2021 Futures

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

  • 5548
    Futures 2021 Pomerol
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    The most flamboyant, sensual and extroverted Pomerol ever, under the direction of Michel Rolland. But also one of the rarest (800 cases per year).

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  • 5549
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    A talented and perfectionist winemaker, Denis Durantou, at the service of a great terroir on the edge of the church of Pomerol between Lafleur and Clinet. L'Église-Clinet is one of the most subtle Pomerols in terms of its aromatic precision, fine grain and satiny texture. Mr. Durantou passed away far too soon in 2020, but fortunately he has three daughters who are united and determined to continue their father's work.

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    Galloni (Vinous) : 94-96/100 « The 2021 L'Eglise-Clinet is a spherical, sensual Pomerol of uncommon depth and intensity. »
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  • 5550
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    Like Pétrus, Le Pin is 100% Merlot. But if Pétrus has adopted a more classic style in recent years, Le Pin remains a hedonistic wine, often exuberant, sometimes even exotic. And unlike Pétrus, Le Pin is much rarer (500 cases per year).

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  • 5551

    A small vineyard of 8 ha of old vines (70% Merlot), now owned by Clos Fourtet. Superb wine, balanced and fruity and tasty, for a very modest price, which rightly became a grand cru classé in 2012. Totally agree with La Revue du Vin de France "The best quality/price ratio in Saint-Émilion".

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    Quarin : 88/100 « Nez moyennement intense, au fruité mûr. Bouche tout en douceur, savoureuse et à peine tannique dans la persistance. Longueur moyenne. »
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  • 5552
    Futures 2021 Saint-Émilion
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    Small vineyard of 8.8 ha north-east of Saint-Émilion, property Garcin (Clos l'Église, Barde-Haut) since 2013. Their aim is not to produce yet another "competition animal" but a generously fruity, delicious, creamy, easily and quickly accessible Saint-Émilion.

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  • 5553
    Futures 2021 Saint-Émilion
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    Fombrauge, the largest vineyard in Saint-Émilion with 57 hectares, has been offering since its purchase by Mr. Magrez (1997) structured wines that do not deny their terroir, full, gourmet and devilishly seductive thanks to a luxurious maturing process.

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    Quarin : 87/100 « Nez moyennement aromatique, fruité, qui merlote. Bouche fruitée, tendre, évoluant légèrement boisée dans la persistance. »
    Galloni (Vinous) : 91-93/100 « The 2021 Fombrauge is a bright, punchy wine. [...] a decidedly supple Fombrauge built on a core of red-fleshed fruit and bright acids, with less overt richness and oak intensity than in the past. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 86-88/100 « Like the aromatics, I feel that the palate is pushed to compensate for the shortcomings of the growing season, and while it has presence, it is missing complexity and delineation »

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  • 5554
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    This 17-hectare vineyard, located in the extension of Troplong-Mondot, forms a magnificent south-facing amphitheater. Under the guidance of Hélène Garcin (Poésia, Clos l'Église) and her husband Patrice Lévêque, Ch. Barde-Haut offers vintage after vintage intense, rich and opulent wines, without ever falling into the trap of over-ripeness.

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    Quarin : 92/100 «  Nez très aromatique, au fruité pur et subtil. Velouté en entrée de bouche, très savoureux au milieu, avec un corps fondant, le vin évolue riche en saveurs, sur une longue finale nuancée et agréable. »
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  • 5555
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    The terraces of Moulin Saint-Georges (7 ha) face those of Ausone (same owner). For the quality of its terroir and the refined style of its wines, Moulin Saint-Georges is a grand cru classé in power.

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  • 5556

    With today 11 ha, the vineyard of Valandraud allows Mr. Thunevin to tighten his selections for the great wine and his second, Virginie de Valandraud (there is a 3rd, Clos Badon, and even a 4th wine!). Rich in colour, always delicious with an elegant tannic structure, Virginie de Valandraud makes those who think that second wines have no soul lie.

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  • 5557
    Futures 2021 Saint-Émilion
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    As well maintained as Canon-La Gaffelière (same owner), under the direction of Mr. Derenoncourt, Clos de l'Oratoire offers practically the same fullness and intensity for half the price.

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  • 5558

    Second wine of Quintus, in a finely extracted, mellow and melting style.

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  • 5559
    Futures 2021 Saint-Émilion
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    The amateur looking for fine and easily digestible classified great wines should be interested in Fonroque. In organic cultivation since 2006 and biodynamic cultivation since 2008, Fonroque offers an original vision of the terroir of the Saint-Émilion plateau, made of freshness, elegance, controlled and melting power. Alain Moueix, its owner, clearly shows the way forward for the future of the great wines of Bordeaux, all shores combined.

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    Quarin : 91/100 « Délicat en entrée de bouche, puis très savoureux au milieu, avec un joli toucher et un corps juteux, le vin parfume le palais. Il s'achève sèveux, sur une bonne longueur à la tannicité minutieuse. »
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  • 5560
    Futures 2021 Saint-Émilion
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    An oenologist by training, Ms. Papon-Nouvel owns two tiny properties at the bottom of Saint-Émilion near Canon-La Gaffelière: Petit Gravet Aîné (2.4 ha) and Clos Saint-Julien (1.3 ha), where the vines are mainly old cabernets francs. From the vine to the cellar, she manages all the stages in the production of her wines on her own and, whatever the vintage, her talent as an instinctive winemaker gives wines of natural elegance and exemplary sweetness.

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  • 5561

    A tiny cru of one and a half hectares adjacent to Clos Fourtet, which came into the Cuvelier family in 2013 and has been vinified by the technical team of Clos Fourtet since 2018. Without losing any of their silky roundness and flattering fruitiness (100% Merlot), the wines have gained in purity and length in recent vintages. They now faithfully reflect their terroir, with the underlying limestone giving the wines minerality and distinction.

