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The Vinogourmets cellar welcomes you from Tuesday to Sunday to present a wide range of 95 Bordeaux wines. Sommelier in catering, notably with Bernard Loiseau in Saulieu, then manager of a cellar in Paris for 12 years, specializing in grands crus and rare vintages. He pays great attention to the selection of Bordeaux wines in order to present you the best price for guaranteed quality.

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Chasse Spleen Moulis 2011 75 cl

Château CHASSE SPLEEN 2015 MAGNUM 
Moulis in Red Medoc
Grapes 73% Cabernet Sauvignon 20% Merlot and 7% Petit Verdot
Second Wine The Spleen Hunting Hermitage, The Spleen Hunting Oratory.

Comments of the Castle
Château Chasse-Spleen is located in Moulis-en-Médoc, it is a cru bourgeois, described by many amateurs as exceptional. With its famous surname, Château Chasse-Spleen makes the quality of Moulis wines resonate all over the planet. When still young, the great Château wine offers a seductive bouquet shared between pepper, black cherries and red fruits, while as it ages, plum and cocoa take over. Its balanced palate, its melted tannins and its great elegance are the perfect remedy to chase away Spleen.
History of the Château
The estate built by Mr Gressier in 1720, on the road leading to Pauillac, is called Grand Poujeaux. A century later, the property splits into two, the first castle is called Poujeaux-Gressier, like its founder, and the second Poujeaux Castaing which his daughter Lucrèce will inherit. Lucrèce's daughter-in-law, Rosa Ferrière, takes the reins of the estate when her husband dies. She remembers the legend behind the illustrious name that will soon be that of the estate: Chasse Spleen. His great-grandfather had welcomed and watered the famous English poet Lord Byron, the latter would then have complimented this wine which had no equal to chase away the "spleen". This is why Rosa will choose this unusual name for its ability to mark the spirits. Chasse Spleen was bought in 1912 by the Segnitz family, wine merchants in Bremen. Under their aegis, this Moulis experienced a boom in notoriety in North Germany. Two years later, war broke out, and at its end, as property belonging to the enemy, Chasse-Spleen was confiscated. 
In 1922, Prosper Lahary bought Château Chasse-Spleen. On the strength of his forest properties in the Landes, he created the first underground cellar in the Médoc in 1964, Chasse Spleen was then considered the first of the bourgeois crus, judged to be exceptional in 1919 during a classification that was unfortunately never registered. in the Official Journal. In 1976, the Merlaut family, already owners of chateaux and traders, bought the chateau. Within the Merlaut group, which includes illustrious properties such as Château Gruaud Larose, Château Chasse-Spleen continues its qualitative ascent. 

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LYNCH BAGES 2017 75CL

Castle LYNCH BAGES 2017
5 Grand Cru Classé Pauillac Red


Grapes 73% Cabernet Sauvignon 15% Merlot 10% Cabernet Franc 2% Petit Verdot

Details Domain
Lynch-Bages Castle owes its name to the Bages domain (inhabited hamlet, then by many vine growers) and Mr. Lynch, of Irish origin, who bought it in 1749. Located on a wide ridge of deep gravel "Bages plateau", this beautiful area has remained virtually unchanged since the sixteenth century. It is under the influence of the current owner, Jean-Michel Cazes, that Lynch-Bages has earned the eminently generous and profound character that we know today.
Owner
Jean Michel Cazes
winemaking
The harvest, made by hand, is directed to a vat of 35 steel vats equipped with a system for regulating fermentation temperatures. The wine is traditionally aged during 12 at 15 months in oak barrels.
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beychevelle 2011 75 cl

Castle BEYCHEVELLE 2011
4 Grand Cru Classé Saint Julien Red
Grapes 62% Cabernet Sauvignon 31% Merlot 5% Cabernet Franc 2% Petit Verdot
Second Wine Admiral of Beychevelle

