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2012 Château Martinon Blanc Entre-Deux-Mers $12.99
A blend of mostly Semillon with Sauvignon Blanc and a touch of Muscadelle. The floral and mineral scented 2012 Château Martinon offers juicy lemon, citrus, and marmalade fruit, which makes it an ideal accompaniment to oysters (the classic match), fish, grilled poultry, and light meats. It is also a great choice to sip all by itself.
2009 Château Haut-Sociondo Premieres Cotes de Blaye $12.99
A great value from the fantastic 2009 Bordeaux vintage. This wine is made primarily from Merlot from the Premières Côtes de Blaye region on Bordeaux’s Right Bank. It has flavors of cherry and blackberry with a hint of earth and tobacco. The texture is smooth and lush with silky tannins and a lingering finish.
2009 Château Les Tours Seguy Cotes de Bourg $13.99
“This is the best wine I have ever tasted from this small property, and it sells for a song. The wine has an unusually dark plum/purple color and a highly projected fragrance of white chocolate, raspberries, earth and kirsch. Ripe, fleshy and succulent, this wine is loaded with berry fruit, has an endearing texture, and should drink well for another 2-3 years.”- Robert Parker
2010 Château de Pitray Côtes de Castillon $17.99
“This recently resurrected estate has fashioned a 2010 offering abundant notes of black cherries, black currants and licorice with a hint of barrique in the background. It is a medium-bodied, richly fruit Cotes de Castillon to drink during its first 4-5 years of life.”- Robert Parker
2010 Château Marsau Cotes de Francs $26.99
“A big time sleeper of the vintage from proprietor Jean-Marie Chadronnier, this wonderful Merlot-dominated 2010 offers up notes of cocoa, kirsch, mocha, plums and black raspberries. Drink this sexy, seductive offering over the next 7-8 years.”- Robert Parker
2010 Château Angelique de Monbousquet (Chateau Monbousquet) $26.99
The second wine of Monbousquet that drinks wonderfully now, but can age. It has plenty of sweet black raspberry and black cherry fruit with a hint of espresso roast, spice, and toast. The tannins are super soft and supple and the palate is lush and long.
2010 Château Le Sartre Pessac-Leognan $26.99
Owned by Château Carbonnieux. “Consultant Dr. Alain Raynaud has produced a sleeper of the vintage with this wine, which displays loads of deep raspberry fruit as well as some tobacco leaf, cedar wood and Christmas fruitcake. A blend of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Merlot, this is an up-and-coming estate to keep an eye on. Fairly priced and already drinkable, this reasonably evolved, medium to full-bodied, expansively flavored Pessac-Leognan should drink nicely for up to a decade.”- 90 Points Robert Parker
2010 Château La Dauphine Fronsac $27.99
“An attractive cranberry and mulberry-like fruitiness with hints of underbrush and damp earth permeates this medium-bodied, stylish, mid-weight wine. Dark ruby, it is soft enough to be consumed over the next 5-6 years, but seems to have adequate stuffing to possibly last longer.”- Robert Parker
2010 Château Gressier Grand-Poujeaux Moulis $28.99
“A spectacular wine made by the owners of nearby and better-known Chateau Chasse-Spleen, this is a seriously endowed, dense, full-bodied wine made from an equal part blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Oodles of black fruits, licorice, truffle and new saddle leather are present as well as some toasty oak. Full-bodied, deep, pure and exceptionally long in the mouth, this is a major overachiever that should drink nicely for 10-15+ years.”- 92 Points Robert Parker
2009 Château La Tour de Mons Margaux $32.99
“This assertive red delivers bold flavors, with crisp texture, offering bright black cherry and pomegranate notes over firm tannins. Orange zest acidity carries this through the juicy finish. Drink now through 2020.”- 91 Points Wine Spectator
2008 Château Hortevie Saint Julien $34.99
This wine is made by Château Ducru-Beaucaillou. “A delicious sleeper of the vintage, the dense plum-colored 2008 Hortevie offers up scents of herbs, earth, Asian spices, black currants and sweet kirsch. With supple tannins, medium to full body and a silky, opulent texture, this is a big time sleeper of the vintage to enjoy over the next decade.”- 90 Points Robert Parker