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Chateau Haut Segottes Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2008

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This dominance of Cabernet Franc produces a wine of considerable structure and is exceptionally age-worthy. Notes of tar, dusty earthy berries and a subtle smokiness.

$23.00 (USD)

Chateau Haut-Segottes Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2006

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The dominance of Cabernet Franc in this blend produces a spicy wine of considerable structure and is exceptionally age-worthy. Notes of tar, dusty earth, dark berries and a subtle smokiness.

$39.00 (USD)

Chateau La Rame "La Charmille" Cotes de Bordeaux 2010

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This special plot south of Bordeaux has limestone rich soil, giving the wine a bold combination of red fruit and tannins. 30% new oak aging adds depth, richness, and ageability.

$23.00 (USD)

Chateau Les Barraillots Margaux 2011

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"Cru Artisan" refers to a few dozen micro-sized estates that continue to exist amongst the big corporate Chateaux. We love this Margaux for its classic structure and hint of spice. 2011s are so delicious to drink now.

$39.00 (USD)

Chateau Musar 'Musar Jeune' Red 2011

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A fantastic blend comprised in the same manner as their estate wine, however this cuvee is drinking great now, not requiring any further aging. Wonderfully earthy and spicy, a perfect match for lamb.

$25.00 (USD)

Château Poujeaux Moulis-en-Medoc 2008

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One of the two greatest estates of this often-overlooked Medoc appellation. Big and brawny, this Cabernet-driven wine is full of black pepper, currant, and tobacco notes. This wine is begging for a Crown Roast or London Broil!

$39.00 (USD)

Chateau Pradeaux Bandol Rouge 2008

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The Bandol from Pradeaux is a creature whose soul emerges from Mourvèdre. The classic cuvée is 95% Mourvèdre and 5% Grenache, with the Grenache adding spice to the bouquet. Powerful and elegant wine.

$23.00 (USD)

Chateau Rayas "La Pialade" Cotes-du-Rhone 2009

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A young-vines blend from one of the world's most famous and mysterious vineyards, This predominately Grenache-based blend is a hedonistic, fruit-forward wine with plenty of class Rayas spice box flavors at a fraction of the price.

$49.00 (USD)

Chateau St. Jean de la Gineste 2012

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A deeply concentrated wine, made without the intervention of oak-showing a fine balance of fruit, earth, and spice. Think: rustic, brambly dark fruit, joined by hints of lavender and earth.

$17.00 (USD)

Chateau Veyry Cotes de Castillon 2004

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Think of this impressive wine as the overachieving little sister of St. Emilion. Drinking beautifully right now, as bottle age has softened the red fruit, bringing out earthier, spicier, more subdued berry notes.

$32.00 (USD)

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