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  • $1,080.00

    Haut-Bergey – Pessac-Leognan 2000

    The Chateau Haut Bergey 2000 displays beautiful chocolatey espresso aromas, arising from its dark ruby and purple colour. Full-bodied and silky-textured, it shows impressive concentration and density. It appears to have reached its peak of maturity, which would give a delicious appeal to a well-aged Bordeaux red.

  • $2,380.00

    Le Plus de La Fleur de Bouard – Lalande-de-Pomerol 2000

    Hubert de Bouard’s 2000 La Plus de la Fleur de Bouard is a remarkable cuvée, crafted from 80% Merlot along with Cabernet Franc and a touch of Cabernet Sauvignon, exudes richness, intensity, and elegance in equal measure. Regrettably, its limited production means availability is scarce. With a velvety texture and a symphony of flavors including blueberries, coffee, black currants, kirsch, smoke, and licorice, this wine is both powerful and refined. It promises to age gracefully in the cellar, offering an exceptional drinking experience for fortunate enthusiasts.

  • $480.00

    Paul Bara, Coteaux Champenois Bouzy Rouge 2000 (Label stained)

    The Coteaux Champenois Bouzy red wine from Paul Bara is a speciality of the house, sourced from the hillsides of Champagne. Bouzy benefits from an exceptional micro-climate and boasts plots that are among the best in the region, ensuring the quality of this red wine. Produced only in very good years, this wine is made entirely from Pinot Noir grapes. It has a shiny appearance with light pink reflections. On the nose, it offers pleasant notes of blackcurrant and spice with a hint of vanilla. And the palate is fresh with flavors of cherry and violet, providing a delightful experience.

  • $1,480.00

    Prieure-Lichine – Margaux 2000

    This Chateau Prieure Luchine 2000 is textured, rich, medium to full-bodied, giving a dark ruby and purple colour in addition to a knock-out nose of black cherries, cassis, tobacco leaf, cocoa, and toasty oak in the background. The wine is sweet on the attack, full-bodied, and well-textured, with oodles of fruit and glycerin. Benefit from long cellar ageing, the wine also developed tertiary aromas such as leather and tobacco.


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