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  • Chateau Beychevelle, 2005
    Chateau Beychevelle, 2005

    Description and Reviews: *** 90 Points (Outstanding) Robert parker *** Reviews "The quintessentially elegant yet powerful 2005 may be the finest Beychevelle made since 1982. Its opaque ruby/purple color and sweet nose of camphor, blueberries, black currants, flowers, and crushed rocks precede a lovely, sweet, rich wine with zesty acidity delineating its medium to full-bodied personality, laser-like precision, and impressive purity and length. While this estate often does not live up to its pedigree...

    £26.95
    vintagewineandport.co.uk
  • Chateau Haut Beychevelle, Gloria, St Julien, 2003, 75cl (Case of 3)
    Chateau Haut Beychevelle, Gloria, St Julien, 2003, 75cl (Case of 3)

    13% ABV Red Wine 2003 Vintage

  • Château Beychevelle 2005 (Red wine, Saint-Julien)
    Château Beychevelle 2005 (Red wine, Saint-Julien)

    £82.58
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  • Buy Chateau Beychevelle, Magnum, 1.5L, 1969
    Buy Chateau Beychevelle, Magnum, 1.5L, 1969

    Beychevelle, always known as a very smooth and delicate wine, has become richer and more muscular in recent decades. Incorporating a larger proportion of Cabernet Sauvignon in the blend, a longer cuvaison, more new oak for barrel aging, and the option of a second label for lighter wines have all resulted in a better constructed, more concentrated style of St. Julien. These changes have not meant a sacrifice of charm or finesse, however. Even in top years, Chateau Beychevelle is uncommonly smooth...

  • Chateau Beychevelle 1985
    Chateau Beychevelle 1985

    This is a print is produced using the gouttelette printing method. Taken from the French meaning "droplet", the gouttelette is a digital printing process, using the latest state of the art machines, specialised inks and high quality archival papers to produce an image of outstanding colur depth and resolution. Each of these superb prints is accompanied by a numbered certificate signed by the master printer.

    £129.95
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  • CHÂTEAU BEYCHEVELLE 2005
    CHÂTEAU BEYCHEVELLE 2005

    The most beautiful selection. PURCHASE AT FAIR PRICES. DELIVERY FROM £17.11. YOUR LOYALTY REWARDED. SECURE PAYMENT BY CREDIT/DEBIT CARD. OUR CALL CENTRE AT YOUR SERVICE.

    £300.00
    wineandco.co.uk
  • Chateau Beychevelle 1985 by Raymond Campbell
    Chateau Beychevelle 1985 by Raymond Campbell

    Design Accents art print, poster (60 x 50 cm)

    £129.95
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  • Chateau Beychevelle, 1986
    Chateau Beychevelle, 1986

    Description and Reviews: *** 92 Points Robert Parker *** "This is just a great Beychevelle, certainly the best of the decade and an indication of just what this wine can do. A deep garnet hue. The nose is typical of the vintage: dense cedar and tobacco infused blackberry, a touch of gypsum, wet sand and wild hedgerow (almost like a the north Norfolk sand-dunes.) The palate is full-bodied with a liquorices tinged entry, firm tannins and structure and impressive concentration, one that would not...

    £26.95
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  • Chateau Beychevelle Charles Mozley lithograph
    Chateau Beychevelle Charles Mozley lithograph

    Charles Mozley British Artist 1914 - '91.This lithograph for sale were originally from a set of twenty five, all published as a limited edition of one hundred and fifty copies by ‘Christie Wine Publications’ in association with ‘Hedges and Butler Ltd’. Image size 340 x 480mm. Page Size 500 x 600mm.

