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Chateau La Font du Jeu Castillon Cotes de Bordeaux 2015 (Cotes de Bordeaux, France) - [JD 90]
Chateau La Font du Jeu Castillon Cotes de Bordeaux 2015 (Cotes de Bordeaux, France) - [JD 90]
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90 Points - Jeb Dunnuck:
"The 2015 Font du Jeu Cotes de Castillon offers ample dark fruits, plums, and leafy herbs notes to go with a frontend-loaded, textured profile that’s ready to go. A blend of 70% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc, and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, aged in used barrels, it’s a terrific value and will offer plenty of pleasure over the coming 5-7 years." - Jeb Dunnuck (March 27th 2019)

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Chateau Suau Cadillac Rouge 2015 (Cotes de Bordeaux, France) - [WE 91]
Chateau Suau Cadillac Rouge 2015 (Cotes de Bordeaux, France) - [WE 91]
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91 Points - Wine Enthusiast:
"This rich wine is already smoothly textured yet still has fine tannins that give aging potential. With its black fruit and acidity, it's ripe, smoky and likely to be very drinkable from 2020." - Roger Voss (December 2017)

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Chateau Loudenne Blanc 2016 (Bordeaux, France)
Chateau Loudenne Blanc 2016 (Bordeaux, France)
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91 Points - Decanter (2017 Vintage):
"This is a thoroughly enjoyable Médoc white, with a juicy palate of fleshy nectarine and mineral touches. Drinking Window 2018 - 2025" - (08 Apr 2018)

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Chateau Petit Figeac 2014 (Saint-Emilion, France) - [AG 92] [WE 91] [JS 90-91]
Chateau Petit Figeac 2014 (Saint-Emilion, France) - [AG 92] [WE 91] [JS 90-91]
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92 Points - Antonio Galloni's Vinous:
"The 2014 Petit-Figeac is laced with the essence of sweet dark cherry, plum, tobacco, mint, licorice and leather. Pliant, supple and expressive, it is a highly appealing second wine. This is just as impressive in bottle as it was from barrel." - Antonio Galloni (Feb 2017)

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Chateau Biac Felicie de Biac Blanc 2017 (Cotes de Bordeaux Cadillac, France)
Chateau Biac Felicie de Biac Blanc 2017 (Cotes de Bordeaux Cadillac, France)
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Chateau D'Yquem Sauternes 1997 [750ml STANDARD BOTTLE] (Sauternes, Bordeaux, France) - [RP 96] [WS 95]
Chateau D'Yquem Sauternes 1997 [750ml STANDARD BOTTLE] (Sauternes, Bordeaux, France) - [RP 96] [WS 95]
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96 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"A sensational Yquem, 1997 may be this estate's finest effort since 1990 (although I would not discount the 1996 turning out to be nearly as good). The 1997's light gold color is accompanied a gorgeous perfume of caramel, honeysuckle, peach, apricot, and smoky wood. Full-bodied and unctuously-textured, with good underlying acidity as well as loads of sweetness and glycerin, it looks to be a great vintage for this renowned Sauternes estate. Anticipated maturity: 2005-2055." - Robert Parker (4/2003)

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Chateau D'Yquem Sauternes 1997 (Sauternes, Bordeaux, France) - [RP 96] [WS 95]
Chateau D'Yquem Sauternes 1997 (Sauternes, Bordeaux, France) - [RP 96] [WS 95]
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96 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"A sensational Yquem, 1997 may be this estate's finest effort since 1990 (although I would not discount the 1996 turning out to be nearly as good). The 1997's light gold color is accompanied a gorgeous perfume of caramel, honeysuckle, peach, apricot, and smoky wood. Full-bodied and unctuously-textured, with good underlying acidity as well as loads of sweetness and glycerin, it looks to be a great vintage for this renowned Sauternes estate. Anticipated maturity: 2005-2055." - Robert Parker (4/2003)

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Chateau D'Yquem Sauternes 1981 [375ml HALF-BOTTLE] (Sauternes, Bordeaux, France)
Chateau D'Yquem Sauternes 1981 [375ml HALF-BOTTLE] (Sauternes, Bordeaux, France)
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93 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate (1980 vintage):
"This year is a perfect example of a vintage that was much better for the sweet wines of Barsac and Sauternes than it was for the red wines. Yquem produced its greatest wine since the twin titans of 1975 and 1976. Medium golden, with a big, opulent, honeyed, oaky, flowery, tropical fruit bouquet, this wine is rich and concentrated, has very good acidity, a lot of botrytis, and a stunning finish. It is a great success, and it continues to evolve at a snail's pace. Anticipated maturity: Now-2035. Last tasted, 12/90." - Robert Parker (Jan 1998)
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Chateau D'Yquem Sauternes 1989 (Sauternes, Bordeaux, France) - [RP 97] [WS 97]
Chateau D'Yquem Sauternes 1989 (Sauternes, Bordeaux, France) - [RP 97] [WS 97]
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97 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"The favorite sweet wine of millionaires, Chateau d'Yquem has, not unexpectedly, turned in a brilliant effort with their newly released 1989. It is a large-scaled, massively rich, unctuously-textured wine that should evolve effortlessly for a half century or more. It does not reveal the compelling finesse and complexity of the 1988 or 1986, but it is a far heavier, richer wine than either of those vintages. It is reminiscent of the 1976, with additional fat and glycerin. The wine is extremely alcoholic and rich, with a huge nose of smoky, honey-covered coconuts and overripe pineapples and apricots. As with most young vintages of Yquem, the wine's structure is barely noticeable. These wines are so highly extracted and rich yet approachable young, it is difficult to believe they will last for 50 or more years. The 1989 is the richest Yquem made in the eighties, and it has an edge in complexity over the powerhouse 1983. It remains to be seen whether this wine will develop the extraordinary aromatic complexity possessed by the promising 1988 and 1986 Yquems." - Robert M. Parker, Jr. (Dec 1997)
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Chateau La Mission Haut Brion 2009 (Pessac Leognan, Bordeaux, France) - [RP 100] [JS 98] [ST 97+] [WE 97] [WS 96]
Chateau La Mission Haut Brion 2009 (Pessac Leognan, Bordeaux, France) - [RP 100] [JS 98] [ST 97+] [WE 97] [WS 96]
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100 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"A candidate for the wine of the vintage, the 2009 La Mission-Haut-Brion stood out as one of the most exceptional young wines I had ever tasted from barrel, and its greatness has been confirmed in the bottle. A remarkable effort from the Dillon family, this is another large-scaled La Mission that tips the scales at 15% alcohol. A blend of equal parts Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot (47% of each) and the rest Cabernet Franc, it exhibits an opaque purple color as well as a magnificent bouquet of truffles, scorched earth, blackberry and blueberry liqueur, subtle smoke and spring flowers. The wine’s remarkable concentration offers up an unctuous/viscous texture, a skyscraper-like mouthfeel, sweet, sumptuous, nearly over-the-top flavors and massive density. Perhaps a once-in-a-lifetime La Mission-Haut-Brion, the 2009 will take its place alongside the many great wines made here since the early 1920s. The good news is that there are nearly 6,000 cases of the 2009. It should last for 50-75+ years. Given the wine’s unctuosity and sweetness of the tannin, I would have no problem drinking it in about 5-6 years. The final blend was 47% Merlot, 47% Cabernet Sauvignon and 6% Cabernet Franc." - Robert Parker (Aug 2012)

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