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Year Wine Region Format Qty Score Price Wishlist
Ausone 2018 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £1,676.36
2018

Ausone 2018 (1x150cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

The 2018 Ausone is a blend of 60% Cabernet Franc and 40% Merlot. Deep garnet-purple in color, rather predictably, the nose is almost completely shut-down on first sniff, taking considerable aeration to begin to reveal its jaw-dropping perfume of ripe black cherries, wild blueberries and plum preserves, leading to suggestions of candied violets, molten chocolate, licorice and crushed rocks with subtle cedar and pencil lead hints. The medium to full-bodied palate (14.5% alcohol) is so tightly wound and nuanced at this stage, it requires a lot of focus unravel all that is going on here. In short: a lot. The ripe, rich, black and blue fruit layers eventually give way to the beautifully cerebral earthy/minerally subtext, carried by fantastically well-knit tension, delivering an incredibly long, foundation-shaking finish. If the earth doesn't move when you drink this, you're probably not doing it right.
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Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £1,676.36
Cheval Blanc 1990 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £4,572.56
1990

Cheval Blanc 1990 (1x150cl)

Decanter (100)

The standout wine of the entire tasting. Powerful, smooth, mouthfilling sweetness, still deeply coloured. You will find it hard to track down this wine on the market today, and even more difficult to avoid paying crazy sums for it, but I can assure you that it stands out for the intense, finely picked-out, fleshy fruit notes of sweet damson and plum unrolling against smoked coffee and liquorice notes. Truffles, tobacco and exotic spices are all here – and it’s hard to imagine how it can have done better. Oh, and Le Petit Cheval in this vintage was 98% Cabernet Franc, so another one to look out for if the beauty of the Cabernet in the main wine is anything to go by. Harvest 11-25 September, 40hl/ha yield. They made 76% first wine and 12% Petit Cheval, with the rest sold off in bulk.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (DC) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £4,572.56
Cheval Blanc 2000 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £2,120.96
2000

Cheval Blanc 2000 (1x150cl)

Wine Spectator (100)

Superripe, with berry, licorice and cherry. Full-bodied, with big, velvety tannins and a very long finish. Unbelievable. More exuberant and thick than 1998. Score range: 95-100
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (WS) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £2,120.96
Cheval Blanc 2010 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £2,414.36
2010

Cheval Blanc 2010 (1x150cl)

Wine Enthusiast (100)

This is the finest Cheval Blanc for many years. It is, quite simply, magnificent. The wine shows the greatness of Cabernet Franc in the vintage, with 57% of the variety in the blend. It is beautifully structured and perfumed, with velvety tannins, balanced acidity and swathes of black-currant and black-cherry fruits. It's well on course to becoming a legendary wine.
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Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (WE) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £2,414.36
Cos d'Estournel 2016 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £581.96
2016

Cos d'Estournel 2016 (1x150cl)

Vinous (100)

The 2016 Cos d’Estournel was a bona fide showstopper out of barrel, the best that I had encountered in over 20 years of visiting the estate during en primeur, so my expectations were piled high when I returned to find out how it performs in bottle. Deep, almost opaque in color, it sports a very intense but broody bouquet with fathomless deep black fruit tinged with blueberry and violet. The aromas almost seem to envelop the senses. The palate is medium-bodied with ultra-fine tannin that I have never witnessed in any other vintage of Cos d’Estournel. There is a beguiling symmetry to this Saint-Estèphe, as well as unerring mineralité. The persistent, tobacco-tinged finish can be felt 60 second after the wine has departed. This is a monumental, benchmark Cos d’Estournel that will give not years but decades of pleasure, though I suspect it will close down for a period in its youth, hence my drinking window. 13.07% alcohol.
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Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (VN) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £581.96
D'Yquem 2011 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £682.16
2011

D'Yquem 2011 (1x150cl)

Stephen Tanzer - Vinous (97-100 )

