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Château Leoville Las Cases

"Tasted at the Las-Cases off-line at The Square. Many years have passed since I last tasted the ’83 Las-Cases. It is reticent at first, like and old tongue-tied friend entering the room, then it blossoms with aeration offering scents of leather, chestnut, brambly black fruit and freshly rolled tobacco. The palate is medium-bodied with melted red-berry fruits, firm tannins and superb balance. Hints of bell pepper and sandalwood furnish the long, harmonious finish. This is a wonderful wine for the vintage that is drinking perfectly now." - Neal Martin

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1 case in stock

1983 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£1,900.00
  • €2,181.20
  • $2,441.50
  • $HK19,024.70

(approx)

94 NM Buy
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Château Haut Brion

"Tasted at the château, the 1986 Haut Brion is a vintage that I had not tasted for some time. It is a blend of 28% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc and 62% Cabernet Sauvignon according to the chateau's records. Mirroring the 1996 La Mission, in this vintage that Haut-Brion occupies a higher quality level, with more complexity and vivacity on the nose: dusky black fruit, warm gravel, terracotta and cigar humidor. Lovely! The palate is very well balanced, maybe a little rustic compared to recent vintages, yet with firm body and grip. It's the kind of gruff, almost surly, broad-shouldered 1986s that might be a little curmudgeonly compared to 1985 or 1989, however after 30 years you are compensated with plenty of freshness and focus. I don't think it ranks up there with the best of the First Growth...that would come in other vintages, but it still provides plenty of drinking pleasure for those who love their classic claret with capital "C". Tasted July 2016." - Neal Martin

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1986 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£4,700.00
  • €5,395.60
  • $6,039.50
  • $HK47,061.10

(approx)

93 NM Buy
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Château Palmer

"Tasted at the Château Palmer vertical in London, the 1989 Château Palmer has always been my favourite vintage from that decade after the 1983. The first bottle was unfortunately corked. The second was as it should be: the nose tensile with red berries, sous-bois, potpourri and strawberry pastille - lively and energetic. The palate is medium-bodied and vibrant right from the start, silky in texture with plenty of citrus fruit, gently building to a harmonious and detailed finish that lingers in the mouth. This is a magnificent Château Palmer that continues to effortlessly dish out so much vinous pleasure. Tasted May 2015." - Neal Martin

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1989 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£3,250.00
  • €3,731.00
  • $4,176.25
  • $HK32,542.25

(approx)

96 NM Buy
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Château La Conseillante

"Having tasted the 1989 Château La Conseillante on more than a dozen occasions, I am rapidly coming to the conclusion that it is one of my favourite Pomerols from the vintage. Although on its day, the 1989 Clinet can outplay La Conseillante, the fact of the matter is that the latter is the more consistent Pomerol. Here, it has that beguiling bouquet of melted black fruit, sage, undergrowth and hints of bacon fat, like a wagging finger inviting you inside. The palate is smooth and harmonious, a mixture of red and black fruit that seem to revel on the precocity of the growing season, even though it was now 27 years ago. It is a voluminous, mouth-filling Pomerol, but not extravagant, flamboyant for sure and yet never betraying its roots. It's just a wonderful La Conseillante, a thoroughbred Pomerol that puts a smile on your face. Tasted January 2016." - Neal Martin

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1989 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£3,450.00
  • €3,960.60
  • $4,433.25
  • $HK34,544.85

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96 NM Buy
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Château Clinet

"The Clinet 1989 has a perfumed nose with intense violet aromas that explode from the glass, followed by macerated dark cherries, incense and creme de cassis. The palate is full-bodied with a velvety texture. It has an intensity that is second to none, a penetration that gives the senses no option but to heed its complexity and generosity. Compared to the magnum served last year, this bottle example is a little further down its evolutionary path with hints of molasses and mushroom on the finish. It is a great Clinet with doubt, although large formats will now be the real deal. Tasted December 2013." - Neal Martin

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1989 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£6,750.00
  • €7,749.00
  • $8,673.75
  • $HK67,587.75

(approx)

