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Half Bottles: The Perfect Size For a Weeknight

By Graham Tucker | March 2, 2019

It’s not always practical to commit to consuming a full-sized bottle of wine during the week. With our busy lives, sometimes you only want a glass or two of wine and prefer not to recork your wine to finish later.

Half bottles are the perfect solution! A half bottle serves three glasses of wine making them the ideal size to enjoy on your own. The half bottle size is also a practical way to share a selection of wine with friends without over consuming.

Below is a concise, yet versatile list of half bottles which are great options for weeknight drinking.
 

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2012
Certan de May, Pomerol
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90-93
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2005
Corbin, Saint Emilion
Bordeaux: Saint Emilion: GRAND CRU CLASSE
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92
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2014
Cos d`Estournel, Saint Estephe
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2014
Duhart Milon, Pauillac
Bordeaux: Pauillac: 4TH GROWTH
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90
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2010
Poujeaux, Moulis
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Serena Sutcliffe, MW: quot;Great, rich, spicy wine. Glorious. So fascinating. Marvellous stuff, as was the 2009. In 2012, very perfumed and powerful with dense fruit. Luscious and rich, plus tannins with impact.quot; 06/13

Jamie Ritchie: quot;Fresh vibrant fruit – very perfumed and beautifully balanced. Luscious and perfectly proportioned. Classy and not over made. Very round, soft and supple, but with plenty of grip. Should be great value.quot; 04/11

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