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Louis Jadot Rosé 2019Floral and fruity, fresh red currant and raspberry fruit character. Serve chilled as an aperitif or with salads, pasta dishes, grilled fish, and cold meats.
Domaine Houchart Côtes de Provence Rosé 2019This lively, crisp wine gives both intense acidity and great fruitiness. It's bright, with a line of fresh red currant flavors that are delicious and drinkable right now. Vine Age: 21 years Top 100 Best Buy Wines for 2019 & 2018!
L'Ostal Cazes Rosé 2019Very pale, clear and delicate pink in hue. The highly complex and delicate nose offers a subtle combination of rose petals and pomegranate. On the palate, the attack is supple, light and fresh. The finish offers a pleasant touch of freshness with fruity aromas and pomegranate notes. Pairs well with caprese salad, ceviche, fish tacos, or grilled vegetables.
Chateau d'Esclans Whispering Angel 2019Fresh red berry fruit characteristics with floral nose. Ripe and fleshy feel on the palate. Dry (zero sugar). Great concentration. Smooth and round finish. No astringent aftertaste or bite. Extremely easy drinking. No matter what style of wine you drink, everyone finds something in Whispering Angel that they enjoy and can identify with (from beginner to wine experts).
Ottella Roses Roses 2019COLOUR • Light pink, onion-like skin. NOSE • Enveloping with hints of white peach, a pleasurable development and good mineral sensations. PALATE • A wine of remarkable fineness and character. Supported by a fine acidity. The taste buds find satisfaction in the continuity and balance. FOOD • Freshwater and marine fish, white meats, light, summer dishes in general. Also excellent as an aperitif.
Villa Wolf Pinot Noir Rosé 2018The Pfalz (aka ‘Palatinate’) region is in the Rhine river valley in southwest Germany, directly north of France’s Alsace region. The low-lying Haardt mountains protect the area from cold, wet Atlantic weather, making it one of the warmer and drier areas of Germany. Wine grapes do quite well here where it is possible to achieve full ripeness in every vintage. The predominant soil type in this area is well-drained, weathered sandstone. It produces wines with a fruit-driven purity and a stony structure. The Villa Wolf Pinot Noir Rosé is made with fruit from vineyards farmed expressly for the purpose of producing a rosé. Only perfectly ripe , healthy grapes are selected. Upon harvest the fruit is given a brief maceration (four to six hours) to extract a lovely salmon color from the Pinot Noir grapes. The resulting wine is light and refreshing, with deliciously bright fruit flavors and a clean, zippy finish.
Henri Bourgeois Petit Bourgeois Rosé de Pinot Noir 2019This Loire Valley Pinot Noir takes advantage of 10th generation of winemaking experience of our family. The very well ripe grapes issued from slopes along the Loire river give to this wine a real bouquet of delicate red berries. Great companion of summer food such as grill meats, salads or brochettes, it also goes marvellously with your cocktail dinners and exotics meals like seafood tempuras or Vietnamese spring rolls. Grilled lemon chicken and poached salmon would also do a great match.
Commanderie de Peyrassol Cotes de Provence Rose 2019Cinsault, Syrah and Grenache make a balanced trio full of fruity flavours, nicely sharpened with a touch of Mourvèdre. Vinification and aging Harvested separately during the night when temperatures are coolest, the grapes are then de-stemmed and pressed. After fermentation they are aged in stainless steel vats. Tasting Its rosy appearance is soft as a dream, and an expressive, gourmet nose lends charm to this blend dominated by wild berries: gooseberry and raspberry reveal themselves in a crisp, silky palate enhanced with an elegant touch of minerality. Ideal as an aperitif, to accompany tapas, but also goes well with all varieties of grilled fish, beef or fish tartar and fresh berry desserts.
