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  • Chablis “L’Eglantière” – 2002 – Domaine Jean Durup

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    The Durup family, winegrowers from father to son, have been cultivating the vine in Chablis for several centuries.
    Jean Durup reconstituted the Château de Maligny vineyard for which his great-grandfather, Paul Gally, was the last person responsible in the last century (XIX).
    The properties of the Durup family have the highest percentage of well exposed coasts, with stony ground and very steep slopes, the greatest guarantees of the exceptional quality of the wines.
    Jean Durup’s Domaine de l’Eglantière is well known in France.
    The various wines of Chablis marketed with the prestigious “l’Eglantière” labels all come from the only grape variety used in Chablis: Chardonnay, a source of excellent wines, rich in aromas and finesse, of a beautiful golden yellow.

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    Bourgogne – 2006 – Domaine Chanson Pere et Fils

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    This domaine purchased by Maison Bollinger in 1999 has a wine estate of about 70 hectares scattered in the best areas called Premier Cru of Burgundy. This burgundy is produced from vineyards located in the Cote de Nuits and from Pinot Noir grapes only. This 2006 has a ruby red color with violet reflections, the olfactory bouquet that reaches the nose is composed of aromas of currant and blueberries, spices and licorice. The taste is evolved, soft with strong fruity hints that make it crunchy and satisfying with a long and fresh finish.

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    Chateau Bonnet – 2005 – Bordeaux

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    Blend with 65% Merlot and 35% Cabenet Sauvignon this wine is grown in the municipality of Langon on Quaternary alluvial terraces of the Garonne with a gravelly-clayey terroir. Nose of red fruit, mixed with vanilla and wood. Round and elegant palate with very soft tannins.

  • Chateau D’Arsac – 1996 – Margaux

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    The Margaux appellation is certainly one of the most prestigious in the Bordeaux vineyard. Margaux is located on the right bank of the Garonne and benefits from a very particular terroir, which includes six levels of gravel, another feature that makes it unique in the Medoc. the mixture is a mixture of gravel, pebbles, clay and sand. Chateau d’Arsac has a high composition of Cabernet Sauvignon which gives us structure, power and wonderful aromas of black fruits, with a lower percentage of Merlot. The wine is generous, elegant, powerful and very aromatic.

  • Chateau Braude Fellonneau – 2003 – Medoc

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    The Haut Medoc area is located just south of the more famous AOC Medoc. the 2003 vintage is considered by many to be one of the worst years ever due to a heat wave that caused many grapes to wither. From our point of view, this judgment was a bit hasty for many young wines that were not supported by adequate bottle aging. Beautiful blend with 49% Cabernet Sauvignon, 46% Merlot and 5% divided between Merlot and Petit Verdot. Its vineyards extend over predominantly gravelly and clayey-limestone soils. Very intense ruby red wine on the palate it is sweet with notes of spices and vanilla, cinnamon and ginger and an aftertaste of fig

  • Chateau Toumailn Saint Cric – 1994 – Canon Fronsac

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    Canon-Frosac is an appellation extended over an area of ​​280 hectares of vineyards, located at the confluence of the Isle and the Dordogne. We find ourselves near Saint Emilion with an exceptional terroir that owes its typicality to the molasse du Fronsadais, limestone and clay-limestone soils located on plateaus and hills while at the foot of the slopes they are clayey-siliceous in nature. Blend made up of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot which gives the predominant imprint, this grape is also the most cultivated in the area, accounting for 80% of the variety assortment. The 1994 vintage was very good until a few days before the harvest, where the ripe grapes were bathed by copious rains. This wine is generous, evolved with a tannin softened by time. On the nose you can perceive the strawberry and notable notes of spices with a hint of truffle. In the mouth it is round, fine with a beautiful structure, it reveals an elegance and a richness that only Merlot in certain areas can express.

  • Tutiac – 1996 – Bordeaux

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    The name Tutiac is due to the chapel that presides over all the vineyards of this cooperative which was founded in 1974 and is today the first producer in Bordeaux, grouping 450 winemakers who bring their ancestral method with the best modern techniques. The Tutiac area is recognized as one of the most dynamic in the Bordeaux area. The winemakers have been able to adapt to the needs of the market and have come together to become a great reality by always placing people at the center of each project. Each of them has a practically intimate knowledge of each plot that allows them to work it in the best way. In each bottle you will have a wonderful expression of terroir and grape variety.

  • Chateau Lorman – 2000 – Bordeaux

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    The meaning of Bordeaux is “close to water” and this is due to the geographical influence of the Atlantic Ocean and the two navigable rivers, Garonne and Gironde. This Bordeaux produced in Saint Martin de Sescas in the Gironde department deeply feels this influence of the river being on the right bank of the Garonne. It is a red wine of not too much structure with good tannin and a skilful blend of the region’s main grape varieties.

  • Chateau Maine-Bonnet – 2004 – Graves

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    Blend with 65% Merlot and 35% Cabenet Sauvignon this wine is grown in the municipality of Langon on Quaternary alluvial terraces of the Garonne with a gravelly-clayey terroir. Nose of red fruit, mixed with vanilla and wood. Round and elegant palate with very soft tannins.

  • Silice Quincy – 2003 – Jacques Salle

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    Jacques Sallé offers this excellent Sauvignon blanc from the Loire in a biodynamic version on a plot of 4.5 hectares. Jacques Sallé is much better known as a journalist, he collaborated for Larousse and then founded his own wine magazine called “Vintage”. This wine has an excellent drinkability and the time it is spending in the bottle benefits its evolution. Excellent bottle, very prestigious for what it represents in the world of natural wines and the limited availability on the market.

  • Les Baux de Provence – 2001 – Domaine Milan

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    Domaine Milan is located in Provence, Henrie Milan, a former lawyer, inherited the vineyard from his father Robert in 1986 and the domaine did not yet have a precise identity. Henrie immediately understands that the way forward is biodynamics both in the vineyard and in the cellar and since 1996 she has been converting everything. 17 hectares of vineyards in an area with exposure to the Mediterranean Sea with an optimal climatic situation, a marly soil on limestone debris. This Triple A is produced with Granache Noir, Sirah and Mourvedre (native Spanish and southern French grape). Short passage in barriques. Complex, original wine with great harmony, the son of a great vigneron.

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    Vosne Romanèe – 1985 – Domaine Alfred Martin

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    Vosne-Romanée is the ambassador, par excellence, of Pinot Noir. The vineyard develops on gentle slopes at a height between 235 meters and 350 meters. It is part of the 6 Grands Crus in the 160 hectares that the whole world knows. The vineyards of Vosne Romanée unfold in the central bundle of the hill overlooking the village on a soil of calcareous origin. These wines symbolize elegance dominating for softness and supported by fairly discreet tannins and a little marked acidity. Juicy wines with a nice final persistence, developing notes of cherry, strawberry and undergrowth.