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  1. Château Mouton Rothschild - Grand Cru Classé

    "Very smoky, with berry, coffee and tobacco aromas. Full-bodied, with polished velvety tannins, plenty of fruit and a cedary aftertaste. Tight and compacted. This is better than the 2000 Mouton. Solid and very, very fine. Persists for a long time on the palate. Best after 2009."
    94 Points Wine Spectator

    750ml bottle

    €695.00

  2. 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

  3. La Mouline Côte Rôtie

    Another ridiculous effort, the 2005 Cote Rotie la Mouline doesn't pull any punches and is perfectly balanced, deeply concentrated and shockingly rich, with a seamless, elegant and silky character that's to die for. Giving up notions of smoked beef, iron, spring flowers and thrilling black raspberry and blackberry fruit, this classic La Mouline has nothing out of place, beautiful purity and precision, and incredible length. More in the style of the 2010, it can be consumed anytime over the coming 2-3 decades. Robert Parker 100 points.

    750ml bottle

    €695.00

  4. La Landonne Côte Rôtie

    Dense purple to the rim with a nose of graphite, creosote, earth, olives, and black, black, black fruits, the primordial, full-bodied, monumental 2003 Côte Rôtie La Landonne is amazing stuff. I suspect this is more akin to a dry vintage port than most Côte Rôties ever tend to be, but the purity, the richness, the texture, the length are all out of this world. This wine does need some patience on the part of its purchasers, probably five years, more likely 8-10, but then one of the world’s most compelling elixirs will be at its peak for another 20-30+ years. Drink: 2007 - 2037. 100 points Robert Parker.

    750ml bottle

    €695.00

  5. Guigal "La Turque" Côte Rôtie

    Extremely dense and reserved, with only hints of coffee, bittersweet chocolate and charred applewood leaking out from the core of melted fig, black licorice, Lapsang souchong tea and currant preserve notes. Still chewy, with formidable tannins framing the nearly endless finish, this could be the hardest of the trio to break in while cellaring. Best from 2018 through 2034. James Suckling, Wine Spectator, 99 points.

    750ml bottle

    €695.00

  6. La Turque Côte Rôtie

    This is a prodigious effort that may eclipse any other vintage Guigal has ever produced! It possesses similarities to the 1999, but it is even higher in alcohol, more unctuously textured, thicker, and longer. Encapsulate the character of this single vineyard in a top year, add more depth, intensity, alcohol, and power, and this describes this freakishly rich 2003. It will be released after spending 42 months in 100% new oak casks, so consumers will have to wait until 2008 to purchase this stupendous gem. This 2003 is literally off the charts, as are many of the northern Rhones in this vintage. La Turque should last 30-35 years. This is the stuff of modern day legends. As for what it actually tastes like, just take my notes for any of the great vintages and add more power, glycerin, alcohol, tannin, and concentration ... that about defines this 2003! Robert Parker 100 points.

    750ml bottle

    €695.00

  7. Clos Du Val Cabernet Sauvignon

    This incredibly rich and intense Cabernet Sauvignon reveals a deep red colour with a purple-hued undertone. Layers of fruit, wood and spice create a complex nose that releases aromas of fleshy cherries, bay leaf, coffee and hazelnut. It is a fullbodied wine with an explosive entry and a kiss of chocolate. Smooth and seamlessly integrated, the wine leaves a lingering finish and a lasting impression.

    750ml bottle

    €695.00

  8. Château Latour

    Latour wine is an example of consistency no matter the vintage. Firm, tannic and concentrated in its youth, it needs a long cellaring to reveal its depth, its power and extraordinary wealth. Perfect maturity, the wine is characterized by an incredible bouquet of blackcurrant, hazelnut and leather. A monumental wine.

    750ml bottle

    €695.00

  9. Château Mouton Rothschild 1993

    Impressive 1993. The nose is immediately rich and complete, combining notes of old leather, blackcurrant with notes of coffee, mocha, toast and smoke.
    The wine is fresh on the palate and shows good structure with fine tannins, pleasantly underpinned by elegant oak and delicious cherry liqueur and caramel notes. The finish lingers on a pleasant impression of oak and vanilla, full of refinement and charm. Just class.

    750ml bottle

    €695.00

  10. Château Cos d'Estournel, 2ème Grand Cru Classé, Saint-Estèphe

    "A spectacular performance for this wine, Cos d'Estournel's 1982 exhibits a dark ruby/purple colour with light pink at the rim. Sweet aromas of jammy black fruits intermixed with roasted espresso and vanillin jump from the glass of this young, concentrated, full-bodied, succulent effort. An opulent texture, low acidity, and splendidly pure, concentrated, blackberry and cassis fruit suggest this 1982 can be drunk now, or cellared for another 15-20 years. An awesome wine! "Score 96, Robert Parker, Wine Advocate

    750ml bottle

    €695.00

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