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  • 5562
    Futures 2021 Saint-Émilion
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    Mrs Papon-Nouvel's other grand cru (with Petit Gravet Aîné). Same organic culture, same sensitivity, same style, with extra flesh and depth. Great wine!

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    Quarin : 92/100 « Nuance très chic de gelée de mûres. Délicatement charnu en entrée de bouche, parfumé au milieu, avec une pointe de truffe, très bien construit, le vin caresse le palais, tout en nuances parfumées. C'est très bon. »
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    From 2005, La Dominique, prestigious terroir adjacent to Cheval-Blanc, L'Évangile and La Conseillante, returns in great shape. His velvety and sensual style places him halfway between Saint-Émilion and Pomerol.

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    Quarin : 91/100 « Bouche au corps caressant, avec de la présence et un joli goût de fruits mûrs tout le long du palais. »
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  • 5564

    A brilliant success since 2015 for this great terroir just below Ausone: aromatic precision, superlative but harmonious depth, a big bravo to Mr. Mallet (owner) and Mr. Derenoncourt (advisor).

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    Galloni (Vinous) : 95-97/100 « The 2021 La Gaffelière is a wine of extraordinary finesse and class. »
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  • 5565

    Owned by Mr. Neipperg (Clos de l'Oratoire, La Mondotte, d'Aiguilhe) at the foot of the hill Ausone.

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    Quarin : 88/100 « Nez intense, au fruité mûr. Bouche facile et tendre, aimable »
    Galloni (Vinous) : 94-96/100 « Aromatic and expressive, with no hard edges, the 2021 impresses with its balance and overall harmony. [...] It's is such a sensual wine. »
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  • 5566

    Immediate neighbour of Pavia, Larcis-Ducasse was logically promoted to 1st Grand Cru Classé in 2012 due to its full south-facing hillside exposure and the brilliant work of the Thienpont-Derenoncourt tandem.

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  • 5567

    An ultra-refined great wine, with a mineral tension that is out of the ordinary in Bordeaux, the fruit of the great terroir of the Côte Pavie, but also of the complicity of Mr Nicolas Thienpont and Mr Stéphane Derenoncourt since 1994.

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  • 5568
    Futures 2021 Saint-Émilion
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    Rocheyron is the result of a friendly and professional partnership between Sylvio Denz (Faugères and Lafaurie-Peyraguey) and Peter Sisseck (Pingus). Since 2010, they have been investing in this small 8-hectare vineyard, located entirely on the asteriated limestone plateau characteristic of Saint-Émilion: tilling the soil, conversion to organic farming (certified in 2020), gentle vinification at low temperatures... Rocheyron is constantly progressing, and each year offers wines with an unequalled tannic softness.

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  • 5569

    Second wine of Angelus.

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    Quarin : 92/100 « Nez très aromatique, fruité, subtil et délicat. Le vin brille par son très beau toucher, un éclat inédit et un caractère juteux, complet et gourmand. De la noblesse. »
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  • 5570
    Futures 2021 Saint-Émilion
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    Become a first grand cru classé in 2012, just reward for 20 years of effort by Mr. Neipperg (Canon-La Gaffelière, Clos de l'Oratoire) on this small vineyard of 4.5 ha adjoining Troplong-Mondot. A very large Saint-Émilion, fleshy, intense and penetrating, but with a confidential production.

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  • 5571

    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.

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    Galloni (Vinous) : 95-97/100 « The 2021 Troplong Mondot is shockingly raw and untamed, but in the very best sense of those terms. »
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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).

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  • 5573
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    Advised by Mr. Derenoncourt, Clos Fourtet regularly and unobtrusively demonstrates that the upper part of the Saint-Émilion plateau can produce wines as great as the Ausone or Pavie hillsides. Sobriety, depth, finesse and intensity are exemplary.

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    Quarin : 94/100 « Délicat en entrée de bouche et immédiatement doué d'un toucher minutieux et raffiné, le vin évolue savoureux, tendre, légèrement velouté, vers une finale sèveuse dans laquelle revient un brin de vivacité. »
    Galloni (Vinous) : 94-96/100 « The 2021 Clos Fourtet is very clearly one of the wines of the vintage on the Right Bank. »
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  • 5574
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    Purchased in 1996 by the Chanel group (also in Rauzan-Ségla), Canon required a complete restoration, both of the vines and the cellar/vat room tool. Since 2008, Canon has fully justified its status as a 1er grand cru classé, with brilliant, distinguished wines that draw their energy from the Cabernets francs at the top of the limestone plateau. A worthy neighbour of Ausone!

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    Quarin : 95/100 « Caressant à l'attaque, très fruité en milieu de bouche, avec un joli goût de fruits et de fleurs, le vin tient en finale, savoureux, fondant, long, avec une minutie tactile fascinante dans le déroulé. »
    Galloni (Vinous) : 95-97/100 « Dramatic, rich and imposing, the 2021 Canon is shaping up to be one of the wines of the vintage. »
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  • 5575

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  • 5576

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    Quarin : 95/100 « Très belle évolution complexe dans le verre sur une dominante de framboise. Minutieux en entrée de bouche, particulièrement savoureux au milieu, délicat et éclatant dans ses saveurs, le vin s'étire en finale, savoureux, suave et fin. C'est superbe ! »
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  • 5577
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    The wines of Figeac display unparalleled naturalness, freshness and distinction. Without losing any of its finesse and balance, Figeac is currently working hard to reach the highest level of Angelus and Pavie in the future classification (in 2022?).

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