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  • Tourelles de Longueville, Pauillac, 2015
    Bordeaux, France
    91 points Vinous Outer quote mark The 2015 Les Tourelles de Longueville has much to offer. Bold, vibrant and impeccable in its balance, the 2015 is beautifully delineated and classy. Sweet red cherry, white pepper, leather and mint give the flavors a distinctly bright upper register of nuance. There is lovely brightness running through the Tourelles that keeps the flavors bright. The Tourelles is the chateau's Merlot-based red and is a bit of an outlier relative to the other wines in this range. (AG) Inner quote mark (2/2018) Decanter

    Tourelles de Longueville, Pauillac, 2015

    €79.95
  • AIX En Provence
    France
    Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah
    A fragrant and well balanced wine. A lovely salmon pink colour reveals a fruity freshness. The nose is fresh and fragrant, delicate yet youthful and offers notes of watermelon, strawberries and flowers. AIX Rosé is elegant, generous and tasty and the perfect wine to drink all day long.

    AIX En Provence

    €24.95
  • Miraval Studio Rose
    South of France, France
    25% Cinsault , 25% Grenache/Garnacha, 25% Rolle, 25% Tibouren
    This rosé is a very delicate, pale pink colour. The nose is fresh with notes of red berries and stone fruits. The palate has a lovely texture coupled with flavours of apricot, peach and white flowers which are well balanced with bright acidity. ‘Studio’ by Miraval is a blend of Cinsault, Grenache, Rolle and Tibouren. The vineyards are situated along the French Riviera, stretching from the mouth of the Rhône river to the gates of Monaco. The proximity to the Mediterranean Sea brings warm temperatures, which are tempered by the Mistral wind, providing excellent conditions for the grapes to ripen and retain acidity.

    Miraval Studio Rose

    €23.50
  • Meyer Fonne, Pinot Blanc
    Alsace, France
    Pinot Blanc
    Pinot Blanc Vieilles Vignes comes from a plot of old vines, it acts like Pinot Gris on the nose — rich, oily apricot and pear fruit— but the touch of white pepper and taste of freshly squeezed oranges is classic Pinot Blanc. The palate is likewise rich and honeyed with a streak of minerality, a smoky side, and a touch of citrus. A house pour at a number of Ireland's Michelin starred restaurants over the past 15 years. A sure fire hit each and every bottle opened.

    Meyer Fonne, Pinot Blanc

    €21.95
  • R&M Les Poyeux, Saumur Champigny
    Loire, France
    Cabernet Franc
    Intense ruby ​​color. Complex combining fresh red fruits and black berries (blueberry) with toasted notes. Full and round attack, finesse of the grain and volume in the mouth. Harmonious wine with a lingering velvety sensation on the finish.

    R&M Les Poyeux, Saumur Champigny

    €21.95
  • Famille Perrin Luberon White
    Rhône, France
    30% Bourboulenc , 30% Grenache Blanc, 30% Ugni Blanc, 10% Roussanne
    The Famille Perrin Luberon White is a Southern Rhone white wine blend consisting of 30% Bourboulenc , 30% Grenache Blanc, 30% Ugni Blanc and 10% Roussanne. Famille Perrin is one of the most recognisable names in the Southern Rhône. The fifth and sixth generations of the family now manage the extensive vineyard holdings and grower partnerships which stretch across the region, from Vinsobres to the Ventoux. This wine has delicate notes of white flowers and citrus fruit on the nose. The palate is well-balanced with racy acidity perfectly complimenting the stone fruit and saline flavours, which linger on the finish.

    Famille Perrin Luberon White

    €16.95
  • Chateau Turcaud, Entre-Deux-Mers Blanc
    Bordeaux, France
    50% Sauvignon Blanc 45% Sémillon, 5% Muscadelle
    Château Turcaud is located in the heart of Entre-deux-mers, 30 kilometers from Bordeaux and 20 kilometers from St-Emilion. Here, between Dordogne and Garonne at the foot of the majestic Abbey of La Sauve Majeure, on land steeped in history, spread its 50 hectares of vineyards on hillsides of silty-gravel and clay that constitute the ideal terroir. 50% Sauvignon Blanc 45% Sémillon, 5% Muscadelle This beautiful white Bordeaux features intense aromas of citrus fruits, exotic fruits, mango, lychee, lime, and floral notes. In the mouth, it has a lot of fruity, liveliness and a very nice length. This wine is best enjoyed young, well-chilled as an aperitif, with all sorts of seafood, or with goat's milk, ewe's milk, and hard cheeses. This wine is a pure delight.

