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Wine

  1. La Closerie des Eyrins Margaux Bordeaux 2015

    La Closerie des Eyrins Margaux Bordeaux 2015

    $40.00
    75% Cabernet Sauvignon and 25% Merlot. After a 21 day maceration the grapes are transferred to age in 50% new oak and 50% stainless steel. This balance of aging techniques gives the wine toasty oak aromas with bitter chocolate, molasses, and dark fruits. Earthy flavors of leather, walnuts, and roasted beets are framed by a long dry finish. A Margaux that perfectly shows-off the ripe and accessible growing season of 2015. Learn More
  2. Domaine Arretxea Irouleguy 2017

    Domaine Arretxea Irouleguy 2017

    $33.00
    The best region in France that you have never heard of! Located in Basque country on the Spanish border in the shadow of the Pyrénées the organically grown blend of Tannat, Cabernet Franc, and Cabernet Sauvignon slowly ripen to peak maturity. Dark plum, cassis, and woodsy notes. There some earth, dried grass clippings, and herbs. The palate is especially smooth for the often unforgiving Tannat grape. Ready to drink now or store for 5 years. Learn More
  3. Chateau de Fontenille Bordeaux 2016

    Chateau de Fontenille Bordeaux 2016

    $20.00
    This is the type of wine that you can buy a few cases of and forget about it in the cellar for ten years. At this price there is just so much potential to develop into a wine that should cost twice the price. Big, bold and herbal with Eucalyptus and mint. Aromas of a wet pile of leaves, leather, chocolate fruit and nut bar and some savory pipe tobacco. Great balance of tannins and shows even better on day two. Textbook Bordeaux. Learn More
  4. Grand Enclos du Chateau de Cerons Graves Rouge 2015

    Grand Enclos du Chateau de Cerons Graves Rouge 2015

    $36.00
    A blend of 45% Cabernet Sauvignon and 55% Merlot give the Château de Cérons all the stuffing needed to make a wine that over-delivers for its price. The winery utilizes a gravity fed system for minimal intervention. This shows fig, blackberry, plum, light cigar and a kiss of oak barrel. Medium to full- bodied with classic, dry, minerally bordeaux nuances. Older Châteaux in the region of Graves can rival the quality of Bordeaux at a fraction of the price, and this is no exception. Learn More
  5. Clementin de Pape Clement Pessac Leognan 2016

    Clementin de Pape Clement Pessac Leognan 2016

    $67.00
    60% Merlot, 38% Cabernet Sauvignon, 1% Petit Verdot, 1% Cabernet Franc. Pape Clément’s second label is drinking extremely well right now, fresh, lively, and very approachable. Like its bigger sibling, it comes from Pessac-Léognan on gravel/sand clays for Cabernet and Petit Verdot and clay for Merlot. Aged for 14 months in 40% new oak, the nose is inviting with plum, blackcurrant, dried herbs, and spice, followed by supple tannins, high acidity, and a long, generous finish. Learn More
  6. Chateau Pape Clement Pessac Leognan 2016

    Chateau Pape Clement Pessac Leognan 2016

    $200.00 (NET)
    50% Merlot, 47% Cabernet Sauvignon, 2% Petit Verdot, 1% Cabernet Franc. 2016 saw perfect growing conditions: a dry summer, cool nights, and rain in late August to slow ripening all led to small, thick-skinned, ripe grapes and aromatic, fragrant wines high in acidity and tannin. From historic Pessac producer, this is heady and ripe, balanced by integrated oak, fresh acidity, and spicy overtones. Still young, to be enjoyed over the next 20 years. Learn More
  7. Chateau Rauzan Segla Margaux 2012

    Chateau Rauzan Segla Margaux 2012

    $72.00
    47% Cabernet Sauvignon, 47% Merlot, 3% Cabernet Franc, 3% Petit Verdot. 2012 was an excellent vintage for Bordeaux, reflected in the ripe black fruit aromas in historic Margaux producer Château Rauzan’s second wine, Ségla. It’s drinking wonderfully well now, its juiciness held together with firm tannins and smoke from ageing in 20% new French oak. There are some hints of maturity, with dried fruits and tobacco. Drink now-2025. Learn More