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Château Ducru-Beaucaillou Saint-Julien Red Bordeaux Blend 2014 (1500ml)

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A Victorian-style castle that looks over the Gironde estuary, in the center of a hundred-year-old park. A blend of 90% Cab Sauv & 10% Merlot, in 100% new French oak, aromas of pure fresh fruit layering in cedar, graphite and some floral notes. On the palate raspberry & blackberry with hints of black pepper, vanilla and oak harmony. Fine tannins, great acidity balance, lingering ending with an espresso and earthy mineral character. Tempting but give this a few years. Tasting Sample.

A Victorian-style castle that looks over the Gironde estuary, in the center of a hundred-year-old park. A blend of 90% Cab Sauv & 10% Merlot, in 100% new French oak, aromas of pure fresh fruit layering in cedar, graphite and some floral notes. On the palate raspberry & blackberry with hints of black pepper, vanilla and oak harmony. Fine tannins, great acidity balance, lingering ending with an espresso and earthy mineral character. Tempting but give this a few years. Tasting Sample.

9.5

Patrick Hurley

Fantastic wine. Needs a year or two more in the cellar to make it perfect.

Fantastic wine. Needs a year or two more in the cellar to make it perfect.

9.3

Rick Riddle

This ”left bank” Bordeaux eludes a sophisticated sexiness from start. In the glass, it’s inky, dense, purple intimidates you at first, but the silky, well balanced full bodied with soft tannins puts your mouth at ease. From the nose to finish, it is apparent that it had spent a substantial amount of time in French Oak. Notes of cassis, black cherry on the palate add a chocolate mole as it begins to breathe, with a finish reminiscent of those Welch’s Strawberry Fruit Snacks (in a great way) on a lengthy finish. Pairs great with a smoked Gouda, but almost equally as good alone. While the $150 price May scare you away, it is worth every penny. Savor every sip!

This ”left bank” Bordeaux eludes a sophisticated sexiness from start. In the glass, it’s inky, dense, purple intimidates you at first, but the silky, well balanced full bodied with soft tannins puts your mouth at ease. From the nose to finish, it is apparent that it had spent a substantial amount of time in French Oak. Notes of cassis, black cherry on the palate add a chocolate mole as it begins to breathe, with a finish reminiscent of those Welch’s Strawberry Fruit Snacks (in a great way) on a lengthy finish. Pairs great with a smoked Gouda, but almost equally as good alone. While the $150 price May scare you away, it is worth every penny. Savor every sip!

9.8

leon egozi

NY wine spectator grand tasting

NY wine spectator grand tasting

9.3

Location

  • 1003 4th Avenue East
    Olympia, WA 98506

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    Store Hours (Curbside Pickup only): Monday - Friday 3pm - 6pm

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