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  1. Chateau Carbonnieux Blanc, Pessac-Leognan 2014

    Chateau Carbonnieux Blanc, Pessac-Leognan 2014

    92 points Wine Advocate - The 2014 Carbonnieux Blanc has a detailed and vivacious bouquet offering attractive blackcurrant leaf and citrus aromas, hints of almond and white chocolate just tucked in nicely below the surface. The palate is well balanced with a slice of bitter lemon on the entry. This is a little more piercing in the mouth compared to its peers, as such, it would shine when partnered with shellfish or even hard cheese, rather than a white Pessac-Léognan to serve on its own. Still, a great job here this year. Learn More
    $34.98
  2. Chateau Cos d'Estournel Blanc 2013

    Chateau Cos d'Estournel Blanc 2013

    95 points James Suckling - A dense and waxy white with lemon rind, lemon curd and stone. Full and oily. It goes on for minutes with so much fruit and richness. Licorice, aniseed and dried citrus. Salty. Chewy after. Drink or hold. Best ever! 76% sauvignon blanc with 24% semillion.

    91 points Wine Advocate - The 2013 Cos d'Estournel Blanc has quite a pungent bouquet, the Sémillon more expressive at the moment, with lime, fresh grapefruit, honeysuckle and just a hint of paw paw. The palate is well balanced with racy acidity, here the Sauvignon Blanc comes back with gooseberry and nettle notes, although I feel this needs more time to absorb the oak on the finish that feels a little disjointed at the moment. Give this another 2-3 years in bottle before broaching. Learn More
    $99.98
  3. Chateau Puyanche Blanc Sec, Cotes de Bordeaux Francs 2015

    Chateau Puyanche Blanc Sec, Cotes de Bordeaux Francs 2015

    Wood aging has added an extra dimension to this ripe wine. Spice comes from the toastiness while the yellow fruits add richness. Age this wine and drink from 2017 Learn More
    $14.98
  4. Domaine de Chevalier's Clos des Lunes Blanche, Sec   2015

    Domaine de Chevalier's Clos des Lunes Blanche, Sec 2015

    92 points Wine Advocate - More Sauvignon Blanc dominated, the 2015 Clos des Lunes Lune d’Argent Blanc is another killer white from this estate. It too is a forward, intense, vibrant 2015 that has loads of fat and texture, full body, good freshness, and exotic notes of caramelized citrus/lime, peach, honeysuckle and tropical fruits. Like the Clos des Lunes Blanc, it can be drunk over the coming 4-5 years or cellared for longer. Learn More
    $21.98
  5. Pavillon Blanc du Chateau Margaux, Margaux 2014

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