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Chateau Gombaude Guillot Pomerol 1999

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Hand-harvested from 40-year-old vines grown in gravel and clay soils, and vinification is temperature-controlled to capture the terroir's characteristics. Ripe berries compliment the woody tannins for a velvety texture.

$75.00 (USD)

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 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)

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 Redortier Gigondas 2009

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The most esteemed estate in Gigondas, this wine has loads of fresh fruit from Grenache, filled with finesse and elegance. The old-vine Syrah kisses it with the scent of violets in the nose.

$29.00 (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 Tire Pe Diem Boreaux 2012

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This charming, organic red comes from a tiny vineyard site overlooking the Gironde River. Quite earthy on the nose with flavors of juicy red currant, crushed plum and sweet herbs.

$14.00 (USD)

Chateau Vincens "L'Instant" Malbec Cahors 2010

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There is no oak here. All the richness and firm tannins are coming from the Malbec grape. Rich red fruit, and spicy floral notes. A fabulous introduction to French Malbec.

$14.00 (USD)

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