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Guigal Cotes-du-Rhone Rouge 2014 (6 x 750mL), France.

Full with a long finish and plenty of elegance and finesse due to the well balanced tannins and fruit.Balance between scarcely perceptible acidity and tannins which add ageing potential and softened by long ageing in oak

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Alliance Loire Rosé D’Anjou 2015 (12 x 750mL), Loire, France.

Named after the French word for inhabitants of the Loire Valley, this crisp, medium-sweet wine has a light caramel touch over crushed strawberry fruits. It is ready to drink.

$16.99
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Barons de Rothschild Lafite `Aussieres` Rouge 2015 (6 x 750mL), France.

Average rating 3.7 out of 5 stars
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Lot No: 0009-2460761

Aussières Rouge combines the elegance of Cabernet Sauvignon with the power and character of Syrah, two star grape varieties of the Bordeaux and Mediterranean regions.60 % Cabernet Sauvignon 40 % Syrah (244730-2)

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Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Villages 2016 (12 x 750mL), France.

AOC: BEAUJOLAIS VILLAGES

Beaujolais-Villages takes its name from the 38 wine-making villages in the Beaujolais production area. This delicious red wine marks a sort of transition between "plain" Beaujolais with a spontaneous character and the ten prestigious "crus" further north. More than any other, it is a wine that is enjoyed in happy homes.

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Barons de Rothschild Lafite `Aussieres` Rouge 2015 (6 x 750mL), France.

Average rating 3.7 out of 5 stars
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Lot No: 0001-2460316

Aussières Rouge combines the elegance of Cabernet Sauvignon with the power and character of Syrah, two star grape varieties of the Bordeaux and Mediterranean regions.60 % Cabernet Sauvignon 40 % Syrah (244730-2)

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Chateau Mouton-Rothschild 1996 (1 x 750mL), Pauillac, Bordeaux, France.

Lot No: 0062-2460753

Appellation: Pauillac A.C., Haut Médoc, Bordeaux. First Growth of 1855 classification

A First Growth, it benefits from exceptionally favourable natural conditions, both in the quality of the soil and in the situation of its vines and their exposure to the sun.Seductive on the palate, it has compact, well-balanced tannins in a nicely rounded structure enhanced by rich and complex flavours of blackcurrant liqueur, with powerful mineral notes. (249474-1)

$484

Fourrey et Fils Cote De Lechet 1996 (2 x 750ml), Burgundy, France.

Lot No: 0063-2460753

Domaine Fourrey et Fils is a family estate of 20 hectares with 18 in production in the heart of Chablisian. (249671-24)

$12
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$24
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Chateau Leoville-Las Cases 1978 (1 x 750mL), St-Julien, Bordeaux, France.

Lot No: 0017-2460753

St-Julien A.C. 2eme Cru Classé

Château Léoville Las Cases is one of the largest and oldest classified growths in the Médoc. It is the largest of the 3 Léoville properties and now without doubt the leading estate in St-Julien.Léoville Las Cases's 97 hectares of vineyards are superbly sited on gravelly-clay soils with the largest plot being surrounded by a stone wall and stretching between the village of St-Julien and Château Latour. The wine is a Cabernet Sauvignon dominated blend (65%), and is matured in oak barriques (70-80% new) for 18 months. (249671-57)

$29

Chateau Talbot 1967 (1 x 750mL), St-Julien, Bordeaux, France.

Lot No: 0008-2460753

‘For many, Talbot embodies the ideal Saint Julien, a generous bouquet, extremely stable and dependable during aging,’ emphasize Bettane and Desseauve in their Guide to French Wines.It’s true. A champion of longevity, even when young Talbot is pleasant and rounded, ever distinguished by silky, mild and very civilized tannins. Talbot possesses an extraverted nature. It’s never withdrawn into itself, and has the courtesy of being in a good mood every day. It’s a racy wine, with complex marks of Havana and licorice, classically delicious without ever the slightest hint of austerity. (249671-108)

$9

Chateau Gruaud Larose 1976 (2 x 750mL), St-Julien, Bordeaux.

