Wine Advocate: The 2015 Clos la Madeleine: has a high-toned kirsch and cassis-scented creme of bouquet That gains intensity in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied red berry fruit with sappy, well-integrated new oak, and impressive substance and freshness Convincing Reviews towards the finish. I would like more sweetness to come through on the aftertaste to the full package; nevertheless, this is a very fine Offering this year from Clos la Madeleine. 92 - 94 Points
The area of 2.2 hectares is closed. The exhibition on the southern slope of Saint-Emilion is exceptional for the vines. It is one of the landmarks of Saint-Emilion with its quarries dug into the cliffs, terraces and dovecote dominating the Dordogne valley. Since 2001 significant work has been carried out: construction of a new winery, creating cellars for breeding.
In 1841, raw, property of the Chatonnet-Crepin family, among the vineyards of the First Class Upper St. Emilion, under the name "The Magdalene". Between 1898 and 1928 vintage is acquired successively by two vintners .
In 1928 the family bought the property PISTOULEY that takes the current name: Clos La Madeleine Premier Cru Saint Emilion.Charles PISTOULEY held until the 1992 year the Clos La Madeleine will be sold to a group of individuals passionate wine are the current owners.