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2017 Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey Sauternes

2017 Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey Sauternes

A wine of stunning beauty, the 2017 Lafaurie-Peyraguey is so remarkably vivid from the very first taste. All the elements simply fall into place effortlessly. Orchard fruit, tangerine, passion fruit mint and exotic floral overtones all grace this precise, wonderfully inviting Sauternes from Silvio Denz. Lafaurie-Peyraguey is pure and total finesse. Drink 2022‑2037. Rated 97. - Antonio Galloni, vinous.com March, 2020
The 2017 Lafaurie-Peyraguey builds on the promise that it showed out of barrel. It was picked from September 25 until October 12 via two tries at 13hl/ha, and matured in 33% new French oak. There is 132hl/ha residual sugar. The 2017 has a much more intense bouquet than the nascent 2018, and the copious scents of wild honey, heather, yellow flowers and hints of saffron are all very well defined. The balanced palate delivers a viscous opening, well-judged acidity and impressive volume in the mouth. I admire the focus and precision of this young Sauternes, in particular the spiciness that is amped up on the finish. Superb. Closed under DIAM 10 instead of natural cork. Tasted from an ex-château bottle sent to my home. Drink 2025‑2060. Rated 95. - Neal Martin, vinous.com August, 2019

$40.00 the 375 ml half-bottle  $408.00 the case of 12



2011 Château Magdelaine Saint-Émilion 1er Grand Cru Classé

2011 Château Magdelaine Saint-Émilion 1er Grand Cru Classé

Full ruby-red. Raspberry, minerals, lead pencil, botanical herbs and violet on the nose. Bright and juicy, showing discreet floral red berry, licorice, white pepper and mineral flavors. Nicely integrated acidity and youthfully chewy tannins give this wine firm spine. This is the last vintage of Magdelaine (after this vintage Magdelaine was incorporated into Belair to create Belair-Monange), so allow me to raise my glass to the memory of a great chateau. The 1961 Magdelaine is one of the greatest red wines I have ever tasted. Rated 90. - Ian D'Agata, vinous.com July, 2014
By this point in the tasting, I was really starting to wonder about my palate, but with the 2011 Magdelaine, it was easy to see that the problem was the three previous vintages of Bélair Monange, not my palate. The 2011 Magdelaine is a ripe wine, as this was a drought vintage, and comes in at a pretty robust fourteen percent octane, but here there is balance, refinement and underlying mineral drive that is sorely missing in the above wines. The bouquet offers up a very youthful blend of black cherries, chalky minerality, menthol, cigar wrapper, a touch of fresh herbs and a nice foundation of vanillin oak. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and nascently complex, with an excellent core, superb soil signature, firm, fine-grained tannins and a long, focused and very well-balanced finish. This will be lovely juice in the fullness of time. Drink 2027-2080+. Rated 92+. - John Gilman, View From The Cellar #81 May‑June, 2019

$100.00 the bottle  $510.00 the case of 6



2015 Château Bélair-Monange Saint-Émilion 1er Grand Cru Classé

2015 Château Bélair-Monange Saint-Émilion 1er Grand Cru Classé

This perhaps somewhat controversial marriage between the estates of Chateau Belair and Chateau Magdelaine—both Premier Grand Cru Classé Saint-Emilion estates—to form Chateau Bélair Monange hits pay-dirt with this spectacular 2015 release. Composed of 88% Merlot and 12% Cabernet Franc, the medium to deep garnet-purple colored 2015 Belair Monange has the most singular nose of grilled meats, smoked game, iron ore and fallen leaves over a slowly unfurling ripe fruit core of crushed black plums, blackberry preserves and cassis with fragrant touches of star anise and potpourri. Full-bodied, rich and opulent in the mouth, the palate reveals an arresting backbone of exquisitely ripe, very firm tannins and sparks of background acidity lifting and defining the rich, densely packed layers, culminating in an epically long and multifaceted finish. Possessing its own compellingly beautiful signature, this is a remarkably riveting wine that should not be missed. Drink 2022‑2053. Rated 98+. - Lisa Perrotti‑Brown, robertparker.com February, 2018
A huge, intense Saint-Émilion, the Bélair-Monange is just as impressive from bottle as it was from cask. That's the good news. The not-so-good news is that the wine is going to need at least a decade to shed some of its considerable baby fat. A rush of super-ripe black cherry, game, smoke and tobacco hits the palate as this dramatic, unrestrained Saint-Émilion shows off its explosive personality. The 2015 speaks with an assertive voice that demands attention – and it got mine, that’s for sure. The blend is 88% Merlot and 12% Cabernet Franc. Drink 2025‑2055. Rated 98. - Antonio Galloni, vinous.com February, 2018

