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Chateau Latour 2006 (Pauillac, Bordeaux, France) [WE 96] [WS 95] [ST 95] [RP 94]
Chateau Latour 2006 (Pauillac, Bordeaux, France) [WE 96] [WS 95] [ST 95] [RP 94]
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96 Points - Wine Enthusiast:

"Latour has always had the reputation of producing great wines in the less great vintages. The 2006 is a case in point. It brings structure and ripeness into a form that is almost ethereal. That elegance doesn’t take away from the powerful fruit. The fruit in fact melds into the structure with ease. And, as a reminder this is a 2006, the density gives way to freshness on the finish."

95 Points - Wine Spectator:

"Offers a pure nose of currant and blackberry with crushed fruit. Full-bodied with a solid core of fruit and very polished refined tannins. Long and classy. Best after 2016." -JS
Chateau Latour "Les Forts de Latour" 2012 (Pauillac, Bordeaux) [WS 91-91] [JS 91-92]
Chateau Latour "Les Forts de Latour" 2012 (Pauillac, Bordeaux) [WS 91-91] [JS 91-92]
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91-94 Points - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"Rather bright, offering plum pit, Campari, damson plum and black cherry fruit, with a strong violet note and a lovely, brisk, iron-framed finish. Very racy. Tasted non-blind." (4/2013)

91-92 Points - James Suckling:
"A firm and fresh Les Forts. A pretty sample with bright fruit. Full body, with a racy backbone of tannins and a long, excellent finish." (4/2013)
Chateau Latour "Les Forts de Latour" 2012 (Pauillac, Bordeaux) [1.5L MAGNUM] [WS 91-91] [JS 91-92]
Chateau Latour "Les Forts de Latour" 2012 (Pauillac, Bordeaux) [1.5L MAGNUM] [WS 91-91] [JS 91-92]
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91-94 Points - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"Rather bright, offering plum pit, Campari, damson plum and black cherry fruit, with a strong violet note and a lovely, brisk, iron-framed finish. Very racy. Tasted non-blind." (4/2013)

91-92 Points - James Suckling:
"A firm and fresh Les Forts. A pretty sample with bright fruit. Full body, with a racy backbone of tannins and a long, excellent finish." (4/2013)
Chateau Lafite-Rothschild Pauillac Premier Grand Cru 1994 (Bordeaux, France) - [WS 93, #37 Top 100 of 1997] [RP 90]
Chateau Lafite-Rothschild Pauillac Premier Grand Cru 1994 (Bordeaux, France) - [WS 93, #37 Top 100 of 1997] [RP 90]
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96 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"Interestingly, a bottle of 1990 Lafite Rothschild I pulled from my cellar for a video blog on my web site was still buttoned down, tight, and even with extended decanting was not showing as much as I would have hoped. However, a bottle tasted, of all places, in Seoul, Korea in February, was only a few points short of perfection. That amazing performance motivated me to pull another bottle out of my cellar and follow it over the course of two days. Sure enough, by the second day the wine was roaring from the glass. The 1990 Lafite has turned out far better than my early assessment. While it still possesses some firmness, and performs like a late adolescent in terms of its evolution, it boasts gorgeous aromas of cedar, tobacco leaf, cassis, and lead pencil shavings. The explosive aromas are followed by a fleshy, full-bodied wine that should hit its peak in 5-8 years, and last for 25-30 more. Release price:($1400.00/case)" - Robert Parker (June 2009)


