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  • Haut-Bages Liberal, Pauillac

    This is the first wine of Haut Bages Libéral, named after the site of the château on top of the small Bages plateau and the Libéral family who were the negociants that helped establish the reputation that made it a classed growth. 

    In the mouth, black fruits flavours dominate (blackcurrant, blackberries). The tannins are ripe and this vintage has a light density that makes it excellent to drink now.

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  • Domaine Pierre Gaillard Cote Rotie

    Very pure blackberry, mineral nose with great purity and definition. The palate is equally pure with black peppery fruits, meaty and roasted herbs. More of an elegant Cote-Rotie than an explosive one. Learn More
  • Chateau Simone Palette Rouge

    Hand harvested and destemmed grapes undergo a 15 day cuvaison in large old Hungarian oak barrels of various sizes. After a year in wood, the wine is put into smaller standard casks for a further year before fining and bottling. A deep ruby with subtle aromas and great complexity: structured. Rich in noble tannins, this wine features a juicy texture. Learn More
  • Margaux, Chateau Durfort Vivens 2ieme Cru Classe

    Château Durfort-Vivens is another vineyard owned by the prolific Lurton family, who have initiated a mini-renaissance since Gonzague Lurton took over at the helm. This 2ème Cru Classé Margaux property uses a greater proportion of Cabernet Sauvignon in the final blend – the highest percentage of any wine in the southern Médoc. This gives their wine classic blackcurrant and cassis characteristics with great structure.

    The 2012 is intense and complex on the nose with cherry, redcurrants and a hint of spices. As the classification suggests, this wine has all the elegance and finesse you can expect of one of the greatest wines of Margaux, with a silky texture, charming tannins and a wonderful mineral freshness.

    "Beautifully soft tannins for a three year old Margaux, showing juicy cassis fruits and touches of blackberry leaf, with liquorice and gentle spicing. The tannins close in on the finish, showing that in fact this has a long life ahead of it." Drink 2022-2036 (2014 vintage) Decanter Magazine 2017 Bordeaux Guide

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  • Domaine Jean Chauvenet Vosne Romanee

    Vosne Romanee wines are pure elegance and this is no exception. A soft structure with subtle tannins and a hint of acidity. Aromas of wild cherry, leather, nutmeg and black truffle. Vosne wines reach their peak between 5 and 7 years but they can keep up to 15 years depending on the vintage. Goes well with game, red meats, mushrooms and well ripened cheese. Learn More

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