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Try Bordeaux - Walk Around Tasting.

Try Bordeaux - Walk Around Tasting.

Thursday 21st September 7pm - 9pm

So with fine wines seemingly going up every time you blink, its hard to say Bordeaux and value in the same sentence. That said of late we have found more and more wines that are just that. We focus on less well known areas or properties owned by significant or prestigious Chateau where you know they will be able to over deliver. So yes pound for pound we think Bordeaux comfortably sits alongside any region in the world and produces text book wines with clear defined regionality. We wanted to show a dozen of our current favourites from Bordeaux in an old fashioned walk around tasting.

Tickets are £25 per person but are fully refundable on any orders of six bottles or more.

On show will be:

Chateau de Fontenille Bordeaux Blanc `Les Survivantes` 2020 – Semillon heavy white from very old vineyards.

Chateau Tour de Luchey, Bordeaux 2020 - This 25ha Château, situated in Moulon, to the south of St Emilion.

Chateau la Tanesse, Bordeaux Superieur Cadillac Côtes de Bordeaux 2016 – Nestled among Langoiran's sloping vineyards and overlooking it’s medieval 13th-century castle.

Chateau de Fontenille Cadillac Cotes de Bordeaux 2020 - Dates back to 13th century and neighbouring Abbaye de la Sauve-Majeure, whose monks tended the vines for hundreds of years.

Les Hauts de Perganson Saint-Laurent-Médoc 2019 - on the border of Pauillac and Saint-Julien, next to the vineyards of Château Latour.

Chateau Paveil de Luze, Cru Bourgeois, Margaux 2018 - Set up by the de Luze in 1862 and has spanned seven generations so far.

Goulée by Cos d’Estournel Saint-Estephe 2016 – Third wine of Cos d’Estournel.

Château Mauvesin Barton Moulis en Medoc 2016 – was bought by Leoville Barton in 2011.

Chateau de Francs, Cotes des Francs 2018 – co-owned by Domanique Hebrard (old owner Cheval Blanc) and Hubert de Bouard (owner of Chateau Angelus).

Château Relais de la Poste Cuvée Malbec Côtes de Bourg 2017 – 100% Malbec from Côtes de Bourg.

Chateau Siaurac, Lalande de Pomerol 2018 – was owned by Artémis Domaines (Château Latour) at this time.

By Clinet, Pomerol 2018 – Third wine of legendary Pomerol Château Clinet

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