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  • Château Penin 'Tradition' 2014

    Our estate has been family owned since its beginnings in 1854, when it was bought by Louis Carteyron and his son Jacques. For many years, the production was divided between fruit and wine.

    $30.00

  • Château Mazerolles Benoit 2015

    This 22-hectare estate is situated just 2km north-east of the town of Blaye and has been in the same family since 1850. Pierre and Béatrice Ardoin are the current generation looking after the Château since 1990.

    $32.00

  • Petit Picoron (375ml) 2015

    The vineyards of Sainte-Colombe can be traced back to Gallo-Roman times.

    $35.00

  • Vieux Château des Rocs 2014

    Vieux Château des Rocs is a fourth-generation property owned and managed by Guillaume Seize. It is situated on the limestone plateau in the heart of the AOC of Lussac. Its name takes its origin from the pure limestone rocks its vines are planted on.

    $42.00

  • Château Peyrat Rouge 2015

    Château Peyrat is actually a Clos of 17 hectares situated in the commune of Cérons, in the heart of the traditional AOC of Graves.

    $43.00

  • Château Tanesse 2015

    Located on a high hillock among Langoiran’s sloping vineyards, this Bordeaux charterhouse was built during the second half of the 18th century by the Tanesse family. The property is surrounded by 30 hectares of vineyard atop very old foundations.

    $43.00

  • Château Flaunys 2012

    We have named our most beautiful vines Flaunys, which means "Paradise" in Celtic-Gaelic.

    $44.00

  • Château Le Rey ‘Les Argileuses’ 2016

    Château Le Rey is a continuous property of 12 hectares, situated on a clay-limestone terroir on the right bank of the Dordogne. It occupies a privileged position on the plateau of Sainte-Colombe, a little town east of Saint-Émilion. The town full of history, including the remains of a Roman villa and its mosaics, as well as a classified Romanesque church from the 12th ...

    $47.00

  • Petit Picoron 2015

    The vineyards of Sainte-Colombe can be traced back to Gallo-Roman times.

    $48.00

  • Château Le Meynieu 2012

    Château Le Meynieu is located in the heart of the Médoc, close to the village of St-Estèphe.

    $48.00

  • Les Allées de Cantemerle (375ml) 2005

    "Cantemerle remains one of the top values among the Classified Growths. It’s an estate you can count on to produce elegant, character driven wines at a fair price."

    $49.00

  • Château Vieux Ferrand 2016

    Adjacent to the Agricultural University of Montagne Saint-Émilion, the property of Château Vieux Ferrand is managed by Mélanie Chenard, an agricultural engineer specialised in viticulture.

    $56.00

  • Château Canon Pécresse 2012

    This up and coming château is owned by father and son team, Francis and Jean-Francis Pécresse. They follow a long tradition of Correzien people who have established a business on the Bordeaux right bank.

    $62.00

  • Château Falfas 2012

    "Always considered among the best, the 1867 edition of Feret’s 'Bordeaux and its Wines' already classified Falfas one the four Grand Cru of the Côtes de Bourg."

    $62.00

  • Château Potensac (375ml) 2005

    Potensac is an estate in the northern sector of the Médoc, a district renowned for producing tannic, brooding clarets which require significant ageing before drinking. It belongs to the Delon family, who also own the great Château Léoville-Las Cases, and benefits from being made by the same highly-skilled team.

    $65.00

  • Château Lavillotte 2014

    In 1962, this ancient vineyard, reduced to a few old and poorly tended vines, was completely restored with the greatest care by the present owner.

    $67.00

  • Sarget de Gruaud-Larose (375ml) 2009

    "Gruaud-Larose has often been described as a super-second, placing it in with the group of Deuxième Cru Classé properties that challenge the elite Premier Cru Classé estates for supremacy in Bordeaux.

    $68.00

  • Ségla (375ml) 2010

    Ségla is made of grapes from the youngest vines of the property (less than 10 years old).

    $69.00

  • Château Larrivaux 2009

    Château Larrivaux is run by Berangère Tesseron, the wife of Basile Tesseron of 4th Growth Château Lafon Rochet.

    $72.00

  • Ségla (375ml) 2009

    Ségla is made of grapes from the youngest vines of the property (less than 10 years old).

    $72.00

  • Château Citran 2015

    The Donissan de Citran family ruled this estate in the 13th century until 1832, when the last heir had to sell the estate to Mr. Clauzel. This rich, ambitious businessman defined the property’s boundaries and gave Château Citran prominence among the Médoc estates.

    $75.00

  • Château Le Rey ‘Les Rocheuses’ 2016

    Château Le Rey is a continuous property of 12 hectares, situated on a clay-limestone terroir on the right bank of the Dordogne. It occupies a privileged position on the plateau of Sainte-Colombe, a little town east of Saint-Émilion. The town full of history, including the remains of a Roman villa and its mosaics, as well as a classified Romanesque church from the 12th ...

    $77.00

  • Château Picoron 2015

    The vineyards of Sainte-Colombe can be traced back to Gallo-Roman times.

    $78.00

  • Grand Vin de Reignac 2012

    Château de Reignac is ideally situated at the confluence of the Dordogne and Garonne Rivers (the “Entre Deux Mers”). Reignac offers a unique peculiarity: that of reuniting the best types of terroir of both the Right and the Left Banks in a single estate, which explains the qualitative consistency of its wines.

    $78.00

  • Château Tour Sieujean 2012

    Tour Sieujean is located on the western edge of the Pauillac appellation.

