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The prices indicated are inclusive of tax and carriage paid (mainland France) from 48 bottles.
For less than 48 bottles, the contribution to carriage costs (mainland France) is 24.00 €.
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All bottles, all names and all formats combined, can be mixed even by unit, freely and free of charge.

Even if they have exceptional ageing potential, we recommend tasting Sauternes from their earliest youth.
They do not have tannic astringency and their aromatic complexity is therefore fabulous!

All bottles, all names and all formats combined, can be mixed even by unit, freely and free of charge.

The apogee dates are given for information only. They can vary according to your taste and the average temperature of your cellar.

Bottle corked? See the end of the "General Terms and Conditions" section for the procedure to follow in this case.

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"To know the origin and quality of a wine, there's no need to drink the whole barrel." Oscar Wilde (Moderation Advice)

"Good wine is too expensive and bad wine is too bad." Jack Rollan

"A glass of wine is good for your health. The rest of the bottle is good for mental health!"

Catalog Spring-Summer
2020

These offers "Spring-Summer 2020" are designed to help you discover a producer, a vintage, a new wine or a confirmed value, accompanied by an attractive price. They will remain valid until 15th October 2020, except in case of depletion of our stocks.

 

  • 3949
    2016 Fronsac
    • Red
    102,00 € ex VAT 120,00 € ex VAT 6 bottles 75cl
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    In the same family since 1609 (!), Moulin Haut-Laroque offers a disciplined Fronsac: ripe and rich without excess, softened by the sweetness of its Merlot (65%) and by a judicious breeding. A sure value of the appellation.

    Remarkable success in 2016.

    "Moulin Haut-Laroque 2016 is a magnificent, fleshy wine that has great appeal in the short to medium term. Black cherry, blackberry, roasted herbs, leather and chocolate are combined in this succulent and voluptuous Fronsac. The 2016 is fabulous. Don't miss it." Rated 90/100.

    Antonio Galloni (vinous.com) - January 2019

     

    "Moulin Haut-Laroque 2016 exhibits an intense yet well-defined bouquet of red cherries and raspberries, with hints of black currants appearing upon aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannins, pure blackberry and currant notes, and a refined, caressing finish. Delicious!" Rated 91/100.

    Neal Martin (vinous.com) - January 2019

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2022-2032
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  • 3725
    2016 Pessac-Leognan white
    • Dry white
    203,00 € ex VAT 235,00 € ex VAT 3 bottles 75cl
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    In white, Domaine de Chevalier offers a model unique among its peers, made of tension, vivacity and energy. Its mineral side and its capacity for ageing (30 years and more) bring it closer to the greatest Burgundy whites.

    A perfect match between the lively natural acidity of the vintage and the roundness of the 2016 vintage.

    "A bottle that stands out as the best of the appellation, with a sumptuous definition, notes of fruit, tea and flowers that linger for a long time and give it great potential." Rated 18/20, best score of the tasting (Haut-Brion, second best score with 16.5/20).

    La Revue du Vin de France - September 2019

     

    "Domaine de Chevalier Blanc 2016 has a clean, precise bouquet with a fine mineral vein that becomes more pronounced with aeration. The palate is well-balanced and harmonious, with a good touch of acidity, real richness and a penetrating, slightly peppery finish. Superb." Rated 94/100.

    Neal Martin (vinous.com) - January 2019

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2036
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  • 3726
    2017 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    193,00 € ex VAT 235,00 € ex VAT wooden case of 6 bottles 75cl
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    Bellefont-Belcier, grand cru classé au magnifique terroir couvrant la partie Est de la Côte Pavie, entre Larcis-Ducasse et Le Tertre Rôteboeuf, est la dernière acquisition (2016) de M. Kwok à Saint-Émilion.

    Sous la conduite de Michel Rolland et son équipe, son premier millésime 2017 est déjà un coup de maître, signalé comme tel par M. Bettane « Le nouveau propriétaire a voulu marquer une forme de rupture avec une sélection parcellaire plus poussée et une vinification plus douce. Une première réussie ! ».

    Under the guidance of Michel Rolland and his team, his first vintage 2017 is already a masterstroke.

    « Le nouveau propriétaire a voulu marquer une forme de rupture avec une sélection parcellaire plus poussée et une vinification plus douce. De ce fait il n’y aura que 30000 bouteilles en 2017. Ce millésime se compose de 30% de cabernet franc et 70% de merlot. Le tannin se montre généreux avec un bel élan crayeux à partir du milieu de bouche. Une première réussie ! » Rated 16/20 by Bettane & Desseauve – Mai 2018

    « Délicat à l'attaque, parfumé de suite après, fondant et savoureux, minutieux dans son toucher, le vin s'étire en finale, agréable et long. Ensemble très joli. Ici, le millésime favorise une tannicité plus douce. » Rated 16/20 by Jean-Marc Quarin – Avril 2018

    « The palate builds on the promise it showed from barrel, fleshy with gentle grip, lightly spiced with a touch of black pepper towards the finish. There is good potential here, although I would afford it five or six years in bottle. » Rated 92/100 after bottling by Neal Martin - Février 2020

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2021-2032
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  • 3948
    2017 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    440,00 € ex VAT 500,00 € ex VAT wooden case of 6 bottles 75cl
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    Bought out in 2017 by the reinsurer SCOR, a page is turned in Troplong-Mondot, a formidable terroir in Saint-Emilion. Up to and including 2016, these are the richest in extract and most generous wines of the appellation, made by Christine Valette and her husband, under the aegis of Michel Rolland.

    A radical break in style from the 2017 vintage: armed with the power of its terroir, the Château now aims, under the leadership of Aymeric de Gironde (former director of Cos d'Estournel), to produce more harmonious wines, combining elegant precision with their natural aromatic richness.

    "Troplong-Mondot 2017 is stunning, just as it was at the start. Rich and full-bodied, but also endowed with radiant energy, 2017 is the first vintage made by the new director, Aymeric de Gironde [previously at Pichon-Baron and Cos d'Estournel] and winemaker Thomas Duclos. This 2017 appeals to all the senses and never falters. All the typical power of this terroir is obvious, it seems to come so naturally and yet, by harvesting earlier and making the wine more gently in the cellar, we have obtained a Troplong of uncommon energy and vitality. This 2017 was nothing less than exciting the 4 times I tasted it in the bottle. What a wine! " Rated 98+/100, the second best score of the 2017 vintage, only edged out by Ch. Lafleur.

    Antonio Galloni (vinous.com) - March 2020


    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2024-2035
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  • 3724
    2019 Jurançon sec
    • Dry white
    • Certified organic wine
    77,50 € ex VAT 92,50 € ex VAT 6 bottles 75cl
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    After a degree in chemistry, Maxime Salharang chose, somewhat by chance, to go into oenology. He trained in several great Bordeaux châteaux (Smith Haut-Lafitte, Carbonnieux) and was introduced to biodynamics at the Domaine de Souch in Jurançon, before going into his own vineyards at Clos Larrouyat (3 ha) with his wife Lucie. The full eastern exposure and the unique specificity of the subsoil (clay and pebbles rolled on a strip of Trias) give his wines a delicate freshness, intensity, minerality and length rare for the appellation. The work and thoughtful application of the Salharang couple convince us that Clos Larrouyat is a future great of the appellation.

    "Météore" is a blend of 30% gros manseng and 70% petit manseng, aged for 6 months in non-new barrels. Fresh and delicate, lively and intense, with a marked saline touch on the finish.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2020-2027
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