beautiful children continue this work of excellence by producing wines known and recognised by all. The Chateau Sainte Marguerite rosé concerns 65 % of the production, 20 % red and 15 % white with the Cuvées Chateau Sainte Marguerite rose, white and red, Chateau Sainte Marguerite Symphonie rosé, white and red and Fantastique rosé and red. The Fayard family also owns Chateau Hermitage Saint Martin, a family adventure always guided by the passion of the vine.


In 2008, Chateau St Marguerite obtained the complementary Geographic designation AOP Côtes de Provence La Londe, a village on the coast of Varois and winemaking since the dawn of time. This DGC is a kind of “Super Appellation” attributed to the Domaines benefiting from a well-defined terroir including the Domaine Sainte Marguerite. Côtes de Provence La Londe is attributed to the terroir where the rock outflows. 4 types of soil, all marked by the phyllades (schist hardened by metamorphism in leaflets close to the slate) can claim this designation of Terroir: this explains the quality of Saint Marguerite wine.


Sainte Marguerite wine comes from organic farming, labeled Ecocert since 2003. Domaine Sainte Marguerite also has the Vegan wine label since 2015, guaranteed without inputs of animal origin. Sainte Marguerite in La Londe was one of the precursors in the production of Vegan wines. At the end of the vinification, for most of the Animal protein estates (fish, egg white or casein) to clarify the wine. These proteins are then replaced by pea protein to paste and clarify the wine, the rosé Sainte Marguerite does not derogate from the rule.

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