    $79.00

  • Confidences de Prieuré-Lichine 2014

    "It was in 1972 that the owner of the time, 'the Pope of wine' Alexis Lichine, first made this second wine under the name Château de Clairefont, which is known today as Confidences de Prieuré-Lichine.

    $79.00

  • Château Les Ormes de Pez (375ml) 2009

    The wines from Ormes de Pez are powerful, yet characterised by their harmonious structure. They are indulgent and pleasurable, and combine a smooth, fleshy texture with the distinctive elegance of a Saint-Estèphe.

    $80.00

  • Château Fourcas Hosten 2015

    A beautiful Charter house nestled in the heart of a magnificent 3-hectare park, in the shadow of the bell tower of the old Roman church, Château Fourcas Hosten is situated in the centre of Listrac, a peaceful village in the eponymous appellation. In 1810, Mr. Hosten, who inherited the vineyards from his father, a lawyer in Bordeaux, ceded the vineyards to the Saint Affrique family who ...

    $82.00

  • Croix Canon (375ml) 2014

    "Starting with the 2012 vintage, the previous name for the second wine, Clos Canon, was changed to Croix Canon.

    $86.00

  • Echo de Lynch-Bages (375ml) 2009

    Château Haut-Bages Averous was the name of the former Pauillac estate acquired by André Cazes and was the domaine's second wine from 1976 onwards. It was renamed Echo de Lynch-Bages as of the 2008 vintage in order to affirm its relationship with the Grand Cru Classé. Its name Echo refers to the nymph from Greek mythology who was deprived of speech by Hera as a punishment for distracting her ...

    $87.00

  • Château Simard 2010

    Dating all the way back to the 17th century, this Saint-Émilion estate boasts 40 or so hectares planted with Merlot (70%) and Cabernet Franc (30%) vines. Perched atop a hill on the south side of the estate, right next to the Premier Crus, Château Simard produces close to 160,000 bottles every year.

    $88.00

  • Château Lespault-Martillac 2011

    Olivier Bernard and his team have undertaken to make this wine one of the jewels of the Pessac-Léognan appellation, with an outstanding potential.

    $89.00

  • Château Chasse-Spleen (375ml) 2005

    "This is the superstar of the appellation. Chasse Spleen was one of six properties decreed a ‘Cru Bourgeois Exceptionel’ in 1932. The wine is full-bodied, firm and long-lasting, but with a richness and quality of tannins. There have been few, if any, disappointments in the last 25 years."

    $90.00

  • Château Haut-Brisson 2005

    "Château Haut-Brisson is located in the Vignonet sector of St-Émilion, not far from Château Monbousquet and Château Teyssier. The estate was purchased in 1997 by Peter Kwok. After the initial purchase, the new owner wanted to discover how far he could push the quality envelope for his Right Bank château. Before he could do that, Peter began purchasing additional parcels of land and increasin...

    $92.00

  • Moulin de La Lagune 2014

    "This remains a wine that has virtually a grand cru Burgundian complexity and savoury character, and it is often a great value among the famous names of Bordeaux."

    — Robert Parker

    $95.00

  • Château Pibran 2014

    "The birth of Château Pibran dates back to the start of the 20th century. The estate was bought in 1941 by Paul Pibran Billa in 1941. Paul Pibran Billa renamed the estate, using his middle name of Pibran. While the property is young by Bordeaux standards, the modern era begins when the estate was sold to the AXA group.

    $99.00

  • Goulée by Cos d’Estournel 2015

    The estate of Château Cos d'Estournel sits right on the southern border of the Saint-Estèphe appellation; just down the road lies Château Lafite Rothschild, in the neighbouring Pauillac commune.

    $99.00

  • Château Lespault-Martillac Blanc 2014

    Olivier Bernard and his team have undertaken to make this wine one of the jewels of the Pessac-Léognan appellation, with an outstanding potential.

    $102.00

  • Château Potensac 2005

    Potensac is an estate in the northern sector of the Médoc, a district renowned for producing tannic, brooding clarets which require significant ageing before drinking. It belongs to the Delon family, who also own the great Château Léoville-Las Cases, and benefits from being made by the same highly-skilled team.

    $102.00

  • Brio de Cantenac Brown 2015

    A new wine for the new century: BriO de Cantenac Brown was born in 2001. Through the style of its label, but also through the quality of our work from the selection of the lots to the bottling, it aims at expressing the modernity of our Château. The lots supposed to be the main part of BriO are pre-selected because of their evolution all through the year, which me...

    $110.00

  • Clos Canon 2010

    "At its best, Canon is a splendidly rich, deep and concentrated wine, muscular and full-bodied and when mature, richly fruity, cedary and often magnificent.

    $110.00

  • Baron de Brane 2015

    Château Brane-Cantenac was for many years the home of Lucien Lurton; it is now owned and run by his son Henri. Its vineyards are located west of the village of Cantenac in the Margaux appellation.

    $115.00

  • Couvent des Jacobins 2006

    "Created in the 13th century, the vineyards of Couvent des Jacobins were originally tended by friars. Since it was the Duke of Lancaster who donated the land to the Frères Prêcheurs Jacobins, the property had strong ties with England and the wine was very popular across the Channel. It wasn’t until the 1900s that the friars left Couvent des Jacobins, whereupon it was taken...

    $118.00

  • Fugue de Nénin 2009

    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 — Fugue complements the tonalities of its older sibling extremely well, while providing its own attractive and entertaining rendition. The wines are smooth and silky and can be enjoyed earlier than those of ...

    $120.00

  • Fugue de Nénin 2015

    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 — Fugue complements the tonalities of its older sibling extremely well, while providing its own attractive and entertaining rendition. The wines are smooth and silky and can be enjoyed ear...

