2019 Futures

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Please see below "Futures campaign".

The logo "bio" indicates the wine in organic culture in official under reserve of certification after bottling.

The campaign "Futures 2019" will stop on 2021 July 31st, in the limit of the available stock.

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In the category « Long keeping », we gather all the wines of the vintage 2017 that will have, according to us, an ageing potential of at least 20 years (even if they will reach their peak before). This category is thus intended for the (very) patient ones with a great cellar, or for those who will have something to celebrate in 20 years (or more).

The ability to age well is the preserve of the finest wines, but more affordable wines can also have a great ageing potential due to their excellent vineyards, the grapes varieties used or to the winemaker’s will. The ageing varies as well depending on the temperature of the cellar (the colder the cellar is, the slower the wine will age) and the bottle’s size (wines in large containers like magnums will age slower and longer than wines in bottles).

  • 3964
    Futures 2019 Pessac-Leognan white
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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.

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  • 3968
    Futures 2019 Barsac
    • Sweet white
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    Doisy-Daëne is never the sweetest wine in its sector, but it always has an unparalleled aromatic expression and refinement. A pure Barsac, brilliantly orchestrated by Denis Dubourdieu (deceased in 2016).

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    Quarin : 92/100 « Nez intense, fin, fruité, très pur, complexe et légèrement citronné. Délicat à l'attaque et de suite suave, presque solaire, le vin évolue particulièrement savoureux et fondant, avec un très bel éclat général. C'est incrachable, avec de la classe dans le toucher et les arômes. Grande longueur. Du beau travail. »
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  • 3969

    Administered by the Rothschilds (Mouton) since 1996, Coutet has joined the leading pack of the biggest Sauternes after Yquem. Like Climens, it is a true Barsac, pure and remarkably subtle, but with a more marked liquor. Since 2005, Coutet has been in great shape! Rated 19/20 by the Revue du Vin de France in 2017 and 19.5/20 in 2016.

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  • 3970

    In the commune of Preignac, Suduiraut offers a wine that reflects its geographical position: halfway between Sauternes and Barsac. The latest vintages are dazzling in terms of contained power and aromatic distinction. Double coup for the 2016 and 2017 vintages in the Revue du Vin de France, respectively rated 19/20 "masterful" and 19.5/20 "remarkable".

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  • 3982
    Futures 2019 Fronsac
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    Selection of the best parcels of Château de Carles (10 ha out of the 20 ha of the estate), certainly the finest and most ambitious wine of Fronsac, making since 2000 equal game with the best classified growths of the slopes of Saint-Émilion.

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    Futures 2019 Pessac-Léognan red
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    The most delicate of the Graves wines with a particularly silky tannic structure. The Revue du Vin de France noted 16/20 on 2004 (to be tasted again in 2014) "round, very open, full and dense fruit, unspeakable ageing" and 18/20 on 2017 "all the refinement of the cru is found in this bottle of admirable definition and very fine balance".

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  • 4003

    In a denser and more opulent register than Haut-Brion, La Mission is a potential premier cru. Exceptional 2010 rated 19.5/20 by the Revue du Vin de France "A monumental wine, even superior in terms of balance to the spectacular 2009" and formidable 2017 rated 96/100 by M. Galloni (Vinous) "Effortless, graceful and wonderfully nuanced, this 2017 has simply everything for him. What a wine!".

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  • 4004
    Futures 2019 Pessac-Léognan red
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    Always a reference for Graves, with this intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin characteristic of the appellation. Its location in the Bordeaux urban area makes it the earliest first growth on the left bank, a clear advantage in vintages of freshness.

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  • 4019
    Futures 2019 Haut-médoc
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    We no longer present Sociando-Mallet, which should be in a good place in the cellar of any wine lover, as the quality and above all the regularity of its last thirty vintages are so impressive. Without wishing to underestimate the hard work of the late Mr Gautreau since 1969, it must be said that the terroir, against the Gironde on a gravelly ridge comparable to that of Montrose, is indeed that of a Grand Cru Classé. Unavoidable 2016, the greatest wine of Sociando-Mallet since 1996.

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  • 4033

    In organic conversion from 2013, Durfort-Vivens was one of the very first classified growths in the Médoc to claim and display organic certification from 2016. M. Bettane is one of its most fervent defenders: "the quality/price ratio remains absolutely unique at this level of quality of terroir and work", noting 17.5-18/20 on 2015 "great brilliant length, ultra racy volume, energy".

    See the presentation film of the Ch. DURFORT-VIVENS

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