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Domaine du Jaugaret, St. Julien, 2015 (750ml)
Timeless wine in the style of Bel Air Marquis d'Aligre with small parcels very close to the most prestigious Medocs, yet naturally cultivated. No weed killers or pesticides. It could be easily certified organic, but they refuse to deal with the paperwork
Chateau Sociando Mallet, Haut-Medoc, 2000 (750ml)
We have been lucky to drink many older bottles of S-M in the last few years, and we have concluded over and over that these are some special bottles. We jumped on the opportunity to grab a few perfectly stored bottles from a negociant in France.
Château Potensac, Médoc, 2001 (750ml)
“Always impressively made by Jean-Hubert, Delon Potensac’s 2001 is an elegant, medium-bodied Medoc offering dried herb and berry fruit characteristics in an open-knit, attractively fruity, pure style. Restaurants should be buying this one by the case for
Montrose, St. Estephe de Montrose, 2014 (750ml)
Montrose is a Super Second…which means super expensive, unless you go for this lighter and more accessible version of the wine produced by the same Chateau. Still a serious Bordeaux in need of care and decanting, this is an all around pleasing wine.