    $120.00

  • Ségla 2012

    Ségla is made of grapes from the youngest vines of the property (less than 10 years old).

    $120.00

  • Ségla 2009

    Ségla is made of grapes from the youngest vines of the property (less than 10 years old).

    $125.00

  • Château Phélan Ségur 2014

    The grand vin of Château Phélan Ségur comes from this magnificent terroir of Saint-Estèphe where power dominates. Strengthened by its origins, Château Phélan Ségur has created its identity based on elegance and finesse. With a certain restraint and great precision, it reveals the purity of the fruit, the accuracy of its struct...

    $140.00

  • Les Griffons de Pichon Baron 2015

    Château Pichon Longueville Baron, a leading Pauillac 2éme Cru Classé estate, is one of Bordeaux's most illustrious "super seconds". In 1987 it was bought by the AXA Millésimes Group, who also own Cantenac-Brown, Petit-Village, Suduiraut.

    $148.00

  • Château Gloria 2012

    "This wine is much less expensive than most St-Juliens, and represents one of the best buys of the appellation, if not of the Médoc."

    — Robert Parker

    $150.00

  • La Dame de Montrose 2015

    "Since 1989, Montrose has been the most reliable St-Estèphe cru classé. Over recent vintages, it has regularly surpassed Cos d’Estournel, its closest rival, and Calon-Ségur, despite the improved quality of the latter wine. A revised classification might even rank it amongst the Médoc first growths."

    — Robert Parker

    $150.00

  • Château Lassègue 2009

    Ornate sundials adorn the façade of Château Lassègue, a beautiful 18th-century château. This symbol of perfect sun exposure is the inspiration for our logo and represents the message of our wines.

    $155.00

  • Château Gloria 2015

    "This wine is much less expensive than most St-Juliens, and represents one of the best buys of the appellation, if not of the Médoc."

    — Robert Parker

    $165.00

  • Château Calon Ségur 2001

    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...

    $166.00

  • Château Prieuré-Lichine 2014

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

    $170.00

  • Château Prieuré-Lichine 2015

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

    $170.00

  • La Croix de Beaucaillou 2015

    "The style of Ducru-Beaucaillou is one of elegance combvined with the balance and fruit character one expects from St-Julien. The Léovilles can be more powerfully structured, and Gruaud-Larose occasionally richer, but Ducru-Beaucaillou leads with its finesse and length and freshness on the finish."

    $180.00

  • 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.

    $188.00

  • 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

  • Réserve de la Comtesse 2015

    In the Bordeaux region the classified crus have mixed soils, but large enough tracts of land to make very rigorous selections. It is only the quest for excellence during the XVIIIth century that led the owners to elaborate several wines of different quality. Severe selecting is the guarantee of quality of a great wine, but also of a second wine.

    $195.00

  • Le Pauillac de Latour 2012

    Pauillac de Château Latour was first launched in 1973, but it was subsequently only released for the 1974 and 1987 vintages. Since the 1990 vintage, Pauillac has been made every year, both from vats that do not quite meet the strict selection criteria for Les Forts de Latour, and also from the young vines of the Property.

    $196.00

  • 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

  • Le Pauillac de Latour 2013

    Pauillac de Château Latour was first launched in 1973, but it was subsequently only released for the 1974 and 1987 vintages. Since the 1990 vintage, Pauillac has been made every year, both from vats that do not quite meet the strict selection criteria for Les Forts de Latour, and also from the young vines of the Property.

    $199.00

  • Réserve de la Comtesse 2010

    In the Bordeaux region the classified crus have mixed soils, but large enough tracts of land to make very rigorous selections. It is only the quest for excellence during the XVIIIth century that led the owners to elaborate several wines of different quality. Severe selecting is the guarantee of quality of a great wine, but also of a second wine.

    $205.00

  • 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

  • Brio de Cantenac Brown (1,500ml) 2015

    A new wine for the new century: BriO de Cantenac Brown was born in 2001. Through the style of its label, but also through the quality of our work from the selection of the lots to the bottling, it aims at expressing the modernity of our Château. The lots supposed to be the main part of BriO are pre-selected because of their evolution all through the year, which me...

    $220.00

  • Château La Lagune 2014

    "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.

    $221.00

  • Ségla (1,500ml) 2012

    Ségla is made of grapes from the youngest vines of the property (less than 10 years old).

    $225.00

  • Baron de Brane (1,500ml) 2015

    Château Brane-Cantenac was for many years the home of Lucien Lurton; it is now owned and run by his son Henri. Its vineyards are located west of the village of Cantenac in the Margaux appellation.

    $230.00

  • Château Phélan Ségur 2005

    The Grand Vin of Château Phélan Ségur comes from this magnificent terroir of Saint-Estèphe where power dominates. Strengthened by its origins, Château Phélan Ségur has created its identity based on elegance and finesse. With a certain restraint and great precision, it reveals the purity of the fruit, the accuracy of its structure, the silkiness ...

    $235.00

  • 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

  • Clos du Marquis 2001

    "Since 1989, Clos du Marquis has been close to the quality of a third or fourth growth."

    — Robert Parker

    $242.00

  • Clos du Marquis 2009

    "Since 1989, Clos du Marquis has been close to the quality of a third or fourth growth."

    — Robert Parker

    $242.00

  • Clos du Marquis 2010

    "Since 1989, Clos du Marquis has been close to the quality of a third or fourth growth."

    — Robert Parker

    $250.00

  • 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

  • Clos du Marquis 2005

    "Since 1989, Clos du Marquis has been close to the quality of a third or fourth growth."

