I guarantee you won't see another Bordeaux like this at such a low price. The scribes are talking up its value thinking it's over $30, "At a little over $30, this is a good value Bordeaux choice." They obviously haven't seen our price.
"375ml bottles work out as just over one glass of wine per person, which really is the perfect amount for mid week drinking and ideal if you’re having a glass by yourself" Andrew Graham. Oz Wine Review
Bright red fruit and rose petals on the nose that continues onto the palate. Powerful yet supple with smooth tannins, well-integrated oak and elegant savoury characters. An effortlessly elegant Pinot Noir.
"A great buy, this is a dark, intense blend with attractive tobacco and bottle-age characters mingling with lovely cassis and black fruit flavours. The tannins are robust" John Saker's Top 5 Bordeaux Reds, Stuff.co.nz
With viticultural origins going back to 1626 Trimbach not only makes some of the finest wines in Alsace but is undoubtedly one of the world's greatest Riesling, Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer producers.
"The 24-ha estate of Pascal and Jean-Marie Verhaeghe has done as much as any to improve the recent quality of Cahors and provide the challenge it should be giving to the most profound Malbecs of Argentina." Andrew Jefford The New France
Whilst the 2016 vintage is a boon for Châteauneuf generally, there is one producer of historical pedigree which has produced maybe the wine of the vintage. That is Château Mont-Redon. With a vineyard site that dates to 1344!