Details Domain
The history of this magnificent castle dates back to the Middle Ages. Under the Counts of Foix-Candale, the wine left the port to go to England, Flanders and the Germanic countries. Under Henry III, Beychevelle was the stronghold of the Dukes of Epernon and especially the first of them, Jean-Louis Nogaret of Valletta, Grand Admiral of France, Governor of Guyenne. Legend has it that all the ships passing in front of the castle lowered their sails in homage to the all-powerful Duke of Epernon. Hence the name of "Baisse Voile" (Beychevelle) and the origin of the arms of the castle: a ship with Griffon prow slackening its sails, the giffon being in Greek mythology, the guardian of the wine crater of Dionysus. Built in the 17th century, rebuilt by the Marquis de Brassier in 1757 and enlarged by the Heine family at the end of the last century, the Beychevelle castle has recently been restored to its original splendor.
Owner
Grands Millésimes de France (Azur-GMF) under the direction of Philippe Blanc
winemaking
The grapes are made entirely by hand. The vinification is traditional and takes place in stainless steel tanks. The wine is then aged 18 months in oak barrels (new 50%).
Terroir
Deep Garonne gravel laid on a clay-limestone subsoil. Planting density: 8 000 to 10 000 feet per hectare.
Area
90 hectares
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DUCRU BEAUCAILLOU ELA 2001 75 CL

Château DUCRU BEAUCAILLOU 2001

ELA = slightly damaged label

Details Domain
Well established at the château since 1942, the Borie family produces one of the best vintages in Saint-Julien. In addition to building new cellars, it has invested immense qualitative efforts in the vineyard to manage today to produce a completely exceptional style of wine. Borie
The harvest is done manually. The vinification is carried out in the tradition with a long maceration and a temperature control. The wine is then aged over a period of 18 to 20 months in oak barrels. The collage is with egg white.
Area 55 hectares
Grapes 65% Cabernet Sauvignon 25% Merlot 5% Petit Verdot 5% Cabernet Franc
Average age of the vineyard: 38 years Second wineCroix de Beaucaillou

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milens 2010 75 cl

Castle MILENS 2012
Saint Emilion Grand Cru Red
Grapes 70% Merlot 30% Cabernet franc
Second Wine Tour of the Seeme

winemaking
In the vineyard a real work of goldsmith, completely manual (rigorous size in double guyot, disbudding, suckering, 2 stripping, a first green harvest before veraison and a second after) allows to obtain a scarce harvest but a great quality. The harvest is of course entirely manual and made in crates with only one layer of grapes to avoid crushing. Severe sorting is done in the vineyard to eliminate all the berries that could reduce the quality of the wine.
Sweet vattings under temperature control favoring the elegance of the wine are made during twenty days.
The aging is done in barrels of fine-grained French oak (50% new barrels, 50% barrels of a wine).
Production capacity
1300 crates
Comments
Château MILENS is characterized by the balance of its ripe tannins that bring freshness to an imposing flesh and a bright fruitiness. The length in the mouth is of a beautiful intensity with a melted finish. A great connoisseur wine to discover and to make known.
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milens 2009 imperial

Chateau MILENS 2016 MAGNUM

Saint Emilion Grand Cru Red
Grapes 70% Merlot 30% Cabernet franc
Second Wine Tour of the Seeme

winemaking
In the vineyard a real work of goldsmith, completely manual (rigorous size in double guyot, disbudding, suckering, 2 stripping, a first green harvest before veraison and a second after) allows to obtain a scarce harvest but a great quality. The harvest is of course entirely manual and made in crates with only one layer of grapes to avoid crushing. Severe sorting is done in the vineyard to eliminate all the berries that could reduce the quality of the wine.
Sweet vattings under temperature control favoring the elegance of the wine are made during twenty days.
The aging is done in barrels of fine-grained French oak (50% new barrels, 50% barrels of a wine).
Grapes
Château MILENS is usually composed of 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Franc.
Production capacity
1300 crates
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high marbuzet 2016 75 cl

CHATEAU HAUT MARBUZET 2016
Cru bourgeois Saint Estèphe Rouge
Grapes 50% Merlot 40% Cabernet Sauvignon 10% Cabernet Franc

First property of Sylvestre Fatin, the vineyards of Marbuzet are bought in 1818 by a family of Irish origin, the Mac Carthy. The estate's unity does not stand up to the many succession conflicts and in 1848 the Poissonnier family buys a lot of 7 hectares, the historic heart of the Haut-Marbuzet vineyard. For more than a hundred years the fishmonger manage the estate without it really emerges. Its rise is due to the Duboscq family and the first of them, Hervé Duboscq who acquires the property in 1952. An outstanding wine grower and a wise manager, he only needs a few years to bring the Château out of anonymity. In 1962 his son, Henri, joins the family business. Together, they buy neighboring parcels that used to belong to the Mac Carthy estate. Henri Duboscq now manages the estate with the same high standards of quality that makes Château Haut-Marbuzet one of Saint-Estèphe's greatest vintages.

