2012 Chateau La Grangere, Grand Cru Saint-Emilion, Bordeaux

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Press and Tasting Notes

We were dumfounded and amazed at how sensational the 2012 Chateau La Grangere was for under $40! This wine transcends Bordeaux and will appeal to all wine lovers. It boasts cool aromas of mocha and dark fruit. Silky fine tannins define the finish of this incredibly approachable Bordeaux - even though can be laid down for several years. The viney ... Read More »

A Merchant's Pick


Featured December 09, 2013

THE REVIEW

Bordeaux is considered by many to be one of the finest wine growing regions on the planet. Yet in a world where Bordeaux prices continue to rise with every vintage and global demand seems endless, it has become increasingly difficult to find good, let alone great Bordeaux for under $50 per bottle...until now.
    We were dumfounded and amazed at how sensational the 2009 Chateau La Grangere was for under $40! This wine transcends Bordeaux and will appeal to all wine lovers: from Super Tuscan fans, to cult Cabernet followers, Rioja enthusiasts, and of course Francophiles alike.
    From one of the most highly rated vintages in the last few decades, 2009 has produced some amazing wines.
    Chateau La Grangere hails from the right-bank of Bordeaux. It is a classic blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Cabernet Franc. It boasts cool aromas of mocha and dark fruit. Silky fine tannins define the finish of this incredibly seductive red that should be opened now and can even be laid down for ten years. It is a rare find and even rarer value that should not be overlooked. It is perfect for your holiday gifts or personal enjoyment.Read More »