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  • Calmel & Joseph - Faugères 2012

    Jancis Robinson ~ 17 Points

    "Syrah, Grenache, Carignan. Deep bloody red. Very perfumed! A dramatic nose, spicy and deep dark fruited and glowingly warm. Spiced, but dry in the mouth - layers of eastern spices sifted over a tight core of as-yet-unfolded fruit. Jewelled, elegant, with a fine etch of acidity. Silk-spun tannins. Aristocratic Faugères!...

    $20.00

  • Chateau Bonnet 2012

    Silver ~ Concour International

    Wine Enthusiast Magazine

    "A smoky, wood-aged wine with both structure and good fruitiness. Red currants and attractive berry fruits are developing well to give both fresh acidity and a ripe feel."

    $20.00

  • Calmel & Joseph - Le Pic 2010

    Jancis Robinson ~ 16+

    Very green and herbal and a wild tangle of tannins that seems to trip you up. There is plenty of tangy, sharply attractive fruit underneath but getting to it is a bit of a challenge. Still, there is a fierceness and a wildness here that I can't help liking. Needs both time and decanting.

    $38.00

  • Calmel & Joseph - Les Arques 2011

    Jancis Robinson ~ 17 Points

    "Rich and still tinged with purple. Baked plums and spice. A sweet beguiling nose. Warm-spiced and comforting on the palate, gorgeous fruit draped in deep velvety tannins. Sumptuous and glowing and jewelled. A little bevel of black-olive and rosemary savouriness to balance. Like the rich timbre of a cello. Being really n...

    $40.00

  • Chateau de Cruzeau 2009

    "Very racy, with a sanguine frame to the delicious core of red currant, damson plum and linzer torte notes. Long, with tar and juniper lingering through the finish." Wine Spectator - Rating (90)

    $43.00

  • Chateau Siaurac 2009

    "A sleeper of the vintage, this is the best wine I have ever tasted from this property. A dense purple color is followed by abundant meaty, black currant, black cherry, licorice, underbrush, and forest floor characteristics. Full-bodied, powerful, rich, and silky-textured, it will provide plenty of pleasure over the next decade." Robert Parker - Rating (89-91)

    $46.00

  • Haut Brillette 2010

    ** As Seen in Gourmet Traveller Wine ** ~ 92 Points

    Haut Brillette is the second wine of Chateau Brillette, from Moulis-en-Medoc, but appeared as good as some grand vins. Paterson thought it offered " a fabulous aroma with delicate blueberry, earth and redcurrant. Ripe and generous with sweet fruit flavours that are almost New World-like. Attractive, ripe tannins...

    $48.00

  • Chateau Fourcas Hosten 2005

    Wine Enthusiast ~ 91 Points

    "Still young, with its dry tannins, this is a wine that has developed depth and concentration over the last 3-4 years. It has power, the berry fruits driving through the structure to give a layered, attractive, serious finish."

    $55.00

  • Chateau Bernadotte 2005

    Neil Martin (erobertparker.com) ~ 90 Points

    "A very ripe, sumptuous bouquet engendered with a sorbet-like character: orange/mango notes coming through .. The palate is better: soft, harmonious and approachable, clean and svelte on the finish with a touch of spice/ black cedar-infused fruits. Very fine, nice purity – this is a great showing."

    $59.00

  • Chateau La Fleur Pourret 2005

    Guide Hachette ~ 1 Star

    "Acquired in 2002 by the Manoncourt family, owners of Figeac, this wine has an interesting blend with an important percentage of Cabernet Franc (35%) along with the merlot. The result is a balanced, classic wine, combining black fruit with toasty, soft on the attack, evolving more powerful, moving on a bed of fleshy tannins with final acce...

    $60.00

  • Chateau de Fonbel 2009

    Neil Martin (eRobertParker) ~ 90 Points

    "Tasted at Chateau Ausone. Alain Vauthier’s “entry-level” Saint Emilion had a “curled up” nose of raspberry coulis, spice, sweet ‘n sour and plum. The palate has a slightly brusque entry with chalky tannins, but it calms down towards its more elegant finish."

    $70.00

  • Lacoste Borie 2010 by Grand Puy Lacoste

    Neil Martin (e-RobertParker.com) ~ 90-92 Points

    "A blend of 62% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Merlot and 6% Cabernet Franc the Lacoste-Borie displays light briary and blackberry fruit on the nose, just a hint of cold black tea and truffle. Fine definition. The palate is quite supple on the entry, that Merlot adding a pleasant fleshiness to counter the precise Cab...

    $78.00

  • Chateau Sociando Mallet 2004

    Robert Parker ~ 90 Points

    "Sociando Mallet’s big, extracted, rich, classic 2004 boasts a deep ruby/purple hue as well as aromas of charcoal, wet stones, cold steel, and abundant black currant and cassis fruit."

    $85.00

  • Chateau Potensac 2005

    Robert Parker ~ 90 Points

    " the 2005 Potensac has a deep ruby/purple color, a classic bouquet of sweet red and black fruits, as well as gorgeous texture and purity. Medium-bodied and concentrated, this wine behaves like a Medoc cru classe. Very impressive!"

    $94.00

  • Chateau Brillette (Magnum) 2001

    ** Save 30% **

    Decanter ~ 4 Stars (Highly Recommended)

    rrp: $140.00 $98.00

  • Chateau Clarisse - Vieilles Vignes 2011

    James Suckling ~ 91 Points

    "This is intense and stylish with a spice, dark chocolate and mineral character. Full and chewy. Long finish. Made from 80-year-old vines."

    $110.00

  • Chateau Haut Batailley 2003

    Decanter ~ 4 Stars

    Ripe yet reserved, hints of succulent berry fruit and exotic spice. Silky textured with sweet, ripe fruit. Flowing, succulent, with a well-crafted frame.

    $126.00

  • Chateau Brillette (Magnum) 2009

    "This shows a solid core of dark fruits such as blueberries and blackberries, with hints of flowers. Full body, with a fine tannin structure and a clean finish."  James Suckling - Rating (92)

    $140.00

  • Chateau Pedesclaux 2009

    Wine Spectator ~ 92 Points

    "An amped-up style, with showy aromatics of toasty spice and wood, but there's good solid density to the blackberry, black currant and fig fruit, and the toast melds into a more honest graphite edge through the finish. A solid expression of the modern style."

    $140.00

  • Chateau Dauzac (Magnum) 2008

    Robert Parker ~ 90 Points

    "A sleeper of the vintage, this muscular, concentrated, full-bodied wine is atypically backward and dense for a 2008. It exhibits an opaque ruby/purple color along with notes of licorice, truffles, graphite and black currants. Intense and powerful.."

    $157.00

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