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Bas Armagnac, 1964

Baron G. Legrand

70cl - 40°
Armagnac is one of France’s oldest spirits,in production over 150 years before Cognac. It is called eau-de-vie. The Armagnac region lies in the Pays de Gascogne in the southwest of France. The most popular grape varietals used in the production of Armagnac include Ugni Blanc, Bacco, Folle Blanche and Colombard and the region is divided into three appellations; Bas, Haut and Ténarèze.

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Bordeaux, 1964

Vinicoles De Paludate

Bordeaux, in the south-west of France, needs little introduction to anyone with an interest in wine. One of the world's most prolific wine regions, it also manages to rank among the most famous and prestigious. The secrets of Bordeaux's wine success (other than magical Bordeaux Blend) are its three trump cards: diversity, quality and quantity. The majority of Bordeaux wines are the dry, medium-bodied reds that made the region famous.

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Bordeaux, 1964

Seignouret Freres

Bordeaux, in the south-west of France, needs little introduction to anyone with an interest in wine. One of the world's most prolific wine regions, it also manages to rank among the most famous and prestigious. The secrets of Bordeaux's wine success (other than magical Bordeaux Blend) are its three trump cards: diversity, quality and quantity. The majority of Bordeaux wines are the dry, medium-bodied reds that made the region famous.

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Carema, 1964

L. Bertolo

Carema is a red winemaking zone and boasts the king of Italian red grapes, Nebbiolo, as its leading varietal. The wine must comprise 85% of this variety, the remainder made up of a maximum 15% of authorized Piedmont red grapes. Ageing requirements are 36 months, of which 24 must be in wood, while the riserva must spend an extra six months in oak. Carema is a small mountainous area neighboring the Aosta Valley in the far northern corner of Piedmont, in north-western Italy. This unique viticultural landscape is situated in the province of Turin and was awarded its DOC classification in 1967. Similar to the steep,

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Chateau Chasse Spleen, 1964

Moulis Cru Bourgeois

Dark carmine with a brown edge. Complex with a lot of nuances, cassis and good oak farmyard and saddle leather. The taste is still full bodied, spreading in the whole mouth, with liquorice, cassis, and some iron. Tannins are drying out and the acidity is a touch high. Overall a nice, straight-forward wine.

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Chateau des Coulinats, 1964

Croix du Mont (sweet white) Mid shoulder

Wow an excellent Sauternes-style Bordeaux Wine. Light orange colour; mature, orange tea, baked apple, dried mushroom nose; rich, silky, mature, tobacco, dried mushroom palate with good acidity; long finish.

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Chateau Gruaud Larose , 1964

St Julien 2nd Growth Classification,

Cellar Tracker review. Upon holding the bottle up to the light, the clarity was stunning. Beautiful ripe nose, well balanced fruit oak and acidity with a finish that lingered for 30-40 seconds. A truly great bottle with enough structure to age another 5-10 years. Cellar Tracker posting, Tasted 2006.
Drink now to 2012

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Chateau La Croix de Gay, 1964

Pomerol

Price: £189.00 (1 in Stock)

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Chateau Lafite Rothschild, 1964

Pauillac 1er Grand Cru Classe, High shoulder

Good label/Level high-shoulder

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Chateau Lynch-Bages, 1964

Pauillac, 5th Growth Classification

The Chateau draws its name partly from the plain upon which it is sat (Bages) and partly from 75 years of ownership by the Lynch family. Although the wine has lost some of its fruitiness over the years, it is still very drinkable.

Price: £189.00 (3 in Stock)

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