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  • Offer 2020 Entre Deux Mers, Château LestrilleWhite Wine

    2020 Entre Deux Mers, Château Lestrille

    £995 33% saving

    A fantastic blend bringing intense aromas of citrus, lime and pear on the nose and unveiling an expressive mineral character on the palate. This wine is lively with good length and shows remarkable balance.

    Château Lestrille holds the Haute Valeur Environmentale (HVE) certification, which officially recognises the environmental performance of winegrowers, including biodiversity conservation, plant protection strategies, managed fertiliser use and water resource management. The vineyard is cultivated using sustainable methods and reducing the amount of chemicals used in order to respect the land and its environment. The soils are predominantly clay and limestone, which produce elegant wines.

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  • 2018 Chateau FayauRed Wine

    2018 Chateau Fayau

    £1350

    This fantastically modern and versatile Bordeaux has delicate aromas of crunchy blackcurrant leading to a rounded palate with supple tannins and pleasant aromatic freshness.

    The south-facing vineyards are situated on the slopes of Cadillac.  Importantly in the modern eco-conscious world Chateau Fayau holds the Haute Valeur Environmentale certification, which officially recognises the environmental performance of winegrowers, including biodiversity conservation, plant protection strategies, managed fertiliser use and water resource management.

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  • 2020 Château Bellecroix, Bordeaux SuperiorRed Wine

    2020 Château Bellecroix, Bordeaux Superior

    £1395

    Château Bellecroix has a long and rich history dating back to the late 1800s. It was purchased in the 1970s by the owner of Château Haut Calens, Albert Yung. Albert has since embarked upon a programme of modernising the entire estate, replanting the vineyards and rebuilding the winery and cellars. Located on the right bank of the Garonne, the clay and gravel soils are ideal for growing Merlot and Cabernet. The 35 acres of vines average 25 years of age and yield healthy, richly flavoured grapes. This wine from the superb 2020 vintage is a blend of 60% Merlot and 40% Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s a silky-textured, medium-bodied Bordeaux with blackcurrants, black cherry, violets and a hint of cedar box. Finely balanced by lively acidity and smooth tannins.

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  • 2016 Petit Védrines Sauternes, Chateau Doisy Védrines – Half BottleDessert Wine, Port & Dessert Wine

    2016 Petit Védrines Sauternes, Chateau Doisy Védrines – Half Bottle

    £1495

    Sauternes is the world’s most celebrated dessert wine and Doisy Védrines is one of the best. Despite lying next door to Premiers Crus Châteaux Climens and Coutet, it remains under the radar. This is their magnificent, affordable second wine.

    Golden in colour, the nose shows caramelised citrus, orange marmalade and honeysuckle. Sweet, but not cloying, there are lovely botrytis flavours intermingled with orange and lime peel and fresh citrus acidity on the generous finish.

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  • 2020 Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon, Chateau Haut-GrelotRed Wine

    2020 Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon, Chateau Haut-Grelot

    £1495

    This classic everyday drinking Bordeaux offers rich damson fruit with hints of cocoa on the nose and palate. The supple tannins support an elegant and youthful character, balanced acidity, and a warm lingering finish.

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  • 2019 Chateau Le GorceRed Wine

    2019 Chateau Le Gorce

    £2100

    This classic Médoc blend of 55% Merlot and 45% Cabernet Sauvignon is exceptional for the price. Fruity, fresh, with hints of pulpy raspberry, crunchy cherry, subtle violet, toast, vanilla, and a touch of chocolate. Fresh, mineral, well-balanced, with juicy cherry, crunchy redcurrant, blackcurrant, fresh flowers, and a touch of liquorice. Mellow tannins and good length.

    Only the best grapes selected from the oldest vines make it into the Cru, which is then aged for 12-18 months in oak.

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  • 2016 Chateau LucasRed Wine

    2016 Chateau Lucas

    £2200

    The area of Lussac is an up and coming satellite appellation of the renowned Saint Emilion region on the the Right Bank of Bordeaux. There is no doubt that one of Lussac’s most prized properties is Château Lucas, owned by the Vauthier family of Château Ausone fame. From just 18 hectares of vines, three cuvée are produced. The top wine, aptly called Château Lucas, is produced from a 12-hectare vineyard, comprising equal parts Merlot and Cabernet Franc. While so much of the Right Bank focuses on Merlot, the high percentage of Cabernet Franc brings a polished lift to the cuvée, vintage in and vintage out.

    In the glass it opens with aromatics of raspberry and blackcurrant interlaced with plum and vanilla notes.  The palate is round and balanced with flavours of earthy spices, tobacco and blackcurrants that lead into a sustained finish.

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  • 2018 Chateau de Carles, FronsacRed Wine

    2018 Chateau de Carles, Fronsac

    £2250

    Château de Carles is a deep and flamboyant Fronsac wine.  Silky on the palate and enveloped in tannins as delicate as they are melted, this wine draws the contours of a resolutely modern Fronsac. It is built around a deep, clean and generous fruit.
    With a price-pleasure ratio at the top of Bordeaux, it is ready to drink immediately but it can also stay in the cellar for a generation.

    A perfect wine for lean cuts of grilled beef and lamb chops.

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  • 2015 Chateau Preuillac, MedocRed Wine

    2015 Chateau Preuillac, Medoc

    £2500

    A fine, elegant wine with plump red berried fruit and delicate hints of oak spice. Smooth and supple on the palate, with fine tannins and a long, persistent finish.

