|Réserve D’Angludet, Château D’Angludet, 2011, Margaux, Bordeaux - 75.00The Legendary Peter Sichel spent forty years driving up the quality of this estate, classically styled Bordeaux showing fleshy and warm notes on the palate. Smooth with balanced oak and a fine finish.|
|Gevrey-Chambertin, Domaine Perrot-Minot, 2011, Côte d’Or, Burgundy, France - 92.60Minimal oak allows the red fruit and exotic spices to shine through.|
|Châteauneuf-du-Pape Boisrenard, 2013, Beaurenard, Rhone Valley, France - 82.50From the oldest vines on the Beaurenard Estate comes this dense, inky, hugely concentrated mouthful of blackberry fruit. Fresher than so many luxury cuvées.|
|Réserve de la Comtesse, Château Pichon, 2006, Pauillac, Bordeaux - 85.00Classic Pauillac blackcurrant and cedar, but the big dash of Merlot in this wine makes it approachable at a young age.|
|Costasera Amarone della Valpolicella, Masi, 2012, Veneto, Italy - 83.00Bright and intense on the nose with aromas of preserved cherries and dried plums together with hints of fruits of the forest and cinnamon. Good weight from the alcohol and structured on the palate, opening out to attractive aromas of cherries and vanilla. Long, velvety finish.|
|Ridge Geyserville Zinfandel, Sanoma County, 2014, California, USA - 89.95This wine is fermented entirely by native yeasts, creating a true representation of the vineyard’s character, which offers inky blackberry, blueberry, plum and cedar, with a superb structure.|
|Gernot Langes, Bodega Norton, Luján de Cuyo, 2010, Mendoza, Argentina - 98.00Norton’s flagship wine is a selection of their very best vineyard parcels of Malbec, Cab. Sauv and Cab. Franc. It shows great depth on the nose, with dark, brooding aromas of toast, mocha and rich black fruit. The palate is dense and opulent, with impressive concentration of fruit and yet a deftly woven structure, leading to spicy complexity on the finish.|
|Tignanello, Marchese Antinori, Tuscany, Italy, 2014 - 125.00The original super Tuscan, with a drop of French style (in the form of 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and high quality oak) adding polish to the Tuscan tradition and the meaty Sangiovese.|
|Cabernet Sauvignon, Joseph Phelps, 2013, Napa Valley, California, USA - 110.00A cooler year in Napa gives a more elegant wine, with complex layers of chocolate and spice balancing out the luxurious Californian ripeness.|
|Nuits-Saint-Georges Vielle Vignes, 2012, Alain Michelot, Côte d’Or, Burgundy - 115.00Sleek, aromatic burgundy with the typical blackberry and spice character of Nuits. Full in the mouth yet beautifully poised, this wine shows the depth and precision that come from old vines.|
|Château Kirwan, Margaux, Bordeaux, 2012 - 125.00One of the best loved third growths in the Médoc, originally owned by Sir John Collingwood it has been under the stewardship of the Schyler family since 1925. A classic medium-bodied Margaux, showing good aromatic depth of red fruit and smoke with a fresh and succulent palate.|
|Sancerre, La Croix Du Roy, Lucien Crochet, Loire Valley 2016 - 57.45Notes of citrus fruits, blossom, peach and pear on the nose. Nice pure entry, fruity and crisp on the palate. Good length and classic mineral flavours.|
|Meursault 1er Cru Les Perrieres, Michel Bouzereau Cote d’Or, Burgundy 2012 - 92.00The wine has a pure, pale colour with an impressive nose of grand quality, the detail still to come; heady perhaps, but lively rather than heavy. It is very intense with pear notes arriving at the back of the palate|
|Cervaro della Sala, Marchesi Antinori, Umbria 2015 - 64.90Fantastically well balanced Chardonnay from Umbria – halfway between Florence and Rome|
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