Comments
The Haut-Marbuzet vineyard is scattered over some of the most beautiful reliefs of Saint-Estèphe. Slightly inclined, it enjoys an ideal exposure facing the Gironde. The main plot rests on a beautiful hilltop of deep gravel which ensures optimum drainage. The grape variety includes a high proportion of Merlot for the appellation. The wine draws from it an exceptional mellowness which distinguishes it from most of the wines of the appellation. Château Haut-Marbuzet is vinified in the traditional way. Aged in new barrels for 18 months, it develops a woody texture that is both unctuous and beautifully integrated with spice. A dense and distinguished fruit is relayed by beautiful ripe tannins. Charming and sensual in its youth, the wine gets closer to its terroir over time to display great finesse. This Cru Bourgeois certainly deserves to be among the elite of the Crus Classés.

 

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head cream creme 1990 75 cl

Château GILETTE 1990 Head Cream
Sauternes
Grapes 90% Sémilion 8% Sauvignon 2% Muscadelle.

Details Domain
Château Gilette is a property of 4,5 hectares located in the heart of the village of Preignac.

This little Sauternes wine is legendary for its old vintages. Indeed in Gilette, Julie Gonet-Medeville does not market its wines until twenty years of aging.

The yields are extremely low, between 5 and 10 hl per hectare and this nectar must be exceptional to deserve the name "cream of head" and spend more than fifteen years in cement vats before being bottled and sold a few years later. This is what is nicknamed the Medeville: "The Antiquaries of Sauternes".
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head cream creme 1950 75 cl

Château GILETTE 1950 Head Cream
Sauternes
Grapes 90% Sémilion 8% Sauvignon 2% Muscadelle.

Details Domain
Château Gilette is a property of 4,5 hectares located in the heart of the village of Preignac.

This little Sauternes wine is legendary for its old vintages. Indeed in Gilette, Julie Gonet-Medeville does not market its wines until twenty years of aging.

The yields are extremely low, between 5 and 10 hl per hectare and this nectar must be exceptional to deserve the name "cream of head" and spend more than fifteen years in cement vats before being bottled and sold a few years later. This is what is nicknamed the Medeville: "The Antiquaries of Sauternes".
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€450,00
the justices sauternes 2011 75 cl

CHATEAU LES JUSTICES 2017

Grapes 85% Semilon 10% Sauvignon 5% Muscadelle

Château Les Justices is an 8,5 hectare property located in Preignac in the heart of Sauternes on a clay-limestone terroir with a rocky subsoil. The vines have an average age of 40 years. The harvest, depending on the whims of the Botrytis Cinerea, is done by successive sorting, and the wine is then vinified in vats.

