Chateau Petrus 2010 – Bordeaux Red Blend - $2,999.00/bottle
This wine from Pomerol, Bordeaux, France, which was not available for shipment until November, 2013 received 100 points from James Suckling and The Wine Advocate; it received 99 points from the International Wine Cellar and 98 points from the Wine Enthusiast.
It has been compared to the 1975 and 1989 versions both of which are considered to be the finest Red Bordeauxes ever produced. It will be perfectly aged in 2025.
You can wait and watch the price increase or place your order now. I understand that there is a 6 bottle limit per customer!
Chateau Ausone 2010 – Bordeaux Red Blend - $1,999.00/bottle
This wine from St-Emilion, Bordeaux, France, which is not available for shipment until November, 2013 received 100 points from The Wine Advocate; it received 98 points from the International Wine Cellar and 97 points from both the Wine Spectator and James Suckling.
The 2010 Chateau Ausone is an extraordinary wine which exhibits an inky/blue/purple color as well as an exotic, seamless bouquet of incense, Asian spices, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries. Allow this gem to age in your wine cellar for at least 15 years.
Only 1,500 cases are available, but at this time there is no quantity limit on customer orders.
Chateau Lafleur 2005 – Bordeaux Red Blend - $1,999.00/bottle
This wine from Pomerol, Bordeaux, France, is available for shipment today! Although it received 100 points from The Wine Spectator; it wasn’t as highly rated by others. It only received 95 points from the Wine Advocate and the International Wine Cellar.
A rating of 95 points is not bad for most wines, except if one is talking about a Chateau Lafleur. At $1,999 a bottle and a 12 bottle per customer limit unless you need to fill your wine cellar I would lean towards the 2010 Chateau Ausone.
Chateau Lafleur 2010 – Bordeaux Red Blend - $1,699.00/bottle
This Chateau Lafleur, in my estimation is a better choice of wine than the 2005 listed above. It was not available for delivery until May 2013. Its ratings surpass those of the 2005 with 100 points from James Suckling; 99 points from the International Wine Cellar and 98 points from both the Wine Spectator and The Wine Advocate.
This wine is a blend of 62% Cabernet Franc and 36% Merlot. It’s filled with flavor; dark fruits, blueberry and hints of spices, licorice and flowers. It will need to be aged to develop that Chateau Lafleur quality that one expects from this vineyard.
Chateau Lafite-Rothschild 2010 – Bordeaux Red Blend - $1,599.00/bottle
How can one make a list of remarkable wines without including a Chateau Lafite-Rothchild. This outstanding wine from Pauillac, Bordeaux, France was not available for delivery until November, 2014. Its ratings are not unusual for a Lafite-Rothschild with 100 points from James Suckling and The Wine Advocate; 99 points from the International Wine Cellar and Wine Spectator and 98 points from the Wine Enthusiast.
This wine has one of the highest levels of natural alcohol of all wines produced by Lafite-Rothschild at 13.5%. It has been blended from 84% Cabernet Sauvignon and 16% Merlot providing it with a rich taste and an extraordinarily dense color.
There is a limit of 12 bottles per customer, but this wine is worth calling in some favors from relatives as each can order a case; with your money!
Should you be lucky enough to win a lottery, stumble upon one of these bottles by accident or inherit a world renowned wine cellar, you must store the wine properly or loose your investment but worse, loose the unbelievable joy of tasting some of the world’s finest wines.
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