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  1. Chateau La Clotte, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru  2014

    Chateau La Clotte, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2014

    90-93 points Vinous - In my opinion, La Clotte is the most exciting wine in the range this year. In late 2014, the Vauthier family purchased La Clotte, a small property adjacent to Ausone. Pauline Vauthier told me extractions were dialed way back, although given the timing of the acquisition, just before harvest, the new team had less input than it will going forward. Still, La Clotte possesses marvelous density, volume and textural finesse. There is superb potential here. I fully expect to see significant strides in quality over the coming years. Learn More
  2. Chateau Laforge St-Emilion Grand Cru 2010

    Chateau Laforge St-Emilion Grand Cru 2010

    94 points Wine Advocate - - Showing slightly better from bottle than barrel (and it performed admirably there), the 2010 Laforge emerges from three major soil types in St.-Emilion – gravel, sand and hard limestone. It is largely a Merlot-based wine, with only about 8% Cabernet Franc added in. A big, forceful, classic, full-bodied St.-Emilion with sensational depth, the 2010 displays plenty of black fruit, hints of incense, graphite, and forest floor, and perhaps even a suggestion of black truffle. It is deep, full-bodied, opulently textured, yet the tannic structure comes through in the finish. This is another sensational effort from proprietor Jonathan Malthus. Anticipated maturity: 2016-2032. - Robert M. Parker, Jr. Learn More
  3. Chateau Lanessan 2016

    Chateau Lanessan 2016

    “I am not sure this wine does not deserve an outstanding score. It is one of the finest Lanessans I have tasted over the least 20 years. A generous Lanessan, with a deep ruby/purple color and a classic nose of cedar, spice box, black currant, plum, and earth, the wine has sweet tannin, medium to full body, loads of concentration, and a long, layered finish, with light to moderate tannin.” Learn More
  4. Chateau Lassegue 'Lassegue', Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2015
  5. Chateau Le Bonnat, Graves 2012

    Chateau Le Bonnat, Graves 2012

    A powerful and elegant nose of red fruits, notes of undergrowth with hints of cinnamon and mandarin zest. Silky and rounded palate with well integrated tannins and a long length. Learn More
  6. Chateau Les Hauts de Smith Pessac-Leognan 2012
  7. Chateau Lynch-Bages, Pauillac 2016
  8. Chateau Marojallia Margaux 2006

    Chateau Marojallia Margaux 2006

    91 points Wine Advocate - This is a quintessentially elegant Margaux, with a dense ruby/purple color and notes of charcoal, cassis, a hint of smoking embers, and a subtle touch of spring flower garden. Dense on the palate with medium to full-bodied flavors, superb concentration, and moderate tannin, this wine requires patience, but is impeccably well-made as usual. Anticipated maturity: 2013-2024. Learn More
  9. Chateau Meyney, Saint-Estephe 2008

    Chateau Meyney, Saint-Estephe 2008

    91 points Wine Advocate - The finest Meyney since the fabulous efforts produced in the late seventies and early eighties, it is good to see this estate, which has a top-flight vineyard, get back in shape. The dense purple-colored 2008 offers up notes of crushed rocks, blue fruits, flowers, earth, and spice. Full-bodied with velvety tannins, good acids, and a layered mouthfeel, it should drink well for 15-20 years. Learn More
  10. Chateau Micalet, Haut-Medoc 2014

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