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2015

Château Paret Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux AOC

Running along the edge of the Saint-Emilion appellation, this vineyard is owned by the Fauchey family, who have been making wine in the Bordeaux area since the 17th century. The estate, until the second world war, made mostly white wine for the army. Today though, the vineyard is mostly planted with merlot, the grape best suited to the climate and soil of the domain.

VARIETALS
85% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Cabernet Franc

VINTAGE
2015

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2013

Château Pibran Pauillac AOC

Pibran is an old Médoc name. Its highly reputed vineyard covers one of the finest outcrops of Pauillac. The estate, which originally had only just 10 hectares, was expanded in 2001 following the purchase of neighbouring property to reach the current size of 17 hectares of superb Garonne gravel soil. For a long time it belonged to the Billa family, who sold it to AXA Millésimes in 1987. The vineyards were restructured shortly after the purchase, and drainage was improved in order to get the best possible effect of the soil on the wine. Today Château Pibran is carefully produced by the same technical team that makes Château Pichon Baron and then moved in barrel, for aging in the cellars of Pibran.

VARIETALS
55% Merlot, 45% Cabernet Sauvignon

VINTAGE 
2013

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2015

Château Sorbey Haut-Médoc AOC (Château Julien 2nd wine)

The Château Julien in Haut-Médoc neighbours the great terroirs of Saint Julien, the vines nestling on gravelly marls producing fruity, generous wines boasting harmonious tannins, in a style that has long made the reputation of Haut-Médoc.
This wine is their second label.

VARIETALS
50% Merlot, 50% Cabernet Sauvignon

VINTAGE
2015

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2013

Château Soussans Margaux

Vignobles Jean Sorge are home to the cru bourgeois Château Deyrem-Valentin and its little sister, Château Soussans. The estates nestle between two grands crus classés and date back to 1730. Christelle Sorge is now in charge and she continues on a path of tradition married with innovation to provide wines of ever increasing quality to lovers of Margaux everywhere.

For more info, visit Château Soussans website.

VARIETALS
50% Merlot, 49% Cabernet Sauvignon, 1% Carménère

VINTAGE
2013

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2014

Château Talbot Saint-Julien Grand Cru Classé AOC

Legend relates that the name of this imposing estate originates with Connétable Talbot, a famous English warrior, defeated at the battle of Castillon in 1453. Talbot is one of the Medoc’s oldest estates, its glory never tainted. Through the years, it has been fortunate enough to remain in good hands. The owners are Nancy Bignon-Cordier and her family. They are the fourth generation of Cordiers to manage this Saint-Julien fourth Classified Growth.
For many, Talbot embodies the ideal Saint-Julien, a generous bouquet, extremely stable and dependable during aging, a champion of longevity; even young Talbot is pleasant and rounded, always characterized by silky, mild and very civilized tannins. Talbot possesses an expansive character. It’s never withdrawn into itself and has the courtesy of being in a good mood every day.

For more info, visit Château Talbot website.

VARIETALS
62% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Merlot, 6% Petit Verdot

VINTAGE
2014

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2013

Château Tour Pibran Bourgeois Pauillac AOC (Château Pibran 2nd wine)

Pibran is an old Médoc name. Its highly reputed vineyard covers one of the finest outcrops of Pauillac. The estate, which originally had only just 10 hectares, was expanded in 2001 following the purchase of neighbouring property to reach the current size of 17 hectares of superb Garonne gravel soil. For a long time it belonged to the Billa family, who sold it to AXA Millésimes in 1987. The vineyards were restructured shortly after the purchase, and drainage was improved in order to get the best possible effect of the soil on the wine. Today Château Pibran is carefully made by Jean-René Matignon and his team at Château Pichon-Baron, in their state-of-the-art winery. The wine is aged at Château Pibran, where a second wine in made, Château Tour Pibran.

VARIETALS
60% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon

VINTAGE 
2013

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2014

Château Treytins Lalande de Pomerol AOC

Léon Nony established the Château Treytins estate in the 1950’s, but its vineyards were planted in the 19th century by the Count de Kermartin. After Léon Nony’s death in 1959, his son, Michel, then his grandson, Jean-Marc, continued his work building up the vineyard estate. In the 1990’s, the vat room and cellars were extended and completely renovated to incorporate new techniques and the latest thinking in terms of vinification and ageing, while preserving traditional know-how.

VARIETALS
70% Merlot, 23% Cabernet Franc, 7% Cabernet Sauvignon.

VINTAGE
2014

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2014

Château Vieux Pourret Saint-Émilion Grand Cru AOC

Château Vieux Pourret is very well located on the Saint-Emilion plateau, on the locality called “Pourret”. Vieux Pourret’s vines are for the most part in the town of Saint-Emilion itself (with a clay/sand mix in the soil) but also in Saint-Hippolyte, where the soil consists of clayey limestone. Château Vieux Pourret has been created for over 50 years and now the property is owned by Emmanuel Coudroy and run by his wife Nathalie, being the estate manager, which, starting from the vintage 2012, didn’t continue to make this wine organic but they rather elaborated a fruity wine with a melted and elegant mouth, really worthy of a Saint-Émilion Grand Cru.

