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Château St Georges 2018 (6 Bottle Case)-Red Wine-World Wine
Château St Georges 2018 (6 Bottle Case)
$527.22
La Tour Travers Bordeaux Rouge-Red Wine-World Wine
La Tour Travers Bordeaux Rouge
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World Wine – One of the best examples of this wine we have shipped. Nothing like the stereotype of Bordeaux, this is fresh, vibrant and medium bodied. Lovely purity, the red cherry, blackberry, iodine and subtle spice aromatics leading to a pretty, juicy and energetic palate with plenty of pulpy fruit and round tannins and a lip-smacking, tangy close. Another bargain.

$21.34
La Tour Travers Bordeaux Rosé-Rose Wine-World Wine
La Tour Travers Bordeaux Rosé
$18.05
Château St Georges 2019 (6 Bottle Case)-Red Wine-World Wine
Château St Georges 2019 (6 Bottle Case)
$527.22
Vieux Naudin Bordeaux Superieur Rouge 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Vieux Naudin Bordeaux Superieur Rouge 2021
$25.75
Chateau Mazeris (Canon Fronsac A.O.C.) 2016-Red Wine-World WineChateau Mazeris (Canon Fronsac A.O.C.) 2016-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Mazeris (Canon Fronsac A.O.C.) 2016
$40.83
Château Belloy Canon-Fronsac 2019-Red Wine-World Wine
Château Belloy Canon-Fronsac 2019
$37.99
Château La Caussade Sainte-Croix-du-Mont 2020 375ml-White Wine-World Wine
Château La Caussade Sainte-Croix-du-Mont 2020 375ml
$36.09
Chateau Lanessan, Cru Bourgeois Supérieur 2016-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Lanessan, Cru Bourgeois Supérieur 2016
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James Suckling – Impressive black fruits from the blackberry and ripe plum category, with notes of earth and warm stones. On the palate it presents a supple core, supported by red cherries and fresh plums. Velvety tannins that linger in the aftertaste. At the peak of 2021.

$57.99
Clarendelle Blanc 2018 (12 bottle case)-White Wine-World Wine
Clarendelle Blanc 2018 (12 bottle case)
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Wine Spectator – A light straw note frames modest tangerine and grapefruit peel flavors, with a flicker of quinine adding zip to the finish.

$421.69
Chateau l'Eglise Bordeaux (6 Bottle Case)-Current Promotions-World Wine
Chateau l'Eglise Bordeaux (6 Bottle Case)
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$132.32
Trimbach Pinot Gris Reserve 375ml 2017 (6 Bottle Case)-White Wine-World Wine
Trimbach Pinot Gris Reserve 375ml 2017 (6 Bottle Case)
$167.94
Chateau Thieuley Blanc Sec 2015-White Wine-World Wine
Chateau Thieuley Blanc Sec 2015
$26.99
St. Julien Talbot, 4ème G.C.C, 1855 2018-Red Wine-World Wine
St. Julien Talbot, 4ème G.C.C, 1855 2018
$253.99
Chateau Coutet La Chartreuse de Coutet, 2nd Vin 375ml 2015-Dessert, Sherry & Port-World Wine
Chateau Coutet La Chartreuse de Coutet, 2nd Vin 375ml 2015
$43.32
Château La Caussade Cadillac Cotes de Bordeaux 2018-Red Wine-World Wine
Château La Caussade Cadillac Cotes de Bordeaux 2018
$37.99
Château La Caussade Bordeaux Blanc 2021-White Wine-World Wine
Château La Caussade Bordeaux Blanc 2021
$29.44
Chateau Teyssier Grand Cru Classé Saint Emilion 2018-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Teyssier Grand Cru Classé Saint Emilion 2018
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James Suckling – "Currant, dried-flower, citrus-zest and sandalwood aromas, with hints of slicedmushrooms. It’s medium-to full-bodied with firm, powdery tannins and freshacidity. Fragrant, pretty and precise. Really fine. Try from 2024."

