New wines from other Bordeaux châteaux - volume discount on all still wines of 5% for 6 x unmixed 6-bottle cases in total, or 7.5% for 10 cases.

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  • Château Martinat - Côtes de Bourg 2015 - Bottle front

    AC Côtes de Bourg. We love this classy Merlot & Malbec blend from a small vineyard above the Gironde estuary.

    Château Martinat

    Château Martinat 2015

    This small production, 80% Merlot and 20% Malbec blend won a coveted Coup de Coeur in the highly-respected Guide Hachette so we were pleased to nab the last few cases. Stéphane and Lucie Donze run this 11-hectare/27-acre, south and SW-facing...

  • Château de la Rivière - Fronsac 2012 - Bottle front

    AC Fronsac. At home, we're also drinking this velvety, Merlot-based claret from one of Bordeaux's spectacular châteaux.

    Château de la Rivière

    Château de la Rivière 2012

    A charming, rich and suave red from one of the most imposing châteaux on Bordeaux's right bank, overlooking the Dordogne river. Fronsac was once better known than its neighbour Pomerol, and this is a lovely, mature blend of 85% Merlot, 8% Cabernet...

  • Château La Cardonne - Médoc 2010 - Bottle front

    AC Médoc. Classic Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot from a Cru Bourgeois Supérieur and an excellent vintage.

    Château La Cardonne

    Château La Cardonne 2010

    It's pretty rare to find a quality 2010 claret at this price - including VAT, UK duty and delivery for a dozen - and from a Cru Bourgeois Supérieur to boot. Andrew McInnes's strategy is a most unusual one for Bordeaux - to cellar his wines until...

  • Château La Gorce - Médoc 2012 - Bottle front

    AC Médoc. We're also drinking this lovely, mature Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot blend that's just hitting its peak.

    Château La Gorce

    Château La Gorce 2012

    Over to the Left Bank of the Gironde and up into the Médoc now. I've overlooked this wine in the past because it has a rather stodgy, old fashioned label, though our recent tastings show I've been guilty of judging this book by its cover. The 2012...