St Estephe, 2nd Growth Classification
The Cos d'Estournel wine is one of the better wines from what was a weak vintage. It is fully ready to drink, displaying a plummy, toasty bouquet, light to medium body, some soft, fleshy fruit, low acidity, and soft tannins in the finish.
Price: £159.00 (1 in Stock)
St Julien, 3rd Growth Classification
Very easy to drink, soft, and slightly sweet, with no abrasive tannin present, the 1987 Langoa has been fully mature for at least a decade. Now browning at the edges, this wine still has a some soft fruit on the palate.
Price: £79.95 (5 in Stock)
Pauillac 1er Grand Cru Classe
The 1987 Latour was made from 75% Cabernet Sauvignon and 25% Merlot, without any Cabernet Franc or Petit Verdot. The wine has a ruby color with some amber, and a promising bouquet of blackcurrants, spicy oak, and herbs. Medium-bodied, with more power and tannin than many wines of this vintage.
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Price: £395.00 (12 in Stock)
Château Nénin is a producer in the Pomerol region of Bordeaux. Like all the wines of Pomerol, Nénin is unclassified, but it is considered one of the better wines in the appellation. The estate is owned by Jean-Hubert Delon. Delon bought the estate in 1997 from his cousins-by-marriage, the Despujol family, who had run the château since 1847.
Price: £119.00 (5 in Stock)
Pauillac, 2me Cru Classe
This is a marvellous example of aged Pauillac from the excellent “super second” estate, Château Pichon Longueville Baron. After a change of hands and the introduction of Jean-Michel Cazes in 1985, a succession of releases set in motion a real change in fortune for the estate and brought it back to prominence. Now approaching its peak, the 1992 is rich with black fruits interlaced with savoury nuances of truffle, earth, leather and graphite.
Price: £160.00 (1 in Stock)
Malvedos Vintage Port
In declared Vintage years the wines of Malvedos form the fundamental part of the blend which makes up Grahams Vintage Ports. In many other years when there is not enough top quality wine for Grahams to declare a Vintage, the wine of Malvedos is nevertheless so fine that it is bottled on its own, unblended, when two years old and left to mature in bottle like other Vintage Ports. Unlike declared Vintages, Malvedos Vintage Port is normally only shipped when ready for drinking by which time it is usually at least ten years old, although it continues to improve for many years more.
Price: £99.00 (1 in Stock)
Armagnac 1987 Vintage (Includes presentation box as shown)
The great vintages or millésimés of Janneau are the expression of a single year, most commonly of a single cask. Produced exclusively with the single distillation process, they are the quintessence of this precious distillate aged over the years. Each vintage expresses its unique character. These vintages are bottled at the alcohol level in which they naturally come out of the cask. There is a sharp contrast between the sweet and sour flavours of wood, amplified by the strong alcoholic degree. Rich palate feeling the alcohol and the concentration of dry plums, spicy with persistent flavour of rancio and of spices, but round, soft and long in the finish.
Price: £129.00 (1 in Stock)
Quinta St Luiz Vintage Port
Includes Kopke Gift Box
A very rare bottle of Vintage Port from Kopke.
This single vineyard 1987 vintage port wine from Kopke has a medium garnet colour. Excellent bouquet of red fruit and candy floss. Sweet with good balancing acidity, with notes of caramel and a long finish.
Price: £139.00 (105 in Stock)
Robust, with a youthful ripeness and firm structure in the mouth. Beautifully balanced and developing great complexity, it's a rattling good glass of Port.
Price: £79.95 (5 in Stock)