Cellar/Tasting Notes The colour of the 2011 Clos du Roy is intense. The bouquet is open, reminiscentof wild blackberries,dried prunes and blackcurrent. As the wine matures, musky musky scents will be prominent on the nose. It is quite tannic but also supple.
The Marsannay Clos du Roy will match very well..
Cellar/Tasting Notes This Cabernet Franc hails from the Loire Valley. Its light in body, with a few green herbal notes. This wine has character and a significant amount of acidity.
Cellar/Tasting Notes A dry white wine from the Loire Valley that has a somewhat richer texture from ageing sur lie, without ageing in wood. This Chenin Blanc has a minerally, earthy character as well as a higher than average acidity.
Cellar/Tasting Notes Densely packed for the vintage, with briar, tapenade, maduro tobacco, bittersweet cocoa and crushed blackberry fruit all weaving around muscular tannins. Tangy, mineral-filled finish has latent length.
Cellar/Tasting Notes Bright notes of green apple and citrus oil seem to pop from the glass. Nice minerality and acidity lead to a lingering creamy finish. From shellfish to grilled chicken or just as a great sipper before dinner, drink now and for the next 5 years.
Cellar/Tasting Notes Red fruit and autumnal aromas, mingled with vanilla and a touch of toast. Round and smooth on the palate, it displays a fine balance of flavor and structure. Mevushal.
Cellar/Tasting Notes The exceptional location of Murgers des Dents de Chien makes it the most sought after and desired vineyard in Saint Aubin and rightfully so! The vineyard is situated above the grand crus of Puligny Montrachet and adjacent to the Puligny Montrachet Champgains. A fine and subtle white wine that can..
Cellar/Tasting Notes "A 2010 Moulin-a-Vent Clos de Rochegres originates in the high-elevation site that is by de Castelnau’s account farthest advanced in Chateau des Jacques’s conversion to biodynamic farming, thanks he says to the diligent collaboration of those participating vignerons who are responsible for..
Cellar/Tasting Notes RP: "This terroir is superbly situated between Beausejour Duffau and Beau-Sejour-Becot, with Angelus within shouting distance. Bellevue has been managed by Stephane Derenoncourt and Nicolas Thienpont since 2000, and when St.-Emilion does its next new classification (in 2016), I would not be..