BASC | Gloriously Mature Claret Mixed Case
Special 10% off price just for BASC members
Fabulously mature clarets are like hen's teeth, so we are pleased to have acquired parcels of these three wines in recent months to make up this special mixed case. All three are drinking perfectly now.
Château Ramafort 2010 is perhaps our bargain of the year. The Bordelais are raving about the recently released 2010 from this incredible property just round the corner from Pauillac and Saint-Estèphe, with its association with arguably the most impressive of all Pauillac. The château, which previously belonged to Château Lafite, is on the highest plateau in the Médoc, just north of Saint-Estèphe.
Coming from Fronsac, the 2010 Château Saint-Nicolas is crammed with rich, ripe merlot, seasoned with just a touch of cabernet franc. With plenty of spicy red and dark cherries and a long juicy, slightly savoury or earthy finish, its hugely enjoyable.
The 2011 Château Gironville from the Haut-Médoc is an almost equal blend of cabernet sauvignon and merlot (plus a dribble of petit verdot) and beautifully textured. Theres plenty of succulent blackberry/blackcurrant fruit here backed by a long finish and velvety tannins.
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