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Bordeaux - Red
The left bank is responsible for the most famous red wines on the planet. It is dominated by Cabernet Sauvignon plantings, reflected in the full-bodied, long-lived tannic style of wines. Châteaux of the Médoc (Pauillac, Saint-Estephe, Saint-Julien), are rated under the 1855 Bordeaux classification into growths. Other important left bank appellations include the Graves and Margaux.

The right bank refers to the right bank or northern half of the Dordogne. Merlot is the dominant grape variety here, accounting for softer, less tannic wines than Cabernet Sauvignon. Saint-Emilion (which has its own classification system), and Pomerol are the most famous of right bank appellations.

 

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Chateau Angelus 2000
Chateau Angelus 2000
Your Price: $475.00
Chateau Angelus 2000
“Approaching perfection….magnificent…” Robert Parker – 99 points
hateau Angelus 2010
Chateau Angelus 2010
Your Price: $399.00
Chateau Angelus 2010
“An absolutely spectacular wine from this estate…” Robert Parker
Château Latour 1982
Your Price: $1,895.00
Château Latour 1982
“Don’t miss it if you are a wine lover.” Robert Parker – 100 points
Chateau Le Tertre Roteboeuf 2005
Chateau Le Tertre Roteboeuf 2005
Your Price: $285.00
Chateau Le Tertre Roteboeuf 2005
“A sensational effort...one of the most profound wines made by Francois Mitjavile.” Robert Parker
Chateau Lynch-Bages 1990
Chateau Lynch-Bages 1990
Your Price: $345.00
Chateau Lynch-Bages 1990
“I would rank the 1990 and 1989 as the two greatest Lynch Bages made in the last 30 years.” Robert Parker
Château Smith Haut Lafitte 2000
Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte 2000
Your Price: $149.00
Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte 2000
"With full body...velvety texture...beautiful weight, richness, and length...superb wine..." eRobertParker.com
Château Troplong Mondot, 2005
Château Troplong Mondot, 2005
Your Price: $299.00
Château Troplong Mondot, 2005
“Superstar of the vintage…a tour de force....will be talked about for decades to come.” Robert Parker – 100 points