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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

  • Château Tour Sieujean (375ml) 2009

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

    $48.00

  • Les Allées de Cantemerle (375ml) 2005

    The Wine Cellar Insider: Château Cantemerle is a medium bodied, light, fresh, elegantly styled, charming Bordeaux wine that drinks well young and is usually best enjoyed during the first two decades of life, even in the best vintages. 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 ...

    $49.00

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    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

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    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

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    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 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

  • 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

  • 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 Cantemerle (375ml) 2005

    "Château Cantemerle is a medium-bodied, light, fresh, elegantly styled, charming Bordeaux wine that drinks well young and is usually best enjoyed during the first two decades of life, even in the best vintages. 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."

    $88.00

  • 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. —Clive Coates MW

    $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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

    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

  • Ségla 2009

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

    $125.00

  • 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 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 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 my heart is at Calon Segur" (hence...

    $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

  • 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

  • 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

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