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Red Wine by Chateau Berliquet from St-Emilion, France - Bordeaux. Characteristics of fruit, minerality and crisp. The harmony on the palate reveals a class of its soil.
Red Wine by Chateau Simard from St-Emilion, France - Bordeaux. This tasty lush, elegantly-styled 2004 displays a deep ruby purple color in addition to a sweet perfume of black cherries, minerals, smoke, and earth.
Wine & Spirits rating: 96. ancient Pavie vineyard--going back at least as far as 4th century AD--is located on southern part of Cote de Saint-Emilion. Thanks to excellent terroir, it is one of top two chateaux in this part of appellation (along with Ausone) as well as one of finest in all Bordeaux.
Red Wine by Chateau La Couspaude from St-Emilion, France - Bordeaux. Undoubtedly the flagship of the Aubert vineyards since over a century. This unique terroir, one of the few located on the limestone plateau on the outskirts of the village of Saint-Emilion, produces a Grand Cru Classe of international renown with subtle and mellow aromas.
2004 Chateau Rol Valentin, Saint-Emilion (750ml) # FX04ROLVAE Fresh and aromatic, with blackberry, chocolate and raspberry. A gorgeous nose. Full-bodied, yet balanced and refined, with caressing tannins and a long finish. Wonderful for the vintage. Harmonious. Consistently outstanding. Best after 2010. 1,585 cases made. 92 points, Wine Spectator (Mar 2007) Customers Who Bought 2004 Chateau Rol Valentin Also Bought
Red Wine by Chateau Pavie Decesse from St-Emilion, France - Bordeaux. A full-bodied wine. Pavie Decesse is also quite complex with good tannic structure and excellent ageing potential, typical of the finest wines from the Saint-Emilion plateau.
This wine is from France, Bordeaux region, Saint Emilion sub-region. Chateau Simard is situated on the slopes near the hilltop village of St Emilion, very near some of the most famous names of the commune. Unlike most Bordeaux chateaux, Simard does not release their wine in the third year after harvest, preferring to keep it in their cellars until it is mellowed and is ready for drinking. BORDEAUX BLEND Wine
Chateau Simard is situated on the slopes near the hilltop village of St Emilion, very near some of the most famous names of the commune. Unlike most Bordeaux chateaux, Simard does not release their wine in the third year after harvest, preferring to keep it in their cellars until it is mellowed and is ready for drinking. The estate is located on the southern slopes in the old town of Saint Emilion close to the two first growths of the region. The vineyard goes back to the 17th century when the Simard
Shows bright, vivid aromas of crushed ripe strawberry, with hints of flowers. Medium to full-bodied, with very fine tannins and a long, caressing finish. Refined. Best after 2012. 600 cases made. -JS, Wine Spectator, Score: 91 Best after 2012. Accolades WS 91
, natural, straightforward, sincere, concentrated, tannic, complete and solid - an expression of the unerring truth of the land and the flexible truth of time. In the cellars, results in pure authenticity. The chateau creates two wines: , the estate’s second wine. The The estate's two grape varieties are collected on diffferent days depending on grape ripeness and the age of the vines. Château Clos de Sarpe has always produced genuine Saint-Emilion wine
This wine is from France, Bordeaux region, Saint Emilion sub-region. BORDEAUX BLEND Wine
Chateau Valandraud 2004 Grand Cru Saint- Emilion Bordeaux. The deep ruby/purple-hued 2004 Valandraud exhibits a classic bouquet of white chocolate, espresso roast, creme de cassis, cherry jam, and a hint of barbecue spices. Medium to full-bodied, powerful, rich, structured, and pure, it is another top-notch effort from proprietor Jean-Luc Thunevin. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2025. 91 Points Robert Parker, Wine Advocate, June 2007.
- Chateau Grand Corbin D'espagne St. Emilion 2004 750ml France - Saint Emilion
0 reviews Description Like other vineyards in Saint-Émilion such as Château Ausone, the Pavie vineyard dates back to Roman times. It takes its name from the orchards of peaches ("pavies") that used to stand there. The modern estate was assembled by Ferdinand Bouffard in the late 19th century by buying plots from several families. The plots were still managed separately, and the 9 hectares bought from the Pigasse family retained a separate identity as Château Pavie-Decesse. However Bouffard struggled with
Chateau Grand Mayne Chateau Grand Mayne 1999 Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classe Aug 16, 2012- Smoky, meaty and spicy on the nose. Almost gamy. Medium- to full-bodied, with thick tannins and an earthy finish. A bit rustic, but impressive concentration for the vintage. Best after 2004 . Details Reviews Description Smoky , meaty and spicy on the nose. Almost gamy. Medium- to full-bodied, with thick tannins and an earthy finish. A bit rustic, but impressive concentration for the vintage. Best after 2004.