Château-Val-d'Arenc Bandol Rosé 2016Rosé from Domaine de Val d'Arenc is produced by direct pressing of black grapes . The harvest has previously undergone short maceration at low temperature to exhale all its fruity bouquet and retain freshness and elegance. The savor and keep the custom is to enjoy a rosy year. Of course the Domaine de Val d'Arenc lends itself perfectly. He then reveals its freshness and vivacity. Her dress is adorned with a translucent and shiny salmon. Its elegant aromas are those of summer fruits (peach, cherry) and sweet spices. In his mouth clean attack is highlighted by a nice freshness. Peach aromas and apricot exhale. Bandol rosé is probably the best rosé of France. He deserves to age to thrive and make you reach new horizons inside. By opening a Val Domaine Arenc rosé aged one to three years are discovered floral aromas of rose and peony accompanied by strawberry notes . This wine is ideal with exotic cuisine, in particular African-not just for the nod to the origins of the family ... but because the spices do not scare him and he appreciates weddings sucrés- salty. Try it also with Provencal dishes like bouillabaisse, bouillabaisse or a wolf braised fennel. Or with tapas and finger food during an aperitif or a picnic. Grenache 40% Cinsault 40% Mourvèdre 20% (pic for display purposes only, see description for correct vintage)
Domaine de Terrebrune Bandol Rosé 2017Pale salmon-flesh color; delicate aroma zest of red grapefruit and lemon; exotic, spicy character. Great plenitude of flavors including passion fruit, and a beautiful minerally freshness which comes from the limestone soil.
Chateau Mourgues du Gres Costières de Nimes Les Galets Rose 201950% Syrah, 40% Grenache, 10% Mourvèdre. From vineyards blanketed in galets, the smooth round stones of Châteauneuf-du-Pape fame, comes a vivacious, garnet-colored rosé with bright red fruit notes. Galets Rosé gets a few hours maceration, 8 hours for Grenache and 2 for Syrah giving the wine a darker color than the Fleur d'Eglantine cuvee and a bit more spice and structure. Mourgues du Grès is recognized as one of the very best estates in the Costières de Nimes in the Revue de Vin de France, Guide Hachette, and Gilbert et Gaillard. Each bottle shows the emblem of the sundial that is on the wall of the winery, with the words "Sine Sole Nihil," which translates to "There is nothing without sunshine." For Mourgues du Gres, this symbolizes the maturity and harmony of the wines. The vineyards are located in the Mediterranean on the plateau of Beaucaire, where they benefit from both northern and southern sun exposure. The Rhône River is just a few miles away, and the vineyards are covered with galets, the same round flat stones that are famous in Châteauneuf-du-Pape. The vineyards have been certified organic by EcoCert since the 2011 vintage, and meticulous care and attention are paid to these vines; overall management, including crop thinning and pruning, are all carried out by hand. Organic fertilizers are used, and treatments are kept to a minimum. Whites and rosés are fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks; the reds are fermented in cement so that there is an oxygen exchange, then are aged in cement or barrels depending on the cuvée.
Anthony Road Rosé of Cabernet Franc 2019Aromas of cherry, watermelon, blood orange and red pepper. Flavors of watermelon, cherry and alpine strawberry with a hint of dried herbs.
Corzano e Paterno Il Corzanello Rosato 2019It's a delicate and dry rose wine with strawberry and cherry scents, fresh acidity and elegant texture. Great for aperitif, antipasti and grilled vegetables.
Domaine de la Fouquette Cuvee Rosée d'Aurore 2019In the picturesque wooded ridges of the Massif de Maures in the village of Les Mayons in Provence, 3rd generation wine growers Isabelle and Jean-Pierre Daziano farm their small family domaine naturally (without the use of pesticides or chemicals) in order to produce fresh, terroir-driven wines that capture the essence of Provence. This crisp, dry rosé is the quintessential Provencal style, made from a blend of Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah, and Rolle. It offers lovely citrus and strawberry aromas and flavors, with punchy watermelon notes on the palate accented by of currant and garrigue spice on the finish.
Château-Puech-Haut Argali Rosé 2019Not yet reviewed; 2015 vintage rated 90-92 points by Jeb Dunnuck (Wine Advocate): "The entry-level Rosé is the 2015 Languedoc Cuvee Prestige Rose, and it continues to be a sensational value. Made from 60% Grenache and 40% Cinsault, it’s light pink color is followed by perfumed notes of strawberries, orange blossom and spring flowers. Juicy, clean and refreshing, yet with texture, buy a case of this." The Prestige Rosé is finished in a unique opaque bottle with an all glass closure. Chateau Puech Haut occupies 170 hectares including 100 hectares of vines in Saint-Drézéry, a small village 15 km northeast of Montpellier, in the foothills of the Cevennes and belongs to the AOC Coteause du Langedoc. In Provence, a 'Puech' means a small hill (or mountain), a 'Puech Haut' is a hill higher than the others. This position, 'on a hill higher than the others', is conducive to exceptional drainage for the vineyards. The clay and limestone soil is composed of boulders brought by the Rhone in the Quaternary and its plots reside on hillsides protected from excessive temperatures by the nearby Mediterranean Sea and winds including the Mistral, the north wine pervasive in the region.
