Alter Ego de Château Palmer 2006 Bordeaux Margaux France
Château Kirwan 2005 Bordeaux France
Château Giscours 2013. The Château Giscours in 2013 has a garnet color. On the nose aromas of red fruits and undergrowth. The palate offers cassis and cherry flavors on sustained tannins. The finish is well balanced, long and fleshy.
Alter Ego de Château Palmer 2015. The Alter Ego of Château Palmer in 2015 has a black color. On the nose aromas of wild berries, spices and a hint of menthol. The palate is dense and elegant with flavors of black fruits and spices. The finish is silky, greedy and fresh.
Alter Ego de Château Palmer 2011. The Alter Ego of Château in 2011 has a garnet red color. On the nose aromas of black fruits and spices. The palate is frank with red fruit flavors with silky tannins. The finish is long and tasty.
Château Giscours 2002. The Château Giscours in 2002 has a ruby color. On the nose aromas of smoked herbs and a note of tobacco. The palate is full-bodied with black cherry flavors. The finish is powerful, elegant and noble.
Château Brane Cantenac 2010. Château Brane Cantenac in 2010 is an elegant and refined wine with aromas of cassis, peony and menthol. The finish is long on a woody note.
Château Brane Cantenac 2015. The Château Brane Cantenac in 2015 has a garnet color. A subtle and complex nose with fruit aromas, floral notes and a perfectly integrated oak. The palate is full with ripe and refined tannins with a nice minerality. A very long and gourmet finale.
Château Margaux 2005. The Château Margaux in 2005 has a nose with aromas of blackcurrant, spring flowers and a spice tip. The palate is medium-bodied with red fruit flavors. The finish is long, elegant and noble.
Blason D'Issan 2014. The Blason of Issan in 2014 reveals a nose with the aromas of blackcurrant and blackberry with a nice crunch. The palate offers sweet, elegant tannins with blackberry flavors. The finish is silky filled with freshness.
Château D'Issan 2010. The Château Issan in 2010 has a purple color. The complex nose offers scents of spring flowers, blueberries and blackberries. The palate is well balanced with aromas of blackcurrant on notes of tar and charcoal. The finish is medium bodied and supple.
Château Dauzac 2012. The Château Dauzac in 2012 has a purple color with purple hues. A complex nose with aromas of cassis and mocha on a wooded and refined touch. A fresh and elegant palate with notes of black fruit with fine, silky tannins. A long finish, bodied on a hint of liquorice. A powerful wine.
Château Lascombes 2004. The Château Lascombes in 2004 has a purple color, brilliant. The tasty balanced notes of ripe red fruits and delicate wood. A mouth suave, becoming ample and aromatic with soft tannins. A beautiful and powerful, balanced finish. A success!