$187.50 the bottle  $956.28 the case of 6



2006 Château Pontet-Canet Pauillac 2006 Château Pontet-Canet Pauillac 2008 Château Pontet-Canet Pauillac 2008 Château Pontet-Canet Pauillac 2009 Château Pontet-Canet Pauillac 2009 Château Pontet-Canet Pauillac

Château Pontet-Canet Pauillac Vertical Selection


(2 bottles each 2006, 2008 and 2009 vintages)


$1,020 the case of 6


2006 Château Pontet-Canet Pauillac

2006 Château Pontet-Canet Pauillac

Saturated medium ruby. Inky cassis, black raspberry, graphite and pungent minerality on the very ripe nose. Dense, rich and silky, with a brooding inky minerality and an almost liqueur-like dark fruit sweetness leavened by a savory peppery element. This very ripe, deep and concentrated wine boasts wonderful lushness without any undue weight thanks to its sheer energy. Like its neighbor Mouton-Rothschild, Pontet-Canet's 2006 conveys a powerful impression of soil character. Finishes with serious dusty tannins and superb lingering sweetness. Should be long‑lived. Rated 94. - Stephen Tanzer, vinous.com May, 2009


2008 Château Pontet-Canet Pauillac

2008 Château Pontet-Canet Pauillac

Deep ruby-red. Knockout nose combines black cherry, lavender, potpourri spices and graphite minerality; high-toned and slightly liqueur-like. Then dense, seamless and vibrant in the mouth, with firm acidity giving outstanding energy to the dark fruit, floral and mineral flavors. Really spreads out on the back end and stays a while. Brilliantly delineated, complex wine with superb cut and penetration. Rated 94. - Stephen Tanzer, vinous.com July, 2011


2009 Château Pontet-Canet Pauillac

2009 Château Pontet-Canet Pauillac

Bright, full ruby. Pure, vibrant aromas of cassis, blackberry, blueberry, licorice, graphite and leather. Like liquid velvet on entry, then energetic and sharply delineated in the mid-palate, with penetrating minerality intensifying the pristine dark berry flavors. Most impressive today on the extremely long, perfumed finish, which shows suave, noble tannins and a magically light touch for such an intense wine. This wine is remarkably tastable today but it's also built for 30+ years of aging. Rated 96. - Stephen Tanzer, vinous.com July, 2012


2017 Château Rauzan-Ségla Margaux

2017 Château Rauzan-Ségla Margaux

The 2017 Rauzan-Ségla is coming together very nicely. Soft and silky, the 2017 is a wine of pure and total finesse. Sweet red cherry and plum fruit, tobacco, cedar and licorice add pretty top notes, but more than anything else, the 2017 impresses with its statuesque elegance and total balance; nothing in particular stands out. For that reason, Rauzan-Ségla is the sort of wine that is easy to overlook, and yet all the elements of a top notch Left-Bank wine are present. Tasted three times. Drink 2027‑2047. Rated 94. - Antonio Galloni, vinous.com March, 2020
The 2017 Rauzan-Ségla was bottled at the end of May 2019 according to winemaker Nicolas Audebert. It has a broodier nose than expected, perhaps a tad closed after bottling, but there is certainly sufficient blackberry and raspberry fruit, subtle pressed violet, soupçon of shucked oyster shell scents emerging with time. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins struck through by a fine bead of acidity. It feels rounded and velvety in texture, quite persistent in the mouth with a caressing finish that perhaps does not quite deliver the complexity or pixelation of a really top growing season. Otherwise, plainly speaking, bloody delicious. Drink 2028‑2055. Rated 94. - Neal Martin, vinous.com February, 2020

