The 2010 vintage in Bordeaux has been one of the most recognized vintages in the history of the region. Known for wines with bright aromatics, well integrated tannins, and beautiful vigor, when we can find them in a reasonable price point we scoop them up. During the month of February we will be featuring one of our exciting finds from this exceptional vintage. Get it while it lasts…when it’s gone, it’s gone.
2010 Château Chantelys Médoc
91 Points, Wine Enthusiast: “The Château Chantelys is a deep, dark red at first sight, but it is a beautiful, bright and light crimson when held up to the light. Ripe red berry fruit, earth, and tobacco aromas rise from the glass. On the palate, it is a delicious combination of fresh red cherry and black currant blended with a fine minerality and a light touch of oak. The tannins are bold and lend great structure to the full body of the wine. The finish is sublime and lingers on the palate for minutes. Enjoy this with grilled steak, a hearty lamb shank, or beef stew. Stock up now on this winter warmer today and get ready for the snow.”