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Château Cos d'Estournel 2016 (Saint-Estèphe)

97 Decanter, 18 Jancis Robinson, 97-98 James Suckling, 96-98 Wine Enthusiast, 98-100 Neal Martin

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$395.00
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Chateau Figeac 2016 (St Emilion)

98 Decanter, 19 Jancis Robinson, 96-97 James Suckling, 95-98 Wine Spectator, 97-99 Wine Enthusiast, 98-100 Neal Martin

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$460.00
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Château Haut-Bailly 2015 (Pessac-Léognan)
The 2015 Haut Bailly is a blend of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 36% Merlot and 4% Petit Verdot (Véronique Sanders told me that the latter was planted three years ago.) My sample included 80% new oak, but there will be 50% in the final blend. Deep in color, the bouquet is very intense with multilayered blackberry, blueberry, crème de cassis and subtle black olive aromas, introverted at first but soon racing out of the blocks with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with ripe, quite firm tannin. This is an Haut-Bailly with real backbone, real sense of purpose. It could have tipped over into being overpowering due to that intense Merlot, but the acidity keeps everything in check and the finish demonstrates wonderful tension. In particular, the aftertaste is incredibly long in the mouth. This Haut Bailly is up there with the 2009 and 2010 - a bravura Pessac-Léognan destined for long-term ageing. Do yourself (and the wine) a favor and cellar it for 12 years, drinking the 2012 or 2013 before reaching for this. Rating: 95-97 Points; Date Tasted: Apr 2016; Drink: 2027-2065; Neal Martin; Robert Parker The Wine Advocate
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$280.00
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Chateau Labegorce Margaux 2009
2009 Château Labégorce, Margaux 

"Bright red-ruby.  Aromas of roasted plum, currant, blackberry and tar are lifted by a floral top-note and complicated by a whiff of leather.  Sweet, silky and densely packed, with impressive thickness of texture leavened by good inner-mouth energy and florality.  Fine-grained and very nicely delineated.  Finishes long and ripely tannic, with lingering flavors of crushed blackberry, plum, chocolate and minerals.  As of this vintage, Labégorce now includes the vines from Labégorce Zédé; new proprietor Hubert Perrodo re-unified these two properties in late 2005, shortly before his death in a skiing accident in late 2006.” 90 points, Steve Tanzers International Wine Cellar

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$96.00
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Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1er cru classe, Pauillac 2018

Lafite is one of the greatest wines of Bordeaux. It was one of the four Chateaux originally classed as "First Growths" in 1855 and has been owned by the Rothschild dynasty since 1868. The vineyards are situated in the Northern sector of Pauillac near to Saint Estèphe. Recent changes in mamagement have seen the arrival of Jean-Guillaume Prats - who previously ran Cos d'Estournel so well - and then managed the overseas wine interests of the giant LVMH group. Quality seems to be back to the highest level under wine-maker Eric Kohler who took over in 2015. Eric believes that the 2018 here is in the category of the 2010 and 2016 with a touch of 2009 about it. The yield was 40 hl/ha and the blend is 91% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8.5% Merlot with a pinch of Petit Verdot.

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$1,454.00
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Château Lafon Rochet 2000 (Saint-Estèphe)
92 points Neal Martin "A very dense, quite opulent plum-scented nose with briary, blueberry, a touch of hoi sin and macerated cherries. Good lift and definition. Full-bodied, rich, dense black fruits with thick chewy tannins. Dense structure, great weight and persistency with a succulent blackberry finish. Still very primal with a long future ahead. Superb. Drink 2012-2025
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$220.00
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Château Lafon Rochet 2005 (Saint-Estèphe)
90 Points Robert Parker  : Dense ruby/purple and still youthful and exuberant, with oodles of cassis and incense, the 2005 Lafon-Rochet is medium to full-bodied, with ripe tannin and a long finish. Just becoming approachable, this wine should continue to drink well for another 10-15 years. Drink 2015-2030.
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$192.00
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Chateau Lafon Rochet 2009 (Saint-Estèphe)
91/93 Points Robert Parker  Perhaps the finest Lafon Rochet ever made, the purity, freshness, and sweet, rich, blueberry and boysenberry fruit and hint of pen ink that are found in this opaque purple-colored wine are impressive. Massive in the mouth, with freshness, delineation, and sweet tannin, it is a major sleeper of the vintage that should last for 25+ years. (Tasted two times.) Drink 2010-2035.
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$176.00
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