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  • Clos du Marquis 2001

    Robert Parker: The Clos du Marquis, the second label of Léoville Las Cases, was created at the end of the 19th century. This name, which has been used on a regular basis since the beginning of the last century, originates from the small "clos" (walled parcel) situated near the Château de Léoville (the residence of the late Marquis de Las-Cases).

    $242.00

  • Les Pagodes de Cos 2010

    Les Pagodes de Cos is, strictly speaking, Cos d’Estournel’s “second wine”. The vines that produce it are eventually used for the “Grand Vin” which is an 1855 Grand Cru Classé. They are grown on the same terroir and are treated in the same way.

    $260.00

  • Château La Clotte 2015

    The tiny 4-hectare vineyard of Château La Clotte sits just outside the village of St-Émilion. The vineyards are edged by a limestone cliff, in which there are caves – La Clotte is a local Gascon word for "cave dweller" – and these caves have conveniently become cellars for the winery.

    $268.00

  • Petit Cheval Blanc 2015

    The story of Petit Cheval Blanc began in 2006, when Château Cheval Blanc acquired Château La Tour du Pin, an eight-hectare vineyard producing red wine under the Saint-Émilion Grand Cru appellation. Part of the terroir offered fine potential for white wine, and so the decision was taken to convert it: this would become the birthplace of a white Bordeaux.

    $295.00

  • Château La Lagune 2010

    "The most southern of the famous estates in the Médoc, La Lagune has benefited from considerable investment in its state-of-the-art, space-age winery and in the 21st century has begun to make wines that rival the marvellous efforts produced here in the 1970s and the 1980s.

    $299.00

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    Château Beauséjour Duffau-Lagarrosse 2005

    In 1869 the vineyards were split up between the owner's two children and they have been owned and run separately ever since. Beauséjour-Duffau, a 1er Grand Cru Classé B property, is located on the Côtes of St-Émilion, on the edge of a limestone plateau. Its vineyards are planted on soils rich in calcareous clay and limestone and adjoin those of Château Canon ...

    $300.00

  • Château Léoville Poyferré 2001

    Léoville Poyferré has been owned by the Cuvelier family (who also own Château Le Crock) since 1921, yet it was not until the 1970s, when Didier Cuvelier took control at the château, that quality began to improve. In the last 20 years, Didier, with the assistance of Michel Rolland since 1995, has turned Léoville-Poyferré into one of St-Julien's finest estates.

    $315.00

  • Château Lynch-Bages (375ml) 2005

    Château Lynch-Bages was founded in 1749 by Thomas Lynch, the son of an Irish immigrant from Galway. The estate was sold to Sebastien Jurine, a Swiss wine merchant, in 1824 and the wine went on to achieve Fifth Growth status in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification. Jean-Charles Cazes purchased the property in 1938 and the Cazes family has run the business ever since.

    $325.00

  • Château Talbot 2010

    "Château Talbot takes its name from John Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury, who in 1453 suffered the ignominy of losing the battle — and with it his life — which allowed Bordeaux and its vineyards to slip back into French control after belonging to the British Crown for over 340 years.

    $326.00

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    Château Suduiraut 1975

    These bottles have been re-corked in January 2013 by Pierre Montégut, the technical director of Château Suduiraut.

    $330.00

  • Château Talbot 2009

    "Château Talbot takes its name from John Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury, who in 1453 suffered the ignominy of losing the battle — and with it his life — which allowed Bordeaux and its vineyards to slip back into French control after belonging to the British Crown for over 340 years.

    $335.00

  • Chapelle de la Mission Haut-Brion 2009

    "La Mission Haut-Brion produces a Bordeaux wine of intensity, richness, opulence, and charm. The wine is full-bodied, concentrated and requires several years to develop. The perfume offers smoke, tobacco, earth, truffle, spice, and cassis scents. It’s a bigger and more tannic wine than Haut-Brion. Depending on the vintage, it might not show the same level of elegance. Yet, in some years, La ...

    $336.00

  • Château Branaire-Ducru 2010

    Château Branaire-Ducru is situated on the opposite side of the road from Château Beychevelle in the south of the St-Julien appellation. Patrick Maroteaux has owned the property since 1988 and he has invested heavily in new plantings as well as installing a spanking new cuvier and an ultra-modern chai.

    $338.00

  • Château Calon Ségur 2000

    While winemaking at the Calon estate dates all the way back to the 12th century, the château really took off in the 18th century when legendary winemaker Nicolas-Alexandre, the Marquis de Ségur — also known as the "prince of vines" — took over the property. The marquis was passionate about this winery, once saying that "I make wine at Lafitte and Latour but my heart is at Calon Segur" (hence...

    $340.00

  • Château Prieuré-Lichine (1.5L magnum) 2014

    "This is one of my favourite (and better value) châteaux from the famous Margaux commune.

    $342.00

  • 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 Talbot 1996

    "Château Talbot takes its name from John Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury, who in 1453 suffered the ignominy of losing the battle — and with it his life — which allowed Bordeaux and its vineyards to slip back into French control after belonging to the British Crown for over 340 years.

    $350.00

  • Château Branaire-Ducru 2009

    Château Branaire-Ducru is situated on the opposite side of the road from Château Beychevelle in the south of the St-Julien appellation. Patrick Maroteaux has owned the property since 1988 and he has invested heavily in new plantings as well as installing a spanking new cuvier and an ultra-modern chai.

    $365.00

  • Roc de Cambes 2000

    Wine Cellar Insider: When the owner, Francois Mitjavile purchased the estate in 1987, Roc de Cambes required extensive work in the vineyards and the cellars. The first vintage for Roc de Cambes for the new owners was the 1989. They also produce Domaine de Cambes, which is not considered a second wine, as it comes from a different terroir and grape source. Today, Roc de Cambes is clearly a co...

    $370.00

  • Château Branaire-Ducru 2000

    Château Branaire-Ducru is situated on the opposite side of the road from Château Beychevelle in the south of the St-Julien appellation. Patrick Maroteaux has owned the property since 1988 and he has invested heavily in new plantings as well as installing a spanking new cuvier and an ultra-modern chai.

    $375.00

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