Chateau Queyssard Bordeaux Superieur, 2016
The first wine from Chateau Queyssard is a typical Bordeaux blend with the soft and round qualities of Merlot, spice and fruitiness from Cabernet Franc and structure and density from Cabernet Sauvignon. With a history dating back to 1890 this family owned Chateau has gone through many changes throughout the years, from a focus on fruit production (pears, apples, plums) and cattle farming, to 1998 when all 48 acres were planted with vines. Now, after updating the cellars the farm abides by the rules of 'agriculture raisonnee' which protects the land, keeping it healthy and as free of pesticides as possible.
This classic Bordeaux draws you in with its beautiful colour and tempting aromas of red fruits. On the palate it is silky and structured with red fruit notes and balanced tannin. Well suited to steak, steak tartare, lamb, duck breast dishes and while it's drinking well now, it has potential to age well for another 5 years.Learn More
Chateau Haut Philippon, Bordeaux Superieur, 2015The dominance of Merlot in this blend leaves its mark on this wine, as evidenced by the garnet colour and intense, brilliant and generous fruity nose of strawberry, raspberry and blackcurrant . A fleshy and concentrated liquid coats the palate and leaves behind a pleasant lingering finish. Learn More
Chateau Baratet Bordeaux Superieur, 2016
A complex and highly structured Bordeaux Superieur, blended with Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc grape varieties. Glowing with the depth of ripe red fruit and black plum, notes of toasted oak, vanilla and liquorice shine at the finish. Delicious with beef, veal and vegetable fishes. Best opened 30 minutes before serving. Certified OrganicLearn More
Bordeaux Superieur, Domaine Courteillac, 2012
Be suprised by this wines sheer quality and finesse and how very drinkable and approachable it is. Fruity and open with lovely soft tannins. Great value! Made from 70% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon.Learn More