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1999
1999
Chave, Jean Louis: Hermitage
LIMITED In Stock (2 Available)
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1999
1998
Conseillante, Pomerol
In Stock (13 Available)
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91
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1998
Dom Perignon, P2
In Stock (24+)

P2 is the new label for Dom Pérignon`s Oenotheque wines. These wines have undergone much longer lees aging than their vintage equivalents, which results in additional freshness and complexity. P2 is shorthand for `second plenitude`, reflecting the house`s philosophy that champagne experiences three different but equally wonderful stages in aging, captured in three different Dom Pérignon releases: the `regular` vintage wines, which have been aged on the lees for 7-8 years before disgorgement; the P2 wines which see 12-14 years on the lees; and finally the even rarer P3 wines, which undergo more than 20 years` lees aging.


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1998
Evangile, Pomerol
In Stock (8 Available) SEE MORE SIZES
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1998
Figeac, Saint Emilion
Bordeaux: Saint Emilion: 1ER GRAND CRU B
In Stock (10 Available)
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91
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1998
Haut Bailly, Pessac-Leognan
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1998
Montrose, Saint Estephe
LIMITED In Stock (1 Available)
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1998
Trotanoy, Pomerol
In Stock (6 Available)
90% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc. The wines sees 50% new barrel oak ageing for around 18 months. This famous property was acquired by JP Moueix in 1953.
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1997
Gaja: Sori San Lorenzo
LIMITED In Stock (3 Available)
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98
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1997
Guigal: Cote Rotie, La Mouline
LIMITED In Stock (3 Available)
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1997
1996
1996
Calon Segur, Saint Estephe
LIMITED In Stock (3 Available) SEE MORE SIZES
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90
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1996
Roederer, Louis: Cristal
In Stock (5 Available)
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1996
Dom Perignon, Rose, P2
In Stock (12 Available)
P2 is the new label for Dom Pérignon`s Oenotheque wines. These wines have undergone much longer lees aging than their vintage equivalents, which results in additional freshness and complexity. P2 is shorthand for `second plenitude`, reflecting the house`s philosophy that champagne experiences three different but equally wonderful stages in aging, captured in three different Dom Pérignon releases: the `regular` vintage wines, which have been aged on the lees for 7-8 years before disgorgement; the P2 wines which see 12-14 years on the lees; and finally the even rarer P3 wines, which undergo more than 20 years` lees aging.

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1996
Grand Puy Lacoste, Pauillac
Bordeaux: Pauillac: 5TH GROWTH
In Stock (7 Available) SEE MORE SIZES
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1996
Gruaud Larose, Saint Julien
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1996
Latour, Pauillac
Bordeaux: Pauillac: 1ST GROWTH
In Stock (9 Available) SEE MORE SIZES

Representative blend: 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Cabernet Franc, 5% Merlot. Annual production: 16,000 cases of Grand Vin and 8,000 cases of Forts de Latour. The third wine is simply called Pauillac de Latour.

At the very southern end of Pauillac stands the unmistakable medieval tower of Latour, which marks the heart of the vineyards, sloping gently down to the Gironde river beyond. This proximity to the river both wards off spring frosts and cools the vineyards during particularly warm summers. The result is that Latour produces extremely consistent wines, however tricky the vintage. Above all, this is a wine of power: enormous tannic structure and great density of fruit make this one of the most long lived of all Bordeaux (rivalled only perhaps by its neighbour Léoville Las Cases).

In recent times Latour has made waves by withdrawing from the annual Futures campaign; its wines are now only offered when the estate considers them ready for drinking.

Latour is owned by French businessman Francois Pinault.

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