Chateau Malescot St. Exupery Margaux 2012 [375ml HALF BOTTLE] (Bordeaux, France) - [WS 93] [RP 93] [JS 93] [WE 90-92] [ST 88-91]
Chateau Malescot St. Exupery Margaux 2012 [375ml HALF BOTTLE] (Bordeaux, France) - [WS 93] [RP 93] [JS 93] [WE 90-92] [ST 88-91]
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93 Points - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"This is distinctive, with a roasted alder streak running through an enticing core of crushed plum, blackberry and black currant confiture flavors. Long and velvety on the finish, with bay, tobacco and black tea accents checking in. This is suave, with fruit and terroir in spades, particularly for the vintage. Best from 2017 through 2025. 7,500 cases made." – JM (Mar 31, 2015)
Chateau Pontet Canet Pauillac Grand Cru 2012 (Bordeaux, France) - [AG 93+] [RP 93] [JS 93] [WE 92] [WS 92]
Chateau Pontet Canet Pauillac Grand Cru 2012 (Bordeaux, France) - [AG 93+] [RP 93] [JS 93] [WE 92] [WS 92]
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93+ Points - Antonio Galloni:
"A wine of real class, pedigree and distinction, the 2012 Pontet-Canet is absolutely gorgeous. The flavors are beautifully nuanced and delineated throughout. Bright floral notes add lift and sensuality. The 2012 is decidedly understated next to some other recent vintages, but the magic of this site simply won't be denied. This is another sublime wine from proprietor Alfred Tesseron." - Antonio Galloni (July 2015)

Chateau Pontet Canet Pauillac Grand Cru 2014 (Bordeaux, France) - [JS 98] [WE 96] [AG 95+] [RP 94] [WS 93]
Chateau Pontet Canet Pauillac Grand Cru 2014 (Bordeaux, France) - [JS 98] [WE 96] [AG 95+] [RP 94] [WS 93]
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98 Points Rank #66 Top 100 Wines of 2017 - James Suckling:
"A stunning wine for this vintage although it’s still a bit shy on the nose (more spice than fruit showing than now). There’s wet earth, too, but on the palate it’s bursting with ripe yet subtle flavors. Very long and complex finish that goes on and on." - (Feb 2017)
Chateau Pichon-Longueville Comtesse de Lalande Pauillac Grand Cru 2013 (Bordeaux, France) - [WE 93] [AG 89-91]
Chateau Pichon-Longueville Comtesse de Lalande Pauillac Grand Cru 2014 (Bordeaux, France) - [WS 94] [WE 94] [AG 93-96] [JS 93] [RP 93]
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94 Points - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"Very solid, with lots of cassis bush and sweet tobacco notes adding texture to the core of crushed ripe raspberry, blackberry and plum fruit flavors. A licorice snap accent dances throughout, while a bolt of iron runs underneath. This is Pauillac. Best from 2020 through 2035." - JM (Mar 2017)
Domaines Barons de Rothschild "Legende" Pauillac 2012 (Bordeaux, France)
Domaines Barons de Rothschild "Legende" Pauillac 2012 (Bordeaux, France)
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Wine Spectator Magazine:
"Direct, with a core of black currant and bitter cherry fruit studded with singed cedar and tobacco notes. Reveals a light charcoal hint on the finish. Modest in scale but shows good Pauillac typicity. Drink now. 1,700 cases imported." - JM (Sep 30, 2016)

Chateau Latour Pauillac 1982 (Bordeaux, France) - [RP 100] [WS 98] [ST 97]
Chateau Latour Pauillac 1982 (Bordeaux, France) - [RP 100] [WS 98] [ST 97]
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100 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"Always somewhat atypical (which I suspect will be the case with the more modern day 2003), the 1982 Latour has been the most opulent, flamboyant, and precocious of the northern Medocs, especially the St.-Juliens, Pauillacs, and St.-Estephes. It hasn’t changed much over the last 10-15 years, revealing sweet tannins as well as extraordinarily decadent, even extravagant levels of fruit, glycerin, and body. It is an amazing wine, and on several occasions, I have actually picked it as a right bank Pomerol because of the lushness and succulence of the cedary, blackberry, black currant fruit. This vintage has always tasted great, even in its youth, and revealed a precociousness that one does not associate with this Chateau. However, the 1982 is still evolving at a glacial pace. The concentration remains remarkable, and the wine is a full-bodied, exuberant, rich, classic Pauillac in its aromatic and flavor profiles. It’s just juiced up (similar to an athlete on steroids) and is all the better for it. This remarkable effort will last as long as the 1982 Mouton, but it has always been more approachable and decadently fruity. Drink it now, in 20 years, and in 50 years! Don’t miss it if you are a wine lover." - Robert Parker (Jun 2009)