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2009 Chateau 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 Feb. 2012
2010 Chateau de Pitray Cotes de Castillon $17.99
The Chateau de Pitray is situated on the western end of the Dordogne Valley, in the Bordeaux wine region, and a stone’s throw from the historic medieval village of St. Emilion. Complex, beautiful, multi-layered nose of brown spices, rose petal, earth, mixed berries, persimmon, and plums. The palate is good-sized with ample tannins and a fruit-forward profile of cherries and red berries with a hint of black berry and vanilla on the supple finish. A blend of 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Franc.
2010 Chateau Le Sartre Pessac-Leognan $26.99
A truly great bargain from this fantastic appellation! “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.” Robert Parker Feb. 2013
2010 Chateau 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. Sweet, seductive blueberry and raspberry fruit along with some toast and damp earth characterize this always vibrant, exuberant style of wine that seems to be mostly Merlot. Drink it over the next 5-7 years.” Robert Parker May 2011 and Feb. 2013
2010 Chateau La Dauphine Fronsac $27.99
The château was built between 1744 and 1750 by Jean-Baptiste de Richon, lawyer to the Paris parliament and a civil and criminal judge in the Duchy of Fronsac. A blend of 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc “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 Feb. 2013
2010 Vieux Clos St-Emilion Grand Cru $27.99
“Probably the finest wine I have ever tasted from this estate, the elegant yet substantial 2010 (50% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Franc and 10% Malbec) reveals more texture than normal along with abundant notes of licorice, Christmas fruitcake, cedar, underbrush, black currants and cherries. Medium-bodied as well as deeper and more powerful than most vintages, it is ideal for drinking over the next 7-8 years. Supple and fruity, with notes of fruitcake, cedar wood, underbrush, black cherries and black currants, this round, hedonistically styled St.-Emilion is always value-priced and is best drunk in its first 5-7 years of life.” Robert Parker May 2011 and Feb. 2013
2009 Chateau La Tour de Mons Margaux $32.99
One of the greatest values from the stellar appellation of Margaux! With its history stretching back for several centuries, Château La Tour de Mons is a single block vineyard, surrounded by a wall and located in the northern part of the Margaux appellation near the banks of the Garonne, as are all the very best Médoc Crus. The origins of the château date back to the 13th century and many generations have been involved. Amongst its illustrious owners was Pierre de Mons, who acquired the property in 1623 and gave it his name. The estate belonged to his lineage until the end of the 20th century. A blend of 55% Merlot, 36% Cabernet Sauvignon, 4% Petit Verdot. “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 Mar. 2012
2008 Chateau Hortevie Saint Julien $34.99
“Perhaps the finest Hortevie I have ever tasted, this wine is made by Bruno Borie at Ducru Beaucaillou. The 2008 possesses a dense purple color in addition to sweet notes of black currants, incense, and subtle smoke. It is a rich, broad, medium to full-bodied, juicy, succulent sleeper of the vintage that is meant to be consumed during its first decade of life. 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.” Robert Parker Apr. 2009 and May 2011