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  1. Rustenberg John X Merriman 2013

    Rustenberg John X Merriman 2013

    €22.95

    Intense blackberry, blackcurrant, undertones of mint, spice and cigar box on the nose. On the palate are plenty of blackcurrant and cassis, fresh mint, subtle oak and soft tannins. Learn More
  2. Meerlust 'Rubicon' Red

    Meerlust 'Rubicon' Red

    €42.95

    Very deep, youthful colour, intense almost purple hue. Very classic Rubicon nose with violets, ripe plum, cedar wood and intense spiciness. Still very young but brooding, promising further maturation potential. The palate is full bodied, structured but packed with fresh dark fruit and rounded, linear tannins. Learn More
  3. Chateau Gloria 2011

    Chateau Gloria 2011

    €89.95

    Wine Spectator 90 Points

    Mouthfilling, offering a fleshy, briary feel to the plum sauce, steeped currant and blackberry notes, with extra anise, tar and fruitcake details pumping through the finish. Lacks a little refinement in terms of structure, but this offers solid range and depth. Best from 2016 through 2024. Tasted twice, with consistent notes Learn More
  4. Chateau Lynch Bages, Pauillac 2012

    Chateau Lynch Bages, Pauillac 2012

    €165.00

    DECANTER
    17.5/20 Points

    JANCIS
    16.5/20 Points

    PARKER
    87-89/100 Points

    Wine Spectator
    91-94/100 Points


    DECANTER - Rich dense colour, big meaty wine with good florality as well as rich fruit, a big wine, very ripe for this vintage.
    Steven Spurrier, Decanter, April 2013

    JANCIS - Blackish purple. Lots of minerals on the nose. Tight and taut and almost painfully tart but there is energy here certainly!
    Jancis Robinson MW, jancisrobinson.com, April 24 2013

    PARKER - Some of Lynch Bages's tell-tale cedary, black currant, earth and spice characteristics are present in the 2012's moderately intense bouquet. This wine exhibits good purity, a healthy dark ruby/purple color and medium body. There is a slight deficiency in the mid-palate, but it recovers sufficiently and offers up a decent finish that tails off ever so slightly. This good to excellent wine could use more fat and charm in the mid-section. Cellar it for a couple of years and drink it over the following 12-14 years.
    Robert Parker - Wine Advocate - Apr 2013

    Wine Spectator - Pure and racy, delivering a core of violet, cassis and cherry, well-framed by a sleek, iron-coated structure. Features a long, taut, focused finish. Shows the austerity of the vintage, but this remains long and pure, with fine cut.
    James Molesworth, Wine Spectator, April 8 2013

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  5. Leoville Las Cases 2010

    Leoville Las Cases 2010

    €395.00

    The 2010 is a quintessentially elegant, classic wine of Bordeaux – firm, rigid, perhaps slightly lighter than most of the other St.-Juliens, but stylish, potentially complex, and reminiscent of the style of the 1986, but more concentrated and powerful. It is a blend of 82% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot and 8% Cabernet Franc. Learn More

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