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Les Cinq Pattes Bordeaux Rouge Classic, everyday claret made from Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, and a popular wine for weddings and functions. Generous, brambly fruit flavours waft from the glass, and the wash is lightly tannic and fresh, with very good length. Superb with roaste...
Ch Beaulieu 2009 Puisseguin From Puisseguin, one of Saint-Emilion's so-called 'satellites', Chateau Beaulieu was a Gold Medal winner from the Brussels World Competition last year.
Medium bodied with light tannins, dark cherry and sage notes, and a dry finish.
A beautiful ma...
Château Graves de Rabion 2009 From the famed 2009 vintage, a rich and suave Saint-Emilion with a smoky, concentrated nose. Dark fruit, with hints of balsam and minerals on the palate. Approachable now but may be kept with confidence up until 2015.
Matches beautifully with duck ...
Château Bertin 2008 St-Georges Letters from the Roman Consul and poet Ausone to Rome indicate that wines from this estate were served at the table of Cesar!
Back to the present and the juice for the 2008 comes from extremely old vines (fifty years) on south-facing slopes, result...
Château Bibian 2008 An opulent and generous nose of kirsch and blackberries leads on to a weighty palate, intensely flavoured with juicy cassis, nutmeg and vanilla.
A relatively high proportion of petit verdot is used in this cuvée and it shows in the deeply-coloured,...
Château de Malleprat 2006 Nicely-mature Pessac with attractive aromas of spiced blackcurrant and toasty barrique leading on seamlessly to a mid-weight, grainy-tannined palate of sweet, dark cherries, cedar, earth and cigar box. Round, fleshy and long.
Drink 2012 - 2015 with ...
Saint Emilion Grand Cru 2009 has been hailed by some as "the greatest vintage ever" in Bordeaux, but there is a great generosity and opulence to the wines that mean they can either be drunk early or cellared with confidence.
A wine like Haut-Pezat, brimming with plush fru...
Clos Sainte Anne 2008 This fine Pomerol - bottled unfiltered so as to retain as much character as possible - is wickedly moreish, with a luxurious spiced plum and truffles character.
Supple and mellow already, it can be enjoyed now (after decanting), ideally with dark m...
Hauts de Lynch Moussas 2003 The Haut-Medoc is home to Bordeaux’s most prestigious communes: Pauillac, Margaux, Saint-Julien, and Saint-Estephe. Les Hauts is the ‘second wine’ of Chateau Lynch-Moussas, produced from younger cabernet and merlot vines, and different plots of...
Château Lynch Moussas 2008 Medium-bodied and savoury, with dusty tannins, fresh acidity, and flavours of cassis, cigar box, and mint. Long, dry finish.
Lynch-Moussas is owned by the Castéja family, who operate the well-known Bordeaux négotiant business Borie-Manoux. The win...
Château Haut-Pauillac 2009 Pretty nose of creme de cassis, blueberries and cedar follows through to a mid-weight, fine-tannined palate of briar fruit, forest floor, incense and coffee. Plush, opulent and ultra-refined.
Pauillac is red-wine...
Château Poujeaux 2008 'The star of Moulis, as well as a perennial sleeper and best-buy qualitative pick in the Médoc, this estate continues to turn out excellent wines. Poujeaux is clearly a wine that deserves to be ranked as a fifth growth in any new classification of t...