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We at Bordeaux Wine Locators have hand-selected these artisan crafted wines from producers passionate about quality and terroir. Truly great values, these properties represent very affordable appellations along roads less-traveled in Bordeaux.Chateau Lagrange
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This small property located on the famous plateau of Pomerol next to the church was bought in 1953 by Jean-Pierre Moueix.
Its 30 year-old vines grow on heavy clay soil which the predominant Merlot grape shows its full character. Like all the Mouiex propertries, a meticulous work is made in the vineyard and in the cellars throughout the year.
The blend is 95% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc, with an annual case production of about 2000 cases. For a list of wines, click here.
Cotes de Francs
Owner Jean-Marie Chadronnier is a firm believer in the pure expression of terroir. Situated on the highest slopes of the Cotes de Francs, Chateau Marsau enjoys a limestone-clay soil perfectly suited to the Merlot grape, which comprises 100% of the vineyard planting. Because of its unique terroir in combination with low yield practices, Robert Parker has referred to Chateau Marsau as the "...Petrus..of the Bordeaux Cotes de Francs." For a list of wines, click here.
Chateau Branas Grand Poujeaux
Located on the famous gravel plateau of Grand-Poujeaux, between Chateau Chasse-Spleen and Chateau Poujeaux. Since 2002, Chateau Branas Grand Poujeaux has been undergoing an exciting new renaissance under the ownership of Justin Onclin and the consultation of Michel Rolland. A new, state-of-the-art facility proves what is possible from this oft-overlooked terroir. Planted with 50% Merlot, 45% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 5% Petit Verdot. For a list of wines, click here.Chateau les Grands Marechaux
Premieres Cotes de Blaye
Under the ownership of Christophe Reboul-Salze, and the renowned consultation of Stephane Derenoncourt, this property dramatically demonstrates the potential of the Cotes de Blaye region. The wines from this estate are full-flavored and incredible values. For a list of wines click here.
Premieres Cotes de Blaye
This is the beloved home estate of owner Christophe Reboul-Salze and family. Under the direction of oenologist Stephane Derenencourt, the wines are made to emphasize the purity of fruit, and are lees-aged for complexity and richness. Yields are typically held to 2 tons per acre, from vines averaging 35 years of age. 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon. For a list of wines, click here.Chateau La Garde blanc
This unique property is located on the splendid gravel hilltops of Martillac. Deep bands of clay provide the vines with just enough moisture retention to make for a complex white wine made from 50% Sauvignon Blanc and 50% Sauvignon Gris. Less than 1000 cases are produced, and with renowned consultation from Christophe Ollivier, the resulting wine combines freshness with concentration and a propensity to improve with short-term aging.
Paul Louis Martin
Located in the Montagne de Reims area of Champagne, the Grand Cru village of Bouzy is widely considered among the best in the region for Pinot Noir. Grower-producer Paul Louis Martin produces exquisite, terroir-driven wines, which include a Premier Cru Brut, a Grand Cru and a Grand Cru Rosé. All of the wines are predominantly made from Pinot Noir, while the Grand Cru Brut Rosé is made, in part, from the renowned still wines of the village, Bouzy Rouge AOC. All of these hillside vineyards are estate-owned, which results in wines that are distinctive and expressive of this unique growing region. For a list of wine, click here...
The Caiarossa estate is situated in the Val de Cecina near the Mediterranean coast of Tuscany. The name Caiarossa is derived from the unique 'red gravel' that is prevalent on the hillsides of the estate. The property was acquired by Eric Albada Jelgersma, a Dutch wine lover and entrepreneur who is also the owner of Chateaux Giscours and du Tertre in Margaux. The top wine is Caiarossa and the second is Pergolaia, both IGT reds. Biodynamic practices are used throughout the vineyard.
The 2004 Caiarossa is predominantly Merlot (33%), Cabernet Sauvignon (33%) and Sangiovese (22%), with small quantities of Petit Verdot (6%). Alicante (3%), Syrah (2%) and Mourvedre (1%). "Very pretty and complex, with blackberry, licorice and tar aromas and flavors. Full and chewy. Long finish. A cool wine from the owners of Giscours." JS. Wine Spectator 92pts. For a list of wines, click here...
The 2004 Pergolaia is a blend of Sangiovese (95%), with Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon (5%). "Aromas of vanilla and cherry follow through to a medium body, with fine tannins and a fresh finish." Drink now. JS. Wine Spectator. For a list of wines, click here...
Domaine Lucie et Auguste Lignier
With great anticipation and excitement, we welcome the wines of Domaine Lucie & Auguste Lignier as our latest exclusive selection,and our first Burgundy exclusive. The portfolio includes 16 wines froma wonderfully strong collection of vineyards featuring old vines that maintain the expression of individuality and terroir. Among those isthe vaunted Clos de la Roche, which lies on an easterly-exposed slope at the northern end of Morey-Saint-Denis, divided by the road leading to Gevrey-Chambertin, and shares some of the nuances associated with the grands crus of that commune.For a list of wines, click here...