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  • Ronan by Clinet Pur Cab Bordeaux
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet SauvignonCabernet Franc
    This tiny production of 1000 cases is the “crème de la crème”, coming from a hidden vineyard on the slopes of Bordeaux appellation. This wine is rich with its fruit concentration and dense texture. It is packed with red-berry fruits that are balanced with soft tannins.

    Ronan by Clinet Pur Cab Bordeaux

    €27.95
  • 2015 Montrose La Dame de Montrose, Saint-Estephe
    Bordeaux, France
    55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 41% Merlot and 4% Petit Verdot.
    With an area of 95 hectares, the Montrose vineyard offers three different wines. The Dame de Montrose is the second-wine of Château Montrose from the Saint-Estèphe appellation. The blend is 55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 41% Merlot and 4% Petit Verdot. The Dame de Montrose 2015 has a very fragrant and floral bouquet with blueberry and violet scents. On the palate, the wine is balanced and sumptuously structured due to the Merlot, which is the heart of this wine.

    2015 Montrose La Dame de Montrose, Saint-Estephe

    €92.95
  • 2014 Chateau Grand Mayne, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
    Bordeaux, France
    80% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon
    The 2014 Grand Mayne is 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Franc. On the nose, this Saint-Emilion is very aromatic on fresh black fruit notes. The swirl brings out the empyreumatic character (marked by the ageing process) linked with the wooden notes without hiding the fruit. The palate of this Grand Cru Classé reveals a mineral hint (hint that might be linked with the limestone scattered on the soils and subsoils of the property which is located at the foot of the Saint-Emilion plateau) and then develops in a straight, sappy but not aggressive tannic structure. The finish is quite long on a fruity accent.

    2014 Chateau Grand Mayne, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

    €74.95
  • 2012 Chateau Plince, Pomerol
    Bordeaux, France
    23% Cabernet Franc, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon, 72% Merlot
    Now under the banner of the famed Moueix dynasty, Plince is one of the larger estates in Pomerol. With Merlot as the dominant grape variety, this vintage offers a rich combination of black cherries with a burst of chocolate and tobacco. The tannins here are velvety and smooth, combining with a dart of acidity to give a well-judged sense of balance.

    2012 Chateau Plince, Pomerol

    €62.95
  • 2016 Chateau Fleur de Lisse, Saint-Emilion Grd Cru
    Bordeaux, France
    50% Cabernet Franc , 49% Merlot, 1% Cabernet Sauvignon
    The wine shows notes of vibrant red berries, blackberry fruit and liquorice spice, underpinned by elegant, fine-grained tannins and a lingering, fresh finish.

    2016 Chateau Fleur de Lisse, Saint-Emilion Grd Cru

    €49.95
  • 2015 Château Durfort-Vivens, Vivens, Margaux
    Bordeaux, France
    82% Cabernet Sauvignon , 17% Merlot, 1% Cabernet Franc
    Beautiful dark red colour with purple tints. The nose is very expressive, with intense aromas of cassis and blackberries, which are also noticeable in the mid-palate. Ample and round, the body is well structured with polished tannins and delicate layers of oak. Smoke, floral aromas and slight spicy notes rise after further airing of the wine.

    2015 Château Durfort-Vivens, Vivens, Margaux

    €64.95
  • 2016 Chateau Le Crock, Saint-Estephe
    Bordeaux, France
    46% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Cabernet Franc, 6% Petit Verdot
    Château Le Crock 2016 is a wine from the Saint Estephe appellation produced from a blend of four grape varieties, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, aged in 30% new oak. On the nose, the 2016 vintage of Château Le Crock exhibits an intense bouquet of black fruits, interspersed with woody notes. Moderately full-bodied, the mouthfeel of the Le Crock 2016 has relatively firm, granular tannins that are directly reminiscent of the 2010 vintage.

    2016 Chateau Le Crock, Saint-Estephe

    €69.95
  • 2015 Pedesclaux Fleur de Pedesclaux, Pauillac
    Bordeaux, France
    Merlot 74%, Cabernet sauvignon 20%, Petit verdot 6%
    The wine itself has spent 16 months in French oak with 10% being in new oak after an extended period of cold pre-fermentation maceration, providing rounded velvety tannins. This is a good solid claret. Lots of structure, power and weight alongside lifted floral finesse, dark berries and some chocolate notes.