    Chateau Turcaud, Entre-Deux-Mers Blanc

    €18.95
  • Chateau Turcaud Rouge 1/2 bottle
    Bordeaux, France
    Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon & Cabernet Franc
    Produced with low-yielding Merlot (50%) with Cabernets Sauvignon and Franc, Turcaud Rouge has a deliciously fruity nose with cherry and spices; supple with interesting weight, structure and ripeness the palate has lots of clean red berry fruit, plum and hints of dusty cherries. The finish is fresh and well-balanced.”

    Chateau Turcaud Rouge 1/2 bottle

    €11.95
  • Chateau Larose Perganson, Haut-Medoc
    Bordeaux, France
    58% Cabernet Sauvignon , 40% Merlot, 2% Petit Verdot
    Château Larose Perganson lies in Saint-Laurent-Médoc, on the border of Pauillac and Saint-Julien, next to the vineyards of Château Latour. Winemaker Franck Bijon produces a Cru Bourgeois that rivals many Classed Growths. The wine is a blend of 66% Cabernet Sauvignon, 29% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot. A cold soak prior to the start of fermentation ensures the extraction of good colour, while a long maceration (the length varies according to the vintage) results in supple tannins. The wine is aged in French oak barriques, about 30 – 50% of which are new, for 14 months prior to bottling. It has lovely intensity and balance and, though ready to drink now, will easily go on for another five years. This wine is intense ruby in colour with crimson hues. The nose shows hints of black berries with spicier notes coming to the fore. On the palate, the wine is full bodied with polished elegant tannins, great structure and a very long finish.

    Chateau Larose Perganson, Haut-Medoc

    €36.95
  • Bertrand Ambroise Cotes de Nuits Villages Burgundy
    Burgundy, France
    Pinot Noir
    100% Pinot Noir Maison Ambroise is a long established, small négociant house, who operates on 21 hectares of their own vineyards and purchase grapes from another 3. The vineyards producing this Cotes de Nuits Villages are located near Clos de la Maréchale, a famous Nuits Saint Georges 1er Cru. The first impression is of abundance of ripe fruit, both on the nose and palate. Velvety and soft, albeit well structured this is a terrific wine, it would make a brilliant introduction to anyone new to red Burgundy. Easily one of the stars of our Burgundy selection, euro for euro there's hardly a better Pinot in the range. Harvested manually, neither filtered nor fined, the wines are classic and expressive with distinct terroir-influenced personalities.

    Bertrand Ambroise Cotes de Nuits Villages Burgundy

    €35.95
  • Chateau Lynch Bages 2016, Pauillac
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc
    Grapes Cab Sauv 70%, Merlot 24%, Cab Franc 4%, Petit Verdot 2% Producer On 90 hectares located on a plateau west of Pauillac town in the village of Bages. Owned by famous Jean-Michel Cazes and currently run by his son Jean-Charles. 5th Growth. Tasting Notes The powerfully structured palate has savory hints of licorice and ripe black juicy fruit which all combine in a dense, brooding, almost muscular mouth-feel. This cabernet dominated wine will surely gain even more weight, finesse and elegance. Drink now - 2030.

    Chateau Lynch Bages 2016, Pauillac

    €239.95
  • Guy Allion, Touraine Gamay Rosé Chant de Lune
    Loire, France
    100% Gamay
    Cédric and Dorothée Allion run their 27-ha estate with great care and passion. Members of Terra Vitis, their viticultural methods are resolutely organic and sustainable, while minimum intervention during winemaking ensure the wines are pure and offer a true expression of the terroir. Touraine Rosé Chant de Lune (previously named Sonnemot) is a lovely pale-pink coloured wine made from low-yielding Gamay. The nose is enticing with fresh, lively notes of citrus fruit, red berries and floral hints. It is vividly fresh on the palate, medium-bodied with raspberry flavours mingling with grapey and citrus notes.

