Collection: Bordeaux

50 products
  • Domaine Sylvie Cazes Folie de Chauvin Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
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    The history of Château Chauvin began in 1852 during the division of the great stronghold of Corbin, giving birth to multiple properties, including Chauvin which was then acquired by Jean Fourcaud-Laussac. The latter, who had just offered what would become the Cheval Blanc castle, did considerable work on both areas.
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  • Chateau Promis Entre Deux Mers Bordeaux Blanc
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    Entre Deux Mers, translating to Between Two Seas, the vineyard site of this refreshing Sauvignon Blanc driven white Bordeaux lies 25 kilometers to the east of Bordeaux proper, situated between the Garrone and Dordogne rivers.

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  • Chateau Larrivet Haut-Brion Pessac-Leognan Library Edition
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    World renowned oenologist and cellar master, Michel Rolland, helped consult on this project.

    2010 vintage.

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  • La Croix Bonis Saint Estephe Bordeaux Rouge
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    Intimately linked to Château Phélan Ségur, La Croix Bonis comes from selected parcels at the property. Uncharacteristic of Left Bank Bordeaux, this wine is made principally from Merlot.

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  • Chateau La Grange Clinet Cotes De Bordeaux Rouge 1.5L
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    An approachable and everyday-drinking Bordeaux with soft tannins and plummy fruit notes of cherry and potpourri.

    But in magnum format!

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  • Chateau Mauvesin Barton
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    Château Mauvesin was originally built as a real fort with towers, machicolations and arrow slits. The estate was first acquired by Jean de Foix Grailly in 1457. At the end of the fifteenth century it became the property of the Rivière family and was to remain so for many years. During the French Revolution of 1789, the domaine was seized and became National Property. It was only in 1792 that it was sold to Luc Clarcke de Dromantin, a lawyer who was in fact purchasing on behalf of the Le Blanc de Mauvesin family. In 1853, the last Marquis of Mauvesin, Lodoïs Le Blanc de Mauvesin, commissioned the construction of the Château as we know it today.

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  • Chateau de Francs Les Cerisier Cotes de Bordeaux
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    Originally a military stronghold under English rule from 115 to 1453, when it was won back by the French during the Battle of Castillon.

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  • Chateau Le Bon Pasteur Pomerol
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    Château Le Bon Pasteur is a small Pomerol property that has been run by guru oenologist Michel Rolland and his wife Dany since 1978.
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  • Chateau du Mayne Graves
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    Bordering Sauternes, the Cérons appellation, an enclave in the Graves area, was created in 1936 and is part of the first AOC officially recognized in the Bordeaux region.

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  • Marquis de Calon Saint-Estephe
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    "There are places from which emanate a special poetry and magic. Properties in which nature and the work of a man have so shaped the landscape that time there seems to stand still. As if it was inviting the visitor to make the most of the tranquillity and beauty of the place. Calon Segur, whose winegrowing history dates back to the 12th century, is most certainly one of those places.

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