    — Robert Parker

    $270.00

  • Château Prieuré-Lichine 2010

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

    $275.00

  • Alter Ego de Palmer 2015

    Alter Ego was born with the 1998 vintage. It resulted from a new approach to selecting and blending devised to interpret the Château Palmer terroir differently without departing from the values that make the reputation of our wines – namely, finesse and elegance, aromatic richness, harmony and length.

    $299.00

  • 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

  • La Dame de Montrose (1,500ml) 2015

    "Since 1989, Montrose has been the most reliable St-Estèphe cru classé. Over recent vintages, it has regularly surpassed Cos d’Estournel, its closest rival, and Calon-Ségur, despite the improved quality of the latter wine. A revised classification might even rank it amongst the Médoc first growths."

    — Robert Parker

    $300.00

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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.

    $253.50

  • Roc de Cambes 2000

    "Today, Roc de Cambes is clearly a contender for the top Bordeaux wine from the Côtes de Bourg appellation. This appellation was recently renamed Côtes de Bordeaux, which covers a much wider variety of terroirs."

    — Wine Cellar Insider

    $370.00

  • Château Phélan Ségur (1,500ml) 2010

    The grand vin of Château Phélan Ségur comes from this magnificent terroir of Saint-Estèphe where power dominates. Strengthened by its origins, Château Phélan Ségur has created its identity based on elegance and finesse. With a certain restraint and great precision, it reveals the purity of the fruit, the accuracy of its struct...

    $399.00

  • Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande 2014

    Château Pichon Longueville Lalande is one of the most important Super Seconds and this 2ème Cru Classé Pauillac estate has made tremendous strides in the last 20 years. This is largely due to the energy, drive and ambition of May-Eliane de Lenquesaing, who took over the property in 1978.

    $318.00

  • 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

  • Le Clarence de Haut-Brion 2009

    "The second wine of Haut-Brion is now called Le Clarence de Haut-Brion, and the 2010 is among the finest I have tasted there. It is a broad, powerful and more muscular wine than its cross-street rival, La Chapelle de la Mission, but all the same, it is wonderfully fresh and precise, with notes of blueberry and boysenberry as well as hints of smoke and wet stones. Endowed with gorgeous fruit,...

    $429.00

  • Château Rauzan-Ségla 2001

    CHANEL purchased Château Rauzan-Ségla in April 1994 and immediately started a full renovation programme. The vineyard has been drained — a 15-kilometre network is now in place, two parcels of Petit Verdot were planted and three hectares of vines were grafted over with Merlot.

    $445.00

  • Château Léoville Poyferré 2005

    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 e...

    $460.00

  • Château Pontet-Canet 2014

    In Bordeaux each year is unique, with a character unlike any other. As with every child, a wine has two parents: the father (terroir), and a mother (the vintage). It will have something of each, but the wine will nonetheless be true to itself.

    $390.00

  • Château Calon Ségur 2009

    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...

    $378.75

  • Château Rauzan-Ségla 1998

    CHANEL purchased Château Rauzan-Ségla in April 1994 and immediately started a full renovation programme. The vineyard has been drained — a 15-kilometre network is now in place, two parcels of Petit Verdot were planted and three hectares of vines were grafted over with Merlot.

    $535.00

  • Ségla (3,000ml) 2012

    Ségla is made of grapes from the youngest vines of the property (less than 10 years old).

    $550.00

  • Château Rauzan-Ségla 2010

    CHANEL purchased Château Rauzan-Ségla in April 1994 and immediately started a full renovation programme. The vineyard has been drained — a 15-kilometre network is now in place, two parcels of Petit Verdot were planted and three hectares of vines were grafted over with Merlot.

    $586.00

  • Le Petit Mouton de Mouton-Rothschild 2009

    Nature was particularly kind in 2009, providing conditions that favoured the vegetation cycle and helped the grapes to reach full maturity.

    $588.00

  • Alter Ego de Palmer (1,500ml) 2015

    Alter Ego was born with the 1998 vintage. It resulted from a new approach to selecting and blending devised to interpret the Château Palmer terroir differently without departing from the values that make the reputation of our wines – namely, finesse and elegance, aromatic richness, harmony and length.

    $590.00

  • Château Léoville Poyferré 2000

    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 e...

    $598.00

  • Château Canon 2010

    "At its best, Canon is a splendidly rich, deep and concentrated wine, muscular and full-bodied and when mature, richly fruity, cedary and often magnificient. It remains a mystery why this wine is not better known, because Canon has certainly been one of the top three or four St-Emilions during the decade of the 1980s..."

    $328.50

  • Château Montrose 2005

    The history of wine at Château Montrose dates back to 1815, when Etienne Théodore Dumoulin planted a vineyard on his patch of heathland that "Prince of Vines" Nicolas Alexandre de Ségur had sold to his family. Just 40 years later, the wine was already so good that it was included as a Second Growth in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification.

    $610.00

  • Château Rauzan-Ségla 2000

    CHANEL purchased Château Rauzan-Ségla in April 1994 and immediately started a full renovation programme. The vineyard has been drained — a 15-kilometre network is now in place, two parcels of Petit Verdot were planted and three hectares of vines were grafted over with Merlot.

    $625.00

  • Château Haut-Bailly 2010

    Château Haut-Bailly is a Graves Cru Classé estate that has really hit form in the last 5-7 years.

    $630.00

  • Château Rauzan-Ségla 1995

    CHANEL purchased Château Rauzan-Ségla in April 1994 and immediately started a full renovation programme. The vineyard has been drained — a 15-kilometre network is now in place, two parcels of Petit Verdot were planted and three hectares of vines were grafted over with Merlot.