    Guy Allion, Touraine Gamay Rosé Chant de Lune

    €15.95
  • Mahler-Besse Cheval Noir, Saint-Emilion
    Cafayate, France
    Merlot
    Saint-Émilion, in the mid-19th century, the shadow of a black horse working in the vines. Prodigiously brave, both powerful and elegant, the horse was known to provide quality and success to each harvest. This is how began the legend of the Grands Vins de Cheval Noir, a pure and distinguished expression of exceptional soils. Since 1895, the name of Cheval Noir is one of the oldest of the region of Bordeaux. Purchased in 1937, Cheval Noir is the first estate of the Mähler-Besse family whose domains, among the most beautiful of the Bordeaux region, currently span Haut-Médoc, Saint-Émilion and Saint-Estèphe appellations. The top vintage, Château Cheval Noir, entirely turned to excellence, is shown as the symbol of such philosophy. Settled on the St-Émilion plateau, the 6-hectare estate opened in 2008 a wine house combining the top range technology to the passion of wines. Made with passion and following high standards, the wines of Cheval Noir provide all the amateurs the association of pleasure, charm and elegance. For over 60 years Cheval Noir Saint-Émilion has been the historic cornerstone and the jewel of Mähler-Besse wines. It is made from meticulously selected grapes chosen for their quality and their trueness to the Saint-Émilion type. This delicate, elegant wine is remarkable for its silky tannins and its berry fruit and cinnamon notes.

    Mahler-Besse Cheval Noir, Saint-Emilion

    €22.95
  • 2015 Pouilly-Vinzelles Les Quarts Soufrandiere
    Burgundy, France
    100%Chardonnay
    Ever since they took over Domaine La Soufrandière in 2000, ever since they created their small scale “haute couture” merchant business called BRET BROTHERS in 2001 (high-quality white wines from the Mâconnais region of Burgundy), this is what has been their credo and a source of vibration and passion: the diversity and richness of the terroirs of Burgundy (locally called ” Climats”) and primarily those in the Mâconnais, around one grape variety, Chardonnay. The 2015 Pouilly-Vinzelles Les Quarts offers up notes of ripe apple skin and honeycomb. On the palate, the wine is full-bodied, ample, and layered, with a generous, textural attack that’s underpinned by juicy acids, concluding with a pure, mouthwatering finish. This is a generous, sun-kissed but nicely balanced Pouilly-Vinzelles that should drink well for the better part of a decade. Right now, it’s a bit richer and more opulent than it seemed in the barrel. [91 Points, William Kelley – August 2018, robertparker.com]

    2015 Pouilly-Vinzelles Les Quarts Soufrandiere

    €62.95
  • Eric Texier Adele Blanc Cotes du Rhone
    Rhône, France
    Clairette
    From a vineyard planted in the Saint-Julien-en-Saint-Alban area on the western side of the Rhône River in the Ardèche. Whole bunch pressed and fermented in cement followed by 6-8 month elevage on fine lees. A fresh and very tasty white wine. Starts off fresh and floral with bright apple and grape notes before finishing with a lick of spice and butter. A delicious wine but really needs decanting to show its best.

    Eric Texier Adele Blanc Cotes du Rhone

    €24.95
  • Leon Beyer La Cuvée, Alsace
    Alsace, France
    Muscat, Riesling, Pinot Blanc, Sylvaner
    Cuvée Léon Beyer is a blend of Riesling and Muscat, with bits of Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc and Sylvaner. Discreet, minerally nose. Juicy and minty on the palate; fresh and lively, with a lemon-limey citric hit. A linear, assertive white, light in weight but not in flavour. The apple, lemon, and spice notes ally with the dryness and firm structure to provide a refreshing impression.

