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Chateau Bel-Air Saint-Estephe 2002

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A lovely example of the ageability of this powerful appellation Average vine age is 30 years, aged in one-year-old barrels for thirteen months. Cedar box, cassis, mint, and a touch of leather dominate the palate.

$55.00 (USD)

Chateau Cantemerle "Les Allees de Cantemerle" Haut-Medoc 2008

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Château Cantemerle’s younger sibling displays tremendous elegance and finesse. Blackcurrant, tobacco and coffee notes are joined by a wonderfully textured mouth-feel, full of steak craving tannins.

$26.00 (USD)

Chateau De Clotte Cotes de Castillon 2010

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Like the neighboring region of St. Emilion, the Cotes de Castillon appellation produces rich Merlot based wines, but at more accessible prices. This full bodied wine has fine tannins and flavors of vanilla and black cherry.

$19.00 (USD)

Chateau de Nardon Bordeaux Superieur

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Ample dark, ripe fruit on this deliciously rustic Bordeaux. Pair with your next steak, and the pleasurable, grippy tannins will keep you satisfied until the last drop.

$13.00 (USD)

Chateau de Sales Pomerol 2001

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De Sales is an old-school Pomerol producer that doesn't manipulate the wines. Notes of soft plummy fruit, black cherry, toffee, earth and tobacco spice contribute to a smooth mouthfeel.

$65.00 (USD)

Chateau Faure Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2010

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This historic estate that borders Cheval Blanc has been completely restored to its former glory by friend of BWE Olivier Decelle. Massive structure, and packed with dark fruit and spice flavors. Built for aging.

$49.00 (USD)

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)

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