96 NM Buy
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Château Leoville Las Cases

'As one might expect, this is a brilliant wine, but it remains shockingly young, even for the fast evolving 1990s. Its deep ruby/purple color is accompanied by a classic, nearly restrained set of aromatics that includes notions of sweet black cherries, black currants, lead pencil, and wet stones. In the mouth, it is full-bodied, and while technically low in acidity, there is a freshness, delineation, and classicism in this full-throttle, rich, concentrated, impeccable 1990. While still youthful, it is easy to appreciate despite its substantial tannins. It is not quite as backward as the 1990 Lafite Rothschild or 1990 Latour. Anticipated maturity: now-2035' - Robert Parker

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1990 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£3,000.00
  • €3,444.00
  • $3,855.00
  • $HK30,039.00

(approx)

96 RP Buy
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Château Latour

"This is one of the more perplexing Latours to evaluate. It has plenty of sweetness as well as a gorgeous, rich fruitiness, but it lacks the firmness one finds in more recent great vintages such as 1996, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, and 2008. There is plenty of sweet, ripe currant fruitiness, abundant glycerin, and full body, but I’m still waiting for that extra nuance of complexity to emerge. It’s all there, but the wine still seems to be more monolithic than one would expect in a wine approaching 19 years of age. It is not the sure-fire winner I thought it was in its youth, but then again, I don’t have any reason to doubt that more complexity will emerge. Anticipated maturity: 2016-2035. Release price: ($1500.00/case)" - Robert Parker

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1990 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£6,950.00
  • €7,978.60
  • $8,930.75
  • $HK69,590.35

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95+ RP Buy
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Château Leoville Barton

"Tasted wonderful in October 2000. A meaty rich ripe nose of cassis, mulberry and cherry. Full-bodied and expansive structure. Approachable with layers of strawberries and red fruits. A rich voluptuous Barton that should be ready in 2-3 yrs. Then blind in April 2005. A very attractive nose with a slight under-ripeness that lends it freshness and vitality. The palate is well-balanced with toasty new oak. But quite backward compared to others with a dense sweet, chocolate tinged finish. Quite modern in style on the surface, but you can tell that there is a robust classic structure underneath. Drink from 2008." - Neal Martin

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1995 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£840.00
  • €964.32
  • $1,079.40
  • $HK8,410.92

(approx)

92-94 NM Buy
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Château Margaux

"On the nose, one can immediately detect the greater percentage of Merlot in the blend: more red fruits evident with touches of kirsch and cranberry, evolving a slight cooked meat aroma in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied, quite backward, with firm tannins, very seductive and intense. Lovely fleshy middle redolent of the -85 with a savoury aspect embellishing the finish that has a slight semblance to a Cabernet Franc based Saint Emilion. Very intellectual - it deserves another 8-10 years in bottle. Edging closer in quality to the 1996 but a different creature. Drink 2015-2035+ Tasted March 2008." - Neal Martin

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1995 12 x 75cl 1 DP
OWC
£4,525.98
  • €5,195.83
  • $5,815.88
  • $HK45,318.64

(approx)

96 NM Buy
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Clos du Marquis

"The 1996 Clos du Marquis is a blend of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon (lower than recent vintages), 33% Merlot and 7% Petit Verdot (that usually goes into Leoville-Las Cases). Much like the 1996 Potensac that I tasted alongside at the château, the nose is youthful and backward with blackberry, freshly tilled soil, cedar and tobacco scents that gain intensity with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with a smooth entry, plenty of crisp and pure black fruit laced with cedar, harmonious and long. This is a great Saint Julien at 20 years of age, firing on all cylinders and, to be honest, surpassing some of the Grand Vins in this vintage. Probably still available at a decent price, this comes thoroughly recommended. Tasted July 2016." - Neal Martin

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17 cases in stock

1996 12 x 75cl 17 IB
OWC
£600.00
  • €688.80
  • $771.00
  • $HK6,007.80

(approx)

91 NM Buy
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Château Cos d'Estournel

"Tasted at the château, the 1996 Cos d'Estournel was aged in 65% new oak (unlike the 1995 which was 100%) and is a blend of 65% Cabernet Sauvignon and 35% Merlot. It has a straight down the line, intense and focused, graphite and melted tar bouquet. It is almost Pauillac in style, no surprise given its proximity. The palate is medium-bodied with fresh acidity, finer tannin than the 1986 Cos d'Estournel tasted alongside, but sharing those same leitmotifs of black pepper and sea salt. I like the nonchalance of this Cos d'Estournel. At 20 years it is not an ostentatious wine, not determined to go out and impress, but its nuance, stylishness and classicism grow on you. Its virtues seem to register only after you swallow the wine and find yourself tempted back for more. Excellent. Tasted July 2016." - Neal Martin

