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Chateau Saint Nicolas 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.
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Le-Haut Médoc De Beychevelle 2017

$69.00
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.
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Guillaume Gonnet La Muse Chateauneuf-du-Pape 2015

$138.00
A rich, opulent, generous wine with big aromatic complexity: black cherries, blackberries, fig, cocoa powder, coffee, licorice, chinese five spice, olive jam. Round and sexy. Braised venison with rosemary served with a patato puree, fillet mignon with a balsamic glaze served with sauted potatoes, pepper fillet steak served with shoe string French fries. The rich fruit and coco powder aromas means this wine marries well with dark chocolate or dark chocolate desserts. Vines are 90 – 115 years old. Century old Grenache "Lovely raspberry and plum fruit takes a gentle mulled profile, picking up light anise and incense accents along the way. Silky but substantial tannins underscore the finish, while a pretty mineral edge chimes through. Grenache, Mourvèdre and Cinsault. Best from 2019 through 2035. 150 cases made, 50 cases imported." - 94 points, James Molesworth, Senior Editor and Special Projects Director at Wine Spectator
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Vilmart & Cie Cuvee Rubis

$125.00
The colour of this wine is salmon pink. It is animated by a persistent effervescence that gives birth to a cord with fine and delicate bubbles. This wine develops aromas of intense red fruits, including wild strawberries, wild raspberries, cherries and gooseberries. After a few minutes of aeration, a light floral fragrance awakens our senses with notes of linden and lilac. On the palate, the attack of red fruits is predominant and supported by the freshness of pink grapefruit. Delicate flavours of melon and vine peach enliven our taste buds during the tasting. The whole makes us discover a wine of great freshness, ample and very balanced. Blending is composed of 90% Pinot Noir (including 15% red wine) and 10% Chardonnay classified Premier Cru and from vines in Rilly-la-Montagne. Ageing 10 months in large oak casks. No malolactic fermentation. Dosage 9g/L. Food Pairing: Black pepper, Brie, Chili, Duck, Fish, Parmesan, Seafood, Shellfish, Summer Fruits, Vanilla, White meat
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Vilmart & Cie Grand Cellier

$115.00
The pale lemon shade with golden and green highlights is shimmering and luminous. This wine develops a fine, elegant and long-tasting mousse. On the first nose, the wine reveals white flower aromas (honeysuckle, lilac), citrus notes as well as fresh butter and cream. After airing, as it is getting warmer, this Champagne exhales another spectrum of aromas. The wine reveals spicy notes of ginger and lemongrass, which were unsuspected until then. The beautiful quality of the acidity (present throughout the tasting) is especially remarkable. The frank vinosity of the wine (roundness and alcohol) gives an impression of strength and freshness. The wine appears big yet tight. These various sensations produce a pure, creamy and silky textured wine. The finish is clean, slightly minerality and long. The last aroma is grapefruit. The impression will be remembered as a harmonious, healthy, and vibrant wine. Blending is composed of 70% Chardonnay and 30% Pinot Noir classified Premier Cru and from vines in Rilly-la-Montagne. Ageing 10 months in large oak casks. No malolactic fermentation. Doasge 8g/L. "A blend of 70% pinot noir and 30% chardonnay, this has a complex and sophisticated nose that delivers peach fruits and citrus, plus some bolder yellow plum fruits too. The palate is assertive, energetic and concentrated with peach and nectarine flavors met with lemony acidity. Long, really powerful Champagne here. Drink now or age on cork for three or more years." - 93 points, James Suckling
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[Bundle of 6] Grand Bateau Rouge 2020 by Chateau Beychevelle

$172.00
Grand Bateau Rouge 2020 by Chateau Beychevelle 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.
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Guillaume Gonnet Le Reveur Cotes Rhone Blanc 2022

$42.00
Nose: Grapefruit, apricot, peach, citrus aromas, white floral notes; A highly expressive and complex nose. Palate: Nice acidity and minerality in the mouth. Finish: A lovely saltiness at the end of the pallet. Food Pairing: Seafood, chicken, rabbit, fresh cheese.
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Vilmart & Cie Grande Reserve