$112.50 the bottle  $1,147.56 the case



2017 Château Branaire-Ducru Saint-Julien

2017 Château Branaire‑Ducru Saint‑Julien

The 2017 Branaire-Ducru is all class and finesse. Bright and focused, the 2017 speaks with a clear, well-articulated voice. I especially like the energy here. Soft and understated in the classic Branaire style, the 2017 offers notes of red and purplish fruit intermingled with expressive floral and spice notes. The 2017 is such a pretty Saint-Julien. Tasted two times. Drink 2025‑2037. Rated 94. - Antonio Galloni, vinous.com March, 2020

$75.00 the bottle  $765.00 the case



2016 Clos des Jacobins Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Classé

2016 Clos des Jacobins Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Classé

Once part of the former (and wholly impressive) Cordier stable together with chateaux Gruaud‑Larose, Talbot, Meyney and Lafaurie‑Peyraguey, the vineyard of Clos des Jacobins has existed as one single block of vines planted around the cellars since the 17th century. It is is today owned by Magali & Thibaut Decoster. Produce of 80% Merlot, 18% Cabernet Franc and 2% Cabernet Sauvignon hand-harvested from sustainably-farmed vines averaging 30 years in age and planted to the clay and limestone soils at the foot of the Saint-Émilion slope: lovely deep ruby to fuchsia at the edges in color with aromas suggestive of fleshy plum and toasted baguette with nuance of fine charcuterie, summer rain-moistened limestone and hints of graphite; full, rich, velvety on the tongue with structure of fine tannins building, mouthwatering and flavorful on the rather long, impressive finish.

$50.00 the bottle  $255.00 the case of 6



2017 Château Langoa-Barton Saint-Julien

2017 Château Langoa-Barton Saint-Julien

The 2017 Langoa Barton is so beautiful, just as it was en primeur. Rich, fleshy and seductive in the glass, the 2017 exudes charm from the very first taste. Succulent red cherry, red plum, mint, tobacco and blood orange all flesh out in this wonderfully inviting, alluring Saint-Julien from the Barton family. Drink 2022‑2037. Rated 93. - Antonio Galloni, vinous.com March, 2020
The 2017 Langoa-Barton has a wonderful bouquet with blackberry, briary, potpourri and light violet scents that are extremely well integrated with the 60% new oak. Nothing pretentious, nothing extravagant. The palate is medium-bodied with very supple tannin, one of the most pliable Langoa’s that I can recall with plenty of black cherry and cassis fruit on the structured finish. This is a great Langoa-Barton that comes highly recommended. Drink 2022‑2045. Rated 93. - Neal Martin, vinous.com February, 2020

$67.50 the bottle  $688.56 the case



2018 Château Léoville Barton Saint-Julien

2018 Château Léoville Barton Saint-Julien

The 2018 Léoville-Barton is a gorgeous, exotic wine. Crème de cassis, lavender, menthol, licorice and cloves race out of the glass. The 2018 marries the natural opulence of the year with a pretty classic sense of structure, making for one of the more compelling wines of the year. I would give this a good decade in the cellar. There is much to look forward to. I especially admire the energy and poise here. Drink 2030‑2058. Rated 96. - Antonio Galloni, vinous.com March, 2021
Well-polished blackcurrant, cassis and bilberry, everything pretty silky and firm. Not fully showing its generosity at this point but no question that it is going to get there soon. Clear charcoal, graphite and woodsmoke as it opens up. A ton of life ahead, and an appealing sense of mint freshness. Lives up to its en primeur promise - this is Léoville Barton at its most confident. Drink 2026‑2040. Rated 96. - Jane Anson, decanter.com November, 2020

$122.50 the bottle  $1,249.56 the case



2019 Le G de Château Guiraud Bordeaux Blanc Sec

2019 Le G de Château Guiraud Bordeaux Blanc Sec

Sweetness seems to have gone out of fashion of late. And sweet wine seems to have hit the skids, market-wise, as well. So, necessity being the mother of invention, here's a little something, if not completely different, certainly far more prevalent than in days gone by — dry white wine from Sauternes. Produce of about half each certified organically farmed Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon vines an average of 35 years old and planted to sandy gravel and clay gravel soils of Sauternes to the southeast of the city of Bordeaux: lovely yellow gold in color with characteristic waxy Bordelais blanc aromas suggestive of fresh ripe melon, green fig, fresh mint leaves, rain-moistened stone and, with a little air, citrus blossom; oh this is a tactile wine alright, gently glycerol, rounded, cushy, satisfying, but with nerve and spine, pith and underpinning enough to keep fresh melon, citrus and stone-tinged flavors moving along, skipping along fresh and vital and flavorful long on the finish. And, even if completely dry, price-wise, it's a really sweet deal.