Saget la Perriére La Petite Perrière Rosé 2018Pinot Noir is a fragile and demanding grape, but it produces rosé wines of great finesse. This uncommon rosé is best young, full of fruit and freshness. With notes of sour cherry, raspberry, gooseberry with hints of spiciness, it is a jaunty and original wine that will leave you thirsty for more. Pairings: To drink as an aperitif with summer salads or grilled chicken but also with Chinese dishes.
Chateau d'Aqueria Tavel Rosé 2018Its deep aromatic complexity and its very special balance are the hallmarks of a great wine. Slightly lighter in hue than previous years, its robe is a dazzling ruby color. The attack on notes of spice opens onto a cocktail of red fruit and white fruit. Gorgeous generous mouth where the wide diversity of aromas of fruits combines with a structure that defines the balance of this wine. Food Pairing: Delicious with lamb curry, poultry in cream sauce, bouillabaisse, paella, Asian cuisine, goat cheeses.
Chateau Miraval Côtes de Provence Rosé 2019Miraval 2019 reveals a seductive and pure petal pink color. Full of freshness, it offers elegant aromas of fresh and delicious fruits like red currant, supported by slightly lemony, mineral, and saline notes. Its long and intense finish is the signature of a rosé with an incomparable elegance.
J Mourat Rosee de Jardin 2019
Château-de-Trinquevedel Tavel Rosé 2019Pink dress like raspberry, expressive nose with notes of little red berries. On the palate, the wine is very balanced and in line with the nose. The palate is full with a long length. Good acidity provides a tense finale. Beautiful complexity, fine, fresh, fruity and elegant Tavel. This Tavel rosé wine goes with any season and any meal. Delicatessen meats, white meat, grilled fish or topped with light sauce, spicy dishes, Asian cookery, sweet and sour dishes.
Chateau Pradeaux Bandol Rosé 2019Robust, rich, and complex with an ability to age gracefully.
Yves Cuilleron Sybel Rosé 2019This Rosé is sourced 100% from Syrah grown within the confines of the village of Chavanay. It is produced by the “saignée” method after a brief maceration of several hours. The fermentations are in stainless steel and the elevage continues for about six months before bottling in the spring following harvest. The immensely talented Yves Cuilleron has amassed a towering reputation over his 33-year career for rendering northern Rhône wines of typicity, depth, and pleasure. Tucked among his formidable and expansive lineup is “Sybel”—a rosé of pure hand-harvested Syrah produced from the bled-off juice of his many cuvées, fermented spontaneously and aged in a combination of steel and large wood. Both easygoing and surprisingly terroir-expressive, it is a rosé that could come from nowhere but the northern Rhône, and it represents remarkable value year-in and year-out.
Domaine Felines Jourdan Picpoul de Pinet 2019The Bassin-de-Thau , located just to the south-east of Montpellier, is a large inland expanse of water , with a very narrow thread of land hosting the town of Sete in the lee of the Mediterranean. Just to the north we find Domaine Felines Jourdan, widely regarded as the best producer in the region of the highly fashionable Picpoul-de-Pinet varietal. The etymology of the grape variety gives a clue to the style; ‘pique’ implying the crispness and firmness, ‘poule’, rather more tangentially, hinting at soft and maternal qualities. The wine has fine coloring with hints of green. It boasts a spicy and floral nose, distinctive with echoes of gun flint, aniseed and fennel, not to mention oyster shell, pebbles and almost a hint of honey. The wine is an unbeatable match for seafood platter, grilled fish and, when in season, asparagus. Most picpoul is made by one or two large co-operatives who make clean, but not always exciting wine. However, a few growers still make and bottle their own wine and this is one of the best. A Languedoc equivalent to Italy’s Soave
Paul Jaboulet Aine Cotes du Rhone Secret de Famille Blanc 2016Grenache endows a silky flesh, Marsanne lending a sleek vivacity, Viognier brings the aromatic exuberance, and the Bourbolenc delivers with floral freshness. A lively mineral-laced Rhone white, with wet stones and laser pure white fruit in a lip smacking and succulent white. Delivers the elegance and texture of the finest cool climate white wines.
