2004 Château du Glana, St Julien : 5 results priced between £50.00 and £700.00
2004 Château du Glana, St Julien
52004 Château du Glana, St Julien£50.00£700.00/l/2004-Ch%26acirc%3Bteau-du-Glana%2C-St-Julien
Bordeaux Saint Julien 1996 Ch Branaire GCC
Château Branaire was classified as one of the ten 'Fourth Growths' in the Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855. In total, the vineyards cover 50 hectares (about 120 acres). The majority of plantings are devoted to Cabernet Sauvignon (70%), followed by Merlot (22%), Cabernet Franc (4%) and Petit Verdot (4%). The vines average 35 years of age and are harvested by hand.
It doesn't get much more classical than this, it's as English in its way as roast beef followed by spotted dick for pud; this Gruaud is drinking beautifully and will remind the consumer of why Bordeaux like this held such a special place in this country's cellars before the madness set in. Lovely fruit, quite layered and complex, rich with just enough acidity to balance. Good finish.
Case of 6 Bordeaux St Emilion GC 2009 Ch Capet Guillier
This estate was founded in 1902 and for many years was owned by Antoine Moueix. Today, the estate belongs to the Jeanjean family. Stephane Derenoncourt leads the winemaking team, making an excellent wine from the estate’s three hectares of vines. This wine is deep in colour and full-bodied, supple and accessible, with ripe fruit and spice, supported by fine tannins. Long and refined on the finish.
Case of 6 Bordeaux Saint Julien 2003 Ch Talbot 4th GCC
Château Talbot is a winery in the Saint-Julien appellation of the Bordeaux region. It was classified as one of ten Fourth Growths in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification.The vineyard area of Chateau Talbot extends 102 hectares (250 acres), is among the largest in Bordeaux. The vineyard is on fine gravelly rises, which are well drained. There is 68% Cabernet Sauvignon, 28% Merlot and 4% Petit Verdot. The Average age of the vines is 42 years old.This wine has dark, macerated, blackberry fruit flavours...