Wednesday 12 May
Explore Bordeaux wines with h2gwines.ie
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€192
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Bordeaux is the largest fine wine producing region in the world. So big that you really need to know what you’re buying. We have selected 6 wines – 5 reds and 1 white – each one a super example of great value and quality from their respective appellations.

We take you on a tour of Bordeaux starting with three Left Bank reds – a Medoc, a Saint-Julien & a Margaux. Then a delicious white from Marc Lurton in Entre-Deux-Mers. Ending with two Right Bank reds from Puisseguin Saint-Emilion & Blaye.

Six wines that eliminate the guess work and save you €33.

We hope you like these wines. Please let us know what you think at

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Wine details:

Chateau Bellevue de Tayac 2011, Margaux AOC

Jean-Luc Thunevin’s influence is clear in this wine – concentrated fruit with soft vanilla from up to 18 months aging in 100% new French oak barrels. A blend of Merlot, Cab Sauv & Petit Verdot, part micro-vinified in barrels. Aromas of ripe fruit – red plums, black cherries and blackberries. The vines grow on gravel over clay soil – thus benefiting from good drainage but with access to low level moisture when required.

Eleonore du Chateau Teynac 2016, Saint-Julien AOC

The wine, dominated by Cabernet Sauvignon, is concentrated, complex & elegant with a classic claret nose of black fruit, cedar and cigar box. On the palate it is smooth and elegant with Christmas spice coating the mouth. Long, classy and effortless.

Chateau Haut-Myles 2014, Medoc AOC

The Chateau has had Cru Bourgeois status since 1932. This wine is a regular award winner.  A blend of approx. 60% Merlot and 40% Cabernet Sauvignon. Located on the higher terrain of Blaignan in the Medoc, the vines benefit from good drainage on clay-limestone soils. It has the roundness and richness of Merlot combined with the complexity and depth of Cabernet. A range of fruits with violets, licorice, green peppers and herbaceous, savoury minerality.

Chateau Reynier 2016, Bordeaux AOC

A blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Muscadelle. Grown on limestone and clay hillsides, integrated vine management ensures biologically balanced and healthy grapes. Ultra careful grape selection, meticulous vinification and no malolactic fermentation ensures that this white is refreshing and full of fruit.

Chateau La Diligente 2015, Puisseguin Saint-Emilion

A blend of barrel-aged Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. It is ripe, soft and mellow with lovely red plum, cherry and Christmas cake spice. It has medium plus body with good acidity and a savoury, minerally finish. This wine is best enjoyed with food.

Chateau Haut-Moulin 2018, Blaye-Cotes de Bordeaux

A blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon from the northern bank of the Gironde estuary in Blaye. Red and black fruits – cassis, plums and cherry along with spice, vanilla and smoke. This wine is rich and smooth and drinking really well at the moment with red meats and cheese.

TERMS of OFFER

TERMS of OFFER

Please email mark@honest2goodness.ie AND include your name, voucher code, delivery address, Eircode and contact phone number.

 

- Nationwide delivery is included in the price subject to standard h2gwines.ie delivery terms.

- Collection from Honest2Goodness Market is possible if notified in advance.

- H2G Wines reserves the right to substitute the wine to a different vintage or to substitute any wine with an equal or better wine.

- Must be redeemed by Friday May 28th 2021.

- All orders will be dispatched during W/C May 31st 2021.

- No cash equivalent.

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Dublin 11,
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