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Bernard Magrez, born 1936, is a French wine magnate who predominantly owns Bordeaux wine estates, including Château La Tour Carnet, Château Pape Clément, Château Fombrauge, and Clos Haut-Peyraguey but also a large number of wine-producing properties in other French wine regions and other countries, including Spain, Portugal, Chile, Argentina, Japan, Morocco, and California. In 2017 it was confirmed that Magrez had bought Château Le Sartre in Bordeaux's Pessac-Léognan.
A subscriber of VIVINO website called Jeffrey Cheong reviewed Bernard Magrez wine: "Less wood smell. Not fruity."
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Geographical reports"No more Merlot: France's vineyards under threat"
The Drinks Business reports"Bernard Magrez attacked in his home"
Lonely Planet Travel News reports"This French chateau has been transformed into a contemporary art playground"
Wine Spectator reports"Bordeaux Launches 2019 Futures Campaign Amid the Uncertainty of Pandemic"