$19.99 the bottle  $101.94 the case



2019 Bordeaux Blanc Sec de Suduiraut

2019 Bordeaux Blanc Sec Blanc Sec de Suduiraut

A blend of 52% Semillon and 48% Sauvignon Blanc from fine gravel and sandy soils of Château Suduiraut in Sauternes, some 40 km to the southeast of the city of Bordeaux. To be sure, this is a wine from Sauternes, but one fermented to complete dryness and to be enjoyed immediately for its freshness and vibrancy. Bright yellow gold with glints of green in color; aromas of citrus peel, sweet citrus flower, fresh cool melon and eventually green fig and cool mint; slippery smooth on the tongue, caressing in texture with delicate flavors that fully deliver on the promise of the aromatics.

$19.99 the bottle  $101.94 the case of 6



2018 Château Meyney Saint-Estèphe

2018 Château Meyney Saint-Estèphe

The 2018 Meyney is every bit as impressive as it was en primeur. Technical Director Anne Le Naour has done a terrific job in reining in some of the excess weight and power of previous vintages, but without sacrificing richness. Classy and layered, Meyney boasts fabulous depth and tons of character. Ripe red/purplish fruit, spice, blood orange, smoke and incense are some of the many aromas and flavors that mesh together. The 2018 offers striking immediacy, but also has enough structure to develop well in bottle for 15-20 years, maybe more. The 2018 Meyney is a wine of immense pleasure. Best of all, it is a tremendous value. Drink 2023-2043. Rated 93. - Antonio Galloni, vinous.com March, 2021

$42.50 the bottle  $216.78 the case of 6



2016 Château Prieuré-Lichine Margaux

2016 Château Prieuré-Lichine Margaux

The 2016 Prieuré-Lichine is all class. Floral, silky and nuanced to the core, the 2016 is a wine of pure and total seduction. Freshly cut flowers, vibrant red fruit and creamy tannins all add to the wine's undeniable allure. In 2016, Prieuré-Lichine is all class, not to mention one of the sleepers of the vintage. Don't miss it! Tasted two times. Drink 2022-2041. Rated 96. - Antonio Galloni, vinous.com January, 2019

$62.50 the bottle  $318.78 the case of 6



2016 Château Corbin Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Classé

2016 Château Corbin Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Classé

The 2016 Corbin is a gorgeous, supple Saint-Émilion that will drink well with minimal cellaring. Floral notes add brightness and energy to a core of red cherry and plum fruit. Hints of chocolate, leather and menthol shape the persistent, substantial finish. A racy wine with no hard edges and tons of pure harmony, the 2016 is simply impeccable today. Tasted two times. Drink 2018-2028. Rated 93. - Antonio Galloni, vinous.com January, 2019

$50.00 the bottle  $255.00 the case of 6



2015 Château Corbin Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Classé

2015 Château Corbin Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Classé

A blend of 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc aged for 18 months in barrels, 40% new, the 2015 Corbin is medium garnet-purple colored with cigar box and spice box notions accenting the core of red and black plums, blackberry preserves and earthy layers plus a hint of lavender. The palate is medium to full-bodied, firm, elegant and well balanced with grainy tannins, finishing lively and long. Drink 2020-2037. Rated 92. - Lisa Perrotti-Brown, The Wine Advocate February 21, 2018.

$47.50 the bottle  $484.56 the case



2016 Château du Retout Haut-Médoc

2016 Château du Retout Haut-Médoc

While Cussac-Fort-Médoc might be overlooked in terms of place when one is moving by automobile northward from the city of Bordeaux toward Margaux, it should not be overlooked for the value in good Bordeaux it can afford. Produce of 71% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Merlot, 6% Petit Verdot, this excellent example of Haut-Médoc from the also excellent 2016 vintage is full deep ruby red in color with soil-inflected fleshy Cabernet Sauvignon berry aromas dominant; ample and, at once, slippery and structured (Henry found it plump) on the palate with a nice bursting intensity of flavor, palate-freshening acidity and finely resolved tannins stretching delicious claret flavor long on the finish.

