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By country :: France :: Bordeaux

As a wine merchant, it is always important to have a quality selection of wines from the Bordeaux region, but this is all the more important for us as there are very strong historical links between Britain and the Bordeaux area. It still commands a lot of respect all over the world, particularly in the emerging markets of China and India, as well as more traditional wine drinking nations. The bottom line is that, when it comes to blending the likes of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot, no region is able to produce the same quality than Bordeaux and the highly skilled winemakers that base themselves in the region.

Despite being best known for wines fetching record sale prices in auction houses across the globe, Bordeaux also produces a number of quality entry to mid-range wines that offer excellent value for money. Among these, Château le Grand Verdus is a personal favourite, while we are also delighted to add Château Fonbel St Emilion Grand Cru to our list, a wine produced by the Famille Vauthier, owners of arguably the most famous Château in St Emilion, Château Ausone.

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Brio de Cantenac Brown, Margaux, 2006Brio de Cantenac Brown, Margaux, 2006Our price: £38.00ViewAt the beginning of the 19th century, the esteemed animal painter of Scottish descent, John Lewis Brown, bought the vineyard. Designed by Brown in a traditional Tudor style, the château was host to the grand parties the owner was renowned for, highlighting his love of good wines. 150 years later the Simon Halabi family has given new impetus to the estate with the ambition of raising it to the highest echelons. The vineyard covers 42 hectares (104 acres) and has the gravelly soils, typical of the Médoc area. The attractive white stones reflect the sun’s rays onto the fruit in daytime whilst at night they radiate the heat retained during the day. With José Sanfins in charge, methods have changed and the vineyard is managed in a more environmentally friendly way:the “sustainable approach” goes without saying.Château Cantenac Brown, 3ème Grand Cru Classé José Sanfins 2007Château Cantenac Brown, 3ème Grand Cru Classé José Sanfins 2007Our price: £78.60ViewAt the beginning of the 19th century, the esteemed animal painter of Scottish descent, John Lewis Brown, bought the vineyard. Designed by Brown in a traditional Tudor style, the château was host to the grand parties the owner was renowned for, highlighting his love of good wines. 150 years later the Simon Halabi family has given new impetus to the estate with the ambition of raising it to the highest echelons. The vineyard covers 42 hectares (104 acres) and has the gravelly soils, typical of the Médoc area. The attractive white stones reflect the sun’s rays onto the fruit in daytime whilst at night they radiate the heat retained during the day. With José Sanfins in charge, methods have changed and the vineyard is managed in a more environmentally friendly way: the “sustainable approach” goes without saying.Château de Fonbel, 2009Château de Fonbel, 2009Our price: £28.90ViewProduced by the team at Château Ausone, widely recognised as the best example of quality St Emilion produce, Château de Fonbel covers 16 hectares of land surrounding the town of Saint Emilion. Quality is very much the name of the game here, with even the smallest detail causing great concern to the producers.
Château de Pez, Cru Bourgeois Superieur, 2008Château de Pez, Cru Bourgeois Superieur, 2008Our price: £34.45ViewThe oldest winery in the district of St. Estephe, Château de Pez was established in 1452 by Jean de Briscos. It is now owned by Louis Roederer Champagne, but the estate has had a very eventful history, including a period of time spent under the ownership of the state in the aftermath of the French Revolution. Since then, its reputation has grown so that nowadays, Château de Pez is recognised as one of the leading Bourgeois Superieur wines of the Medoc.Château de Ricaud, Premieres Cotes de Bordeaux, 2010Château de Ricaud, Premieres Cotes de Bordeaux, 2010Our price: £14.40ViewCHÂTEAU DE RICAUD – Bruno Marlet Château Filhot, 2009 (Half bottle)Château Filhot, 2009 (Half bottle)Our price: £21.75ViewThe Château Filhot was founded in 1709 by Romain de Filhot and is now owned managed by one of his descendants: count Henri de Vaucelles. The Château Filhot is a classic Sauternes with specific fresh Sauvignon Blanc flavors character (36% Sauvignon blanc in the blend). The Vineyards are bordered by the Landes forest and are crossed by Ciron (small local river) which creates the ideal microclimate for the development of the botrytis cinerea on the grapes. The harvest is made with successive selections according to the state of maturation of the grapes and the evolution of the noble rot (Botrytis Cinerea).
