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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.

Because we have only one planet, Maison Dubecq only uses cardboard or wood packaging to prepare shipments (neither polystyrene nor thermoformable plastic).

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"5 fruits per day: chardonnay, grenache, syrah, pinot and cabernet.."

"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
2021

These offers "Fall-Winter 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 April 2020, except in case of depletion of our stocks.

 

  • 4849
    2019 Bordeaux dry white
    • Dry white
    121,00 € ex VAT 145,00 € ex VAT wooden case of 6 bottles 75cl
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    Known for its red wine, Château Rollan de By also owns 2 ha of alluvial sands on the Gironde estuary, which were planted with Sauvignon Blanc some 30 years ago with the intention of producing a great Medoc white wine.

    The owner, Mr. Guyon, decided to apply to the letter the traditional practices for the elaboration of a neat white wine, in the vineyard (high density of 6500 vines per hectare, 100% grassing, manual harvest in crates...) as well as in the cellar (no fining, no filtration, the wine is only clarified by successive rackings, maturing in French oak barrels...).

    But he has also integrated the qualitative precepts of today's oenology: short pre-fermentation maceration, low temperature vinification, stirring of the lees, minimal sulfiting...

    In a way, the best of both worlds (ancient and modern) are combined to best express the temperate oceanic climate of the northern tip of the Médoc, ideal for white wines: optimal sunshine, mild temperatures without excess, regular rainfall.

    Its 2019 vintage is exciting, with a combination of minty freshness and saline minerality, on a full, creamy and deep palate. The richness that envelops the texture of this wine is reminiscent of Meursault, perhaps that's why it's bottled in a Burgundy bottle?

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2021-2027
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  • 4850
    de 2011 à 2016 Côtes de Castillon
    • Red
    76,67 € ex VAT 91,67 € ex VAT 6 bottles 75cl
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    In 2008, Denis Durantou acquired this Château for which he fell in love at first sight. A splendid 12 hectare clay-limestone vineyard on the first line of the Dordogne hillside, Montlandrie is in Castillon (which it directly overlooks) the equivalent of Ausone in Saint-Émilion.

    As in his other properties (L'Église-Clinet, Les Cruzelles, La Chenade...), Denis Durantou used all his know-how and perfectionism to produce a fresh and floral wine, with a crisp and juicy fruitiness. Few Bordeaux wines are as deserving of the term "vibrant wine" as Montlandrie.

    The late Denis Durantou, who passed away too soon in 2020, has given us the full extent of his immense talent and his philosophy of purity and elegance. We propose you to discover the first 6 vintages of Montlandrie, from 2011 to 2016, 6 wines reflecting without artifice the character and the typicity of each year.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2015-2032
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  • 4852
    2015 Pessac-Léognan red
    • Red
    176,00 € ex VAT 200,00 € ex VAT wooden case of 6 bottles 75cl
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    In both large and small years, Latour-Martillac produces each time a remarkably distinctive and balanced wine, the sure value of the appellation. The same regularity being displayed in its prices, Latour-Martillac has become a priority choice in Pessac-Léognan, in red as in white!

    « The nose opens with pleasant and ripe fruit notes. The mouth also offers this charm, with well-melted tannins and a good persistence. » Rated 16,5/20, Coup de Coeur.

    La Revue du Vin de France – 2019 Guide

    « Medium to deep garnet-purple in color, the 2015 Latour-Martillac has a spicy nose of cinnamon stick, cloves and anise with a core of red and black cherries and a hint of fragrant earth. The palate is medium-bodied, with plenty of juicy fruit and a firm frame of fine-grained tannins with hints of freshness on the finish. » Rated 93/100.

    The Wine Advocate – February 2018

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2023-2032
    Potential alcohol:
    14%
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  • 4851
    2017 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    512,00 € ex VAT 590,00 € ex VAT wooden case of 6 bottles 75cl
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    In 2012, Haut-Brion bought and combined two grands crus classés (Tertre-Dauguay and L'Arrosée) on the slopes of Saint-Émilion (Côte Ausone), and put a foot in the right bank, called Quintus because it is their fifth property (after Haut-Brion, La Mission HB, Laville HB and Latour HB).

    Their first objective is to make fine, long wines, focusing on freshness and delicacy rather than power or density, more typical of the left bank than the right bank.

    Second objective: to shine in the next Saint-Emilion classifications (its immediate neighbours are Ausone, Belair-Monange, Angélus and Canon, all 1st classified grands crus).

    2017 vintage rated 94/100 by Antonio Galloni "Rich and dense on the palate, Quintus is a bold, hedonistically opulent Saint-Émilion in 2017. Soaring Franc overtones play off the Merlot nicely, adding both aromatic presence and a real feeling of saline intensity that comes through, especially on the finish". (March 2020)

    2017 vintage rated 94/100 by Jean-Marc Quarin "Caressant à l’attaque, le vin devient gras au milieu, ample, puis très fruité. Il se développe savoureux, sur un toucher noble, tout en évoluant puissant, avec beaucoup de présence et un éclat fruité sophistiqué". (Oct. 2020)

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2023-2033
    Potential alcohol:
    14.5%
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