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  1. Frog’s Leap Cabernet Sauvignon

    This wine hits your nose with intense aromas of blackberry and cassis with hints of coffee bean and mocha. On the palate, subtle flavours of dark fruit, very balanced and deep. A wine for cellaring, but easily enjoyed in the short term.
  2. Andeluna Pasionado Cuatro Cepas 2011

    Intense aromas of dark red fruits - blackberry, cassis, followed by ripe fruit and a bit of spice on the palate. Finishing with a hint of minty toast. A full-bodied wine with well-rounded tannins that lingers in your mouth for a long time.
  3. De Morgenzon Maestro

    Soft and silky on the palate with notes of rich, red fruit, dried herbs, and cigar box. Perfume and plums on the nose.
  4. Chateau Lynch Bages, Pauillac 2005

    The 90 hectares of the famous Chateau Lynch Bages vineyards are superbly sited on the plateau west of Pauillac town in the village of Bage. The property is owned by the famous Jean Michelle Cazes and currently run by his son Jean-Charles. A sublimely masculine heavyweight Lynch. It is a Pauillac personified with an impenetrable but incredibly ripe nose bursting with pure, mineral cassis. Mouth filling creamy black cherry and blackcurrant fruit is phenomenally smooth and boasts great structure with hints of tobacco, coffee, leather, and mint. The tannins are rich and silky with rare freshness. Drink now to 2027.
  5. Chateau Lynch Bages, Pauillac 2006

    Ch. Lynch Bages, a Cinquième Cru Classé, is one of the best-known Médoc estates and has always had a particularly strong following on this side of the English Channel. The wine can be surprisingly soft and approachable when young; however, when fully mature, it develops a succulent richness and a heavenly bouquet of minty blackcurrants and cigar boxes. As Oz Clarke says, “Lynch Bages is impressive at five years, beautiful at 10 years and irresistible at 20.”

    This is a remarkable 2006: voluptuous and sexy, its massive tannins are cloaked by the hugely concentrated, ripe, cedar-y, brambly fruit, while the sweet, rich, toasty aromas add an extra je ne sais quoi. The purity of fruit on the finish is sensational too. Certainly, we cannot recall Lynch having been so far up the Bordeaux quality ladder in any previous year.

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