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croix de beaucaillou 2018 - wimbledon wine cellar

Croix de Beaucaillou 2018 Bordeaux En Primeur

Croix de Beaucaillou is in many ways it’s own wine – produced from a separate parcel of vines further inland than the rest of the estate, nearer Ch. Talbot. This being said, it is still produced by Bruno Borie’s superb team at Ducru Beaucaillou and is an absolutely superb glass of Saint-Julien.

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chateaux poesia 2018 - wimbledon wine cellar

Chateaux Poesia 2018 Bordeaux En Primeur

Ch. Poesia was started in 2014 by  Helene Garcin and Patrice Leveque, buying parcels of the old Ch. Haut Villet. Sustainable farming was introduced immediately and 7 of the estates 13.2 hectares of vines were left fallow for five years to allow the soil to rejuvenate.

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£300.00 a case (12 x 75cl)
Clos lunelles 2018 - wimbledon wine cellar

Clos Lunelles 2018 Bordeaux En Primeur

Owned by Gerard Perse of Ch. Pavie, Clos Lunelles is one of the leading estates of Castillon-Cotes-du-Bordeaux. Planted on peak of the limestone plateau in Cotes de Castillon, this full-bodied claret will drink perfectly in two years and last for a decade or more.

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Fiefs Lagrange 2018 - wimbledon wine cellar

Fiefs de Lagrange 2018 Bordeaux En Primeur

Ch. Lagrange is one of the largest estates in St Julien, covering two hillsides of deep gravel and clay. Fiefs de Lagrange is a chance to taste this excellent claret without paying the hefty price-tag of the first wine.

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£240.00 a case (12 x 75cl)
Latour Martillac 2018 - wimbledon wine cellar

Chateaux LaTour-Martillac 2018 Bordeaux En Primeur

Ch. LaTour-Martillac is named for the medieval tower built for in the 12th century by the ancestors of noted French political philosopher Montesquieu. Originally producing mainly white wines, the Kressmann family (who still manage the estate today) replanted the vines to produce red wines in around 1930.

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£340.00 a case (12 x 75cl)