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    B219J 2009 Château la Bergère, Montagne St Emilion +

    100% merlot. Made by father and son team André and Camille Benoist (also owners of Moulin la Bergère in neighbouring Saint-Georges) — ripe black fruit and rounded tannin are balanced by a certain finesse.

    £120.96 £20.16
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    B46M 2009 Château la Rivalerie, Côtes de Blaye +

    Cabernet sauvignon, merlot, cabernet franc, malbec. A fine petit château wine from Bordeaux: elegant blackcurrant fruit with notes of cedarwood.

    £128.02 £21.34
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    B202B 2005 Château Saint-Christophe, Saint-Emilion +

    Merlot, cabernet franc. A rich, full-bodied wine with a nose of black plum and liquorice, while the palate offers an appealing texture with glossy richness right through to the finish.

    £177.48 £29.58
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    RE96M 2009 Saint-Chinian, Hecht & Bannier +

    Syrah, grenache, mourvèdre. To quote directly from the Hecht & Bannier website:

    “The highly quaffable character of this Saint-Chinian derives from the floral syrah, grown on sandstone and chalky clay, the intense soft fruit of the grenache and the structure of the exceptionally ripe mourvèdre. It brings together the tulip, the iris, the lily of the valley and other bulb flower’s expressions and a stony side which [brings to mind] storm rain on hot stones.”

    £182.88 £30.48
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    B220M 2009 Château Moulin la Bergère, Saint-Georges Saint-Emilion +

    100% merlot. Made by father and son team André and Camille Benoist (also owners of la Bergère in neighbouring Montagne), this manages to be a longstanding fixture on Nethergate lists and an attractively modern wine — ripe blackberry fruit, gentle spice and supple tannin.

    £190.08 £31.68
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    B729M 2007 Château Paveil de Luze, Margaux +

    70% cabernet sauvignon, 30% merlot. A historic Margaux property owned by the de Luze family since 1862, with winemaking now overseen by consultant Stéphane Derenoncourt. Classic Left Bank claret, this is typically structured yet seductive.

    £218.88 £36.48
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    B354 2005 Marsannay Rouge, Louis Latour £236.88 £39.48
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    B942M 2009 Mercurey 1er cru ‘Clos l’Evêque’, Suremain £245.16 £40.86
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    SP30M 2009 Rioja Reserva ‘Finca Ygay’, Marqués de Murrieta +

    90% tempranillo, 4% mazuelo, 3% granacha, 3% graciano. The flagship wine from arguably the most famous bodega in Rioja.

    “Fresh and focused, this red delivers black cherry and plum flavors, with notes of liquorice and mineral, showing a touch of mature dried herb and smoke elements. The orange peel acidity keeps this lively. Drink now through 2019.” 91 points
    Thomas Mathews, Wine Spectator (September 2014)

    £259.20 £43.20
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    B829M 2008 Château Paveil de Luze, Margaux +

    70% cabernet sauvignon, 30% merlot. A historic Margaux property owned by the de Luze family since 1862, with winemaking now overseen by consultant Stéphane Derenoncourt. Classic Left Bank claret, this is typically structured yet seductive.

    £274.32 £45.72
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    CH57 Gruet Brut Sélection +

    Pinot noir, chardonnay, pinot meunier. From a family-owned domaine making wine since 1670, this champagne is full-bodied and powerful with exquisite fruit aromas.

    £252.00 £42.00
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    CH46 Joseph Perrier Cuvée Royale Brut +

    35% chardonnay, 35% pinot noir and 30% pinot meunier. Founded in 1825 in Châlons-sur-Marne and regularly enjoyed by Queen Victoria and Edward VII, Joseph Perrier is one of the largest champagne houses still in private ownership. Fine bubbles form a delicate but persistent mousse, while scents of citrus and apple lead into richer vanilla and cinnamon; the palate is full and round-bodied with a lasting finish.

    £359.42 £59.90
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    CH53M Louis Roederer Brut Premier £432.00 £72.00
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