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A bright and inviting claret, with a nose of ripe black fruit and subtle hints of earth and forest floor. The mouth-feel is round and supple, yet enduring and possessing a pleasing complexity.
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Predominantly a Cabernet blend, this wine is grown on Pauillac's deep, gravelly soils.
This ripe and fleshy St-Emilion has an up-front, convivial character, offering lashings of jammy black and red fruit, supported by muscular yet supple tannins, and aromas of cocoa, incense and herbs.
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The second wine of the famous classed growth Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste shone in this magnificent Pauillac vintage. Drink it over the next 6-8 years.
Elegantly structured claret, with aromas of pencil lead and sandalwood, and a bramble backbone. A good level of ripeness, medium body, and tannins of a firm, taut character.
A medium-weight, well structured claret, with a dark purple blackcurrant backbone, accented by notes of roasted herbs on the nose. Good fruit concentration and sweetly defined tannins.
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A typically Cabernet-heavy blend, this is a robust, firm and well-textured middleweight claret. Powerful blackcurrant characters predominate, while leather and cedar notes add aromatic depth.
Whilst this wine may not be available from the Fine Wine Centre please check with your local store for availability. "Reveals a deep ruby hue, notes of sweet cherries, roasted herbs, licorice, and gamy meat, and good fruit, structure, purity, and freshness" - Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate.
"Spicy, cedary, herbal notes intermixed with red and black currants and some background oak make for a medium-bodied, well-made St.-Emilion that will drink nicely for 10-12 years". 87 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate (Feb 2009).
A more supple, early-drinking expression of the estate's style, the Sirene offers a fleshy core of fruit accented with notes of smoke, spice and creosote. The excellent 2006 vintage is drinking superbly now, and will continue to develop for another 5-10 years.
Medium-bodied, with and attractive character, full of berry fruit and dried herb notes.
The second wine (of Pichon-Lalande), the 2007 Reserve de Comtesse, is a lighter, but equally soft and approachable version of the grand vin. 87 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate (April 2010).
The 2008 is nevertheless a robust wine, with both ripeness and a savoury edge, with a cocoa bitterness, notes of woodsmoke and textural tannins.
Sarget de Gruaud Larose was introduced in 1979 as the second wine of the famous St-Julien second growth Gruaud Larose.
'..excellent fruit, medium body, sweet tannin, and a seductive, lush personality. It may merit an outstanding score with another year or two of bottle age.' Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate, 89 points
A smoky, evolved and savoury nose with suggestions of forest mushrooms and charcuterie against a background of red berry fruit. Nicely balanced tannins, medium body and a silky finish.
A classic Pauillac, this is an obvious major improvement from the proprietors, the Casteja family. 89 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate.
Now drinking at its peak, the 2002 is a medium-bodied and complex wine, with the classic notes of earth, graphite and forest floor embellishing a core of blackcurrant fruit and persistent, textural tannins.
The 2006 is now in its peak drinking window and offers an expressive blueberry, violet and spice-tinged character.
"The superb second wine [of Leoville-Las Cases], the 2005 Clos du Marquis, reflects the utter brilliance of the 2005 grand vin…" Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate (2008)
"...the 2008 Haut-Batailley reveals delicious, sensual, black raspberry and black cherry fruit…" Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate (2009)
"...Abundant tannin in addition to a deep ruby/purple hue, superb purity, and a lovely texture are found in this delicious Pauillac…" Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate (2007)
A complex nose of spicy black fruit, pencil lead and black truffle. On the palate there is a rich core of dark fruit with a lovely integration of tannin, acidity and wood. Fully mature and therefore drinking well now. Decant before serving.
Very deep in the glass and the nose is ripe and classic. This has a lot of upfront fruit on the powerful and full-bodied palate. The structure is underpinned by the oak, giving it a very upright style.
A dense, fruity wine with good structure and firm tannins.
The 2002 vintage was most successful for Cabernet-dominated blends from the Médoc and, according to Clive Coates, this Grand-Puy-Lacoste is in the top 20 clarets made.