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high marbuzet 2017 75cl

CHATEAU HAUT MARBUZET 2017
Cru bourgeois Saint Estèphe Rouge

Grapes 50% Merlot 40% Cabernet Sauvignon 10% Cabernet Franc

First property of Sylvestre Fatin, the vineyards of Marbuzet are bought in 1818 by a family of Irish origin, the Mac Carthy. The estate's unity does not stand up to the many succession conflicts and in 1848 the Poissonnier family buys a lot of 7 hectares, the historic heart of the Haut-Marbuzet vineyard. For more than a hundred years the fishmonger manage the estate without it really emerges. Its rise is due to the Duboscq family and the first of them, Hervé Duboscq who acquires the property in 1952. An outstanding wine grower and a wise manager, he only needs a few years to bring the Château out of anonymity. In 1962 his son, Henri, joins the family business. Together, they buy neighboring parcels that used to belong to the Mac Carthy estate. Henri Duboscq now manages the estate with the same high standards of quality that makes Château Haut-Marbuzet one of Saint-Estèphe's greatest vintages.
Comments
The Haut-Marbuzet vineyard is scattered over some of the most beautiful reliefs of Saint-Estèphe. Slightly inclined, it enjoys an ideal exposure facing the Gironde. The main plot rests on a beautiful hilltop of deep gravel which ensures optimum drainage. The grape variety includes a high proportion of Merlot for the appellation. The wine draws from it an exceptional mellowness which distinguishes it from most of the wines of the appellation. Château Haut-Marbuzet is vinified in the traditional way. Aged in new barrels for 18 months, it develops a woody texture that is both unctuous and beautifully integrated with spice. A dense and distinguished fruit is relayed by beautiful ripe tannins. Charming and sensual in its youth, the wine gets closer to its terroir over time to display great finesse. This Cru Bourgeois certainly deserves to be among the elite of the Crus Classés.
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bridge canet 2001 75 cl

Castle PONTET CANET 2019

5 Grand Cru Classé Pauillac Red
Grapes Cabernet Sauvignon 60% Cabernet Franc 5% Merlot 33% Petit Verdot 2%
Second Wine The Hauts de Pontet Canet

The wines of Pontet Canet have always belonged to the legend of Bordeaux. A deep ruby ​​color where there are jammy notes of black fruits, prune, cedar, a lot of power and above all a perfect harmony. The wines of Pontet Canet have a rather muscular character, but it is a Fifth Grand Cru Classé of Pauillac very well balanced; The practice of biodynamics in the vineyard naturally gives us more and more pure wines. History of the Château The history of the château began at the beginning of the XIIIth century when Jean-François de Pontet gathered several parcels of vines from the village of Pauillac. Later, the family of Pontet acquires vines from the locality Canet, one of the largest estates of Médoc was born. 

A century later, the 1855 classification recognizes the quality of this Pauillac vintage and the Fifth Grand Cru class. Herman Cruse, then a Bordeaux merchant, realizes the potential of Château Ponet-Canet and buys it from 1865. He made known this vintage and modernized the facilities and the winery, Pontet-Canet is therefore one of the great. It is in 1975 that the Cruse family finally separates from the castle, the charente merchant Guy Tesseron then bought it. We have a real example of sustainability with Pontet-Canet, only three owners in two centuries, a restructured vineyard and a sustainable approach with the recent arrival of organic and biodynamic practices. 

It is now Alfred Tesseron who runs the estate, he is assisted by his niece, Melanie Tesseron, since 2005. Ground work is in the spotlight and prophylactic measures and manual labor in the vineyards have replaced chemical weed killers and pesticides. The goal is of course to obtain the purest raw material possible.
The meteoric rise of Château Pontet-Canet has been rewarded by critics. Indeed, Robert Parker consecutively awarded two perfect 100 / 100 grades for the 2009 and 2010 vintages. 

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POUJEAUX EA 2000 75 CL

Chateau POUJEAUX 2000

EA= Damaged label

Moulis in Red Medoc
Grapes  50 % Cabernet Sauvignon 40% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot, 5% Cabernet franc
Second Wine The Poujeaux room

Area 70ha

Perched on the superb gravel hilltops of Grand Poujeaux, the Château Poujeaux vineyard extends in one piece to the northeast of Moulis. 
Conquered by its wines and aware of the potential of its terroir, the Cuvelier family brings a decisive touch of modernity and raises the property to the rank of essential of the great wines of Bordeaux.

Today Matthieu Cuvelier and Christophe Labenne actively co-manage Château Poujeaux with enthusiasm and determination to perpetuate and transmit the family and team spirit of Château Poujeaux. Involved and experienced, the teams of the vineyard and the cellar follow with ardor the technical advice given by Stéphane Derenoncourt.

