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Grand Bateau Rouge 2016 by Chateau Beychevelle

$38.00
Bordeaux AOC, France Expressive nose of ripe red fruits (plums, ripe cassis …), spices and with an elegant touch of new oak.  On the palate, the wine is immediately harmonious and seductive with velvety ripe-fruit flavours wonderfully cradled by the new–oak.  Medium bodied with ripe tannins and a savoury finish. Blend of 75% Merlot and 25% Cabernet Sauvignon. Harvest is done 100% by hand. Traditional vinification in stainless steel and temperature-controlled vats.  Ageing in oak barrels for 6 to 8 months.

Grand Bateau Blanc 2018 by Chateau Beychevelle

$38.00
Bordeaux AOC, France Aromatic to the nose with notes of buttery-vanillin oak flavours and exotic fruit (orange rind and honeyed grapefruit).  On the palate, the wine is round, fleshy with wonderful minerality and again, delightful exotic fruit flavours.  The new-oak flavours are present. Very nice balance between the oak, fruit and acidity.  Excellent finish. 100% Sauvignon Blanc. Harvest is done 100% by hand. Following a skin-contact maceration, 75% of the juice is fermented in vats and 25% in oak-barrels. During this ageing period, “batonnage” is carried out.  After blending and filtration, bottling is carried out in late spring following the harvest.

Grand Bateau Rouge 2018 by Chateau Beychevelle

$38.00
Bordeaux AOC, France Expressive nose of ripe red fruits (plums, ripe cassis …), spices and with an elegant touch of new oak.  On the palate, the wine is immediately harmonious and seductive with velvety ripe-fruit flavours wonderfully cradled by the new–oak.  Medium bodied with ripe tannins and a savoury finish. Blend of 75% Merlot and 25% Cabernet Sauvignon. Harvest is done 100% by hand. Traditional vinification in stainless steel and temperature-controlled vats.  Ageing in oak barrels for 6 to 8 months.

Château Saint Nicholas 2015

$45.00
Château Saint Nicolas • 2015 A.O.C Cadillac Côtes de Bordeaux VINEYARD Varietals: 60% Merlot 20% Cabernet Franc 20% Cabernet sauvignon Soils: clay and gravels Size of the vineyard: 8 Ha Age of the vine: 25 years Planting density: 5000 /Ha Average Yield: 40 Hl/Ha Harvest: by machine VINIFICATION AND AGEING Vinification: plot selection, without sulfites from harvest to malolactic fermentation, traditional vatting period 30-40 days, flexible pump overs, pigeages Ageing: in stainless steel vats with staves Bottling at the château Production: 40 000 bottles TASTING NOTES An intense crimson red color. A powerful nose revealing intense blackcurrant, vanilla and roasted notes. The attack is frank, structured with velvet tannins. The mouth develops wild fruits, roasted coffee and vanilla aromas. A toasted and smoky finish leads to an expressive and fine length.

Château Marsac Séguineau 2016, Margaux

$69.00
Château Marsac Séguineau, Margaux A.O.C The superb vineyard of Marsac Séguineau covers 10 hectares in the heart of the Soussan commune. Since 2001, Château Marsac Séguineau and the neigbouring Château La Tour de Mons were acquired by the Credit Agricole Group (which also own the Pauillac Classified Growth, Ch. Grand Puy Ducasse) therefore sharing management and technical staff. Produced with the same care and attention as its neighbor. VINEYARD Varietals: 65% Merlot, 23% Cabernet Sauvignon and 12% Cabernet Franc Soil Garonnaises gravel, clay and limestone Size of the vineyard: 10 ha Age of the vine: 30 years Planting density: 8000 10000 vines/ha Average Yield: 45 50 hl/ha Harvest: by hand WINEMAKING Vinification: cold maceration in stainless steel vats plots by plots, malolactic fermentation in vats Aging: in French oak barrels for 12 months (25% new oak) Bottling: at the Château TASTING NOTES  Dense aromas with notes of black currant and blueberry. The body is full with a good tannic grip and a nice acidity that gives the wine a fresh character. Spicy notes, well balanced with a nice and elegant finish.

Les Brulières de Beychevelle 2016

$69.00
VINEYARD:
  • Varietals: 56% Cabernet Sauvignon, 44% Merlot. –
  • Soil: gravel and clay
  • Size of the vineyard: 12 ha
  • Harvest: partially by hand
WINEMAKING: Vinification:  the grapes are brought to Château Beychevelle for an initial sorting Bottling: at the chateau TASTING NOTES: Medium to full bodied with attractive, rich, plummy-berried fruit aromas. Excellent balance, structure and length. Brulières is a stand-out classic Claret rivalling most of the better Bourgeois wines. “Brulières” is the Beychevelle wine coming from the 12 hectares located just south of Saint-Julien.  The vineyard belongs to Château Beychevelle.  Vineyard management and winemaking is carried out by the same Ch. Beychevelle team head by Mr. Philippe Blanc.

Les Brulières de Beychevelle 2018

$69.00
VINEYARD:
  • Varietals: 56% Cabernet Sauvignon, 44% Merlot. –
  • Soil: gravel and clay
  • Size of the vineyard: 12 ha
  • Harvest: partially by hand
WINEMAKING: Vinification:  the grapes are brought to Château Beychevelle for an initial sorting Bottling: at the chateau TASTING NOTES: Medium to full bodied with attractive, rich, plummy-berried fruit aromas. Excellent balance, structure and length. Brulières is a stand-out classic Claret rivalling most of the better Bourgeois wines. “Brulières” is the Beychevelle wine coming from the 12 hectares located just south of Saint-Julien.  The vineyard belongs to Château Beychevelle.  Vineyard management and winemaking is carried out by the same Ch. Beychevelle team head by Mr. Philippe Blanc.

