Take a trip around Bordeaux’s famous appellations with this wonderful selection of 6 mature vintages from some of the region’s star producers. Drinking beautifully now and over the next few years.
2009 Chateau Belgrave, Haut Medoc – A terrific Classed Growth from one of the finest vintages of the century. Dark ripe fruit, liquorice, spice and a long balanced finish.
2016 Segla, Margaux - The sumptuous second wine from the great Rauzan Segla is a very fine Margaux in its own right, never truer than in the outstanding 2016 vintage.
2014 Reserve de Leoville Barton, St Julien - Classic claret with plump and juicy red and black fruit, firm tanins and hints of leather and spice.
2017 C des Carmes Haut Brion, Graves – Silky smooth Cab Sav lead blend with gorgeous red fruit and creamy mocha from vineyards near to Smith Haut Lafitte.
2017 La Chenade. Lalande de Pomerol – An 80/20 blend of Merlot and Cab Sav with dark juicy fruit, soft supple tannins and a gorgeous mouthfeel. A real crowd-pleaser.
2014 Croix Canon, St Emilion - Medium bodied with dark raspberry and blackberry fruit, liquorice, fine grain tannins and a slight smokiness on the long finish.