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France - Southern Rhône
France - Champagne
Château Phélan-Ségur 2011
Château Phélan-Ségur was founded in the 18th century and is run today by the Delon family. On the nose, the wine is intense with notes of ripe red berries, vanilla bean, chocolate and coffee. The palate has a silky feel with voluptuous tannins and a long, precise finish.
1 x 75cl
France - Burgundy
St. Véran Domaine Les Valanges 2016
This domaine was created in 1980 in the commune of Davayé and Michel Piquet has expanded it over the past 27 years to 11 hectares, 8 of which are entitled to the St. Véran appellation. The wine has a complex bouquet of fruit (peach and pear) , white flowers, almond and honey, accompanied by mineral overtoneson the palate.

1 x 75cl
Pol Roger Cuvée Sir Winston Churchill 2004
Sir Winston Churchill, a close family friend, is forever linked with the Pol Roger name. The exact blend of this champagne is a closely guarded secret, but it reflects Sir Winston's spirit. The wine has a lot of substance while still being approachable and extremely refreshing with notes of citrus, stone fruit and white flowers.
1 x 75cl
BOS Grand Cru Mailly
Made for BBR by Mailly's 70 growers, this wine is made up of 75% Pinot Noir and 25% Chardonnay and has all the marks of a Grand Cru, with brioche andflowers on the nose and an elegant palate that marries notes of lemon grass, gingerbread and honeysucke. The wine combines structure and finesse and reverberates with a real Grand Cru crescendo on the finish.
1 x 75cl
Mâcon Milly-Lamartine Domaine Les Héretiers du Comte Lafon 2016
In September 1999, the famous Lafon family of Meursault bought a domaine in the wine region of the Maconnais in Milly Maritine and named it Les Héretiers du Comte Lafon. The wine has supple, round and attractively textured flavours with a touch of minerality on the dry finish where a hint of grapefruit arises.
1 x 75cl
Bourgogne Pinot Noir Domaine Coche-Bizouard 2016
This family-run domaine, based in Meursault, was created in 1940 by Julien Coche and is mainly know for its white wines. The wine has notes of black cherries, flowers and pepper on the nose, while the palate offers strawberries and raspberries with a little vanilla and some spice. The wine is refreshing, well-rounded and smooth.
1 x 75cl
Gigondas La Bastide St. Vincent 2015
La Bastide St. Vincent is a family-owned wine domaine with 17th century origins. Laurent Daniel farms the famous trio: Grenache, Mourvedre and Syrah. The wine has abundant sweet notes, mixed with spring flowers and distinctive minerality. It is round, medium-bodied and elegant with a lingering finish.
1 x 75cl
Château Branaire Ducru 2011
The estate was established in 1680 by Jean-Baptise Braneyre and he understood how special the terroir was. The bouquet shows intense focus and on the palate there is great precision, with a tightly-knit core of sweet, ripe berry fruit. The wine has a silky texture and real concentration and the tannins are abundant but fine.
1 x 75cl
Château Lagrange 2011
The property is located in the west of St. Julien and with an altitude of 24 meters, the domain marks the highest point in St. Julien. The nose offers notes of black cherries, cassis and plum. The tannins are big and broad but with the vintage's hallmark acidity they support the fruit and carry it through to to a balanced finish.
1 x 75cl
Château Talbot 2011
The domaine has a rich history and was bought by the Corbier family in 1918. This beautiful wine has notes of graphite, licorice and sweet black cherries on the nose. It has a smooth texture, mature tannins and nice acidity that lead to a finish that combines the darkness of the vintage with the frshness of great Cabernet.
1 x 75cl
Château Cantermerle 2013
Cantemerle has a rich history that is also marked by difficult times. After 144 years, it has returned to the same vineyard size it had at the time of the 1855 classification. This vintage has produced tasty wines that are ready to drink despite their youth. The wine has a fresh and clean character with a bouquet of cinnamon, blackberry, fig and wood.
1 x 75cl
Château Lynch-Bages 2006
Lynch-Bages' wine history began in 1728 and was bought by Jean-Charles Cazes on the eve of the Second World War. The nose offers ans interactive play between deep buttery black fruits and and a cool minty Cabernet character. The wine has good structure, a muscualr personality and a full-bodied finish.
1 x 75cl
Château Angludet 2009
The estate's history most likely started in 17th century. In 1961, it was bought by the Sichel family and they  currently still own it. Petit Verdot shines here in 2009. There are notes of black licorice both on the nose and the palate. This is an intense, mouthcoating winewith precise tannins, superb concentration and a long finish.
1 x 75cl
Château Malescot St. Exupéry 2009
Simon Malescot bought the estate in 1697 and Jean-Baptiste Exupéry took over in 1853 and added his name to the Château  . It was bought by the Zugar family in 1955 and they expanded the estate. The nose offers notes of blackberry, plum andsome vanilla and mocha. THe wine has harmonious tannins and a sumptous style.
1 x 75cl
Alter Ego de Palmer (Château Palmer)  2009
Charles Palmer fell under the spell of Bordeaux and bought the estate in 1814. Alter Ego gratifies the desire to indulge without delay. This is a spontaneous and uninhibited wine. Its lush aromas and and supple tannins make this is wine that can be appreciated in its first years after bottling. A very impressive wine with a long finish.
1 x 75cl
Château La Garde 2013
Dourthe acquired Château La Garde in 1990, totally seduced by the exceptional quality of the terroir. Luscious ripe redfruit aromas combine on the bouquet with spicy and smokey notes that are typical of Péssac-Léognan. The ripe fruit brings well-balanced character to the palate underpinned by rounded tannins and a lasting finish.
1 x 75cl
Château La Garde 2013
When Pierre Dourthe opened his wine merchant business in Bordeaux, he was most likely unaware that his name would be associated with great wines throughout the world. The typical Sauvignon bouquet combines citrus fruit aromas and mineral character that extend onto the palate all the way through to the long finish.
1 x 75cl
Château Grand Mayne 2005
The Laveau family can be traced back to 1865 in the history of Grand Mayne. The estate went through several owners until it was acquired by Jean Nony in 1934. The wine is spicy from the tannins and wood, the fruit is densely black with red berry tinges and the power is evident throughout.
1 x 75cl
France - Loire
Chinon Rouge Domaine de la Semellerie 2017
The estate was founded in 1964 by Jean Claude Delalande and taken over by his son Fabrice in 1990. The ripe and fesh fruit on the nose blend with flower, exotic spices, locrice and graphite. The palate is voluptious and well built around soft tannins with notes of wild berries, wet leather, minced ginger and menthol.
1 x 75cl
France - Bordeaux