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We were concerned that the rainy harvest might dash our high hopes founded with the early blossoming, dry spring and scorching August. That turned out not to be the case. There was no rainfall until the ...
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Chateau Victoria nestles in the north of Saint-Estephe. The 20 hectares of the domain are situated on a sandy, clay soil giving to the wine a good ageing potential. 75% Cabernet Sauvignon & 25% Merlot. ...
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This is an extremely Grand Vin for a second wine. A beguiling perfumed nose seems to offer almost tropical hints to the main fruity, floral and cedar aromas. Carruades is normally a bit harder to get into ...
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The wine is elegant and complex, very Margaux . The bouquet is fruity. On the palate it is round and rather exudes harmony with well-integrated tannins .
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Dégustation de Bernard Burtschy : Une version tannique et concentrée, assez compact, avec un peu de velouté qui signe Palmer En savoir plus : http://avis-vin.lefigaro.fr/vins-champagne/bordeaux/medoc/margaux/d15240-chateau-palmer/v15241-chateau-palmer/vin-rouge/2011#ixzz4IAiIL7fn
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Beautiful deep ruby in color.Fruity and expressive aromas on the nose.Well balanced with good structure, end on finesse.
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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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Manual harvest, sorting on the main strain and finish on the sorting table. Traditional Bordeaux winemaking in concrete tanks where volumes are proportional to the parcel. Temperature control. Fermentation ...
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This first growth reveals a remarkably complex nose with subtle new oak. The palate starts supple but finishes with great intensity. Although delicious now, this top rated wine has the structure to last.
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From the southern reaches of Margaux, this is already a velvet-textured wine with delicious black currant fruits and a touch of wood that is still showing. It will mature quickly and enjoyably.
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Floral and blackberry and currant. Full to medium body. Round and velvety with chocolate and nuts. A firm and structured Alter Ego de Palmer.
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A modern day version of the 1959 Lafite...it represents a ripe version of the essence of Lafite-Rothschild. Dense purple-colored, with classic notes of graphite intertwined with melted licorice, creme de ...
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Lively, with good lift and floral aromatics followed by a fresh mix of red cherry, black cherry, red currant and black currant. Nice tarry edge creeps in on the finish.
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From a small estate, this big, ripe and fruity wine has swathes of black fruits to go with the dark, brooding tannins. Very broad and fruity, the wine is always likely to be structured. Drink from 2017.
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Already deliciously fruity, this is a big, ripe, black-fruit-dominated wine. To balance the black currant flavor, there is a fine sense of structure, which offers a dry edge along with final acidity.
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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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