VARIETALS
80% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc

VINTAGE
2014

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2017

Clearwater Cove Pinot Gris

Along the length of North and South Islands, the cool clear waters of the Pacific Ocean carve deep natural coves into the landscape.
Intriguing for its unrivalled tranquillity, this spectacular eastern coastline of New Zealand is also renowned for its exceptional wines.
In these beautiful, but harsh, conditions the vines struggle for survival, producing low yields of high quality fruit with concentrated flavours.
This Pinot Gris is brimming with pear drop and nutty characters, leading to flavours of stone fruit and honey.

For more info, visit Clearwater Cove website.

VARIETALS
100% Pinot Gris

VINTAGE
2017

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2016

Clearwater Cove Pinot Noir

Along the length of North and South Islands, the cool clear waters of the Pacific Ocean carve deep natural coves into the landscape.
Intriguing for its unrivalled tranquillity, this spectacular eastern coastline of New Zealand is also renowned for its exceptional wines.
In these beautiful, but harsh, conditions the vines struggle for survival, producing low yields of high quality fruit with concentrated flavours.
This Pinot Noir is brimming with flavour’s of ripe berry fruit and savoury notes, which integrate well creating a beautifully balanced wine.

For more info, visit Clearwater Cove website.

VARIETALS
100% Pinot Noir

VINTAGE
2016

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2018

Clearwater Cove Sauvignon Blanc

Along the length of North and South Islands, the cool clear waters of the Pacific Ocean carve deep natural coves into the landscape.
Intriguing for its unrivalled tranquillity, this spectacular eastern coastline of New Zealand is also renowned for its exceptional wines.
In these beautiful, but harsh, conditions the vines struggle for survival, producing low yields of high quality fruit with concentrated flavours.
Parcels from the Awatere Valley and Wairau Valley together combine to create a wine brimming with varietal character, balance and elegance.

For more info, visit Clearwater Cove website.

VARIETALS
100% Sauvignon Blanc

VINTAGE
2018

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2014

Clos de L’Oratoire Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Classé AOC

Clos de l’Oratoire, located on Saint-Emilion’s northeast slope, where the terroir of Fronsac molasse is made by a layer of sandy soil and a clay subsoil, ideally suited to Merlot (80% of the vines).
In the middle of the 19th century, Beylot, a merchant from Libourne, acquired Château Peyreau, a vast property located northeast of St Emilion. Redeemed in the 1960s by Michel Boutet, this one splits it in two and succeeds in classifying “Premier Grand Cru” the best vines under the name “Clos de l’Oratoire”. In 1971, he sold the ensemble (Peyreau and Clos de l’Oratoire) to Count Joseph-Hubert von Neipperg .
The family has made wine in Germany since the 13th century, and viticulture has never stopped being a central part of their life. The custodian of some 800 years of winegrowing tradition, the talented Stephan von Neipperg, agronomist and son of Joseph-Hubert, manages the Bordeaux estates acquired by his family in 1971. Ably assisted by a team of professionals, he has brought the wines from these châteaux to the pinnacle of quality.

For more info, visit Clos de L’Oratoire website.

VARIETALS
90% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc

VINTAGE
2014

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2017

Colle Corviano Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC

The Abruzzo are rather unknown as a winegrowing region, except for the Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, which originates from it. The winery Colle Corviano in Loreto Aprutino belongs to the growing region Pescara, where Montepulciano and Trebbiano grow traditionally in the rather warm climate characterized by the Adriatic Sea. This wine is wonderfully full, soft with hints of vanilla, accompanied by ripe dark fruit, and a touch of chocolate. The finish is long and very soft.

VARIETALS
100% Montepulciano d’Abruzzo

VINTAGE
2017

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2017

Colle Corviano Pinot Grigio delle Venezie IGP

The Abruzzo are rather unknown as a winegrowing region, except for the Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, which originates from it. The winery Colle Corviano in Loreto Aprutino belongs to the growing region Pescara. Montepulciano and Trebbiano grow traditionally in the rather warm climate characterized by the Adriatic Sea, while the Pinot Grigio is sorted and vinified in the Veneto region and bottled in the Abruzzo estate, showing pleasant freshness with a well integrated acidity.

VARIETALS
100% Pinot Grigio

VINTAGE
2017

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2015

Connétable Talbot Saint-Julien AOC (Château Talbot GCC 2nd wine)

Legend relates that the name of this imposing estate originates with Connétable Talbot, a famous English warrior, defeated at the battle of Castillon in 1453. Talbot is one of the Medoc’s oldest estates, its glory never tainted. Through the years, it has been fortunate enough to remain in good hands. The owners are Nancy Bignon-Cordier and her family. They are the fourth generation of Cordiers to manage this Saint-Julien fourth Classified Growth.
Connétable Talbot appeared in the sixties; it is one of the oldest second wines of the Médoc. Over the years, it has profited from all the care given to the vineyard and the increasingly severe selections.
Like its predecessor Chateau Talbot, this is a classic, elegant wine with a clear, well-designed structure and a long, fresh finish.

For more info, visit Château Talbot website.

VARIETALS
64% Merlot, 36% Cabernet Sauvignon

VINTAGE
2015

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