St-Estèphe is the most northerly and largest of the Haut-Médoc communes. St-Estèphe is regarded for producing sturdy and long-lived wines.
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.
Ripe and straightforward, this is a claret with great all-round appeal. A backbone of blackberry fruit is supported by fine-grained tannins and subtle notes of sweet spice and toasted oak.
A classically meaty, robust St-Estèphe wine, made by this site that nestles between Montrose and Calon-Ségur.
Part of our Pop-Up Cellar sourced by Lay & Wheeler. 2010 Ormes de Pez has a very pure, stunningly rich nose.
Part of our Pop-Up Cellar sourced by Lay & Wheeler. This Cos shows in a masculine mould and will demand patience.