A deep and intense appearance in the glass; the nose is enticing, offering characters of ripe berry with herb nuances as well as toasted oak. The palate exudes finesse, ripe dark fruit of blackcurrant and plum, precise flavours and fine tannins. This has to be the best Réserve de la Comtesse we have tasted (at Lay & Wheeler).
This wine is ripe and rich, with excellent concentration of pure black fruits. It has ripe tannins wirth a savoury finish.
Produced from younger vines at this most famous of Chateaux this Merlot dominated blend displays all the character of the first wine and the demonstrates the superb terroir which Palmer has.
"...Powerful, rich, and full, but less tannic than the 2005 and more opulent, this is a dazzling Branaire to drink between 2017-2035". 96 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
"Rauzan-Segla's finesse-styled 2004 offers raspberry, cherry, forest floor, and dried herb-like characteristics. It is not a blockbuster claret, but rather a stylish, elegant, accessible effort with sweet tannin". Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate.
Dense ruby/purple, with sweet blackberry and black currant fruit with hints of smoke, espresso roast, and new saddle leather, this is another impressively endowed but tannic, backward style of wine. 91 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate.
In the vernacular, it is closed for business, with medium to full body, high levels of tannin, and good acidity in a more structured, classic style than the 2003. This is a big, traditionally made wine to forget for a good 5-8 years. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2020. 90 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate.
This is an opportunity to purchase a legendary wine which can be drunk and enjoyed in a mere couple of years.
There is a serious volume of wonderfully ripe fruit yet with a precision peculiar only to great wines. Very fine indeed and an undoubted star of the vintage.
One of the rising stars of Pauillac, Pontet-Canet has made an excellent wine in the early-maturing 2007 vintage, and is believed by many to be a rival to many first-growth properties. Impressive purity of fruit, with good concentration and ripeness, and a firm tannic structure. Drink now - 2020.
This second wine of Léoville-Las-Cases offers a complex bouquet of cassis and toasty oak, and a lush, well structured palate. Now fully mature and ready to drink.
"Medium to full-bodied, dense, and excruciatingly tannic, this impressively endowed Pauillac is built for the long haul." Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate, 90 points
"A nose of cassis, licorice, spicy oak, and minerals. Powerful and medium to full bodied, with high tannin but a sensational finish (35+ seconds)." Robert Parker
"...A blend of 71% Cabernet Sauvignon and 29% Merlot, it is unquestionably outstanding, but to my taste, slightly less opulent than the estate’s ethereal 2003…" Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
'Attractive cassis aromas jump from the glass of this dark ruby/purple-tinged 2004. Given its flavor profile and softness, the 2004 will have wide consumer appeal.' Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
Always a favourite in the UK
Now ready to drink this is classic and elegant St-Julien displays both ripeness and supporting structure, with notes of lead pencil and blackberry it will require decanting.
"Made in an elegant, approachable style without the blockbuster depth and meat found in the finest vintages (2000 & 1996)…" Robert Parker, Wine Advocate, 89 points
The palate is elegant and refined with vibrant berryfruit to the fore. Distinctive and not as heady as some, this has taken on a bit more weight since bottling.
"Medium to full-bodied with exceptional precision and definition, this beautifully textured wine stands out as one of the most successful wines of this irregular vintage." Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate, 93 points
"..a forward, medium-bodied, pretty effort revealing notes of cranberries, black cherries, cassis, and earth. Full of finesse it should be consumed over the next 10-12 years." Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
"...The wine is fully mature and soft, with beautiful concentration and purity…" 92 points, Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
Closed but promising, this is a tannic, masculine style of wine in 2006, with an inky bluish/purple color as well as aromas of incense, charcoal, smoked meats, and the classic creme de cassis that one finds in the top Pauillacs. 92 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate.
More compact than many in this vintage, this has pleasing harmony and gentle direction lent to the fruit by soft, round tannins. A forward and attractive La Mission.
"…Subtle but substantial, layered, and textured, with medium body as well as up-front flavors, low acidity, and ripe tannin…" Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
The second wine of the famous first growth Château Margaux from what was a fantastic vintage for Merlot.
