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Chateau Barreyre Bordeaux Superieur 2010

91 Our Score
(11/2014) This one was a serious surprise. Another Mike Corso import, the 2010 Barreyre tastes like a $25-$35 bottle of Bordeaux. In the glass, it shows flavors of blackberry, black raspberry, tobacco, cedar, roasted herbs, vanilla and toast. The wine is long and balanced and, though already drinking quite well, would ideally age for another 3-5 years.
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4299
1.5 LT
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La Fleur Ribeyrolles Bordeaux Superieur Rouge 2013

88 Our Score
(3/2016) A blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, the La Fleur Ribeyrolles was made using traditional Bordeaux techniques. The resulting wine offers lively acidity, fresh red and black fruits with notes of clay, wet earth and dusty red rock. While you can certainly pop-and-pour, you'll be surprised at how the fruit and texture open up after a bit of aeration. Pair it with beef, lamb or cheeses like Camembert, Brie and Roquefort. Simply put, it's a good ol' Bordeaux that tastes downright delicious!
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750 ML
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~11 bottlesCheck all Stores
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