1994
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Barbaresco, 1994

Castelo di Nieve Santo Stefano (Presented in a gift box with accessories)

This Barbaresco is fully mature with tertiary characteristics of forest floor underscored by notes of cherries, roses, and baking spices. On the palate, it is elegant, with a long spicy finish.

Pair this wine with rich meat focused dishes like braised short ribs, beef roasts, lamb or veal chops. Here you'll find that the smoke and earthy qualities of the wine are complemented by the dish. Feathered game, such as duck, goose, partridge, or quail are also excellent.

Price: £39.00 (18 in Stock)

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Barolo, 1994

Conterno Fantino - Vigna del Gris

This truly great red wine, has a grainy red colour with an orange reflection and a characteristic bouquet that is both acute and ethereal, reminiscent of fruits of the forest and home-made raspberry jam. It has a full, dry, robust, velvety, austere and well-proportioned taste.

Price: £79.00 (3 in Stock)

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Barros Port, 1994

Vintage Port

A very good port Port that has a very good complexity and mouth feel. Drinking well now as showing some maturity with a little tannin. This will hold for another decade, not as backward as some of the other port producers. 90/100 TC - Barros Tasting @ Barros Mar 2016.

Price: £79.95 (12 in Stock)

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Brunello di Montalcino, 1994

Biondi Santi - Annata

Biondi Santi's brunello di Montalcino is an elegant, age-worthy wine which is known for its brilliant garnet hue and its bouquet of berries with underlying vanilla and spice. A hint of earthiness brings balance to the finest examples.

Price: £195.00 (3 in Stock)

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Chateau Bel Air, 1994

Cuvee Passion - Bordeaux

This 1994 wine is a merlot based blend from Bordeaux. It has a nice mature and ripe with earthy currant and plum fruit. Palate is nicely sweet as well, but finishes very dry. At the end of its drinking window but still tasty.

Price: £34.95 (3 in Stock)

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Chateau Clarke, 1994

Listrac Cru Bourgeois

Stoic and firm in character, the nose, with its tobacco, wet earth, spice, cassis and cherry aromatics are the best part of the wine. There is an austerity on the palate that will definitely appeal to lovers of older classic wine.

Price: £42.95 (2 in Stock)

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Chateau Clarke, 1994

Listrac Cru Bourgeois (Includes gift box with wine accessories as illustrated)

Stoic and firm in character, the nose, with its tobacco, wet earth, spice, cassis and cherry aromatics are the best part of the wine. There is an austerity on the palate that will definitely appeal to lovers of older classic wine.

Price: £49.95 (5 in Stock)

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Chateau d'Armailhac, 1994

Pauillac, 5th Growth classification

Tasting notes

Made in an attractive, more muscular style, the 1994 displays a dark ruby/purple color, spicy, meaty, curranty aromas with a touch of cedar and earth, moderate tannin, and good flesh and structure. It may develop into an upper eighty point wine if the tannin melts away without a loss of fruit.
*Robert Parker's Wine Advocate*

Price: £74.95 (10 in Stock)

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Chateau Ducru Beaucaillou, 1994

St Julien 2nd Growth Classification

" Ducru is on a roll, with fine efforts over recent vintages, including an exceptional 1994, spectacular 1995, and what looks to be an equally profound, super-concentrated 1996. A top-notch effort in this vintage, Ducru-Beaucaillou's 1994 displays a dark purple color, a textbook, cassis, mineral, licorice, and floral-scented nose, medium body, outstanding extract and purity, moderate tannin, and a persuasively rich, sweet, spicy finish. Everything is well-integrated (including the tannin). This should prove to be a classic St.-Julien." Robert Parker Wine Advocate 1997. Parker Rating 90/100 (outstanding)

Price: £95.00 (2 in Stock)

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Chateau Haut Brion, 1994

Pessac Leognan 1er Grand Cru Classe

*** 92 Points Robert Parker ***

Reviews
"This is one of the surprise sleeper wines of the vintage which has more successes than many people suspect in spite of all the rain. The tremendous drainage enjoyed by the Haut Brion vineyard worked in its favor during this wet September harvest. The color is deep plum/ruby with a bit of lightening at the edge. Notes of compost, truffle, earth, spice box, dried herbs, and licorice compete with sweet black cherry and currant fruit. The wine is medium-bodied, with a relatively plump, chewy feel to it. It is certainly one of the top half dozen or so wines of the vintage.

Price: £445.00 (2 in Stock)

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