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The Bordeaux blend has been copied with considerable success in many other wine regions, the ultimate compliment. The Left Bank of the Gironde River boasts the great Chateaux of the Medoc and Graves, whilst on the Right Bank, Saint Emilion (arguably the most beautiful commune) and Pomerol. Bordeaux is synonymous with the finest quality, predominantly in red wines though great dry whites are made in the Pessac Leognan, and most wine lovers will strive to taste the sweet white wines of Chateau Yquem and its neighbouring Chateau in Sauternes and Barsac.

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2010 Domaine du Grand Ormeau Lalande de Pomerol (Case - 12/75cl)

Domaine du Grand Ormeau is one of the oldest family run vineyards in Bordeaux, located in Lalande De Pomerol. Over 5 genrations the property has seen constant investment and improvement ensuring that the best methods are adopted to product excellent wines. With Merlot as the dominant grape variety, this wine is full bodied and delicious.

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2015 Malescot St Exupery 3rd Cru Margaux (Case - 6/75cl)

Wine Spectator 93-96/100 Decanter 93/100 Neal Martin 93-95/100

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2006 Caronne Ste Gemme Cru Bourgeois Medoc (Case - 6/150cl)

Chateaux Caronne Ste Gemme is located west of Saint-Julien in the Haut-Medoc. It consists of a blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, and a little Petit Verdot and is matured for 15 months. The 2006 will be best to drink from 2012-2018. This is a reliable, good value wine - and would suit a full flavoured, homely roast dinner.

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2015 Canon La Gaffeliere Grand Cru St Emilion (Case - 6/75cl)

Antonio Galloni 95-97/100 Wine Advocate 93-95/100 Wine Spectator 94-97/100

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2015 Carruades De Lafite Pauillac (Case - 6/75cl)

Neal Martin 89-91/100 Decanter 91/100 Tim Atkin 94/100 Antonio Galloni 90-93/100

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2015 Franc Mayne St Emilion Grand Cru (Case - 12/75cl)

James Suckling 92-93/100 Wine Spectator 90-93/100 Quarin 15.5/20 Wine Enthusiast 88-90/100 René Gabriel 18/20 Decanter 89/100 Jancis Robinson 16.5/20 Neal Martin 93-95/100 Bettane Desseauve 16/20

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2015 Grand Mayne St Emilion Grand Cru (Case - 6/75cl)

Wine Spectator 89-92/100 Decanter 90/100 Neal Martin 92-94/100

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2010 Haut Brion 1er Cru Pessac Leognan (Case - 6/75cl)

Its amazing to visit this vineyard located as it is in a surprisingly urban location inside the south west city perimeter. The oldest of the first growths, the vineyard is made up of roughly equal percentages of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot with about ten percent Cabernet Franc, oh and one percent Petit Verdot. The wines are often restrained and aristocratic in their youth ope…

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2014 La Mission Haut Brion Pessac Leognan (Case - 12/75cl)

Good deep plum, the nose offers loganberry, quite precise, pungent, touch of cedar, quite complex, not a heavy weight, an elegant nose, lovely silky palate, really like this, I know its the first visit but its the style is relaxed, there is a sense of effortless quality. There is again elevated acidity but its in proportion. The tannins are cautious. Great promise here. A mini …

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1940 Pichon Lalande 2nd Cru Pauillac (Case - 12/75cl)

It is a truly unique opportunity to taste an ancient and historic vintage, such as this one! The 1940 grape harvest took place very soon after the German occupation of France began and as a result, production was severely reduced despite a good year for wines in Bordeaux. Enjoy this rare bottling, but take a moment to reflect on those who took great effort to make it.

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2014 Pontet Canet 5th Cru Pauillac (Case - 6/75cl)

Deep glossy appearance, the nose is deep and broody, with peppercorn, earthy, cedar, really classic Pauillac nose, perfumed, polished, silky palate, toasty tannins on the finish, quite muscular, this is going to be a sizeable vintage, doesnt have the density in the mid palate of Latour or Mouton, quite flashy, not as polished as the Pichon Lalande, but its a good Pontet. 92-94/…

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