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Philippe Christian, sommelier in catering, notably with Bernard Loiseau in Saulieu, then manager of a cellar in Paris for 12 years, specializing in great wines and rare vintages. He pays great attention to the selection of “Bordeaux Wines” to present you with the best quality at reasonable prices.

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La fleur Montagne Saint Emilion 2020 75cl
Château La fleur Montagne Saint Emilion 2020 75cl

Grape varieties 80% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon

Château La Fleur, with its 16 hectares of vineyard (12 hectares in Montagne Saint-Émilion, 1 hectare in Lalande de Pomerol and 3 hectares in Bordeaux), stands proudly in the commune of Néac.
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10,90 €
Trébiac Graves White 2022 75CL
Château Trébiac Graves White 2022 75CL

The castle is managed by Arnaud de Butler, Château Trébiac is located on the plateau of Graves in Portets, 35 km from Bordeaux. 

100% Sauvignon grape varieties.

A white gravel with a beautiful minerality.
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9,70 €
Lascombes 1990 Martgaux 75CL

Château Lascombes 1990 Margaux 75CL

2nd Cru Classe Margaux Red

Description of the wine

The qualitative explosion of recent years at Lascombes reaches its peak with this sumptuous 2005 vintage. A suave wine of remarkable intensity that concentrates all the nobility of the great Margaux. There is no doubt that we will now have to reckon with this château, which affirms its rank among the best second classified growths!
Details Domain
Classified as a second growth in 1855, Chateau Lascombes, located in the Margaux appellation, owes its name to its first owner, Chevalier Antoine de Lascombes, born in 1625. At the end of the 1952th century, Jean-François de Lascombes became attached thanks to his fortune to make Lascombes a very great wine. Alexis Lichine took over the estate in 2001. He completely restructured Château Lascombes and renovated the wine-growing facilities, thus giving a second wind to this grand cru. Château Lasbombes has been owned by the American group Colony Capital since April XNUMX. The new team has made every effort to improve the quality of this second growth while respecting the tradition stemming from a history and a glorious past.
Owner
Colony Capital
winemaking
The harvest is done entirely by hand. Vinification takes place in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats - Malolactic fermentation in barrels for the Merlots. The aging takes place over 18 months in new oak barrels (60%) - fining with egg white.
Terroir
Deep Quaternary bass
Area
84 hectares
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(1)
85,00 €
Domaine de Chevalier 1996 75 cl
DOMAINE DE CHEVALIER 1996
Pessac Léognan Rouge
Grapes: 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc

Damaged light labels

Domain Details
Located on the edge of the sandy plateau of the Landes, to the west, and the historic vineyard of Graves, which occupies the eastern part of the land, on the banks of the Garonne, the estate only affirms its viticultural vocation in the second half of the XNIXXth century. In 19, Arnaud Ricard and his son Jean, both coopers, acquired the farm which still bears the old Gascon name of "Chivaley". It is in fact Jean Ricard who, at the death of his father, three years later, sensing the exceptional party that could be drawn from the terroir of Chevalier, will be the real creator of the vineyard estate. On the death of Jean Ricard Gabriel Beaumartin, his son-in-law, succeeds him at the head of the farm and it is he who will really establish the reputation of the estate's wine. In 1865, after the death of Gabriel Beaumartin, his son-in-law, Jean Ricard, inherits the estate. But this one does not have a big interest in the field, it is finally his son, Jean, who takes the domain in hand, then only aged 1940 years. Thanks to him the domain gains in notoriety and technicality and propels the domain alongside the biggest ones. And from 21, Olivier Bernard will be the one to continue the work undertaken a hundred and twenty years ago.
Owner Family BERNARD

winemaking
The harvest is manual with sorting as and when picking. Collection in crates - Sorting after destacking - Gravity grading. Vinification is carried out in hot and cold thermoregulated vats with a maceration of 2 at 3 weeks after alcoholic fermentation. The aging takes place in new barrels (50% every 21 months) during 18 to 21 months. The collage is fresh egg white.
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83,00 €
Brane cantenac 1998 Margaux 75cl

Chateau BRANE CANTENAC 1998
2nd Cru Classé Margaux red

Grapes  74% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Merlot, 2% Cabernet Franc, 1% Petit Verdot

Slightly damaged label

Château Brane-Cantenac stands at the heart of the Margaux appellation.
Renowned for its wines of remarkable elegance and finesse, this 75-hectare property is an emblem of quality and excellence in the world of fine wines.
Since Henri Lurton took the helm in 1992, he has been committed to the mission of producing the best possible wine,
strengthen Brane's position as a second classified growth in 1855.




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118,00 €
M de Moulin Riche Saint Julien 2018 75cl

M de Moulin Riche Saint Julien 2018 75cl

Grapes: 48% Cabernet Sauvignon, 29% Merlot, 23% Petit Verdot.

Located northwest of the Saint Julien appellation, Château Moulin Riche consists of 20 hectares of vines. From these terroirs are born wines of pure delicacy, which no less reflect the elegant and structured style of the appellation.

This château was first the second wine of Château Léoville Poyferré before becoming independent in 2009 and claiming to be a Grand Vin in its own right.

