The Médoc - Cabernet Sauvignon dominated blends. The esteemed villages of Margaux, Pauillac, St-Julien and St-Estèphe are found in the Médoc.
This wine has a soft, fleshy and ample feel, combining soft bramble and ripe plum flavours with smooth tannins. Subtle cedar and leaf aromas complete the picture.
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A classic St-Emilion, offering a dense core of blackberry and cherry fruit, overlaid with notes of earth and underbrush. Grippy minerality and firm tannins provide texture and length. Ideal with lamb.
A medium-bodied, well-structured claret, with good ripeness and fruit concentration, and harmonious savoury characters.
Offering a soft and jammy fruit character, with subtle notes of damp earth and orange peel on the nose and a supple palate. Utterly approachable, this is a great match for simple stews or cassoulet.
A bright nose of red fruit with a perfumed edge follows onto the palate with added nuances of smoke, black pepper and subtle oak. Perfect with roasted goose or beef.
Deep ruby/purple colour with elegant blackberry and blackcurrant and truffle flavours, notes of cigar box, pepper and spices lead to hints of liquorice and earth on the finish.
With a classic 'left bank' nose of smoky blackberry fruit and pencil lead the palate is rich and rounded with assertive tannins, ample fruit and well integrated oak. Perfect with beef or lamb.
"The aromatics are still retrained, but the wine is full-bodied in the mouth, tannic, backward, and set for a relatively long life...". 92 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate.