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Chateau de Ferrand Saint Emilion Grand Cru '06 Magnum
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
Chateau Climens 1er Cru Barsac Sauternes
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
Domaine George Lignier Charmes Chambertin Grand CruDeveloped 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