Chateau de Pez was once owned by the Pontac family, who were best known for forming what later became Chateau Haut Brion in Pessac Leognan.
An attractive nose of sweet fruit with a tinge of smoke and a hint of ‘wet stone’ minerality. Great structure on the palate with firm tannins, fresh acidity and good weight. This is a Bordeaux that will develop very well over the next decade.
The aromas are elegant yet powerful, fruity and mature with a strong oak influence. On the palate, the wine is lively, meaty, full bodied with perfectly balanced flavours and good structure. The tannins are mature. It also shows hints of vanilla and spices, which leave an unforgettable feeling of quality, elegance and finesse that will improve with age.
Intense and bright cherry colour. Ripe fruit nose, with hints of plums, cherries and wildberries. Spicy, roasted and balsamic aromas as well as mineral notes. This is a traditional Rioja in style with great complexity and huge length.
92 points - Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)
"Very racy, direct, clean and breezy, Really neat and concentrated. The flagship blend from this champagne grower in Merfy is a great bargain" Jancis Robinson, ft.com 29/11/13
Recommended in the FT - Jancis Robinson's Top 100 Festive Sparkling Wines 2013
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The second wine of Chateau Lynch Bages now known (from the 2008 vintage onwards) as 'Echo de Lynch Bages'.
Typical Pauillac nose of pencil shavings, cedar, cinnamon and black fruits. This will continue to open in the glass and certainly benefits from decanting. Ripe brambly blackberries on the palate with touches of oak characters and a soft tannic finish.
An Intense gold with a persistent fine mousse. The nose opens with floral rose notes and warms to toasted brioche. The mouth is full and fresh with spicy floral notes , underpinned with candied yellow fruit. The finish is long and dry. This is a classy mid-term vintage from Pol Roger that will continue to improve for at least 5 years in bottle and in magnum for 10-12 years.
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A fantastic mature Bordeaux from the famous Fifth Growth estate in Pauillac. Drinking exceptionally well now, the wine is displaying wonderful secondary characteristics and elegance
An impressively close-sewn wine with savoury flesh and meaty persistence. Very good colour, superb fruit, all elegance and hidden power – Decanter Magazine
Regular Price: £80.94
Special Price £69.99
Allan Scott is a name synonymous with wine in Marlborough. As one of the first independent wineries to establish themselves here back in 1990, Allan Scott Family Winemakers have made a name for themselves in this highly competitive industry. This mixed case has a selection of the range.
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A rich and intense nose of sweet black fruit and sweet spice, such as vanilla and clove, from the oak maturation. Juicy dark fruit and floral flavours on the palate are balanced by defined acidity. There are hints of smokiness on the mid palate and the finish is long and persistent.
Pale gold in colour with a steady flow of fine and persistent bubbles. Delicate yet complex, fresh and well-balanced with hints of citrus and white fruits. Well defined, subtly rounded with expressive flavours. The fruit progressively emerges to reveal a finely balanced champagne displaying great length on the finish.
Marques de Caceres Gaudium is made from grapes grown in their oldest vineyards, located in unique areas that are well exposed to the sun, with very limited yields. Very full in the mouth where dense and refined tannins provide a balanced structure that mingles with mature fruit and nice complexity.
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Bollinger’s prestige champagne is produced only when the harvest reaches a perfect balance: it is Bollinger’s version of an exceptional vintage.
A rich gold, almost pink, showing the maturity of the wine. Toasty with candied fruits, notes of exotic spices, rhubarb and stone fruit. Silky bubbles and full bodied with wonderful length and concentration. This is the pinnacle of Bollingers House style.
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Belle Epoque is the most accomplished expression of the Perrier-Jouët style: floral and elegant, reflecting the exceptional quality of the House’s vineyard. Created by Cellar Master Hervé Deschamps, the Cramant and Avize Grand Crus have pride of place.
A lively sensation, and a minerality both round and elegant, sensual and silky, the Belle Epoque 2004 offers up a harmonious and daintily balanced flavour. A refined champagne with a long finish.