    $630.00

  • Château Rauzan-Ségla 2005

    CHANEL purchased Château Rauzan-Ségla in April 1994 and immediately started a full renovation programme. The vineyard has been drained — a 15-kilometre network is now in place, two parcels of Petit Verdot were planted and three hectares of vines were grafted over with Merlot.

    $630.00

  • Château Pichon-Longueville Baron 2005

    Château Pichon-Longueville Baron, a leading Pauillac 2éme Cru Classé estate, is one of Bordeaux's most illustrious "super seconds". In 1987 it was bought by the AXA Millésimes Group, who also own Cantenac-Brown, Petit-Village, and Suduiraut.

    $632.00

  • Château Pichon-Longueville Baron 1995

    Château Pichon-Longueville Baron, a leading Pauillac 2éme Cru Classé estate, is one of Bordeaux's most illustrious "super seconds". In 1987 it was bought by the AXA Millésimes Group, who also own Cantenac-Brown, Petit-Village, and Suduiraut.

    $483.75

  • Château Canon 2005

    "At its best, Canon is a splendidly rich, deep and concentrated wine, muscular and full-bodied and when mature, richly fruity, cedary and often magnificient. It remains a mystery why this wine is not better known, because Canon has certainly been one of the top three or four St-Emilions during the decade of the 1980s..."

    $439.50

  • Château Canon 2009

    "At its best, Canon is a splendidly rich, deep and concentrated wine, muscular and full-bodied and when mature, richly fruity, cedary and often magnificient. It remains a mystery why this wine is not better known, because Canon has certainly been one of the top three or four St-Emilions during the decade of the 1980s..."

    $648.00

  • Château Canon 2001

    "At its best, Canon is a splendidly rich, deep and concentrated wine, muscular and full-bodied and when mature, richly fruity, cedary and often magnificient. It remains a mystery why this wine is not better known, because Canon has certainly been one of the top three or four St-Emilions during the decade of the 1980s..."

    $675.00

  • Château Troplong Mondot 2010

    "Troplong Mondot offers a unique style. It’s thick and rich in the mouth, but never heavy. The wine has scents of dark plums, liquorice, blackberries, coffee, spice, dark cherries, stone, chocolate, flowers and blackberry liqueur. More sensuous than elegant on the palate, there is an intensity of flavours, coupled with the ability to age and evolve."

    $513.75

  • Château Troplong Mondot 2009

    "Troplong Mondot offers a unique style. It’s thick and rich in the mouth, but never heavy. The wine has scents of dark plums, liquorice, blackberries, coffee, spice, dark cherries, stone, chocolate, flowers and blackberry liqueur. More sensuous than elegant on the palate, there is an intensity of flavours, coupled with the ability to age and evolve."

    $521.25

  • 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...

    $532.50

  • Château Montrose 2014

    The history of wine at Château Montrose dates back to 1815, when Etienne Théodore Dumoulin planted a vineyard on his patch of heathland that "Prince of Vines" Nicolas Alexandre de Ségur had sold to his family. Just 40 years later, the wine was already so good that it was included as a Second Growth in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification.

    $551.25

  • Château Léoville-Las Cases 1988

    The grand vin of Léoville-Las Cases was classified as one of the original fifteen Deuxièmes Crus (Second Growths) in the 1855 Bordeaux Wine Official Classification. The estate sits right on the northern edge of the Saint-Julien AOC, bordering the vineyards of Château Latour in Pauillac.

    $1822.50

  • Le Petit Cheval 2009

    Château Cheval Blanc, which is translated into 'white horse', has a long, colorful history in St. Emilion that is traced all the way back to 1832. That was the year the Ducasse family purchased land from the much larger estate of Château Figeac. Prior to its rebirth as Cheval Blanc, the vineyard was better known as Le Barrail de Cailloux, which is loosely translated into 'the bar...

    $770.00

  • Château Tertre Roteboeuf 2010

    Yields are kept very low and consequently this is one of the most concentrated wines to be found in Bordeaux. Typically, Tertre Roteboeuf is deeply coloured, richly aromatic on the nose and packed with blackcurrants, overripe cherries, liquorice, roasted caramel, and vanilla notes on the palate. A hedonist's delight!

    $785.00

  • Le Petit Cheval 2001

    Château Cheval Blanc, which is translated into 'white horse', has a long, colorful history in St. Emilion that is traced all the way back to 1832. That was the year the Ducasse family purchased land from the much larger estate of Château Figeac. Prior to its rebirth as Cheval Blanc, the vineyard was better known as Le Barrail de Cailloux, which is loosely translated into 't...

    $785.00

  • Le Petit Mouton de Mouton-Rothschild 2005

    Weather conditions for the 2005 vintage were unusual, since the year was 0.3°C colder than the average for the last forty years, mainly due to cooler-than-normal nights.

    $790.00

  • Château Figeac 2009

    "I know the proprietors of this estate think I have been unduly tough on their wines, but I am in fact a fan of Figeac’s finest vintages. Though always a wine of finesse, a sense of dilution can sometimes underwhelm tasters, but this is not the case with the 2000 and the 2005, an impressive duo for this estate. In the great vintages this traditionally made St-Émilion clearly liv...

    $596.25

  • Château Figeac 2005

    Robert Parker: I know the proprietors of this estate think I have been unduly tough on their wines, but I am in fact a fan of Figeac's finest vintages. Though always a wine of finesse, a sense of dilution can sometimes underwhelm tasters, but this is not the case with the 2000 and the 2005, an impressive duo for this estate. In the great vintages this traditionally made St-Emilion clearly li...

