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Château Damase 2015

Bordeaux Superieur

Chateau Damase is a completely charming wine, planted primarily to Merlot with some of "Bordeaux's Lost Grape" - Carmenere. The vibrant Merlot along with the lovely spicy touches make Damase somewhat of the classic fresh, Bordeaux bistro red.

Jeb Dunnuck “Aged 18 months in new and once used barrels, it offers medium-bodied notes of red currants, wood smoke, tobacco, and earth. With a rounded, concentrated, balanced style and building tannin,…

Related Materials: Château Damase 2015 Tech Sheet (90 JD) Château Damase 2015 Shelf Talker (90 JD)

Château Lyonnat 2015

Lussac Saint-Emilion

Wine has been produced at Château Lyonnat for centuries, and this property has an absolutely exceptional vineyard of 79 acres, planted on limestone, south facing, and with plots of very old vines. The wines always have a true sense of elegance and refinement.

James Suckling (92-93) "Full body, with chocolate, walnut and spice character. Round and lightly chewy tannins. Fresh finish.”

Related Materials: Château Lyonnat 2015 Tech Sheet (92-93 JS)

Jeb Dunnuck “The 2015 Château Lyonnat is a brilliant blend of 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, aged 18 months in new barrels. It offers loads of chalky minerality to go with…

Related Materials: Château Lyonnat 2015 Shelf Talker (91 JD)

Wine Enthusiast Consultant Hubert de Bouärd has given this wine a velvety texture as well as rich wood and spice flavors. The wine is generous, full bodied and dense with black fruits.…