Château Rauzan-Ségla Margaux Grand Cru Classé Red Bordeaux Blend 2014

$29.95

Our 2014 Margaux Private Label is one of Bordeaux’s great values. Bottled at the legendary Chateau Rauzan-Segla, this “Margaux” is the real deal. A beautiful nose of violets, lavender, blackberry, crème de cassis and cedar. On the palate, it is medium to full bodied with a softness and juicy sweetness of fruit that keeps you coming back for more. While it’s drinking beautifully today, it should age effortlessly for at least another 10 years. Drink 2018–2030. Sokolin Tasting Panel

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Ratings on Delectable

Matthias Gassner

Nose full of cassis, graphite dust and some herbal-spicy notes, also a bit of cooked blackberries. You can even smell the bursting minerality. On the palate a little bit greener with high tannins and acidity, bloody young but has the foundation to age for a long time. Again highly mineralic with a long

Nose full of cassis, graphite dust and some herbal-spicy notes, also a bit of cooked blackberries. You can even smell the bursting minerality. On the palate a little bit greener with high tannins and acidity, bloody young but has the foundation to age for a long time. Again highly mineralic with a long

9.2

Li Jun Xian

A most fashionable wine and delicious! Bought a few bottles. Note on vineyard: Wertheimer family of Chanel, who installed a winemaking team led by David Orr and John Kolasa (both from Chateau Latour). Chanel remain the current owners, and they are credited with continuing to push the quality ever higher. In 2014, Nicolas Audebert, the former winemaker at Cheval des Andes, the LVMH property in Mendoza Argentina, was hired to replace John Kolasa.

A most fashionable wine and delicious! Bought a few bottles. Note on vineyard: Wertheimer family of Chanel, who installed a winemaking team led by David Orr and John Kolasa (both from Chateau Latour). Chanel remain the current owners, and they are credited with continuing to push the quality ever higher. In 2014, Nicolas Audebert, the former winemaker at Cheval des Andes, the LVMH property in Mendoza Argentina, was hired to replace John Kolasa.

9.7

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