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Chateau Branaire Ducru 4Eme Cru Classe 2007 (1x 75cl)

A compex bouquet that combines fresh fruit and mineral hints with smooth spicy notes, Supple juicy and aromatic on the palate.

£36.54

Chateau Branaire Ducru 4Eme Cru Classe 2008 (1x 75cl)

Attractive bouquet of red and black fruit, lovely and fresh, clear cut and complex. Dense and round on the palate, it is powerful yet elegant and has a very creamy texture.

£38.90

Chateau Brane-Cantenac 2Eme Cru Classe 2008 (1x 75cl)

A second growth in Margaux with 75 hecatres of vineyards planted with predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot but with some Cabernet Franc and Carmenere as well. The grapes are fermented in a variety of oak vats, concrete tanks and stainless steel vats with separate parcels being vinified separately. The wine is then aged in French oak with a n average of 80% of it being new oak. It has classic notes of cassis, blackcurrant and tobacco with cedar and truffle notes. It is a soft, medium bodied win with elegant tannins.
£50.40

Chateau Camensac 5Eme Cru Classe 2008 (1x 75cl)

This wine is a very deep red colour, almost black, but is bright and shiny. The aromas are of black cherries, blackcurrant and fresh plum. There is also a hint of pepper and old rose. The use of wood in this wine is well judged making the flavours prolonged. There is a fullness to the wine which is well balanced by tannins. The finish has a spicy yet plummy note. This wine will drink well between 2013 – 2025.

£30.00

Chateau Carbonnieux Rouge 2005 (1x 75cl)

Deep red colour, with purple hues. A nose of red fruit, cocoa and roasted aromas, followed by crisp mentholated touches. Hints of violet then appear, followed by blackcurrant and fruit of the forest. Full and smooth initially. The tannins are dense and lend good structure to the wine, which is full-bodied and opulent, although it is still somewhat subdued, which promises outstanding potential.
£30.14

Chateau Clerc Milon 5Eme Cru Classe 2005 (1x 75cl)

The wine has a deep colour with a violet tint.The nose opens on pleasant smoky notes, followed by intense and powerful ripe berry fruit aromas, especially cassis and wild strawberry. Full-bodied and expansive on the palate, it displays close-knit tannins and a range of generous, varied flavours including blackberry, cherry, spice and liquorice.The ample and well-balanced finish combines the solidity of a well-defined structure with the charm and fullness of rich flavours enfolded in refined and judicious oak.

£57.60

Chateau Cos D'estournel 2Eme Cru Classe 2007 (1x 75cl)

A deep colour with shades of violet. A bouquet of spices and burnt wood with hints of orange peel and black-currant leaves. A gentle attack in the mouth with a close-knit, very unctuous background. A straightforward wine, superbly balanced, elegant and full bodied.

£93.24

Chateau Cos D'estournel 2Eme Cru Classe 2008 (1x 75cl)

A deep colour with shades of violet. A bouquet of spices and burnt wood with hints of orange peel and black-currant leaves. A gentle attack in the mouth with a close-knit, very unctuous background. A straightforward wine, superbly balanced, elegant and full bodied.

£100.80

Chateau d'Angludet Cru Bourgeois 2007 (1x 75cl)

Chateau d’Angludet is a seriously elegant Margaux without the price tag. The chateau sits surrounded by Cru Classé neighbours but is itself classed a Cru Bourgeois, meaning that this, their first wine, comes in at around half the price of its neighbours, yet at a very comparable quality. A classic mix of Cabernet Sauvignon (the majority), Merlot and Petit Verdot, this ready-to-drink Left Bank specimen has all the subtle, unique and classic Margaux flavours and is quite brilliant with big meats and cheeses. Or lay it down: this one will continue to improve for easily another ten years.

£30.16

Chateau Duhart Milon Moulin De Duhart 2010 Bottle (1x 75cl)

Vintage 2010Cabernet Sauvignon 51 %, Merlot 49 % The vineyard cycle began with a cold, relatively wet winter, resulting in a slightly later bud-break than in 2009, in mid-April. Growth was then boosted by dry, sunny weather in April.May and June were characterized by alternating periods of rain and sunshine. June began with a cold spell that complicated the flowering of the Merlot, resulting in flower abortion and uneven grape size. Fortunately, July was very dry (less than 20 mm of rain) with relatively high temperatures, which helped the vines to catch up from the delays caused during flowering. August and September were very dry, with beautiful daytime temperatures and cool nights creating ideal conditions for the grapes to slowly reach optimum ripeness. Tasting notes (at bottling): Bouquet of red fruit. A supple wine with plump, silky tannins.

£28.80

Chateau Giscours 3Eme Cru Classe 2007 (1x 75cl)

Beautiful dense, deep purple silky colour. The nose offers very ripe fruit with slight hints of menthol finishing with roasted notes (toast, hazelnuts). The attack is supple with good length carried by pleasant, well-integrated tannin leading onto a smooth finish.

£40.32

Chateau Gloria Cru Bourgeois 2008 (1x 75cl)

A deep, intense red colour. Lovely, jammy prune and blackcurrant aromas. Elegant, silky and precise on the palate, with dense, harmonious tannins. A smooth finish for this particularly attractive vintage.
£30.24

Chateau Grand Puy Ducasse 5Eme Cru Classe 2006 (1x 75cl)

Grand-Puy Ducasse 2006 has an intense, deep garnet colour, with a pure nose of ripe fruits and blond tobacco. The palate, juicy and delicious, is dominated by a vibrant fruit, mixed with notes of soft spices and of licorice. The wine is medium-bodied with integrated and silky tannins, and has a long length. It is a Pauillac to keep in the cellar and that has started to show a part of its charms.

£34.03

Chateau Grand Puy Ducasse 5Eme Cru Classe 2007 (1x 75cl)

The wines show elegance in their aromas. Fresh fruit is the chief aromatic component, with impressively deep colour and soft tannins.

£30.24

Chateau La Dome 2004 Bottle (1x 75cl)

A fragrant, ethereal-styled, dark ruby/purple-tinged effort, Le Dome’s 2004 offers a precise, pure nose of menthol, cranberries, raspberries, and cherries. This medium-bodied St.-Emilion, which obviously includes considerable Cabernet Franc in the blend, exhibits good ripeness, striking elegance, and potential complexity as well as purity. Although there is not a great deal of depth, it is a suave 2004 that should shed its tannin in 2-3 years, and drink well over the following 12-15. Drink 2007-2022. - Robert Parker JnrThe OWC wooden case has been opened and there are spaces in the case. Whilst this wine will not be sent out in OWC we can send the OWC out separately if you would like to use this for storage on buying all available stock.

£69.60
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