$19.99 the bottle  $203.88 the case



2016 Château Croix de Mai Médoc

2016 Château Croix de Mai Médoc

Produce of 60% Merlot, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Malbec and Petit Verdot vines averaging 55 years in age and grown on gravel soils over a rare left bank outcropping of limestone near the town of Bégadan north of Lesparre on the Médoc peninsula. Deep ruby at the core to garnet at the edges in color; classic, if ripe, claret aromas of fleshy berry and graphite with a hint of toasted baguette after some aeration; velvety in texture, engaging on the palate with a certain potency and vigor, then gently structured with ripe polished tannins that hold it all together and long on the finish. Impressive effort from the far reaches of the northern Médoc.

$19.99 the bottle  $101.94 the case



2016 Château Chapelle d'Aliénor Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge

2016 Château Chapelle d'Aliénor Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge

Produce of mostly Merlot with a good dollop of Cabernet Franc and just a skosh of Cabernet Sauvignon fruit grown in vineyards over the hills but not far away from Saint-Émilion. The property has been owned since 2001 by la famille Malet-Roquefort of Château La Gaffelière Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Classé. Chapelle d'Aliénor represents what is possible by way of merely bon vin de Bordeaux, hinting at the greatness of the category of the finest red Bordeaux, but not at all involving a call to one's banker when considering investing in a case. While the opulent and sun-drenched 2015 vintage was our introduction to this wine, the comparatively more fresh and vibrant 2016 is now on the scene and a delicious follow-on. Deep ruby in color with aromas of fleshy Merlot fruit holding sway, suggesting dark ripe bing cherry, spiced plum, shaved dark chocolate, toasted baguette and a hint of the dusty dry vineyard floor; supple and polished on entry, with gentle intensity of flavor that rings true to the promise of the aromas with emerging ripe round crisp tannins lending a freshness, mouthwateringness and gentle energy that so invite another pull.

$14.99 the bottle  $152.88 the case



2018 Château German Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux

2018 Château German Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux

Produce of 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Cabernet Franc fruit from sustainably-farmed vines averaging 35 to 40 years in age and planted to sandy subsoils on a base of iron and clay near Saint Magne de Castillon within the Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux appellation. Medium ruby in color with aromas suggestive of plum and spice, blueberry, blackberry and a good winegrowing earth; supple, almost slippery on entry, gentle on the tongue but not lacking in spine; well-rounded with a warm and generous palate feel and gentle well-rounded tannins stretching the flavors out long on the finish; this has what our winebuyer likes to call 'wineyness' (it sounds much better in French — vinosité) and, at its right reasonable price, this is right bank Bordeaux for the rest of us.

$11.99 the bottle  $122.28 the case



2018 Château de Benauge Cuvée des Seigneurs Bordeaux Supérieur

2018 Château de Benauge Cuvée des Seigneurs Bordeaux Supérieur

Built in the 11th century on the highest point of the Entre-Deux-Mers, the Château de Benauge (a fortified castle, to be sure) has dominated the nearby vineyards for over a thousand years. Endowed with a rich and thrilling history, it was notably a hotbed of resistance to the Gascon revolt in the fall of 1253. In 1426 by royal decision of King Henry VI (king of both France and England at the time), the viscount was officially established as the county of Benauge. The Château de Benauge has been listed as an historical monument since 1995. And while the Entre-Deux-Mers may not now be so exalted in terms of its wines, it is doing noble work supplying solid trustworthy red and white wines at prices the rest of us can the more easily afford. From the fruit of 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon vines averaging 25 years in age planted to the clay and gravel soils of the south-facing hillside beneath the château, this 2018 Château de Benauge Cuvée des Seigneurs Bordeaux Supérieur (red wines from the Entre-Deux-Mers are typically labelled Bordeaux Supérieur) is a dense almost opaque ruby in color with aromas that stick to the script, it's grapes and good winegrowing earth; fleshy, ripe, dark-fruited with good intensity of flavor, medium full in body with underpinning of dusty ripe tannins that any typical good-quality Bordeaux would demonstrate.

