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The palate exhibits rich flavors of blackberries, mild spicing and tobacco, with tannins which are somewhat prominent. This elegant wine has a long and complex finish. Learn More



Deep, dark ruby in color, this wine's rich bouquet is full of ripe forest fruit with a hint of chocolate. The fruit flavors continue in your mouth with an accent of ripe fruit, quality tobacco, and excellent vanilla. This complex wine will enhance every meal but is best served with cold meats or veal dishes. Learn More

WE 90


The wine color is a deep bordeaux with a tinge of black. Its aroma combines blackberries, ripe cherries, dried plum, and prime tobacco. The taste is full bodied and its pleasant tannins enhance the the abundant fruit flavors. Balanced acidity gives the wine richness and harmony. The wine has a very long finish. Pair with rich meat dishes or full-flavored hard cheeses. An elegant and complex wine which will age and improve for many years. Learn More



A full bodied wine with concentrated aromas of very fripe fruit and strong tannins, offering rich and diverse tastes on the palate. Pair with brie cheese or rich dark chocolate. This wine will age well. Learn More



Brilliant red violet color and an aromatic complexity that highlights black fruits along with vanilla favor. Tremendous volume in the palate and a lengthy finish. Learn More



The fanciful name "Young Vines" reflects that the blend comes from vines Bressler planted in 1999. Young Vines is more approachable as a young wine and drinks beautifully right now. It is a very versatile wine that goes well with many foods, including chicken, pork and pasta, as well as the usual red meats (beef, lamb, veal, etc.). Learn More



A classic claret with generous concentration and smoothness that is an absolute thrill to drink now or further down the road Learn More

W&S 87


To be enjoyed with beef, lamb, spicy food, poultry, and pork. Learn More

D 85


Beautiful ruby purple red, a fruity nose of raspberries, blackcurrant, and a little vanilla. In the mouth, it has power and length with balanced and mellow tannins that get rounder with time, taking up a leather and spicy character. This Chateau Red will keep surprising, due to its complexity and richness. Due to its structure, it will go perfectly with game, red meat, dishes in sauce, as well as fish cooked with red wine. It should be served at room temperature between 64 and 68 degrees F, depending on the season. This wine should be opened a while before serving, or allowed to settle, in order to reveal its character. Learn More



Harmonious structure associated with a delicate, oaky character. The vintages of Chateau La Tonnelle exhibit a dark, sustained color with aromas of red and black cherry fruit. Rich and supple entry, fruity on the palate with delicate and lightly toasted oak notes. Long and silky finish. After a few years, the tannins soften and then give way to a charming blend. Learn More



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