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Bordeaux Discovery Pack

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Presenting 6 wine labels from distinct regions of Bordeaux: *Each bottle of wine in set is 80ml.  WinesSociando Mallet 2011 (Haut Medoc)Château Langoa Barton 2015 (Saint Julien)Brane Cantenac 2015 (Margaux)Clos de Lunelles 2016 (Cotes de Castillon)Grand...

Presenting 6 wine labels from distinct regions of Bordeaux:

*Each bottle of wine in set is 80ml. 

Sociando Mallet 2011 (Haut Medoc)
Château Langoa Barton 2015 (Saint Julien)
Brane Cantenac 2015 (Margaux)
Clos de Lunelles 2016 (Cotes de Castillon)
Grand Puy Lacoste 2008 (Pauillac)
Marquis de Calon Segur 2015 (St. Estephe)

Limited to only 18 sets, each set is priced at $118 inclusive of delivery. 
Delivery and Consumption date: 23 February 2022. 

Tasting Notes

Sociando Mallet 2011 (Haut Medoc)
"There is no lacking concentration in this wine, which is clearly of classified growth quality. It boasts a dense purple color along with abundant notes of creme de cassis, crushed rocks and spring flowers. Medium-bodied and super-rich, it is a real revelation in a vintage such as 2011. Given its precociousness and silky tannins, it can be drunk in 2-3 years, or cellared for two decades." - 91 points, The Wine Advocate. 

Château Langoa Barton 2015 (Saint Julien)
"The 2015 Langoa Barton has a precise, understated but focused bouquet of pure blackberry and wild strawberry fruit laced with graphite and crushed stone. It becomes more floral with time, revealing incense and a touch of lavender. The medium-bodied palate offers supple tannin and beautiful, irresistible black fruit. This is silky-smooth and velvety in texture, with a sensual and very persistent finish. You could broach this now, although it deserves time in bottle." - 93 points, Vinous. 

Brane Cantenac 2015 (Margaux)
"The 2015 Brane-Cantenac is powerful, structured and explosive in feel. A deep, resonant wine, the 2015 boasts off the charts ripeness allied to formidable structure and tannic heft. I imagine the 2015 is going to need a number of years to become approachable and more than that to be at its best. The dark stone fruit, smoke, tobacco, spice and leather flavors pack a huge punch, but it is the wine's balance that places it among the elite on the Left Bank in 2015. Brane-Cantenac is a total pleasure bomb. I can't wait to taste it with a little bottle age. 2027 - 2050." - 96 points, Antonio Galloni. 

Clos de Lunelles 2016 (Cotes de Castillon)
"This wine was produced by the winemaking team of Château Pavie in Saint-Émilion. With layers of tannin as well as ripe black fruits, it is concentrated and very rich. With its power and intensity it is made to age. Drink this sumptuous wine from 2023." - 90 points, Wine Enthusiast. 

Grand Puy Lacoste 2008 (Pauillac)
"The 2008 has a lovely, lifted bouquet of blackberry, blood orange, crushed stone, cedar and tar. It is much more vigorous than the previous bottle. The palate is medium-bodied is very supple on the entry with crisp acidity. Smooth and harmonious, the oak needing time to subsume into the fabric of the wine. The finish is fresh, vibrant, nicely poised with good grip and a fine, supple raspberry and briary." - 92 points, The Wine Advocate. 

Marquis de Calon Ségur (St. Estèphe)
"Wow. This second wine shows such beautiful cedar, tobacco and berry character. Full-bodied, layered and juicy. Lots of gorgeous fruit and spice character. Long finish. Second wine of Calon-Segur. Drink in 2021." - 94 points, James Suckling.