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  1. Château Trottevieille

    An intense ruby-red colour. Delicate woody aromas with notes of toast and ripe fruit. In the mouth the attack is supple and full, the tannins refined and the structure very aromatic. The red fruit comes to the fore - blackberry and cherry. Excellent concentration and a fresh finish with good aromatic return of the fruit.

    750ml bottle

    €69.50

    Out of stock

  2. St. Emilion Grand Cru - Château La Reverence - Seán Gilley © 2011

    The wine displays deep, dark flavours of blackberry and plum, with a touch of cocoa and underlying mineral notes. The wine drinks well on release and should age well for 15-20 years.

    750ml bottle

    €69.50

  3. Château Figeac - Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

    This is an impeccable Figeac, almost accessible now, but glorious in 8 years time.

    750ml bottle

    €129.00

    Out of stock

  4. Château Clos Fourtet

    "Dark core but shaded at the rim. Attractively distinctive nose – something actually quite terroir-driven about this one at last!!! Glossy and very flattering and gorgeous with a good texture, and some really interesting flavour as opposed to just macerated black cherries. Refreshing. Limestone? Exciting." Jancis Robinson

    750ml bottle

    €295.00

  5. Château Cheval Blanc

    "Eighty thousand bottles of 2004 Cheval Blanc were produced from a blend of 55% Cabernet Franc and 45% Merlot. Subtle herb, menthol, cranberry, black currant, and licorice aromas emerge from this dark ruby/plum-coloured wine. It is medium-bodied and elegant with plenty of sweet fruit... The complexity and nobility of Cheval Blanc's gravelly terroir is apparent in this delicate, subtle St.-Emilion. Give it a few years to develop additional aromatics, and drink it over the following 12-15." - Robert Parker

    750ml bottle

    €695.00

  6. Château Cheval Blanc

    "The complex, explosively fragrant 1999 Cheval Blanc is a blend of 59% Merlot and 41% Cabernet Franc. It is already showing well, which is a good sign for a wine that traditionally is reserved early in life, but puts on weight and richness in the bottle. Stylistically, this wine is probably cut from the same mold as vintages such as 1985, 1966, and 1962. The colour is a dense ruby with purple nuances. Once past the blockbuster bouquet of menthol, leather, black fruits, licorice, and mocha, the wine reveals medium body, extraordinary elegance, purity, and sweet, harmonious flavours with no hard edges. This is a seamless beauty of finesse, charm, and concentration. The 1999 is an exciting Cheval Blanc to drink relatively young. Anticipated maturity: 2006-2022." - Wine Advocate

    1.5L magnum

    €1,650.00

  7. Château Ausone

    Château Ausone is St. Emilions superstar, the quality equivalent of a Médoc first growth. Dense, rich, subtle and yet not heavy, it is one of the longest-lived, most elegant and concentrated Bordeaux wines.
    Château Ausone is known for elegance, finesse, and extraordinary personality and concentration. Its fascinatingly complex aromatics (of characteristic crushed stone and minerals accompanied by black currants, plums and licorice) are evenly matched by intense -- but not heavy - flavours in great balance. It is more tannic than the average St. Emilion, and may need several years of aging before it is at its most approachable. Its plateau of maturity is 15-50 years following the vintage.

    750ml bottle

    €2,450.00

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