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Chateau Couronneau Bordeaux Superieur is aged in large, old oak barrels to give a subtle vanilla and cream flavour. Crammed full of blackberry and damson with a nuance of florality towards the finale. Sumptuous fruit with enough freshness to ensure balance.
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Château Lafon does not mark its elegance under the misleading framing of too much oak , preferring to assert its "personnalité médoquine" with a wine which is finely tannic and elegant, and a lingering finish that leaves a lovely note on the palate.
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Chateau Naujan Lapeyrere Bordeaux Superieur is very elegant and bright with sweet red and dark fruits and a touch of caramel and vanilla, and a silky smooth mouthfeel.
Chateau Relais de la Poste Cuvee Malbec offers an amazing floral bouquet (violet) and fruity (black fruit, blueberry) notes. With a discreet woody undertone. Moreover we find these aromas on the palate, enhanced with a typical mineral touch. Overall, the wine is dense and full-bodied, structured by young tannins that are still quite lively.
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In Chateau Labadie Medoc juicy Merlot represents just over half the blend with 46% Cabernet Sauvignon and a dash a crunchy Cab Franc. Expect aromas of ripe black fruit, and a hint of cedar from one year in oak (25% new). Yields at Labadie are restricted, resulting in wines of impressive concentration, which age exceptionally well. Still, with its rounded tannins and refreshing acidity, this is difficult to resist now.
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Château de Valois dates back to 1862 when the original vineyards of Château Figeac were restructured. In 1962, Bernard Leydet owned the vineyard comprisingeight hectares. Over time, he added to the Pomerol plots and concentrated onimproving the quality through improved vineyard management techniques andinvestment of the cellar. In 1996 Bernard’s son Frédéric Leydet took over, continuingthe legacy left by his father and produces truly great Pomerol wines.
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Château Soussans is the second wine of Château Deyrem Valentin and is managed by the famous Jean Sorge who's family have owned the estate since the 18th century. Sorge combines tradition and innovation in equal measure to produce classic Margaux. They benefit from an exceptional terroir and modern wine making methods.
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This wine is intense purple in colour. Aromas of blackberries and plums are complemented by tobacco and hints of dark chocolate. The palate is richly textured with well integrated, silky tannins lifted by racy acidity on a long finish.
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Chateau Lamothe Bouscat Pessac Leognan on the nose offers fresh citrus and floral notes. On the palate, it is well-rounded, with grapefruit and pineapple flavours. The oak is subtle and well-integrated, giving the wine body and balance.
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A clear, intense colour and a bouquet of black berries with spicier notes coming to the fore. On the palate the wine is full with great structure and freshness, as well as polished, elegant tannins. Plenty of flavour and complexity. A very long lasting finish with great finesse.
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Deep ruby red in the glass. Lush and ripe, the bouquet abounds with aromas of blackberries and cassis. On the palate, velvety tannins are balanced with excellent acidity. A delicious Bordeaux blend ready to drink now.
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This is an excellent value, textbook claret that has inviting aromas of cedar, blackcurrant & plum. On the palate there are delicious flavours of dark fruits & a nice lifted finish. A blend of half Cabernet Sauvignon and half Merlot this offers great value for every-day drinking.
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