    2015 Pedesclaux Fleur de Pedesclaux, Pauillac

    €52.95
  • 2016 Sarget de Gruaud-Larose Saint-Julien
    Bordeaux, France
    60% Cab Sauv 30% Merlot 7% Cab Franc 3% Petit Verdot
    The wine is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (65%), Merlot (25%), Cabernet Franc (8%) and Petit Verdot (2%). Vinification takes place in a mixture of wooden vats and cement tanks and the wine is aged in oak barriques (30% new) for 18 months. Gruaud-Larose can be tannic and ungainly in youth but with bottle ageing it becomes marvellously harmonious and develops complex and beguiling characteristics of concentrated black fruits, cedar, spices and liquorice.

    2016 Sarget de Gruaud-Larose Saint-Julien

    €63.00
  • 2015 La Demoiselle de Sociando Mallet, Haut-Medoc
    Bordeaux, France
    65% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc.
    An elegant and light red wine from Haut-Médoc The ageing for the 2015 La Demoiselle de Sociando-Mallet is mostly done in stainless steel vats to keep the freshness and fruitness of the Merlot variety so that it can be a drinkable wine in its early years. Lightness and elegance are two qualitative characteristics that characterize wine and the dragonfly...

    2015 La Demoiselle de Sociando Mallet, Haut-Medoc

    €52.95
  • 2015 Chateau Potensac, Medoc
    Bordeaux, France
    38% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot and 17% Cabernet Franc
    A fine wine with tight texture, great richness, and wonderful freshness. On the palate, the wine is pure and powerful, the tannins dense and spicy, and the finish of great depth with glorious aromas.

    2015 Chateau Potensac, Medoc

    €59.95
  • Mandrarossa Bonera Terre Siciliane IGT, Sicily
    Sicily, Italy
    50% Cabernet Franc , 50% Nero d`Avola
    Bonera is a 'Contrada' located in the heart of Menfi, totally dedicated to the cultivation of vineyards with very high summer temperatures and strong diurnal temperature variations. This keeps the wine fresh and aromatic. The vineyards for this wine are located on the hills facing south and south-west, at 90-150 metres above sea level, on silty and sandy soils. Vines are Guyot trained, with a density of 4,000-4,500 plants per hectare. This wine is ruby red in color with intense purple hues. On the nose, this wine has aromas of plums, dried fruit, and almonds. The palate is full-bodied and intense, with a good structure and soft tannins. The finish is long.

    Mandrarossa Bonera Terre Siciliane IGT, Sicily

    €23.95
  • 2011 Chateau Malartic Lagraviere, Pessac-Leognan
    Bordeaux, France
    55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 37% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc and 3% Petit Verdot
    Château Malartic-Lagravière, a Cru Classé de Graves, was previously owned by the Champagne house, Laurent- Perrier - in 1997 it was bought by a Belgian couple, Michele and Alfred-Alexandre Bonnie, whose son and daughter-in-law, Jean-Jacques, and Severine, have now assumed control. There are 47 hectares of under vine, but only 7 of which are dedicated to white grapes, situated on a fine gravel ridge and now almost encroached on by the suburban outgrowth of Léognan. The estate produces high-quality reds as well as tiny amounts of Sauvignon Blanc-dominated white wine. The red is a blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot, and 25% Cabernet Franc. The grapes are fermented partly in wooden vats, partly in stainless steel tanks, and then spend up to 15 months in oak barrels, roughly 50% of which are new. The creation of a second wine, La Réserve de Malartic Rouge (previously known as Le Sillage de Malartic), has been a further aid to the qualitative improvement which has been steadily taking place here over the past decade or so. In recent years no more than 60% of the crop goes into the Grand Vin, far less than back in the early 1990s, and testament to the dedication to the highest levels of quality displayed by the new owners. Their red wines are discreetly elegant, well-balanced that can be austere in youth but, with age, develop complexity and a distinct mineral character that is shared by all the great clarets of Pessac-Léognan. The 2011 Malatric Lagraviere has a deep red dress. On the nose ripe red fruits as blackberry and dark plum. On the palate: Almost full-bodied, soft, and round. It melts on your tongue. A marvelous integration of tastes from the dark fruit, tannins, oak, and vanilla.

