Sample six superb Bordeaux wines with our great-value mixed case of refreshing whites and magnificent reds, including several from the legendary 2009 vintage.
Château La Rose Bellevue “Cuvée Tradition” Blanc, Côte de Blaye, 2013
Ripe fruits integrated with melon, apricot, passion fruits and citrus notes. The palate is rich, with a long and fruity finish. Clos des Lunes “Lune d’Argent” Blanc, 2012
The team at Domaine de Chevalier took over management of the old Clos des Lunes vineyard in order to create one of the finest dry white wines from the area. La Réserve de Malartic Rouge, Pessac-Léognan 2009
The second wine of Château Malartic-Lagravière. A full-bodied wine, with velvety tannins and a nose of ripe black fruit. It evolves in the mouth with great suppleness. Les Fiefs de Lagrange, St. Julien 2009
This sibling of Château Lagrange is distinguished by its tender and generous style. “Blackberry, white flowers moving towards wet limestone… Great clarity and precision here.” – Neal Martin, 91 Pts Les Hauts du Tertre, Margaux 2009
The second wine of Château du Tertre. Nose of black fruits and toasty oak. In the mouth it feels sweet, while the ripe cherry and blackberry fruits are nicely balanced by supple tannins and vanilla oak. Château Haut Barrail, Médoc 2009
A very fine bouquet with cedar, black fruits, a touch of Christmas cake and sous-bois with good definition. “The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannins, good acidity and a very composed finish with ample freshness. This is a very well made 2009 Cru Bourgeois.” – Neal Martin, 90 Pts