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  • 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 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 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

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