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  1. Les Demoiselles de Falfas

    Demoiselles de Falfas has a very feminine character. Mainly made with Merlot from young vines this is a round, generous and crunchy wine full of black fruits. Vibrant and rich on the palate with discreet toasty notes.

    750ml bottle


  2. Château Rosalcy

    A very young but modern styled Bordeaux, that is actually drinking quite well. Cedar and ripe plum and berry fruit. Quite perfumed with a touch of oak. It's got some furry taninns but also nice rich plummy fruit and creamy oak. Good weight and length. It's really quite enjoyable. With food it's drinking really well. Modern but still classically from Bordeaux which is good.

    750ml bottle


  3. Château Durfort Vivens "Vivens"

    Beautiful dark red colour with purple tints. The nose is very expressive, with intense aromas of cassis and blackberries, which are also noticeable in the mid-palate. Ample and round, the body is well structured with polished tannins and delicate layers of oak. Smoke and slight spicy notes rise after further airing of the wine. Stylish and balanced, the 2009 Vivens is a very refined and multi-nuanced Margaux.

    750ml bottle


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  4. Château Tournefeuille Lalande de Pomerol - Seán Gilley © 2011

    This 2015 is very impressively elegant and is a blend of 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Franc. It is aged 12 months in oak barrels. The dark ruby red colour matches the cassis, soft fruits and plum aromas. On the palate, the balance is perfect and the tannins are succulent. Soft finish, where flavours last and last.

    750ml bottle


  5. 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


  6. Le Chevalier, Côtes de Bourg

    From the oldest vines of the estate - over 75 year old - Le Chevalier spent 18 months ageing in new oak barrels. Plenty of style. Rich, ripe, concentrated and full-bodied with notes of dark wild berries and a little spice well supported by acidity. Ample and voluptuous on the palate. Certainly one of the very best of the Côtes de Bourg appellation. A ‘Grand Vin’!

    750ml bottle


  7. Château Tournefeuille Lalande de Pomerol - Seán Gilley © 2011

    The wine is made from 70% Merlot and 30% and Cabernet Franc. The majority of the vineyards are 30 year or older. The wine is fermented in concrete tanks, and then aged for 12 months in barriques with about 1/3 new oak used.

    Stylistically, there are floral notes to complement the dark cassis fruit, dark chocolate and spice notes. There is also a silky texture and fine-grained tannins that all make for a lovely well-balanced wine.

    1.5L magnum


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