Bouchard Pere & Fils Bourgogne 2015Intense color with a very aromatic bouquet of small ripe red fruits like cherry, raspberry, and currant. Beautiful flesh in mouth, a delicious marriage where tannins and fruits are pleasantly mixed. Founded in 1731, Maison Bouchard Père & Fils is one of Burgundy’s oldest wine merchant houses. Over the centuries, the House has been devoted to acquiring highly renowned parcels, in order to build a prestigious domaine: 130 hectares of vines in the heart of the Côte d’Or - 12 classified as Grand Crus and 74 as Premier Crus. The famed vineyards include: Beaune Gréves Vigne de L’Enfant Jésus, Chevalier-Montrachet, Montrachet, Corton, Corton-Charlemagne, Bonnes-Mares and Clos Vougeot to name a few. In 1995 this exceptional collection was purchased by Joseph Henriot, and is today part of Maisons & Domaines Henriot. Maison Bouchard Père & Fils has invested in a modern cuverie enabling the vinification of more than 100 different crus. From the vine to bottle, the process is handled with meticulous care, to ensure the most faithful expression of each terroir. Installed since the beginning of the 19th century on the site of the ancient Château de Beaune, Maison Bouchard Père & Fils uses the underground galleries and bastions of this fortress built by Luis XI, 10 meters below ground, for the slow maturing of its wines under optimal conditions. Millions of bottles, including a rare collection of prephylloxera wines rest in the cellars today protected by 7 meter thick walls.
Domaine de Vaufuget Vouvray 2016Straw color with white fruit aromas enhanced by subtle notes of wildflowers. Luscious and full on the palate, forward mixed-fruit flavors of ripe peaches, green figs, even a hint of banana; there's a distinct impression of sweetness. There's some acidity behind it all, drying it out a bit as the wine crosses the palate.
Kermit Lynch Vin de Pays du Vaucluse Blanc 2018This refreshing blend of Chardonnay and Viognier brings aromas of fresh sun-kissed peaches and cleansing rainwater, which make this wine an embodiment of a summer day. With a crisp and minerally finish, this lively dry white is the perfect accompaniment to your next picnic.
Domaine des Perdrix Nuits Saint Georges 2014Eye: Dark grenat-red colour with purple tints. Nose: Mild spices notes as cloves. Red berries notes as strawberries and cherries. Palate: On the palate, the wine is fruity with white Pepper notes. Fresh tannins. Lovely length on finish. Pairings: The Nuits-Saint-Georges 2014 will perfectly pair withlamb as navarin or fresh goat's cheeses. It can be served from now at 13-14° C or kept in cellar between 5 to 8 years. Important potential.
Château-Graville-Lacoste Graves Blanc 2017This Graves is distinguished by its high percentage of Sémillon, sourced from vineyards in the greatest white wine terroir in Bordeaux. Try this crisp, invigorating blanc with a platter of fresh seafood. The Graville-Lacoste property produces a Graves Blanc, known primarily for its stony soil composition and fresh minerality.
Etienne Sauzet Puligny Montrachet La Garenne 2016
Etienne Sauzet Puligny Montrachet 2016
Bouchard Pere & Fils Chassagne Montrachet 2016Rich aromas of red and black fruit. A fleshy, structured yet totally elegant wine. Good ageing potential. Pair with grilled and roasted meat, medium-flavored cheeses. The 2016’s are back to the great “acid backbone” of the 2014’s. On the south of the Côte de Beaune, the village of Chassagne became Chassagne-Montrachet in the 19th century, thereby benefiting from the notoriety of the mythical Montrachet Grand Cru. Facing east – southeast, the vineyards are planted with both Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, which produces some of the finest white wines in the world. Founded in 1731, Maison Bouchard Père & Fils is one of Burgundy’s oldest wine merchant houses. Over the centuries, the House has been devoted to acquiring highly renowned parcels, in order to build a prestigious domaine: 130 hectares of Crus. The famed vineyards include: Beaune Grèves Vigne de L’Enfant Jésus, Chevalier-Montrachet, Montrachet, Corton, Corton-Charlemagne, Bonnes-Mares and Clos Vougeot to name a few.
