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Domaine Bitouzet Prieur Meursault Charmes 1er Cru, 2015A beautifully distinct wine from Burgundy, with a refreshing character that hints at minerals and lemon. As a partner for poultry and cream based pasta dishes it is quite outstanding. Learn More
Domaine George Lignier Clos St Denis Grand Cru, 2010Stunning red colour. Incredibly complex bouquet which is powerful yet well balanced. Ideal with roast meats. Learn More£87.00Out of stock.
Chateau Vray Croix de Gay, Pomerol, 2011
Chateau Vray Croix de Gay is a precise and well-honed wine that in many vintages passes unnoticed by the wide majority of Pomerol buyers, which is unusual as its consistent poise and balance, and proximity to esteemed neighbours Châteaux Lafleur, Hosanna and Lafleur-Pétrus make it a very impressive prospect.
"Earth, chocolate and dark cherry with supple textures and good concentration on ripe, sweet black plums in the finish." The Cellar Insider (2011 vintage)
Wine Advocate-Parker :
The 2011's deep ruby/purple color is accompanied by hints of plum sauce, soy, black currants, black cherries, smoke and new barrique notes. The wine has loads of flavor, a corpulent, fruit-driven style, and lots of potential. It should drink easily for 10-12+ years.£95.00
Chateau de Ferrand Saint Emilion Grand Cru '06 Magnum, 2006
The wines from the Saint-Emilion area in Bordeaux are appreciated by lovers worldwide for their finesse and elegance. On the calcareous clay soils of this domain the Merlot grape dominates, which is supplemented by a small proportion of Cabernet Franc grapes in Cuvée. The Lambert family attaches great importance to a careful, traditional ageing in oak barrels (about 18-24 months), so their wines never show an intrusive or superficial "wood tone".
The 2006 vintage presents itself full-bodied and rich, a supple red wine with a rich bouquet of blackcurrant, ripe strawberries backed by fine, spicy aromas. The initial taste on the palate offers a firm but supple backbone, predominated by fruitiness, with tight, flavoursome tannins. The finish benefits from splendid, long-lasting aromas. An interesting fact about this Grand Cru wine, it is from the estate of the late Baron Bich - of Bic pens fame. Also, Chateau Ferrand is only sold when ready for drinking yet, while it is drinking well now it could mature further.Learn More£95.00Out of stock.
Corton-Bressandes Grand Cru, Edmond Cornu & Fils, 2015
If you ever needed a reason why Corton is a Grand Cru then this is it. Excellent colour with aromas of black and red fruits, evolving towards aromas of undergrowth as they age.Broad on the palate, smooth yet solid with sweet tannins. Drinking very well now but with a structure and depth that will reward many years of cellaring.Learn More£100.00
Chateau Climens 1er Cru Barsac Sauternes, 2006
Should there be a perfect Barsac, this might be it! Liquid Gold is extracted from fragrant vines (100% Semillon) located on a floor made of a thin layer of sand and ferruginous clay making an exquisitely juicy, intense and fresh wine.
"Opulent apricot nose. Plump and robust, with rich mandarin fruit. A long, spicy finish." Decanter Magazine£135.00
Clos De La Roche Grand Cru, Georges Lignier & Fils, 2012
Clos De La Roche grand cru is often the most robust of the wines from the terroirs of Morey-Saint-Denis which gives it a more rustic side in the tannins and allows it to age more than others. It has a very fruity bouquet with notes of cherries, violets and a touch of nuttiness. The best vintages will age for up to 25 years later without any trouble, even if a small deposit always forms with the years.Learn More£145.00
Domaine George Lignier Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru, 2011Developed nose of redcurrants and black cherry with notes of charred oak - delicate and mature but not tired. Medium bodied with rich, spicy blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar flavours; wonderful citrus acidity; great length and a peppery, tangy oak finish. Learn More£150.00Out of stock.