    £179.97
    vintagewinegifts.co.uk
  • Chateau Beychevelle, 1975
    Chateau Beychevelle, 1975

    Description and Reviews: *** 85 Points - Wine Journal *** REviews. "A mature mahogany core with tawny rim. It has a rather sweet, I am guessing chaptalized nose which turn very toffee-ish with 10 minutes in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied, moderate tannins, rather foursquare and conservative but quite mellow and refined on the finish." Neil Martin Wine Journal - Tasted 2008

    £26.95
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  • Château Beychevelle, 1982
    Château Beychevelle, 1982

    Château Beychevelle is a sight for sore eyes – a wonderfully elegant Bordeaux château built in the style of Louis XV, set amongst beautifully manicured gardens dating back three centuries. It commands an impressive 250 hectares (90 of which are planted with vines). Beychevelle has passed through many owners in its history, the present being GMF and the Japanese group Suntory, who have taken Beychevelle to new levels of quality.

    £145.00
    cadmanfinewines.co.uk
  • Château Haut-Beychevelle Gloria, Saint-Julien
    Château Haut-Beychevelle Gloria, Saint-Julien

    This is an intense, robust yet elegant Bordeaux red. Aromas of red berry and gentle cedarwood lead into a palate of ripe, smooth fruit flavours and silky tannins that perfectly illustrate the charm of Saint-Julien.

  • Chateau Beychevelle, 2004
    Chateau Beychevelle, 2004

    Description and Reviews: Beychevelle is on the rebound as evidenced by what they have accomplished over recent years. A good example of this chateau, the elegant, finesse-styled 2004 exhibits black cherry and cassis fruit interwoven with loamy soil, dried herb, and spicy oak notes. Medium-bodied, elegant, finely tuned, and finesse-styled, it is not short on flavor or depth. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2022. Score: 89 Robert Parker, Wine Advocate (171), June 2007

    £26.95
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  • Château Beychevelle, 1986
    Château Beychevelle, 1986

    "What a lovely nose on this wine, with exquisite aromatics of kirsch-like, soaring fruit, with hints of eucalyptus and Chinese dried plums. There is Sandalwood and some smokiness over a deep well of cassis and bursting damson fruit. The palate shows stunning concentration for Beychevelle, with a mid-palate richness and breadth of flavour, with bloody, earth-streaked black fruits against a firm tannic framework and an edge of acidity. One of the best 1986's I have tasted, and better balanced than...

    £89.00
    cadmanfinewines.co.uk
  • CHATEAU BEYCHEVELLE 4ieme Cru Classe Saint-Julien 1982 Bottle
    CHATEAU BEYCHEVELLE 4ieme Cru Classe Saint-Julien 1982 Bottle

    Description Château Beychevelle 1982 comes from a great Bordeaux vintage and was rated 94 points by Robert Parker. Château Beychevelle is a sight for sore eyes – a wonderfully elegant Bordeaux château built in the style of Louis XV, set amongst beautifully manicured gardens dating back three centuries. It commands an impressive 250 hectares (90 of which are planted with vines). Reviews.. "Beautifully sweet, slightly herbaceous black currant, licorice, and earthy notes emerge from this nearly opaque...

    £159.95
    dunells.com
  • CHÂTEAU BEYCHEVELLE red 1993, Fourth Classified Growth in 1855
    CHÂTEAU BEYCHEVELLE red 1993, Fourth Classified Growth in 1855

    The most beautiful selection. PURCHASE AT FAIR PRICES. DELIVERY FROM £17.11. YOUR LOYALTY REWARDED. SECURE PAYMENT BY CREDIT/DEBIT CARD. OUR CALL CENTRE AT YOUR SERVICE.

    £300.00
    wineandco.co.uk
  • Château Beychevelle, 1998
    Château Beychevelle, 1998

    "This elegant, stylish, well-delineated Beychevelle offers finesse and beauty in a medium-bodied, firmly-structured, flavorful format. Red and black currants, licorice, minerals, spice, and tar notes are subtle, but persuasive. While it does not cut an enormous swath across the palate, the wine's acidity, alcohol, and tannin are well-balanced." eRobertParker.com

    £69.75
    cadmanfinewines.co.uk
  • Château Les Ormes de Pez 2005 (Red wine, Saint-Estèphe)
    Château Les Ormes de Pez 2005 (Red wine, Saint-Estèphe)

    £41.95
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