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Chateau Talbot ‘Connetable Talbot’ St. Julien Bordeaux
4.8
115 ratings
3
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Francis Coppola Diamond Collection Claret
4.8
75 ratings
3
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Since its inception, Claret has been the crown jewel of the Diamond Collection. Crafted as a Bordeaux-style blend, this wine reflects a diversity of vineyards whose soils contribute to the wine's complexity. It is distinguished with gold netting. A tribute to the way Europe's finest wines were once presented. it is memorably lush with a tapestry of smooth tannins and succulent flavors of wild berries, plum and anise.
Chateau Lafleur Pomerol 2010
5.0
22 ratings
0
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Deep plum, purple color. Gorgeous perfume on the nose of earthy, tobacco, plum, black cherry and floral notes. Full-bodied, with racy, intense acidity and tannins. Powerful and layered, with a subtle fruit and long finish.
Chateau Latour Premier Grand Cru
5.0
16 ratings
0
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This red wine was produced by Chateau Latour and is from Bordeaux, Pauillac in France. The volume is 0,75L.
Chateau Haut-Brion Pessac-Leognan
4.7
17 ratings
1
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Jean de Pontac began constituting the Haut-Brion vineyard, in the Graves region, in 1525. His descendants went on to produce “New French Claret”, the precursor of today’s great red wines. Their efforts enabled Arnaud III de Pontac to sell his wine under the estate’s name as early as 1660. It gained a fine reputation and enormous success in London. The first of the Bordeaux great growths was born! Haut-Brion’s history has been marked by many famous men: Count Joseph de Fumel (Field Marshal, Governor of the Province of Guyenne, and Mayor of Bordeaux), Talleyrand (Foreign Minister of Napoleon I, Emperor of France) and, more recently, C. Douglas Dillon (American ambassador to France and US Secretary of the Treasury during the Kennedy administration). In 1961, Haut-Brion was the first of the great growths to use stainless steel fermentation vats, and continues to be in the forefront of innovation thanks to the meticulous selection of the ideal clones for each grape variety used at the estate. Through the centuries, the owners and managers of Haut-Brion have been obsessed with perpetuating the château’s reputation for quality. Classified a First Growth in 1855, Haut-Brion has done everything possible ever since then to maintain its standing.
Chateau Latour
5.0
12 ratings
0
Chateau-Latour
Expressive fruit aromas and wood perfumes announce this wine. With 94% Cabernet Sauvignon, this is a complex wine marked by purity of black fruits, berries, toast and tannins. It has power, richness and a lovely edge of spice to go with the acidity. The wine is firmly structured, while bursting with fruit and freshness.
Chateau Recougne Bordeaux Superieur
3.9
14 ratings
3
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This well-known Bordeaux Superieur, which has a fabulous reputation for aging 20-30 years in certain vintages, comes from proprietor Xavier Milhad. The 2012, a blend of 78% Merlot, 12% Cabernet Franc and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, has a dense ruby/plum color and attractive, juicy blackcurrant fruit. Supple, round and generous, this is an over-achiever and a sleeper of the vintage. Drink it over the next 5-10 years, although I wouldn’t be surprised if it lasts longer, given the fact that I’ve had the 1953 and 1955 in the last five years and both were still in great shape.
Chateau Cheval Blanc
5.0
11 ratings
0
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Utter perfection in wine...has soaring, complex aromatics, an expansive, sexy, full-bodied texture, and building, yet sweet tannin. Kirsch, currants, incense, exotic spices and leather nuances all emerge from this almost over the top, heavenly Bordeaux
Chateau d’Yquem 2009
5.0
9 ratings
0
Chateau-d’Yquem-2009
Lovely, brilliant, golden-yellow color. Concentrated nose of apricot compote, dried fruit, and figs with vanilla and floral (jasmine and acacia blossom) aromas. The bouquet opens up after swirling in the glass to reveal extremely fresh citrus zest overtones that emphasize the wine's subtle refinement.
JUSTIN ISOSCELES
5.0
5 ratings
0
JUSTIN-ISOSCELES
For more than 25 years, ISOSCELES has been our flagship wine and quality benchmark here on the Central Coast. A blend based on Cabernet Sauvignon with Cabernet Franc and Merlot, this wine shows why Paso Robles is such a great place to grow these varieties. Style: Dry, Full bodied red blend wine Appearance: Dark ruby/purple/black core, lighter ruby/purple toward the rim with moderate plus viscosity and slow forming, moderately stained tears Aroma: Highly aromatic and complex with lush, ripe black cherry, black currant and boysenberry with vanilla, cinnamon spice, sweet tobacco and savory notes of leather, camphor and cedar Palate: Full bodied and luxuriant with ripe black fruit, mostly cherry and black currant with mixed ripe berries and barrel spice on entry. The mid-palate features continued fruit with subtle savory elements of autumn leaf, leather, and cedar with rounded, plush tannins that extend into a long finish featuring black cherry and camphor notes Food Pairings: Try it with a slowly braised beef or lamb stew, or with a taste of high quality dark chocolate History of Accolades: 2015 Vintage awarded 91 points from Wine Enthusiast; 2016 Vintage awarded 94 points from Wine Enthusiast
90+ Cellars Lot 161 Bordeaux
4.1
6 ratings
1
90+-Cellars-Lot-161-Bordeaux
The meticulously tended vineyards of Bordeaux flank the Gironde Estuary which empties into the sea along France’s Atlantic coast. This is the home of some of the world’s most renown red grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. For centuries the blending of these varieties has evolved into a skilled art form where both man and nature play a part in the creation in elegant, full bodied wines with spicy dark fruit aromas and a rich, silky texture. Clove and dried fruits on the nose. Blackcurrant with notes of cherry lead way to toasty smoky layers that last. Pair with roast lamb with garlic and rosemary or a spread of hard sheep cheeses.
