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"Great things are done when men and mountains meet, this is not done by jostling in the street". The quest for higher quality has seen Argentina's most ambitious winemakers push into the Andes foothills where the higher altitude and meagre soils produce the finest grapes. Man Meets Mountain celebrates those that face up to and conquer the challenges posed by nature and brings to you a harmonious Malbec, packed full of blueberry, blackcurrant and plum and a complex and delicious finish.
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Bordeaux, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Country, France, Grape Variety, Merlot, Red Grapes, Red Wine
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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Very herbaceous on the nose with smoky cherry fruit and pronounced green bell pepper aromas. The youthful palate shows complexity with cherries, spiced oak and fine tannins. A wine with great potential to develop and shine.
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Bordeaux, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Country, France, Grape Variety, Malbec, Merlot, Red Grapes, Red Wine
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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The vineyard of Chateau Teyssier goes back to the XVth century. It can be found on a chalky clay hill a few kilometres north east of Saint-Emilion which it can be compared. Almost exclusively composed of Merlot, Chateau Teyssier is characterised by its extremely fruity and spicy aromas and for its harmonious and balanced tannins.
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Château de Bergun has belonged to the Planiol family since the early 1900s. Located in the commune of Ruch, Entre-Deux-Mers. The family has run their estate and winery as a cooperative since its inception. This has allowed them to pool resources and focus on the core of their business.
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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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Dark in colour, this wine is rich with aromas of cherry and brambles with a hint of spice. On the palate, it has flavours of raspberry, blackberry, blackcurrant and notes of star anise and white pepper. This wine is full bodied with soft tannins and has a lingering finish.
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This wine is ruby red in colour with a violet hue. It has intense aromas of red cherries, blackberries and hints of spice and leather. These aromas follow through on to the palate which is rich and velvety with generous tannins and great length.
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A deeply coloured wine with exuberant perfumes of ripe red and black berry fruits, with notes of spice from the oak ageing. Made in the style of an Amarone, it is concentrated and opulent on the palate, with great balance. It is elegant, velvety and supple, with a long finish.
Bright ruby red in colour, this wine has perfumes of ripe blackberry fruit, red cherry and a touch of spice on the nose. On the palate, it is ripe and juicy but still fine and elegant in the Selvapiana style, with a tight structure and lifted, floral finish with refreshing acidity.
Gran Cerdo Tinto comes from the Rioja Alta region of Spain, and the wine is driven by primary red fruit flavours such as cherry, strawberry and raspberry. This combined with a hint of violet and a slight earthy edge from the minimal intervention wine making process gives the wine a slight herbaceousness and added layer of complexity.
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Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Country, Grape Variety, Malbec, Merlot, New Zealand, Red Grapes, Red Wine
A full flavoured, medium-bodied Bordeaux style blend with aromas of black plums, earth and mineral notes. The palate is full of ripe, concentrated dark red fruit flavours with hints of leather, liqourice and vanilla from the oak barrel maturation. Firm tannins with good length and lots of complexity.
Recanati Merlot - This wine has soft and gentle tannins, a full and rich body and balanced acidity, with flavors of plum and cherry, roasted coffee beans and spices.
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A brave new style of red wine. Crafted from varieties, on the edge of wildness, the aroma can be described as organised chaos. Breathe in deeply because this is the small path less travelled. On the palate the wine sings with plum and blueberry and the peppery edge of exotic spice. Astonishingly, this lively wine is unusually soft, built on the focus and with of perfectly ripe fruit, not on the bitter structure of tannin. We recommend you drink it slightly chilled.
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A bright ruby colour, the wine has perfumes of fresh blueberries, raspberries and blackberries alongside notes of wild flowers and country herbs. Juicy with hints of spice, the short period spent in oak adds complexity to the nose and ensures smooth rounded tannins.
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