Château-Mouton-Rothschild Aile d'Argent Bordeaux 2014
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Château-Pontet-Canet Pauillac 2014The colour is a steady purple. The nose is composed of forest fruit and spices with a continuous graphite line. The attack is flavourful. The evolution on the palate is dense and rich carried by a comforting freshness. One has the impression of biting into a cluster of grapes with gusto. A real Pauillac of intense pleasure.
Chateau Beychevelle Saint Julien 2014Ever since it was first produced, and down through the various vintages, Château Beychevelle has reflected the elegance and finesse of Saint Julien's finest terroirs.Graceful and complex, with a tremendous aromatic richness, Château Beychevelle is made from the best plots in the vineyard and undergoes a rigorous selection process.It reveals its character after about ten years, and can be kept for several decades, depending on the vintage.
Chateau La Tour Carnet Haut Médoc 2014Sight: Deep garnet, with hints of mahogany and biscuit, signs of aging. Smell: The nose is complex. Notes of blackcurrant and plum appear in turn, followed by secondary aromas of spices, like cinnamon, and roasted notes of charred wood. Taste: Forthright flavor revealing the incredible finesse of well-rounded, perfectly balanced tannins. Roasted notes and ripe fruit on the palate. Balanced, full-bodied finish.
Château-Langoa-Barton Saint Julien 2014Work in the vineyards: traditional ploughing, no weed killing, reasoned additives. Pruning: double cane pruning adapted to the vigor of the vines. Manual harpening, topping and reasoned deleafing. Manual harvesting follow by successive sorting operations of the grapes. De-stemming, crushing and fermenting plot by plot. 16 to18 months in French oak barrels in a cellar kept at constant temperature of 15°C. Percentage of new barrels: 50/70% according vintages. Topping 3 times a week. Barrel to barrel racking. Fining in the barrels with fresh egg whites.
Chateau Quinault L'Enclos St. Emilion 2014
Chateau Giscours Margaux La Sirène de Giscours 2014La Sirène de Giscours (Margaux AOC): This second wine of Château Giscours comes from the selection of our youngest vines. The vinification and aging benefit from the same care as the Grand Vin, Chateau Giscours. You will love the smoothness and refinement of this Margaux.
Chateau Palmer Alter Ego de Palmer 2014Spontaneity. That sudden desire to indulge without delay, Château Palmer wished to gratify. Thus, while remaining true to its philosophy, another expression of its terroir came to be. Since the 1998 vintage, a new approach to selection and blending has yielded this supple and rounded wine, distinguished by its freshness of fruit, crisp intensity and richness…from the moment out of barrel, it's all that's natural, bottled.
Chateau Clerc Milon Pauillac 2014The color is a deep garnet red with a purple tint. The refined and elegant nose displays perfectly ripe fruit, while hints of graphite and licorice together with aromatic verbena notes leave an impression of sappy freshness. From a very full-bodied attack, the flavors build towards a rich and harmonious balance. The tannins are well-rounded, silky and creamy, underpinning the expression of spicy, judicious oak. The long and full finish is sustained by an attractive freshness on vanilla and forest floor notes.
Château-Latour-Martillac Pessac Léognan 2014The Château Latour-Martillac Blanc 2014 has voluminous nose: tinned pineapple intermingling with white peach and citrus aromas, but perhaps missing the killer delineation of its peers at this point. The palate is well balanced with a dab of sour lemon on the entry. It gently builds in the mouth, mustering more and more precision until the finish that delivers lemongrass mixed with orange zest notes. This will be fascinating to revisit after bottling. It does not quite know what it wants to do at the moment hence my conservative score, however it may evolve into a very fine white Pessac-Léognan that will exceed my score. »
Château-Leoville-Poyferre St. Julien 2014Colour: Dense, dark and bright. Nose: Fine and complex. Notes of ripe fruit, cedar and empyreumatic aromas are revealed after swirling in the glass. Palate: The attack is frank and sustained. There is a wonderful smoothness and density in the mouth. The finish is fine and has a lingering aroma.
Château-Meyney St. Estephe 2014Château Meyney's vineyard is planted of 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot and 10% Petit Verdot, on a perfectly-drained gravel soil that provides ideal conditions for grapes ripening. This unusually high share of Petit Verdot explains a particular trait of the wines, which regularly show notes of leather and musk after a period of time. The wine is full-bodied, well-rounded and structured. After ageing, the wine displays the remarkable charm of the best Saint-Estèphe: complexity, balance and harmony.