    Leon Beyer La Cuvée, Alsace

    €19.95
  • Famille Laplace Chateau d Aydie, Madiran
    South-West France, France
    80%Tannat 20% Cabernet Franc
    Since 1927, three generations of winegrowers have succeeded each other at the Château Aydie. The wines come from vines that are on average 30 years old and are planted on chalky, clayey, gravelly soils. This is an exceptional Madiran, powerful, long, and complex. It has a dark, intense, ruby color. The aromas are a mixture of red and black fruit and spices. Supple attack with delicate, silky tannins, with notes of vanilla, spices, and coffee present. Serve decanted.

    Famille Laplace Chateau d Aydie, Madiran

    €18.95
  • 2012 Chateau Brane-Cantenac, Le Baron de Brane
    Bordeaux, France
    60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 33% Merlot and 7% Cabernet Franc
    Baron de Brane, known as the Napoleon of the vines, acquired Château Gorce in 1833. A winegrowing pioneer, he recognized the reputation and potential of this exceptional terroir, located on Cantenac's finest slopes, and devoted all his energy and fortune to developing it. In 1838, to leave his mark on the property, he renamed it Brane-Cantenac”.The Lurton family bought this prestigious property in 1925, and with the passing generations has maintained the delicate, complex, aromatic style for which Brane-Cantenac is known. Château Brane Cantenac's second wine, Baron de Brane comes from young vines (about 25 years old). It is aged for 12 months in barrels (30% of new barrels). Blackberry, blackcurrant, and floral notes are in its bouquet. The mouth is ample, round, generous and the tannins are fine, the lot is flamboyant.

    2012 Chateau Brane-Cantenac, Le Baron de Brane

    €51.95
  • 2016 Chateau Les Carmes Haut Brion Le C des Carmes
    Bordeaux, France
    51 % Merlot 48 % Cabernet Sauvignon 1 % Petit Verdot
    Using a more traditional blend, C des Carmes Haut-Brion focuses on Merlot subtly complemented by Cabernet Sauvignon. The fruit is in the spotlight here, offering an elegant range of aromas. Drunk young, the wine develops a crisp intensity which will gain the patina of beautiful complexity as the year's pass. -The 2016 Le C des Carmes Haut-Brion comes from vines located in the clos over towards Martillac, rather than the vines in the original Les Carmes Haut-Brion vineyard in the Bordeaux suburbs, known as "Le Clos des Carmes Haut-Brion" up until the 2013 vintage. It is a blend of 51% Merlot, 48% Cabernet Sauvignon and 1% Petit Verdot, matured in 30% new oak and the remainder one-year-old barrels. This includes 25% whole berry fruit. It offers plenty of brambly black fruit on the nose, crushed violets, fresh fig, and a touch of spice that opens nicely in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin, neatly integrated oak, a little plushness on the entry thanks to the Merlot, and then it dovetails into a more structured, gently grippy, chalk-textured finish with attractive black fruit. Give this two or three years in bottle just to shave off a little abrasiveness and you will have a fine Pessac-Léognan. 2020 - 2035 90/92 Neal Martin, Wine Advocate (230), April 2017-

    2016 Chateau Les Carmes Haut Brion Le C des Carmes

    €49.95
  • 2011 Chateau Bellevue de Tayac, Margaux
    Bordeaux, France
    55% Cabernet Sauvignon 35% Merlot 10% Petit Verdot
    This Margaux estate has evolved a lot since Jean-Luc Thunevin bought it in 2004. The vines span 4 hectares of limestone soils and are farmed respectfully. The soils are tilled to ensure the roots dig deep into the soil and manual harvests are followed by careful, precise vinification. The wines are sought after for their excellent balance between density and freshness. Dense yet fresh, this wine is fleshy and reveals a particularly long finish with intense evolved aromas. The ripe blackcurrant and toasty notes mingle with spiced, savory aromas. The Merlot and Cabernet-Sauvignon grapes are vinified in stainless steel vats to preserve their freshness while the Petit-Verdot is put in oak. The wine is then raised in new oak barriques.

    2011 Chateau Bellevue de Tayac, Margaux

    €66.95
  • 2018 Benjamin Leroux Savigny-Les-Beaune
    Burgundy, France
    100%Pinot Noir
    Screwcap. The lion's share of this vintage comes from the outstanding Aux Fournaux terroir in the north of the village. Then there's Les Peuillets (in the south) and Ez Connardises (in the heart of the village), to make up the traditional trio of parcels. While the latter plots were de-stemmed, the Aux Fournaux parcel was fermented with 80% whole-bunch (a rarity in Leroux Savigny). The entire cuvée saw next to no new oak. It's a remarkably deep and powerful wine in the context of Savigny, with blackcurrant, cocoa, and some red cherry too. The finish is bright with powdery tannins.