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1 case in stock

1996 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£1,700.00
  • €1,951.60
  • $2,184.50
  • $HK17,022.10

(approx)

94 NM Buy
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Château Margaux

"The best of the First Growth ‘97s. A limpid, garnet/ruby core with ruby rim. The nose is exquisite with great delineation and purity with much more vigour that the other Firsts. Mint, blackberries, violets and blueberries all leap from the glass, oblivious to the fact that they stem from a poor vintage. The palate has a slightly voluptuous feel to it, rounded black fruits, raspberry, cassis, tobacco, graphite and a touch of Asian spice towads the finish. Sheer class. A superb success for Paul Pontallier in a difficult vintage. Drink now-2025. Tasted September 2006." - Neal Martin

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8 cases in stock

1997 12 x 75cl 8 IB
OWC
£4,250.00
  • €4,879.00
  • $5,461.25
  • $HK42,555.25

(approx)

95 NM Buy
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Château Lafleur

"Tasted from an ex-chateau bottle at the Lafleur vertical dinner at Attersee in Austria. I cannot believe how long it is since I last encountered this 1998 Lafleur! I am not quite as enthused as when I first tasted it back in 2004. Deep in colour, one notices a very rich, opulent bouquet that has a lactic tincture. This subsides in the glass to reveal touches of creme de cassis, blueberry and hints of dark chocolate. The palate is full-bodied, rich and powerful, although analyzing the wine against the 2001, one notices less tension and delineation, more glycerine on the 1998. It is a “sexy” Lafleur, but I am not quite sure if that fits comfortably with its signature style. I am sure others might like it more than myself and I would be able to understand why, even if I would not agree. Tasted June 2012." - Neal Martin

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1998 6 x 75cl 4 IB
OWC
£1,890.00
  • €2,169.72
  • $2,428.65
  • $HK18,924.57

(approx)

94 NM Buy
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Château Figeac

"Tasted at the Château Figeac vertical at the property. It is some years since I last tasted the 2000 Figeac. There is a valid argument that it is being eclipsed by the 2001, but it is still a fine Saint Emilion. The nose is clean and fresh with strong graphite aromas, very Left Bank in style with black truffle and smoky notes developing. The palate is masculine and rather austere at first, though I notice that it gains fleshiness in the glass. It is nicely weighted, but does not quite deliver the sensuality or joie-de-vivre of the 2001 (which is actually like a lot of millennial Bordeaux). Let's see how it matures over the next few years, but my money would be on the 2001. Tasted June 2015." - Neal Martin

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2000 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£1,825.00
  • €2,095.10
  • $2,345.13
  • $HK18,273.73

(approx)

91 NM Buy
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Château Palmer

"Tasted at the Château Palmer vertical in London, the 2000 Château Palmer was closed for a number of years, but it appears to be finally opening. Deep in colour, there remains a slight broodiness on the nose, although it loses its inhibitions and develops potent blackberry, strawberry and mint aromas, perhaps just a smudge of camphor. It is unashamedly rich on the entry: intense and vibrant with layers of black cherry and cassis fruit pierced by a fine line of acidity. This millennial tightens everything up towards the, finish whereupon it reverts to something much more classic in style, long and tensile. It does not quite occupy the same class as the 2005 or the imperial 2010, but it certainly has long-term potential. My advice? Give it another 4-5 years in the cellar. Tasted May 2015." - Neal Martin

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1 case in stock

2000 6 x 150cl 1 IB
OWC
£2,800.00
  • €3,214.40
  • $3,598.00
  • $HK28,036.40

(approx)

94 NM Buy
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Château Angelus

"Approaching perfection, this wine is inky, bluish/purple-colored to the rim, offering up notes of incense, blueberry and blackberry liqueur, licorice, graphite and spring flowers. A touch of roasted espresso bean is also present. The wine has great concentration, a magnificent, full-bodied mouthfeel, stunning purity, and well-integrated acidity, tannin, alcohol and wood. This beauty seems to be in mid-adolescence with at least 25-30 years of life ahead." - Robert Parker