 

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Canet trigger 2011 75cl

Castle PONTET CANET 2011
5 Grand Cru Classé Pauillac Red
Grapes Cabernet Sauvignon 60% Cabernet Franc 5% Merlot 33% Petit Verdot 2%
Second Wine The Hauts de Pontet Canet

The wines of Pontet Canet have always belonged to the legend of Bordeaux. A deep ruby ​​color where there are jammy notes of black fruits, prune, cedar, a lot of power and above all a perfect harmony. The wines of Pontet Canet have a rather muscular character, but it is a Fifth Grand Cru Classé of Pauillac very well balanced; The practice of biodynamics in the vineyard naturally gives us more and more pure wines. History of the Château The history of the château began at the beginning of the XIIIth century when Jean-François de Pontet gathered several parcels of vines from the village of Pauillac. Later, the family of Pontet acquires vines from the locality Canet, one of the largest estates of Médoc was born. 

A century later, the 1855 classification recognizes the quality of this Pauillac vintage and the Fifth Grand Cru class. Herman Cruse, then a Bordeaux merchant, realizes the potential of Château Ponet-Canet and buys it from 1865. He made known this vintage and modernized the facilities and the winery, Pontet-Canet is therefore one of the great. It is in 1975 that the Cruse family finally separates from the castle, the charente merchant Guy Tesseron then bought it. We have a real example of sustainability with Pontet-Canet, only three owners in two centuries, a restructured vineyard and a sustainable approach with the recent arrival of organic and biodynamic practices. 

It is now Alfred Tesseron who runs the estate, he is assisted by his niece, Melanie Tesseron, since 2005. Ground work is in the spotlight and prophylactic measures and manual labor in the vineyards have replaced chemical weed killers and pesticides. The goal is of course to obtain the purest raw material possible.
The meteoric rise of Château Pontet-Canet has been rewarded by critics. Indeed, Robert Parker consecutively awarded two perfect 100 / 100 grades for the 2009 and 2010 vintages. 

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GLORIA 2017 SAINT JULIAN 75CL

Château GLORIA 2017 SAINT JULIEN 

Grapes: 65% Cabernet Sauvignon 25% Merlot 5% Cabernet Franc 5% Petit Verdot

Creation by Henri Martin, unique in its kind since this vineyard has been built up piece by piece over several years by purchasing plots mainly from Grands Crus Classés in 1855. The origin of the terroirs, the care taken in cultivation and to vinification, explain its recognized quality.

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Yquem 1990 75cl

YQUEM Castle 1990
Cru Classé Sauternes
Grapes 80% Sémillon 20% Sauvignon Blanc

Details Domain

It is in 1596 that Jacques Sauvage, a notable, is granted the rights of simple tenure of Yquem. The Sauvage family undertakes the construction of the castle and begins the selection of parcels of the vineyard. In 1711 the family is then ennobled under the reign of Louis XIV and becomes the happy owner of right of the castle of Yquem. A few years later the heiress of the Sauvage family, Francoise Joséphine marries Count Louis Amédée de Lur Saluces who unfortunately will die of a 3 horse fall years later in 1788. Francoise Joséphine then takes responsibility for the whole area. With a master hand it is she who elaborates the creation of the cellars and which transforms the domain into a real wine company. His work is rewarded in 1855 by raising the estate to the rank of superior premier cru. Since the estate is still in the hands of the descendants of the Lur Saluces family and after a few difficult years in the 70 years, Alexandre Lur Saluces, supported by the LVMH group (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy), perpetuates the name of Yquem admirably and preserves a heritage of more than four centuries.
Owner
Bernard Arnault - LVMH Group and Director Count Alexandre de Lur Saluces
winemaking
Manual harvesting of berries with Botrytis-Cinerea (noble rot) of minimal richness 20 ° potential alcohol. The harvest is carried out grain by grain by successive "tries" (on average, 6 tries spread over 6 weeks). Fermentation and aging in new oak barrels. No chaptalisation. Aging during 3,5 years before bottling.
Terroir
Graves, sands, clays, permeable limestone
Area
103 hectares in production.
Production capacity
Between 60 000 and 120 000 bottles by vintage. On average (over 20 years), 8 hectoliters per hectare (one glass per vine).
Comments
Admired worldwide since the 18th century, Château d'Yquem remains the largest of the great liqueurs of Bordeaux. Its refinement, the exquisite perfection of its balance and its power have no equivalent. The excellence of this premier cru classé is undoubtedly due to the draconian selections practiced and to a unique breeding
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