Vintage Armagnac (Comes in original Lustrac Box as illustrated)
Baron de Lustrac is a small traditional éleveur specialising in fine old Armagnac vintages. Their extensive range is sourced from neighbouring estates in the Tenereze and Mas Armagnac regions and they keep an ageing and bottling chais near Magnan, in the Bas Armagnac region.
All Armagnacs are aged in 420ltr oak barrels and sold as single vintages. The grapes used are all harvested from the one particular year, and will only be distilled if the conditions were particularly good. Perfect for big birthdays or as a special drink for the connoisseur as they truly are a fine example of the very best Armagnacs around.
Price: £95.00 (1 in Stock)
Château Anthonic is one of Moulis-en-Medoc's oldest family-owned vineyards.
Established towards the end of the 18th century, it belonged to the Hugon family for an extended period of time. Pierre Cordonnier acquired the vineyard in 1977 and his son, Jean-Baptiste, took over in 1993. In recent years Anthonic is considered to be one of the top Chateaux in Moulis.
Price: £49.95 (4 in Stock)
St Julien, 4th Growth Classification
Notes of menthol, raspberries, chocolate, crushed rock, and a notion of flowers emerge from this medium-bodied 1990. While neither as concentrated nor ageworthy as most Branaires made in the 21st century, it is an attractive, soft, elegant wine
Price: £99.00 (1 in Stock)
Medoc, Cru Bourgeois
The 1990 Chateau Cissac is deep garnet colour. Cassis, pencil shavings, cloves and a little coffee on the nose. Medium to high acid, good concentration and balance. Medium+ level of grainy tannins. Long finish.
Price: £44.95 (2 in Stock)
Decanted and served immediately. Colour is bright, brick red with a very slight brown edge. Nose is very intense and perfumed, with blackberry, liquorice, jam and cherry. Almost explosive bouquet: this is what Margaux perfume is all about. Palate continues the jammy, cherry flavours but some earthiness and a slight trace of mint freshness. Plenty of very well integrated tannins and a medium finish. Youthful, still vibrant, balanced and delicious.
5/15/2012 - JamesTye-CellarTracker.com
Price: £79.95 (7 in Stock)
From the very good 1990 vintage, the Chateau du Glana has a lot of rustic appeal. Nose of red berry and pencil shavings. Good mouthfeel - typical mature Bordeaux with tertiary characteristics and a medium finish.
Price: £49.95 (6 in Stock)
Pauillac 5me Cru Classe
This bottle of 1990 displays a touch of brettanomyces on the nose, but it is not off-putting and actually complements the scents of truffle, moss and cooked meats. Medium-bodied on the palate with good acidity for the vintage, but at 21-years of age beginning to lack a little vigour. This is a pleasurable Pontet-Canet, one that deserves drinking now
Price: £119.00 (1 in Stock)
The Chateau Potensac 1990 is almost as good as their 1989. Has plenty of cassis, leaf and cedar to begin with. The wine is fresh and gains in the glass. The fruits have a ripe, creamy edge from the vintage but the wine remains savoury and true. It has ample structure beneath the flesh and is still drinking nicely. A beautiful mature older Medoc.
Price: £49.95 (8 in Stock)
Poggio Teo - Fattoria di Valiano
Tuscan wine (Italian Toscana) is Italian wine from the Tuscany region. Located in central Italy along the Tyrrhenian coast, Tuscany is home to some of the world's most notable wine regions. Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano are primarily made with Sangiovese grape whereas the Vernaccia grape is the basis of the white Vernaccia di San Gimignano.
Price: £79.00 (1 in Stock)
Located in central Italy along the Tyrrhenian coast, Tuscany is home to some of the world's most notable wine regions. Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano are primarily made with Sangiovese grape whereas the Vernaccia grape is the basis of the white Vernaccia di San Gimignano.
Price: £69.00 (1 in Stock)