Château La Croix Blanche 2011Château La Croix Blanche 2011Our price: £14.15ViewOwned and tended to by Claude Guimberteau and his family for five generations, Château La Croix Blanche is an estate at the forefront of the new found interest in St Emilion clarets. In recent years, the quality of Claude’s produce has improved exponentially, the man himself saying that since his family first took control of the vineyard over one hundred years ago, no harvest has been as successful as his most recent.Château Le Grand Verdus Cuvée Generation, 2010Château Le Grand Verdus Cuvée Generation, 2010Our price: £13.25ViewCHÂTEAU LE GRAND VERDUS - Thomas Le Grix de la Salle Château Le Grand Verdus Grande Reserve, 2008Château Le Grand Verdus Grande Reserve, 2008Our price: £20.60ViewCHÂTEAU LE GRAND VERDUS - Thomas Le Grix de la Salle
Château Le Grand Verdus, Bordeaux Blanc, 2012Château Le Grand Verdus, Bordeaux Blanc, 2012Our price: £10.20ViewThe vineyard of Château Le Grand Verdus is located in the heart of a preserved hilly landscape, in the AOC Bordeaux Supérieur area, between the areas of Médoc, Graves and Saint-Emilion, at the gateway to the Entre-Deux-Mers region (between the Garonne and Dordogne rivers), 20 km east of Bordeaux city. Château Manoir de Gay, 2005Château Manoir de Gay, 2005Our price: £38.75ViewChâteau le Gay is situated in the best Pomerol area and is surounded by Petrus, La Fleur and Vieux Certan. Huge investments have been made in the estate under the sound advice of Michel Rolland. Complex aromas of blackberry, olives and cinnamon are followed by a long, silky palate. Full bodied but refined.Château Mayne Graves 2012Château Mayne Graves 2012Our price: £10.15ViewMade from 100% Merlot, this Bordeaux Supérieur has spent 10 months in oak, 25% of which is new. It displays ripe plum jam and chewy black fruit flavours, and its oak is well integrated, with 'pain grillé' flavours.
Château Moulin La Gravière, 2011Château Moulin La Gravière, 2011Our price: £24.15ViewCHÂTEAU MOULIN LA GRAVIERE - Catherine Peré Vergé Château Pibran Cru Bourgeois, 2008Château Pibran Cru Bourgeois, 2008Our price: £40.70ViewPibran is an old Medoc name. Its highly reputed vineyard covers one of the finest outcrops of Pauillac. The estate, which originally had just 10 hectares, was expanded in 2001 following the purchase of neighbouring property Château Tour Pibran to reach the current size of 17 hectares of superb Garonne gravel soil. Today the wine of Pibran and second wine Tour Pibran are carefully made by Jean René Matignon and his team of Château Pichon Longueville in their state-of-the-art winery. Château Segla 2eme Cru Classè 2007Château Segla 2eme Cru Classè 2007Our price: £41.00ViewLocated in the prestigious Margaux appellation, Château Rauzan-Ségla, or Château Rausan-Ségla as it is referred to in some vintages, is a 51 hectare vineyards which cultivates Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. They produce two reds, their grand vin named Château Rauzan-Ségla, as well as a secondary wine, made from surplus grand vin stocks, Ségla.