    $611.25

  • 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 Figeac 2000

    Robert Parker: I know the proprietors of this estate think I have been unduly tough on their wines, but I am in fact a fan of Figeac's finest vintages. Though always a wine of finesse, a sense of dilution can sometimes underwhelm tasters, but this is not the case with the 2000 and the 2005, an impressive duo for this estate. In the great vintages this traditionally made St-Emilion clearly li...

    $633.75

  • 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 Ducru-Beaucaillou 2010

    "The style of Ducru-Beaucaillou is one of elegance combined with the balance and fruit character one expects from St-Julien.The Léovilles can be more powerfully structured, and Gruaud-Larose occasionally richer, but Ducru-Beaucaillou leads with its finesse and length and freshness on the finish."

    $865.00

  • Château Palmer 1995

    "Palmer can be as profound as many first growths, and in vintages such as ... 1995, 2001, 2004 and 2005, it can be better than many of them.

    $920.00

  • Château Léoville-Las Cases 1989

    The grand vin of Léoville-Las Cases was classified as one of the original fifteen Deuxièmes Crus (Second Growths) in the 1855 Bordeaux Wine Official Classification. The estate sits right on the northern edge of the Saint-Julien AOC, bordering the vineyards of Château Latour in Pauillac.

    $693.75

  • Château Pichon-Longueville Baron (1.5L magnum) 2006

    Château Pichon-Longueville Baron, a leading Pauillac 2éme Cru Classé estate, is one of Bordeaux's most illustrious "super seconds". In 1987 it was bought by the AXA Millésimes Group, who also own Cantenac-Brown, Petit-Village, and Suduiraut.

    $925.00

  • Château Haut-Bailly 2009

    Château Haut-Bailly is a Graves Cru Classé estate that has really hit form in the last 5-7 years.

    $928.00

  • Les Forts de Latour 2010

    "Latour is unquestionably the most consistent of Bordeaux’s first growths.

    "True to its reputation this wine is as remarkable in the finer vintages as in the lesser ones.

    "Generally powerful, tannic, rich, dense, and intense, the wines of Latour are always top flight and extremely long-lived."

    — Robert Parker

    $930.00

  • Château Ducru-Beaucaillou 1990

    James Lawther MW: The style of Ducru-Beaucaillou is one of elegance combined with the balance and fruit character one expects from St-Julien. The Léovilles can be more powerfully structured, and Gruaud-Larose occasionally richer, but Ducru-Beaucaillou leads with its finesse and length and freshness on the finish. These are wines that are generally slow to develop, needing a good ten y...

    $708.75

  • Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande 1995

    Château Pichon Longueville Lalande is one of the most important Super Seconds and this 2ème Cru Classé Pauillac estate has made tremendous strides in the last 20 years. This is largely due to the energy, drive and ambition of May-Eliane de Lenquesaing, who took over the property in 1978.

    $708.75

  • Château Cos d'Estournel 2005

    The estate of Château Cos d'Estournel sits right on the southern border of the Saint-Estèphe appellation; just down the road lies Château Lafite Rothschild, in the neighbouring Pauillac commune.

    $718.50

  • Château Pavie 1985

    "By the late 1800’s, Château Pavie and Pavie Decesse were fully separate estates. Close to the same time, the Macquin family was also busy purchasing parcels of vineyards in the same region too. Those purchases led to the creation of Château Pavie Macquin.

    $718.50

  • Château Cos d'Estournel 2010

    The estate of Château Cos d'Estournel sits right on the southern border of the Saint-Estèphe appellation; just down the road lies Château Lafite Rothschild, in the neighbouring Pauillac commune.

    $960.00

  • Château Léoville-Las Cases 2010

    The grand vin of Léoville-Las Cases was classified as one of the original fifteen Deuxièmes Crus (Second Growths) in the 1855 Bordeaux Wine Official Classification. The estate sits right on the northern edge of the Saint-Julien AOC, bordering the vineyards of Château Latour in Pauillac.

    $965.00

  • Château Lynch-Bages 2000

    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.

    $970.00

  • 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 p...

    $748.50

  • Les Forts de Latour 2005

    "Latour is unquestionably the most consistent of Bordeaux’s first growths.

    "True to its reputation this wine is as remarkable in the finer vintages as in the lesser ones.

    "Generally powerful, tannic, rich, dense, and intense, the wines of Latour are always top flight and extremely long-lived."

    — Robert Parker

    $999.00

  • Château Cos d'Estournel 1986

    The estate of Château Cos d'Estournel sits right on the southern border of the Saint-Estèphe appellation; just down the road lies Château Lafite Rothschild, in the neighbouring Pauillac commune.

    $753.75

  • Château Léoville-Las Cases 2005

    The grand vin of Léoville-Las Cases was classified as one of the original fifteen Deuxièmes Crus (Second Growths) in the 1855 Bordeaux Wine Official Classification. The estate sits right on the northern edge of the Saint-Julien AOC, bordering the vineyards of Château Latour in Pauillac.

    $1010.00

  • Château Léoville-Las Cases 1996

    The grand vin of Léoville-Las Cases was classified as one of the original fifteen Deuxièmes Crus (Second Growths) in the 1855 Bordeaux Wine Official Classification. The estate sits right on the northern edge of the Saint-Julien AOC, bordering the vineyards of Château Latour in Pauillac.

    $772.50

  • Château Ducru-Beaucaillou 2005

    "The style of Ducru-Beaucaillou is one of elegance combined with the balance and fruit character one expects from St-Julien.The Léovilles can be more powerfully structured, and Gruaud-Larose occasionally richer, but Ducru-Beaucaillou leads with its finesse and length and freshness on the finish."

