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Per Bottle: $64.99
Per case of 12: $779.88
Producer: Yvon Mau
Vintage: 2014
Production Area: Margaux, Haut-Medoc, Bordeaux. Sandy gravels deposited during the quaternary era, with excellent natural drainage. Average age of vines 40 years old.
Type: Red Table Wine
Alcohol: 13.5%


Jacques Boyd is the 2nd wine of Château Boyd-Cantenac, 3rd Classified Growth in 1855. The name «Jacques Boyd» is a tribute to an Irish squire who purchased the Château in 1754 before to sell it in 1806 to John Lewis Brown, who will be united by marriage with the Boyd family. Then, the current owners, the Guillemet Family, will purchase this property in1932 to produce wines with remarkable elegance and finesse. Jacques Boyd is lighter and fruitier than its first wine but with no less elegance or finesse and with a recognizable silky style. This wine can be enjoyed young, but also has the potential to age well for up to ten years. 


brick red

Grape Varieties

Grape %
Cabernet Sauvignon 70
Merlot 20
Cabernet Franc 6
Petit Verdot 4


cassis, ripe red fruit, cedar and tobacco


Generous and smooth on the palate with excellent intensity and flavours of black ripe fruit, cassis and roasted coffee. Superbly balanced with sweet fruit, dry silky tannins and bright, cherry-like acidity.

Cellaring Potential

6-10 years. This wine can be enjoyed young, but also has the potential to age well for up to ten years.

Food Matching

roast beef with Yorkshire pudding, grilled lamb, game, aged cheese


Double Guyot pruning. Harvesting 100% by hand, in the cool hours of the day. Initial selection on the vine, two further sorting exercises before and after destemming (all manual). Vinification in stainless-steel temperature-controlled. Alcoholic fermentation for 14 days with several daily pumping. Malolactic transformation in the vat.


14 months in split oak casks, of which 30 % is new wood.