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Tasting Note: The Château Margaux 1999 shows great finesse, intensity and aromatic complexity. The nose has both great purity and great classicism. On the palate, it has firstly delicacy and suppleness, then fatness and density, before finishing with great length, displaying the real power of the wine.
Tasting Note: This Pomerol is showing a lot of evolution, with leather and spice on the nose. The palate has fine dry tannins with slight floral hints, the medium body is dense and ripe with good complexity. Food Pairing: The 1989 Petrus is a great match for venison, or lamb dishes.
Tasting Note: The 2003 Lafite is dense with notes of liquorice, cassis, and hints of smoke. The palate is rich and opulent with intense flavours, and a long finish. Country: France Region: Bordeaux Grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc Vintage: 2003 Bottle size: 75cl Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-exportable Château Lafite was purchased by Baron James de Rothschild in 1868, and has been in the family ever since.
Tasting Note: A wine that comes alive in a light, playful spiral, with touches of angelica, coconut, cinnamon, cocoa and tobacco. In the mouth, the wine reaches a state of complex fullness; earthy, smoky and pearly, underscored by the vibrant warmth of peppery spice.
A classically structured and styled Margaux that is imbued with all of the perfume that one expects from this lofty appellation Style: Grape variety: Country of origin: France Closure: Natural Cork Bottle: 6 x 75cl. Alcohol by volume: 12.5% Alcohol units per bottle: 9.4 Alcohol units per 125ml: 1.6 Contains sulphites You must be 18 or over to purchase this product This product is not available for international delivery.
Tasting Note: This Pauillac is brimming with aromas of cedar, cassis, and hints of plums. It is soft and supple on the palate with a long and complex finish. Food Pairing: This supple wine is a perfect partner for roast red meats or hard cheese.
Tasting Note: The 2000 Haut Brion is a very elegant wine with aromas of plums, blackcurrants cedar wood and hints of spice, the dense palate is powerful and complex. Food Pairing: This Haut Brion is a great match for charcuterie, red meats and hard cheese.
Tasting Note: This wine has an attractive, vivacious garnet red colour. The nose is highly expressive, rich and complex, opening on red fruit, blackcurrant and black cherry, mingled with smoke, coffee, incense and vanilla. The finish, powerful, explosive and superbly textured, is characteristic of the very finest Mouton vintages.