(80% semillion and 20% sauvignon blanc; 3.8 pH; 144 g/l residual sugar; 13.8% alcohol): Bright yellow-gold. Captivating nose is marked by sexy lemony botrytis, white peach, mango, guava and saffron. Enters the mouth very dense but remarkably vibrant and pristine thanks to lively acidity, then turns richer and more unctuous in the mid-palate, displaying knockout flavors of fresh tropical fruit, white peach, white flowers, beeswax and wet stone. The finish is pure and extremely long. This amazing young Yquem, one of the finest in the last dozen years, perfectly combines elements of the fresher, more refined Yquems of the recent Dubourdieu years with the more exotic, opulent personality of the wines made under Alexandre de Lur Saluces. The harvest began on September 6 (only in 1893 did it begin earlier) with the young sauvignon blanc vines and even some semillon to preserve freshness. There were four tries in total, ending on October 5. General Manager Pierre Lurton told me that picking practically all the botrytized grapes very quickly in September was the key to guaranteeing a pure, fresh botrytis component. Sandrine Garbay, who has been maitre de chai at d'Yquem for 18 years, also believes this to be one of the top Yquems in recent memory, though it really doesn't remind her of any previous Yquem vintage with possible exception of the 2001.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 3 97-100 (ST) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £682.16
Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Romanee-Saint-Vivant Grand Cru 1999 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £12,281.36
1999

Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Romanee-Saint-Vivant Grand Cru 1999 (1x150cl)

LaRVF (100)

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Romanée Saint-Vivant Grand Cru 1999
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5-7 weeks

Burgundy 1x150cl 1 100 (RVF) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £12,281.36
Lafite Rothschild 1986 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £2,315.36
1986

Lafite Rothschild 1986 (1x150cl)

Decanter (100)

We are in perfectly-aged claret territory here, the most beautiful impression of a wine at its plateau. It's perfectly ready to drink and is still generous, with a long life ahead of it. Its spicy notes, touches of pencil lead and still-concentrated cassis combine with menthol, buttery leather and that classic Médoc saline, mineral-edged flourish - this is the height of well-aged Cabernet Sauvignon.
as per photos Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (DC) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £2,315.36
Lafite Rothschild 2000 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £3,091.76
2000

Lafite Rothschild 2000 (1x150cl)

James Suckling (100)

The nose is fresh, bright, and dense. With aromas of violets, minerals, spices, cool stones, mint, dark fruits, and plum skins, this is beautiful. Very much still a baby right now, it needs much more time. This is a wine for the next generation. Finesse and elegance, truly a wine that makes you contemplate life. This is not about power, there is really nothing like it. 93% Cabernet Sauvignon. Do not even think about touching this for another ten years, 2020. 15+25+25+35. Find the wine
As per photo Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (JS) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £3,091.76
Lafite Rothschild 2018 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £2,078.36
2018

Lafite Rothschild 2018 (1x150cl)

Wine Advocate (98-100)

The 2018 Lafite Rothschild is blended of 91% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8.5% Merlot and 0.5% Petit Verdot and has 13.3% alcohol. The Merlot was harvested September 17-24, the Cabernet Sauvignon was harvested September 25 to October 5, and the Cabernet Franc was harvested on September 24. It has a deep purple-black color and then WOW—what a nose. It comes sashaying out of the glass with bags of grace and perfume, revealing notions of lilacs, red roses, fragrant soil, cinnamon stick and Morello cherries with a core of blackcurrant cordial, fresh black plums, redcurrant jelly and tapenade plus a waft of iron ore. Medium-bodied, the palate has wonderful, tightly wound layers of black, red and blue fruits intermingled with floral, earth and mineral notions and a rock-solid frame of the most finely pixelated tannins you can possibly imagine. Anyone who wants to see what I mean when I babble about the Lafite tannins needs to try this benchmark. The finish goes on, and on, and on. If this wine doesn’t get Bordeaux lovers hearts' racing, nothing will.
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Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 98-100 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £2,078.36
Lafleur 2017 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £3,134.36
2017

Lafleur 2017 (1x150cl)

Antonio Galloni - Vinous (100)