$8.75 the bottle  $89.28 the case



2018 Château Carbonnieux Graves Péssac-Léognan Blanc

2018 Château Carbonnieux Graves Pessac-Léognan Blanc

The 2017 Carbonnieux Blanc is absolutely lovely. Lemon confit, white flowers and green orchard fruit open up first, followed by a range of bright citrus and floral notes that add brilliance to a very pretty upper register. Drink 2020-2027. Rated 91. - Antonio Galloni, vinous.com March, 2020

The 2017 Carbonnieux Blanc has a very harmonious bouquet with scents of lime, white flowers, melon and grapefruit that gradually unfold with aeration. The palate is well balanced with a little more weight and persistence than the Deuxième Vin, though truth is that there is not an enormous qualitative difference between the two. But here I appreciate the salinity on the finish and I suspect it will age with style. Drink 2022-2038. Rated 92. - Neal Martin, vinous.com February, 2020

$50.00 the bottle  $255.00 the case of 6


All bottles are 750ml in size and all cases are of 12/750ml bottles unless otherwise indicated. All orders subject to confirmation. All wines subject to prior sale.


2020 Bordeaux En Primeur
2020 Bordeaux En Primeur

The vintage of 2020 is causing a stir in Bordeaux wine-loving circles, not least of the reasons why is that it is the second sequence of high-quality eight, nine and aught vintages running, even harkening back to the splendid trio of the 1988, 1989 and 1990 vintages, also known as «les trois glorieueses». As is most always the case here, we will offer the wines on a reservations basis, which is to say, we don't require you to pay up front — you make your reservation(s) now but hang onto your cash, making payment and then taking delivery just following the wines' expected arrival here in the spring of 2023 or thereabouts. Please just give us a call at (512) 499‑0512 or send us an e-Mail message with questions, comments, orders. Click here or on the images above to see the complete offering.



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12 750 2016 Lanessan, Château Château Lanessan Haut-Médoc $24.99
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12 750 2016 Grand-Puy-Lacoste, Château Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste Pauillac $125.00
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1 750   Pontet-Canet, Château Château Pontet-Canet Pauillac Vertical Selection (6 bottles, 2 bottles each: 2006, 2008, 2009) $1200.00
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12 750 2018 Lécuyer, Château Château Lécuyer Pomerol $52.50
6 750 2018 Dillon, Domaine Clarence Domaine Clarence Dillon Saint-Émilion de Quintus $29.99
6 750 2018 Beauséjour Héritiers Duffau-Lagarrosse, Château Château Beauséjour Héritiers Duffau-Lagarrosse Saint-Émilion Grand Cru $175.00
12 750 2018 Corbin, Château Château Corbin Saint-Émilion Grand Cru $52.50
6 750 2016 Corbin, Château Château Corbin Saint-Émilion Grand Cru $50.00
6 750 2015 Corbin, Château Château Corbin Saint-Émilion Grand Cru $47.50
12 750 2018 Grand Barrail Lamarzelle Figeac, Château Château Grand Barrail Lamarzelle Figeac Saint-Émilion Grand Cru $32.50
6 750 2011 Magdelaine, Château Château Magdelaine Saint-Émilion Grand Cru $100.00
6 750 2015 Bélair-Monange, Château Château Bélair-Monange Saint-Émilion 1er Grand Cru Classé $187.50
12 750 2016 Fonroque, Château Château Fonroque Saint-Émilion 1er Grand Cru Classé $55.00
6 750 2016 Jacobins, Clos des Clos des Jacobins Saint-Émilion 1er Grand Cru Classé $50.00
12 750 2015 Jacobins, Clos des Clos des Jacobins Saint-Émilion 1er Grand Cru Classé $47.50
12 750 2017 Calon Ségur, Château de Château Calon Ségur Saint-Estèphe $125.00
12 750 2008 Calon Ségur, Château de Château Calon Ségur Saint-Estèphe $167.50
12 750 2017 Capbern, Château Château Capbern Saint-Estèphe $29.99
6 750 2018 Meyney, Château de Château Meyney Saint-Estèphe $42.50
12 750 2017 Meyney, Château de Château Meyney Saint-Estèphe $40.00
12 750 2014 Meyney, Château de Château Meyney Saint-Estèphe $37.50
12 750 2016 Montrose, Château Château Montrose Saint-Estèphe $187.50
12 750 2019 Corbin, Château Saint-André Château Saint-André Corbin Saint-Georges-Saint-Émilion $22.50
12 750 2016 Saint-Georges, Château Château Saint-Georges Saint-Georges Saint-Émilion $29.99
12 750 2018 Branaire-Ducru, Château Château Branaire-Ducru Saint-Julien $75.00
12 750 2017 Branaire-Ducru, Château Château Branaire-Ducru Saint-Julien $75.00
6 750 2018 Ducru-Beaucaillou, Le Petit Ducru Le Petit Ducru de Ducru-Beaucaillou Saint-Julien $40.00
12 750 2018 Langoa Barton, Château Château Langoa Barton Saint-Julien $72.50
12 750 2017 Langoa Barton, Château Château Langoa Barton Saint-Julien $67.50
12 750 2018 Léoville-Barton, Château Château Léoville-Barton Saint-Julien $122.50
12 750 2017 Léoville-Barton, Château Château Léoville-Barton Saint-Julien $112.50
24 375 2017 Léoville-Barton, Château Château Léoville-Barton Saint-Julien $53.75
6 750 2016 Léoville-Barton, Château Château Léoville-Barton Saint-Julien $175.00
12 750 2012 Léoville-Barton, Château Château Léoville-Barton Saint-Julien $125.00
12 750 2017 Léoville-Poyferré, Château Château Léoville-Poyferré Saint-Julien $112.50
12 750 2014 Léoville-Poyferré, Château Château Léoville-Poyferré Saint-Julien $112.50
12 750 2017 Marquis, Clos du Clos du Marquis Saint-Julien $75.00

