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The wines of Chateau Leoville Poyferre are first distinguished by their considerable aromatic complexity ranging from red fruits, such as cherry, to mushroom for older vintages. Thanks to its terroir, Leoville ...
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The result of rigorous selection at each stage of production, in both the vineyard and the winery, this great, predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon wine is typical of the Saint-Estephe appellation. Structured ...
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The 2004 was born in conditions closely resembling those of 1996: the same unsettled summer weather, the same early autumn and the same rainy harvest. Last minute rain, though, in no way modifies the body ...
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The wines of Chateau Poujeaux always have a color very strong, very profound. The subtle flavors, soft tannins and silky hope are never aggressive even in their youth. Power, charm, elegance and balance, ...
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The color is deep clear garnet red. The nose reveals delicate notes of chocolate, dried fruit and coffee. The lightly toasted wood is subtle and very well integrated. On the palate the wine is solid and ...
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Attractive bouquet od red and black fruit, lovely and fresh, clear-cut and complex. Dense and round on the palate, it is powerful, yet elegant and has a very creamy texture.
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This dense red offers a big core of currant, plum and cassis, with lots of buried violet and anise. Really loaded on the back end, this is very muscular, but still velvety. Features saturated fruit on the ...
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Chasse-Spleen that got a normal return is a fairly dense bodied wine with matter, tannins, concentration and a nice finale a little vegetable.
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Croix Beaucaillou, like a first growth, is therefore submitted to careful selection. Most of the wines coming from the plots of young vineyard as well as the lesser batches will incorporate the third growth ...
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93 Points The Wine Advocate - This impeccably run, biodynamically farmed estate of Alfred Tesseron goes from strength to strength. The 2012 triumphs once again with its notes of dark plum, blackcurrant, ...
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Haut-Medoc is the large southern section of the greater Medoc district of Bordeaux in south-western France and also the name of the appellation that covers the vineyards here. It accounts for two-thirds ...
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Our own Pauillac comes from the cellars of Jean-Charles Cazes (of Ch. Lynch Bages fame) and shows great typicity of both terroir and vintage. Deeply coloured, the wine has an intense nose of leafy blackcurrant ...
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This great wine is made for cellaring. It is slowly following its evolutionary path. It oscillates between periods of closure and openness during which one discovers a vast aromatic palette filled with ...
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Tasted ex-château and single blind in Southwold. I was rather mean to this 2008 when I first composed my notes, but it seemed to blossom in the glass. It is initially very reticent on the nose, typical ...
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Dense purple, with loads of blueberry and blackberry fruit as well as hints of smoke and subtle charred wood, this wine is expansive, round, generous, lush and multi-dimensional. This beauty can be drunk ...
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A good Bordeaux Blend allows winemakers to play cook with their recipes. The blend characteristically features mostly Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes because there's nothing that goes better with wine than more wine. Many blends feature a variety of grapes and often include Petit Verdot, Malbec, and especially Cabernet Franc. Each bottle features its own unique proportion of grapes to play up or mellow out the features of the complementing grapes.

The grapes for the Bordeaux Blend come from the left bank or the right bank of the growing region. In a very West Side Story type of affair, the right bank is predominantly Merlot with a more juicy and smooth profile while the left bank is predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon with bolder tannins and a peppery notes. Which side of the port will you choose?

Although the blend is characterized by its grapes from the Bordeaux growing region in France, let your taste buds get a little exotic. We carry blends from all over the globe, including Italy, Israel, California and South Africa. Wines from the Bordeaux region are typically red, there are some white Bordeaux Blanc blends. These light blends include Muscadelle and Sauvignon Gris grapes to produce a sweet golden dessert wine or a citrusy, fresh and fruity blend.

Much like the taste profiles of the Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon that make up our Bordeaux Blends, this collection of red wine typically has a medium to full body with flavor profiles that include everything from dark berries to baking spices and vanilla. We recommend gilled dark meats and roasted vegetables to bring out the best in this red wine. Sip it slowly or wash down your day with a bottle of Bordeaux.

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