Chateau Figeac

$ 153.01 $ 143
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750 ml

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Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with aromas of red cherry, exotic spice, ginger, menthol and a touch of button mushroom. The wine is light in body, but delivers dried fruit and pulpy raspberry flavors. A California style, this bottling shows subtle notes of bell pepper, green bell berry and crushed gravel. It`s a well-composed blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenère, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, simple and fresh in berry and tea. Produced by the Ciel du Cheval estate in Montalcino, this is a ripe, full-bodied and velvet textured wine. It has ripe berry fruits, touches of ginger and spice and a smooth texture. With its rich feel and touch of spice, it is likely to age over several years. Drink from 2018.
Wine experts say this Red wine is par for the course. It`s dry, brisk in acidity and polished, with pleasant raspberry, cherry and Dr. Pepper flavors. Give it a brief decant and drink now. Rounded, ripe and smoky, this is a rich Cabernet Sauvignon. The fruit explodes from the glass, giving a fine, jammy character to the dry finish. This wine has attractive acidity as well as ripe tannins. It is developing well, offering fresh black-currant flavors at this young stage. Keep this wine for another 2–3 years. This 100% Cabernet Sauvignon is a wonderful example of where the winery`s 15-year-old vineyards can do far more than this. It`s fantastically rich in black and red currants, licorice, cedar and mocha, and fabulously complex in pineapples, nectarines, apricots and pineapples.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with ripe fruit and a lingering touch of pepper and spice on the finish. Drink this honest, no-fuss wine now through 2015. A wonderful wine, like a Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir, but with aplomb. Lively and rich with cherry pie, red licorice, pomegranate, spicy vanilla and creamy vanilla flavors, set off by bright acidity and chalky tannins. Easy to find, with 12,100 cases produced. This is one of Iron Horse`s 2010s, least-know wines. The 2011 Art Series is a medium-bodied, pure-fruited wine with fragrances of violet and red berries. The flavors are pure and vivid, showing energy and focus, backed by soft, grapey tannins and bright acidity. It`s a wine to age; drink now through 2015.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with a soft, approachable structure and subtle aromas of pepper, clove, red currant and cedar. Overall, it`s a fine effort from deceptively soft and approachable, just not very complex. Cherry and blackberry aromas are fresh, stony and come with a touch of latex at first. This feels fresh and tight, with forward tannins. Light on the palate, it offers red berry, spice and chocolate flavors. The finish is spicy and honest. This is a fresh and lively, non-tactic wine from the northernmost appellation of Grenache. It has tense, nervy red fruit and lively acidity. There`s a steely edge to this crisp, light wine that`s very refreshing. Everything about this Pinot is upfront, but it`s beautiful.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as advertised in terms of ripe, seductive tannins and balanced acidity. It`s bone dry, with an elegant structure framing ripe cherry, cedar and tea flavors. Seamless on the finish, but beautifully balanced, with subtle tannins and a hint of licorice. Drink now–2012. The Luigi Mirelli Estate Vineyard is a kind of informal go-to wine for everyday enjoyment. It offers ripe raspberry and cherry flavors, followed by distant tones of white almond and wet stone. A very earthy, rustic wine, this one showing a bit too much wood. The palate is tannic and raw, and there`s not much to this elegant red. Earthy, roasty blackberry and currant flavors are hollow at the end.

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