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2000 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£5,200.00
  • €5,969.60
  • $6,682.00
  • $HK52,067.60

(approx)

99 RP Buy
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Château Talbot

"Poured from a magnum, this has a very similar nose: soft, scents of mulberry plus a little more cold black tea this time. The palate is medium-bodied, well balanced with lots of cedar-infused black fruits. It actually reaches its peak some six hours after opening! Not a long-term Saint Julien but to reiterate, a nice “classic” style of wine. Tasted July 2008." - Neal Martin

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2001 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£650.00
  • €746.20
  • $835.25
  • $HK6,508.45

(approx)

90 NM Buy
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Château Petrus

"Tasted blind at Bordeaux Index’s 10-Year On horizontal. There is stunning sense of definition and mineralite on the nose: blackberry, wild hedgerow, crushed stone and just a faint hint of marmalade. The palate is medium-bodied with very fine tannins, superb backbone here, a wine built for the long-term. Dark broody, leather tinged fruit, a touch of orange zest and small red cherries which can to more prominence" - Neal Martin

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2001 6 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£11,150.00
  • €12,800.20
  • $14,327.75
  • $HK111,644.95

(approx)

98 NM Buy
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Château Lynch Bages

"A healthy, youthful dark plum/ruby/purple color is followed by a bouquet of smoke, barbecued meats, black currants and new saddle leather. With full body and sweet tannin, this 2003 is strutting its stuff. Although it is not as fine as the 1989, 1990, or 2000, it is a complex, classic Pauillac to enjoy over the next decade." - Robert Parker

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2003 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£1,375.00
  • €1,578.50
  • $1,766.88
  • $HK13,767.88

(approx)

94 RP Buy
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Château Leoville Las Cases

"An incredibly fresh, lively 2003 (the pH is only 3.6 and the alcohol is 13.1%), this wine offers a dense ruby/purple color along with full body and a remarkable nose of black currants, kirsch, lead pencil shavings and vanilla. Opulent, full-bodied and close to full maturity, it is a seamless classic that will age for 15-20 more years. Kudos to the Delon family for such a brilliant achievement in a tricky vintage." - Robert Parker

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2003 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£1,650.00
  • €1,894.20
  • $2,120.25
  • $HK16,521.45

(approx)

96 RP Buy
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Château Batailley

"Tasted at the Chateau Batailley dinner at The Square. The 2004 Batailley is fresh and well defined on the nose compared to the 2002, which has less vigour. Here: notes of blackberry leaf, briary, cedar, tobacco and boysenberry. The palate is medium-bodied with a crisp, well-defined entry, pert acidity, quite tight towards the finish but good structure and focus, the finish demonstrating far more precision than I have noticed in the past. As usual, it has a foursquare finish thanks to the growing season, but a very commendable Batailley. Drink 2012-2020. Tasted January 2010." - Neal Martin

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2004 12 x 75cl 1 DP
OWC
£440.98
  • €506.25
  • $566.66
  • $HK4,415.53

(approx)

91 NM Buy
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Château Talbot

"A sumptuous, complex, Provencal-like bouquet of roasted herbs, cherries, licorice, and underbrush emerges from this dark plum/ruby-colored 2004. Tart acidity provides freshness, but the overall impression is of abundant currant and cherry fruit presented in a forward, superficial style. It is best consumed over the next 10-12 years." - Robert Parker

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2004 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£635.00
  • €728.98
  • $815.98
  • $HK6,358.26

(approx)

88 RP Buy
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Château Montrose

"An impressive effort for the vintage, the 2004 Montrose possesses a deep ruby/purple-tinged color as well as a sweet nose of black fruits intermixed with notions of smoke, cold steel, earth, and subtle background wood. With excellent texture, a sweet ripeness, medium to full body, and moderate tannin, it should drink well for 15+ years." - Robert Parker

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2004 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£750.00
  • €861.00
  • $963.75
  • $HK7,509.75

(approx)