    $1042.00

  • Château Rauzan-Ségla 1986

    CHANEL purchased Château Rauzan-Ségla in April 1994 and immediately started a full renovation programme. The vineyard has been drained — a 15-kilometre network is now in place, two parcels of Petit Verdot were planted and three hectares of vines were grafted over with Merlot.

    $1100.00

  • Château Pavie 2009

    "It is increasingly apparent that the simplistic bashing by some wine writers of Gerard Perse and his wines, as well as the 'American taste', is undermining their credibility ... as it should. As each new vintage gets released, consumers can taste Pavie and the other Perse wines and see for themselves how profound Pavie is.

    $832.50

  • La Chapelle d’Ausone 2009

    Château Ausone is named after the Roman poet Ausonius who owned over 100 acres of vineyard around Saint-Émilion. It is perched on the hillside in the southern outskirts of the village of Saint-Émilion.

    $846.00

  • Château Ducru-Beaucaillou 2009

    "The style of Ducru-Beaucaillou is one of elegance combined with the balance and fruit character one expects from St-Julien.The Léovilles can be more powerfully structured, and Gruaud-Larose occasionally richer, but Ducru-Beaucaillou leads with its finesse and length and freshness on the finish."

    $1150.00

  • La Chapelle d’Ausone 2010

    Château Ausone is named after the Roman poet Ausonius who owned over 100 acres of vineyard around Saint-Émilion. It is perched on the hillside in the southern outskirts of the village of Saint-Émilion.

    $891.00

  • Les Forts de Latour 2000

    "Latour is unquestionably the most consistent of Bordeaux’s first growths.

    "True to its reputation this wine is as remarkable in the finer vintages as in the lesser ones.

    "Generally powerful, tannic, rich, dense, and intense, the wines of Latour are always top flight and extremely long-lived."

    — Robert Parker

    $1190.00

  • Château Pavie 2001

    "It is increasingly apparent that the simplistic bashing by some wine writers of Gerard Perse and his wines, as well as the 'American taste', is undermining their credibility ... as it should. As each new vintage gets released, consumers can taste Pavie and the other Perse wines and see for themselves how profound Pavie is.

    $907.50

  • Château Cheval Blanc (375ml) 2009

    "Cheval Blanc, which is translated into 'white horse', has a long, coluorful history in St-Émilion that is traced all the way back to 1832. That was the year the Ducasse family purchased land from the much larger estate of Château Figeac. Prior to its rebirth as Cheval Blanc, the vineyard was better known as Le Barrail de Cailloux, which is loosely translated into 'the barrel of...

    $1300.00

  • Château Léoville-Las Cases 1990

    The grand vin of Léoville-Las Cases was classified as one of the original fifteen Deuxièmes Crus (Second Growths) in the 1855 Bordeaux Wine Official Classification. The estate sits right on the northern edge of the Saint-Julien AOC, bordering the vineyards of Château Latour in Pauillac.

    $1310.00

  • Château Pichon-Longueville Baron (1.5L magnum) 2005

    Château Pichon-Longueville Baron, a leading Pauillac 2éme Cru Classé estate, is one of Bordeaux's most illustrious "super seconds". In 1987 it was bought by the AXA Millésimes Group, who also own Cantenac-Brown, Petit-Village, and Suduiraut.

    $1310.00

  • 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 p...

    $1020.00

  • 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

  • Château Cos d'Estournel 2009

    The estate of Château Cos d'Estournel sits right on the southern border of the Saint-Estèphe appellation; just down the road lies Château Lafite Rothschild, in the neighbouring Pauillac commune.

    $1418.00

  • Château Mouton Rothschild 2001

    Originally known as Château Brane-Mouton before its purchase by Nathaniel de Rothschild in 1853, Mouton Rothschild is a wine that can safely be said to have gone up in the world. It was originally given only "second growth" status in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification (allegedly because the vineyard was owned by an Englishman). However, after extensive lobbying by owner Baron Philip...

    $1072.50

  • Château Pavie 2010

    "It is increasingly apparent that the simplistic bashing by some wine writers of Gerard Perse and his wines, as well as the 'American taste', is undermining their credibility ... as it should. As each new vintage gets released, consumers can taste Pavie and the other Perse wines and see for themselves how profound Pavie is.

    $1515.00

  • Château Mouton Rothschild 1995

    Originally known as Château Brane-Mouton before its purchase by Nathaniel de Rothschild in 1853, Mouton Rothschild is a wine that can safely be said to have gone up in the world. It was originally given only "second growth" status in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification (allegedly because the vineyard was owned by an Englishman). However, after extensive lobbying by owner Baron Philip...

    $1230.00

  • Château Margaux 1995

    With wine production beginning in the 16th century — or possibly even earlier — Château Margaux has a venerable history. It was one of only four wines to acquire first growth status in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification.

    $1407.00

  • Château Mouton Rothschild 2005

    Originally known as Château Brane-Mouton before its purchase by Nathaniel de Rothschild in 1853, Mouton Rothschild is a wine that can safely be said to have gone up in the world. It was originally given only "second growth" status in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification (allegedly because the vineyard was owned by an Englishman). However, after extensive lobbying by owner Baron Philip...

    $1544.25

  • Château Cos d'Estournel 1982

    The estate of Château Cos d'Estournel sits right on the southern border of the Saint-Estèphe appellation; just down the road lies Château Lafite Rothschild, in the neighbouring Pauillac commune.

    $1653.75

  • Château Léoville-Las Cases 1986

    The grand vin of Léoville-Las Cases was classified as one of the original fifteen Deuxièmes Crus (Second Growths) in the 1855 Bordeaux Wine Official Classification. The estate sits right on the northern edge of the Saint-Julien AOC, bordering the vineyards of Château Latour in Pauillac.

