Cabernet Sauvignon

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Following the superb 2009 vintage, came 2010 to rival it…Both 2009 and 2010 had great amounts of alcohol, tannins and colour. The big difference between the vintages is in the acid levels. Indeed, thanks to the cool nights and generally lower temperatures, 2010 had much higher levels of acidity. In ... more
BN#428562

Price:$232.99

 750ml

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The colour is so deep that the wine seems almost black like hearth stone. The nose has an astounding intensity. This wine cannot deny its heritage as one finds absolutely all the complexity that characterizes Haut-Brion: the traces of smoke, cigars, and roasted coffee beans. Fresh fruit is also discernable: ... more
BN#179254

Price:$1,550.00

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A deep bouquet of dark fruit and liquorice. The palate is full-bodied and surprisingly expressive, but then becomes tighter, expressing power and exuberance. The youth of this Lafite does not hide its energy, but the distinctive elegance and complexity are already there!he beginning of the growth cycle was a tricky ... more
BN#403005

Price:$2,100.00

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The vineyard of Cos spreads around the château on 173 acres and is split into 30 parcels of land. Sixty percent of the vines are Cabernet Sauvignon and are planted on the thin layers of gravely soil situated on the top and on the southern slopes of the hill. The ... more
BN#468217

Price:$349.99

 750ml

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Known for its complexity and balance, Dominus demonstrates the potential of a wine produced on exceptional terroir. Structured, seamless and perfectly integrated, Dominus is an elegant wine that improves with age. more
BN#456165

Price:$205.00

 750ml

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Price:$104.99

 375ml

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Dark youthful purple color. Nose of berries, cassis, brown spice - expresses crushingly rich, homemade, rustic yet supple characters. Flavors have nuance of ripe Cabernet grapes, cocoa, dark chocolate, vanilla and cassis. The abundant array of flavors is supported by a fine grain "chalky" texture. Released October 2012. more
BN#472261

Price:$374.99

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Deep color. An intense, delicate, subtle and complex nose. Very neat and regular on the palate upon attack leading to volume and a nicely round structure. Highly powerful, great length, dense and purely elegant. more
BN#179031

Price:$2,400.00

 750ml

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The quality of Château Lafite Rothschild needs no introduction. As early as 1815, Abraham Lawton had already designated it as leader: "I ranked it as being the most elegant and delicate, with the finest body of the three (leading wines)" he qualified in 1855. As to Château Lafite traits shared ... more
BN#203762

Price:$1,299.00

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Very deep garnet-black colour with a purple rim. Though still very youthful and muted, this vintage is already subtly revealing a wide array of aromas including blackberry tart, cedar, violets, truffles, liquorice and all spice. In the mouth however this is no shrinking violet - the '04 is a big, ... more
BN#231727

Price:$1,500.00

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Its intense color stems from a deep violet. The nose begins very discreetly. Then evolve, one by one, a plethora of different aromas. At the head of the troop comes raspberry followed by other flavors such as blackberry, Havana cigar, then roasted coffee and, to finish off, a very pleasant ... more
BN#239001

Price:$490.00

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