I tasted many superb 2017s, but only a few that are viscerally thrilling and emotional. The 2017 Lafleur is one of a handful of wines that ascends into the stratosphere. Rich and exotically beautiful, the 2017 possesses off-the-charts intensity, tremendous aromatic depth and an impossibly long finish. A rush of dark plum, licorice, leather and mocha leaves the last impression in a wine I can only describe as: eternal. The 2017 spent about nine months in oak, 30% new. It is a towering achievement from the Guinaudeau family and their trusted associate, Omri Ram. If you can find it, buy it. And please invite me over sometime to share it with you!
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Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (VN (AG)) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £3,134.36
Latour 2009 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £2,320.16
2009

Latour 2009 (1x150cl)

The Wine Cellar Insider (100)

You can sense the ripeness of the sunny vintage in the nose, with its joyous red berries, tobacco leaf, oyster shell, vanilla smoke, mint, cigar box and dark chocolate. Sensuous on the palate, with silky tannins and sweet, ripe, pure fruits, the wine is all power, grace, symmetry and elegance. This is a sexy vintage of Latour that you can really feel, as the wine rests and expands on your palate. Yes this is young. So if you are going to open a bottle, give it 2-3 hours of air, or wait another decade. This is one of the memorable tasting experiences that was impossible to spit.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (WCI) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £2,320.16
Latour 2010 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £3,248.36
2010

Latour 2010 (1x150cl)

Vinous (100)

The 2010 Latour can be summed up in two words: “The king.” It convincingly asserts its superiority over other 2010s, including First Growths, in terms of its aromatic complexity, precision, balance, intensity, complexity and persistence. Simply a faultless Latour that ranks among its greatest achievements. Tasted from an ex-château bottle.
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Bordeaux 1x150cl 3 100 (VN) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £3,248.36
Le Pin 2005 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £7,260.56
2005

Le Pin 2005 (1x150cl)

Wine Spectator (95-100)

This is so floral, spicy and complex. It's hard to believe. Some lavender and berry. Full-bodied, with fine tannins and a long, long finish. Very Burgundian. Score range: 95-100
As per photo Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 95-100 (WS) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £7,260.56
Margaux 2000 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £2,536.16
2000

Margaux 2000 (1x150cl)

Decanter (100)

Violet and iris aromatics curling out of the glass, starting to reach their full expression at 20 years old. Beautifully finessed and elegant, with hints of black truffle, cloves and rich blackberry fruits, this is a vintage that showcases the best of Margaux. It took its time to reach this point but it has been worth the wait, and the wine just gets better and better over a few hours in the glass. Highlights the success of the partnership between owner Corinne Mentzelopoulos and director Paul Pontantallier, with this château delivering some of the most memorable wines of the turn of the century years in Bordeaux.
repack Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (DC) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £2,536.16
Montrose 1990 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £1,792.16
1990

Montrose 1990 (1x150cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

Tasted at the Montrose vertical in London, the 1990 Montrose is a blend of 64% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Merlot and 4% Cabernet Franc (almost identical to the 1989 Montrose) and picked between 14 September and 3 October. It has a formidable reputation and for years it overshadowed the 1989. That said, it is well known that there are incidences of brettanomyces that compromise some bottles and the one bottle in London showed just a tincture of this. It still merited a score of 97/100, though it only served to highlight the ethereal delineation of the 1989. Then literally a couple of days later. I was served blind a magnum of the 1990 Montrose in Cape Town, which had been purchased on release and stored in perfect conditions. Now, here was the real deal, unfettered by any infection, a regal Saint Estèphe. It shows approximately the same evolution as the 1989 in bottle, but unsurprisingly showed less bricking in magnum format. The bouquet is cut from a different cloth to the 1989 and attests to that warm vintage: hickory, clove, undergrowth and wild fennel, later garrigue-like scents and terracotta, the latter two more pronounced on the bottle format compared to the youthful magnum. The palate is full-bodied and powerful, yet the balance is perfect, a ballerina-like poise with the structure of the Forth Bridge. It is a multi-layered Montrose that offers enormous length, fresh and vibrant with the magnum demonstrating tangible mineralite and tension as it fans out on the crescendo of a finish—a fanfare for Saint Estèphe in all its glory. Improving all the time in the glass, this example of 1990 Montrose is a privilege to behold. One can speculate whether larger formats are a safer bet in terms of experiencing this behemoth without any brettanomyces. Perhaps. However, if you do come across the 1990 Montrose like this, you are in the presence of a king. Tasted January 2017.
As per photos Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £1,792.16
Palmer 2018 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £1,019.36
2018