    2011 Chateau Malartic Lagraviere, Pessac-Leognan

    €77.95
  • 2003 Chateau La Confession Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
    Bordeaux, France
    55% Cabernet Franc and 45% Merlot
    Château La Confession is a Grand Cru estate in St.-Emilion. The seven-acre estate is owned and operated by Jean-Philippe Janoueix. Janoueix is the son of Joseph Janoueix, owner of numerous Bordeaux estates, including Châteaux Haut Sarpe, La Croix and La Croix St. Georges. The Janoueix family has been making wine in Bordeaux since the late 19th century, but Jean-Philippe acquired La Confession only in the late 1990s. 2001 was his debut vintage. He previously was a winemaker at several of the family’s other estates. Château La Confession is planted to 50% Merlot, 45% Cabernet Franc and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon. About 9,000 bottles are produced annually. The second label is Château Barreau. Robert M. Parker Jr. called the 2001 vintage “impressive” and wrote that “judging by the consistently top-flight wines made by Jean-Philippe Janoueix, one can suppose La Confession will maintain high standards and even improve if ever that is possible.” The roasted, smoky flavors, herbs, black fruit, stone are licorice get you wanting to know more about this elegant, It was a year of extremely high temperatures and this wine have a significant scent of plums (yellow ones, mirabelles) and was very attractive. Nice acidity. Round, tasty and enjoyable right now.

    2003 Chateau La Confession Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

    €84.95
  • 2014 L Esprit de Chevalier, Pessac-Léognan, Graves
    Bordeaux, France
    55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot, and 5% Cabernet Franc
    "Subtle fruit and oak, superb hints of Havana and flint, we feel a great depth that we find in a powerful, elegant mouth, with noble tannins, aromas that never cease to lengthen and a freshness guaranteeing great potential." Domaine de Chevalier is one of the few Graves estates to produce both first class reds and whites. The property was purchased by the Ricard family in 1865 and remained in their hands until it was bought by the Bernard distilling company in 1983. Domaine De Chevalier has 35 hectares of vines and red wine accounts for 80% of the production. Made from a blend of 55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot, and 5% Cabernet Franc, the wine is fermented in temperature-controlled, stainless steel vats and then matured in oak barriques (50% new) for 18 months. Domaine de Chevalier is fortunate to have such a fine team to run its affairs. Olivier, whose family business owns the estate, is the outgoing but canny administrator whilst Rémi Edange is hands-on, knowing every vine and every barrel. Whilst their white wines have always been amongst the very finest, the reds were simpler affairs. But from the 1995 vintage, onwards greater flair and concentration were in evidence. The quality curve is now further accentuated by the team's bold move to appoint Stéphane Derenoncourt, of La Mondotte fame, as consultant winemaker. Domaine De Chevalier is classified as a Graves Cru Classé.

    2014 L Esprit de Chevalier, Pessac-Léognan, Graves

    €57.95
  • 2015 Chateau Gazin Hospitalet de Gazin, Pomerol
    Bordeaux, France
    90% Merlot , 7% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3% Cabernet Franc
    Château Gazin is located on the north-eastern part of the Pomerol plateau, between Châteaux Petrus and Lafleur-Gazin, on a terroir of Gunzian gravel with a subsoil of blue and green clay with iron oxides. The vineyard is managed with an environmentally friendly approach: ploughing, organic fertilizers, minimum use of pesticides, and manual harvests. Traditional techniques and modern knowledge are applied in equal measure both in the vineyard and in the winery, to ensure consistent high quality and expression of terroir. After the manual harvest, the grapes are vinified in small concrete tanks before being aged for 18 months in oak barrels. L’hospitalet de Gazin, the second wine of Château Gazin, has been produced since 1986 from the fruit of younger vines. An elegant, supple, charming wine, it can be enjoyed after just a few years in bottle. L’Hospitalet de Gazin, the second wine of Château Gazin, has been produced since 1986 from the fruit of younger vines. An elegant, supple, charming wine, it can be enjoyed after just a few years in bottle. Full ruby color, the nose offers cool, elegant subtly powerful red fruit, rounded and spicy with the lightest touch of creamy oak. The palate is juicily weighted with beautifully extracted flavors, dense but generous, and a fine length.

    2015 Chateau Gazin Hospitalet de Gazin, Pomerol

    €69.95
  • 2014 Les Fiefs de Lagrange, Saint-Julien
    Bordeaux, France
    52% Cabernet Sauvignon, 41%, Merlot and 7% Petit-Verdot
    The 2014 Fiefs de Lagrange is a frank, scrumptious, accessible Saint-Julien, and it has a very aromatic character of delicious, crispy, and intense red berries. The wine is characterized by round tannins, aromas of red and black fruits on his youth and still shows good potential.The attack is unctuous, fruity, and is carried by a smooth, creamy, and elegant structure. This Chateau Lagrange Fiefs de Lagrange 2014 is a success!

