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Wines From Bordeaux & Australia

2011 Domaine du Seuil Bordeaux Blanc $16.99

This chateau is a privately-held estate farming 17 of the finest lieu-dits in the Graves, on the banks of the Ciron River. Native yeasts, organically farmed, and had harvested: back to the future in Bordeaux. This wine is made from Sauvignon Blanc from just two lieu-dits on the right bank of the Garonne. 100% stainless steel and zero malolactic that makes for a crisp, refreshing, lean, yet lush white wine.

2006 Château Valentin Haut-Médoc $24.99

A debut to the US market. 100% Haut Medoc and 100% Grand vine de Bordeaux, not village “a.c.”. Handpicked Cabernet from vines that were 52 years old in 2006, makes up 80% of this classic. Merlot rounds it out, with a small 10% of Petit Verdot. Rich, warm colors in the glass, red fruits with blackberry and a whisper of bay leaf. Makes for a “dinner table” joy to drink. All sustainably farmed with natural yeasts and raised in cement and 2-3 year-old barrels.

2009 Château Soussans Margaux $43.99

Margaux that is irresistible right now. Yes, its charming and caressing style is seductive. Nearly half of the blend is Merlot from a parcel on the plain of Macau. The soil is dense with pebbles, as opposed to gravel and small stones. The cabernet shines with fruit, fresh and pure. No vanilla, no fairy dust and no “Home Depot”, aka wood/ lumber. Just irresistible, good old-fashioned Margaux at a bargain in this day of shy-high Bordeaux from the Margaux appellation.

2009 Brane-Cantenac Margaux $99.99

95 Points Robert Parker: “A spectacular effort from this estate rivaling their 2005, but more flashy/flamboyant, this dark ruby/purple wine has a strikingly intense nose of licorice, flowers, plums and dark berries. Medium to full-bodied, very approachable and silky, this suave, very sexy wine can be drunk early on as well as aged for 20+ years.”

2010 Duhart Milon (Lafite Rothschild) Pauillac $149.99

NEW UPGRADED PARKER SCORE

96 Points Robert Parker: “Dense purple, with classic notes of cedar and lead pencil shavings as well as gobs of black currants and licorice, the wine has a full-bodied mouthfeel with fabulous precision and density. It also possesses a long, silky finish with moderately high tannins, but they are ripe and well- integrated. The wood is clearly pushed to the background in this dense, full-bodied Pauillac, which should drink beautifully for 30+ years.”

2011 De Luliis Sémillon, Hunter Valley $19.99

The Hunter Valley renowned for producing some of the best Sémillon in the world. “Light straw-green; the bouquet is crisp and lifted, with citrus and grass notes, the palate with good drive, length and balance, and zesty, citrusy minerality, the finish bone dry.”- James Halliday 93 Points

2005 De Iuliis Aged Released Sémillon, Hunter Valley $28.99

You have to check out what aged Sémillon tastes like. It is truly delicious. When this grape starts to evolve like it is here, you begin picking up hints of honey and beeswax intertwined with the citrus fruits. “There is lots of buttered toast and lemon curd, offset by fresh straw on the bouquet; the palate is fine and racy, with tangy acidity providing drive and energy from the lemony start to the toasty finish.” - James Halliday 94 Points

2010 Eldridge Estate Chardonnay North Ridge, Victoria $39.99

“Aromas of citrus with a little peach entice you to start tasting. The palate is light but long, starting with citrus and moving on to a little melon and a bit of almond with a very lively line of acid keeping it in balance, which makes it perfect with fresh oysters or seafood risotto.”

2010 De Luliis Shiraz, Hunter Valley $25.99

A typical savory Hunter style Shiraz with persistent spice and white pepper characters dominating. The mid-palate displays ripe fruit characters of cherry, plum, and blackcurrants, combined with subtle spicy oak and firm but elegant tannins. 95 Points James Halliday

2010 Andrew Thomas Wines Shiraz DJV, Hunter Valley $34.99

“Winemaker Andrew Thomas is renowned for his Sémillons but is also a master of shiraz. Bright colour; a fragrant bouquet leads into a silky, supple palate with a core of fresh red fruits, faintly savoury/earthy nuances on the periphery. Totally seductive and delicious now, but with a great future. 96 Points!”- James Halliday

2010 Eldridge Estate Pinot Noir, Victoria $54.99

“Dark shade of garnet that is very enticing. The nose oozes dark cherry with a hint of maraschino cherry. The palate is rich, powerful and very long. The flavors begin with dark cherry and a tannic grip that suggest improvement with some time in the cellar. Eldridge Estate is a 3 hectares property on Red Hill in Mornignton Peninsula.”

**COME AND TASTE SOME OF THESE WINES ON SATURDAY APRIL 13TH FROM 1:00 TO 4:00 PM**

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