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  • Chateau Carbonnieux – 2000 – Graves

    Label: Perfect
    Caps: Perfect
    Livello: High Fill
    Color: Perfect

    From the Pessac-Lèognan appellation, on almost 50 hectares, this great Bordeaux is born, which in addition to the classic Bordeaux vines, has a small percentage of Petit Verdot, which gives a ruby ​​red / violet color surrounded by garnet reflections. The nose has evolved, the fruit has become in alcohol, the flower is dry but full, the spice is mastering. A soft tannin smoothed by evolution is persuasive and enveloping.

  • 5L Chateau Franquet Grand Poujeaux – 1982 – Moulis

    Label: Stained
    Caps: Demaged
    Livello: Base of neck
    Color: Perfect

    This Bordeaux comes from the Moulis area. Cabernet franc, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon and a long aging in cask make these wines suitable for long aging.

  • 1,5L Chateau Grimont – 2000 – St Emilion

    Label: Stained
    Caps: Perfect
    Livello: Into neck
    Color: Perfect

    The area of St Emiolion have always been a guarantee of longevity for these wines built on a blend of international grape varieties such as Cabernet and Merlot, in which the Bordeaux region has expressed the best organoleptic characteristics since the beginning.

  • Chateau L’Arrosee – 1986 – St Emilion

    Label: Perfect
    Caps: Perfect
    Livello: High Fill
    Color: Perfect

    In Saint Emilion, this mythical wine is made from Merlot and Cabernet grapes, which takes its name from the spring of the same name located underground next to the Chateau. In just under 10 hectares, of clayey and calcareous soil, this wine has a garnet red color. Hints of leather and licorice accompany a cooked and ripe red fruit. The tannin is full and enveloping.

  • Chateau De Fieuzal – 1983 – Graves

    Label: Perfect
    Caps: Perfect
    Livello: Upper-shoulder
    Color: Perfect

    In Pessac-Lèognan, in Graves, this legendary wine is produced from Merlot and Cabernet grapes. The intense ruby ​​red color, accompanied by orange reflections, together with evolved hints of fruit, flowers and spices, denotes a great evolution over time. The tannin is soft and delicate, almost velvety, aided by a good minerality this wine is preparing for long refinements.

  • Chateau Grand Barrail – 1981 – St Emilion

    Label: Damaged
    Caps: Perfect
    Livello: Base of neck
    Color: Perfect

    This wine produced by Chateau Grand Barrail has an intense ruby ​​red color with strong garnet notes. The toasted and vanilla notes of the wood accompany important and well-developed tertiary hints such as licorice and bitter cocoa. Berries such as blackberry and cooked raspberry lead you to a balanced and pleasant taste. The tannin is broad, soft and enveloping together with a good acidity.

  • Chateau Canon la Gaffeliere – 1987 – St Emilion

    Label: Perfect
    Caps: Perfect
    Livello: Base of neck
    Color: Perfect

    From organic culture in Saint Emilion, this great Grand Cru wine is born. Produced with equal parts of Merlot and Cabernet, it has an intense ruby ​​red color. Light garnet reflections accompany intense hints of evolved fruit and sweet spice on the nose. The tannin is soft but firm.

  • Chateau La Tour Carnet – 2012 – Haut Medoc

    Label: Perfect
    Caps: Perfect
    Livello: High Fill
    Color: Perfect

    This wine produced in the Haut Medoc has a garnet color with light orange reflections. Hints of ripe fruit and dried rose travel “step by step” with licorice and clove. In the mouth it is intense and persuasive, with a soft and enveloping tannin.

  • Chateau Lynch Moussas – 2012 – Pauillac

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    Caps: Perfect
    Livello: High Fill
    Color: Perfect

    This wine produced in Paulliac on silica and gravel soils. After about a year and a half in small barrels, the Merlot and Cabernet used have an intense red color. The nose is intriguing and complex: red flowers and berries together with vanilla and leather. The tannin is disruptive and very pleasant.

  • Chateau La Tour Blanche – 1999 – Sauternes

    Label: Perfect
    Caps: Perfect
    Livello: High Fill
    Color: Perfect

    This magnificent sweet wine, produced with Uni Blanc and Colombard grapes, aided by a noble rot that affects the grape before harvest, has a golden yellow color with amber reflections. Hints of yellow fruit in alcohol and syrup, candied ginger and snapdragon flower, prepare a very sweet, savory taste with good acidity.

  • Chateau Margaux – 1959 – Margaux

    Label : Stained
    Caps: Stained
    Level: Upper Shoulder
    Color: Perfect

  • Chateau Duhart Milion – 1962 – Pauillac

    Label: Damaged
    Caps: Perfect
    Level: Base of Neck
    Color: Perfect