2021 Futures

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Please see below "Futures campaign".

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The campaign "Futures 2020" will stop on 2022 July 31st, in the limit of the available stock.

  • 5426
    Futures 2021 Puisseguin-Saint-Émilion
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    A 4 ha plot selection from Château Rigaud, La Mauriane is not yet another luxurious cuvée on the right bank but a wine built on fine grain tannins where the brilliance and precision of the fruit prevail.

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  • 5427
    Futures 2021 Fronsac
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    Certified organic since 2015 and with a vineyard entirely biodynamic, Château de La Dauphine wishes, beyond its 350 years of history, to set an example of modern viticulture that is concerned about environmental issues.

    Revue du Vin de France :
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    Quarin : 87/100 « Nez intense, au fruité pur. Bouche très fruitée, agréable, de corps et de longueur moyens. »
    Galloni (Vinous) :
    Martin (Vinous) : 91-93/100 « The palate is quite structured, delivering insistent grip, impressive salinity and a very harmonious finish. » 

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  • 5428
    Futures 2021 Lalande de Pomerol
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    80% Merlot, La Chenade is the almost second wine of the Cruzelles. Designed and conceived by Mr. Durantou (Église-Clinet), this is one of the best quality/price ratios on the entire right bank. In confidence!

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  • 5429

    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 2015 and 2016.

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  • 5430
    Futures 2021 Fronsac
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    Beautiful vineyard of 10 ha (90% Merlot) in Fronsac, where the owner, Mrs. Rullier, invests herself without counting. We find his energy in Dalem, with wines, full and assertive but also endowed with a real elegance.

    Revue du Vin de France :
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    Quarin : 90/100 « Délicat en entrée de bouche, très aromatique au milieu et surtout très bien construit, le vin s'étire en finale, agréable et parfumé, sans une once de tannin. C'est très bon. »
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    Martin (Vinous) : 91-93/100 « It fans out generously on the finish. Classy Fronsac. »

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  • 5431
    Futures 2021 Côtes de Castillon
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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.

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  • 5432
    Futures 2021 Fronsac
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    Under the leadership of M. Thunevin (Valandraud), La Vieille Cure presents a more greedy and less square profile than before and reveals itself as one of Fronsac's major properties.

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  • 5433
    Futures 2021 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.

    Revue du Vin de France :
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    Quarin : 89/100 « Nez intense, au fruité mûr et épicé. Caressant à l'attaque, très fruité au milieu, le vin évolue juteux, savoureux et agréable. Bonne longueur sans angle. C'est bon ! »
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    Martin (Vinous) : 85-87/100 « The lightly spiced palate is medium-bodied with chewy tannins, modest depth and a slightly hard finish. »

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  • 5434
    Futures 2021 Lalande de Pomerol
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    Applying the same principles of cultivation and vinification as in Angelus, Hubert de Boüard brought his Château de Lalande de Pomerol to the top of his appellation. Rich and luxuriously aged wines, of incredible charm, with each vintage praised by critics.

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  • 5435
    Futures 2021 Côtes de Castillon
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    Mr Derenoncourt, Bordeaux's most sought-after consultant, is also a producer. Obviously, he (with his wife) applies in his vineyards the methods that have made his success: respect for the terroir and biotope, subtle vinification and maturation, wines of great aromatic precision.

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  • 5436
    Futures 2021 Lalande de Pomerol
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    Mr. Durantou (owner of Église-Clinet who died in 2020) produced only 1500 cases per year of his remarkable Lalande de Pomerol Les Cruzelles. Incomparably superior to the neighbouring Pomerol of the same price.

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  • 5437
    Futures 2021 Côtes de Castillon
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    With 12 hectares cultivated in biodynamic farming, certified since the 2007 vintage, Clos Puy-Arnaud is one of the great Côtes de Castillon wines that have nothing to envy to neighbouring Saint-Émilion.

    "Grand Vin", the uncompromising cuvée that has made the estate's reputation, authentic, straight and deep, classic, spicy and cut out for keeping.

    Bettane & Desseauve : 
    Quarin : 86/100 « Nez moyennement aromatique et fruité. Bouche démarrant fruitée, mais ne prenant pas d'ampleur au milieu. Elle évolue simple en finale et vive. »
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    Martin (Vinous) : 86-88/100 « The 2021 Clos Puy Arnaud has a backward nose of blackberry and cassis fruit, just slightly stilted compared to others. »

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  • 5438
    Futures 2021 Côtes de Castillon
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    Started in 2003, the adventure of Clos Louie is a textbook case: doll's vineyard (2.3 ha) on a beautiful clay-limestone terroir of Castillon, very old vines (150 years old!) mostly Merlot and red tail malbec, careful biodynamic cultivation, double manual sorting during the harvest, little interventionist vinification, gentle maturing in 500-litre demi-muids. A true artist's wine, absent from the guides but that informed amateurs know well.

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  • 5439
    Futures 2021 Graves red
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    Dubourdieu property. Unanimously considered as the best and most distinguished of the red Graves, with a grand cru classé grape variety: 2/3 Cabernet Sauvignon and 1/3 Merlot.

    Revue du Vin de France :
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    Quarin : 89/100 « Délicat en entrée de bouche, très savoureux au milieu, le vin caresse le palais, agréable et très aromatique. La parfum y domine la matière. »
    Galloni (Vinous) : 87-89/100 « The 2021 is a pretty wine that reflects the lighter weight of the year. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 91-93/100 « The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannins, pretty red fruit and a beautifully balanced, cohesive finish. »

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  • 5440
    Futures 2021 Pessac-Léognan red
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    Property awakened in 2011 by the arrival of son Paul Garcin, ex rock musician of the Bordeaux scene. Instant passage to organic farming, artist wines, intuitive, immediately sapid, tasty and with a strong note of pleasure, white as well as red.

