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  1. Chateau Chantelune, Margaux 2012

    Chateau Chantelune, Margaux 2012

    90 points Wine Spectator - "Lovely plush plum and blackberry fruit is carried by a well-integrated cocoa note before giving way to ganache and black tea accents on the velvety finish. Nicely done. Drink now through 2020. 816 cases made." Learn More
    $39.98
  2. Chateau Clos St. Martin St. Emilion Grand Cru 2000
  3. Chateau Cos d'Estournel 'Les Pagodes de Cos', Saint-Estephe 2012

    Chateau Cos d'Estournel 'Les Pagodes de Cos', Saint-Estephe 2012

    92 Points Wine Enthusiast - "Named after the Chinese facade of this most extraordinary of wineries, this wine is ripe and smooth in a style that brings out richness and a round character. It's already totally integrated, solid while also very generous." Learn More
    $54.98
  4. Chateau Cotes de Bonde, Montagne-Saint-Emilion 2015

    Chateau Cotes de Bonde, Montagne-Saint-Emilion 2015

    Intense nose with scents of black fruits (blackcurrant, blackberries). Fresh mouth is fleshy in attack, round and ample. Dense and suave tannins ensure a long and persistent finish. Learn More
    $19.98
  5. Château d'Issan, Margaux, 3rd Growth 2015
  6. Chateau d'Yquem, Sauternes 375ml 2007

    Chateau d'Yquem, Sauternes 375ml 2007

    98 points Wine Advocate - "98 out of 100...Tasted single blind against its peers. Under blind conditions, the Yquem 2007 shines like a diamond. Nevertheless, it is initially rather taciturn on the nose, eventually opening up beautifully with touches of lemon curd, Mirabelle, and clear honey. The palate is medium-bodied with very fine definition and there seems to be a great deal of energy and vigor dispensed for your pleasure. There is such race and nervosity, and then that finish just purrs with harmony and focus. This Yquem feels just so alive and vivacious, yet there is an effortless quality here that is unmatched by its peers. Tasted January 2011." Learn More
    $289.98
  7. Chateau de Pez St. Estephe 2015
  8. Chateau Greysac, Medoc 2012
  9. Chateau Haut-Mayne Graves 2014

    Chateau Haut-Mayne Graves 2014

    91 points Wine Spectator - Fleshy, with a hint of extraction as the core shows dark fig and boysenberry pate de fruit flavors, flecked with plum skin and mulling spice notes. A solid brambly tow on the finish stretches this out, while a lingering alder hint adds range. Best from 2018 through 2028. Tasted twice, with consistent notes. 4,167 cases made. -JM (Mar 31 2017)

    92+ points Vinous - The 2014 Grand Mayne is quite powerful, but also closed and far less expressive than it was from barrel. Dark red cherry, rose petal, mint, cedar and spice give the wine striking aromatic delineation, but the 2014 needs time in bottle for the tannins to soften. There is good potential here. Tasted two times. (Feb 2017)

    92 points James Suckling - The sweet plum-cake aromas match the rich - almost creamy - entry, then the crisp acidity comes through. The dry tannins are a little challenging, but there’s a lot of depth. Needs some time to soften. Try in 2019. (Feb /201) Learn More
    $13.98
  10. Chateau Jean Faure, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2009

    Chateau Jean Faure, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2009

    91 points Wine Spectator A high-toned style, with red currant, pomegranate and raspberry aromas and flavors, supported by lively acidity that brings a racy blood orange note. The finish is pure and lengthy. Best from 2013 through 2023. 4,167 cases made. Learn More
    $64.98

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