Domaine Manciat-Poncet Macon Charnay Les Chênes 2016A perenial favorite from this fine producer, this wine is fermented and aged 100% in stainless steel tanks to preserve all of the zesty fruit and mineral qualities that fine Mâcon should exhibit. The chardonnay fruit for this wine comes from the Manciats' middle-aged vineyards in and around the village of Charnay. 100% hand-harvested grapes (a rarity in the region) and attention to detail at every level make this one of the purist, most satisfying white burgundies in its class. The nose is of ripe green apples with just a hint of citrus. Not muddled by oak that would overpower the delicate fruit, it shows crisp acidity and good mineral punch in the middle while finishing plump and long. A great value in chardonnay!
Domaine des Perdrix Vosne Romanée 2014Garnet colour with purple tints. The nose is discret at a first glance offering dark fruits notes, ashes and undergrowth. On the palate, the structure is firm and integrated. Tannins play their lovely game. We catch back on the dark fruits perfumes. Powerful and long aftertaste. Food Pairings: Our Vosne-Romanée 2014 will perfectly pair with coq au vin, roasted quails with morels, pheasant with its seasonal veggies as well as cheeses : Salers, Beaufort or Selles-sur-Cher.
Fournier Père et Fils Sancerre Les Belles Vignes 2017Very pure and chiseled, with gooseberry, straw and flint flavors tightly coiled, driven by a mouthwatering fleur de sel note through the long, bone-dry finish, which is built on minerality. Food Pairing: Classic Aperitif, Seafood or lighter dishes.
Domaine Tinel-Blondelet Pouilly Fumé 2017
Joseph Drouhin St Veran 2017A wine that smiles and makes you smile! It is stylistically close to Pouilly-Fuissé, with its golden hue, its greenish reflection and its refreshing taste. The aromas are reminiscent of the ripe Chardonnay grape, with subtle notes of musk. A pleasant roundness coats the palate.
Couly-Dutheil Chinon La Baronnie Madeleine 2015Colour: Lovely strong ruby colour with purplish reflection. Bouquet: Superb bouquet with red fruits aromas & spicy notes. Taste: Generous & Elegant with rich high quality tannins. Very well- Balanced. Food Pairing: Roasted wild duck or chicken, Roasted Lamb & Grilled Beef Veal, Game & Mushrooms Fricassées.
Marine Dubard Le Mont Sauvignon Blanc 2019Aromas and flavors of lemon, lime zest and oyster shell, with a subtle ginger note. An elegant combination of silky texture and tensile minerality.
Château de la Jousselinière Perle Bleue Sur Lie 2017This 100% Folle Blanche may be the ultimate Oyster wine! Impeccably clean, well-balanced and vividly expressive with crisp notes of citrus fruit, hints of the sea and a searing, ripe acidity.
Domaine St. Peyre Viognier 2018The colour is a wonderful brilliant yellow with mother of pearl tints. Intense, seductive notes of ripe fruit, especially apricot, and floral notes with a hint of rose petals. The texture is very harmonious and generous, as well as round and long. Wonderful, opulent bouquet! Food-Pairing suggestions: Perfect as an aperitif, or great with richer dishes like langoustines, smoked or marinated salmon. Great too with guinea fowl in creamy or curry sauce. Serve it also with a broccoli and Roquefort soup or for dessert with a mango and pineapple tarte Tatin. An extremely versatile wine!
Lucien Crochet Sancerre 2017
Domaine Frantz Chagnoleau Saint Veran Prelude 2017Made from grapes grown on 40-50+ year old vines. Pure, mineral expression of Chardonnay delivers crushed stones, hints of chalk, and laser cut precision. Certified organic.
Domaine Vigneau-Chevreau Vouvray Cuvée Silex 2018The soil of this wine sometimes gives hints of "flint", emphasizing its mineral character, along with a fruity undertone from the ripeness of the grapes. Brilliant yellow gold, aromas of apple, pear and citrus fruit; ample and round on the palate, refreshing acidity in the finish. Slightly off-dry, sweetness balanced by the natural acidity. Outstanding with seafood such as scallops, langoustines and white fish in a delicate sauce.
