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An elegant red blend produced in Saint-Emilion, Les Roches De Yon-Figeac enjoys subtle hints of dark chocolate and seasoned berry. Comprised of 83% Merlot, 13% Cabernet Franc, and 4% Petit Verdot, this ...
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La Sirène de Giscours (Margaux AOC): This second wine of Château Giscours comes from the selection of our youngest vines. The vinification and aging benefit from the same care as the Grand ...
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Velvety plum, blackberry and cocoa notes are meshed here, with a backdrop of tobacco that hangs through the finish.
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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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Deep ruby/purple-hued wine exhibits cassis, camphor, lead pencil shavings and pen ink-like characteristics in its medium-bodied personality. With sweet tannins and loads of fruit, it will provide plenty ...
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The wine is dark, an attractive garnet red with deeper shades of violet. Reflecting the high proportion of Merlot, Chateau Clerc Milon 2008 opens on intense, almost jammy red fruit mingled with delicate ...
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96 points Wine Enthusiast - Minty new wood aromas on a wine that shows both great tannins and sweet wood. The fruit is still to show, but promises fresh plum flavors that will be delicious and juicy. This ...
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Merlot is king in Saint-Emilion with Cabernet Franc playing the queen. Clay, sand, and gravel are the perfect compliment to the two varietals. Chateau Simard produces only one wine, it is a classic and ...
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Very beautiful deep garnet-red colour with a complex, charming bouquet featuring roasted and toasty aromas as well as hints of black fruit and vanilla..Elegant, concentrated, powerful, and well-balanced ...
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The wines produced at Chateau la Vieille Cure are, as has been the tradition for centuries, fine wines meant for careful consumption. While they can be enjoyed young, they are best appreciated at 4 years ...
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A stunning success for the vintage, and possibly the Margaux of the year, this wine, which achieved 13.5% natural alcohol, is a blend of 51% Merlot, 41% Cabernet Sauvignon and 8% Petit Verdot. Loads of ...
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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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96 Points - Wine Enthusiast - Barrel Sample. With 82% of Cabernet Sauvignon (more than usual), this is a classic juicy, black currant-flavored Bordeaux. It has great style, its juicy, crisp character shining ...
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Elegant wine with concentrated flavor, well-structured, has a pronounced varietal characteristics Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, ripe berry enchanting notes and soft, silky tannins.
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Beautiful red robe. Very fruity nose of red fruits (blackcurrent, strawberry). The mouth is fruity too, round and well balanced. This wine would be appreciated at the right temperature (between 16 and 18°C) ...
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The Bordeaux region of France – the country's largest growing region – can be found along the Gironde estuary on the west coast. The rivers of the region are a key part of the flavor profiles. The right band produces blends with more Merlot, creating a red wine that is bold yet smooth and juicy with subtle tannins. The left bank is what made this region famous. Its blends are dominated by Cabernet Sauvignon, producing a peppery wine with stronger tannins, higher alcohol content and a higher acidity.

The vast majority of grapes grown here include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Malbec. The region does, however, produce some white wines. White Bordeaux blends typically include Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon.

Which bank will you prefer? Order Bordeaux wine for sale online at Wine Chateau to decide which side you're on.

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