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Ducru’s 1989 was one of the more tannic, backward wines in the blind tasting. It is cleanly made, and well-crafted, with plenty of black-raspberry and cassis fruit nicely touched by minerals and a fragrant, ...
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The dark ruby/purple-colored, slightly austere and angular 2011 Montrose possesses a more masculine style with firm tannin, medium body, and cassis, black currant and earth notes. The wine tails off slightly ...
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Wine rich ruby color.The aroma of wine - a delightful symphony of music woven dark cherries, blueberries and minerals. The wine has a gorgeous, seductive flavor with notes of dark fruit, cherries and cream, ...
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Solid and concentrated, this wine certainly shows great dryness as well as fruit. It has power and density, and a texture that balances new wood as well as the fruitiness.
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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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On the nose lovely fresh floral notes, followed by lots of red and black fruits, as well as cedar wood and black pepper. The palate is full bodied, with prominent, ripe tannins. Extremely long finish.
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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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This fine wine is a French Still Wine 2006 vintage from Bordeaux Haut Medoc produced by Chateau Clerc Milon that is 750ml.
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This is really quite strong for the vintage. Open and forward, this medium bodied, dark cherry, licorice and mocha profile is made even better with the soft, dark red fruits in the finish.
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Marquis de Terme Generique 2008 is a red wine, made by Marquis de Terme Generique. Its origin is Margaux in Médoc, Bordeaux, France. It is made from a Red Bordeaux blend. It is produced from the ...
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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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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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Tasting : Deep red, aromas of blueberry, plum, leather, tobacco and mocha. Sweet, plummy and pliant, with a creamy, fine-grained texture for the vintage. Very plush wine, richer than the 2006 and at least ...
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Though the relative merit of the wines from Chýteau La Lagune took a dip during the mid 20th century, a quiet revolution in viticulture and winemaking has cospired to produce wine sof richness, generosity ...
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Deep garnet in color.On very ripe aromas, very well adjusted wooded.Rich, dense and generous, sweet tannins and very tasty.
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White Bordeaux blends are typically a blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon, Muscadelle and a few other grapes from the Bordeaux banks. Although the white blends account for so little of the wine coming out of the region, they are quite popular, so we suggest getting your hand on a several bottles. Enjoy discounts, deals and free shipping to add this gem to your collection.

Most white Bordeaux blends are light and fruity with distinct flavors and aromas including grapefruit, lime, grass, honey and gooseberry. These lighter blends tend to be less expensive than the other rich and creamy blends from the same region. These creamier blends feature lemon, apple, pear, ginger, orange peel and caramelized flavors that make this blend a highly sought-after wine. Both variations are balanced and easy to drink seeing as they tend to have a lower acidity and milder fruity flavors than many of their white wine counterparts. Get the best of both banks when you shop for Bordeaux blends at Wine Chateau.

When it comes to hosting your next dinner party, think of fresh and green. Stay away from food pairings with a high acidity. A more toned down meal will allow the Bordeaux blend to stand out rather than be overshadowed. Try a dish with basil, avocado, lime or garlic to give your meal flavors that will complement the wine. A nice pasta dish with basil pesto instead of tomato sauce will pair nicely with this variety. Even a good guacamole would go well with a Bordeaux blend when you are lounging around with friends and flicks.

At Wine Chateau, we pride ourselves in bringing you a wide selection of white wines, including Bordeaux blends to expand your own collection. Shop white Bordeaux blends online for extra savings and a chance to try new varieties.

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