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  • 5441
    Futures 2021 Pessac-Léognan red
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    Couhins' clear progress, seen in white wine since 2009, is now being felt in red wine. Here, it is not power that is sought but balance, aromatic delicacy and palatability.

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  • 5442
    Futures 2021 Pessac-Léognan red
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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!

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  • 5443
    Futures 2021 Pessac-Léognan red
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    More famous in the 90s for its whites, Carbonnieux has for the last ten years clearly raised the level of its red wine in power, matter and velvety texture, joining the best vintages of Leognan. With its value for money, unquestionable within Pessac-Léognan.

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  • 5444
    Futures 2021 Pessac-Léognan red
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    Roundness, suppleness and depth of flesh are the hallmarks of the consensual red wines produced in Larrivet Haut-Brion, advised by Mr. Rolland until 2014 and then by Mr. Derenoncourt. No link between Larrivet (in Léognan) and Haut-Brion (in Pessac).

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  • 5445

    The second wine of Haut-Bailly, called La Parde de Haut-Bailly until 2018. In the same style as its big brother, all restraint and finesse, and increasingly charming thanks to an increased proportion of Merlot since 2010.

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  • 5446
    Futures 2021 Pessac-Léognan red
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    Bought in 1988 and then renovated from top to bottom, Malartic-Lagravière is back to the fine, straight and distinguished style that made it successful in the 1950s and 1960s.

    Malartic-Lagravière continues its ascent, from the 2012 Hachette coup de coeur to the 2018 rated 93/100 by the Revue du Vin de France "Intense, reserved, liquorice-like, it retains a momentum that enhances an elegant form with an already suave flesh".

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  • 5447
    Futures 2021 Pessac-Léognan red
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    Mr. Derenoncourt's arrival as a consultant in 2006 has given the Domaine de Chevalier an extra touch of charm and softness, while preserving its distinguished finesse.

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    Galloni (Vinous) : 94-96/100 « Potent and driving, the 2021 dazzles with Cabernet Sauvignon intensity in its aromas, flavors and overall structure. »
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  • 5448

    Second red wine of La Mission Haut-Brion, created in 1991 and greatly improved since 2006 by the addition of the entire vineyard of La Tour Haut-Brion.

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  • 5449
    Futures 2021 Pessac-Léognan red
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    Since 1985, Pape Clément has magnificently combined the bouquet and natural finesse of the Graves with the power of its terroir (comparable to that of the greatest Pauillac wines). It is undoubtedly one of the super seconds on the left bank.

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  • 5450
    Futures 2021 Pessac-Léognan red
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    Practically abandoned in 1993 when Mr. and Mrs. Cathiard bought it, Smith Haut Lafitte is today one of the 10 greatest vintages of the Bordeaux left bank.

    Tasted in February 2020 by the Revue du Vin de France, the 2010 vintage obtained 19/20 "it stands out as a major success, a wine all in intensity but especially in balance".

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    Galloni (Vinous) : 95-97/100 « The 2021 Smith Haut Lafitte is fabulous. »
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  • 5451
    Futures 2021 Pessac-Léognan red
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    Haut-Bailly is 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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    Galloni (Vinous) : 94-96/100 « The aromatics alone are captivating, but there are strong savory inflections from the high percentage of Petit Verdot in this year's blend. »
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  • 5452
    Futures 2021 Pessac-Léognan red
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    Although Les Carmes is adjacent to Haut-Brion and its vines were once part of those of Haut-Brion, the wines produced there are radically different from those of its prestigious neighbour. Due to a particular subsoil with the presence of clay, the vines are mainly Cabernet Franc (42%) and Merlot (40%) and the wines, deep and tasty, have an immediate generosity more typical of the right bank than the left bank. The new team set up following the acquisition in 2010 immediately propelled Les Carmes to the top of the Pessac-Léognan's wines.

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    Galloni (Vinous) : 96-98/100 « I don't think I have ever tasted a young Carmes with this level of precision. [...] The 2021 is a magical wine. That's all there is to it. »
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  • 5453

    Second red wine of Haut-Brion, named as such since 2008 (previously Ch.Bahans Haut-Brion). To underline the stylistic kinship with Haut-Brion, Le Clarence is put in the same very special bottle.

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  • 5454

    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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  • 5455
    Futures 2021 Pessac-Léognan red
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    Haut-Brion is the most famous of all the Bordeaux growths, having twice been classified as 1er grand cru, in 1855 and again in 1959 (Graves classification). Haut-Brion is both the oldest of the Grands Crus, with more than five centuries (since 1509) behind it, and the most innovative, introducing stainless steel vats as early as 1960 and green harvesting as early as 1980.
    Its particular situation within the Bordeaux agglomeration makes it the earliest Premier Cru on the left bank, a clear advantage in less mature vintages. For this reason, Haut-Brion's consistency is a benchmark for the whole of Bordeaux, with the intense bouquet of fresh earth, smoke and pine resin so characteristic of the appellation.
    Fortunately, the unique silhouette of its bottle has disrupted the Asian market and has not triggered the same speculative interest there as it has for the other 1er grands crus classés. Haut-Brion is today without question the most qualitative and the least expensive of the premiers.

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    Galloni (Vinous) : 95-97/100 « The 2021 Haut-Brion is all class, all finesse. »
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