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  • 2018 Château Bellecroix, Bordeaux SuperieurRed Wine

    2018 Château Bellecroix, Bordeaux Superieur

    £1095

    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 2015 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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  • 2018 Château des Antonins Bordeaux SupérieurRed Wine

    2018 Château des Antonins Bordeaux Supérieur

    £1295

    The 2016 vintage saw almost perfect conditions in Bordeaux, with hot summer days and cool nights, allowing the fruit to ripen evenly while maintaining acidity.  In the glass this wine has a deep ruby-red colour, leading to an inviting bouquet of red plum, black cherry and blackcurrant, with hints of spice. The palate is concentrated and supple, with smooth tannins and layers of bright red fruit.

    Château des Antonins is located on the left bank of the Garonne, south of Graves. The red varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc are planted on clay gravel soils, producing wines with powerful and pure fruit concentration.  All of the vineyards are managed sustainably and with the use of cover crops to avoid erosion and aerate the soils.

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  • 2018 Chateau FayauRed Wine

    2018 Chateau Fayau

    £1350

    This is a very good drinking Bordeaux from the excellent 2018 vintage. Although initially challenging the balance of sun and rain at the right times resulted in wines that are intensely rich, deep with balancing acidity and a fresh, fruity appeal.  Of which this Chateau Fayau 2018 offering is a great example – delicate aromas of crunchy blackcurrant lead to a rounded palate, with supple tannins and aromatic freshness. Fantastically modern and versatile Bordeaux.

    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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  • 2018 Chateau Mayne MazerollesRed Wine

    2018 Chateau Mayne Mazerolles

    £1395

    An elegant, black-fruited wine with discreet notes of spicy, vanilla oak and wild sage. Opulent and textured with fine, smooth tannins and blackberry flavours that linger on the persistent finish.

    The Château is located in the town of Cars, in the appellation of Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux. The vineyard is made up of south-facing plots on a plateau with clay-limestone soils and a terroir known locally as “gruppes”, which is formed of small, white pebbles. The vineyard is cultivated according to traditional and sustainable viticulture practices, with an emphasis on respecting the soil, the environment and the vine.  The soil under the vines is scattered with oats or barley to produce a green manure; insecticides are not used. The vineyard is in conversion to organic.

     

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  • 2015 Lune d’Argent, Clos des LunesWhite Wine

    2015 Lune d’Argent, Clos des Lunes

    £1495

    Located in Sauternes, on one of the greatest white wine terroirs in France. This wine has an enamouring yellow colour, with green reflections. The nose is aromatically complex revealing fragrances of exotic white fruits, citrus aromas and subtle floral notes. The nose is the perfect antecedent to what is tasted. There are touches of fresh lemons and exotic fruits (mangoes, lychees). The salinity of Lune d’Argent 2015 is noticed thanks to the finish. This wine is a clever companionship between the concentration of white fruits flavours and a refreshing minerality.  An incredible wine for the money.

     

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  • 2020 Entre Deux Mers, Château LestrilleWhite Wine

    2020 Entre Deux Mers, Château Lestrille

    £1495

    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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  • 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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  • 2017 Le Dauphin d’Olivier Blanc, Château OlivierWhite Wine

    2017 Le Dauphin d’Olivier Blanc, Château Olivier

    £1650

    Le Dauphin d’Olivier Blanc is the second label of the Château’s white wine, though it drinks better than many Châteaux’s Grand Vin!  Hailing from the same vineyard as its elder, Château Olivier Grand Cru Classé de Graves. It is grown and vinified by the same team.

    The nose is expressive with aromas of orange peel and tangerine and a mineral tone wafts from the glass.   The palate is long and unctuous with pastry and quince.  The attack is lively, Semillon brings roundness to the mid-palate.   A lovely saline minerality is present which counterbalances the ripe tropical fruit flavours, rounded out with a slightly creamy texture that brilliantly plays off the refreshing acidity.

     

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  • 2013 Château La Fleur Grands-LandesRed Wine

    2013 Château La Fleur Grands-Landes

    £1695

    This is a wonderful, smooth, plum-scented claret, with wonderful spice, herbal notes and earthy hints. A beautifully balanced wine with silky tannins and a light finish.  Like a fine Saint-Emilion, but at a fraction of the price, this creation is a credit to winemaker Isabelle Fort. The wine is made from 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet, with a delicious touch of oak.

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  • 2014 Bordeaux Supérieur, Château Lestrille CapmartinRed Wine

    2014 Bordeaux Supérieur, Château Lestrille Capmartin

    £1775

    A medium-bodied Bordeaux showing concentrated fruit aromas backed by delicate woody notes. In the mouth is has good freshness, while the structure shows high-quality tannins. Nicely balanced, velvety and powerful.  The vines are cultivated according to “la lutte raisonnée”, using sustainable agricultural methods and reducing the amount of chemicals in order to respect the land and its environment. The vines are grown in clay and silt soils.

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  • 2019 Capmartin Bordeaux Blanc, Château LestrilleWhite Wine

    2019 Capmartin Bordeaux Blanc, Château Lestrille

    £1795

    A smooth, ripe wine bursting with white peach flavours and superb lemon freshness. Concentrated apricot flavours on the palate are generously kissed by spicy wood and the palate finishes with a long rich, toasty note. A classy and elegant white Bordeaux.

    The vineyards are cultivated according to “la lutte raisonnée”, using sustainable agriculture methods, reducing the use of chemicals in order to respect the land and its environment. The soils in the vineyard have a high clay and silt content.

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  • 2015 Le Dauphin d’Olivier Blanc, Château OlivierWhite Wine

    2015 Le Dauphin d’Olivier Blanc, Château Olivier

    £1850

    Le Dauphin d’Olivier Blanc is the second label of the Château’s white wine, though it drinks better than many Châteaux’s Grand Vin! Made with the same attention to detail as the Château Oliver Blanc. In the glass, the wine displays a lovely pale lemon colour with green reflections. On the nose, intense aromas of guava, peach and a flinty mineral tone explode from the glass with a touch of oak spice. The palate is lively and generous with a smoky, saline minerality to counterbalance the ripe tropical fruit flavours, rounded out with a slightly creamy texture that brilliantly plays off the refreshing acidity.

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  • 2015 Le Dauphin d’Olivier Rouge, Château OlivierRed Wine

    2015 Le Dauphin d’Olivier Rouge, Château Olivier

    £1950

    This is the 2nd wine of Château Olivier one of Bordeaux oldest Châteaux.   It is born on the same vineyard, raised and vinified by Chateau Olivier’s team. Le Dauphin d’Olivier is reminiscent of its older sibling by its balance and finesse, typical of Bordeaux’s “grand vins”.  The 2015 is an excellent forward drinking vintage and this wine typifies that style and is utterly delicious now.  In your glass, it is ruby red leading to a nose that is initially smoked but develops aromas of red fruits, blackcurrants and minerals. The attack is precise and the mouth is long and intense. The wine combines aromatic and tannic richness perfectly.

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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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  • 2016 Sauternes, Château Laville – 375mlDessert Wine, Port & Dessert Wine

    2016 Sauternes, Château Laville – 375ml

    £2295

    Château Laville is owned by Jean-Christophe Barbe and his family. Jean-Christophe’s particular area of expertise as an oenology professor at the University of Bordeaux is ‘noble rot’ which, as a producer of Sauternes, he has had plenty of opportunities to study first-hand.

    This 2016 vintage is a bright, golden wine that opens with intense aromas of fresh citrus notes and hints of candied fruits. Rich and layered on the palate, it is expressive with orange blossom, dried figs and sweet spices. The finish is remarkably fresh and long.

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