French Wine - Dry Red - $20 - $30 - $30+ - 4 Star - Medium - 13% - 13.99%
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Le Bordeaux de Tour du Roch-Milon Magnum 2017
We unearthed this gem at a château across the street from $1,000+ Latour. And their gravelly vineyards are also intermingled with those of $700+ Mouton Rothschild. But their barrel-aged gold medalist is yours for a far friendlier price.
L'Epiphanie de Margaux 2018
Here’s the Bordeaux scoop of the year – a small allocation of premium Margaux from a prestigious Cru Classé (one of only five Second Growths in the district) for an insiders-only price. Classic Margaux – haunting fragrance, elegance, finesse. Hurry.
Domaine de Guingal Cahors Malbec 2009
It’s high time for French Malbec – the original Malbec – to take its place in the spotlight. And after 10 years of mellowing out in the bottle, this perfectly mature, dual-gold medalist from the sunny southwest is a great (re)introduction.
Château La Clarière Cuvée Anniversaire 50th 2012
Wonderfully mature and drinking deliciously, this library release 2012 from the hugely acclaimed Château La Clarière (a Le Prix d’Excellence winner) will impress with its mellow, velvety smoothness. Everything great, modern Bordeaux should be.
L’Épiphanie de Saint-Émilion 2018
This is our biggest Bordeaux coup ever: an acclaimed Saint-Émilion from the glorious 2018 vintage and the same cellar and vineyards as a Premier Grand Cru Classé ‘A’ estate. We have limited cases, and you’ll never see a price like this again. Hurry.
J Revillon Fleurie 2018
From 14th-generation Dominique Piron and prized Beaujolais cru, Fleurie, this is a serious treat for lovers of silky, aromatic reds. “A complete expression of Beaujolais, combining prettiness and substance,” wrote critic Jamie Goode of one vintage.