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04 Mar 2022

Bordeaux wines from Justin Wolf of PR Selections

Crémant de Bordeaux - Philippe Raguenot   $20  
Tasting Notes: 100% Semillion. Golden yellow color with slight green tints. There's buttered toasted brioche with a stunning array of freshly cut, ripe apricots, nectarines and peaches. It's fine and delicate in the mouth with a full and balanced mouth.
2014 Château Bel Air La Royère Blanc, Blaye   $20  
Tasting Notes: 100% Sauvignon Blanc from a tiny 2.5 acre vineyard. Very floral notes, with a touch of litchis and exotic fruits. Fresh citrus is filled out with touches of juicy apricots, with an attractive tang of orange zest at the end.
2014 Château Carlina, Montagne St. Emilion   $20  
Tasting Notes: The smell is naturally oriented towards a nice fruit of cherry and blackcurrant, and some fine vanilla nuances. In the mouth, the wood is melted, with a nice grain and a good length. We find the flavors of the fruits of the nose, all in harmony with the fine and concentrated structure provided in part by the tannins.
2012 Château Magnan La Gaffeliere, Saint Emilion Grand Cru   $35  
Tasting Notes: 40% Cabernet Franc and 60% Merlot. Rich black currant complexion. Caramel raisin nose with alcohol abundant at first sniff. The body we find deep red fruit mixed with maple syrup and black spices. Unexpectedly syrupy and sweet for an earthy Bordeaux staple. 
2014 Château Bel Air La Royère Rouge, Blaye   $30  
Tasting Notes: 65% Merlot and 35% Malbec. Classic terroir of limestone and clay. The vines have an average age of 50 years, so very much in their prime. Hand harvested and carefully sorted on arrival in the winery. Powerful and structured, this cuvée expresses in the mouth a whole range of red fruits and vanilla notes. Its tannins will blend over time.
2010 Château Bellegrave, Pomerol   $70  
Tasting Notes: Deep purple/garnet color. An impressive wine with plenty of fresh cassis, dark cherries, boysenberry, crushed stone and a touch of violate. Palate is medium-bodied, with supple tannins, and minerality on the finish.
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