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Chateau Petit Village Pomerol 2009 (Bordeaux, France) - [WE 93] [WS 93] [JS 92] [RP 91] [ST 91]
Chateau Petit Village Pomerol 2009 (Bordeaux, France) - [WE 93] [WS 93] [JS 92] [RP 91] [ST 91]
Retail Price: $165.00
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93 Points - Wine Enthusiast Magazine:
"Very juicy, smoky, smooth and velvety. It has great acidity as well as sweet fruit. An opulent, open wine, yet with a great final structure; big and sweet." - Roger Voss (Apr 2012)
Chateau Fleur Cardinale Saint Emilion Grand Cru 2009 [HALF BOTTLE] (Bordeaux, France)
Chateau Fleur Cardinale Saint Emilion Grand Cru 2009 [375 mL HALF BOTTLE] (Bordeaux, France)
Retail Price: $95.00
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Notes from the Winemaker:

Dominique and Florence Decoster also had a clear idea of the wine they wanted to make: one which mirrors their love of the Saint-Emilion region and above all one which expresses the terroir of the vineyard of Château Fleur Cardinale.
Château Fleur Cardinale has since thrilled wine lovers in every vintage, achieving that much sought-after quality of power combined with elegance.
The wines display a deep, dense-coloured hue, while on the nose there are powerful ripe fruit aromas mingling with floral notes. Feminine in style, the wines have a seductive, rich mouth-feel, underpinned by elegant, silky tannins. The finish is long and harmonious, promising very long ageing potential in bottle.
These specific tasting characteristics, immediately recognisable to its growing number of followers, are the hallmark of Château Fleur Cardinale.

Chateau Certan de May de Certan Pomerol 2015 (Bordeaux, France) - [JS 97] [RP 95+] [AG 94] [WE 94] [DC 93] [WS 92]
Chateau Certan de May de Certan Pomerol 2015 (Bordeaux, France) - [JS 97] [RP 95+] [AG 94] [WE 94] [DC 93] [WS 92]
Retail Price: $200.00
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97 Points - James Suckling:
"This has a darker sheen of fruits in the blackberry and blood-plum spectrum with sweetly spicy and earthy aromas and some violets to boot. The palate has quite a forthright tannin firmness. A very long, linear wine with a full body and a smooth, fresh, blueberry/plum finish. An impressive wine that rolls endlessly through the finish. This has plenty of ageing potential." (Feb 3, 2018)
Chateau Hosanna Pomerol 2010 (Bordeaux, France) - [RP 96] [JS 96] [WS 95] [WE 94] [ST 94]
Chateau Hosanna Pomerol 2010 (Bordeaux, France) - [RP 96] [JS 96] [WS 95] [WE 94] [ST 94]
Retail Price: $330.00
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96 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"This wine displays plenty of black raspberries, black currants, espresso roast, Asian soy and plum sauce along with some mocha and chocolate. Beautifully rich, firm, and full-bodied, with sweet but abundant tannins, this is a classy, noble style of wine that should be forgotten for at least 5-7 years and drunk over the following 20. Remarkably, the alcohol, like most of the wines in the J. P. Moueix stable of Pomerols and St.-Emilions, hit 14.5%." - Robert M. Parker, Jr. (Feb 2013)

Chateau Petrus Pomerol 2015 (Bordeaux, France) - [RP 100] [WE 100] [DC 100] [JS 100] [JD 99] [VM 98] [WS 95]
Chateau Petrus Pomerol 2015 (Bordeaux, France) - [RP 100] [WE 100] [DC 100] [JS 100] [JD 99] [VM 98] [WS 95]
Retail Price: $5,500.00
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100 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"When I asked winemaker Olivier Berrouet about his greatest challenges in 2015, he replied, “Our biggest challenge is to avoid all the temptations you can have in the vineyard and in the cellar. You can go too far. With our job, if you go too far, you can’t go back. Little steps are best.” His comments eloquently explain the immense pressure of handling a seemingly pressure-less vintage like 2015 in Pomerol. But, with the devil in all the many details that are involved in the pursuit of wine perfection, if anyone has that devil by the horns, it is this incredibly talented young winemaker." - Lisa Perrotti-Brown (Feb 2018)