Palmer 2018 (1x150cl)

Vinous (AG) (100)

The 2018 Palmer is even more impressive from bottle than it was from barrel, and that is saying something. Rich, exotic and beautifully layered, Palmer is a real head-turner in 2018. Inky dark fruit, chocolate, licorice, espresso and sweet floral notes build over time, but it is the wine's stunning depth and textural voluptuousness that elevate it into the realm of the truly sublime. As I wrote in my initial review, the 2018 Palmer is a freak of nature from yields of just 11 hectoliters per hectare harvested over an entire month. Mildew was especially punishing. There is no Alter Ego, just the Grand Vin. Kudos to CEO Thomas Duroux and his team for what I can only describe as a truly magical wine.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (VN (AG)) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £1,019.36
Petrus 1989 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £10,001.36
1989

Petrus 1989 (1x150cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

How reassuring it is to see this wine, now the darling of international speculators, trophy hunters, et. al. perform so splendidly. My experience with young vintages of Petrus, particularly in the eighties, is that the wines often did not live up to their pre-bottling quality. That has not been the case with the 1989 and 1990. Both wines have consistently provided exhilarating tasting on the few times I have been able to take a look at them. I initially thought the 1990 may have been marginally superior to the 1989, but at present it is a dead heat. Both are enormously jammy, rich, super-concentrated wines that signal a return to the great Petrus of the pre-1976 era. The tannin is well-integrated, but the enormous texture, thickness, and impeccable balance are what make these wines so provocative. The 1989 is more backward and tannic, thus coming across as marginally more structured than the opulent and flashy 1990. Both wines are phenomenally rich and well-endowed, with that sweet inner-core of fruit that possesses layers of intensity. The colors are nearly opaque purple, and the noses are similar, with offerings of jammy black fruits, intertwined with scents of tea, overripe cherries, oranges, and an exotic coconut/caramel component. Both are massive and youthful, with the 1990 clearly more precocious, and for now, the most flattering to drink. The 1989 should hit its peak around 2005 and last for 25-30 years. For readers with the riches of a super-star athlete and, just as importantly, a shrewd wine broker who can locate these wines, these two vintages of Petrus will provide memorable drinking for another three decades. Two prodigious wines!
As per photo Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £10,001.36
Petrus 2009 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £11,954.96
2009

Petrus 2009 (1x150cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

Medium to deep garnet colored, the 2009 Petrus gives up glorious scents of preserved plums, redcurrant jelly, dried rose petals, blackberry compote and mulberries with touches of licorice, Chinese five spice and fragrant earth. Full, rich, plushly textured and oh-so-decadent, it reveals layer upon layer of spice box, black fruit and ferrous notions, finishing long and fragrant.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £11,954.96
Pichon Lalande 2018 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £500.96
2018

Pichon Lalande 2018 (1x150cl)

Wine Spectator (97-100)

This one nails it in 2018, with saturated, almost sappy kirsch, plum and blackberry preserve flavors at the core, inlaid with sweet tobacco, singed vanilla, worn cedar and fresh earth notes. A bolt of graphite provides support. Concentrated, long and very complete. One of the high water marks of the vintage.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 97-100 (WS) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £500.96
Year Wine Region Format Qty Score Price Wishlist
Ausone 2018 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £1,392.50
2018

