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  • Fugue de Nénin 2009

    Fugue de Nénin was created and first sold in 1997. Fugue comes from sandy-clay soils found in the eastern part of the Château's vineyards, as well as from the young vines planted on the great plateau terroirs. This second wine is a typical example of the charm of Pomerol. Fugue is a reference to music; it means a repetition of the main theme. This name makes sense when you taste the wine — F...

    $120.00

  • Château La Pointe 2009

    The formation of Chateau La Pointe dates all the way back to the middle of the 19th century. The estate found the inspiration for its name due to the unusual shape of their Pomerol vineyards. The modern history of Chateau La Pointe starts when the property was purchased by the d’Arfeuille family in 1941, who later purchased Chateau La Serre in St. Emilion . Following their ownership, Chateau...

    $156.00

  • Château La Croix de Gay 2010

    Frequently producing one of the greatest-value wines of the Pomerol appellation, Château La Croix de Gay is managed by Alain Raynaud and Chantal Lebreton. The Lebreton family is an historic line of Pomerol winemakers that began their trade in 1772 but first arrived in the village way back in in 1477.

    $192.00

  • Château La Croix de Gay 2009

    Frequently producing one of the greatest-value wines of the Pomerol appellation, Château La Croix de Gay is managed by Alain Raynaud and Chantal Lebreton. The Lebreton family is an historic line of Pomerol winemakers that began their trade in 1772 but first arrived in the village way back in in 1477.

    $199.00

  • Château Petit-Village 2014

    Château Petit-Village is a jewel set in the highest part of the magnificent terroir of the Pomerol plateau, on deep gravel and clay soils with a ferrous base in the heart of the appellation.

    $215.00

  • La Gravette de Certan 2015

    "Since Alexandre Thienpont began managing Vieux Château Certan, he renovated the winemaking facilities in 1988 and again modernised the traditional Pomerol estate in 2003. It was his decision to create a second wine, La Gravette de Certan. He began green harvesting, picking riper fruit and reducing yields as a regular part of their vineyard management techniques. All his efforts proved to be...

    $215.00

  • Château Nénin 2009

    On the eve of the 1997 harvest, Jean-Hubert Delon purchased Château Nénin, which had belonged to his cousins, the Despujol family, since 1847. A major restructuring was immediately undertaken.

    $236.00

  • Château Nénin 2005

    On the eve of the 1997 harvest, Jean-Hubert Delon purchased Château Nénin, which had belonged to his cousins, the Despujol family, since 1847. A major restructuring was immediately undertaken.

    $240.00

  • Château Latour à Pomerol 1995

    Latour à Pomerol, which draws its name from the tower that adorns this charming château, was acquired by Mme Loubat, who also owned Château Petrus, in 1917. Établissements Jean-Pierre Moueix has farmed the vineyard since 1962.

    $350.00

  • Château Gazin 2005

    Château Gazin was reputedly built upon the ruins of the Hôpital de Pomeyrols which was originally established by the Knights of Malta in the 12th century. It has been owned by the Bailliencourts dit Courcol, one of France's oldest families, since the beginning of the last century.

    $425.00

  • Château La Conseillante 2014

    The name of La Conseillante appears in the middle of the 18th century. It was given by Mrs Catherine Conseillan, who ran the estate almost 300 years before today. In 1871, the Nicolas family bought the property, whose surface and plots remain unchanged since this period.

    $468.00

  • Château Trotanoy 2001

    Purchased by Jean-Pierre Moueix in 1953, Château Trotanoy has been considered one of the premier crus of Pomerol since the end of the eighteenth century. The soil of Château Trotanoy is a very dense mixture of clay and gravel which tends to solidify as it dries out after rain to an almost concrete-like hardness, hence the name “Trotanoy” or, in other words, “too wearisome” to cultivate.

    $710.00

  • Château La Conseillante 2005

    The name of La Conseillante appears in the middle of the 18th century. It was given by Mrs Catherine Conseillan, who ran the estate almost 300 years before today. In 1871, the Nicolas family bought the property, whose surface and plots remain unchanged since this period.

    $815.00

  • Château La Conseillante 2009

    The name of La Conseillante appears in the middle of the 18th century. It was given by Mrs Catherine Conseillan, who ran the estate almost 300 years before today. In 1871, the Nicolas family bought the property, whose surface and plots remain unchanged since this period.

    $855.00

  • Château La Conseillante 2010

    The name of La Conseillante appears in the middle of the 18th century. It was given by Mrs Catherine Conseillan, who ran the estate almost 300 years before today. In 1871, the Nicolas family bought the property, whose surface and plots remain unchanged since this period.

    $858.00

  • Château Trotanoy 2010

    Purchased by Jean-Pierre Moueix in 1953, Château Trotanoy has been considered one of the premier crus of Pomerol since the end of the eighteenth century. The soil of Château Trotanoy is a very dense mixture of clay and gravel which tends to solidify as it dries out after rain to an almost concrete-like hardness, hence the name “Trotanoy” or, in other words, “too wearisome” to cultivate.

    $980.00

  • Vieux Château Certan 2005

    "Since Alexandre Thienpont began managing Vieux Château Certan, he renovated the winemaking facilities in 1988 and again modernised the traditional Pomerol estate in 2003. It was his decision to create a second wine, La Gravette de Certan. He began green harvesting, picking riper fruit and reducing yields as a regular part of their vineyard management techniques. All his efforts proved to be...

    $998.00

  • Château Trotanoy 2009

    Purchased by Jean-Pierre Moueix in 1953, Château Trotanoy has been considered one of the premier crus of Pomerol since the end of the eighteenth century. The soil of Château Trotanoy is a very dense mixture of clay and gravel which tends to solidify as it dries out after rain to an almost concrete-like hardness, hence the name “Trotanoy” or, in other words, “too wearisome” to cultivate.

    $1080.00

  • Vieux Château Certan 2009

    "Since Alexandre Thienpont began managing Vieux Château Certan, he renovated the winemaking facilities in 1988 and again modernised the traditional Pomerol estate in 2003. It was his decision to create a second wine, La Gravette de Certan. He began green harvesting, picking riper fruit and reducing yields as a regular part of their vineyard management techniques. All his efforts proved to be...

    $1360.00

  • Vieux Château Certan 2010

    "Since Alexandre Thienpont began managing Vieux Château Certan, he renovated the winemaking facilities in 1988 and again modernised the traditional Pomerol estate in 2003. It was his decision to create a second wine, La Gravette de Certan. He began green harvesting, picking riper fruit and reducing yields as a regular part of their vineyard management techniques. All his efforts proved to be...

    $1380.00

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