French Wine - 4 Star - Medium - 13% - 13.99%
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Château Le Bonalguet 2018
Château Le Bonalguet has been rated a “near-perfect wine” by former Best Sommelier of France Fabrice Sommier and sports a history of gold-medal acclaim. Rich, deep, and beautifully structured, the new 2018 release is every bit as impressive.
Domaine de Buadelle Minervois 2016
Alexis Metge won Gilbert & Gaillard gold for his wild herb- and berry-packed Grenache blend. Hand harvested from gnarled old vines growing in the shadow of the Montagne Noire range, it’s a crowd-pleasing exclusive you mustn’t miss!
Château Mouquet 2016
Château Mouquet has been owned by Bruno Baylet’s family for three generations. A classic blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc, his acclaimed Bordeaux Supérieur showcases the superb 2016 vintage and brims with ripe red fruit.
Les Vivandières 2018
Named for the brave French women who cared for troops on the battlefield (and offered wine for courage), Les Vivandières hails from premium Ventoux (near iconic Châteauneuf-du-Pape). With a top gold and vibrant fruit flavor, it’s sure to impress.
Haut de Bel Air 2018
“2018 is an exceptional year for Bordeaux,” producing “wonderful wines with a beautiful depth of ripe fruit and polished, strong tannins,” (James Suckling). Wait until you taste this acclaimed Merlot blend – it's one of our picks of the vintage.
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.
Chemins de Casel Chardonnay 2017
Christian Collovray and Jean-Luc Terrier are big stars in Burgundy – but they headed to France’s sunny south (and the premium Haute Vallée de l’Aude appellation) to make this seriously classy, fruit-packed Chardonnay from the excellent 2017 vintage.
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.