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The Vinogourmets cellar welcomes you from Tuesday to Sunday to offer you a large range of 14 “Bordeaux Saint Emilion”.
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 close attention to the choice of “Bordeaux Saint Emilion Wines” in order to offer you the best quality/price ratio.

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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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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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D'ARVOUET 2018 75CL

Château D'arvouet Montagne Saint Emilion 2019 75cl


The Vieux Bayard-Arvouet vineyard is located in Bordeaux, in the middle of the most prestigious terroirs of Libourne and in the north-eastern extension of Saint-Émilion on the right bank of the Garonne and the Dordogne.

This charming property of 4 hectares is located on the place of Arvouet.
Its surface is in one piece and presents a traditional right bank grape variety.

Grapes : Merlot 70%, Cabernet Sauvignon 15%, Cabernet Franc 15%. 

This wine presents a dress of a beautiful deep purple color, a very accessible fruity and vanilla nose at the same time. The palate illustrates Merlot on predominantly clay soil, it is supple, generous and delicate. This wine is a delicacy of ripe fruit with melted, balanced and suave tannins.

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THE CEDAR OF JEAN FAURE 2019 75CL
THE CEDAR OF JEAN FAURE 2020 SAINT EMILION

Second wine of Château JEAN FAURE

Located in the heart of the Grands Crus Classés terroir of Saint-Émilion, CHÂTEAU JEAN FAURE is located near Château Cheval Blanc and Château Figeac. This vineyard is made up of 18 ha, soil of clay and iron dross composed of a dominant Cabernet franc (50%). Priority is given to soil and wildlife life, this property has been in organic conversion since 2014.
The grounds are worked by the horses of the field (natural grassing and weeding around the feet). 

JEAN FAURE cedar comes from the young vines of Château JEAN FAURE.
Olivier DECELLE presents us with a very elegant and smooth Saint Emilion with a very mastered aging.
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angelus 2018 75cl
CHATEAU L' ANGELUS 2018

1st Grand Cru Classé A Saint Emilion 

Comments from the ChâteauAngélus is certainly one of the Châteaux which has progressed the most over the past thirty years. This meteoric rise earned it, when the Saint-Emilion classification was revised in 1996, the rank of Premier Grand Cru Classé B. A daring marriage of grape varieties, including a large proportion of Cabernet Franc, smoothness, purity and rare elegance. This is in a nutshell what defines the style of this legendary castle. In 2012, with the new classification, it joined the emblematic Château Cheval Blanc and Château Ausone. It thus reaches the very restricted elite of the Saint-Emilion appellation with the Premier Grand Cru Classé A rank. unique design, black and gold screen printing.

“The requirement leads us to always favor excellence. This is why our label is a symbol of dreams and trust » Hubert de Boüard Laforest
History of the ChâteauIt was at the beginning of the 20th century that Maurice de Boüard inherited a wine estate which he enlarged by buying 3 ha of vines located next to Mazerat called Angélus. The property then takes the name of this very ancient land from which the local winegrowers could hear the Angelus ringing simultaneously from the three chapels. The Boüard sons gradually enlarged the castle, from then on called Angélus, by buying the neighboring plots until it reached its current configuration in 1960. 

In 1954 the château was classified as a grand cru of Saint-Emilion, the notoriety accompanying this honor enabled it to weather the crisis of the 70s and the revival of the Bordeaux vineyards in the 1980s. Hubert de Boüard Laforest, a descendant of Maurice and a graduate of the he university of oenology in Bordeaux decides to take over the domain. His knowledge of wine as well as his resolutely modern policy have enabled the estate to make enormous progress.

Early barreling after maceration, organic manure, grassing… are among the innovations that allow this château to rise to the highest level. Angélus was also one of the first castles to use sorting tables. 

Stéphanie de Boüard-Rivoal, daughter of Hubert, joined the management of the estate in 2012, this same year, the castle reached the supreme rank of Premier grand cru classé A.

Today

Coming from a financial background, Hubert's daughter was able to impose her ideas, starting with rigor and organization. Her modern and ambitious management, coupled with her passion for the vine, transmitted by her father, make her a perfectionist manager who masters the full potential of Angélus: "In front of us, we certainly have competing investors who have enormous financial means , but we have other assets: a family, know-how, a region. By reducing the number of trading houses in her distribution network from 140 to 80, Stéphanie is sorting out and only wants the best for Angélus, the château's reputation takes precedence over everything else. The communication, the image and the international influence of the castle are at the heart of its project. The exceptional terroir from which it benefits and the great vintages of the 2000s will undoubtedly allow it to place Angélus on the roof of the wine world.
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PETIT CORBIN OF SPAIN 2019 SAINT EMILION GRAND CRU 75CL
Petit Corbin d'Espagne 2019 Saint Emilion Grand Cru 75CL

The name of DEspagne is attached to the land of Saint-Émilion; there are documents showing the presence of the Despaignes in the XNUMXthth and XIVth century.
Today the seventh generation of the same family represented by François DEspagne runs this cru and perpetuates with respect these values ​​inherited.
Located north of the Saint-Emilion appellation, bordering Pomerol, the vineyard of Château Grand Corbin-DEspagne is found on two main types of soil: clay-sandy-siliceous with iron grime and ancient superficial sands on compact blue clays.


Petit Corbin-DEspagne is a selection of lots from vines between 10 and 20 years old.