$69.99
Chateau Prieuré Lichine, 4ème G.C.C 375ml 2018-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Prieuré Lichine, 4ème G.C.C 375ml 2018
$68.32
Chateau Doisy Védrines, 2ème G.C.C, 1855 (Sauternes) 375ml 2018-White Wine-World Wine
Chateau Doisy Védrines, 2ème G.C.C, 1855 (Sauternes) 375ml 2018
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Wine Spectator – A nice, unctuous version in the making, with apricot, melon and peach flavors laced with hazelnut and almond cream notes. A flash of green tea adds intrigue. Barrel Sample: 92-95

$63.32
Chateau Coufran Haut Medoc 2018-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Coufran Haut Medoc 2018
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World Wine – “Deep ruby. Lovely aromas of dark plum, blackcurrant, graphite and black pepper. Then smooth and rich on the palate, with ripe blackberry and chocolate-covered blackcurrant flavors showing very good precision and lift. Finishes with lively acids and a bit of warmth, but this balanced, serious wine will provide delicious early drinking.” 87-90 points - Ian D'Agata, vinous.com

$73.61
Chateau Citran Haut Medoc 2016-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Citran Haut Medoc 2016
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World Wine – “Deep ruby. Fruity aromas of red plum, smoky black cherry and milk chocolate complemented by a cedary nuance. Chocolatey-ripe, soft and supple, with flavors similar to the aromas. This reasonably bright midweight could use more mid-palate complexity and a little more length but good balancing acidity and youthfully chewy but high-quality tannins make it pretty enjoyable glass of wine.” 86-89 points - Ian D'Agata, vinous.com

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Robert Parker/Wine Advocate – “A sleeper of the vintage, this is a serious wine offering up oodles of licorice, incense, black currants and Christmas fruitcake notes in a medium to full-bodied, attractive, spicy style. Dark ruby/purple, this well-made wine should be drunk over the next decade or more.” 88 points - Robert M. Parker, Jr., robertparker.com

$73.61
Château La Caussade Bordeaux Rouge 2020-Red Wine-World Wine
Château La Caussade Bordeaux Rouge 2020
$29.44
Château Sociando-Mallet 2017 (6 Bottle Case)-Red Wine-World Wine
Château Sociando-Mallet 2017 (6 Bottle Case)
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James Suckling – Tight and chewy yet polished and beautiful. Medium to full body, a pretty core of fruit within the center palate and a flavorful finish. Better than 2015 and on the same level as the excellent 2014. 93-94 points James Suckling

$822
Chateau Queyron Pindefleurs Le Jardin (St. Emillon) 2018-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Queyron Pindefleurs Le Jardin (St. Emillon) 2018
$54.47
Chateau Poujeaux Camensac (Haut Medoc) 375ml 2020-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Poujeaux Camensac (Haut Medoc) 375ml 2020
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James Suckling – A prototypical Médoc wine with very good depth and beautiful harmony. I love the long, moderately dry and savory finish that pulls your hand instinctively back to the glass. A blend of 50 per cent cabernet sauvignon and 50 per cent merlot. Drink or hold.

$73.61
Chateau Suduiraut, 1er G.C.C, 1855 Sauternes 375ml 2010-Dessert Wine-World Wine
Chateau Suduiraut, 1er G.C.C, 1855 Sauternes 375ml 2010
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$84.15
Chateau Suduiraut, 1er G.C.C, 1855 Sauternes 375ml 2013-Dessert Wine-World Wine
Chateau Suduiraut, 1er G.C.C, 1855 Sauternes 375ml 2013
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$116.22
Chateau Coutet, 1er G.C.C, 1855 Barsac 2009-Dessert Wine-World Wine
Chateau Coutet, 1er G.C.C, 1855 Barsac 2009
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$134.99
Chateau Teyssier Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classé 2018-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Teyssier Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classé 2018
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James Suckling – Currant, dried-flower, citrus-zest, and sandalwood aromas, with hints of sliced mushrooms. It’s medium-to-full-bodied with firm, powdery tannins and fresh acidity. Fragrant, pretty, and precise. Really fine.

