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  1. 2007 Château Lynch Bages, Pauillac

    On the nose, the freshness of the fruit stands out, finding subtle harmony with the wood. On the palate, it is rounded, smooth and mellowed. The tannins are silky and very ripe. The dazzling finish oozes with great class and is astonishingly long.

  2. 2004 Château Haut Bernat, Puisseguin St Emilion

    Merlot dominated, soft, yet structured claret from the 'right banks'. The wine has ripe tannins and excellent fruit concentration, yet elegant.

  3. 2008 Prelude à Grand Puy Ducasse

    The wine exhibits a dense, almost opaque colour with deep cherry and tobacco elegance on the nose.
    The palate is up-front with sweet ripe fruit and touches of spice. It has a gorgeous chewy and
    well-endowed plush texture. Pure, complex and interesting.

  4. 2008 Château Tayac, Cru Bourgeois, Margaux

    Made in the classic 'Claret' style, medium bodied and dry, with a firm palate comprising dark forest fruits, hints of wood complexity and spices and a well integrated, finely grained tannin structure which adds breadth and length. Medium bodied and dry with a firm palate comprising dark forest fruits, hints of wood complexity and spices. A well integrated, finely grained tannin structure adds breadth and length. (MSC)

  5. 2008 Château d'Issan, Margaux
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    2008 Château d'Issan, Margaux

    (12x75cl)

    Currently extremely youthful with a dark ruby/purple colour, as well as a sweet nose of cassis and spring flowers. Although this wine will never be muscular or exceptionally concentrated, it overdelivers with a stylish, elegant, and well crafted harmony among its structural components.

  6. 2009 Château d'Escurac, Médoc

    Good dark fruits with a hint of spicy oak. Palate is bright and juicy with well-balanced fruit, oak and appealing tannins. Will improve for up to 5 years.

  7. 2012 Château La Tuilerie des Combes, Lussac St. Emilion

    Beautifully developed garnet-red in colour. Shows a very ripe nose of concentrated fruits of the forest and a dense palate reminiscent of black cherries and chocolate with pretty notes of liquorice and eucalyptus. The typicaly bordelaise structure is flexible, with soft, rounded tannins that bring a balance and add length to the palate which finishes dry and clean.

  8. 2004 Château Gruaud Larose, Cru Classé, St. Julien

    A forward, deep purple wine with a sweet blueberry, kirsch and jam scented nose, medium bodied with more rounded up-front fruit than most of the other serious wines of St. Julien.

  9. 2014 Château La Croix de Queynac, Cordier

    This very fresh and fruity Bordeaux red offers violet notes, candied red berry aromas, fresh tannins and a juicy taste of blackcurrant and blackberries.

  10. 2007 Château Rauzan-Ségla, 2ème Cru Classé

    Vibrant purple in colour, the nose is packed with brambly fruit with elements of smoke and coffee. Round and supple with finely textured tannins structuring the midpalate alongside spicy red berry fruit and well defined oak influence. Classic, approachable claret style.

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