    2018 Benjamin Leroux Savigny-Les-Beaune

    €59.95
  • Albert Bichot Coteaux Bourguignons, Burgundy
    Burgundy, France
    PInot Noir and Gamay
    Coteaux Bourguignons only became an appellation in 2011 and allows both Burgundian red grape varieties, Pinot Noir and Gamay, to be blended. This wine has a red fruit palate of cherry and redcurrant, with a touch of licorice and rose petal for good measure. A versatile food wine that pairs well with anything from red meat to poultry to mild cheese. Drink now to enjoy all of its fruitiness.

    Albert Bichot Coteaux Bourguignons, Burgundy

    €19.95
  • Domaine des Bosquets, Gigondas, Southern Rhône
    Rhône, France
    75% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 3 % Mourvèdre and 2% Cinsault.
    "Home to the first Gigondas vines in 1376, Domaine des Bosquets is today run by brothers Laurent and Julien Bréchet with the same commitment to quality as at Château de Vaudieu. The 26 hectares of vines are up to 75 years old and lie at the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail. Julien has identified three distinct soil types at different altitudes within his vineyards: marl at 250-300 metres above sea level; sandy clay at 200-220 metres; and blue clay at 170 metres. These offer the potential for varying ripeness levels and fruit characters in the wine. All the vines are cordon-trained for the optimum exposure and ventilation of the grapes, and the fruit is hand-harvested and goes through rigorous selection. The Gigondas is a blend of different parcels and is dominated by 75% Grenache, with 20% Syrah, 3 % Mourvèdre and 2% Cinsault. It has a lift and balance, as well as a powerful fruit character. The wine is aged for 18 months in total. For 12 months it ages separately: the Syrah is aged in 228-litre oak barrels, the Grenache is aged in 600-litre barrels and the rest is aged in concrete tanks. All three are then blended and bottled six months later. The 2011 Gigondas 'Le Lieu Dit' is from a 1.3-hectare parcel at 300 metres altitude giving the wine freshness as well as ripeness. It is made of 95% Grenache and 5% Syrah and is matured for 18 months, 12 months of which was spent in French oak barrels. A complex nose of sweet blackberries, red plums, roasted provençal herbs and macerated cherries. On the palate, this is a medium to full-bodied wine, with good structure, beautiful tannins and a clean finish.

    Domaine des Bosquets, Gigondas, Southern Rhône

    €42.95
  • 2011 Chateau Bernadotte, Haut-Medoc
    Bordeaux, France
    59% Cabernet Sauvignon, 36% Merlot, 3% Cabernet Franc & 2% Other
    -Neal Martin "I think this is an outstanding success this year. A very ripe plummy nose with a slight raisin note. Very rich and opulent with the Merlot dominating the aromatics. A very ripe palate with firm tannins and a good grip. Ripe blackberry and cedar. A very bold wine - probably the best Bernadotte that I have tasted. Excellent. 90-91 points"

    2011 Chateau Bernadotte, Haut-Medoc

    €54.00
  • 1996 Chateau Cheval Blanc, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
    Bordeaux, France
    66 % Cabernet Franc 24% Merlot
    A very classic vintage, with 55-60% Cabernet Franc - a Cabernet Franc year. 1996 is a left bank year whereas 1995 was a right bank year.Mid crimson with minimal aging at the rim. Looks quite thick and rich to judge from the viscosity. Much more obviously Cheval on the nose than 1999. Intense and lovely fragrance and good potential for development. A very successful bridge between ancient and modern styles.Jancis Robinson 18/20 points.

