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A big, thrusting, modern style of wine, packed with ripe black plum skin and vanilla flavors. To balance this power and fruit forward character, the typical 2004 freshness is very apparent, lifting the ...
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Rich, full-bodied, rich flavor of wine charms soft, well integrated tannins, berry notes, nuances of oak and spice. The finish is long, spicy, with age supplemented oak aromas.
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Good intensity with deep red color and purple tinges. Enticing nose full of cassis, mild spices and graphite. The whole bouquet is very expressive. The palate reveals a well structured and balanced wine ...
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Produced from an exceptional terroir, Le Petit Mouton de Mouton Rothschild is the second wine of Château Mouton Rothschild. Made with grapes from selected younger vines in the illustrious First Growth ...
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91 Point James Suckling - A wine with delicious plums and berry flavor character. Full body, fine tannins and a fruity finish. Lovely example here. Why wait? 90 Point Wine Enthusiast - The greatly improved ...
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More classic with noticeable tannins and higher acidity, this medium-bodied, elegant effort offers notes of earthy, loamy soil intermixed with black and red currant fruit. Drink this medium-bodied 2008 ...
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James Suckling - 98 Points - This accelerates on the palate with incredibly ripe tannins and finesse. Full body, roasted fruit, leather and grilled meat. Dried flowers, too. It shows superb tannin backbone ...
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80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc, 5% Petit Verdot. Average vine age is 37 years. In order to retain the advantage of older vines, the renewal of the vines is not done in lots, but periodically ...
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80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc, 5% Petit Verdot. Average vine age is 37 years. In order to retain the advantage of older vines, the renewal of the vines is not done in lots, but periodically ...
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Winemaker’s Notes This vintage, still in its youth, eludes a warm, perfumed atmosphere reminiscent of linden blossom and bluebells. It’s just like biting into a fresh grape. This is a robust wine ...
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RP97 The Wine Advocate - It is an exceptionally powerful wine with a dense purple color, superb intensity, and a beautiful, sweet nose of spring flowers, raspberries, blueberries, graphite, and creme de ...
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Initially, Mongravey often seems to use too much wood. With this 2013, although there are big wood tannins, the fruit is up to the challenge. The result is a rich wine that has weight, black berry fruits ...
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As ever, the urbane Antony Barton is the voice of reason in 2007: prices must come down but we should not forget that 2007 has yielded some very good wines. His Léoville-Barton is convincing proof ...
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The 2004 vintage saw the return of a very classic wine with a powerful, fresh, lively style, and a solid, precise structure. Very concentrated fruit is supported by an imposing structure, and already showing ...
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A dense ruby/purple color and a heady, vibrant, crunchy (what the French would call croquant) fruitiness (raspberries and cherries) along with spicy oak and herb notes emerge from this medium-bodied, moderately ...
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The many climates throughout France mean there are a wide variety of grapes grown in hundreds of growing regions. The country produces everything from red, white and rosé to sparkling, still and fortified. The grapes have been purposefully grown to pair well with food, a goal after our own hearts. French wine is often imitated but rarely exacted by other new world winemakers. It is the source of many grape varieties, practices and styles that have been used around the world.

France is big on linking its wine to the region of origin, as noted by its AOC label of origin. The emphasis on the growing region is reflected on the label where you are more likely to see this information than seeing the name of the grape. We make it easy for you to find a variety you will love without all of the advanced knowledge.

When you buy French wine, keep in mind quality and prices can be incredibly varied. Our selection includes options from every point in the spectrum from inexpensive cases to bottles of very high-end French wine. Browse our selection to find French wine for sale within a price range that works for you.

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