Taste 3 Terrific Bordeaux under $19.99
++ Taste 2009 Belair Monange *50% Off*

Bordeaux Month is heating up!!! Tomorrow we will taste four Bordeaux reds including three outrageous bargains from top Bordeaux importer : TOUTON WINES. Plus, as our Showstopper of the Day, we will pour 2009 Belair Monange Saint Emilion and offer it at 50% off for $99.99/bottle...it is going to taste SO beautiful at 10 years from the vintage! Our theme for this event is 'Taste how good Merlot can be!!!' California winemakers have made a concerted effort to focus their efforts on the regal Cabernet Sauvignon grape which originated in Bordeaux. Cabernet Sauvignon is specifically emphasized by the Bordelais on the Left Bank, in Pauillac and Saint Julien, for example, but over on the Right Bank, Merlot is King, where the soils and climate are perfectly suited for this grape. And, actually, almost every Bordeaux has some % of Merlot blended into it, coveted for its velvety nature, ripeness of fruit and depth of flavor. All four wines that we will taste on Saturday are made of mostly Merlot, with two wines from the illustrious sub-region of Saint Emilion. We can't wait to see you and share some good Bordeaux together!


Cheers! the Murray family


Chateau Bois Pertuis Bordeaux 2016

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RATED 92 JAMES SUCKLING : 'A really sophisticated wine for a regular red Bordeaux, this has a classic, cassis nose and lovely ripeness on the palate, the soft tannins neatly balancing the medium-full body. Long and remarkably polished finish for the humble category. Drink or hold.' Château Bois Pertuis has gravel and sand soils which brings finesse, and clay which provides richness, planted to 86% Merlot, 13% Cabernet Sauvignon and 1% Cabernet Franc. Serve with your finest red meat dishes, French cheeses, especially Comté gruyere and pâté.

$14.99    $12.99

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Château-Les-Grands-Marechaux Premieres Cotes de Blaye 2015

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RATED 91 WINE ENTHUSIAST : 'This opens to reveal fine blackberry fruit and fresh acidity. It's a generous wine, the wood aging giving tannins and spice while the delicious fruit offers a rounder, smoother side.' This Bordeaux estate is owned by Guillaume Touton, from whom we have been buying Bordeaux for over 30 years, the 21.4-hecatare Les Grands Marechaux estate has sandy clay and limestone soils in the appellation of Blaye Cotes de Bordeaux. The vineyard is planted to 84% Merlot, 9% Cabernet Franc and 7% Cabernet Sauvignon. The terroir is clay, limestone and sandy soils.

$19.99    $16.99

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Chateau du Basque St. Emilion 2015

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RATED 92 BOTTLESHOP.COM : 'This is exactly what a lovely Saint Emilion should taste like…pure and aromatic with red roses, red cherries and purple plums, this wine is ripe without being jammy and wonderfully balanced. Good length on the palate and silky tannins create a crowd-pleasing, reasonably priced Merlot-based classic.' We suggest serving this classic Saint Emilion with rack of lamb followed by Comte Gruyere and Dijon mustard, or with steaks, pork roasts, tuna steaks, Petit Basque sheep's milk cheese & cured meats.

$24.99    $19.99

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Chateau Belair Monange Saint Emilion 2009

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RATED 94+ WINE ADVOCATE : 'This extraordinary terroir, now exploited by Edouard Moueix, the son of Christian, seems to be coming to life in a dramatic fashion. Never a hedonistic wine, but very intellectual, the 2009 suggests a liqueur of crushed rocks intermixed with black currants and black cherries. Medium to full-bodied, and impressive, this is a wine to drink over the next 30+ years. If readers are looking for the quintessential example of a terroir-dominated wine, this is Lesson 101 in terroir.'

$199.00    $99.99

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