Bordeaux, France

Bordeaux, in the south-west of France, is one of the world's most prolific wine regions, it also manages to rank among the most famous and prestigious. The secrets of Bordeaux's wine success are diversity, quality and quantity. The majority of Bordeaux wines are the dry, medium-bodied reds that made the region famous. The finest (and most expensive) of these come from the great chateaux of the Medoc, particularly those in Pauillac and Margaux, and from the "right bank" appellations Saint-Emilion and Pomerol.

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  1. Chateau de Geolane
    Country France
    Region Bordeaux
    Grape Cabernet Sav, Malbec, Merlot
    HK$115.00

    Chateau Goelane, Bordeaux Superior, France

    Fresh on the nose, developing aromas of black cherry. Merlot is the dominant grape here, blended to perfection with Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec to give a powerful, well-structured wine. Excellent length on the finish.

    Perfect for a light buffet supper or with fine charcuterie, grilled meat, chicken, roast veal, red meats and mature cheeses.
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2014
    Awards:
  2. Chateau Hourtou
    Country France
    Region Bordeaux
    Grape Cab Franc, Cabernet Sav, Merlot
    HK$125.00

    Chateau Hourtou, Cotes de Bourg, Bordeaux, France

    Appealing red fruit aromas on the. Wild strawberries and raspberries with a hint of pepper.
    This is an exceptionally lively wine. Well-rounded, with a full, smooth texture and molten tannins. Ful of fruit with a subtle note of spice -absolutely delightful.

    Food pairings: Home made terrines, rack of lamb with thyme, duck with root vegetables, grilled beef, dishes served in sauce and mature cheeses.
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2014
    Awards:
  3. Chateau Cissac, Haut Medoc Cru Bourgeois Demi 2014, [ 375ml ] Bordeaux, France
    Country France
    Region Bordeaux
    Grape Cabernet Sav, Merlot, Petit Verdot
    1/2 Bottle - 375ml
    HK$130.00

    Chateau Cissac, Haut Medoc Cru Bourgeois 2014, [ 375ml ] Bordeaux, France

    A deep garnet colour with aromas of savoury, herbaceous red and black fruit with hints of tobacco and spice on the nose. Good cassis fruit intensity, well-managed tannins and a balanced, lean finish.


    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2014
    Awards:
  4. Chateau Tour Bellevue, Haut  Medoc, Bordeaux, France
    Country France
    Region Bordeaux
    Grape Cabernet Sav, Merlot
    HK$138.00

    Chateau Tour Bellevue, Haut Medoc, Bordeaux, France

    Chateau Tour Bellevue has an intense ruby colour, expressive nose and a pleasant fruity complexity.

    Allow 1 hour of aeration.
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2015
    Awards:
    Gold - Concours des Grands Vins de France à Mâcon
    Bronze - Decanter World Wine Awards

  5. Chateau Guillon, Graves, Bordeaux, France
    Country France
    Region Bordeaux
    Grape Cabernet Sav, Merlot
    HK$155.00

    Chateau Guillon, Graves, Bordeaux, France

    Château Guillon has a deep crimson colour. This is a cru with plenty of character and an elegant, dense, mineral tannic structure. The main impression is freshness, highlighting the flavours of red fruits and ripe blackcurrants.

    The finish is long and luscious - unmistakably one of the Graves greats.

    SERVE : After aerating for 1 ½ hours.
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2015
    Awards:
  6. Chateau Laurence, Bordeaux Superieur, France
    Country France
    Region Bordeaux
    Grape Cabernet Sav, Merlot
    HK$155.00

    Chateau Laurence 2015, Bordeaux Superieur, France

    Has a very defined, elegant bouquet with mulberry and raspberry preserve aromas, the oak nicely integrated. The palate is smooth and rounded with crisp acidity, a pleasant edginess coming through with a subtle marine influence on the grainy finish. This is a well-made Bordeaux Supérieur that should offer several years of drinking pleasure.
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2015
    Awards:
  7. Chateau Campillot, Medoc, Bordeaux 2015, France
    Country France
    Region Bordeaux
    Grape Cabernet Sav, Merlot
    HK$160.00

    Chateau Campillot, Medoc, Bordeaux 2015, France

    A classic Médoc with a good core and thanks to Jean Dominique Videaus handwriting with style and finesse. Juicy fruit and a harmonious body with soft tannins lead into a long finish - a true country gentleman.
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2015
    Awards: 93 points - Wine Enthusiast
  8. Domaine de Grand Ormeau, Lalande de Pomorol 2012
    Country France
    Region Bordeaux
    Grape Cab Franc, Cabernet Sav, Merlot
    HK$178.00

    Domaine de Grand Ormeau, Lalande de Pomorol 2014, Bordeaux, France

    Deep ruby/purple color, it has beautiful mulberry and sweet black cherry fruit, silky tannins, and a ripe medium to full-bodied opulence and terrific purity and depth. Drink over the next decade.