91 RP Buy
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Château Beychevelle

"The Grand Vin, the 2005 Beychevelle is a gorgeous wine, with plenty of crème de cassis, floral notes, underbrush and forest floor. It is sweet and medium to full-bodied, with ripe tannin and beautiful texture and purity. Drink it over the next 20 years." - Robert Parker

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2005 6 x 75cl 1 DP
OWC
£532.99
  • €611.87
  • $684.89
  • $HK5,336.83

(approx)

93 RP Buy
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Château Pavie Decesse

"Somewhat of a paradox to taste, on the palate this wine is close to perfection, but the nose is somewhat reduced, with some fig and prune notes. What doesn’t make sense is that the palate is fresh, full-bodied and super-concentrated, with great blue, red and black fruits, licorice, earth and spice. This is a massive wine, but the nose has me worried." - Robert Parker

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2005 6 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£600.00
  • €688.80
  • $771.00
  • $HK6,007.80

(approx)

95? RP Buy
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Château Hosanna

"This is an absolutely spectacular effort from Christian Moueix’s tiny jewel in Pomerol – Hosanna. An extraordinary nose of blue and black fruits, floral notes, licorice, and truffle soars from the glass of this dense purple wine. A blend of 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Franc, this wine often has the most complex set of aromatics of any Pomerol. Velvety tannins, a multi-dimensional mouthfeel, and stunning finish give this full-bodied, extravagantly rich wine accessibility now, but it is certainly capable of lasting 25 or more years. Sadly, there are only 1,200 cases of this." - Robert Parker

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2005 6 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£950.00
  • €1,090.60
  • $1,220.75
  • $HK9,512.35

(approx)

98 RP Buy
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Château Beychevelle

"The Grand Vin, the 2005 Beychevelle is a gorgeous wine, with plenty of crème de cassis, floral notes, underbrush and forest floor. It is sweet and medium to full-bodied, with ripe tannin and beautiful texture and purity. Drink it over the next 20 years." - Robert Parker

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3 cases in stock

2005 12 x 75cl 3 IB
OWC
£1,040.00
  • €1,193.92
  • $1,336.40
  • $HK10,413.52

(approx)

93 RP Buy
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Château Haut Brion

"The mineral-laced 2005 Haut Brion (56% Cabernet Sauvignon, 39% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc) is exquisite. With its elegance and finesse, it is not as powerful as La Mission, but the nobility and complexity of the aromatics, incredible fragrance (subtle smoke and blue, red, and black fruits) that persists in the glass, full-bodied mouthfeel (though very light and delicate on its feet), and incredible length characterize this great Haut-Brion. It is just starting to drink well, and should continue to do so for at least another three decades. It is a tour de force in winemaking, but only 9,000 cases were produced." - Robert Parker

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2005 3 x 75cl 1 DP
OWC
£1,631.49
  • €1,872.95
  • $2,096.46
  • $HK16,336.11

(approx)

100 RP Buy
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Château Lafleur

"This amazing wine puts on a display of fireworks in terms of its aromatics, with a stunning nose of blue and black fruits, forest floor, flowers and earth. Dense purple, full-bodied, rich, moderately tannic and super-concentrated, this is a profound Pomerol that still needs another decade of cellaring. This is possibly the greatest Lafleur of the modern era, rivaling the 1982 and 2000. Forget it for another 5-10 years and drink it over the following quarter-century." Tasted June 2015 - Robert Parker

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1 case in stock

2005 6 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£5,800.00
  • €6,658.40
  • $7,453.00
  • $HK58,075.40

(approx)

100 RP Buy
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Le Pin

"The Le Pin 2005 has a very sweet, candied bouquet that actually reminds me slightly of a Super-Tuscan, not in a bad way either. It is a complex set of aromas that bring to mind a burlesque: red cherries, soy, undergrowth, a sprig of heather and lavender. As usual it is one of the most opulent, lascivious Pomerols on the nose and returning to my glass over ten minutes it unfurls with careless abandon. The palate is medium-bodied with fine silky tannins. But it does not quite deliver the same sophistication on the second half that is quite linear, touches of coffee and marmalade with a hint of aniseed on the finish. This is a delicious, quite mercurial Le Pin that you could broach now, though I would prefer to leave it another three or four years." - Neal Martin

