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

    Mocha flavoured nose. Aromatic.This is fully ready ... Quite full, plummy and fruity, but essentially a bit loose-knit. Quite good plus.

    750ml bottle

    €89.00

    Out of stock

  2. Château Léoville Barton

    Deep ruby. Wonderfully perfumed nose offers cassis, minerals, tobacco, flowers, mocha and truffle. Bright, mineral-driven and concentrated, with terrific underlying backbone giving energy and definition to the dark berry, mineral and chocolate flavours. There's a floral lift here that's exhilarating to find in the very ripe 2005 vintage. Finishes very long and classy, with a firm tannic spine. An outstanding vintage for this wine.96 Points Wine Spectator

    750ml bottle

    €195.00

  3. Château Ducru Beaucaillou

    "Loads of crushed berries on the nose, with hints of flowers and minerals. Very aromatic. Full-bodied, with fine tannins and a long, cappuccino and berry aftertaste. Really refined." 92 points Wine Spectator

    750ml bottle

    €259.00

  4. Château Léoville Barton

    The 1985 is a gorgeously open-knit Barton with a sweet nose of lead pencil, sweet black cherries and currants, and a hint of underbrush and new oak. Medium-to-full-bodied with expansiveness, supple tannins, and outstanding concentration, this is a beautifully made wine that still tastes like it is an adolescent and may even have an ever greater upside as it continues to age. The low acidity and sweet tannins, however, suggest it has entered its plateau of maturity. Anticipated maturity: now-2018.

    750ml bottle

    €295.00

    Out of stock

  5. Château Léoville Barton

    In most tastings of the 1989 and 1990 vintages I have had a strong preference for the 1990, but in this tasting the 1989 provided the most charming drinking with its soft, voluptuous texture, big, spicy, cedary nose, sweet, expansive fruit, medium body, and excellent richness and purity. The wine reveals no amber at the edge, but it tastes surprisingly evolved and already delicious. I would not hesitate to drink it over the next 12-15+ years.

    750ml bottle

    €295.00

  6. 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

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

    The late Michel Delon always thought that this was the greatest vintage he had produced. We often tasted it side by side with the 1982, because I always preferred the latter vintage. Of course, the two vintages are quite different in style, with the 1986 a monument to classicism, with great tannin, extraordinary delineation, and a huge, full-bodied nose of sweet, ripe cassis fruit intermixed with vanilla, melon, fruitcake, and a multitude of spices. The wine has always been phenomenally concentrated, yet wonderfully fresh and vigorous. The wine still seems young, yet it is hard to believe it is not close to full maturity. It is a great example of Leoville Las Cases, and another compelling reason to take a serious look at the top Cabernet Sauvignon-based Medocs of 1986. - Robert Parker

    3.00L jeroboam

    €2,750.00

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