    2014 Les Fiefs de Lagrange, Saint-Julien

    €57.95
  • Ampeleia Rosso Costa Toscana IGT Tuscany
    Tuscany, Italy
    100% Cabernet Franc
    Ampeleia (from the Greek word for ‘vine’) is owned by Elisabetta Foradori and Giovani Podini. The winemaker and agronomist, Marco Tait has been with the estate since its inception in 2002. It was founded with Elisabetta’s overarching vision of allowing the true nature of an area, its diversity, its grapes, land and culture to be expressed. The wildness of the southern Maremma, bounded by the Colle Metallifere and the sea were virgin territory, far removed from the glamour of Bolgheri and Montalcino. The estate is large and biodiverse with a total of 40 ha of vineyard interspersed with chestnut and cork oak forests as well as Mediterranean scrub. There are three parts, across differing altitudes, with differing soils and microclimates: Ampeleia di Sopra; di Mezzo and di Sotto.

    Ampeleia Rosso Costa Toscana IGT Tuscany

    €44.95
  • 2006 Chateau Leoville Las Cases Saint Julien
    Bordeaux, France
    11% Cabernet Franc 76% Cabernet Sauvignon 13% Merlot
    Before the three parts of the vast Léoville estate were separated - even before the name Léoville had been applied to this tract of land - wine was being produced here: among the earliest of all vineyards of the Médoc. The vineyard was named Mont-Moytie after its owner, a member of parliament in Bordeaux in the mid-17th century. The next owner, Alexandre de Gascq, expanded the estate to over 300 hectares. And it was he that introduced the name Léoville. After the revolution, the part that became Léoville Barton was sold off, then in 1840, the estate was split again with the eldest son of the owner, Pierre Jean de Lascases, receiving a share that would become Lascases. As the 19th century came to a close, the estate's managing director bought Lascases, subsequently bequeathing his shares to Andre Delon whose family still owns the property today. Lascases neighbors Latour at the far northern end of St Julien. The owners also have Nénin in Pomerol and the Médoc Château Potensac.

    2006 Chateau Leoville Las Cases Saint Julien

    €310.00
  • 2000 Clos de la Vieille Eglise Pomerol
    Bordeaux, France
    70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Franc
    The Trocard family's wine-making heritage can be traced back to 1620. The estate has significantly expanded over the centuries, and is today overseen by Jean-Louis Trocard and his children, who ensure that ancestral tradition and expertise are preserved. In the heart of the Pomerol appellation, grown in clay and gravelley soil (Pomerol's 'golden arc'), the Clos de la Vieille Eglise is aged for over a year and a half in new barrels, lending it dense texture and voluptuous tannins.

    2000 Clos de la Vieille Eglise Pomerol

    €84.95
  • 2008 Chateau Clerc Milon Pauillac
    Bordeaux, France
    70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot, 10% Cabernet franc
    Chateau Clerc Milon is a Fifth Growth estate located in Pauillac in Bordeaux. It was acquired by the owner of Chateau Mouton Rothschild, Baron Philippe de Rothschild, in 1970. Baron Philippe saw the potential in Clerc Milon and its 40 hectare estate. After many modern advancements and improvements since made to the winery and vineyard, Chateau Clerc Milon is a force to be reckoned with and one of the leading estates in Bordeaux.

    2008 Chateau Clerc Milon Pauillac

    €159.95
  • 2010 Chateau Clerc Milon Pauillac
    Bordeaux, France
    50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 44% Merlot, 4% Cabernet Franc, 1% Petit Verdot & 1% Carménère
    Chateau Clerc Milon is a Fifth Growth estate located in Pauillac in Bordeaux. It was acquired by the owner of Chateau Mouton Rothschild, Baron Philippe de Rothschild, in 1970. Baron Philippe saw the potential in Clerc Milon and its 40 hectare estate. After many modern advancements and improvements since made to the winery and vineyard, Chateau Clerc Milon is a force to be reckoned with and one of the leading estates in Bordeaux.

    2010 Chateau Clerc Milon Pauillac

    €165.00
  • 2016 Chateau Cantenac Brown Margaux
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Sauvignon 61%, Merlot 39%
    Château Cantenac Brown is without doubt one of the most original buildings in the Médoc. John-Lewis Brown bought the vineyard in Cantenac at the beginning of the 19th century and built a traditional Tudor style château reminiscent of his Scottish origins. The estate quickly passed out of his family but his name will be forever linked to the château. Today Cantenac Brown has 42 hectares of sustainably cultivated vineyard located in the heart of the Margaux appellation, principally in the southern commune of Cantenac. The Cantenac Brown terroir is made up of gravel which ensures good drainage and Cabernets in particular do well in this soil; producing fine wines with intense bouquets which are suitable for ageing.