M de Moulin Riche is the second wine of Château Moulin Riche. It is made from the youngest vines

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27,70 €
Mouton Rothschild 2019 75 cl

Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2019 
1st Grand Cru Classé Pauillac
Grapes 80% Cabernet Sauvignon 10% Cabernet Franc 8% Merlot 2% Petit Verdot
Second Wine The Little Sheep

Details Domain

The whole history of this castle is linked to the passion that Baron Philippe de Rothschild devoted to it from the age of 20. In 1853, Nathaniel de Rothschild bought the Brane Mouton vineyard and immediately renamed it Mouton Rothschild. But the property was of little interest to the family until the arrival of Baron Philippe de Rothschild in 1922. It is indeed thanks to him that the sheep became what it is today. With his strength of character and his sense of innovation, he was to be the initiator of "integral bottling at the chateau", and an avant-garde with the creation of labels specific to the property by famous painters (Miro, Chagall, Braque, Picasso, Delvaux...). His last challenge was to raise Mouton Rothschild to the rank of Premier Cru Classé in 1973 after 20 years of fighting. Today, it is the worthy heiress, Baroness Philippine de Rothschild, who is dedicated to respecting the Mouton Rothschild motto “First I am, second I was, Mouton never changes”.
Owner
GFA Baroness Philippine de Rothschild
winemaking
The harvest is entirely done by hand, the raisins are made in crates, the vinification in an oak vat for a period of 21 to 31 days, one of the last in the Médoc, the maturation in new oak barrels for 18 at 22 months.
Terroir
Fallen down
Area
75 hectares (184 acres)
Production capacity
25 cases or approximately 000 bottles. 2nd wine: Le Petit Mouton from Mouton Rothschild (3-000 cases)
Comments
The spectacular marriage of voluptuousness and depth sums up the Mouton style, with the added bonus of a refinement of touch and inimitable flavor.
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775,00 €
La Rame Cadillac 2022 Cadillac 75 cl

Château La Rame Cadillac 2022 Cadillac 75 cl

The Armand family has always been committed to producing Great Wines. It is a passion so consuming that it becomes the center of interest of an entire family, the main topic of conversation. This is how the transmission of the know-how acquired over the years has naturally been passed down from generation to generation. Now Angélique & Grégoire ARMAND, the children of Yves, are owners of Château La Rame & Château La Caussade. With the help of their father, they continue the story of these two properties.

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15,20 €
Dame de Gaffelière Saint Emilion Grand Cru 2020 75cl.
Dame de Gaffelière Saint Emilion Grand Cru 2020 75cl.

Grapes: 90% Merlot 10% Cabernet Franc

Created in 1985, Clos La Gaffelière is vinified and aged with as much care as the family's first wine.

In some foreign markets, Clos Gaffelière is sold under the Dame Gaffelière label.
The second wine of Château La Gaffelière has a specific vat and cellar.


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29,00 €
Joanin de Bécot Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux 2020 75cl
Château Joanin de Bécot Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux 2020 75cl

Grapes: 75% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Franc

Juliette Bécot and her dad have joined forces to acquire a new family property.
It was a new challenge for Gérard Bécot, and for his daughter Juliette.
They looked for terroirs and appellations close to Saint Emilion. In the Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux appellation, they discovered Château Joanin in the commune of Saint Philippe-d'Aguille.
This is an elegant and gourmet Bordeaux. 
 

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24,65 €
The Maurianne 2020 Puisseguin Saint Emilion 75cl

Grapes: 75% Merlot, 25% Cabernet franc

La Mauriane is not a domain or castle name, it is  from different selected plots  from Château Rigaud, a well-known terroir of the Puisseguin-Saint-Émilion appellation.
Pierre Taix launched this wine with the 1997 vintage.

These are 2 plots, i.e. 4,33 hectares – 75% of  Merlot  et 25% of  cabernet franc  - 

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21,80 €
DOMAINE DE CHEVALIER 2020

Pessac Léognan Rouge
Grapes: 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc

Domain Details

Located on the edge of the sandy plateau of the Landes, to the west, and the historic vineyard of Graves, which occupies the eastern part of the land, on the banks of the Garonne, the estate only affirms its viticultural vocation in the second half of the XNIXXth century. In 19, Arnaud Ricard and his son Jean, both coopers, acquired the farm which still bears the old Gascon name of "Chivaley". It is in fact Jean Ricard who, at the death of his father, three years later, sensing the exceptional party that could be drawn from the terroir of Chevalier, will be the real creator of the vineyard estate. On the death of Jean Ricard Gabriel Beaumartin, his son-in-law, succeeds him at the head of the farm and it is he who will really establish the reputation of the estate's wine. In 1865, after the death of Gabriel Beaumartin, his son-in-law, Jean Ricard, inherits the estate. But this one does not have a big interest in the field, it is finally his son, Jean, who takes the domain in hand, then only aged 1940 years. Thanks to him the domain gains in notoriety and technicality and propels the domain alongside the biggest ones. And from 21, Olivier Bernard will be the one to continue the work undertaken a hundred and twenty years ago.
Owner Family BERNARD

winemaking
The harvest is manual with sorting as and when picking. Collection in crates - Sorting after destacking - Gravity grading. Vinification is carried out in hot and cold thermoregulated vats with a maceration of 2 at 3 weeks after alcoholic fermentation. The aging takes place in new barrels (50% every 21 months) during 18 to 21 months. The collage is fresh egg white.
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(12)
79,00 €
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