Le-Haut Médoc De Bechevelle 2017

$70.00
The vinification is traditional, with 18 to 21 days of fermentations and regular pumpings over. The ageing is in french oak barrels for 12 months with 20% of new barrels. Le Haut-Médoc de Beychevelle's 12 hectares of vines are 5 km from Beychevelle's vineyard; being further from the Gironde estuary, they benefit from a cooler climate. The vineyard is in the Haut-Médoc appellation and has been managed organically since 2008. This blend consists of just two grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Vinified and aged in a separate winery, it is produced with the same level of care as Château Beychevelle and Amiral de Beychevelle Rich nose and delicate palate with an aromatic richness of ripe red fruits. A hint of liquorice and chocolate. Drinking young.

Divin De Corbin 2016

$73.00
Château Corbin, situated in the Saint Emilion AOC on the border of the Pomerol appellation, is one of the patriarchs of Saint Emilion. Its foundations date back to the 15th century, and according to legend Corbin, was the stronghold that belonged to the “Black Prince” Edouard de Plantagenet who fought the French in the early stages of the Hundred Year War. Since 1999, the estate is managed by Anabelle Cruse Bardinet, a Bordeaux University oenology graduate, who represents the 4th generation of the family to lead the Chateau. VINEYARD Varietals : 80% Merlot, 20% Cabernet franc Soils : Clay and sandy clay with ferric clay subsoil Size of the vineyard : 13 ha (by the border of Pomerol) Age of the vine :15 20 years Planting density : 7 500 vines/ha Average Yield : 35 hl/ha Harvest : By hand with double sorting WINEMAKING Vinification: Plot by plot vinification in concrete vats. Maceration 3 4weeks Aging: In French oak barrels Bottling: At the Château TASTING NOTES Divin offers in its dark dress a wonderful expression of pure and concentred dark fruit. The palate is immediately seduced by the structure of its body: juicy, fresh with fine and elegant tannins. A divine wine that will charm all palates!

Chateau Gouprie 2016

$80.00
Chateau Gourprie owned by the Moze Berthon family since 1820, is a charming little estate situated at Maillet, neighboring Château Gazin, l'Evangile and Le Bon Pasteur. This vineyard is composed of 4.5 hectares laying on a superb clay-limestone and ferruginous subsoil typical of the Pomerol area. Since 2014 Hubert de Boüard (Chateau Angelus) is the wine consultant as well as Chateau Maillet the other Pomerol jewel of the Moze-Berthon family. VINEYARD Varietals : 75% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Franc Soil: gravels and sand on a clay-limestone and ferruginous subsoil. Size of the vineyard: 10 ha Age of the vine: 35 years Planting density : 6 000 vines/ha Average Yield: 40 hl/ ha Harvest: by hand WINEMAKING Vinification: in stainless steel vats with temperature control Aging: 12 months in French oak barrels (33% in new barrels) Bottling: at the Château TASTING NOTES Carmin color with beautiful depth. Complex nose, expressing ripe red fruit (crushed strawberry), vanilla and torrefaction. In the mouth the texture is silky and tannins express finesse and balance. The mouth evolution is long and harmonious with notes licorice and tobacco.

Amiral De Beychevelle 2013

$88.00

Vineyard:

  • Varietals: 58% Cabernet Sauvignon, 36% Merlot, 5% Cabernet
    Franc, 1% Petit Verdot
  • Soils: deep bed of gravel on subsoil of clay and sandstone
  • Size of the vineyard: 70 hectares
  • Age of the vine: 15-20 years
  • Planting density: 8 000 – 10 000 vines / ha
  • Average Yield: 45-50 hl/ha
  • Harvest: by hand

Vinification: fermented in stainless steel and concrete temperature-controlled vats at 30°C. The vatting lasts between 20 and 25 days.

Ageing: 14 months (75 % in 12 months barrels previously used for Ch. Beychevelle and 25% in new oak)

Bottling: at the chateau

Tasting Notes: Soft, elegant and fruity with excellent depth and breed. With Amiral, the objective is to make a wine which can be drunk earlier than the Grand Vin (with more Merlot). Ideally consumed after 3-7 years of ageing.

Food Pairing: This wine will perfectly accompany flavourful (red or white) meat dishes such as grilled lamb chops, braised shanks and meat stews. Also harmonious with most cheeses like Gruyère, Comté, Cantal, Reblochon, Beaufort … (avoid Roquefort and arguably Camembert). And of course, will also easily and gracefully accompany more simpler dishes like pizza and/or most barbecued foods.

Wine Spectator: Amiral de Beychevelle 2010 (90pts) Offers a juicy feel, offering a lightly roasted cedar frame to the dark plum, blueberry and blackberry fruit flavours, with a ganache-coated finish. Approachable now, but no need to hurry. Best from 2014 through 2024. – James Molesworth

Amiral De Beychevelle 2016

$98.00
Vineyard :
  • Varietals: 58% Cabernet Sauvignon, 36% Merlot, 6% Cabernet Franc
  • Soils: deep bed of gravel on subsoil of clay and sandstone
  • Size of the vineyard: 70 hectares
  • Age of the vine: 15-20 years
  • Planting density: 8 000 - 10 000 vines / ha
  • Average Yield 45 hl/ha
Tasting Notes : The 2016 vintage confirms the refined, elegant character of Château Beychevelle’s wines. It benefits from a new dimension with a more precise, more generous structure. This is a wine of immense but controlled power, wrapped in a silky, voluptuous texture.