Rigorous selection takes place here. The juice of the best hand-harvested grapes makes it into your bottle. This is the winery's first wine. It's what made it prestigious enough to be included in the original 1855 classification of the Bordeaux greats. Decanter said, "prices have not climbed as quickly as improvements in quality,". If you get in before the secret gets out, you'll save a packet and…
Exhibits a dense, almost opaque colour with gorgeous up-front, sweet, ripe fruit. The palate is medium to full bodied and chewy with a well endowed, plush texture. The wine is pure, complex and engaging
Exhibits a dense, almost opaque colour with gorgeous up-front, sweet, ripe fruit. The palate is medium to full bodied and chewy with a well endowed, plush texture. The wine is pure, complex and engaging.
The nose boasts bright aromas of blackberries with hints of cinnamon and clove from the oak. The palate is well balanced, with silky tannins, fresh acidity, concentrated fruit and a lifted finish. It is rare to find a Pauillac like this wine that is both affordable and approachable.
Boasting a lovely ruby-red colour with purple tints, this wine releases scents of red berries, cassis and blueberry, along with a hint of fresh vanilla. On the palate the attack is fleshy and intense, with velvety tannins. Flavours of ripe cherry emerge, mingling with notes of mild spices and paprika. Lightly woody notes come out, although respecting the fruit character of the wine. The finish is…
Les Tourelles de Longueville offers a lovely deep ruby-red colour. The floral, fresh and complex nose reveals aromas of spices and redcurrants. The attack is smooth, elegant and subtle, leading into robust structure. The finish is elegant and long-lasting, carried along nicely by its tannins and nice ripe fruit.
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