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Under S$300: Bordeaux | 10 years on

Bordeaux Wines are known for reaching their peak drinking potential after 10 years. A number of wines have begun to develop secondary notes, while others are even developing tertiary notes. Savouring wines after a decade is a rewarding experience for many and here are our top picks for Bordeaux wines under S$300 for vintages 2009 and older. 

Under S$300: Bordeaux | 10 years on

Clos Fourtet 
Located on the limestone Cote west of St Emilion, Clos Fourtet is considered to be one of the most consistent and highest performing vineyards in the appellation. For the 1981 vintage, Clos Fourtet shows a rich, deep color. The nose of this fine wine is characterized by its rare aromatic precision, with notes of black cherries, blackberry liqueur, and licorice subtly mingled with violets. Full and fleshy in texture, it develops gently and sensually. There is low acidity, silky tannins, and a lingering finish with mineral notes.

Château Pavie Macquin
Dedicated to Albert Macquin, a pioneer who solved the phylloxera epidemic in Europe's vineyards, Chateau Pavie Macquin is a 15-hectare winery in St. Emillion. There is no comparison to this complex terroir, which features nine different types of soil and a blend of cooler and warmer regions within the vineyards and grape varieties. 
Pavie Macquin's 1999 vintage displays aromas of truffles, earth, espresso, black cherries, and roasted meats. The wine has a plum hue and a powerful, ripe body, as well as high extract and mouthwatering tannins. Dedicated connoisseurs who enjoy wines of such intensity will be handsomely rewarded for their patience. 

Under S$300: Bordeaux | 10 years on
Château Lascombes
Known to have one of the largest vineyards within the 1855 classified growth, Château Lascombes covers 120 hectares of vineyards in the finest plots in Margaux and another 10 hectares in Haut-Médoc. 

Château Lascombes is an exceptionally complex wine that combines power and elegance, smoothness and tannins. The depth of colour of the wine immediately draws attention in its youth. Fine-grained tannins complement a palate full of finesse and softness and allow the wine to develop its aromatic complexity and structure with time. 
Château Léoville Barton
Classified as a 2nd Grand Cru Classé in 1855, Château Léoville Barton is located in the beautiful Médoc terroir of Saint Julien. Hand-harvested grapes come from vines that average 40 years of age, with the oldest plot dating back to 1953. 
Intense colour with mingling aromas of candied plums, apricots, spices and sometimes toast, the wines of Leoville Barton have a freshness and complexity that are not overwhelming. A silky world of subtle, suave tannins glides smoothly along the palate, expressing the best expression of their exceptional terroir. 
A selection of Bordeaux wines from 2009 and older are available in this latest offer. Place your orders today by dropping us an email at customerservice@wine-clique.com.
Clos Fourtet (1981) - $284 nett per bottle
Cos d'Estournel (1994) - $289 nett per bottle (Last bottle) | WA 91
Marquis de Calon Segur (1997) - $80 nett per bottle
Le Dome (1998) - $320 nett per bottle | WA 94-96
Pavie Macquin (1999) - $180 nett per bottle | WA 90
Brane Cantenac (2000) - $235 nett per bottle | WA 93
Rauzan-Ségla (2000) - $284 nett per bottle | WA 90
Rauzan-Ségla (2006) - $180 nett per bottle | WA 92
Lascombes (2002) - $180 nett per bottle | WA 93
Lascombes (2003) - $209 nett per bottle | WA 94
Duhart Milon (2003) - $212 nett per bottle | WA 94
Pichon Lalande (2004) - $284 nett per bottle | WA 92
Malartic Lagraviere Blanc (2006) - $116 nett per bottle (Last 2 bottles) | WA 94
Grand Puy Lacoste (2008) - $155 nett per bottle | WA 90
Grand Puy Lacoste (2008) - $316 nett per magnum (1.5L) | WA 92
Leoville Las Cases (1994) - $299 nett per bottle | WA 93
Leoville Barton (2008) - $190 nett per bottle (Last bottle) | WA 92
Leoville Barton (2009) - $251 nett per bottle (Last 2 bottles) | WA 94
La Conseillante (2008) - $300 nett per bottle | WA 95
L'Eglise Clinet (2008) - $319 nett per bottle | WA 95
Le Puy Barthelemy (2009) - $241 nett per bottle
d'Issan (2009) - $308 nett per magnum (1.5L) | WA 93

Under S$300: Bordeaux | 10 years on
Rauzan-Ségla   2000
"Deep brick in color, the 2000 Rauzan-Ségla gives a mature nose of sandalwood, sweaty leather, cinnamon stick and star anise with wafts of raisin cake, dried cherries and preserved plums. Medium-bodied with a chewy texture and a good amount of remaining dried berries and savory layers, it finishes just a little rustic."
- The Wine Advocate, 90 points. 
S$284 nett/bottle (750ml)


Under S$300: Bordeaux | 10 years on
Le Dome   1998
"A bright ruby or garnet core. This has much more character on the nose, developing an attractive minerally or seaweed note. Peppermint notes seem to have disappeared when tasted in 2004. The palate is very expressive: warm and supple, echoes of Tuscan decadence like Sassicaia. It does not quite have the poise of the 2000, but again it has that lovely savory, meaty finish. This will be really interesting in a decade's time - 2014 onwards." - The Wine Advocate, 94 - 96 points.
S$320 nett/bottle (750ml)

 Under S$300: Bordeaux | 10 years on

Cos d'Estournel    1994
"Cos d'Estournel's unfiltered 1994 is one of the top wines of the vintage. It boasts an opaque blue/black/purple color, as well as a fabulously sweet nose of black fruits, licorice, pain grillee, and Asian spices. Full-bodied, with sweet, opulent fruit that reveals none of the vintage's tough tannin, this remarkably rich, well-balanced, classic wine will prove to be uncommonly long-lived. Anticipated maturity: 2003-2025. Cos d'Estournel is clearly producing wines that are often of first-growth potential." - The Wine Advocate, 91 points.
S$289 nett/bottle (750ml) (LAST BOTTLE)

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