Grand Cru

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Desde nuestros comienzos allá por 1999 somos una empresa dedicada a ofrecerle a nuestros clientes los mejores vinos de Francia y de la Argentina con el savoir faire que nos caracteriza. Estamos orgullosos de contar con la mejor colección de vinos franceses de la Argentina y una rigurosa selección especial de lo más destacado de la vitivinicultura argentina. Además de habernos esforzado siempre por culturizar a nuestros clientes y enseñar cómo deben guardarse y tomarse los vinos, representamos para la Argentina a Eurocave, líder mundial en conservadoras para vino. Hoy por hoy estamos orgullosos que Grand Cru sea sinónimo de la más alta calidad en vinos, atención personalizada y cuidado especial en todos los aspectos que conforman la cultura de los vinos de alta gama y los vinos de colección. – Description from markomkc

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  • Chateau Prieure-Lichine Margaux Grand Cru Classé 1983

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    The wine has passed its prime and is on its way down. Still enjoyed the bottle, but nose and taste were more medicinal. Fruit was substantially less than bottle drunk in February. If you have any of these around, I wouldn't hold them much longer. [80] Read More

    Wine review by jaye


  • Chateau Prieure-Lichine Margaux Grand Cru Classé 1983

    Snoothrank:

    Lovely bouquet. Decanted 15 minutes before serving. We chose to enjoy this wine before dinner. Upon initial taste, fragrance was lush and full of promise, but taste was completely closed. 15 minutes later the flavors really began to come forth - plum and an almost peppery essence were the standouts. 45 minutes after the decant the flavor had tru... Read More

    Wine review by jaye


  • Château le Tertre Rôteboeuf Red Bordeaux Blend St. Émilion Grand Cru 1988

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    Mitjavile's 1988 is extraordinary, and, once again, superconcentrated, with a dazzling level of extract, and a powerful, full-bodied, concentrated finish. It is less flashy and unctuous than the 1989, and those who like their Bordeaux a bit more linear and obviously tannic may prefer the 1988. It is a spectacular, riveting wine from one of the m... Read More

    Wine review by Robert Parker


  • Château Figeac Red Bordeaux Blend St. Émilion Grand Cru 1985

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    Dark ruby/garnet-colored with some amber at the edge, this smoky, cedary, herbaceous-scented wine reveals ripe fruit, and obvious new oak. This 1985 has been mature for a number of years, and given its softness and amber/orange rim, it needs to be drunk over the next 5-6 years. The wine is medium-bodied, soft, not terribly concentrated, but eleg... Read More

    Wine review by Robert Parker


  • Château Cheval Blanc Red Bordeaux Blend St. Émilion Grand Cru 1983

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    A classic example of Cheval Blanc's style, the 1983 continues to put on weight and develop favorably in the bottle. A saturated dark ruby color with some faint lightening at the edges exhibits less age than most right bank 1983s. The huge nose of mint, jammy black fruits, chocolate, and coffee is sensational, as well as surprisingly well-develop... Read More

    Wine review by Robert Parker


  • Chateau Montrose 2ème Grand Cru Classé Saint Èstèphe Ac 1989

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    An outstanding Montrose, the 1989 is one of the vintage's stars. It possesses an opaque dark ruby/purple color, a sweet nose of minerals, black fruits, cedar, and wood, dense, medium to full-bodied, highly extracted flavors, low acidity, and moderate tannin in the long finish. While it appears to be closing down far more quickly than the legenda... Read More

    Wine review by Robert Parker


  • Laville-Haut-Brion Blanc Bordeaux Blanc Wine 1989

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    This utterly mind-blowing effort from Laville-Haut-Brion, with its decadent ... ... a texture more akin to a Grand Cru white Burgundy than an austere white Graves. Acidity is low and the alcohol level is high, suggesting this wine will have to be drunk in its first 10-15 years. For pure power, as well as a sumptuous texture, this may well be t... Read More

    Wine review by Robert Parker


  • Saint Emilion Bordeaux Château Cheval Blanc Owc Bts 1970

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    The 1970 has been fully mature for over a decade. Medium ruby/garnet with some ... and concentration a Premier Grand Cru Classe should possess. It should be drunk u Read More

    Wine review by Robert Parker


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