Chateau Charmail Haut Medoc 2014
Chateau du Glana Saint-Julien 2014Château Du Glana is located on the Route des Grands Vins running parallel to the Gironde estuary, between the towns of Beychevelle and Saint-Julien, opposite the famous Château Ducru-Beaucaillou. Château Du Glana was constructed in 1870 by Mr Nadeau, the city of Blaye's architect, for Mr Cayx. At about this time, a small (5 hectares) vineyard of gravelly soil was consolidated thanks to the purchase of several plots of land from neighbouring Château Saint-Pierre. After several other owners, Mr Gabriel Meffre bought Château Du Glana in 1961. He increased the vineyard to 43 hectares in the following years by acquiring several plots belonging to third growth Château Lagrange. Helped by his young sons Ludovic and Julien, Jean-Paul Meffre now looks after the estate. They are motivated by a major ambition: to achieve the estate's full potential. Surrounded by some of finest great growths in the Médoc, Château Du Glana has made tremendous strides in quality since 1999. Much thought has gone into making improvements over the past several years and the vineyard has been entirely renovated. Château Du Glana produces modern elegant wines of character reflecting the estate's superb terroir. The estate's completely restored buildings (vat room, grape reception area, ageing cellar, offices, and reception room), the immense care taken in the vineyard, and precious winemaking advice from Professor Denis Dubourdieu provide a sound equilibrium between modern methods and respect for tradition. Château Du Glana is thus a well-balanced, velvety, and complex wine enjoyable young, but also with excellent ageing potential (over ten years).
Château-Phélan-Ségur Saint Estèphe 2014A new vat room with small volumes of 40 to 60 hectolitres allowed extension of the selection work started in the vineyard. Precision viticulture was carried out through, among others, an approach to the vigour of the vine. The 2014 blend was very strongly influenced by Cabernet Sauvignon (64%).
Chateau Branaire Ducru Saint Julien 2014
Château du Tertre Margaux 2014Château du Tertre (Margaux AOC): This Classified Growth in 1855 is the first label of Château du Tertre. It is of great sweetness and flavour. Silky and freshness are combined in this flask to bring you the elegance expected of a great Margaux wine. The aging potential of this great wine is between 8 and 20 years or even more for the most exceptional vintages.
Château-Lynch-Moussas Pauillac 2014
Château Gruaud Larose Saint Julien 2014The colour shows intense ruby highlights. The nose reveals red fruity notes like cherry, but also delicious notes of almond paste and flowers like jasmine. The fleshy mouth is sustained by fine, silky tannins that lead to great length. The finish is aromatic, fresh and tasty.
Chateau Lacoste Borie Pauillac 2015
Chateau Pavie Macquin St. Émilion 2014Pavie Macquin is situated on a plateau, next to the hill of Mondot and on the edge of the Fongaban rift. The vineyard sits at an altitude of between 75 and 100 metres at its highest point. A single tenant, its neighbour to the west is Troplong Mondot with Chateau Pavie (1er G.C.C.) to the south, while to the north lies Trottevieille (1er G.C.C.).
Château-Troplong-Mondot Saint Emilion 2014Château Troplong Mondot is grown on extensive vineyards rich in limestone clay soils. Powerful, well-structured with pronounced complex tannins, its deep aromas of truffles and blackberries develop over time.
Chateau Montrose Saint Estèphe 2014The result of rigorous selection at each stage of production, in both the vineyard and the winery, this great, predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon wine is typical of the Saint-Estèphe appellation. Structured and tannic but with all the elegance and refinement of a Grand Cru Classé, with time it develops a delicate and complex bouquet. The wines have considerable ageing potential and are exceptionally long-lived.