Lot No: 0020-2460753

St-Julien A.C., 2èmes Cru Classe

Over nearly 300 years, Gruaud Larose has produced some iconic wines made of finesse when young and of elegance after a long aging and always with an underlying powerful structure. In that sense, every vintage reminds us that Gruaud is the soil, the tannins and the terroir, and Larose is poetry, aromas and bouquet. (249671-26)

$4.50
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Chateau Margaux 1978 (1 x 750mL), Margaux, Bordeaux, France.

Lot No: 0025-2460753

Since the 17th Century, the first wine of Château Margaux has been recognised as being one of the greatest wines in the entire world. It owes its unique qualities to the genius of its terroir as well as to the passionate work of a succession of generations. It’s a remarkable wine that comes from a combination of characteristics that are only rarely found: finesse, elegance, complexity, density, intensity, length and freshness. Although its tannic concentration may be exceptional, it’s rare to detect astringency. The great vintages are distinguished by their formidable ability to move us. The lesser vintages give pleasure to wise enthusiasts. They offer the advantage of evolving very rapidly and, reveal, after a few years, instead of power, this subtlety that is the prerogative of great terroirs. Château Margaux has an extraordinary ability to evolve. Over the years, it has developed a finesse, an aromatic complexity and a remarkable presence on the palate. Please Note: Ullage (249671-72)

$109

Chateau Margaux 1966 (1 x 750mL), Margaux, Bordeaux, France.

Lot No: 0006-2460753

Premier Grand Cru Classe Ullage/Label Damage – Please see photo

Since the 17th Century, the first wine of Château Margaux has been recognised as being one of the greatest wines in the entire world. It owes its unique qualities to the genius of its terroir as well as to the passionate work of a succession of generations. It’s a remarkable wine that comes from a combination of characteristics that are only rarely found: finesse, elegance, complexity, density, intensity, length and freshness. Although its tannic concentration may be exceptional, it’s rare to detect astringency. (239301-16)

$84

Blain Gagnard Chassagne-Montrachet 1982 (2 x 750ml), Burgundy, France.

Lot No: 0032-2460753

This is one of the finest white Burgundy estates, where the wine-making involves minimal interventions. It is run by Jean-Marc Blain and his wife Claudine, the daughter of Jacques Gagnard-Delagrange. The family owns some of the village’s greatest hillsides. New oak barrels are never used to excess, being subtly spread amongst the different cuvées, so that spicy oakiness is never perceptible here. Blain is also prudent with stirring-up of the lees (known as bâtonnage) which, if used to excess, may result in heavy wines which taste mealy. Here, on the contrary, the finished wines have great purity of fruit, with balanced acidity and long, clean flavours which clearly evoke the wines’ precise origins. (249671-9)

$14.50
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$29
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Chateau Talbot 1976 (1 x 750mL), St-Julien, Bordeaux, France.

Lot No: 0021-2460753

‘For many, Talbot embodies the ideal Saint Julien, a generous bouquet, extremely stable and dependable during aging,’ emphasize Bettane and Desseauve in their Guide to French Wines.It’s true. A champion of longevity, even when young Talbot is pleasant and rounded, ever distinguished by silky, mild and very civilized tannins. Talbot possesses an extraverted nature. It’s never withdrawn into itself, and has the courtesy of being in a good mood every day. It’s a racy wine, with complex marks of Havana and licorice, classically delicious without ever the slightest hint of austerity. (249671-109)

$14.50
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$29
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Château Palmer 1978 (1 x 750mL), Margaux, Bordeaux, France.

Lot No: 0026-2460753

Appellation:Margaux, Bordeaux., 3rd Growth of 1855 Classification

The fruit is harvested by hand, the estate having a long-term contract with a group of Danish students who travel down each year to pick the grapes. Vinification is temperature-controlled in 42 cone-shaped stainless steel of varying capacity, in a vat-room refurbished as recently as 1995. The wine is pumped over the skins, which macerate for up to 20 days, and malolactic is encouraged before the wine goes into oak where it spends up 21 months, with regular topping up. (249671-84)

$59

Chateau Leoville-Las Cases 1962 (1 x 750mL), St Julien, Bordeaux, France.

Lot No: 0003-2460753

The Grand Vin is the product of exceptional terroirs from the former Léoville estate. These terroirs are located mainly in the Clos Léoville Las Cases, which you pass as you leave Saint- Julien village for Pauillac. They extend over nearly 60ha producing Cabernet Sauvignons and Cabernet Francs with a complex, polished expression and characteristics which are totally unique to the Grand Vin of Léoville du Marquis de Las Cases and have been widely recognized for years. (249671-55)

$39

Chateau La Fleur Gazin 1982 (2x 750ml), Pomerol, Bordeaux, France.