Ausone 2018 (1x150cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

The 2018 Ausone is a blend of 60% Cabernet Franc and 40% Merlot. Deep garnet-purple in color, rather predictably, the nose is almost completely shut-down on first sniff, taking considerable aeration to begin to reveal its jaw-dropping perfume of ripe black cherries, wild blueberries and plum preserves, leading to suggestions of candied violets, molten chocolate, licorice and crushed rocks with subtle cedar and pencil lead hints. The medium to full-bodied palate (14.5% alcohol) is so tightly wound and nuanced at this stage, it requires a lot of focus unravel all that is going on here. In short: a lot. The ripe, rich, black and blue fruit layers eventually give way to the beautifully cerebral earthy/minerally subtext, carried by fantastically well-knit tension, delivering an incredibly long, foundation-shaking finish. If the earth doesn't move when you drink this, you're probably not doing it right.
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Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £1,392.50
Cheval Blanc 1990 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £3,806.00
1990

Cheval Blanc 1990 (1x150cl)

Decanter (100)

The standout wine of the entire tasting. Powerful, smooth, mouthfilling sweetness, still deeply coloured. You will find it hard to track down this wine on the market today, and even more difficult to avoid paying crazy sums for it, but I can assure you that it stands out for the intense, finely picked-out, fleshy fruit notes of sweet damson and plum unrolling against smoked coffee and liquorice notes. Truffles, tobacco and exotic spices are all here – and it’s hard to imagine how it can have done better. Oh, and Le Petit Cheval in this vintage was 98% Cabernet Franc, so another one to look out for if the beauty of the Cabernet in the main wine is anything to go by. Harvest 11-25 September, 40hl/ha yield. They made 76% first wine and 12% Petit Cheval, with the rest sold off in bulk.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (DC) Read Review/Description In Bond: £3,806.00
Cheval Blanc 2000 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £1,763.00
2000

Cheval Blanc 2000 (1x150cl)

Wine Spectator (100)

Superripe, with berry, licorice and cherry. Full-bodied, with big, velvety tannins and a very long finish. Unbelievable. More exuberant and thick than 1998. Score range: 95-100
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (WS) Read Review/Description In Bond: £1,763.00
Cheval Blanc 2010 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £2,007.50
2010

Cheval Blanc 2010 (1x150cl)

Wine Enthusiast (100)

This is the finest Cheval Blanc for many years. It is, quite simply, magnificent. The wine shows the greatness of Cabernet Franc in the vintage, with 57% of the variety in the blend. It is beautifully structured and perfumed, with velvety tannins, balanced acidity and swathes of black-currant and black-cherry fruits. It's well on course to becoming a legendary wine.
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Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (WE) Read Review/Description In Bond: £2,007.50
Cos d'Estournel 2016 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £480.50
2016

Cos d'Estournel 2016 (1x150cl)

Vinous (100)

The 2016 Cos d’Estournel was a bona fide showstopper out of barrel, the best that I had encountered in over 20 years of visiting the estate during en primeur, so my expectations were piled high when I returned to find out how it performs in bottle. Deep, almost opaque in color, it sports a very intense but broody bouquet with fathomless deep black fruit tinged with blueberry and violet. The aromas almost seem to envelop the senses. The palate is medium-bodied with ultra-fine tannin that I have never witnessed in any other vintage of Cos d’Estournel. There is a beguiling symmetry to this Saint-Estèphe, as well as unerring mineralité. The persistent, tobacco-tinged finish can be felt 60 second after the wine has departed. This is a monumental, benchmark Cos d’Estournel that will give not years but decades of pleasure, though I suspect it will close down for a period in its youth, hence my drinking window. 13.07% alcohol.
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Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (VN) Read Review/Description In Bond: £480.50
D'Yquem 2011 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £564.00
2011

D'Yquem 2011 (1x150cl)

Stephen Tanzer - Vinous (97-100 )