All orders subject to confirmation. All wines subject to prior sale.


Vins Blancs Sec de Bordeaux

Pack Size Vintage Producer Key Producer Description Bottle
12 750 2020 Ducasse, Château Château Ducasse Bordeaux Blanc $18.75
12 750 2019 Ducasse, Château Château Ducasse Bordeaux Blanc $18.75
12 750 2020 Lamothe de Haux, Château Château Lamothe de Haux Bordeaux Blanc $18.75
12 750 2019 Marjosse, Château Château Marjosse Bordeaux Blanc $13.75
6 750 2019 Guiraud, Château Château Guiraud Bordeaux Blanc Sec Le G de Château Guiraud $19.99
6 750 2019 Suduiraut, Château Château Suduiraut Bordeaux Blanc Sec de Suduiraut $19.99
6 750 2017 Yquem, Château d' Château d'Yquem Bordeaux Blanc Y de Château d'Yquem $175.00
6 750 2016 Yquem, Château d' Château d'Yquem Bordeaux Blanc Y de Château d'Yquem $187.50
12 750 2019 Graville-Lacoste, Château Château Graville-Lacoste Graves Blanc $18.75
12 750 2018 Carbonnieux, Château Château Carbonnieux Graves Pessac-Léognan Blanc $42.50
6 750 2016 Fieuzal, Château de Château de Fieuzal Graves Pessac-Léognan Blanc $67.50
12 750 2016 Chevalier, Domaine de Domaine de Chevalier Graves Pessac-Léognan Blanc $132.50

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Vins Blancs Doux de Bordeaux

Pack Size Vintage Producer Key Producer Description Bottle
12 750 2016 Climens, Château Château Climens Barsac Sauternes 1er Cru $92.50
12 375 2017 Lafaurie-Peyraguey, Château Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey Sauternes $40.00
24 375 2018 Roûmieu-Lacoste, Château Château Roûmieu-Lacoste Sauternes $29.99
12 375 2017 Suduiraut, Lions de Lions de Suduiraut Sauternes $17.50

All orders subject to confirmation. All wines subject to prior sale.

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The Austin Wine Merchant
512 West Sixth Street  Austin, Texas 78701-2806 USA
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