Chateau Rousseau de Sipian, Cru Bourgeois, 2011
Chateau Rousseau de Sipian, Cru Bourgeois, 2011
Chateau Rousseau de Sipian, Cru Bourgeois, 2011

This wine has a nose of bramble fruit, cedar and a touch of tobacco. A deep red appearance, firm rich dry tannin and good length on the palate. Soft and rounded. A lovely elegant claret.

The Grand Vin of Château Rousseau de Sipian is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot coming from the parcels with the best exposure.   The grapes are picked by hand when they reach optimal maturity then vinified in accordance with the quality potential of each vintage.   Afterwards the blended wines are aged in oak barrels for a minimum of 12 months.  Finally, at the end of this period a meticulous selection of the different lots is made and the wine now finished is bottled.
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Château Sénéjac, Haut-Médoc, 2009
Château Sénéjac, Haut-Médoc, 2009
Château Sénéjac, Haut-Médoc, 2009

‘This is a major sleeper of the vintage and the finest Senejac I have tasted. The team from Pontet Canet, who have done such a phenomenal job at that estate, were in charge of making this Senejac, and the result, not surprisingly, is a sensational wine that consumers need to buy by the case. Dense purple, with notes of creme de cassis, incense, licorice and forest floor, this wine is delicious and full-bodied, with sweet tannins, low acidity, copious fruit and exceptional concentration. Everything is in balance, and the wine is capable of lasting 10 or more years.’ – Robert Parker, Wine Advocate, Feb 2012.

Chateau Senejac

Owned by Lorraine Cordier, whose family also own Château Talbot. One of the better known Crus Bourgeois of the Haut-Médoc and always offer very good value for money.

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Clarendelle inspired by Haut-Brion, Bordeaux AOC, 2010
Clarendelle inspired by Haut-Brion, Bordeaux AOC, 2010
Clarendelle inspired by Haut-Brion, Bordeaux AOC, 2010

A rich, ripe core of dark fruit, tobacco, leather and spices, cassis, plum and cedar too. A wonderful blend of classic Bordeaux styling with modern fruit purity.

Impressive generosity of flavour (delicious, rich dark fruits) with elegant structure, the greatness of the vaunted 2010 vintage is confirmed at every point from the succulent entry to the long, fine finish. Supported by a velvety bed of fine ripe tannins with a spine of juicy acid and liquorice spice, it’s approaching its very best drinking – released at 5 years old, it will only improve over the next 5 years.

90 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

“This wine, which is a blend of the three basic varietals planted in Bordeaux – Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc – is a major sleeper of the vintage and far exceeded my expectations, and that, of course, is all good news. Lots of red and black currant fruit, licorice, spice and soft tannins have resulted in a silky, opulently styled wine that far exceeds its humble origins and appellation. Drink it over the its first decade of life, although the position of Prince Robert is to release this wine only when it is showing some maturity, as their target market is largely consumers desiring immediate gratification and restaurants seeking similar qualities. (RP)”

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Clos Louie, Côtes de Castillon, 2007
Clos Louie, Côtes de Castillon, 2007
Clos Louie, Côtes de Castillon, 2007

A tiny organic vineyard with pre-phylloxeric vines owned by Pascal and Sophie Lucin Douteau.

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Clos Louie, Côtes de Castillon, 2008
Clos Louie, Côtes de Castillon, 2008
Clos Louie, Côtes de Castillon, 2008

A tiny organic vineyard with pre-phylloxeric vines owned by Pascal and Sophie Lucin Douteau.

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Clos Louie, Côtes de Castillon, 2009
Clos Louie, Côtes de Castillon, 2009
Clos Louie, Côtes de Castillon, 2009

A tiny organic vineyard with pre-phylloxeric vines owned by Pascal and Sophie Lucin Douteau.

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Clos Louis – ‘Louison & Leopoldine’, Cotes de Bordeaux Castillon, France 2014
Clos Louis – ‘Louison & Leopoldine’, Cotes de Bordeaux Castillon, France 2014
Clos Louis – ‘Louison & Leopoldine’, Cotes de Bordeaux Castillon, France 2014

A tiny organic vineyard with pre-phylloxeric vines owned by Pascal and Sophie Lucin Douteau. ‘Louison & Leopoldine’ is their second wine; with a high proportion of Cabernet Franc it has a charm and elegance and is drinking wonderfully right now.

Red cherry with hints of mint, creamy and smooth on the palate. Expressive and with fine depth of flavour – a good find.’ – www.bordeaux.com

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Clos Puy Arnaud, Cotes de Bordeaux Castillon, 2009
Clos Puy Arnaud, Cotes de Bordeaux Castillon, 2009
Clos Puy Arnaud, Cotes de Bordeaux Castillon, 2009

– For one of the best wines Bordeaux can offer, look no further than this one! With an immense palate, highly concentrated notes of cassis, and firm, ripe tannins, this wine is the ideal vintage to show off class and elegance. You’ll love the hint of clove in the aftertaste, as well as the notes of blackberry, cedar, forest floor, and licorice. There’s even touch of incense in this opulent wine, which only tastes better the longer it is allowed to age.
This biodynamic Bordeaux with its intense fruit character is the perfect wine to go with venison.

– This stunning wine, with black/purple color, exhibits notes of blackberry, licorice, incense, forest floor and cedar along with a hint of toasty oak. The wine is opulent, even sumptuous in texture, has stunning purity and a provocative 45+ second finish. This is another over-achieving Castillon that should drink well for at least a decade or more.’ 92 points Robert Parker, Feb 2012

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Sauternes Gold Reserve, Filhot, 1998 (37.5cl)
Sauternes Gold Reserve, Filhot, 1998 (37.5cl)
Sauternes Gold Reserve, Filhot, 1998 (37.5cl)

A delicious, fully mature Sauternes from Chateau Filhot – relabelled as Gold Reserve. The unctuous sweetness of youth is settled into a light and elegant style. Full of dried fruit and marmalade flavours. There is a little orange pith dryness on the finish.

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