Lot No: 0035-2460753

Chateau La Fleur Gazin 1982 (2x 750ml), Pomerol, Bordeaux, France. Cork closure. (249671-54)

$29.50
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$59
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Chateau Haut-Brion 1978 (1 x 750mL), Pessac-Leognan, Bordeaux, France.

Lot No: 0024-2460753

Premier Grand Cru Classe

The oldest of Bordeaux classed growths, the inventor of a new style of wine in the seventeenth century, the world's first luxury brand… whenever Chateau Haut-Brion is mentioned, one quickly runs out of superlatives. This wine is the embodiment of five centuries of tradition and plays a pivotal role in the worldwide history of wine. (249671-35)

$109

Chateau Margaux 1983 (1 x 750mL), Margaux, Bordeaux, France.

Lot No: 0002-2460753

The spectacular success of the Margaux appellation in this vintage partly remains an enigma, which goes to show how limited our knowledge is about what makes a vintage successful… It would appear that the stormy rain showers in August were less heavy in Margaux than in other regions around Bordeaux. The 1983 Château Margaux is a very fine wine, that certain tasters find better than the 1982 vintage. We have followed this pair of vintages since the beginning with curiosity and sheer pleasure without ever making a definitive judgement as to their respective qualities. Over the years, one tasted better than the other and vice-versa… Ullaged - please see the photo (249474-5)

$800

Chateau Branaire Duluc-Ducru 1982 (2 x 750mL), St-Julien, Bordeaux, France.

Lot No: 0034-2460753

St-Julien A.C., 4eme cru Classe

Château Branaire-Ducru is situated on the opposite side of the road from Château Beychevelle in the south of the St-Julien appellation. Patrick Maroteaux has owned the property since 1988 and he has invested heavily in new plantings as well as installing a spanking new cuvier and an ultra-modern chai.Branaire-Ducru's 60 hectares of vineyards are planted with Cabernet Sauvignon (70%), Merlot (22%), Cabernet Franc (5%), Petit Verdot (3%). The wines are matured in oak barriques (65% new). The proportion of Cabernet Sauvignon in the blend is even higher than that in the vineyards - 80-85% in most years, which is one of the highest in the Médoc. (249671-3)

$22
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$44
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Chateau Beychevelle 1978 (1 x 730mL), St-Julien, Bordeaux, France.

Lot No: 0023-2460753

St-Julien A.C., 4eme Cru Classé

Since the Middle Ages the illustrious owners of Château Beychevelle have gradually endowed it with the best plots of land and have perpetuated the tradition that has always been of prime importance in the destiny of this Grand Cru Class. (249671-6)

$9

Chateau Batailley 1982 (1 x 750mL), Pauillac, Bordeaux, France.

Lot No: 0033-2460753

Ullage- Please see photo It is one of the oldest estates in the Médoc. The name is derived from the battle („bataille“) - that took place where the chateau and vineyard are today - during the 100-years war in the in 1452. In this battle, the French re-conquered the neighbouring Chateau Latour from the English, a crucial point in the history of Aquitaine. A few years later the first vines were planted on this historical and blood soaked grounds. Chateau Batailley’s garden was designed by Barillet-Deschamps, Napoleon III’s garden architect. In 1855 Napoleon III created the classification for the Grands Crus Classés of the Medoc. And Batailley was knighted Grand Cru.Batailley is an intensive typical Pauillac, with Cassis and very good structure. Very stable quality across the vintages due to the very old Wines. (249671-2)

$9

M. Chapoutier `Belleruche` Grenache Syrah 2010 (1x 1.5L), Cotes Du Rhone.

Lot No: 0006-2460754

M. Chapoutier `Belleruche` Grenache Syrah 2010 (1x 1.5L), Cotes Du Rhone. cork closure. Very spicy, savoury, peppery, tobacco, black cherry, gamey, liquorice aromas. Soft, fresh, round, easy palate with very light tannins. Smoky, gamey, black raspberry, peppery, poultry spice, roasted pepper flavours. Elegant, somewhat juicy finish. Drink now and over the next year. (249214-4)

$9