Château Le Puy Emilien Côtes de Francs Red Bordeaux Blend 2011

Ratings on Delectable

Joe Paradise Delectable Pro

Holy cow this one is good! Picked up on a whim in quebec, and cant believe the value. Elegant, med- body with fine bet firm tannin. Wild earthy, briary notes. But very restrained on the alc and extraction.

Holy cow this one is good! Picked up on a whim in quebec, and cant believe the value. Elegant, med- body with fine bet firm tannin. Wild earthy, briary notes. But very restrained on the alc and extraction.

9.2

Shana Sokol Delectable Pro

And it's a "natural wine" to boot

And it's a "natural wine" to boot

9.2

Stefan Lindberg Delectable Pro

Great price, great wine, simply great!

Great price, great wine, simply great!

9.0

Wojciech Bońkowski Delectable Pro

Bloger bonkowshi.me

No SO2 Bordeaux, my 1st ever. Tastes more of no SO2 than Bordeaux, FWII.

No SO2 Bordeaux, my 1st ever. Tastes more of no SO2 than Bordeaux, FWII.

8.0

Les Huisman Delectable Pro

Delicious. Hard to wrap my head around it as Bordeaux, but absolutely fresh, vibrant and complex.

Delicious. Hard to wrap my head around it as Bordeaux, but absolutely fresh, vibrant and complex.

Wayne Rodriguez

Fantastic value! Delicious.

Fantastic value! Delicious.

9.0

Alexis Bendjouia

With Nicole at Gramercy. Epic

With Nicole at Gramercy. Epic

10

Geoff Halprin

A larger Bordeaux (St Emilion) red. Needs to open.

A larger Bordeaux (St Emilion) red. Needs to open.

9.0

Theresa Rametta

One of the most elegant wines of Bordeaux that I have tried, achieving that perfect balance of rusticity and fruit.

One of the most elegant wines of Bordeaux that I have tried, achieving that perfect balance of rusticity and fruit.

9.5

Alyssa Duke

At pigeon hole with Dan Birch and Ryan

At pigeon hole with Dan Birch and Ryan

9.1

Location

  • 6801 Melrose Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA 90038

  • Hours:
    Sunday: 12pm-5pm
    Monday: 12pm-8pm
    Tuesday-Saturday: 11am-8pm

WARNING: DRINKING DISTILLED SPIRITS, BEER, COOLERS, WINE AND OTHER ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES MAY INCREASE CANCER RISK, AND, DURING PREGNANCY, CAN CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS.