Bordeaux

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  • Mixed-Case-Bordeaux-Trio -

    Mixed Case – Bordeaux Trio

    The Bordeaux Trio case offers a selection representing the dry styles of wine found in the appellation. Bordeaux has always been known for its stellar reds, but also has some exceptional dry white wines and more recently, is gaining a reputation for delicious rosé. Try them all in this intriguing mixed case.

    $38.95
  • Chateau Barrabaque Canon Fronsac 2017

    Chateau Barrabaque Cuvée Antoine is a blend of 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon sourced from vines with an average age of 35 years old. The grapes are harvested by hand and there is a double sorting at the Chateau prior to destemming the grapes. The grapes undergo a period of cold maceration followed by temperature regulated fermentation in cement vat. The wine is then aged for 12 to 15 months in second and third fill barrels. The nose is fruity and powerful revealing notes of cassis blackberry, violets and a touch of sweet spices. On the palate this wine expresses notes of blackberry jam, raspberry along with a touch of cassis, liquorice and toasted oak. Tannins are fine, elegant and slightly firm. Good length,great cellaring potential.

    $27.95
  • Chateau-Beauregard-Ducasse-Graves-Blanc

    Chateau Beauregard Ducasse Graves Blanc 2021

    A blend of equal parts Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc, the 2021 Château Beauregard Ducasse Graves is a wonderfully fresh and fruity dry white wine that displays aromas of white flowers, pineapple, peach and tangerine from the Sauvignon. The Semillon gives the wine a terrific roundness and intensity in the mouth, providing hints of honey, lemon and almond notes on the lingering finish. While very pleasant now, this wine will gain added complexity with short term cellaring.

    $31.95
  • Chateau-Bonalgue--Pomerol

    Chateau Bonalgue Pomerol 2019

    The 2019 Bonalgue is a juicy, supple Pomerol to drink over the near term. The richness of the year comes through in the wine’s dark flavor profile and overall intensity. Succulent black cherry, spice, licorice and new leather add to a feeling of gravitas.

    $89.95
  • Chateau-Du-Courlat-Cuvee-Jean-Baptiste

    Chateau Du Courlat Cuvee Jean-Baptiste 2016

    This 100% Merlot is crafted from a selection of the estate’s best grapes grown on clay-loam soils. In terms of vinification, the grapes undergo an extended maceration on the skins for about 30 days. The wine is then matured in fine grained French oak barrels 30% new) for 15 months. The result – a very rich and plush wine on the palate, it displays complex aromas of plum, blackberry and Asian spice notes. Drinking very nicely now, it has a bright future ahead of it.

    $46.95
  • Chateau-Du-Courlat-Rose

    Chateau Du Courlat Rose 2021

    The pale pink colour belays a wine characterized by notes of strawberry, raspberry and rose petals with hints of lemon, white flowers, lychee and a subtle vanilla note from the oak barrels. We were impressed with the full and rounded mouthfeel of this rosé showing great balance, finesse and intensity. It would be a superb companion to your next backyard party, picnic lunch or BBQ.

    $34.95
  • Chateau Les Barraillots Margaux 2016

    Chateau Les Barraillots Margaux 2017

    Chateau Les Barraillots is the last small wine producer in the village of Margaux and one of only a few “Crus Artisans” in the Margaux appellation. The vineyard was purchased from Palmer and Durfort in 1928 and 1933. It is situated among the highest elevations in the commune and the soil type is permeable gravel. The modest house and winery are a quarter of a mile away, on the outskirts of town. The Martin family used to raise dairy cows there, not only for the income derived from the milk, but also for the manure used in the vineyard. Yannick Martin, who took over from his father in 2014, still uses exclusively cow manure as fertilizer, today, though the cattle are gone from the property.

    $48.95
  • Chateau-Les-Vieux-Ormes-Lalande-de-Pomerol

    Chateau Les Vieux Ormes Lalande de Pomerol 2019

    Lalande de Pomerol is an emerging satellite to the more famous Pomerol. Once considered the poor cousin to Pomerol, Lalande has garnered considerable attention over the past 20 years. A small stream, the Barbanne, is all that separates the two zones, yet many of the vineyards within Lalande share the same geology with Pomerol.

    $32.95

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