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Chateau Barons de Rothschild

The Rothschild family is renowned for its impeccable production of elegant red Bordeaux wines. This Kosher bottle is full of dark, juicy cassis fruit on the palate, with a note of fresh tobacco on the finish and solid, approachable tannins.

Serving Suggestion :
To be paired with any full-flavoured meat dish such as smoky lamb short ribs or braised lamb shanks.
The wine also goes wonderfully with a hot serving of rich cassoulet on a cold night.
Price £25.99

Chateau Royaumont Lalande de Pomerol

Tasting Note :

Produced from grapes grown in vineyards located in the renowned Lalande de Pomerol sub-region of Bordeaux, this is a fine wine by all accounts. Chateau Royaumont displays a wonderful garnet colored robe and an enticing, complex aroma of blackberry, raspberry, hints of wet earth and spice. With its mouth-filling and smooth texture and its lingering finish, this wine is an ideal companion to red meats and French cheeses.
Serving Suggestion :
To be paired with grilled meats and richly flavoured main courses.
Price £36.99

100 Tropez Côtes de Provence Rosé

Light pink in colour, with on the nose freshly picked strawberries, cherries, minerals and roses. Light in body and very lively, with much of the same on the palate as well as notes of fresh ripe peaches and grapefruit with stoney minerals and notes of zesty red plums with bracing acidity and a very long and refreshing finish.

Price £27.99
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Chateau Tour du Bosquay IDS

Elaborated by Mr Patrick Chancelier, renowed winemaker in Cadarsac, this wine is made in the finest Bordeaux tradition. Adjacent to the Saint-Emilion terroir, its vineyards produce wines filled with roundness, charm and finesse.

The vintage 2016 is among the great vintages since 2009: A marked character and a very fruity nose. Deep red color, ample and boned structure. It has a beautiful volume and offer a long after taste with walls and silky tannins.

Price £24.99
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Chateau Fombrauge Grand Cru 2014

VINIFICATION

Hand harvested in small crates. Sorting on table before and after destemming. Casked into oak vats by gravity. Maceration prior to fermentation. Manual hand-plunging. Run-off into French-oak barrels, 50% of which are new.

COMMENTARY

Sight: Ruby red, with luster and clarity. Smell: Expressive nose of regular complexity, primary notes of red fruits, blackcurrants and cherry. Taste: Appealing, supple and light. The palate is characteristic of its balance: acidity and almost total absence of tannins enhance the impression of roundness. Attractive, elegant and fresh finish.

77% Merlot, 9% Cabernet Sauvignon et 14% Cabernet Franc.

Price £54.99

Chateau haut Peyraguey Sauternes 2014

Vinification

Temperature controlled settling. Alcoholic fermentation in oak barrels (new or one year-old). Racking on a regular basis.

Commentary

Sight: Attractive, intense, radiant gold, with golden, with slight honey hints.

Smell: Intense, complex nose. The seductive candied honey and orange notes emerge first, then secondary aromas of almond, apricot and vanilla appear.

Taste: Smooth, impressively dense flavor, with notes of orange and apricot. Beautiful enduring length. The essence of the grape. This wine is an example of the excellence of Sauternes wines: powerful, structured and elegant, with notes of fruits and intense flowers, with great aging possibilities.

Price £69.99

Chateau Malartic Lagraviere 2014

The Malartic-Lagraviere is evolving into one of the finest wines that the estate has ever produced. It has a more introverted bouquet with dark berry fruit, undergrowth and iodine. With rigorous swirling it still refuses to unfurl. The palate is medium-bodied with very fine tannins. It builds nicely towards a lovely black olive and spice tinged finish that exudes finesse. Superb.

