Bordeaux

Bordeaux

"Bordeaux, in the southwest of France, needs little introduction as one of the world's most famous, prestigious and prolific wine regions. Its three trump cards are diversity, quality and quantity.

The majority of Bordeaux wines (nearly 90 percent of production volume) are the dry, medium- and full-bodied red Bordeaux Blends that established its reputation. The finest (and most expensive) of these come from the great châteaux of the Haut-Médoc and the Right Bank appellations Saint-Émilion and Pomerol. The legendary reds are complemented by high-quality white wines, both dry styles (particularly from Pessac-Léognan) and the sweet, botrytized nectars of Sauternes." - Wine Searcher

"Bordeaux is France's most important weapon in the wine war. This large, south-western wine region, ruled by the English for 200 years in the Middle Ages, produces more AC wine than any other. About half of all the wine produced in the sprawling Bordeaux region qualifies for its most lowly appellation, simple AC Bordeaux, whose quality varies from vapid red wine to serious, oak-aged, château-bottled liquids made by quality-conscious individuals exasperated at how little money they can get for a wine made outside Bordeaux's superior appellations. Total production is around 900 million bottles a year, dwarfing all other French wine regions except Languedoc-Roussillon. Red wines outnumber white by about 10 to one.

The produce of most of these appellations' finest wine estates, usually called châteaux, is not only quite exceptionally good and long-lasting, but also available in much larger quantities than other top wines. It is no wonder that the world has heard of Châteaux Lafite, Mouton Rothschild, Latour, Margaux and Haut-Brion, the famous five 'first growths' in the top division of the famous 1855 classification..." - Jancis Robinson

 

Map courtesy: Vins de Bordeaux

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  1. Chateau Ausone St-Emilion 2000 (Minor Damaged Label)

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    100 Points - Robert Parker!

    Variety: Merlot 45% Cabernet franc 55%

    Region: France, Saint Emillion (Premier Grand Cru Classe A)

    $2,450.00

    Low Stock (1 in store)


  2. Chateau Bel Air Lagrave 1995

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    The vineyard of château Bel-Air Lagrave has been a family run estate for over 150 years! Situated in the heart of Médoc in the controlled appellation area of Moulis. 

    $76.50 by the dozen $85.00 per bottle

    Low Stock (11 in store)


  3. Chateau Branaire-Ducru 2016

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    95 Points - Wine Enthusiast!

    $144.00 by the dozen $160.00 per bottle

    Low Stock (2 in store)


  4. Chateau Canon Grand C Classe St Emilion 1982

    Region: France, Bordeaux
    Robert Parker 93-94 Points!
    $695.00

    Low Stock (1 in store)


  5. Chateau Citran 2015

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot

    Region: France, Bordeaux, Haut-Médoc

    $71.10 by the dozen $79.00 per bottle

    Low Stock (23 in store)


  6. Chateau Confidences de Prieure-Lichine 2014

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    Bronze World Decanter Wine Awards!

    Region: France, Bordeaux, Left bank, Margaux

    Varieties: 60% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon

    $76.50 by the dozen $85.00 per bottle

    Low Stock (8 in store)


  7. Chateau d`Yquem Sauternes 2001

    Region: France, Sauternes & Barsac

    Robert Parker 100 points!

    $1,395.00

    Low Stock (1 in store)


  8. Chateau Gloria St Julien 2012

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    Region: France, Bordeaux, St - Julien

    Variety: 63% Cabernet Sauvignon, 27% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc, 5% Petit Verdot. 

    $144.00 by the dozen $160.00 per bottle

    Low Stock (12 in store)


  9. Chateau Haut Brion 1996 (Damaged Label)

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    Jancis Robinson 18.5/20 points!
    Wine Front 96 Points!

     Variety:  Merlot (50%), Cabernet Sauvignon (39%), and Cabernet Franc (11%) .
    Appellation: Pessac Leognan (Left Bank)
    Region: Bordeaux, France

     

     

    $1,750.00

    Low Stock (1 in store)


  10. Chateau Haut-Bailly 2000

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    17.5/ 20 Points - Jancis Robinson
    17.5/ 20 Points - Vinum Wine Magazine!
    92 Points - Wine Spectator!

