Bordeaux

  • Saint Julien: 2ème Cru Classé: Château Léoville Poyferré 2004

    Saint Julien: 2ème Cru Classé: Château Léoville Poyferré 2004

    “The 2004 shows the property at its best. The blackcurranty aromas do not lack succulence and charm, yet the wine has considerable power, vigor and balance, with an abundance of black fruit flavours and fine length.” Neil Beckett – 1001 Wines You Must Try Before You Die

    • Bottle £90.00
    • Bottle Case £1,080.00
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  • Bordeaux: Lalande de Pomerol 'La Chenade' 2009

    Bordeaux: Lalande de Pomerol 'La Chenade' 2009

    Lalande de Pomerol 'La Chenade' from Denis Durantou - Great value, right-bank claret with a bit of bottle-age from the 2009 vintage. Crimson colour, wild berries and raisins on the nose, cedar, cassis, graphite and fleshy fruit on the palate.

    • Bottle £22.50
    • Bottle Case £270.00
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  • Bordeaux Supérieur: Château d'Abzac 2010

    Bordeaux Supérieur: Château d'Abzac 2010

    A classic ‘Bordeaux Supérieur' produced from mature rootstock grown on well-drained gravelly soil similar to that of Pomerol 6km to the South-West. Owner Baron d'Anglade has delivered a coup de maître with the 2010, which is smooth and ready to drink from release.

    • Bottle £11.75
    • Bottle Case £141.00
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  • Fronsac: Chateau la Vieille Cure 2005

    Fronsac: Chateau la Vieille Cure 2005

    "La Vieille Cure’s amazing 2005 is even better than their terrific 2003 and 2000. The 2005 boasts an inky/ruby color as well as a gorgeously sweet perfume of charcoal, black cherries, black currants, and spring flowers as well as an underlying mineral component. Superb concentration, full-bodied power, wonderful symmetry, purity, and texture, and a multidimensional mouthfeel are all found in this fabulous sleeper of the vintage." RP 93, Anticipated maturity: 2010-2020+ Robert Parker, Wine Advocate.

    • Bottle £35.00
    • Bottle Case £420.00
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Bordeaux wines

Bordeaux Wine - Buy Wine from the Bordeaux Region of France

Buying 'classed growth' Bordeaux wine is a relatively straightforward affair as the relative merits of different estates and vintages are well documented and, provided you do some research, you tend to get what you pay for. Recently, however, a run of superior vintages and booming demand in the Far East have put pressure on pricing and there are very few bargains to be found. Sourcing good value 'Petit Château' Claret is a much more complicated task as the quality varies enormously and there is very little third party testimonial available for cross-referencing.

We have been shipping Philippe Germain’s Château Peychaud for several years now and it has already established a loyal following. At Château d’Abzac, 6 kilometres north-east of Pomerol, the Baron and Baroness d’Anglade also make keenly-priced, forward-drinking red Bordeaux. Over on the Left Bank of the Gironde in the Médoc, at the aspirational end of the spectrum, we have secured another small parcel of the celebrated Leoville
Poyferré 2004.