(80% semillion and 20% sauvignon blanc; 3.8 pH; 144 g/l residual sugar; 13.8% alcohol): Bright yellow-gold. Captivating nose is marked by sexy lemony botrytis, white peach, mango, guava and saffron. Enters the mouth very dense but remarkably vibrant and pristine thanks to lively acidity, then turns richer and more unctuous in the mid-palate, displaying knockout flavors of fresh tropical fruit, white peach, white flowers, beeswax and wet stone. The finish is pure and extremely long. This amazing young Yquem, one of the finest in the last dozen years, perfectly combines elements of the fresher, more refined Yquems of the recent Dubourdieu years with the more exotic, opulent personality of the wines made under Alexandre de Lur Saluces. The harvest began on September 6 (only in 1893 did it begin earlier) with the young sauvignon blanc vines and even some semillon to preserve freshness. There were four tries in total, ending on October 5. General Manager Pierre Lurton told me that picking practically all the botrytized grapes very quickly in September was the key to guaranteeing a pure, fresh botrytis component. Sandrine Garbay, who has been maitre de chai at d'Yquem for 18 years, also believes this to be one of the top Yquems in recent memory, though it really doesn't remind her of any previous Yquem vintage with possible exception of the 2001.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 3 97-100 (ST) Read Review/Description In Bond: £564.00
Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Romanee-Saint-Vivant Grand Cru 1999 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £10,230.00
1999

Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Romanee-Saint-Vivant Grand Cru 1999 (1x150cl)

LaRVF (100)

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Romanée Saint-Vivant Grand Cru 1999
As per photo Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Burgundy 1x150cl 1 100 (RVF) Read Review/Description In Bond: £10,230.00
Lafite Rothschild 1986 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £1,925.00
1986

Lafite Rothschild 1986 (1x150cl)

Decanter (100)

We are in perfectly-aged claret territory here, the most beautiful impression of a wine at its plateau. It's perfectly ready to drink and is still generous, with a long life ahead of it. Its spicy notes, touches of pencil lead and still-concentrated cassis combine with menthol, buttery leather and that classic Médoc saline, mineral-edged flourish - this is the height of well-aged Cabernet Sauvignon.
as per photos Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (DC) Read Review/Description In Bond: £1,925.00
Lafite Rothschild 2000 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £2,572.00
2000

Lafite Rothschild 2000 (1x150cl)

James Suckling (100)

The nose is fresh, bright, and dense. With aromas of violets, minerals, spices, cool stones, mint, dark fruits, and plum skins, this is beautiful. Very much still a baby right now, it needs much more time. This is a wine for the next generation. Finesse and elegance, truly a wine that makes you contemplate life. This is not about power, there is really nothing like it. 93% Cabernet Sauvignon. Do not even think about touching this for another ten years, 2020. 15+25+25+35. Find the wine
As per photo Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (JS) Read Review/Description In Bond: £2,572.00
Lafite Rothschild 2018 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £1,727.50
2018

Lafite Rothschild 2018 (1x150cl)

Wine Advocate (98-100)

The 2018 Lafite Rothschild is blended of 91% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8.5% Merlot and 0.5% Petit Verdot and has 13.3% alcohol. The Merlot was harvested September 17-24, the Cabernet Sauvignon was harvested September 25 to October 5, and the Cabernet Franc was harvested on September 24. It has a deep purple-black color and then WOW—what a nose. It comes sashaying out of the glass with bags of grace and perfume, revealing notions of lilacs, red roses, fragrant soil, cinnamon stick and Morello cherries with a core of blackcurrant cordial, fresh black plums, redcurrant jelly and tapenade plus a waft of iron ore. Medium-bodied, the palate has wonderful, tightly wound layers of black, red and blue fruits intermingled with floral, earth and mineral notions and a rock-solid frame of the most finely pixelated tannins you can possibly imagine. Anyone who wants to see what I mean when I babble about the Lafite tannins needs to try this benchmark. The finish goes on, and on, and on. If this wine doesn’t get Bordeaux lovers hearts' racing, nothing will.
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Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 98-100 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £1,727.50
Lafleur 2017 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £2,607.50
2017

Lafleur 2017 (1x150cl)

Antonio Galloni - Vinous (100)