Château-Coutet Barsac 2014The Château Coutet vines' deep roots extract elements from its terroir to give the grapes freshness, richness and strength. For this reason the estate carries the name "Coutet," derived from the Gascon's word for knife, to signify the fresh, lively and crisp palate that is the wine's signature style. In its youth, the wines display generous notes of white flowers, citrus fruits, honey and vanilla. Ginger and pineapple are very typical aromas in a young Château Coutet. Time brings out deeper, warmer notes in which spices combine with exotic nectars and candied fruits, such as gingerbread mingled with marmalade. Age also enhances the harmony of its roasted Botrytis character and its distinct aromas to give Château Coutet a delicate and unique bouquet that is unsurpassed.
Château-Grand-Puy-Lacoste Pauillac 2014The 2014 blend for Grand Puy Lacoste has, once again a large proportion of cabernet sauvignon (82%) proving once more the potential of this vineyard to really express all the best characteristics and charm of the cabernet grapes. This wine has an impressive intense ruby red colour. The nose expresses ripe, concentrated black fruits, blueberries and blackcurrant liqueur, typically Grand-Puy-Lacoste, with a slight spicy, peppery note. On the palate the first impressions are of density and great precision, carrying on with ripe tannins, powerful and elegant. This 2014 possesses a beautiful balance and freshness with a long finish and an intense note of cocoa. We find in this wine the framework of the great vintages of Grand-Puy-Lacoste where the richness and complexity of the terroir, combine with the refined fruit and ripe tannins which are perfectly expressed.
Chateau Haut-Bailly Pessac Leognan 2014The wines feature beautiful aromas as well as a velvety texture and fresh fruit typical of the summer of 2014 and the long ripening period that followed. 2014: a vibrant vintage of great style.
Château-Haut-Brion Pessac Léognan 2014The truly beautiful bouquet has notes of black fruit such as blackberry and blackcurrant along with empyreumatic overtones. The wine shows smooth, well-structured tannin on the palate, combining power and elegance from the beginning to the end.
Château-Les-Ormes-de-Pez Saint Estephe 2014Château Les Ormes de Pez is a harmonious, spicy and distinctive wine that reveals the authenticity of its terroir in the Saint-Estèphe appellation. It will charm you with its opulence, elegance and well-rounded structure. The palate offers robust tannins whilst retaining a smooth, fleshy side.
Château-Phélan-Ségur Saint Estèphe 2014A new vat room with small volumes of 40 to 60 hectolitres allowed extension of the selection work started in the vineyard. Precision viticulture was carried out through, among others, an approach to the vigour of the vine. The 2014 blend was very strongly influenced by Cabernet Sauvignon (64%).
Château d’Aiguilhe Côtes de Castillon 2014Combining power and freshness, the wines of Château d'Aiguilhe succeed in expressing the terroir's strong personality, and show very well after 5 years in bottle.
Château-Ducru-Beaucaillou Saint Julien 2014
Chateau Giscours Margaux 2014This Classified Growth in 1855 is the first label of Château Giscours. It is of great finesse and elegance. Delicacy and power are combined in this flask to bring you the elegance expected of a great Margaux wine. The aging potential of this great wine is between 8 and 20 years or even more for the most exceptional vintages.
ChÃ¢teau Doisy Vedrines Sauternes 2014
Château-La-Croix-de-Beaucaillou Saint Julien 2014Most of the vineyards, from the greatest to the more modest ones, now produce a second growth. It is therefore essential to consider the soil's possibilities as well as the quality requirements of the wine owner. Indeed, the quality level of the second wine is directly derived from the first of these elements. Croix Beaucaillou, like a first growth, is therefore submitted to careful selection. Most of the wines coming from the plots of young vineyard as well as the lesser batches will incorporate the third growth which will be sold or... drunk at the chateau. Croix de Beaucaillou is thus subjected to a reasoned blending aimed at producing a wine which will of course reveal its assets earlier than Ducru B but also the characteristics of a great Saint Julien: elegance, finesse and of course its ability to age. It is worth noting that this wine is far superior to the connotation of 'second wine'. It is a great, noble wine, which we are sure will play a prominent role in the Saint-Julien appellation. La Croix de Beaucaillou has been bottled on the property since 1995
Chateau d'Armailhac Pauillac 2014Color: The colour is deep and dense. Nose: The highly refined nose exudes wild blackberry liqueur and cherry aromas, rounded off by subtle notes of liquorice and spice. Taste: The attack shows fine balance and the tannins are well-structured, enfolded in a richly smooth body with jammy fruit flavors. Finish: The finish reveals a wine full of promise, associated with an initial impetus from the fruit which gives it excellent length.