"A fabulous wine, and one of the two greatest Talbots of the last 50 years, this wine still has a very murky garnet/plum/purple color and a spectacular nose…" Robert Parker, Bordeaux Book, 3rd Edition
Beautiful aromas of tobacco, saddle leather, coffee and cassis, follow through on the palate, which is a full bodied backward style with plenty of ripe tannins and glyercin, giving the wine a lush finish.
Displaying a harmony, succulence and lushness as impressive as any wine in the commune.
A rich, powerful wine that shows plenty of toasty oak, spice and earthy aromas. The palate delivers firm tannins alongside classic fruit flavours of cherries, blackberries and blackcurrants.
A rich, muscular wine exhibiting black fruit, truffle and cigar box notes on the nose, followed by a rich, tannic palate.
A mature example of a wine that always matures wonderfully, revealing a medium weight, brick-red, wine with a soft, elegant, beautifully-balanced character.
...Rich and medium to full-bodied, but excruciatingly tannic, this is an intensely concentrated Ducru-Beaucaillou with formidable aging potential. Drink 2002-2030. 92 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate (Jan. 1998).
A tightly knit wine showing plenty of black fruit, violets and cigar box notes. Rich and full, with firm tannins, it will age gracefully over the next ten years.
Fleshy, opulent, and nearly decadent, with terrific fruit, a creamy texture, and supple tannin, it can be enjoyed over the next 12-15+ years. 91 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate.
"It is clearly the finest Lynch Bages since the 1989 and 1990. Anticipated maturity: 2004-2025." Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate, 94 points
It possesses more power, weight, and tannin than the more opulent and currently more charming 1985. 95 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate (1994).
"The wine is open, flattering, and impossible to resist. It will continue to mature for 15-20 years." Robert Parker, Bordeaux Book, 95 points
One of the top wines of the vintage, with a nose of blackcurrant fruit and sweet oak. An exceptional wine that is drinking magnificently already.
"...Full-bodied with velvety tannins that have resolved themselves beautifully over the last eleven years, this wine is still an adolescent, but it exhibits admirable purity…" Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
A structured and powerful Las Cases but there is no sign of over-extraction. Richness of fruit tempers a strong framework.
The 2005 Forts de Latour (10,000 cases produced) possesses much of the same character as Latour, but sweeter tannins, more obvious and forward fruit, medium to full body, and a more seductive, plusher style, but not the great stature, richness, and architectural precision of its bigger brother. 92 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate.
"One of the finest values in top-class Bordeaux has been the 1990 Pichon-Longueville-Baron.The wine is opulent and flamboyant..." Robert Parker, Wine Advocate, 96 points
"Its dense purple color reveals a slight lightening at the edge and the stunning bouquet offers classic notes of creme de cassis, subtle smoke, oak and graphite. Powerful and rich with some tannins still to shed at age 22... it should prove to be a 50 year wine." 99+ points, Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
Awarded 96/100 by Robert Parker in the Wine Advocate, this is a superb example of mature claret from a top property.
'Full bodied and supple, with copious quantities of ripe fruit and glycerin, this is a gorgeous Palmer.' Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
"It offers a tell-tale cassis-scented nose, and a monolithic, medium to full-bodied style." Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
The 1998 is a refined, elegant offering... but this is not an enormous or powerful Latour... Anticipated maturity: 2007-2025.' 89-91 points, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"The 1995 has continued to flesh out, developing into one of the great classics made under the Mentzelopoulos regime. The color is opaque ruby/purple. The nose offers aromas of licorice and sweet smoky new oak intermixed with jammy black fruits, licorice, and minerals..." Robert Parker, Wine Advocate, 95 points.
"..possesses unreal levels of extract, full body, intensely ripe, but abundant tannin, and a finish that lasts for nearly a minute." Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate, 99 points
"This massive, powerful example of Mouton exhibits huge tannin and immense body...Like Latour, the 1982 Mouton-Rothschild is a potential 50-60 year wine." Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate, 100 points
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