I tasted many superb 2017s, but only a few that are viscerally thrilling and emotional. The 2017 Lafleur is one of a handful of wines that ascends into the stratosphere. Rich and exotically beautiful, the 2017 possesses off-the-charts intensity, tremendous aromatic depth and an impossibly long finish. A rush of dark plum, licorice, leather and mocha leaves the last impression in a wine I can only describe as: eternal. The 2017 spent about nine months in oak, 30% new. It is a towering achievement from the Guinaudeau family and their trusted associate, Omri Ram. If you can find it, buy it. And please invite me over sometime to share it with you!
In Stock in France

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (VN (AG)) Read Review/Description In Bond: £2,607.50
Latour 2009 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £1,929.00
2009

Latour 2009 (1x150cl)

The Wine Cellar Insider (100)

You can sense the ripeness of the sunny vintage in the nose, with its joyous red berries, tobacco leaf, oyster shell, vanilla smoke, mint, cigar box and dark chocolate. Sensuous on the palate, with silky tannins and sweet, ripe, pure fruits, the wine is all power, grace, symmetry and elegance. This is a sexy vintage of Latour that you can really feel, as the wine rests and expands on your palate. Yes this is young. So if you are going to open a bottle, give it 2-3 hours of air, or wait another decade. This is one of the memorable tasting experiences that was impossible to spit.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (WCI) Read Review/Description In Bond: £1,929.00
Latour 2010 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £2,702.50
2010

Latour 2010 (1x150cl)

Vinous (100)

The 2010 Latour can be summed up in two words: “The king.” It convincingly asserts its superiority over other 2010s, including First Growths, in terms of its aromatic complexity, precision, balance, intensity, complexity and persistence. Simply a faultless Latour that ranks among its greatest achievements. Tasted from an ex-château bottle.
In Stock in France

Bordeaux 1x150cl 3 100 (VN) Read Review/Description In Bond: £2,702.50
Le Pin 2005 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £6,046.00
2005

Le Pin 2005 (1x150cl)

Wine Spectator (95-100)

This is so floral, spicy and complex. It's hard to believe. Some lavender and berry. Full-bodied, with fine tannins and a long, long finish. Very Burgundian. Score range: 95-100
As per photo Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 95-100 (WS) Read Review/Description In Bond: £6,046.00
Margaux 2000 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £2,109.00
2000

Margaux 2000 (1x150cl)

Decanter (100)

Violet and iris aromatics curling out of the glass, starting to reach their full expression at 20 years old. Beautifully finessed and elegant, with hints of black truffle, cloves and rich blackberry fruits, this is a vintage that showcases the best of Margaux. It took its time to reach this point but it has been worth the wait, and the wine just gets better and better over a few hours in the glass. Highlights the success of the partnership between owner Corinne Mentzelopoulos and director Paul Pontantallier, with this château delivering some of the most memorable wines of the turn of the century years in Bordeaux.
repack Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (DC) Read Review/Description In Bond: £2,109.00
Montrose 1990 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £1,489.00
1990

Montrose 1990 (1x150cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

Tasted at the Montrose vertical in London, the 1990 Montrose is a blend of 64% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Merlot and 4% Cabernet Franc (almost identical to the 1989 Montrose) and picked between 14 September and 3 October. It has a formidable reputation and for years it overshadowed the 1989. That said, it is well known that there are incidences of brettanomyces that compromise some bottles and the one bottle in London showed just a tincture of this. It still merited a score of 97/100, though it only served to highlight the ethereal delineation of the 1989. Then literally a couple of days later. I was served blind a magnum of the 1990 Montrose in Cape Town, which had been purchased on release and stored in perfect conditions. Now, here was the real deal, unfettered by any infection, a regal Saint Estèphe. It shows approximately the same evolution as the 1989 in bottle, but unsurprisingly showed less bricking in magnum format. The bouquet is cut from a different cloth to the 1989 and attests to that warm vintage: hickory, clove, undergrowth and wild fennel, later garrigue-like scents and terracotta, the latter two more pronounced on the bottle format compared to the youthful magnum. The palate is full-bodied and powerful, yet the balance is perfect, a ballerina-like poise with the structure of the Forth Bridge. It is a multi-layered Montrose that offers enormous length, fresh and vibrant with the magnum demonstrating tangible mineralite and tension as it fans out on the crescendo of a finish—a fanfare for Saint Estèphe in all its glory. Improving all the time in the glass, this example of 1990 Montrose is a privilege to behold. One can speculate whether larger formats are a safer bet in terms of experiencing this behemoth without any brettanomyces. Perhaps. However, if you do come across the 1990 Montrose like this, you are in the presence of a king. Tasted January 2017.
As per photos Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £1,489.00
Palmer 2018 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £845.00
2018

