Made in 2010, a magnificent Bordeaux vintage, from a blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, this has notes of raspberry and black cherry, well-integrated tannins and a bright finish.
This claret is steeped in history. The château was favoured by Henry IV - and uses old Bordeaux variety Carménère in the blend. Ripe. Brambly. Fresh.
This blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon is partially aged in oak and is structured and round, with rich black-fruit notes and a balancing acidity.
It's rare to find a Bordeaux Grand Cru for less than £20 - making this smooth, black-fruity wine an absolute steal. Great value - great flavour.
From the stellar 2015 vintage and just hitting its stride this is rich and indulgent with bright fruit flavours of cherry and blackcurrant enhanced by notes of cedar and vanilla.
It has aromas of vanilla and cedar, integrated tannins, flavours of red fruit and cocoa and an excellent length. Pair this with rich meats or cheese on a winter evening.