French Wine - Medal Winner - Red-Medium to full bodied
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Château L'Esparrou Cuvée Bisconte 2017
From southern France’s Roussillon region and historic Château L’Esparrou, this special cuvée boasts a coveted Gilbert & Gaillard gold. Judges loved its “pleasant nose accented by dark fruits and spices with a touch of licorice.”
Belle Roche Cabernet Sauvignon 2019
Crafted by a former Haut-Brion talent, this blockbuster Cabernet boasts a long history of acclaim—including “French Wine of the Year” honors and multiple gold medals. Just wait until you taste the luxuriously deep, dark, cassis-loaded 2019 release.
Château Haut Bardin 2018
The Descorps family have crafted top-class wine in Bordeaux for several generations. Showing all the elegance of the excellent 2018 vintage, this release marries Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, and debuted to a gold medal at a prestigious Paris show.
Château Lestours Clocher 2015
Châteauneuf is more famous and commands the highest prices, but savvy fans know neighboring Vacqueyras produces equally fabulous (and more wallet-friendly) reds. This “sexy and deeply perfumed” example from the historic Arnoux clan proves the point.
Vieux Château Guibeau 2016
This acclaimed, Merlot-rich gem (from Bordeaux’s very highly rated 2016 vintage) was lovingly crafted at a small, family-owned estate in the heart of the Right Bank. It’s deeply concentrated and silky, with intense plum and toasty oak – classy stuff.
Château Mouquet 2016
Château Mouquet has been owned by Bruno Baylet’s family for three generations. A classic blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc, his acclaimed Bordeaux Supérieur showcases the superb 2016 vintage and brims with ripe red fruit.
Domaine de Buadelle Minervois 2016
Alexis Metge won Gilbert & Gaillard gold for his wild herb- and berry-packed Grenache blend. Hand harvested from gnarled old vines growing in the shadow of the Montagne Noire range, it’s a crowd-pleasing exclusive you mustn’t miss!
Chateau Lagrange Pomerol 2015
Jancis Robinson, MW says that “Bordeaux lovers will certainly want to have some 2015s in their cellars.” So you’ll have to move quickly to secure your taste – especially with this luxurious, highly acclaimed Pomerol from a very big name ...
Chateau Ramage La Batisse Haut Medoc 2010
Just a short stroll from Château Lafite (average price for their 2010: $1,125 a bottle), Ramage la Batisse has had "an impressive track record for quality for close to 30 years" (Parker). The 2010 has 91 Wine Enthusiast Points and is a great value.
L’Épiphanie de Saint-Émilion 2018
This is our biggest Bordeaux coup ever: an acclaimed Saint-Émilion from the glorious 2018 vintage and the same cellar and vineyards as a Premier Grand Cru Classé ‘A’ estate. We have limited cases, and you’ll never see a price like this again. Hurry.