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Bordeaux Wines

Chateau Batailley, Pauillac 2004
£ 60.00
Quite robust with earthy fruit a hint of violets and leather. Great wine drinking now
Chateau Beaumont Cr Bourgeois 2010 Magnum
£ 59.00
Black-red, young rim, lots of ripe blackcurrant fruit on the nose, very good concentration of cassis in the pure Medoc style.
Chateau Cardinal Villemaurine, St Emilion Grand Cru, 2012
£ 23.50
A fruit driven, full bodied early drinking St Emilion with broad layers of indulgent, rich cherries, mocha and a hint of spice on the finish.
Chateau d'Angludet 2009 Margaux
£ 55.00
Intense, sweet, succulent and ripe blackcurrant fruit with a lovely freshness both on the nose and palate.Truly excellent and drinking perfectly now, but will keep- if you can!
Château d'Argadens, Bordeaux Supérieur 2012
£ 12.95
Generous fruit aroma on the nose, with a good fleshy structure, soft on the palate. Ready to drink now but will keep for a few years.
Chateau d'Issan, 2011
£ 55.00
Concentrated and intense with ripe aromas of red and black fruit and fine oak. Fleshy, powerful and well-balanced and quite persistent across the palate.

Château Ducru Beaucaillou ,Saint-Julien, 2004
£ 130.00
Still slightly closed on the nose but great great harmony on the palate with a great long finish
Chateau Grand Puy Lacoste, Pauillac 2005
£ 100.00

This is a stunning showing for Xavier Borie’s estate, one of my highest scoring wines of the entire tasting and vindicating its performance in barrel. It has an incredibly intense nose of black fruits, a touch of pine cones, then dried blood and smoke, but again, brilliant definition with a sense that it is saving itself for later. Astounding definition on the palate, real depth here, ripe blackberry, earthy, a touch of briary, very controlled and refined on the finish. Great length. Majestic. Drink 2020-2040+ Rating: 97-97 Neal Martin, (Jun 2009)

Château Haut-Bailly, Cru Classé Pessac-Léognan, 2005
£ 115.00
Ablend of 58% Cabernet Sauvignon, 36% Merlot and 6% Cabernet Franc. Parker rated 95-
Jancis Robinson's revue
Dark crimson. Savory nose and beautifully balanced with nothing out of line. Restrained and not quite unfurled but utterly convincing. Everything is tucked in there. Classic 2005 – very solid and chewy – but with great fruit buried there too. Jancis Robinson
Tasted: 29-Jan-2015
Chateau Lafon Rochet , St Estephe 2011
£ 41.00
Deep colour, with aromas of coffee, smoke and black cherries. Ripe black cherry and plums on the palate with ripe tannic grip. Drinking now- decant for an hour
Chateau Lamothe Cissac, Haut-Medoc, 2012
£ 18.25
Our best selling claret. Approachable blackcurrant fruit, a fine balance of tannin. Acidity and fruit in a great vintage.
The Chateau is  located partly in the commune of CISSAC adjacent to Pauillac and partly on the plateau of VERTHEUIL contiguous with Saint-Estèphe.
The plantings are 58% cabernet sauvignon, 35% merlot, 5% petit verdot and 2% cabernet franc and these make up the wines to a greater or lesser extent according to the harvest.
Chateau Leoville Poyferre 2006
£ 85.00

Chateau Les Ragottes Bordeaux 2016
£ 9.50
Very approachable, smooth everyday claret, very well structured and balanced,and excellent value .
Blend of about 65% merlot and 35% Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.
Chateau Malescot St Exupery , Margaux 2005
£ 120.00

A beautiful wine, once again, from this property that has been on a superb qualitative roll for several decades. Dense ruby/purple with notes of graphite, background oak, youthful crème de cassis and blackberry fruit as well as a floral underpinning, it is medium to full-bodied, textured, rich and impressive. Still in a somewhat adolescent stage, it should hit full maturity in another 2-3 years and last at least two decades. Drink 2017-2037.

Score: 96 Robert Parker, Wine Advocate (219), June 2015
Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1996
£ 540.00
Mint condition duty paid
Chateau Phelan Segur 2005
£ 65.00
Bordeaux that represents reasonably good value in this super-expensive vintage. Deep ruby to the rim, it offers up scents of damp earth, black currants, cherries, liquorice and herbs. 
Chateau Pontet Canet, 2006
£ 110.00
Black fruits and toast aromas. Big and tannic, medium purple in colour with an expressive, youthful nose of liquorice, roasted coffee, ripe plums and slight chocolate . A wine with elegant and smooth drive. Well-layered and complex with flavours being very well integrated. 
Chateau Potensac, Medoc 2011
£ 25.00
Coming from the same stable as Leoville las Cases in St Julien, the wine is firmly structured with firm tannins and dark fruit. Rich plum flavours are counterbalanced by solid tannins.
Chateau Robin Lussac Saint-Emilion 2014
£ 14.40
Ripe red fruit aroma on the nose with a good fleshy structure on the palate. Very attractive and currently drinking.
Chateau Roc de Breuil, Cotes de Bourg 2015
£ 10.80
This small estate has been handed down from mother to daughter for 3 generations and is currently tended by Corinne Baudouin who is involved from prunning the vine to the bottling !
Dark purple with aroma of black fruits with touches of dark chocolate, violets and plum - very margaux. Rounded on the palate with fine tannins and satisfying finish!
A blend of 85% Merlot 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Malbec
Clos de Marquis, St Julien 2001
£ 65.00
The second wine of the famous Ch Leoville Lascasse.
On the nose, blackberry, leather with a touch of cloves . The palate is medium-bodied with good fruit extraction, clean with good acidity cutting through bright blackcurrant and cassis fruits with a nice floral, elegant finish with a touch of chestnut. Very fine