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  1. Chateau Haut Selve Red Graves

    Chateau Haut Selve Red Graves


    Size 750ML

    This direct red offers a slightly gutsy feel to the plum, currant and fig fruit, lined with tar and anise notes. A light iron hint adds range on the finish. Drink now through 2015 Learn More
  2. S de Siran Margaux

    S de Siran Margaux


    Size 750ML

    S de Siran is the Second Wine of Château Siran, and is also from the Margaux appellation. It is sourced from the vineyard’s young plots and from a selection of the First Wine that varies according to the vintage. The average age of the vines is between 5 and 15 years and, depending on the vintage, the volume of S de Siran is 30 to 40% of the total volume of production of the estate’s Margaux appellation wine.

    The grape composition is a blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. This wine, which we look on as the little brother of the First Wine, is made with the same care and attention that the First Wine receives. It displays both charm and complexity and generally should be enjoyed within 5 to 7 years of age.

    Ideal drunk young and popular with numerous restaurants, it pairs well with white and red meats as well as with pasta dishes, pies and soufflés.

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  3. 2009 Chateau Malmaison

    2009 Chateau Malmaison


    Size 750ML

    Wine Spectator 88 points: This has a good sappy feel, with kirsch and cherry preserves flavors laced with a pepper note and a lively tobacco streak. Shows a stony edge on the finish. Drink now through 2015 Learn More
  4. T'Jara Reserve Red 2007

    T'Jara Reserve Red 2007


    Size 750ML

    Dark ruby color. Nose: currant, blackberry, and plum with accents of cedar, graphite, baking spices, vanilla, dark chocolate, and tobacco. Medium body on the palate: redcurrant, black plum, and black raspberry framed by baking spices, graphite, vanilla, cedar, and tobacco. Medium+ acidity. Moderate/lighter tannins. Lingering tobacco leaf, plum skin, graphite, and baking spices on the moderate/long finish. The fruit has a very fresh, juicy quality. Great focus. Straightforward with pristine fruit and good acidic structure. Drink now. Learn More
  5. Justin Isosceles 2011

    Justin Isosceles 2011


    Size 375ML

    Bright with a dark ruby purple core lightening slightly at the rim. Aromatic with ripe black cherry, cassis and a touch of red berry brightness, with toasted vanilla, licorice, and cinnamon spice combined with cedar and subtle smoky cocoa notes. Full bodied with black cherry, black currant, and red berry fruit on the entry, mixed with complex spice of vanilla, licorice and cola accents. The mid-palate shows savory cabernet notes with smoky cedar, chocolate, and continuing ripe black fruit. The finish is very long and full with bright cherry candy fruit and spice, balanced with firm, plush tannins that will smooth out even more with each year as this wine matures. The 2011 Isoceles has great fruit character while remaining elegant and balanced on the palate, continuing the quality winemaking tradition started 25 years ago. Learn More
  6. Ch Destieux Saint Emillion 2006

    Ch Destieux Saint Emillion 2006


    Size 750ML

    2006 vintage red Wine by Chateau Destieux from Bordeaux, France Learn More
  7. Chateau Montrose Saint-Estephe 2006

    Chateau Montrose Saint-Estephe 2006


    Size 750ML

    Critics have scored this as one of the top 5 Saint-Estephe wines: The Wine Advocate gave the 2010 vintage a score of 100 and Jancis Robinson gave the 2010 vintage a score of 18/20. Numerous prizes have been won by this wine: the Guide Hachette des Vins awarded the 2007 vintage 2 Stars and the 2006 vintage 2 Stars. This is among the highest-priced wines from Saint-Estephe. The price has been stable over the past year. Learn More
  8. Chateau Canon La Gaffeliere Grand Cru Classe 2010

    Chateau Canon La Gaffeliere Grand Cru Classe 2010


    Size 750ML

    Canon-La-Gaffelière have long been making some of the best value top quality wine in St-Emilion, and were rightly promoted in 2012 to Premier Grande Cru Classé level. The wine is around 55% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Franc and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon and is modern and approachable in style. Learn More
  9. 2005 Chateau Pavie Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

    2005 Chateau Pavie Saint-Emilion Grand Cru


    Size 750ML

    The Wine Advocate: 98+ points Now that the 2005 Pavie is in the bottle, I would place it, qualitatively, a notch below the prodigious 2000, and a few notches above the blockbuster 2003. There are 7,000 cases of this 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc, and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon blend. Disregarding the blatant jealousy of his success as well as his “outsider” status, proprietor Gerard Perse has pushed the envelope of quality, fashioning first-growth quality wines from one of Bordeaux’s finest terroirs. In St.-Emilion, only Ausone can be considered to have greater potential in terms of micro-climate and terroir. Pavie’s 2005 exhibits a thick-looking purple color to the rim as well as an exquisite perfume of blueberry and blackberry liqueur, unsmoked cigar tobacco, crushed rocks, damp earth, and hints of truffles and incense. The vineyard’s limestone soils have provided massive concentration, a laser-like precision, fresh, zesty acidity, and massive tannin. Despite the wine’s enormous concentration and intensity, there is a lightness to its style. As Perse has made clear, he is trying to produce modern day versions of such great vintages as 1921, 1929, 1945, and 1947, wines that lasted 50 or more years. I do not understand why Perse receives so much criticism. In the blind tastings of each new vintage conducted by the Grand Jury European, Pavie usually wins against 100 or so other great Bordeaux. As they say, the truth is irrefutable - this is one of the world’s most outstanding wines, and the 2005 Pavie should take its place among the greatest achievements of Bordeaux in the last 50 years. Anticipated maturity: 2020-2060. Learn More

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