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  1. Prieure St Flaurent Bordeaux

    Prieure St Flaurent Bordeaux


    Robe profonde avec des reflets grenats. Nez de fruits rouges murs, vanillé, avec des notes de sous bois. La bouche présente un caractère charnu, épicé avec des notes de fruits à l’eau de vie. Une bouche puissante, avec des tanins enrobés. Learn More
  2. Chateau Haut Selve Red Graves

    Chateau Haut Selve Red Graves


    This direct red offers a slightly gutsy feel to the plum, currant and fig fruit, lined with tar and anise notes. A light iron hint adds range on the finish. Drink now through 2015 Learn More
  3. S de Siran Margaux

    S de Siran Margaux


    S de Siran is the Second Wine of Château Siran, and is also from the Margaux appellation. It is sourced from the vineyard’s young plots and from a selection of the First Wine that varies according to the vintage. The average age of the vines is between 5 and 15 years and, depending on the vintage, the volume of S de Siran is 30 to 40% of the total volume of production of the estate’s Margaux appellation wine.

    The grape composition is a blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. This wine, which we look on as the little brother of the First Wine, is made with the same care and attention that the First Wine receives. It displays both charm and complexity and generally should be enjoyed within 5 to 7 years of age.

    Ideal drunk young and popular with numerous restaurants, it pairs well with white and red meats as well as with pasta dishes, pies and soufflés.

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  4. 2009 Chateau Malmaison

    2009 Chateau Malmaison


    Wine Spectator 88 points: This has a good sappy feel, with kirsch and cherry preserves flavors laced with a pepper note and a lively tobacco streak. Shows a stony edge on the finish. Drink now through 2015 Learn More
  5. Chateau Piney Saint Emillion Grand Cru

    Chateau Piney Saint Emillion Grand Cru


    A small, under-the-radar Bordeaux, this excellent value shows a deep ruby color enhanced by aromas of tobacco, cedar, leather and blueberries. Dry, with firm tannins, the palate provides flavors of dark berries, mocha, and leather.Very enjoyable and excellent at this price point. Learn More
  6. Chateau La Tour Chambert

    Chateau La Tour Chambert


    This is a big, rich wine, with swathes of black currant fruit and ripe spice. The tannins are there too, a wall of solid texture and dark structure. With this weight and density, it's obvious that this wine needs some serious aging, so don't drink before 2018. Learn More
  7. Larose Trintaudon 2010

    Larose Trintaudon 2010


    Beautiful dark ruby color with quite an intense bouquet bringing together aromas of red ripe berries (raspberry) as well as spicier vanilla notes. On the palate the wine is incredibly round with a dense tannic structure, yet not overly massive. Great freshness finished off by slight mineral undertones and a silky texture. Without a doubt the best Larose Trintaudon of these last 25 years! Critical Acclaim James Suckling - "Aromas of blueberries and raspberries with minerals follow through to a full body, with fine tannins and a chocolate, vanilla aftertaste. Needs time to integrate." Learn More
  8. Duluc De Branaire Ducru Bordeaux 2010

    Duluc De Branaire Ducru Bordeaux 2010


    Typiquement médocain, Duluc de Branaire-Ducru est le second vin du Château Branaire-Ducru. Son millésime 2010 puise les caractères profonds de ses arômes dans un assemblage constitué de 65% de cabernet sauvignon, 32% de merlot, 2 de petit verdot et 1% de cabernet franc. Le climat de l'année 2010 a offert des conditions idéales pour exprimer au Duluc de Branaire-Ducru sa complexité et sa richesse. Ce Saint-Julien offre un nez aux notes de fruits épicés et riche d'une belle maturité. Sa bouche est profonde et se développe sur des tannins d'une parfaite élégance. Sa précision et sa densité s'allient pour une agréable fraîcheur. La finesse du Duluc Branaire-Ducru 2010 le rend accessible dès à présent mais pourra tout aussi bien être dégusté dans les 15 à 20 ans à venir. Learn More
  9. Chateau Tour Des Termes 2010

    Chateau Tour Des Termes 2010


    Château Tour des Termes is one of those special wines which from the very first taste, you know you will remember and want to come back to again soon. A magnificent nose of spices and smoky black fruit opens into a very well-structured, balanced wine, full of class, elegance and body. Wine Spectator - "Ripe and focused, with a mouthwatering iron note driving the cassis, blackberry and raspberry fruit along. Floral and chalk hints hang in the background for now. Pure. Best from 2014 through 2022." International Wine Cellar - "Bright red-ruby. Sexy aromas of red cherry, redcurrant and magnolia, plus nuances of wild herbs and smoke. Juicy, sweet and suave in the mouth, showing pure, penetrating red and dark berry flavors complemented but not overwhelmed by smoky oak and milk chocolate. The tannins and acids harmonize nicely on the persistent, clean, floral finish. A lovely, balanced midweight that many Bordeaux insiders prize for its excellent value. Jean-Luc Thunevin of Valandraud helps out here.Range: 87-90" Learn More
  10. Chateau La Pointe Pomerol 2010

    Chateau La Pointe Pomerol 2010


    Rating: 17.5/20pts 85% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc. Château La Pointe: 6,300-7,600 vines/ha Dense, nicely concentrated, rich red. Nose is unmistakably Pomerol with earthy, slightly iron-rich Merlot fruit lifted with fragrance from Cabernet Franc. Fine natural sweetness on the palate, which is full of energy and already has an attractively smooth texture with tannins firming up the long, satisfying finish. Stockist: £20.25 Fine & Rare (£243 a case) Drink 2016-30 Alc 14.5% Taster: Steven Spurrier Learn More
  11. 2005 Chateau Pavie Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

    2005 Chateau Pavie Saint-Emilion Grand Cru


    The Wine Advocate: 98+ points Now that the 2005 Pavie is in the bottle, I would place it, qualitatively, a notch below the prodigious 2000, and a few notches above the blockbuster 2003. There are 7,000 cases of this 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc, and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon blend. Disregarding the blatant jealousy of his success as well as his “outsider” status, proprietor Gerard Perse has pushed the envelope of quality, fashioning first-growth quality wines from one of Bordeaux’s finest terroirs. In St.-Emilion, only Ausone can be considered to have greater potential in terms of micro-climate and terroir. Pavie’s 2005 exhibits a thick-looking purple color to the rim as well as an exquisite perfume of blueberry and blackberry liqueur, unsmoked cigar tobacco, crushed rocks, damp earth, and hints of truffles and incense. The vineyard’s limestone soils have provided massive concentration, a laser-like precision, fresh, zesty acidity, and massive tannin. Despite the wine’s enormous concentration and intensity, there is a lightness to its style. As Perse has made clear, he is trying to produce modern day versions of such great vintages as 1921, 1929, 1945, and 1947, wines that lasted 50 or more years. I do not understand why Perse receives so much criticism. In the blind tastings of each new vintage conducted by the Grand Jury European, Pavie usually wins against 100 or so other great Bordeaux. As they say, the truth is irrefutable - this is one of the world’s most outstanding wines, and the 2005 Pavie should take its place among the greatest achievements of Bordeaux in the last 50 years. Anticipated maturity: 2020-2060. Learn More

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