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Mathilde de La Fleur Morange 2008 – Saint Emilion

5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)


Seductive and sensuous, the 2008 Mathilde, Second Wine of Right Bank Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classe Chateau La Fleur Morange, is fabulous. Dubbed ‘sexy’ by critic Robert Parker; the 2008 is rich, deep and polished with flavours of black cherry, Christmas fruitcake, white chocolate and blackcurrant cassis. With supple tannins and lovely notes of clove and sweet anise the finish is long and deliciously fruit driven.

100% Merlot. 13.5% abv. 75cl.



Product Description

mathilde merlotMade from 100 year old vines on unique soil, Mathilde is the Second Wine from Chateau La Fleur Morange. Having enjoyed meteoric success this little chateau started from humble beginnings on an ancient plot in Saint Pey d’Armens in Saint Emilion at the turn of the millenium. The brain child of Jean Francois Julien, La Fleur Morange has seen amazing success. The soils here were discovered to be the same iron rich clay that produces world famous Chateau Petrus in Pomerol. Using this exceptional terroir the gifted wine maker Jean Francois Julien, aided by brilliant oenologist Claude Gros, has produced wines that hit the headlines. Their achievements were rewarded when the chateau was raised to the status of Grand Cru Classe in 2012 – a tremendous award for such a new venture!

Flexible and food friendly the 2008 Mathilde is superb with roast lamb and rich casseroles, steak and duck. The perfect partner for venison, Mathilde also pairs well with pigeon, wild boar, pheasant and game pie.

Critics Scores:

mathilde chateauRobert Parker 92 points.
This La Fleur Morange Mathilde is a fabulous effort. Exuberant, hedonistic quantities of white chocolate, black currants, sweet cherries and Christmas fruitcake soar from the glass of this dense ruby/purple-tinged wine. Medium to full-bodied, round, fleshy and succulent, this is a major sleeper of the vintage and ideal for drinking during 2011 – 2019.

‘This wine merits serious attention. A seductive, sexy, fruity, 100% Merlot, it is an unpretentious St.-Emilion that will seduce the senses and provide enormous pleasure’.

Learn more about Mathilde and La Fleur Morange on Nicks Blog: Chateau La Fleur Morange – how an extra was cast as the star

Additional Information


Full & Fruit Driven Reds

Wine Region

Bordeaux – St Emilion

Grape Variety





Claret – No


Organic – No



1 review for Mathilde de La Fleur Morange 2008 – Saint Emilion

  1. 5 out of 5


    As I posted in my Vivino app, this wine has been the best St Emilion I have ever tasted since the 1970s. Pure nectar, pure heaven.
    A lovely smooth and deep wine which is excellent with beef. The olfactory senses are well regaled with long-lasting sensations of pure bliss as one savours the deep red liquid. A cracking bottle, a cracking series of bottles!
    Charles Pickles.

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