A new age classic! Chateau Teyssier – Saint Émilion Grand Cru (2009)

During my recent obsession with Saint-Émilion Bordeaux's, I stumbled accross this modern style example from a prestigious 2009 vintage. This Chateau Teyssier represents a really interesting example of the classic Merlot / Cab Franc blend, typical of the area. Nicely aged yet still in its infancy, the Teyssier shows a bright glossy garnet in the … Continue reading A new age classic! Chateau Teyssier – Saint Émilion Grand Cru (2009)

Clos Villemaurine – Saint-Émilion Grand Cru (2002)

This ones a bit special, a Christmas present I was saving to stave off the new year blues. This classic merlot, cabernet franc blend is an excellently aged example of a Saint-Émilion Grand Cru. In the glass, this wine gives a brilliantly rich tawny appearance, dragging you in straight away with its elegant shine! A … Continue reading Clos Villemaurine – Saint-Émilion Grand Cru (2002)

Domaine Maby – La Fermade Lirac (2015)

Here we have a wonderful example of a Southern Rhone red from the sometimes overlooked Lirac AOC. Often overshadowed by heavyweight neighbour Chateauneuf-du-pape, Lirac wines can offer great value for money, whilst still packing the big, bold yet elegant flavour profiles expected of the Rhone region. A vibrant ruby appearance paves the way for a … Continue reading Domaine Maby – La Fermade Lirac (2015)