Château Figeac 2006 France
Château Saint Georges Cote Pavie 2005 Bordeaux Saint-Emilion France
Château Milens 2005 Bordeaux France
Château Pavie Macquin 1996. The Château Pavie Macquin in 1996 has a deep red color. On the nose aromas of black fruits and truffles with a touch of peony. The mouth is full with minty flavors with a nice minerality with silky tannins. The finish is long, delicate and greedy.
Château La Marzelle 2011 Magnum. Château La Marzelle in 2011 has a ruby color. On the nose aromas of red fruits, vanilla and toasted baric notes. The palate is full-bodied with Kirch flavors, plums with frank tannins. The finish is long and tasty.
Château Beauséjour Heritiers Duffau-Lagarrosse Grand Cru 2006. Château Beauséjour in 2006 has a purple color. It offers aromas of ripe black berries, truffles and toasty notes. The finish is powerful and warm.
Château Tertre Roteboeuf 2001. The Château Tertre Roteboeuf in 2001 is a Saint-Emilion Grand Cru that has risen to the level of the best Merlots in the world. A very rich, structured and structured wine.
Château Fombrauge Grand Cru 2015. The Château Fombrauge Grand Cru in 2015 has a brilliant ruby color. On the nose aromas of blackberries, figs and blackcurrant. The palate is harmonious with flavors of blackberries, red fruits, notes of creamy toasted oak. The finish is long, elegant and fresh.
Château Canon La Gaffelière 1998. The Château Canon La Gaffelière in 1998 is elegant and sweet and offers aromas of strawberries, black cherries and blackcurrant delicately infused with toasted oak. The finish is long and delicate on velvety tannins.
Château Berliquet 2015. The Château Berliquet in 2015 has a nose with aromas of red berries and floral notes. In the mouth, fruit flavors. A fresh and tense finish.
Château Troplong Mondot 2008 Impériale. The Château Troplong Mondot in 2008 has a nose with blackcurrant, liquorice and spice aromas. The palate is full-bodied with ripe red fruits and sweet tannins. The final is long.
Château Clos Fourtet 2000. The Château Clos Fourtet in 2000 is very fragrant with aromas of blackcurrant, black cherries, sweet spice and a note of wood. The finish is gourmet and tasty on silky tannins.
Château Beau-Séjour Bécot 2009. The Château Beau-Séjour Bécot in 2000 reveals an intense bouquet of heated merrain and compote fruits. The palate is rich and offers flavors of cooked fruits, cocoa and woody notes. The finish is intense and rich.
Château La Gaffelière 2015. The Château La Gaffelière in 2015 reveals aromas of black cherries, blackberries and oak notes. The palate is elegant and offers flavors of black fruits and truffles. The finish is well balanced with fine tannins.
Château Angélus 2014. The Château Angélus in 2014 has a concentrated black color. The nose offers aromas of confit fruits, caramel, toasted almonds and a touch of mocha. The mouth is creamy with the flavors of cassis on velvety tannins. A long and harmonious finish, well structured filled with finesse and freshness.
Château La Gaffelière 2012. The Château La Gaffelière in 2012 has a purple color. On the nose aromas of kirsch, black fruit, licorice and spices. A fresh and structured mouth, powerful, dominated by mineral notes with a slight acidity. An elegant finish, long velvety tannins. A charming wine.
Château Gaillard 2012. The Château Gaillard in 2012 has an intense color and vivid. A mellow nose, delicately woody, offers notes of toast, peppery spice and tobacco. On the palate, the tannins are velvety. A long, fine and elegant.
Château Pavie Macquin 2011. The Château Pavie Macquin in 2011 by Jean-Marc Quarin : Tasting place at the estate Purple. Fruity and slightly resinous nose. The palate entry is soft and wine develops fruity, aromatic, with a slightly discreet body but soft and tasty. Finely tannic finish of good length.
Château Moulin Saint Georges 2010. The Château Moulin Saint Georges 2010 by Jean Marc Quarin: Fine nose, fruity, fresh and sweet. Entry into finely luscious mouth. The base wine with taste and an original lemon note. Final sappy, long shrouded the very tannicity. A must for the property.