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  • Writer's pictureSimon E.

Bordeaux Masterclass Tasting

This is just a tease really to show you what decadence a handful of our customer recently enjoyed. We tasted one wine from each of the 1855 Bordeaux Classification starting with an entry level Bordeaux at £10, right through to a First Growth red at £420RRP.

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Chateau Lacoste 2016, Bordeaux

Entry Level easy drinking Bordeaux, 100% Merlot.

Chateau Brun Despagne 2011, Bordeaux Superieur

Great value Cabernet Sauvignon dominated wine

Chateau Relais de la Poste 2012, Cotes du Bourg

Astonishingly rare 100% Malbec wine from the edge of the region

Chateau Bousquet 2015, Graves

A rare wine from the ancient Graves area

Chateau Cissac 2000, Haut-Medoc Cru Bourgeois

Superb value open texture, from the brilliant 2000 vintage

Chateau Chasse Spleen 2009, Moulis Cru Bourgeois

Chalky mineral dry power, plenty of tannin

Chateau Les Barraillots 2014, Margaux

Polished fruit power, yet very easy drinking

Chateau Batailley 2004 Pauillac, 5th Growth

Over look this vintage and you will miss some great wines

Chateau Talbot 1990 Saint Julien, 4th Growth

Excellent estate and superb vintage, great combination

Chateau La Lagune 1982 Haut Medoc, 3rd Growth

One of the best vintage in the last 50 years, fully mature and complex

Chateau Leoville Las Cases 1997 Saint Julien, 2nd Growth

On many occasion this wine out performs First Growth wines, and you can see why

Chateau Haut Brion 1988 Pessac-Leognan, First Growth

Simply Superb.

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