Chateau Marjosse Bordeaux 2015
Chateau Charmail Haut Medoc 2015Charmail is on the banks of the Gironde River, which makes for milder temperatures and shelters it from really hard frosts in the winter, which can have disastrous effects on the vines. From the property we enjoy a truly magnificent view. The vineyard is made up of one single plot, which extends right to the water's edge. On some mornings, sunrise can be quite magical as the first light plays on the water the mist and the vines. “An ocean of vines coursing into the river; it's an amazing spectacle!” B. d’Halluin The estate is also ideally located on rolling slopes facing south, which contributes to grape ripening, while the vines are often exposed to light winds, which keeps fresh air circulating around their leaves and the fruit. History The name of the estate comes from its 16th century origins, when the Trevey de Charmail family settled in the Medoc. The property’s reputation really began to be known from the beginning of the 18th century. Since then vines have always been cultivated here. The strength of our terroir today comes from this history and the Medoc traditions. 1982 Olivier Sèze took over operations in 1982. In a few years, with his vision and thoroughness he managed to impose a distinct style of winemaking here and made Charmail one of the most valued wines bearing the Haut Medoc label. Vintage after vintage for nearly 30 years, he has made superbly well-balanced wines. 2008 Bernard d’Halluin, a guy from Lille in northern France, who was fed Bordeaux wine in his baby’s bottle made his dream come true of buying a wine estate. While looking for a property in the Bordeaux area, he fell in love with Charmail. Both he and Olivier share the same passion and complement each other admirably in the daily running of the estate. When the estate changed hands, new ambitions came to Charmail, such as enlarging the vineyard: 6 hectares (15 acres) were bought back in 2010 returning the vineyard to its original size. New buildings were also brought into use and new objectives were set for the work in the vines, while initiatives were taken to really promote Charmail wines at exhibitions and tastings.
Chateau Lagrange Saint Julien 2015Dark purple red with violet hues and almost black core. Aromatic nose with elegant character, dark berries, discreet oak spices and very fine toasting aromas. On the palate full-bodied yet elegant, ripe tannins with velvety texture, with a long and fruity finish carried by the bold Cabernet Sauvignon. A powerful and well balanced wine. (2022-2040)
Chateau Barde Haut Saint Emilion 2015
Chateau Sansonnet Saint Emilion 2015Château Sansonnet is located at the very top of the Saint-Emilion plateau. Its exceptional soil consists of a thin layer of clay over limestone. The vineyard covers a single 7-hectare (17-acre) plot that surrounds the chateau. A dominant 85% proportion of Merlot is blended with Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. Its wine, which has great keeping potential, displays an intense ruby colour. When aired, it releases aromas of sour cherry and blackcurrant. Big on the attack, it evolves harmoniously on the palate towards an expression of fine tannins with a ripe fruit flavour.
Château-Lynch-Moussas Pauillac 2015
Chateau Monbousquet Saint Emilion 2015The red wines produced on this exceptional terroir are rich, with a great complexity, with aromas of ripe fruit.
Château-La-Croix-de-Beaucaillou Saint Julien 2015The La Croix de Beaucaillou wines come from the Château Ducru Beaucaillou vineyard. Chateau Ducru-Beaucaillou is named after the beautiful, stones found in its unique wine-growing terroir. This exceptional ecosystem produces fine, elegant, tasty wines, with a long finish - in short, archetypal Saint-Julien wines.
Château-Malescot-St.-Exupery Margaux 2015
Château-Gazin Pomerol 2015Feminine and seductive, due to the dominance of the Merlot, Château GAZIN's wines can be enjoyed after a few years in the bottle, but usually they are worth laying down for fifteen, twenty years or more. Their sumptuous generosity offers a wide aromatic range of red and black fruit which harmonizes with their intense crimson or garnet red colour. They typically offer hints of plum, chocolate, coffee or liquorice, with aromas of almonds, toast, tobacco and vanilla, and a minty freshness. With maturity they develop a spicy nose, with a hint of truffles, notes of undergrowth, game, fur and leather . The Château Gazin vineyards cover 64.2 acres in a single lot, with 56.8 acres under vines, located on the renowned clay-gravel plateau of Pomerol. The estate can produce up to 100,000 bottles a year. A second AOC Pomerol wine "l’Hospitalet de Gazin", was created in 1986 in order to reserve the best of the harvest for Château Gazin. The grapes are fermented in small cement vats. The wine is aged for 18 months in oak barrels (50% new) according to the Bordeaux tradition: malolactic fermentation in casks, rackings to separate the fine wine from the lees, fining with egg whites and, if necessary, light filtration.
