Haut-Brion & Cos d’Estournel Lead Oeno’s Second Wave Of Bordeaux 2019 Releases18/06/2020
Oeno is launching today our second wave of much-anticipated Bordeaux En Primeur 2019 releases featuring some truly exceptional wines from Cos d’Estournel and Chateau Haut-Brion. Completing the selection is a number of rising stars specially selected by Oeno’s fine wine team for their exceptional future growth potential. Standout examples include Chateau Quintus which is owned by the Clarence Dillon family who also own Chateau Haut-Brion and Chateau Kirwan in Margaux where quality has increased dramatically in recent years.
Both of these up-and-coming estates feature in OenoFuture’s Bordeaux 2019 Discovery Collection which also includes the outstanding second wine of Chateau Haut-Brion, Le Clarence de Haut-Brion, and the Sauternes-Barsac First Growth Chateau Coutet. Very limited quantities of this collection are available at a special release price of £2500.
Chateau Lynch Bages 2019 / £395 per case
Owned by the Cazes family and only a fifth growth, this is one of the most consistent and best rated chateaux on the market, hugely popular with the restaurant trade and utterly delicious. Its excellent location in the Pauillac appellation is a stone throw away from illustrious neighbours like Chateau Latour, Chateau Pichon Longueville Baron and Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande.
Chateau Haut-Batailley 2019 / £228 per case
Another superb Pauillac wine, also a fifth growth, owned by the Cazes family of Chateau Lynch Bages who purchased the estate in 2007 and have already made significant improvements to bring the quality up. A great wine to invest in, delivering vintage after vintage a classic Pauillac style.
Chateau Kirwan 2019 / £180 per case
Chateau Kirwan located in Margaux is a third growth which has seen a relatively recent revival after years of average quality. Under the leadership and expertise of Michel Rolland the famous flying winemaker, the wines are proving year after year to be the best value Margaux on the market at a very affordable price. Succulent and drinking well even a at a young age, with fine potential for ageing.
Le Clarence de Haut-Brion 2019 / £630 per case
This is the second wine of Chateau Haut Brion, which used to be named Chateau Bahans-Haut-Brion until its launch in 2007, showcasing the excellence and majesty of the estate. Surely one of the best second wines of the great growths of Bordeaux.
Cos d’Estournel 2019 / £750 per case
Cos d’Estournel is an iconic chateau situated in the northern part of the Haut-Medoc area. The estate is located in Saint-Estephe on a hill (cos means “hill” in old French), facing Chateau Lafite-Rothschild on the neighbouring appellation of Pauillac. Another famous neighbour is Chateau Montrose, the prestigious second growth of Saint-Estephe. These wines are always racy with lots of spice and power and excellent ageing potential.
Chateau Coutet 2019 / £171 per case
This is a First Growth of Sauternes-Barsac which used to be owned by the Chateau d’Yquem owners until 1923. Coutet is famous for the extreme concentration and luscious style of sweet wine, epitomized by the ultra-exclusive Cuvee Madame (last produced in 1989). A great wine to invest in with the restaurant trade particularly keen on its versatility.
Chateau Quintus 2019 / £400 per case
Formerly named as Chateau Tertre Daugay, this estate was purchased in 2011 by the owning family of Chateau Haut-Brion. This is an up-and-coming Saint-Emilion Grand Cru estate which has seen the expertise of the Haut-Brion team improve quality drastically. This is one of the estates to watch out for as its potential for excellence is very high indeed.
Le Dragon de Quintus 2019 / £141 per case
This is the second wine of Chateau Quintus which is specially created for an earlier drinking life with a higher proportion of Merlot and a little less Cabernet Franc. As for the Grand Vin production is quite limited and of the utmost quality at a very soft price.
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