$88.00
The blond colour with pale golden highlights announces a wine mostly composed of Pinot Noir and reflects perfect maturity. The effervescence is long-lasting, giving birth to a persistent and delicate mousse with fine bubbles. The first impression on the nose is marked by great intensity. She is opening on biscuit, mature wheat, pear, and cherry flavour. After a few seconds, the nose became wider. The iris, oak, celery, white pepper, and fine mineral aromas bring depth and complexity to the wine. With air, melted butter and toast notes appear, reflecting a harmonious evolution of the wine. There is a fine balance between the primary aromas (fruits), secondary (biscuit, bread, butter) and tertiary (minerals and spices). Blending is composed of 70 % Pinot Noir and 30 % Chardonnay classified Premier Cru and from vines in Rilly-la-Montagne. Ageing 10 months in large oak casks. No malolactic fermentation. Dosage 9g/L. "A blend of pinot noir (70%) and chardonnay (30%), this has a profound sense of harmony on both the nose and palate. Aromas of grilled nuts, pepper and lightly spiced wild raspberry fruits are pristine, leading to a palate that has beautifully supple, fleshy texture. The acidity is assertive, not harsh; the depth, balance and concentration is really something. Drink now whilst fresh or up to three years." - 92 points, James Suckling
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Domaine Albert Mann Riesling Grand Cru Schlossberg 2018

$138.00
The colour is pale yellow with golden reflections. The nose is marked by floral notes such as hawthorn and linden. On the palate, the attack is tense and is underlined by minerality and chiselled acidity. There are lemony aromas. The structure is ample with nice bitters. Beautiful expression of a granite terroir. This wine exudes youth.
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Domaine Albert Mann Pinot Noir Grand H 2020

$165.00
A beautiful limpid color, color chart of ruby with purple reflections. We begin with a nose with rich aromatic expressions, on the one hand a wild side, undergrowth, black truffle and on the other hand a pronounced bouquet of ripe black fruits, Burlat cherries, blackcurrant, blackberry and wild blueberry, which are both intense and promising for a captivating great wine. On the palate, it is a very nice, generous and powerful Pinot Noir. There are also noble spices, touches of roasted coffee and bitter chocolate from Tanzania. A great finesse of tannins lines the palate, revealing a thickness and a width, characteristic of the Grand Cru Hengst. A fusion between the balance of the fruit and the haute couture aging presents us, a wine of pleasure under the sign of the gluttony with a promising future. Grapes come from Wintzenheim, on the Grand Cru Hengst. Marno-calcaro-sandstone, southern exposure. Vines are about 40 years old. "Although this has staggering forest-berry aromas, it's also full of rooty mystery. It is really hard to find words that are up to this breathtaking beauty. Completely seamless right through the super-long, wide-screen finish. Enormous aging potential, but it tastes just perfect now. From vines in the Grand Cru Hengst. From biodynamically grown grapes. More than 50% whole cluster, then matured in 60% new oak, the rest second use. Drink or hold." - 100 points, James Suckling
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Chateau Beychevelle 2016

$290.00
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. Blend : Cabernet Sauvignon 47%, Merlot 47%, Cabernet Franc 1%, Petit Verdot 5% The 2016 Beychevelle has a stunning bouquet of vibrant, shimmering blackberry and wild strawberry fruit laced with crushed stone and rose petals. The well-balanced palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin and a slightly savory/dried blood finish that lingers in the mouth. 95 points Robert Parker - The Wine Advocate “The 2016 Beychevelle is a blend of 47% Cabernet Sauvignon, 47% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot and 1% Cabernet Franc cropped at 45 hectoliters per hectare between 3 October and 18 October. It is matured in 50% new oak. Furthermore, it is the first vintage to be matured in the new chichi winery whose glass exterior overlooks the passing traffic on the D2. It has a very pure, fragrant bouquet with black cherries, cassis, cedar and wet limestone, extremely precise to the point where you might think it was from the Right Bank (logical given the proportion of Merlot in the blend). The palate is sensational: understated at first and bridled with ultra-fine tannin, it is a Beychevelle armed with a disarming sense of symmetry. It builds in the mouth towards a fabulously tensile finish that is so fresh and full of energy that the senses are almost overwhelmed. Frankly, it leaves all the other Beychevelles in recent years standing. This is an electrifying 2016 from winemaker Philippe Blanc and his right-hand man, technical director, Romain Ducolomb.” 94 points James Suckling “Stacks of cassis, graphite and smoke on the nose of this rather full-bodied St.-Julien with a ton of velvety tannins that drive the long finish that’s simultaneously sweet, fresh and powdery.”
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Vilmart & Cie Coeur de Cuvee 2016

$202.00
Pale gold in colour, highlighted with flecks of silver, followed by fine and elegant bubbles, creating a delicate cord. On the nose, the primary aromas are floral notes of honeysuckle and orange blossom, associated with the freshness of apple, peach wine, pear and nectarines. On the secondary aromas, there is greater complexity and richness with toasted almonds, butter biscuits expressing the maturation of this wine. Once on your palate, it is characterized by a greater complexity. interwined acacia honey aromas with apricot jam, candied mango and hazelnut. The finish expresses a great minerality with a remarkable length.

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Crayfish and porcini mushrooms, scallop tartare or a “foie gras” pan-fried will bring depth and a beautiful aromatic evolution.
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