     

    $202.50 by the dozen $225.00 per bottle

    Low Stock (7 in store)


  11. Chateau Huradin Graves Blanc 2017

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    Stunning value Bordeaux Blanc. Try this example, the original home of the SBS blend!

    $21.60 by the dozen $24.00 per bottle

    Low Stock (18 in store)


  12. Chateau La Tour de By 2016

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    Region: France, Bordeaux, Medoc

    Variety: 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot.

    $58.50 by the dozen $65.00 per bottle

    Low Stock (9 in store)


  13. Chateau Lafite Rothschild 2000

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    Robert Parker 98-100 Points!
    'This is utterly fascinating stuff.' - Robert Parker!
    Jancis Robinson 19.5/20 Points!
    Vinous Media 96 Points!


    Variety:  93.3% Cabernet Sauvignon and 6.7% Merlot
    Appellation: Pauillac (Left Bank)
    Region: Bordeaux, France

     

     

    $2,750.00

    Low Stock (1 in store)


  14. Chateau Lagrange 1995

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    Variety:  Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot 
    Appellation: Saint-Julien (Left Bank)
    Region: Bordeaux, France

     

     

    $195.00

    Low Stock (1 in store)


  15. Chateau Latour 2000

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    97 Points - Robert Parker!

    $2,350.00

    Low Stock (1 in store)


  16. Chateau Leoville Las Cases 2003

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    Wine Spectator 97 Points!
    Robert Parker 96 Points!

    Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon (70.2%), Merlot (17.2%), and Cabernet Franc (12.6%)
    Appellation: St Julien (Left Bank)
    Region: Bordeaux, France

     

     

    $425.00

    Low Stock (3 in store)


  17. Chateau Margaux 2000

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    99 Points - Robert Parker!

    "a brilliant wine that flirts with perfection" - Robert Parker

    $2,950.00

    Low Stock (1 in store)


  18. Chateau Margaux 1995

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    "This is a thrilling Margaux" - Robert Parker

    $1,350.00

    Low Stock (1 in store)


  19. Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2000

    Region: France, Bordeaux
    Robert Parker 97 points!
    $2,750.00

    Low Stock (1 in store)


  20. Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1998

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    96 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate!

    $995.00

    Low Stock (1 in store)


  21. Chateau Pavie Aromes de Pavie Grand Cru Classe 2010

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    Pavie was promoted to the top echelon of St-Émilion in 2012, becoming a Premier Grand Cru Classé A...

    $135.00 by the dozen $150.00 per bottle

    Low Stock (3 in store)


  22. Chateau Pavie-Decesse 2010

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    Robert Parker 96 Points!
    Wine Spectator 96 Points!
    James Suckling 96 Points!


    Variety:  Merlot (90%) and Cabernet Franc (10%) 
    Appellation: St Emilion (Right Bank)
    Region: Bordeaux, France

     

     

    $495.00

    Low Stock (1 in store)


  23. Chateau Penin Tradition Bordeaux Superieur 2015

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    Variety:  Merlot (90%) and Cabernet Franc (10%).
    Appellation: Bordeaux Superieur AC 
    Region: Bordeaux, France

     

     

    $27.00 by the dozen $30.00 per bottle

    Low Stock (4 in store)


  24. Chateau Pibran Pauillac 2014

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    James Suckling 92 Points!

    Variety:  Merlot (70%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (30%)
    Appellation: Pauillac (Left Bank)
    Region: Bordeaux, France

     

     

    $94.50 by the dozen $105.00 per bottle

    Low Stock (5 in store)


  25. Chateau Pichon Longueville Baron 2010

    Region: France, Bordeaux

    Robert Parker 97+ Points!
    Tim Atkin MW 96 Points!
    Jancis Robinson 18/20 Points!

    Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon (79%) and Merlot (21%) 
    Appellation: Pauillac (Left Bank)
    Region: Bordeaux, France

     

     

    $475.00

    Low Stock (1 in store)


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