Chateau de Sours,Blanc, 2013Chateau de Sours,Blanc, 2013Our price: £12.40ViewSituated high up on a commanding limestone plateau just to the south-west of Libourne and Pomerol and facing St. Emilion, the great beauty and tranquility of Chateau de Sours will leave you spellbound. Chateau de Sours originally dates back to the 14th century, when it served as an inn on the ‘St. Jacques de Compostelle’ pilgrimage route to Northern Spain. The Comtes du Richemont, who survived French Revolution, subsequently renovated the property, planted its first vines and built the current house in 1792. Since 2004 Chateau de Sours has been under the watchful stewardship of Martin and Nicolette Krajewski who have, during that time, carefully restored the property to its former glory. Today they continue to blend the traditional rigour and craftsmanship of the region with a modern, creative approach and produce some of Bordeaux’s most respected red and white wines, as well as a top class rosé that has been credited ‘as probably the best rosé in the world’.Chateau de Sours,Rose, 2013Chateau de Sours,Rose, 2013Our price: £12.00ViewSituated high up on a commanding limestone plateau just to the south-west of Libourne and Pomerol and facing St. Emilion, the great beauty and tranquility of Chateau de Sours will leave you spellbound.Chateau de Sours originally dates back to the 14th century, when it served as an inn on the ‘St. Jacques de Compostelle’ pilgrimage route to Northern Spain. The Comtes du Richemont, who survived French Revolution, subsequently renovated the property, planted its first vines and built the current house in 1792. Since 2004 Chateau de Sours has been under the watchful stewardship of Martin and Nicolette Krajewski who have, during that time, carefully restored the property to its former glory. Today they continue to blend the traditional rigour and craftsmanship of the region with a modern, creative approach and produce some of Bordeaux’s most respected red and white wines, as well as a top class rosé that has been credited ‘as probably the best rosé in the world’.Chateau de Sours,Rouge, 2011Chateau de Sours,Rouge, 2011Our price: £13.20ViewSituated high up on a commanding limestone plateau just to the south-west of Libourne and Pomerol and facing St. Emilion, the great beauty and tranquility of Chateau de Sours will leave you spellbound.Chateau de Sours originally dates back to the 14th century, when it served as an inn on the ‘St. Jacques de Compostelle’ pilgrimage route to Northern Spain. The Comtes du Richemont, who survived French Revolution, subsequently renovated the property, planted its first vines and built the current house in 1792.Since 2004 Chateau de Sours has been under the watchful stewardship of Martin and Nicolette Krajewski who have, during that time, carefully restored the property to its former glory. Today they continue to blend the traditional rigour and craftsmanship of the region with a modern, creative approach and produce some of Bordeaux’s most respected red and white wines, as well as a top class rosé that has been credited ‘as probably the best rosé in the world’.
Chateau Haut Peyrous Graves Blanc 'Peche au Carrelet' 2010 OrganicChateau Haut Peyrous Graves Blanc 'Peche au Carrelet' 2010 OrganicOur price: £17.15ViewChateau Haut Peyrous is located in the Graves appellation of Bordeaux and is owned by Marc Darroze. From a family of restaurateurs, Marc initially ventured into the field to source new Armagnacs for the lists in the Darroze’s various eateries, but in 2007 he decided to devote his time to viniculture, prompting the purchase of this estate. Chateau Haut Peyrous Graves Rouge 2009 Marc DarrozeChateau Haut Peyrous Graves Rouge 2009 Marc DarrozeOur price: £16.50ViewChateau Haut Peyrous is located in the Graves appellation of Bordeaux and is owned by Marc Darroze. From a family of restaurateurs, Marc initially ventured into the field to source new Armagnacs for the lists in the Darroze’s various eateries, but in 2007 he decided to devote his time to viniculture, prompting the purchase of this estate. Chateau Rahoul 2005Chateau Rahoul 2005Our price: £25.15ViewIt all began in 1646, when Chevalier Guillaume Rahoul was responsible for building this pretty ‘chartreuse’, and giving it its name. After the Revolution, it passed to the Balguerie family, who extended and improved the Château and developed a serious winemaking business on the Bordeaux market.
