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Simply put, Bordeaux is our Life! We are a group of international merchants, importers and negociants with offices in Europe and the United States. We have been in business for over 35 years and have access to the finest Châteaux, the finest wines and we are able to offer them at extremely competitive prices.
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Our Featured Wines
2005 Clos Haut-Peyraguey, Sauternes 'Grand Cru Classé' 375ml.
Originally, back in the 17th century, Clos Haut-Peyraguey and Château Lafaurie Peyraguey were once part of the same, large Sauternes property. As you can probably imagine, just by noticing the similarity in both of the estates names. The name Peyraguey can be translated into the word hill, which is due to the superior elevations and slopes enjoyed by the vineyard.
In 1879, the Duchatel family, who also owned Château Lagrange in St. Julien made the decision to split the large Sauternes estate into two separate vineyards, with the vineyards located at the peak of their elevations passing to Clos Haut-Peyraguey. The remaining portion became known...Learn More
2007 Château Rieussec, Sauternes 'Grand Cru Classé' 375ml.
Chateau Rieussec got its start when it was founded by an order of Carmelite monks. Like many Bordeaux wine properties, the estate was confiscated during the French Revolution. This led to an auction around 1790 when it was sold to the Marheilhac family. At the time, they owned Chateau La Louviere, located in Pessac Leognan. Interestingly. Chateau La Louviere was also confiscated during the French Revolution from an order of Monks.
Following the 1855 Classification, Rieussec passed through numerous owners including the Gasqueton family. The Gasqueton family also owned Chateau Calon Segur in St. Estephe. This was followed by numerous changes in ownership until it was purchased by...
2007 Château Cheval Blanc, Saint–Émilion 'Grand Cru'
In 1998 Chateau Cheval Blanc was purchased by Bernard Arnault and Baron Albert Frere for about the equivalent of 135 million Euros. They asked Pierre Lurton to manage the property for them.
Being located on the Pomerol border in the northwest portion of Saint–Émilion is part of the reason for the voluptuous quality of Cheval Blanc. In part, this explains why Cheval Blanc has all the best attributes of Saint–Émilion and Pomerol. In fact, they are only a stones throw away from the Pomerol plateau.
The 39 hectare vineyard of Cheval Blanc The vineyard of Chateau Cheval Blanc is planted to 49%...Learn More
2008 Château Angélus Saint–Émilion "Grand Cru"
Saint–Émilion – Premier Grand Cru Classé “A”
The de Boüard de Laforest, can trace their history in Bordeaux back to 1544. Their family’s ownership of Angelus dates to 1782 and continues today.
Less than a kilometre from the famous Saint–Émilion bell tower, situated on the much-vaunted south-facing “foot of the hill”, Angélus has been the life work of eight generations of the Boüard de Laforest family.
In the first-ever classification of Saint–Émilion wines in 1954, Château Angélus was a Grand Cru Classé. Already at the time, it benefited from a solid reputation, which helped it survive the Bordeaux...Learn More
2010 'ARIA' Château de La Riviere, Fronsac
Château de La Riviere is one of the older estates in the Fronsac appellation. The history of the property can be dated back all the way back to 769, when the Emperor Charlemagne ordered that a fort be constructed on the site, Prior to 769, the land was previously used by the ancient Romans as a burial mound. The large, 65 hectare vineyard of Château de La Riviere is planted to 82% Merlot, 13% Cabernet Sauvignon, 4% Cabernet Franc and 1% old vine Malbec in 53 separate parcels on clay, limestone and sandy soils. This shows a marked increase in the plantings of Cabernet Sauvignon. The vineyards have...Learn More
2008 Château Croix du Rival, Lussac-Saint–Émilion
Didier Miqueu and Stephan von Neipperg acquired a magnificent vineyard with some of the best terroir in Lussac-Saint–Émilion in 2007. The vines are located in an area of great archaeological interest encompassing the former Gallo-Roman villa of Lucciacus, from which the name Lussac is derived. Digs in the vicinity prove the property's ancient wine growing vacation and long, rich history.
Château Croix du Rival has twenty hectares of vines, some of which are over 50 years old. The clay-limestone soil is entirely comparable with that of the Saint–Émilion plateau where the finest great growths are located. The Croix du Rival...Learn More