Chateau Valiniere Blanc is a great example of the quality available from relatively inexpensive whites from Bordeaux, especially form the Graves region, south of Bordeaux city. In fact some of the worlds finest white wines are made in this region, made from a Sauvignon Blanc/Semillon blend - fresh balanced wines with good minerality.
This second wine of the ever improving Chateau Lynch Moussas, offers smoky tabacco aromas a generously textured palate, and a really impressive length. This is classified as Haut Medoc but the stylistic Pauillac vineyard characteristics are evident.
Unlike its big brother in Pauillac, the second wine of Chateau Lynch Moussas is produced from vineyards in Haut-Medoc. Fresh red and black fruit aromas fill the glass with a touch of spice. Everyday claret!
Fourcas Dupre 2009 is now beginning to open up and show the evocative style of the 2009 vintage really well. It is still an infant mind, with ten years life ahead. The smoky coffe bean flavours are starting to emerge. Medium to full bodied ideal with full flavoured and savoury dishes.
Owned and run by the Lafon family since 1903, Chateau Tour St Bonnet is spread across 40 hectares with an average vine age of 35 years old. The estate is known for producing elegant and intense wines with dark fruit driven flavours. The 2006 is no exception, aged for around 18 months in oak foudres which gives a more subtle flavour than the commonly used barriques, there are notes of dried plum and pencil shavings on the nose with dominant dark fruits on the palate - theres a definite savoury note here. This is a great wine to serve alongside a meal, try it with a roast beef dinner.
This is a full bodied wine from Chateau Saint Paul, deep red in colour with a good level of acidity and red fruits on the palate. The savoury notes here make it an ideal match for a joint of beef or perhaps a piece of venison. A top quality wine at a great price.
Clear flavours of black cherry and cassis, followed by gentle spices in this medium weight Bordeaux red. Awards: Gold Medal:Gilbert and Gaillard Three Stars: Decanter Magazine 2011
A deliciously approachable wine from this excellent value Cru Bourgeois producer. The nose shows plenty of red fruit and subtle oak. On the palate, red currants and sweet spice with rounded tannins. Drinking well now (November 2018)
The Cuvée Prestige is the result of a strictly-controlled maturing process, in barrels made of oak from the Tronçais forest, which contribute harmoniously to its complexity. Vinification: Bordelaise traditional. Time in vat: Maceration (with skin and seeds) 2 to 3 weeks. Time in oak barrel: 9 months. Grape Variety: 60% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvigon, 20% Cabernet Franc. A…
Chateau Reynon is one of the best known estates in the Premieres Cotes appellation. This notariety extends to its owners the Dubordieu family, who are amongst the most respected in the region. Chateau Reynon Rouge 2009 (quoted as the best Reynon Rouge ever by wine critic Stephen Tanzer), is a hedonistic treat! Comprised of 80% merlot, 10% cabernet sauvignon and 10% petit verdot…
Fabien Vincent certainly gets the best out of his land, in Red, White and Rose. This second tier, in terms of quality, white bordeaux is made from 100% Sauvignon Blanc, on soil which reminds Fabien of that in Sancerre, and certainly there are similarities in the wine too. This is touch stricter than the entry level Bordeaux white, with a streamlined precision, it is dry, but …
Le Grand Rossignol is produced from 100% Merlot grapes from a single seven acre plot. It should be enjoyed along with red meat or duck and decanted before serving.
This unoaked Bordeaux Sauvignon has to be one of the best value wines in our portfolio, its fresh green fruit aromas and notes are very refreshing, and the flavours linger very well.
Chateau Rieussec is synonomous with great sweet wines; now part of the Chateau Lafite stable, continued investment has been guaranteed and the wines continue to impress. The 2008 vintage in Sauternes was very good if not exceptional, as it was in 2007.. the growing seasons of 2007 and 2008, there is a significant difference between the resulting wines, for tangibly the 2008s do…
The Vieilles Vignes cuvee is produced from 33 hectares of low yielding vines with an average age of 70 years. This wine carries a great deal of aromatic complexity; lots of dark fruit, warm spices and some tobacco. The acidity and tannic structure suggest that a few more years of rest would perfect this feast for the senses.
Rieussec is one of the top producers of Sauternes in the world, creating many memorable and delicious vintages. Carmes De Rieussec is the second wine from the Chateau, and tends to have aromatic flavours with a focus on citrus notes. The 2012 offers aromas of apricot, citrus and pineapple, combined with a concentrated fruity palate. The finish is long with honeysuckle and cleme…
Baron Carl is one of the five Barons et Baronnes de Rothschild who have been honoured by the Baron Philippe de Rothschild company in this range of labels. Baron Carls wine represents Saint-Emilion with a blend measuring 82% Merlot, 18% Cabernet Franc and matured in oak. After several years in the bottle, this wine offers a mature drinking experience at a brilliant price!
Legende R is from the collection of wine from Domaine Baron de Rotschild (Lafite).
It is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot from Bordeaux vineyard. The wine has spent 9 months in oak barrel.
Baron Henri is one of the five Barons et Baronnes de Rothschild who have been honoured by the Baron Philippe de Rothschild company in this range of labels. Baron Henris wine represents the Medoc with a blend measuring 70% Cabernet Sauvignon and 30% Merlot, matured in oak. After several years in the bottle, this wine offers a mature drinking experience at a brilliant price!
Chateau Haut Maco has 54 hectare of vineyards in Cotes de Bourg. This appelation is situated at the north of Bordeaux on the left bank of the Garonne river.
The estate is run from Mallet family since 4 generation
Annual production is 35 000 bottles for the Cuvee Jean Bernard.
Blend: 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon
Ageing in French oak barrel between 10 to 12 months
Spanning approximately 60 hectares, the vines at Rovereto are an average of 25 years old. The harvest is done by hand and the wine is aged for around 5 months in steel tanks, and further refined once it hits the bottle. This is an intense yet delicate wine with fresh fruit flavours such as green apple on the palate, the finish is long with a definite elegance.