Chateau Clerc Milon Pauillac 2015Showing a menthol, redcurrant bramble note on the nose, it also has a lovely mocha edge from the oak that adds complexity. The palate has a weight of fruit and flesh that so many wines in the Médoc seem to be lacking, while the tannins are fine with a sweetness that really adds to the mouthfeel. Plump, multi-layered fruit is joined by a lovely spicy edge to the creamy oak on the finish.
Clarendelle Bordeaux Rouge 2012The wine has a brilliant, intense garnet-red colour. The bouquet is complex and fruity, with ripe berry overtones. Great care was taken to extract silky tannin. The fresh acidity contributes to the wine's attractive fruitiness and delicious flavours. Furthermore, there is a long, powerful aftertaste and a beautiful finish. Altogether smooth, elegant, and balanced.
Chateau Gazin Rocquencourt Pessac Léognan 2012Colour: Beautiful deep, bright red with intense glints of violet. Nose: Complex, pleasantly powerful, fruity, mineral, smoky, toasty notes, intense with good depth. Clean, pure, elegant and refined. Palate: Mellow, smooth attack, developing an elegant, refined tannin structure. The palate is powerful, rich and complex, suggesting excellent potential to improve with age. Concentrated, powerful aromatic profile with fruity, mineral and toasted notes. The overall impression is of good length and complexity; a charming wine that should age well.
Chateau Joinin Bordeaux 2016Chateau Joinin was owned by a single family for several generations before it was bought by Madame and Monsieur Mestreguilhem, owners of Chateau Pipeau in Saint-Emilion in 1989. Sixty one acres of vines, mostly Merlot, are planted on clay and limestone soil. In 2000 the Mestreguilhems built a new estate winery to improve and control the quality of their wines.
Chateau Edmus Saint-Emilion 2012
Fonseca Vintage Port 2016Dense purple with a narrow purple rim. The nose opens with pure black fruit, a fusion of black cherry, cassis and blackberry jam aromas, with notes of mint, violets and undertones of tropical fruit. Purity and refinement with subtle, complex fruit character, as well as an attractive minerality. The palate is supported by a vibrant acidity and taut, wiry tannins that provide structure, texture and volume. The berry flavors carry into the long finish. A perfectly balanced Vintage Port. Food Pairings: Pairs well with blue cheeses like Stilton or Roquefort and desserts of dark chocolate or berries. Should be decanted before serving due to sediment.
Croft Vintage Port 2016 375mlIntense purple ruby core with vivid purple rim. The nose displays the ripe strawberry and blackcurrant fruitiness and resiny notes of rock rose and eucalyptus that are the essence of the Croft Vintage Port style. The palate opens with a surge of rich berry fruit flavour and is supported by a dense mesh of close-knit tannins. Although the wine displays some of the plump, rubenesque character of prior Croft vintages, the accent here is on symmetry and finesse. The characteristically exuberant fruit and heady herbal aromas are carefully modulated and the wine is classical in its proportions. An elegant and aromatic Vintage Port, perfectly poised between opulence and restraint.
Taylor Fladgate Vintage Port 2016 375mlDeep purple black with a narrow magenta rim. High notes of pure, intense woodland fruit with lively accents of green apple, fresh plum and raspberry. Around this core of bright, singing fruit is a heady aura of gumcistus and wine herbs. On a deeper register, exotic notes of cedarwood and jasmine provide an additional dimension of complexity. The wine has an attractive leanness and muscularity with sinewy, linear tannins that integrate seamlessly into the mid palate and then re-emerge to hold the wine in a confident grip. Energised by a racy acidity, the intense berry flavours continue to build into the long finish. Although the keynotes are refinement and poise, the wine displays the restrained vigour and stamina that are the hallmarks of the Taylor Fladgate style. Walnuts, blue veined and other richly flavoured cheeses are excellent accompaniments to Vintage Port; so too are dried fruits such as apricots or figs.
Dow's Vintage Port 2016In exceptional, classic years, Dow's declares a Vintage Port. The wine is aged for two years then bottled unfiltered, where it may age for 30 or more years. Dow's is renowned for its Vintage Ports' exceptional aging ability. Delicious with creamy blue cheeses like Stilton or Roquefort.