Pauillac 2014


75cl bottle: £24.95

Case of 12 75cl bottles: £299.40


A seriously special wine from one of the most well-known Châteaux in the world. This wine comes from the top pedigree of winemakers and it is clear upon tasting it. The 2014 vintage was described by Steven Spurrier in Decanter as 'a joy to taste' and the best since 2010.


Our Tasting Notes

An extraordinary elegant, fruit driven nose. Very sophisticated merlot driven fine wine that shows its real pedigree. Beginning to drink well already - a treat.

Wine Data

Grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot
Appellation: Pauillac
Alcohol: 13.5%


"The 2014 Pauillac is a fine successor to the 2012 that readers positively lapped up last time.In fact, I think they bought the lot. Wonderfully stylish and accessible, this is from one of Pauillac’s most famous estates (and about a twentieth of the price of its grand vin). Like a faun, it tantalises ethereally. " Jonathan Ray, The Spectator

"From the leading and famously iconic top estate in Pauillac (see what I did there?). We’ve offered it in these pages before and readers lapped it up. With an extra year’s bottle age it’s even better. Despite its Pauillac provenance, it’s Merlot-driven, giving it an underlying softness and elegance. There’s plenty of concentrated dark fruit and the result is classic, textbook claret." Jonathan Ray, The Spectator