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  • 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 La Tour Blanche (375ml) 2010

    Interestingly, this significant (and historical) estate is owned and run by the French Ministry of Agriculture, after its original owner bequeathed the property to be used for winemaking education.

    $80.00

  • 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 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

  • Château de Fargues (375ml) 2002

    “In 1472, 300 years before the Lur Saluces family acquired the famous Château d’Yquem, they owned Château de Fargues. While de Fargues has never been classified, the quality of the wine produced is brilliant. Still owned by the Lur Saluces family, it receives virtually the identical winemaking care that Yquem does. In some vintages, de Fargues has often been the secon...

    $132.00

  • Château de Fargues (375ml) 2006

    “In 1472, 300 years before the Lur Saluces family acquired the famous Château d’Yquem, they owned Château de Fargues. While de Fargues has never been classified, the quality of the wine produced is brilliant. Still owned by the Lur Saluces family, it receives virtually the identical winemaking care that Yquem does. In some vintages, de Fargues has often been the secon...

    $170.00

  • Château de Fargues (375ml) 2005

    “In 1472, 300 years before the Lur Saluces family acquired the famous Château d’Yquem, they owned Château de Fargues. While de Fargues has never been classified, the quality of the wine produced is brilliant. Still owned by the Lur Saluces family, it receives virtually the identical winemaking care that Yquem does. In some vintages, de Fargues has often been the secon...

    $185.00

  • Château de Fargues (375ml) 2009

    “In 1472, 300 years before the Lur Saluces family acquired the famous Château d’Yquem, they owned Château de Fargues. While de Fargues has never been classified, the quality of the wine produced is brilliant. Still owned by the Lur Saluces family, it receives virtually the identical winemaking care that Yquem does. In some vintages, de Fargues has often been the secon...

    $232.00

  • Château Suduiraut 1975

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

    $330.00

  • Château d'Yquem (375ml) 2013

    "Yquem’s greatness and uniqueness are certainly a result of a number of factors.

    "First, it has a perfect location that is said to have its own microclimate. Second, the Lur Saluces family installed an elaborate drainage system with over 60 miles of pipes. Third, there is a fanatical obsession at Yquem to produce only the finest wines regardless of financial loss or trouble.

    $455.00

  • Château d'Yquem (375ml) 2006

    "Yquem’s greatness and uniqueness are certainly a result of a number of factors.

    "First, it has a perfect location that is said to have its own microclimate. Second, the Lur Saluces family installed an elaborate drainage system with over 60 miles of pipes. Third, there is a fanatical obsession at Yquem to produce only the finest wines regardless of financial loss or trouble.

    $609.00

  • Château d'Yquem (375ml) 2007

    "Yquem’s greatness and uniqueness are certainly a result of a number of factors.

    "First, it has a perfect location that is said to have its own microclimate. Second, the Lur Saluces family installed an elaborate drainage system with over 60 miles of pipes. Third, there is a fanatical obsession at Yquem to produce only the finest wines regardless of financial loss or trouble.

    $695.00

  • Château d'Yquem (375ml) 2010

    "Yquem’s greatness and uniqueness are certainly a result of a number of factors.

    "First, it has a perfect location that is said to have its own microclimate. Second, the Lur Saluces family installed an elaborate drainage system with over 60 miles of pipes. Third, there is a fanatical obsession at Yquem to produce only the finest wines regardless of financial loss or trouble.

    $745.00

  • Château d'Yquem (375ml) 2009

    "Yquem’s greatness and uniqueness are certainly a result of a number of factors.

    "First, it has a perfect location that is said to have its own microclimate. Second, the Lur Saluces family installed an elaborate drainage system with over 60 miles of pipes. Third, there is a fanatical obsession at Yquem to produce only the finest wines regardless of financial loss or trouble.

    $999.00

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