$67.99
Chateau Mauvesin-Barton, Moulis-en-Médoc 2018-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Mauvesin-Barton, Moulis-en-Médoc 2018
$56.99
Chateau Cantemerle, Cru Bourgeois Haut Medoc 2016-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Cantemerle, Cru Bourgeois Haut Medoc 2016
$109.99
Chateau Ferran Pessac Leognan 2018-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Ferran Pessac Leognan 2018
$46.99
Chateau Pape Clement Rouge Pessac Leognan 2019-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Pape Clement Rouge Pessac Leognan 2019
$280.99
Chateau Ferran Pessac Leognan 2019-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Ferran Pessac Leognan 2019
$46.99
Chateau d'Issan, 3ème G.C.C, 1855 Margaux 2016-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau d'Issan, 3ème G.C.C, 1855 Margaux 2016
$208.99
Bordeaux, a name synonymous with wine excellence, is steeped in a rich history that spans centuries. Situated in the southwest of France, the region is cradled by the Gironde Estuary, creating a unique microclimate ideal for vine cultivation. With a tapestry of soils ranging from gravelly terrains to clay-rich lands, Bordeaux produces wines of remarkable diversity and character. Here, tradition meets innovation, where age-old winemaking techniques harmoniously blend with modern practices. The region is celebrated for both its red and white wines, each expressing a depth and sophistication that's unparalleled. The beautiful interplay of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and other grape varietals results in wines that are both powerful and elegant, a reflection of the land and the meticulous craftsmanship of its vignerons.
Bordeaux is a prestigious wine-producing region situated in the southwest of France, near the Atlantic coast. Encompassed by the Gironde estuary to the west and traversed by the rivers Dordogne and Garonne, this sprawling region's geography plays a pivotal role in its winemaking legacy. Bordeaux's temperate maritime climate, influenced by the Atlantic Ocean, combined with its diverse range of soil types, from gravelly terrains in the Médoc to clay-rich grounds in Saint-Émilion, makes it a viticultural paradise. Rich in history, Bordeaux has been a bustling wine trade hub since Roman times and remains a magnet for wine lovers and professionals from all corners of the globe.
Bordeaux is renowned globally for producing some of the world's most illustrious wines, known for their depth, complexity, and aging potential. While the region is home to iconic estates producing "Grand Cru Classé" wines, which can command astronomical prices, Bordeaux's vastness also means it offers a plethora of wines at more accessible price points. From the robust reds of Côtes de Bordeaux to the delightful whites from Entre-Deux-Mers, there's a Bordeaux wine for every budget. This ensures that while collectors might seek out rare vintages for their cellars, everyday wine enthusiasts can also savor the Bordeaux experience without breaking the bank.
Bordeaux's distinction lies in its perfect storm of geographical, geological, and climatic factors, paired with centuries of winemaking expertise. Its unique terroir, characterized by riverbank soils rich in gravel, limestone, and clay, offers optimal conditions for grape varieties like Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Sauvignon Blanc. Additionally, the region's classification system, established in 1855, set a precedent in the wine world, designating châteaux based on their quality. This tradition of excellence, coupled with innovative techniques introduced by passionate vintners across generations, makes Bordeaux a beacon of both tradition and evolution in the world of wine.
Bordeaux is best recognized for its red blends, primarily made from Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, complemented by grapes like Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, and Malbec. These reds, particularly from sub-regions like Pauillac, Margaux, and Saint-Émilion, are celebrated for their rich flavors, tannic structure, and aging potential. However, Bordeaux is also revered for its white wines, primarily crafted from Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon, and Muscadelle. Not to be overlooked, areas like Sauternes and Barsac are globally acclaimed for their luscious, botrytized sweet wines.
Determining the "best" wines from Bordeaux can be subjective, given the region's vastness and diversity. However, wines from the 1855 Classification, including First Growth estates like Château Margaux, Château Latour, and Château Haut-Brion, consistently receive global accolades. In the right bank, properties like Château Cheval Blanc and Château Pétrus have achieved legendary status. For white wines, Château Haut-Brion's white blend and the sweet wines of Château d'Yquem stand out as paragons of excellence. Yet, it's essential to remember that beyond these iconic names, Bordeaux offers a treasure trove of wines, each with its unique story and expression of this storied region.