1990 Chateau Canon-La Gaffeliere, Saint-Emilion (750ml) # FX90CANOAE 94WA, 93WS This wine has always tasted superb. Still a dark purple/garnet color, it offers an exotic bouquet of roasted coffee, caramelized herbs, sweet cassis, blackberries, chocolate, and licorice. The explosive bouquet is followed by a low acid, full-bodied, chewy wine with sweet tannin and ripe, jammy fruit and glycerin. It hit its peak of maturity 4-5 years ago, but is holding nicely. Consume it over the next 5-6 years. 94 points,
- Chateau Grand Pontet St. Emilion 2004 750ml France Bordeaux - Saint Emilion
This wine is from France, Bordeaux region, Saint Emilion sub-region. LE CARRE is a single-vineyard of just over one and a half hectares that abuts Clos Fourtet near the centre of the town of Saint Emilion.The vines date back to the middle of the last century and have been completely re-terraced since the purchase of the vines in 2004 from Chateau Canon, Premier Cru ClasseWith a cropping level of approximately 28 hectolitres to the hectare, double-sorting, and vinification in oak wooden vats, the wine -
2010 Chateau Cote De Baleau Saint Emilion CLASSIFICATION OF CRU Saint Emilion Grand Cru VINEYARD - Date created -since 1643 - Surface -8 hectares - Soils -clay and limestone - Grapes -Merlot 70%, Cabernet Franc 15%, Cabernet Sauvignon 15% - Average age of the vines -35 years WINE - Types of tanks -stainless steel + thermoregulation. "Malo" barrels - Breeding - 50% new barrels wine barrels 1 50% - Average annual production - Hectolitres/40 300 000 bottles 2012 Cascina Chicco Nebbiolo Langhe - . ... 2010
2004 Chateau Cheval Blanc 2004 Chateau Cheval Blanc 6L Bottle Size: 6L Bordeaux, Saint Emilion "Intense aromas of tar, blackberry and wet earth, with just a hint of tobacco and flowers. Full-bodied, chewy and long. Extracted, yet turns caressing and velvety in texture. Broad-shouldered and muscular for this estate." Wine Spectator - 94pts Customer Reviews No Reviews
This wine is from France, Bordeaux region, Saint Emilion sub-region. BORDEAUX BLEND Wine
Chateau Berliquet (1.5 Liter Magnum) 2004 Bordeaux Red Blends from St-Emilion, Bordeaux, France Item No. 101810 Characteristics of fruit, minerality and crispness. The harmony on the palate reveals the class of its soil. Chateau Berliquet The name of Berliquet is one of the oldest Saint-Emilion vineyards, it is already on the cards Belleyme in 1768. In 1829, Paguierre Berliquet been included among the 5 great wines of appellation. The classification of 1986 allowed Berliquet to regain the place it held
2006 Chateau Belair Saint Emilion (88 Points) Light jam and coffee aromas follow through to a full body, with soft, fruit-covered tannins and a berry and chocolate aftertaste. Best after 2013. 2,080 cases made. –JS Wine Spectator Issue: Web Only - 2009 2005 Domaine Alain Burguet Gevery Chambertin La Justice - (Score 89-91)Tasting note: An airy, perfumed and layered nose of red berry fruits, most notably raspberry merges into rich, swe... 2011 Chateau de Saint Cosme Gigondas - (89-92 points) Under the
- Chateau Fleur Cardinale St. Emilion Grand Cru 2004 750ml France - Saint Emilion
This wine is from France, Bordeaux region, Saint Emilion sub-region. Clos Canon is located just southwest of the village of Saint-Emilion, France, near the Church of St-Martin. In 1760, Jacques Kanon bought a small vineyard that surrounded the Church called Clos St. Martin - that parcel was to become the cornerstone of current-day Clos Canon. Over the following decade, Jacques expanded the property - still known as Clos St. Martin - to almost its current size. The estate changed hands again in 1919, when it
This wine is from France, Bordeaux region, Cotes De Castillon sub-region. Chateau dAiguilhe is a very old holding located on a rocky aiguille (French for needle or peak) in the Cotes de Castillon region. The peak was once used by the Knights Templar as a stronghold with the present chateau dating back to the 13th century. DAiguilhe is owned by Stephan von Neipperg who also owns several Saint-Emilion properties including Chateau Canon -La -Gaffeliere , Clos de lOratoire, Chateau Peyreau and La Mondotte.