Virtual Wine Tasting
Bordeaux Tasting: Pierre Lurton Unveils Chateau Marjosse’s Secret Cuvées
Thursday, June 24, 2021
Online • In English
A member of one of Bordeaux’s legendary winemaking families, Pierre Lurton shares his extensive knowledge of the region as well as a selection of cuvées from Château Marjosse.
Lurton has owned and cultivated Château Marjosse since 1991, and he’ll lead a tasting of selections from his Anthology Wine Collection.
Started in 2017 with then newly hired winemaker Jean-Marc Domme, the Anthology wines are micro-vinifications of small-batch cuvées made from grapes on the property’s most notable parcels. Each cuvée in the collection embodies its owner’s poetic spirit and is named for one of the birds that inhabits the property.
Susan Kostrzewa, Editor-in-Chief of Wine Enthusiast, will moderate.
60 minutes with Q&A
Please Note: This event has been rescheduled from April 28 to June 24 to accommodate for delays with wine shipments from France
Chateau Marjosse Cuvée Anthologie
- Cuvée Palombe 2018, Semillon, Sauvignon gris, Sauvignon Blanc
- Cuvée Chardonneret 2018, Chardonnay
- Cuvée Ortolan 2018, Cabernet Franc
$99 excluding tax and shipping. Wine package will be delivered after May 31.
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Pierre Lurton is the owner of Château Marjosse.
Hailing from a large family of winemakers from Bordeaux, Pierre Lurton was introduced to the family business at a young age, first under the guidance of his father Dominic, at Château Reynier, and later with his uncles André and Lucien, at Clos Fourtet in Saint-Émilion. In 1990, Lurton rented parcels of the Marjosse Estate and soon began producing his own wine by hand, with barely any help. The following year he was hired as manager of the prestigious Château Cheval Blanc and was promoted to managing director in 1998. In 2004, he was appointed President of Château d’Yquem. He continues to hold both positions. However, Lurton never relinquished interest in Marjosse, purchasing its vineyards bit-by-by until he become the sole owner of the estate and its magnificent House Chartreuse in 2014. Passionate to delve deeper into the subtleties of Bordeaux’s terroir, he has been making since 2017 small batch cuvées from the grapes in the most notable parcels of the property, each with its own characteristics and micro-climate.
Susan Kostrzewa is the Editor-in-Chief of Wine Enthusiast.
Susan Kostrzewa has more than 20 years of experience in magazine and newspaper publishing and currently oversees all editorial direction of Wine Enthusiast Media, in addition to its global tasting programs. In her tenure at Wine Enthusiast, she has led a comprehensive rebrand of the legacy media group, including a complete redesign of the print magazine and website, as well as the expansion of the editorial and tastings teams on the West Coast, Europe, and beyond. Kostrzewa was awarded Folio’s Changemaker of the Year award in 2018 for efforts including successful age- and gender-diverse audience initiatives and ongoing California wildfire relief support. She was also recently included in Wine Business Monthly’s 2020 Wine Industry Leaders list.