    80% Merlot ; 10% Cabernet Franc ; 10% Cabernet Sauvignon

    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2014
    Awards:
  9. Chateau-Fonreaud-Listrac-Bordeaux-France
    Country France
    Region Bordeaux
    Grape Cabernet Sav, Merlot, Petit Verdot
    HK$178.00

    Chateau Fonreaud, Listrac Bordeaux, France

    Dark ruby ​​color, an ample nose of berries mixed with strong toasty notes, a delicate fruitiness on the palate with shades of wood, a nice balanced structure, presence of extracts, tannins still well marked with a pleasing roundness.
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2011
    Awards:
  10. Chateau Cissac
    Country France
    Region Bordeaux
    Grape Cabernet Sav, Merlot, Petit Verdot
    HK$198.00

    Chateau Cissac, Haut Medoc Cru Bourgeois 2015, Bordeaux, France

    Cissac is among the most celebrated addresses in the appellation of Haut-Médoc and delivers great sophistication at an everyday drinking level. The 2015 vintage, this red is packed full of dark ripe fruit, backed up by plenty of spice and wood smoke.

    The tannins are firm but ripe, which makes it drinkable now but means it will also mature well if left in the cellar for a few years.

    A favourite amongst customers and staff / Allow 1hr to aerate.
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2015
    Awards: 93 points - Wine Enthusiast 92 points - Decanter World Wine Awards Silver - International Wine Challenge
  11. Couhins la Gravette Pessac Leognon
    Country France
    Region Bordeaux
    Grape Cab Franc, Cabernet Sav, Merlot
    HK$198.00

    Couhins la Gravette Pessac Leognon 2014, Bordeaux, France

    The wine reflects all the wonderful elegance of great Graves – smooth tannin, refined cedar and raspberry
    aromas, great finesse on the nose and the palate, and lovely aromatic complexity.

    Grape varieties : 49% merlot, 40% cabernet sauvignon, 7%

    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2014
    Awards:
  12. Les Charmes de Grand Corbin AOC Saint Emilion, Bordeaux, France
    Country France
    Region Saint-Émilion, Bordeaux
    Grape Cab Franc, Cabernet Sav, Merlot
    HK$210.00

    Les Charmes de Grand Corbin, Saint Emilion, Bordeaux, France

    A ripe and rich wine with plum, dark cherry and plenty of earthy notes. The palate is full yet with elegance and feels fresh on the long satisfying finish.

    The wine will partner well with roast pork and sautéed potatoes, and some good cheese.
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2014
    Awards:
  13. Chateau La Truffe Pomerol, Bordeaux, France
    Country France
    Region Pomerol
    Grape Cab Franc, Cabernet Sav, Merlot
    HK$298.00

    Chateau La Truffe 2015 Pomerol, Bordeaux, France

    Chateau La Truffe is an elegant wine, with silky-smooth tannins, and subtle, delicate aromas. A toasted nose, underlined with vanille and a fresh, fruit-rich palate. Made of 90% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc.

    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2015
    Awards: 90 points - Decanter World Wine Awards
  14. Chateau de Ferrand Grand Cru Saint Emilion 2013
    Country France
    Region Bordeaux
    Grape Cab Franc, Cabernet Sav, Merlot
    HK$360.00

    Chateau de Ferrand Grand Cru Classé Saint Emilion 2013, Bordeaux, France

    An elegant and complex bouquet with spice, red fruit and floral aromas. The wine displays good balance, with refined and elegant tannins which remain well integrated within the aromatic whole. The freshness adds finesse and length to a silky and very rounded palate. The 2013 can be enjoyed from now onwards.

    This is an excellent, nicely-balanced vintage that is characteristic of its appellation and also reveals the huge potential of Ferrand.
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2013
    Awards: James Suckling 89-90 points
    Wine Spectator - 89 points

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