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Medium body and very smooth, it finishes with an herbal flourish that lingers. Learn More

100% Merlot. A light-colored purplish-red dress. A fragrant nose of red fruits (raspberries, cherries, etc.) and white flowers. A beautiful harmony reigns between the tannins and red fruits. Ideal as an aperitif to serving with desserts: fine cold cuts, and red meats Learn More

Climat is an exclusive selection of the vintage. dark and expressive color. The nose reveals subtle aromas of ripe fruit with hints of smoke / toasted, undergrowth and spices. The palate is full, tasty and well-constructed by a persistent matter. Depending on the vintage, style varies between the equilibrium wines and powerful wines in the final. Learn More

This fine wine is seductive and elegant dress. Its nose exudes flavors of ripe fruit (red and black fruit), undergrowth accompanied by a toasted vanilla, mocha, roasted. The palate is generous, fruity, delicately boned by a noble and fine spicy notes. A mouth of wine in slim finals, which says its quality by a very good balance. Learn More

The color is composed of a dark and brilliant red. On the nose, a light vanilla and wooden touch is underlined by aromas of plum, fresh mint, and black minty pepper with also a pinch of blackcurrant during the agitation. The attack is sharp and clear. The fine grain makes a silky thread. A light fat produces the scale and the sweetness. Some liquorice touches are born and finale persists for a long time. Learn More

This 100% Merlot wine is made with extreme care from vine to vat. This wine has great aromatic richness and an elegance worthy of the greatest Saint-Emilion grands crus. Learn More

The top-tier wine from Chateau Clarke is rich, concentrated and ripe, which is why it is now a gold standard in the southern Medoc district. Its grapes are manually harvested from low-yield plots, then sorted in the storehouse and channeled into the tanks by gravity. The wines are aged mostly in new barrels, where they mature for 14 to 18 months. Learn More

Made with Semillon 70% and Sauvignon Blanc 30%. Shiny gold, beautiful yellow highlights. Intense nose of candied citrus, passion fruit and lemongrass. The palate is refreshing with great delicacy and richness of white stone fruit and exotic fruit. Drink now or wait 2 years in the cellar. Learn More

50% Merlot, 50% Cabernet Sauvignon. At a recent tasting, I found it a very close mark to the Chateau de France, Oaky, Tannic, and full bodied, this is an excellent Bordeaux in a moderate price range. Learn More

Ripe fruit and mushrooms on the nose follow through to a full body, with round and chewy tannins. Serious concentration of fruit on the finish. A little rustic now, but should come around nicely with bottle age. Learn More

Chateau Cos d'Estournel 2005
WS 98 RP 97 ST 96 W&S 95 JS 99 V 97 WE 97
78% Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Merlot, 3% Cabernet Franc. Deep purple color. Extraordinary aromas of spices and chocolate, as well as a beautiful expression of fruit. It is rich and dense. Learn More

In homage to the pilgrims going to St Jacques de Compostelle, Chateau Cote Montpezat also goes under the label "Compostelle." Ideal with red meats, game, dishes with sauce such as lamprey, stew, and certain cheeses. Learn More

Made with 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon. An enticing nose of blackberry, accented with the fragrance of violets. This is a good example of the intense fruit and concentration in the excellent 2009 vintage of Bordeaux. The wine is opulent and mouth-filling with dark fruit flavors and firm tannins. This leads to a full, fruit-filled finish which will complement a wide range of richly flavored dishes. Learn More

Beautiful bright yellow color with green golden reflections. Complex nose made of citrus fruits, white flowers and hazelnut, highlighted by a fine and discreet woody. Opening in the mouth, the attack is revealed on the fat and then lies on a pure and fruity material. Learn More

Chateau d'Arcins 2011
WS 87 WE 85
This stunning cru—a blend of 60% Merlot, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc/Petit Verdot—is certainly a wine for the ages. Learn More

Dry, light bodied with complex fruit and berry flavors. Pair with medium-flavored, grilled or saucy chicken dishes, and grilled or saucy fish dishes.Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Learn More

Very ripe strawberries and raspberries with hints of cranberry. This wine has a creamy texture, yet it is delicate and fresh with a crisp finish. Learn More

The Cathars' story, one of the unquenchable spirit of man, juxtaposed with the inhumanity of man, imparts new significance on Languedoc's ruined towers and castles, some sitting high and seemingly inaccessible, on mountaintops. The label alone is worth the price. Lasting, robust flavor and a hint of spice make this a great wine for roasts and ham. Learn More

Mostly Merlot, with 10% Carmenere and 5% Petit Verdot for color and structure. Unusually - at least at this price point - the wine ages entirely in new and 1 year-old oak casks for a year. The result is a richly fruit-filled Bordeaux - cherry, cassis, plum - with sophisticated accents of smoke, cedar, and herb. Almost California fruit levels, but plenty of Bordeaux class at the end. Learn More

The grand wine of the property, with mostly merlot. Pleasant from its youth for its red-fruit aroma. The nose becomes more complex after a few years. Slightly tannic structure. Unfiltered and unrefined. Learn More

Beautiful, dark, intense garnet-red color, with good clarity. The bouquet initially offers forest aromas and then baked fruit (prunes). Full bodied, soft, and well balanced in the mouth, with good silky tannins and a pleasant, fruity finish. Learn More

Chateau de Brousse is an exceptionally rich, deeply colored and mouth-filling wine, with flavors of plush, ripe, spicy black cherries and currants with notes of dark chocolate. The wine is ready for current enjoyment and represents an amazing value. Learn More

2009 Château de Carlmagnus Fronsac is a smorgasbord of aromas, including blackberries, blueberries, licorice, graphite, and incense. Full-bodied, rich, and opulent, this wine will drink well young, yet age nicely for 10-15 years. Learn More

Made in the traditional vinification, this smooth red was aged in barrels for 6 to 9 months for matured roundness and elegant structure. Inviting bouquet of fruit, spice and a hint of earthiness. The “superieur” classification assures this rounded red is a notch above a standard Bordeaux red. Learn More

An exceptionally fresh if moderately rustic nose that is earthy and ripe leads to expressive red and blue fruit flavors that are delicious yet serious as there is firm structure present for a wine at this level. Learn More

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