Price £149.98

Chateau Mayne Guyon

Château Mayne Guyon

Is a situated near the town of blaye and its fortress of vauban, classified as a world heritage site by unesco. Today managed by 3 lovers of the terroir of blaye Côtes de Bordeaux , this wine shows attractive balance with juicy and red fruit flavours

Price £19.99

Clos des Lunes Lune d'Argent IDS

Situated on the left bank of the Garonne river, 40km south of Bordeaux, the vineyards of Sauternes are legendary. Reputed the world over, Sauternes possesses no fewer than twenty six 1855 ‘Classified Growths’. It is upon this most ancient terroir, best known for its sweet wines of remarkable quality, that Olivier Bernard decided to write a new chapter, beginning in 2011. Here, with the Domaine de Chevalier team, he expressed a firm commitment to produce some of the finest dry white wines.

The success of this adventure is down to the unique pairing of this remarkable and complex terroir with the team at Domaine de Chevalier’s great expertise in producing fine dry white wines. Clos des Lunes pioneers an innovative revelation in the history of Bordeaux wine. The result is an entirely new wine that possesses modernity but is reassured by tradition - with a deep blue label, a unique bottle shape, a modern cork and a short capsule. A wine that with time proves the sound reasoning behind this quest: “At present no vintage, no single bottle shows the least sign of fatigue. There is still freshness and vivacity. This wine has real energy…”, affirms Olivier Bernard.

The soils that make up the terroir of Sauternes are composed of deep, well-aerated coarse gravel on the high ground, and red clay in Barsac. They lie upon a clay-limestone subsoil into which the old vines spread deep their roots. It is upon this land, which offers remarkable freshness, that Olivier Bernard chose to position Clos des Lunes. The terroir’s wonderful diversity of expression can be witnessed as it is blended into each of the wines. Among other advantages, Clos des Lunes benefits from excellent natural drainage thanks to sloping hills and a ubiquitous underground water network. Together, these two attributes ensure excellent hydric balance, demonstrated by the flourishing high-density vineyard.

Price £44.99
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Chateau Labegorce Margaux 2015

Grand Vin de Bordeaux

38% cabernet sauvignon, 60% merlot and 2% petit verdot

The Labegorce 2015 is among the great vintages possibly the best ever produced: intense in colour, aromas of black fruit, spicy accents, with elegant and silky tannins. A Margaux with lace and built for aging.

Price £87.99
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Chateau Les Grands Chenes 2014

Grand Vin de Bordeaux

Medoc.

Aged for 16 Months.

Located in Saint-Christoly du Medoc, a town that was once famous for its port of international importance, Chateau Les Grands Chenes gives wine that is simultaneously structured and smooth. It is the best expression of the Garonne river gravels.

Regular price £39.99 -£5.00 Price £34.99
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Chateau de Parsac

Tasting Note :

Intense purple color. Fresh raspberry and cherry flavors, together with a soft touch of vanilla and spices make for a very charming aroma, round and soft mouth feel, followed by a medium bodied and yet fleshy sensation, velvety tannins and long fruity finish.
Serving Suggestion :
To be paired with any full-flavoured meat dish such as smoky lamb short ribs or braised lamb shanks.
The wine also goes wonderfully with a hot serving of rich cassoulet on a cold night.
Price £21.99

Chateau Tour du Bosquay IDS 375ML

Elaborated by Mr Patrick Chancelier, renowed winemaker in Cadarsac, this wine is made in the finest Bordeaux tradition. Adjacent to the Saint-Emilion terroir, its vineyards produce wines filled with roundness, charm and finesse.

The vintage 2016 is among the great vintages since 2009: A marked character and a very fruity nose. Deep red color, ample and boned structure. It has a beautiful volume and offer a long after taste with walls and silky tannins.

Tasting Note :
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Price £14.99

Chateau Magrez - Fombrauge Blanc 2014

Vinification

Harvest in small crates. Sorting in the vineyard. Slow direct pressing with a pneumatic press. Cold settling for 24 hours. Cold stabilization for 5 days. Part of the alcoholic fermentation in an egg-shaped tank, the other part in new oak barrels at 16-20° C for about 15 days. Aging on fine lees for 8-10 months with stirring of the lees once or twice a week. No filtration until bottling.

Commentary

Full-bodied, full-flavored power. A floral nose with toasted notes and a slight bitterness.

Price £49.99

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