    $1665.00

  • Château Margaux 1986

    With wine production beginning in the 16th century — or possibly even earlier — Château Margaux has a venerable history. It was one of only four wines to acquire first growth status in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification.

    $2226.00

  • Château Lafite Rothschild 2001

    The wine estate of Château Lafite Rothschild has a long and distinguished history. Originally the property of Gombaud de Lafite in the 13th century, it has changed hands many times since.

    $1710.00

  • Château Prieuré-Lichine (5L imperial) 2001

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

    $1714.50

  • Château Latour 2001

    In the 14th century, Gaucelme de Castillon built the tower from which Château Latour gets its name, and wine production on the estate also began around this time. The tower is long gone; the wine, however, has gone from strength to strength.

    $1717.50

  • Château Latour 1986

    In the 14th century, Gaucelme de Castillon built the tower from which Château Latour gets its name, and wine production on the estate also began around this time. The tower is long gone; the wine, however, has gone from strength to strength.

    $2340.00

  • Château Lafite Rothschild 1988

    The wine estate of Château Lafite Rothschild has a long and distinguished history. Originally the property of Gombaud de Lafite in the 13th century, it has changed hands many times since.

    $1822.50

  • Château Lafite Rothschild 2009

    The wine estate of Château Lafite Rothschild has a long and distinguished history. Originally the property of Gombaud de Lafite in the 13th century, it has changed hands many times since.

    $1860.00

  • Château Lafite Rothschild 2010

    The wine estate of Château Lafite Rothschild has a long and distinguished history. Originally the property of Gombaud de Lafite in the 13th century, it has changed hands many times since.

    $1875.00

  • Château Lafite Rothschild 1990

    The wine estate of Château Lafite Rothschild has a long and distinguished history. Originally the property of Gombaud de Lafite in the 13th century, it has changed hands many times since.

    $2520.00

  • Château Margaux 1996

    With wine production beginning in the 16th century — or possibly even earlier — Château Margaux has a venerable history. It was one of only four wines to acquire first growth status in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification.

    $1935.00

  • Château Lafite Rothschild 2005

    The wine estate of Château Lafite Rothschild has a long and distinguished history. Originally the property of Gombaud de Lafite in the 13th century, it has changed hands many times since.

    $1995.00

  • Château Mouton Rothschild 2009

    Originally known as Château Brane-Mouton before its purchase by Nathaniel de Rothschild in 1853, Mouton Rothschild is a wine that can safely be said to have gone up in the world. It was originally given only "second growth" status in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification (allegedly because the vineyard was owned by an Englishman). However, after extensive lobbying by owner Baron Philippe de Roths...

    $2895.00

  • Château Pavie 2000

    "It is increasingly apparent that the simplistic bashing by some wine writers of Gerard Perse and his wines, as well as the 'American taste', is undermining their credibility ... as it should. As each new vintage gets released, consumers can taste Pavie and the other Perse wines and see for themselves how profound Pavie is.

    $3045.00

  • Château Prieuré-Lichine (5L imperial) 2000

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

    $2304.75

  • Château Latour 2005

    In the 14th century, Gaucelme de Castillon built the tower from which Château Latour gets its name, and wine production on the estate also began around this time. The tower is long gone; the wine, however, has gone from strength to strength.

    $3250.00

  • Château Cheval Blanc (1,500ml) 2006

    "Cheval Blanc, which is translated into 'white horse', has a long, coluorful history in St-Émilion that is traced all the way back to 1832. That was the year the Ducasse family purchased land from the much larger estate of Château Figeac. Prior to its rebirth as Cheval Blanc, the vineyard was better known as Le Barrail de Cailloux, which is loosely translated into 'the barrel of...

    $3750.00

  • Château Margaux 2000

    With wine production beginning in the 16th century — or possibly even earlier — Château Margaux has a venerable history. It was one of only four wines to acquire first growth status in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification.

    $4232.00

  • Château Ausone 2010

    Château Ausone is named after the Roman poet Ausonius who owned over 100 acres of vineyard around Saint-Émilion. It is perched on the hillside in the southern outskirts of the village of Saint-Émilion.

    $3915.00

  • Château Lafite Rothschild 1996

    The wine estate of Château Lafite Rothschild has a long and distinguished history. Originally the property of Gombaud de Lafite in the 13th century, it has changed hands many times since.

    $5220.00

  • Château Ausone 2009

    Château Ausone is named after the Roman poet Ausonius who owned over 100 acres of vineyard around Saint-Émilion. It is perched on the hillside in the southern outskirts of the village of Saint-Émilion.

    $5270.00

  • Château Cheval Blanc (1,500ml) 2009

    "Cheval Blanc, which is translated into 'white horse', has a long, coluorful history in St-Émilion that is traced all the way back to 1832. That was the year the Ducasse family purchased land from the much larger estate of Château Figeac. Prior to its rebirth as Cheval Blanc, the vineyard was better known as Le Barrail de Cailloux, which is loosely translated into 'the barrel of...

    $5750.00

  • Château Ausone 2005

    Château Ausone is named after the Roman poet Ausonius who owned over 100 acres of vineyard around Saint-Émilion. It is perched on the hillside in the southern outskirts of the village of Saint-Émilion.

    $4666.50

  • Château Lafite Rothschild 1986

    The wine estate of Château Lafite Rothschild has a long and distinguished history. Originally the property of Gombaud de Lafite in the 13th century, it has changed hands many times since.

    $4815.00

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