Mouton Cadet Rouge, Bordeaux
5.0
4 ratings
0
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  • Tasting Notes:
    Balanced, Berry, Cherry, Cinnamon, Coffee, Dry, Fresh, Leather, Oak, Red Fruit, Round, Smooth, Tobacco
  • Food Pairing:
    Beef, Cheese - Hard Aged, Cured Meats, Duck & Game Bird, Lamb, Pasta
  • ABV:
    14.5%
Merlot: 87%, Cabernet Franc: 8%, Cabernet Sauvignon: 5% Fruit and roundness, refinement and elegance, power and structured 16 months with oak aging for 8 to 10 months Aromas of mild spice and ripe red and black fruit aromas such as cherry, bilberry and blackberry, followed with airing by delicate oaky notes of roasted coffee-bean and vanilla. On palate, it shows smooth and succulent on forward fruit, especially cherry and bilberry. Fine tannic structure, delicate oak notes on the finish along with notes of spice, such as cinnamon and white pepper, and roasted coffeebean.
Chateau Laplagnotte-Bellevue Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
5.0
4 ratings
0
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This blend of Merlot and Cabernet Franc is fruit-driven, exhibiting a deep plum and ruby hue with heady aromas of black currant, black cherry, licorice, and graphite. The Chateau Laplagnotte Bellevue Bordeaux shows a medium body with soft, silky tannins, and consumer-friendly appeal.
Chateau Montrose Saint-Estephe 1997
5.0
3 ratings
0
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Considered one of the top Saint Estephe, Montrose is prized for its classic Claret style, big fruit and full well structured taste.
Chateau Peyfaures Premium Bordeaux
5.0
3 ratings
0
Chateau-Peyfaures-Premium-Bordeaux
2014 gave us an exceptionally long growing season, lending our wine a deep complexity and layers of fruit and savory earth. Vibrant acid adds a refreshing, food-friendly finish and ensures that it will stay bright for years to come. It opens with a dark reddish-purple hue and aromas of ripe cherry and brown spice. Rich and medium-bodied, this blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon & Cabernet Franc combines mouth-filling flavors of cherry and blackberry with notes of cinnamon, licorice and sweet herbs for a balanced and well-integrated taste. Linear acidity with succulent fruit flavors for a long, silky finish.
Chateau La Maroutine Bordeaux Rouge
5.0
3 ratings
0
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Secret Squirrel 2013
5.0
3 ratings
0
Secret-Squirrel-2013
The 2013 Secret Squirrel is a Bordeaux style blend that is exceedingly delicious at this juncture. This Cabernet Sauvignon dominant wine is a second label from the exquisite Corliss estates and the same high quality meticulous winemaking is evident in the results. Possessing an inky dark color, this Cabernet opens with aromas of stewed cherries and blackberries with hints of coffee and sage. The mouthfeel is rich, currently displaying a masculine flavor profile yielding dense flavors of black currants, raspberries and cocoa through the finish
Nicholas Barreyre Bordeaux Superior
5.0
3 ratings
0
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Bright nose of red and dark fruits; soft, well-rounded texture on the palate with a touch of Bordeaux “grip.” Fresh and satisfying finish. Outstanding value in an everyday Bordeaux.
Obvious Wines N°01 Dark & Bold
5.0
3 ratings
0
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2017 Red Blend
Chateau Peyfaures Dame De Coeur Premium Cuvee Bordeaux
5.0
3 ratings
0
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In addition to our always impressive old vine block of Merlot, we were particularly impressed with the quality of our Cabernet Franc in 2015. In this fully ripe vintage it adds a gravelly minerality to Merlot’s ample fruit. The supple wine is both intense and graceful with an opulent purple color. It swirls with rich aromas and flavors of dense jammy red fruit mixed with blackberry. Those meld with nutmeg, clove, black pepper and insinuations of vanilla bean. The refined, velvety tannins create a succulent mouthfeel with some hints of toast and smoky, sweet oak to the long, luxurious finish. This wine will be charming and fruity in its youth but will surely improve in the cellar.