    Château Preuillac is located in the heart of the Médoc. The vineyard covers 30 hectares on a single site. The soils vary with 50% of the vineyard being clay, limestone, and gravel soils; 25% gravel soils, and 25% sandy-gravel. The average age of the vines is 40 years. The vineyard is managed according to the principles of ‘la lutte raisonnée’, or sustainable viticulture. Much of the work in the vineyard is done by hand to optimise the quality of the harvest.

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  • 2016 Le Secret de Lestrille Bordeaux Superieur, Château LestrilleRed Wine

    2016 Le Secret de Lestrille Bordeaux Superieur, Château Lestrille

    £2550

    Opulent, “Worthy of a grand cru”, according to the Hachette Guide, this pure Merlot is aged in new barrels, a glass of rich, powerful wine with a beautiful balance between roasted aromas and intense black fruit flavours. With velvety tannins and well-integrated oak, the dark berry flavours are complemented by hints of cigar box and a smooth, elegant finish.

    2016 has been lauded as an excellent and classic vintage in Bordeaux and this wine certainly lives up to the hype.

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  • 2015 Les Allées de Cantemerle, Château CantemerleRed Wine

    2015 Les Allées de Cantemerle, Château Cantemerle

    £2700

    A traditional and deeply coloured Bordeaux, with a delicate, elegant bouquet of blackcurrant and tobacco through to a smooth, silky palate with a touch of raspberry on the finish.  This second wine of Château Cantemerle comes mainly from the Château’s young vines and is produced in the same way as its elder brother. Les Allées de Cantemerle has the same great personality as the Grand Vin, but is ready to drink earlier.

    Situated in the Haut-Médoc, the Château de Cantermerle vineyard covers 91 hectares of vines. The soils are silica-gravel, which are a result of a thousand-year-old erosion of the Pyrenees by the River Garonne and form one of the fundamental elements of this quality vineyard. The soils are poor in nutrients, so the vines ‘struggle’, resulting in grapes with a high concentration of flavour. In addition, the small pebbles in the soil provide a filter and contribute to the grape’s maturity by reflecting the sun’s rays during the day and retaining the heat during the cooler nights. The vines have an average age of 30 years.

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  • 2010 Chateau Puy GuilhemRed Wine

    2010 Chateau Puy Guilhem

    £2895

    2009 is widely cited as an outstanding vintage. The growing season was almost perfect, with a long, fine, warm summer and crucially, cooler nights which helped to retain balancing acidity. The wines are intensely ripe and rich.  This 2009 Chateau Puy Guilhem is a powerful yet elegant red with ripe berried fruits enhanced by a subtle note of oak spice. Full-bodied, with juicy fruit and an attractive savoury note on the finish.

    The appellation of Fronsac is on the right bank close to Saint Emilion. The wines are dominated by Merlot. Château Puyguilhem’s vineyard is situated in an elevated position of the appellation, atop high-quality soil composed of a mix of clay and silt, which imparts structure to the wine. The vineyard is managed sustainably without the use of herbicides. Cover crops of grass are grown between the vines and managed with light tilling.

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  • 2015 Marquis de Mons, Chateau La Tour de MonsRed Wine

    2015 Marquis de Mons, Chateau La Tour de Mons

    £3200

    A prestigious property in the Margaux appellation, Château la Tour de Mons has been part of the Médoc landscape since the 13th century and since 2012 it has belonged to the portfolio of the Grands Crus Châteaux and benefits from the advice of the famous oenologist Éric Boissenot.

    Marquis de Mons is 2nd wine from this chateau and this offering comes from spectacularly generous and supple 2015 vintage.  Aromas of refined mulberry, cassis and fresh tobacco with a touch of roasted meat around the edges, alongside a hint well-handled oak. Medium-full bodied with lovely balance and impressive concentration, finishing with soft, satisfying broad-grained tannins.

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  • 2012 Initial de Desmirail, MargauxRed Wine

    2012 Initial de Desmirail, Margaux

    £3395

    A real purity of fruit is showcased in this elegant Margaux, with an abundance of blackcurrant, black cherry and fruits of the forest, complemented by subtle hints of cedar, toast and cinnamon. Elegant with silky tannins, it is perfectly balanced through to a lingering finish.

    The vineyard is located around the town of Cantenac, neighbouring Château Palmer and Cantenac Brown. Bordeaux enjoys a maritime climate, influenced by the sea, with warm summers and cool winters. The soils are made up of Margaux’s renowned free-draining gravel which contributes to the rich style of wine imbued with finesse and elegance. The vines are trained according to a Double Guyot trellising system and are green harvested in order to concentrate the flavours in the remaining fruit. The grapes are carefully selected and harvested by hand when they have reached optimum maturity.

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  • 2018 Chateau Carbonnieux Blanc Grand Cru ClasseWhite Wine

    2018 Chateau Carbonnieux Blanc Grand Cru Classe

    £3500

    Château Carbonnieux white is a legendary wine. It is said that in the 18th century, it was introduced to the Sultan of Constantinople’s palace because of its clarity and was called “mineral water from Carbonnieux”, thus defying Islamic law.
    The clay–limestone of Garonne gravel found in the Pessac-Léognan Appellation certainly produces the best dry white wines in the Bordeaux region. When young, Carbonnieux white wines are delightfully refreshing and pure with a fruity, floral intensity. When mature, they develop hints of dried and candied fruits.

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