Tag Archives: Bordeaux

Château Franc Grâce-Dieu

This small winery had been imported to the States prior to us picking them up.  I distinctly remember this wine and was disappointed that it disappeared off the market for a period of time.  I am excited to have reconnected … Continue reading

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Our First Selection from Pomerol

Yet again another fantastic duo- this husband and wife team makes extraordinary wines. Château Le Caillou is a seven hectare estate which has been owned by the Giraud-Belivier family since 1975 and is currently managed by André Giraud.  It is located … Continue reading

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Belle Eleonore

 Lussac Saint-Émilion, Bordeaux We were year into our import business before we decided to add Bordeaux wines to our portfolio. The market is competitive in Seattle, and I needed well-made, good value, small production wines. Belle Eleonore was one in … Continue reading

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La Fleur Chazal

In 2013 the US market began to flood with small Bordeaux producers.  A lot of these families has for many years produced product for their community for immediate consumption. Once the opportunity arose, they began selling to the US.  The … Continue reading

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La Croix Dillanges (Saint-Julien, Bordeaux)

La Croix Dillanges is a cuvée produced by Château du Glana, a young estate established in 1999. Its modern facilities and meticulous care in the vineyard help continue the high quality wines this region is known for. Château du Glana … Continue reading

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A Jewel from Bordeaux’ Entre-Deux-Mers

Literally translating to “between two seas”,  Entre-Deux-Mers is the largest region within Bordeaux.  Located on the Right Bank, it is the area between the Garonne and Dordogne Rivers. At the heart of the Entre Deux Mers appellation, Château Martinot benefits … Continue reading

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