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Bordeaux

Jancis’ Wine of the Week: Château Grand Village Blanc 2018

We’ve long admired and enjoyed the excellent white wines from the Guinaudeau family. In recent years, they’ve really turned on the style at Grand Village as their Sancerre clones gradually replace ...

Bordeaux 2020: The Final Round Up

The 2020 Bordeaux en primeur campaign is drawing to a close. It represents the completion of an unparalleled trilogy from Bordeaux, and much like its immediate predecessor, this vintage is a ...

Bordeaux 2020: Haut Brion and La Mission Haut Brion

Aren’t they always? The Clarence Dillon range consistently flirts with perfection. These magical vineyards in the suburbs of Bordeaux produce outstanding wines year after year. And by all accounts, ...

Bordeaux 2020: Ducru Beaucaillou and Leoville Poyferre

It has certainly been a year for marking anniversaries. There have already been numerous commemorative bottles from 2020, and we have another two today bringing out the bling to mark special ...

Bordeaux 2020: Château Montrose

St Estèphe would appear to be a standout commune in 2020. The northern Medoc outpost has produced a clutch of sensational wines. Sadly we haven’t had a chance to taste Montrose – they are one of the ...

Bordeaux 2020: Château Palmer and Château Leoville Las Cases

Sadly, we were unable to assess Palmer 2020, their policy is to only taste at the chateau. If current form is anything to go by, this will be one of the most seductive and profound wines available ...

Bordeaux 2020: Canon, L’Eglise Clinet, Belair Monange, La Fleur Petrus, Troplong Mondot and Valandraud

Many would say this was the right side of the river to be on in 2020. Merlots have clearly excelled on the limestone and clay terroirs of St Emilion and Pomerol. Today, we are pleased to offer some ...

The best Pape bar none

It’s fair to say that we haven’t always championed Bernard Magrez’s Pape Clement. In fact, we often approach it with a little trepidation. However, when our sample arrived in the UK (it was the first ...

Bordeaux 2020: Pontet Canet

“This is a singular, fascinating expression of the vintage and highly recommended!” – Lisa Perrotti-Brown This is the first full vintage with Mathieu Bessonnet at the helm. The vineyards are still ...

Bordeaux 2020: Pichon Comtesse

We’re beginning to sound like a broken record when it comes to Nicolas Glumineau and Pichon Comtesse. Every year, this partnership seems to excel, and 2020 is no different. This stands head and ...

Bordeaux 2020: Lynch Bages

We’ve waited a while, and just like London buses, another grand name from Pauillac comes along! Hot on the heels of Pichon Comtesse, the Cazes family has released their flagship wine, the first ...

Bordeaux 2020: Brane Cantenac, Ausone and Les Carmes Haut Brion

“An absolutely fantastic Brane-Cantenac… A must-buy” – Neal Martin We’re huge fans of Henri Lurton’s Brane Cantenac. This is one of the most improved “Super Seconds” over the last decade. Every ...

Bordeaux 2020: The Wines of Domaines Baron de Rothschild

This is another spellbinding range of Domaines Baron de Rothschild wines. Under the stewardship of Jean-Guillaume Prats and Eric Kohler the bar has been raised yet again. There’s such classical ...

Bordeaux 2020: Grand Puy Lacoste

“The 2020 is a total stunner. It simply dazzles from start to finish.” – Antonio Galloni Hear hear, we concur, bravo. Xavier Borie and his formidable team have done it again. GPL is a worthy ...

Bordeaux 2020: Beychevelle, Malartic Lagravière and Clos du Marquis

With all the excitement of Lafleur and the other Guinaudeau wines on Wednesday, we were rather remiss and omitted to send out our offer on the wonderful Beychevelle 2020. We have been extremely ...

Bordeaux 2020: Domaine de Chevalier

Pessac Léognan is one of the stand-out communes in 2020. Notable successes from Smith Haut Lafitte, Haut Bailly, Pape Clément and Domaine de Chevalier have caught the eye of critics and the J&B team. ...

Bordeaux 2020: The Guinaudeau wines: Lafleur, Les Pensées, Les Perrières, Les Champs Libres and Grand Villages

“All the delicacy and refinement of Lafleur in an also incredibly juicily seductive parcel. An utterly great red wine” – Michael Schuster We are delighted to announce the release of the entire ...

Bordeaux 2020: Great value from some of the biggest names in Bordeaux….

We are delighted to release a selection of 2020s all made by Bordeaux royalty, priced for the most astute of collectors… Following the untimely death of Denis Durantou, his daughters, Noémi and ...

Bordeaux 2020: Château Batailley and Château Branaire-Ducru

Last year 2019 Batailley was one of our biggest selling wines. It’s not difficult to see why this appeals to so many. This Castéja owned Pauillac offers tremendous value for money. Astute investment ...

Bordeaux 2020: Chateau Angelus and Chateau Pavie

Since Stéphanie de Bouard took control at Angelus, we’ve seen a subtle shift in winemaking, resulting in a string of excellent wines. It’s not that Hubert was doing anything wrong, after all, he’s ...

Tertre Roteboeuf et al

The inimitable Monsieur Mitjavile has released his spellbinding range of 2020s. His three 2020s couldn’t be more different, although they are all bear the unique characteristics and qualities we ...

Bordeaux 2020: The Barton Trinity

Few wines command such reverence and loyalty amongst their followers. Generations of collectors have flocked to Leoville Barton for their go-to quintessential claret. In recent years, under the ...

Bordeaux 2020: Château Cheval Blanc

We were on a zoom call with Pierre-Olivier yesterday afternoon and there was no hint that Cheval Blanc would release this morning… We have been caught well and truly off guard. However, following on ...

Château Latour 2013

Under the watchful eye of Frédéric Engerer, Latour has enjoyed an unprecedented run of success. 2013, described as a “capricious” growing season, required an even more meticulous approach from the ...

A Glorious Gloria

Henri Martin created Chateau Gloria with a series of astute land purchases in St Julien. Nearly all the vineyard holdings belonged to the classified growths of 1855. This feat would be impossible ...

The Finest Claret you can buy for £20?

Since we tasted the wonderful 2009 Capbern Gasqueton, this chateau sandwiched between many of the big names in St Estephe has become a firm Justerini & Brooks’ favourite. We are delighted that some ...

All-Brane

Henri Lurton’s Brane Cantenac still flies just below most peoples’ radar. Despite a lofty classification, it never really receives the adulation it deserves; the big names in the commune: Margaux, ...

A L’If less ordinary

For many years Jacques Thienpont farmed one tiny plot in Pomerol. With his one-hectare plot purchased in 1979, he created an icon, the ultimate garagiste wine, which has stood the test of time and ...

99-point Domaine de Chevalier

We fell head over heels for Olivier Bernard’s magnificent 2018 Domaine de Chevalier. Enticing and welcoming from the off, this mixes gravelly, mineral-infused dark fruit with a gorgeous floral ...