Grapes 80% Merlot - 20% Cabernet-Franc 

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Tour du Sème 2016 37.50CL

Tour du Sème 2016 Saint Emilion Grand Cru Red
2 th Château Milens Wine

Description of the wine
Tour du Sème is a supple, elegant, well-balanced wine to be tasted between two and five years depending on the vintage.
Details Domain
Tour du Sème, the little brother of Château Milens, is made with the same care as its predecessor: the management of the vines, manual harvesting, partial vinification in small thermo-regulated vats.

Also coming from low yields, the will is to focus on balance and freshness while maintaining a good concentration.

The selection is done by the choice of plots, the youngest are for the Tour du Sème, the aging is done in barrels of second wine (Milens).
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JEAN FAURE 2019 75CL

Château JEAN FAURE 2019 SAINT EMILION GRAND CRU CLASS


A historic premier cru, appearing in the middle of the 18th century on the first cartography of the great Bordeaux terroirs, Château Jean Faure has survived the ages with consistency. Formerly attached to Figeac, Jean Faure has not changed in area since the beginning of the 19th century.

Château Jean Faure claims more than 50% Cabernet-franc. Unique grape variety in Saint-Émilion but very close to that of the mythical vintages of Cheval Blanc and Figeac. This composition: 50% Cabernet Franc, 45% Merlot and 5% Malbec inclines the cru towards elegance and freshness.

Historic 18 hectare vineyard, CHÂTEAU JEAN FAURE is rooted in a magnificent terroir of clay and iron dross composed of a dominant Cabernet Franc (50%). Xavier Choné, Agricultural engineer and Doctor of Oenology, carried out a large-scale pedological study on the soil of Château Jean Faure by having 30 surveys carried out. It summarizes the geology and the relief of the vineyard of Château Jean Faure: “80% of the surface of the vineyard of Château Jean Faure presents a very clayey subsoil which appears from 30 to 100 cm in depth. The roots can go down to 150 to 200 cm deep.

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JEAN FAURE 2018 75 CL
Château JEAN FAURE 2018 SAINT EMILION GRAND CRU CLASS


A historic premier cru, appearing in the middle of the 18th century on the first cartography of the great Bordeaux terroirs, Château Jean Faure has survived the ages with consistency. Formerly attached to Figeac, Jean Faure has not changed in area since the beginning of the 19th century.

Château Jean Faure claims more than 50% Cabernet-franc. Unique grape variety in Saint-Émilion but very close to that of the mythical vintages of Cheval Blanc and Figeac. This composition: 50% Cabernet Franc, 45% Merlot and 5% Malbec inclines the cru towards elegance and freshness.

Historic 18 hectare vineyard, CHÂTEAU JEAN FAURE is rooted in a magnificent terroir of clay and iron dross composed of a dominant Cabernet Franc (50%). Xavier Choné, Agricultural engineer and Doctor of Oenology, carried out a large-scale pedological study on the soil of Château Jean Faure by having 30 surveys carried out. It summarizes the geology and the relief of the vineyard of Château Jean Faure: “80% of the surface of the vineyard of Château Jean Faure presents a very clayey subsoil which appears from 30 to 100 cm in depth. The roots can go down to 150 to 200 cm deep.
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Canon la gaffeliere 2020 75cl

Chateau CANON LA GAFFELIERE 2020
1st Grand Cru Classé Saint Emilion
Grapes 50% Merlot 40% Cabernet Franc 10% Cabernet Sauvignon

  • Average age of the vineyard: 50 years ago,

Located at the foot of the hill south of the medieval village of Saint-Emilion, the terroir is made up of clay-limestone and clay-sandy soils.

The grape variety has an atypical structure with regard to the appellation, characterized by a perfect balance between Merlot and Cabernet. On this terroir, maturation takes place very early, the Cabernets blossom in a remarkable way, the Merlots a power and an aromatic complexity which underpin the natural elegance and finesse of the wines of Canon La Gaffelière.

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Tour du Sème 2016 75 cl

Tour du Sème 2016 75 cl Saint Emilion Grand cru Red
2 th Château Milens Wine

Description of the wine
Tour du Sème is a supple, elegant, well-balanced wine to be tasted between two and five years depending on the vintage.
Details Domain
Tour du Sème, the little brother of Château Milens, is made with the same care as its predecessor: the management of the vines, manual harvesting, partial vinification in small thermo-regulated vats.

Also coming from low yields, the will is to focus on balance and freshness while maintaining a good concentration.

The selection is done by the choice of plots, the youngest are for the Tour du Sème, the aging is done in barrels of second wine (Milens).
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Milens 2016 Magnum Saint Emilion Grand Cru

Château Milens 2016 Magnum Saint Emilion Grand Cru

Saint Emilion Grand Cru Red
Grapes 70% Merlot 30% Cabernet franc
Second Wine Tour of the Seeme

winemaking
In the vineyard a real work of goldsmith, completely manual (rigorous size in double guyot, disbudding, suckering, 2 stripping, a first green harvest before veraison and a second after) allows to obtain a scarce harvest but a great quality. The harvest is of course entirely manual and made in crates with only one layer of grapes to avoid crushing. Severe sorting is done in the vineyard to eliminate all the berries that could reduce the quality of the wine.
Sweet vattings under temperature control favoring the elegance of the wine are made during twenty days.
The aging is done in barrels of fine-grained French oak (50% new barrels, 50% barrels of a wine).
Grapes
Château MILENS is usually composed of 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Franc.
Production capacity
1300 crates
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85,00 €
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