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Chateau Arnauton Grand Sol 2004 (1x 75cl)

Displaying ripe black fruit aromas with a touch of coffee and toasted bread, the palate is fruity but with a subtle complexity and elegance.


Chateau Camensac 5Eme Cru Classe 2007 (1x 75cl)

Chateau Camensac are one of the less well known classified growths. It is a fifth growth in Haut Medoc, just north east of St Julian and in the past Michel Rolland consulted there. They only have plantings of cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, with the average vine age being 35 years old. They ferment in stainless steel vats then age the wine in a mixture of new and old oak barrels for 17-20 months. Medium bodied with a round mouth feel and gentle tannins. There are flavours of black fruit, earthy characteristics and slightly agricultural notes. A wine to enjoy now with roast meats.


Chateau De Sours La Source Red 2006 (1x 75cl)

A rich and concentrated beautifully balanced wine that will drink relatively young but last well into the next decade. The color is very rich, dark red. The aroma is fuller and slightly perfumed. On the palate the wine has cooked berry flavours - almost jam. The wine has a firm and strong back bone that delivers a stunning finish.

Chateau Du Glana Cru Bourgeois 2007 (1x 75cl)

St Julien

While the Merlot in this wine  is very rich, with superb aromatic complexity, the Cabernet Sauvignon which is dominant in this wine is a later ripening grape variety.  This means it was able to benefit fully from the long period of fine autumn weather to ripen and develop full colour and flavour at its own pace.

(57% Cabernet Sauvignon, 43% Merlot)


Chateau La Gurgue Cru Bourgeois 2007 (1x 75cl)

Roughly 50/%0 Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot with just a dash of Petit Verdot, the grapes for this wine were hand harvested then traditionally vinified in concrete and wooden vats. It was aged for 12montsh in oak with 25% aged in new barrels. Notes of blackberry, cherry and herbs with a mushrooms, forest floor character with good acidity and firm tannins.

Chateau Meyney Cru Bourgeois Superieur 2007 (1x 75cl)

Well-built and intense with very ripe tannins that are not at all harsh. A really good vintage for Meyney showing lots of power and personality.

Chateau Meyney Cru Bourgeois Superieur 2008 (1x 75cl)

The intense ruby colour of this wine leads the taster to predict a rich and powerful substance. Very expressive on the nose, the wine shows lovely notes of blueberries, blackcurrant, violet, followed by mineral hints and notes of grilled bread. On the palate, as predicted by the appearance, the wine is powerful, with a great elegance. It is perfectly balanced, medium bodied with velvet tannins and a long length, leaving a sensation of accomplished pleasure after tasting.


Chateau Moulin Haut Laroque 2004 (1x 75cl)

Château Moulin Haut Laroque-outsider is number one on the right bank. Jean-Noël Hervé is the first to have shown that we could get fat finals Fronsac while having bodied wines. He released the name of a complex of rustic tannins. In the early 2000s, he has achieved something even more famous: Fronsac show that can overcome a type of wine round mid-palate, yet simple in the final, to go to a Eancé and deep wine with subtle and refined finish.

Chateau Quinault L'enclos Grand Cru Classe 2007 (1x 75cl)

This wine has a beautiful purple red color. Its fragrance is complex, combining fruit notes with some aromatic freshness. His mouth, fleshy and velvety, giving way to a long and fruity finish.


Chateau Quinault L'enclos Grand Cru Classe 2008 (1x 75cl)

This wine has a colour of a beautiful dark red. Its fragrance is intense, with notes of red fruits, complemented by a melted toasted. Its mouth is both dense and velvety, giving way to a long and fruity finish.

Chateau Ruat Petit Poujeaux Cru Bourgeois 2005 (1x 75cl)

An elegant purple tinted wine with a powerful nose of red and black fruits and subtle cedar and tobacco notes. On the palate it is spicy with lots of juicy fruit, good acidity and fine tannins.


Chateau Talbot Connetable De Talbot 2007 (1x 75cl)

Chateau Talbot, we trust, needs minimal introduction: a Bordeaux Quatrième Cru chateau (and a veritable institution) in Medoc’s St-Julien AOC. Their grand vin, or first wine, is a Bordeaux superstar: thing is, you’ll seldom find it at less than £50 a bottle … and then you need to cellar it for ten years. This, the Connetable, on the other hand, is the chateau’s second wine and this, the 2007, has been cellaring nicely; supple body, soft tannins: check. This is a big but complex wine, as you might expect from its heritage. It does all that you would expect of a big, Left Bank red – cedar, vanilla, tobacco boxes – yes, all of that – atop the cassis of the Cab Sauv and the plums of the Merlot.


Chateau Talbot Connetable De Talbot 2008 (1x 75cl)

The second wine from St Julian producer Chateau Talbot. This is an accessible wine and drinking well now. It has notes of black fruit, agricultural, farmyard hints and touches of vanilla with finely grained tannins.  
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