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Chateau Lynch-Bages Pauillac 2010
Following the superb 2009 vintage, came 2010 to rival it…Both 2009 and 2010 had great amounts of alcohol, tannins and colour. The big difference between the vintages is in the acid levels. Indeed, thanks to the cool nights and generally lower temperatures, 2010 had much higher levels of acidity. In ... more
Chateau Fontenil Fronsac 2010
The 40-year-old vines of Château Fontenil are on a slope with a southerly aspect, looking down on the river Isle (a tributary of the Dordogne) and the town of Libourne. The wine is a blend of 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and is aged for 12 - 15 months ... more
Chateau d'Yquem Sauternes 1988
Winter: Winter 1987-1988 was very mild and wet.
Spring: The rain continued and even caused flooding.
Summer: From mid-June onwards, the rain gave way to droughtlike conditions which lasted several months. Flowering occurred under very good conditions, which lasted for the rest of the growing season.
The grapes were ripe ... more
Chateau d'Yquem Sauternes 1990
The colour has amber tinges and is just beginning to show its age. The nose is also showing some development with hints of candied orange, plums, and dried apricot. The wine starts out extremely soft on the palate. Its roundness is balanced by good acidity and a slight, but very ... more
Domaine du Jaugaret Saint Julien 2009
Domaine du Jaugaret Monsieur Fillastre: harvests his "field blend" usually in one or two days. The grapes are placed into a small press and are crushed manually. The cuvaison is long, frequently extending three (3) weeks or more. The wine is then racked into small barrels (only a minor percentage ... more
1.5L SKU 19678
Château-Coutet Barsac 1998
Château Coutet is a Premier Cru Classé from the Barsac appellation. Château Coutet is approximately 85% Sémillon and 15% Sauvignon Blanc (depending on the vintage). The grapes come from 95 acres of vines planted in red clay, sand and gravel soil, with limestone subsoil. The wines are fermented and aged ... more
Chateau Rieussec Sauternes 1999
An early growing year that caused us to maintain a sustained rhythm during the growing season. Risks of disease were present due to the alternation of great heat and humid conditions. Harvests for the first sweet grapes began on 31 August, with a great concentration. Sorting began again on 4 ... more
Chateau Rieussec Sauternes 2000
A tiny yield, but a quality vintage. Indeed, the fine early harvest, with developed botrytis on ripe grapes, was unfortunately followed by rain and so could not produce noble wines. In the end, only the initial harvests were kept, which made this vintage the lowest volume since 1993 (there was ... more
Chateau Rieussec Sauternes 2003
A powerful, rich and concentrated vintage. The nose is intensely fruity with lots of spice and the palate combines elegance and richness. A good sugar/spice balance suggests that it is suitable for long-ageing. Before bottling, it retains its exceptional power with notes of vanilla and an amazingly long finish. more
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