Clos Cantenac, Clos Cantenac, 2010Clos Cantenac, Clos Cantenac, 2010Our price: £45.50ViewClos Cantenac is a small but seductive 6 hectares property with carefully planted vines on an exceptional “terroir” of deep gravel, sand and clay over limestone situated close to the prehistoric “Megalith de Pierrefitte”. This enchanting, Saint Emilion Grand Cru vineyard, was purchased in January 2007 by Martin Krajewski already the owner of Chateau de Sours along with his great friend and wine enthusiast Marcus Le Grice from New Zealand. ¨Our first challenge was to take control of the day-to-day management of the vines, to improve the vineyard architecture and then to renovate the ancient winery in preparation for the first harvest. Now in our eighth year of ownership of Clos Cantenac, we continue to proudly respect both the history and culture of the region and to work in a traditional way to produce these fine wines¨ Martin KrajewskiLa Source du Chateau de Sours, Blanc, 2012La Source du Chateau de Sours, Blanc, 2012Our price: £18.40ViewSituated high up on a commanding limestone plateau just to the south-west of Libourne and Pomerol and facing St. Emilion, the great beauty and tranquility of Chateau de Sours will leave you spellbound.Chateau de Sours originally dates back to the 14th century, when it served as an inn on the ‘St. Jacques de Compostelle’ pilgrimage route to Northern Spain. The Comtes du Richemont, who survived French Revolution, subsequently renovated the property, planted its first vines and built the current house in 1792.Since 2004 Chateau de Sours has been under the watchful stewardship of Martin and Nicolette Krajewski who have, during that time, carefully restored the property to its former glory. Today they continue to blend the traditional rigour and craftsmanship of the region with a modern, creative approach and produce some of Bordeaux’s most respected red and white wines, as well as a top class rosé that has been credited ‘as probably the best rosé in the world’.La Source du Chateau de Sours, Rose, 2012La Source du Chateau de Sours, Rose, 2012Our price: £17.70ViewSituated high up on a commanding limestone plateau just to the south-west of Libourne and Pomerol and facing St. Emilion, the great beauty and tranquility of Chateau de Sours will leave you spellbound.Chateau de Sours originally dates back to the 14th century, when it served as an inn on the ‘St. Jacques de Compostelle’ pilgrimage route to Northern Spain. The Comtes du Richemont, who survived French Revolution, subsequently renovated the property, planted its first vines and built the current house in 1792. Since 2004 Chateau de Sours has been under the watchful stewardship of Martin and Nicolette Krajewski who have, during that time, carefully restored the property to its former glory. Today they continue to blend the traditional rigour and craftsmanship of the region with a modern, creative approach and produce some of Bordeaux’s most respected red and white wines, as well as a top class rosé that has been credited ‘as probably the best rosé in the world’.
Petit Cantenac, Clos Cantenac, 2011Petit Cantenac, Clos Cantenac, 2011Our price: £24.80ViewClos Cantenac is a small but seductive 6 hectares property with carefully planted vines on an exceptional “terroir” of deep gravel, sand and clay over limestone situated close to the prehistoric “Megalith de Pierrefitte”.This enchanting, Saint Emilion Grand Cru vineyard, was purchased in January 2007 by Martin Krajewski already the owner of Chateau de Sours along with his great friend and wine enthusiast Marcus Le Grice from New Zealand. ¨Our first challenge was to take control of the day-to-day management of the vines, to improve the vineyard architecture and then to renovate the ancient winery in preparation for the first harvest. Now in our eighth year of ownership of Clos Cantenac, we continue to proudly respect both the history and culture of the region and to work in a traditional way to produce these fine wines¨ Martin KrajewskiReserve de Sours Sparkling Rose, Chateau de Sours, 2009Reserve de Sours Sparkling Rose, Chateau de Sours, 2009Our price: £15.10ViewSituated high up on a commanding limestone plateau just to the south-west of Libourne and Pomerol and facing St. Emilion, the great beauty and tranquility of Chateau de Sours will leave you spellbound.Chateau de Sours originally dates back to the 14th century, when it served as an inn on the ‘St. Jacques de Compostelle’ pilgrimage route to Northern Spain. The Comtes du Richemont, who survived French Revolution, subsequently renovated the property, planted its first vines and built the current house in 1792. Since 2004 Chateau de Sours has been under the watchful stewardship of Martin and Nicolette Krajewski who have, during that time, carefully restored the property to its former glory. Today they continue to blend the traditional rigour and craftsmanship of the region with a modern, creative approach and produce some of Bordeaux’s most respected red and white wines, as well as a top class rosé that has been credited ‘as probably the best rosé in the world’.Richemont du Chateau de Sours, 2010Richemont du Chateau de Sours, 2010Our price: £10.60ViewSituated high up on a commanding limestone plateau just to the south-west of Libourne and Pomerol and facing St. Emilion, the great beauty and tranquility of Chateau de Sours will leave you spellbound.Chateau de Sours originally dates back to the 14th century, when it served as an inn on the ‘St. Jacques de Compostelle’ pilgrimage route to Northern Spain. The Comtes du Richemont, who survived French Revolution, subsequently renovated the property, planted its first vines and built the current house in 1792. Since 2004 Chateau de Sours has been under the watchful stewardship of Martin and Nicolette Krajewski who have, during that time, carefully restored the property to its former glory. Today they continue to blend the traditional rigour and craftsmanship of the region with a modern, creative approach and produce some of Bordeaux’s most respected red and white wines, as well as a top class rosé that has been credited ‘as probably the best rosé in the world’.
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