    2016 Chateau Cantenac Brown Margaux

    €94.95
  • Milan Nestarec Youngster Red Moravia
    The Czech Republic
    Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Dornfelder, And others (Field blend)
    Milan Nestarec is a young grower based in Moravia, a region in the Czech Republic that lies just 15km from the northern Austrian border. Milan’s father planted the 8 hectares of vines in 2001 across two wine growing municipalities: Moravský Žižkov and Velké Bílovice. This region has a lot in common with Austria, from the loess soils to the grape varieties that flourish here. Milan works with a host of varieties including Riesling, Neuburger, Welschriesling, Pinot Noir and the lesser known Hibernal. The yield is kept low in the vineyards and the focus is always on quality and expressing the full potential of each variety. Milan is a member of the ‘Autentisté’ group - a community of winemakers making authentic wines that strive to express the true character of the land. No herbicides are used in his vineyards and the vines are worked strictly organically. Milan also vinifies everything with indigenous yeasts and bottles without fining or filtration.

    Milan Nestarec Youngster Red Moravia

    €25.95
  • Duo de Conseillante, Pomerol
    Bordeaux, France
    95% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc
    Château La Conseillante is amongst the crème de la crème of Pomerol producers. It can trace its history back to 1735 and has been in the hands of the Nicolas family since 1874. La Conseillante's 13 hectares of vineyards are located on a plateau in eastern Pomerol on the boundary with the St-Emilion appellation. Its vineyards border those of L`Evangile, Petit-Village, Vieux Château-Certan and Cheval Blanc. This 90% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc second wine of Ch. la Conseillante is tight and firm, with good purity of fruit. It is long with an excellent balance of fruit, acidity, and tannin, and wonderful elegance. This is a superb second wine.

    Duo de Conseillante, Pomerol

    €89.95
  • 2003 Chateau Lynch-Bages, Pauillac
    Bordeaux, France
    71% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Merlot, 11% Cabernet Franc, 2% Petit Verdot
    The wine of Chateau Lynch-Bages is part of the lineage of the great Pauillac wines. Blended mostly from Cabernet Sauvignon, it combines structure and finesse, elegance, and longevity. It is further distinguished by its opulence. Generous right from its youth, it develops more flavors and greater complexity as it matures. Manual harvests, rigorous selection, and aging for 12 to 15 months produce wines with superb concentration, rich tannins, and notes of spices and menthol. With time, they develop an exceptional aromatic complexity. Parker : 94 / 100 J. Robinson : 15,5 / 20 Wine Advocate-Parker : A healthy, youthful dark plum/ruby/purple color is followed by a bouquet of smoke, barbecued meats, black currants and new saddle leather. With full body and sweet tannin, this 2003 is strutting its stuff. Although it is not as fine as the 1989, 1990, or 2000, it is a complex, classic Pauillac to enjoy over the next decade.

    2003 Chateau Lynch-Bages, Pauillac

    €299.00
  • 2000 Chateau Latour a Pomerol
    Bordeaux, France
    90% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc.
    In 2000, this was still the property of Lily Lacoste, who also owned Pétrus. Latour à Pomerol was sold in 2001 to a Catholic charity. The management, then and now, is with the Moueix family who make the most of the fabulous vineyard. The 2000 is a hugely opulent, velvet textured wine, but it retains hints of the elegance that is the hallmark of this property. ROGER VOSS

    2000 Chateau Latour a Pomerol

    €369.00
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    Bordeaux, France
    Merlot, Cabernet Franc
    Grapes Merlot 90%, Cab Franc 10% Tasting Note Bright red cherry, raspberry and expressive floral notes from the Cab Franc are some of the signature notes. A wine of precision, tension and energy, exudes class. Hints of white pepper and cranberry add further brightness as the wine gradually opens up. Scores and Awards 92/100 – Robert Parker, Wine Advocate

    2015 Chateau Latour a Pomerol

    €149.95
  • Chateau de Viaud, Lalande-de-Pomerol
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Franc, Merlot
    A bold, radiant red robe and an intense first nose packed with intense red berry aromas. Swirling in the glass reveals subtle spicy accents. Smooth, suave opening on the palate, with great roundness and balance.

    Chateau de Viaud, Lalande-de-Pomerol

    €24.95
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    Bordeaux, France
    38% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot and 17% Cabernet Franc
    A fine wine with tight texture, great richness, and wonderful freshness. On the palate, the wine is pure and powerful, the tannins dense and spicy, and the finish of great depth with glorious aromas.

    2014 Chateau Potensac, Medoc

    €52.95
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