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  1. Chateau Margaux Grand Cru Classé

    "Performing well from bottle, Chateau Margaux's 2001, which is somewhat reminiscent of both the 1985 and 1999, is an elegant, seamlessly constructed effort with a deep ruby/purple colour, and a beautiful nose of flowers, creme de cassis, blackberries, and cedar..."-Wine Advocate

    750ml bottle

    €895.00

  2. Louis Roederer - Cristal Rose

    A salmon pink hue, with radiant highlights and incredible youth. A regular, refined and lively effervescence. An intense, rich, bewitching bouquet of red fruit and citrus zest associated with more complex notes redolent of cedar and spring sap. The aromas evolve gently in the glass evolving from dried fruits, fresh almonds and frangipane, to notes of Tarte Tatin, oven- baked apples and caramel. In tastings, the wine is soft and silky on the palate with a marvelous harmony of flavour and concentration of fruit. The attack is fruity and crisp. Finesse and fruit combine to create a full palate that melts in the mouth, giving way to candied citrus and dried fruits. The exceptional characteristics of the 1996 vintage have been literally captured in this generous epicurean Cristal Rosé 1996, which reveals a perfect equilibrium between concentration and finesse, richness and freshness, intensity and refinement.

    750ml bottle

    €895.00

  3. La Mouline Côte Rôtie

    Always the most forward, the 2003 Cote Rotie La Mouline incorporates a whopping 11% Viognier and spent 48 months in new barrels. Heavenly stuff, with sweet cassis, kirsch, roasted meats and exotic spice and floral-driven aromas and flavours, it’s massive and voluptuous on the palate, with no hard edges, thrilling concentration and a finish to die for. It’s the texture that sets this cuvee apart, and it’s as good as it gets. I was able to taste the 1999 La Mouline just prior to this, and this 2003 is every bit as good, if not better. Still a baby, enjoy it anytime over the coming two decades. Robert Parker 100 points.

    750ml bottle

    €895.00

  4. Paul Jaboulet Aine Hermitage 'La Chapelle' 1978

    Dark ruby, quite warm colour. Fabulous nose. Peppery and rich, with black fruits, coffee and juicy cherry note, some mushroomy notes and hints of damp undergrowth. Freshly ground coffee and then aromas of mushroom and truffle. Beautifully pure core of cassis and cherry fruit on the palate wrapped inside some firm tannins and quite high acidity.Really complex and structured. Needs more time, but very, very fine indeed.

    750ml bottle

    €895.00

  5. Château Léoville Las Cases - Grand Cru Classé, Saint-Julien

    Classic lead pencil, cassis, kirsch, cedar, and spice characteristics are abundant in both the nose and full-bodied flavours. The tannins are still there and this 1982 does not appear to have changed much in the last 10-12 years. One wonders how much patience admirers of this brilliant St.-Julien will continue to exhibit. Anticipated maturity: 2020-2050." Robert Parker, 100 Points

    750ml bottle

    €895.00

  6. Marchesi Antinori - Solaia

    Intensely fruity and complex with a good structure, well-balanced, with soft tannins and a lingering finish. Displays unmistakable varietal flavour while retaining strong regional character.

    750ml bottle

    €895.00

  7. Château Lynch Bages

    Medium colour but still still quite a powerful nose. A rich and creamy texture with great depth of chewy blackcurrant fruit. Fleshy but structured. This is still very good indeed. Impressive - even more so when revealed to be 1981! 17 points

    3.00L jeroboam

    €895.00

  8. Barbeito Sercial 1963

    Particularly good vintage for Sercial. Fragrant, clean-cut with along dry fleshy finish. Exhilarating !

    750ml bottle

    €895.00

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