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  • Chateau Cantemerle Haut- Medoc 2014
    This is light a tightly wound ball of wool. It’s velvety textured with ripe tannins, plum skin and berry character. Full, long and intense. Just starting to drink well James Suckling: 90 pts  ..
  • Chateau d'Armailhac Pauillac 2010 (Out of Stock)
    Cabernet Sauvignon 60%, Merlot 23%, Cabernet Franc 15% Deep red-ruby. Currant, blueberry, leather, graphite and nutty oak on the nose, sweet tannins and excellent racy length Robert Parker : 93 pts / WS: 93 pts ..
  • Chateau Talbot  St Julien Bordeaux 2011
    Talbot’s dense ruby/purple color is followed by an attractive, spicy, earthy St.-Julien displaying hints of tapenade, black cherries and soil undertones in a forward, lush, round, seductive style. This excellent, medium-bodied 2011 should provide delicious drinking for 10-15 years. Talbot appears to..
  • Chateau Angelus Saint-Emilion 1988
    Robert Parker: 91 pts & Wine Enthusiast: 94 pts The 1988 is a rich, almost lusty St.-Emilion, with a full-throttle bouquet of licorice, spicy new oak, cassis, olives, and minerals. Full-bodied, deep, and concentrated, it offers excellent extract, and a long, heady, moderately tannic finish." ..
  • Chateau Angélus Saint-Emilion 1989
    Robert Parker: 96 pts  Fully mature, this sultry, supple, plush, polished, charmer has all the sweet, ripe, fleshy pure fruits, truffle, earth, licorice, spice and smoke you can ask for. Full bodied, concentrated and with length, depth and complexity, this is the first great Angelus of the m..
  • Chateau Angélus Saint-Emilion 1993
    Robert Parker: 92 pts Grape Varieties: 50% Merlot, 47% Cabernet Franc and 3% Cabernet Sauvignon 1993: In the new classification of St.-Emilion, justice was certainly served with the elevation of Angelus to premier grand cru classe status. No Bordeaux estate has been making as concentrated..