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2 cases in stock

2005 3 x 150cl 2 IB
OWC
£14,500.00
  • €16,646.00
  • $18,632.50
  • $HK145,188.50

(approx)

95 NM Buy
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Château Rauzan Segla

"Tasted at Bordeaux Index's annual 10-Year On tasting in London. The 2006 Château Rauzan-Ségla has a sous-bois and sandalwood-scented bouquet with a light "mahogany bureau" scent developing soon after. The nose is open and inviting. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin and bestowed with greater fruit concentration than the nose suggests: blackberry, raspberry mixed with sage, cedar and a touch of sea salt. As usual, this Rauzan-Séglas has a surfeit of personality and while it might not be a contender for the longest-lived Margaux, it is the kind of Left Bank 2006 that you welcome at the dinner table. Tasted January 2016." - Neal Martin

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19 cases in stock

2006 12 x 75cl 19 IB
OWC
£680.00
  • €780.64
  • $873.80
  • $HK6,808.84

(approx)

91 NM Buy
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Château Montrose

"The first vintage under new owner Martin Bouygues,who convinced Jean-Bernard Delmas to come out of retirement to produce this wine, the 2006 Montrose is an undeniable success. A blend of approximately two-thirds Cabernet Sauvignon, one-third Merlot, and a tiny dollop of Petit Verdot, the most dramatic difference between the 2006, and wines made by the previous administration is that Jean Delmas produces wines with sweeter, silkier tannins, although analytically, they are as high as those found in the great Montrose vintages of the past. The 2006 is extraordinarily elegant and finesse-styled, but it exhibits stunningly concentrated, sweet blackberry and cassis fruit with hints of flowers and minerals. Full-bodied with a savory, expansive mid-palate as well as sweet, noble tannins, this beauty will benefit from 3-4 years of bottle age, and should drink well for 20-25+ years." - Robert Parker

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1 case in stock

2006 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£770.00
  • €883.96
  • $989.45
  • $HK7,710.01

(approx)

94+ RP Buy
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Château Lafleur

"Tasted at the château and then blind at Farr Vintners' tasting, the 2006 Lafleur is a vintage that I have not tasted for a few years. It has a well-defined bouquet with kirsch, strawberry, touches of melted tar and that hint of cooked meat that I picked up on out of barrel. The palate is medium-bodied with slightly coarse tannin on the entry, tarry black fruit, cohesive in the mouth with a touch of black pepper that leads to a conservative finish, which feels just a little austere at the moment. It is an impressive Lafleur from Jacques Guinaudeau, even if I would not place it within the top tier of vintages that he has overseen with his son Baptiste in recent years. Tasted April 2016." - Neal Martin

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1 case in stock

2006 6 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£1,950.00
  • €2,238.60
  • $2,505.75
  • $HK19,525.35

(approx)

93 NM Buy
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Château Duhart Milon

"Showing better than it did from cask, this soft, generous, dark ruby/purple-tinged 2007 exhibits sweet black currant fruit intermixed with cedar, roasted herbs, and subtle smoke. Round, hedonistic, and already complex, this blend of 73.5% Cabernet Sauvignon and 26.5% Merlot should drink well for 12-15 years." - Robert Parker

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1 case in stock

2007 12 x 75cl 1 IB
OWC
£660.00
  • €757.68
  • $848.10
  • $HK6,608.58

(approx)

90 RP Buy
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Château Figeac

"Tasted blind at Farr Vintners 2007 Bordeaux tasting. The 2007 Figeac has plenty of tart red cherry fruit on the nose that is pretty, but feels comparatively one-dimensional in the context of the 2006 Figeac. The palate is medium-bodied with an edgy opening. It is structured with quite an austere, almost Left Bank, curmudgeonly finish that gives away the high proportion of Cabernet. It's not a complex Saint Emilion, but there is decent delineation, though what it lacks is some cohesion on the finish. Essentially an early-drinking Figeac that, if truth be told, even in this supposed off-vintage ought to have been better. Tasted September 2015." - Neal Martin

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2007 12 x 75cl 5 IB
OWC
£950.00
  • €1,090.60
  • $1,220.75
  • $HK9,512.35

(approx)

85 NM Buy