    1996 Chateau Cheval Blanc, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

    €749.95
  • Chateau de Crouseilles, Madiran
    South-West France, France
    Cabernet Franc, Tannat
    A blend of Tannat, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Cabernet Franc, the vines are old and from a single, sloped vineyard. Low yields result in a dark age-worthy wine with layers of complexity. You can expect violets, dark berry fruit together with caramel, and tobacco. Given time to open up, you will notice the tannins dissipate allowing the silkiness to shine. This is a big, well-structured, balanced wine with a long and intense finish. And surprising, only 13.5% ABV due to the cooler climate of the Pyrenees.

    Chateau de Crouseilles, Madiran

    €34.95
  • Ermitage Costieres de Nimes Auzan Rouge, Rhone
    Rhône, France
    40%Syrah, 40% Mourvèdre and 20% Grenache
    Château l'Ermitage was founded in the XIth Century by the hermits of Sainte Cécile d'Estagel Abbay. It is situated on the pilgrimage route of Santiago de Compostella. The estate's total surface covers 80 hectares of sunny south-facing vineyards, which benefit from the airy Mediterranean climate. Château L’Ermitage Rouge ‘Auzan’, Costières de Nîmes is a spicy, southern and characterful wine. Giving wild thyme on the nose this dark, full-bodied wine has lots of red ripe fruit, sweet liquorice and roasted coffee flavours and peppery, savoury characters from the Syrah and Mourvèdre.

    Ermitage Costieres de Nimes Auzan Rouge, Rhone

    €19.95
  • Chateau Martet Reserve de Famille, Sainte-Foy
    Bordeaux, France
    100% Merlot
    Located in the AOC Sainte-Foy Cotes de Bordeaux, bordering the Dordogne River in Eynesse, Château Martet is spread over 33 ha. Clay-limestone soils as well as gravel soils, a preserved biodiversity, and a unique savoir-faire all contribute to the elaboration of ‘grand’ wines. Our vineyard consists of 80% red grape varieties and 20% white. Following the restructuration of our vineyard (massive grubbing-up of non-adapted varieties), our harvests are well rounded and produce a fully matured grape. Believing in the importance of preserving our biodiversity, no pesticides or chemical fertilizers are used. A magnificent wine vinified by Louis Mitjavile! Remarkably fruity notes. Tannins and fleshy quality that has relaxed over the years. The fruit is pleasant. A spicy and peppery profile strengthens the structure of the wine. A rich, affordable wine by its fine complexity. Open 1 to 2 hours before, between 16 and 18 degrees Celsius To drink or to keep!

    Chateau Martet Reserve de Famille, Sainte-Foy

    €39.95
  • Château Mont-Redon Lirac Rouge, Rhone
    Rhône, France
    70% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 10% Mourvedre
    Lirac is situated on the right bank of the Rhône River, west of Châteauneuf-du-Pape between the towns of Orange and Avignon. Château Mont-Redon's 35 hectares of vineyards are located on a plateau with soils of sand and pebbles, similar to nearby Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Summers are dry and hot with the warm Mistral winds keeping away any humidity. The grapes are selected and hand-harvested beginning in early September. Upon arrival at the winery, they are destemmed and macerated at cool temperatures for a period of two to three weeks. Punch down of the cap is frequent to ensure maximum color and extraction. With fermentation complete, approximately 1/3 of the wine is aged for a short period in small oak barrels with the remainder remaining in large vats. The wines are then blended and aged for an additional 18 months prior to bottling. Taste of red-cherry and blackberry notes are shaded by tones of anise and forest floor in this full-bodied, Grenachedominant red. Red-currant acidity lends crispness to the midpalate, accented by fine but drying, grippy tannins on the finish.

    Château Mont-Redon Lirac Rouge, Rhone

    €25.95
  • 1999 Chateau Destieux, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
    Bordeaux, France
    65% Merlot, 35% Cabernet franc
    Château Destieux is an 8-hectare domain located at the second-highest point of Saint-Emilion. From the top of its plateau, it overlooks the whole vineyard. The domain is owned by the Dauriac family. Advised by Michel Rolland, it is a very interesting Saint-Emilion, especially in great vintages like 1999. Still very strongly-colored, full-bodied, and tannic, these wines offer an elegant structure and develop very rich, fruity aromas. They have a good potential to improve with age.

    1999 Chateau Destieux, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

    €87.95
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