Palmer 2018 (1x150cl)

Vinous (AG) (100)

The 2018 Palmer is even more impressive from bottle than it was from barrel, and that is saying something. Rich, exotic and beautifully layered, Palmer is a real head-turner in 2018. Inky dark fruit, chocolate, licorice, espresso and sweet floral notes build over time, but it is the wine's stunning depth and textural voluptuousness that elevate it into the realm of the truly sublime. As I wrote in my initial review, the 2018 Palmer is a freak of nature from yields of just 11 hectoliters per hectare harvested over an entire month. Mildew was especially punishing. There is no Alter Ego, just the Grand Vin. Kudos to CEO Thomas Duroux and his team for what I can only describe as a truly magical wine.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (VN (AG)) Read Review/Description In Bond: £845.00
Petrus 1989 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £8,330.00
1989

Petrus 1989 (1x150cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

How reassuring it is to see this wine, now the darling of international speculators, trophy hunters, et. al. perform so splendidly. My experience with young vintages of Petrus, particularly in the eighties, is that the wines often did not live up to their pre-bottling quality. That has not been the case with the 1989 and 1990. Both wines have consistently provided exhilarating tasting on the few times I have been able to take a look at them. I initially thought the 1990 may have been marginally superior to the 1989, but at present it is a dead heat. Both are enormously jammy, rich, super-concentrated wines that signal a return to the great Petrus of the pre-1976 era. The tannin is well-integrated, but the enormous texture, thickness, and impeccable balance are what make these wines so provocative. The 1989 is more backward and tannic, thus coming across as marginally more structured than the opulent and flashy 1990. Both wines are phenomenally rich and well-endowed, with that sweet inner-core of fruit that possesses layers of intensity. The colors are nearly opaque purple, and the noses are similar, with offerings of jammy black fruits, intertwined with scents of tea, overripe cherries, oranges, and an exotic coconut/caramel component. Both are massive and youthful, with the 1990 clearly more precocious, and for now, the most flattering to drink. The 1989 should hit its peak around 2005 and last for 25-30 years. For readers with the riches of a super-star athlete and, just as importantly, a shrewd wine broker who can locate these wines, these two vintages of Petrus will provide memorable drinking for another three decades. Two prodigious wines!
As per photo Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £8,330.00
Petrus 2009 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £9,958.00
2009

Petrus 2009 (1x150cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

Medium to deep garnet colored, the 2009 Petrus gives up glorious scents of preserved plums, redcurrant jelly, dried rose petals, blackberry compote and mulberries with touches of licorice, Chinese five spice and fragrant earth. Full, rich, plushly textured and oh-so-decadent, it reveals layer upon layer of spice box, black fruit and ferrous notions, finishing long and fragrant.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 100 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £9,958.00
Pichon Lalande 2018 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £413.00
2018

Pichon Lalande 2018 (1x150cl)

Wine Spectator (97-100)

This one nails it in 2018, with saturated, almost sappy kirsch, plum and blackberry preserve flavors at the core, inlaid with sweet tobacco, singed vanilla, worn cedar and fresh earth notes. A bolt of graphite provides support. Concentrated, long and very complete. One of the high water marks of the vintage.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
5-7 weeks

Bordeaux 1x150cl 1 97-100 (WS) Read Review/Description In Bond: £413.00

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