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  1. Bodega Garzon Marselan Reserve, Uruguay 2015

    Bodega Garzon Marselan Reserve, Uruguay 2015

    This noble Wine is made with our estate grown grapes, harvested and sorted by hand, from selected blocks of our vineyard in Garzon, Uruguay. The wines are aged in French oak barrls. The gape clustersare ahndled with care to allow them to express their varietal character and uniqueness of our particular terroir. Learn More
  2. Bodega Garzon Tannat Single Vineyard, Uruguay   2015

    Bodega Garzon Tannat Single Vineyard, Uruguay 2015

    This powerful Tannat is elegant with aromas of red fruits such as cherries and strawberries, black plums, tobacco and black chocolate on a spicy background. It is juicy and fresh in the palate, and has a full-body with a lingering nish balanced with a touch of oak. Learn More
  3. Chateau Musar Gaston Hochar 1997
  4. Chateau Musar Gaston Hochar 1998
  5. Chateau Musar Gaston Hochar 2000
  6. Chateau Musar Gaston Hochar 2001
  7. Chateau Musar Gaston Hochar 2002
  8. Chateau Musar Gaston Hochar 2003
  9. Chateau Musar Gaston Hochar 2004

    Chateau Musar Gaston Hochar 2004

    91 points Wine Advocate - The 2004 Chateau Musar is an equal blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan and Cinsault. This is a rather civilized, laid back Musar. The complicated aging process is best described by the winery: “The wines spent nine months in cement vats and then a year in French Nevers oak barrels and the final blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cinsault and Carignan rested for another nine months in vats before being bottled?“ The winery describes this as a once-in-a-decade vintage where a heat wave caused notable increases in sugar content in a short time. I sometimes find that is a dangerous description of vineyard conditions with many risks for a winery, but it seems to have turned out well. If you’re comparing, it adds two layers of depth to the 2007 Hochar, although it is quite elegant and graceful in its own right. Most importantly, it has more of an obvious backbone even though it is late-released. Its balance, combining the nice fruit, elegant mid-palate, persistent finish and backbone, gives it a tightly wound, precise and focused demeanor. The tannins are not completely integrated, but not overly hard. They provided some welcome grip and vibrancy and never overwhelmed the wine. In the long run, they should serve this wine in good stead. Overall, it is an exceptionally graceful, somewhat modern and restrained Musar, bright, with that silky texture I saw in the Hochar reviewed this issue, while adding those layers of concentration. The cherry on top is the intensity of fruit flavor - bursts of delicious and juicy fruit on the finish, admittedly nuanced by some of the gamey notes I see here so often. Call it raspberry flavored, though, because the fruit is delicious. The gamey notes were in fact moderate and, at least for my taste, not an issue. As this rather subtle Musar aired out, I liked it more and more. I’ve had Musars that were bigger, burlier, more rustic and more astringent. Here, the subtle start was unremarkable, but it gathered steam, showed remarkable finesse and then won me over. This will certainly do better with food. Drink now-2021. Learn More
  10. Chateau Musar Gaston Hochar 2005

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