Premier Estate Bordeaux Half-Case Selection

7 bottles included in this collection:

Govino Decanter
1 x Govino Decanter
2009 Château Haut Bommes Sauternes
2 x 2009 Château Haut Bommes Sauternes
2006 Château Fombrauge Cuvee Les Cèdres Saint Emilion Grand Cru
2 x 2006 Château Fombrauge Cuvee Les Cèdres Saint Emilion Grand Cru
2006 Château La Tour Carnet Cuvèe Sire Haut-Mèdoc
2 x 2006 Château La Tour Carnet Cuvèe Sire Haut-Mèdoc

Premier Estate Bordeaux Half-Case Selection

6 bottles of the finest wine we have ever offered

$384.94

Bordeaux is the legendary French wine region with thousands of years of winemaking history, and its Grand Cru Classé Châteaux are among the most prestigious vineyards on earth. For centuries, they’ve used their inimitable terroir—the way that soil, climate, and winemaking tradition combine to become something greater than the sum of its parts—to produce some of the finest, most-coveted wines in the world.

During a recent tasting trip, we visited Bernard Magrez, the wine magnate who owns Château Pape Clément and three other Grand Cru Classé Châteaux in his native Bordeaux, along with a wealth of award-winning estates around the world. We get some of our best wine from Magrez, and were excited to try more. This time, he outdid himself.

During our visit, Magrez shared three wines from prestigious Bordeaux estates: 2006 Château Fombrauge Cuvee Les Cèdres Saint Emilion Grand Cru, 2006 Château La Tour Carnet Cuvèe Sire Haut-Mèdoc, and 2009 Château Haut Bommes Sauternes.
We were able to purchase the rest of Bernard Magrez’s limited stock of these wines, plucking them directly from Magrez’s cavernous wine cellar—the ideal condition for aging these rarefied wines. This means that you must act fast to get the last of this perfectly aged wine, because when they’re gone…they’re gone!

This is a superlative offer, both in terms of rarity and investment. And, this is hands-down, the finest wine that we have ever offered–available to you at a fraction of its retail value. In all of our travels through France and beyond, these were the best Bordeaux that we’ve been lucky enough to taste.

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