Top Bordeaux Wine

My wine reviews include Bordeaux wines with high scores for their superb quality and taste, and their prices often reflect this as they tend to be more expensive. These Bordeaux wines achieve a score of 90 points or higher out of 100 and are often the wines that have the greatest aging ability and are therefore great Bordeaux wines for your cellar. They are also often the top ranked wines on many lists, especially in fine restaurants, with ratings that reflect their craftsmanship. You'll also find my reviews of Bordeaux wines that are less expensive, but still represent great value. This is just a small set of my wine reviews: when you join my wine community, you can access all of my reviews.

Château Pipeau Grand Cru, Mestreguilhem, Prop.-Récolt. 2007
A.C., Saint-Émilion, Bordeaux, France
Vintages Wine Panel: Notes of cassis, woodsmoke, coffee been and cherry on the nose. Dry and medium bodied with grippy tannins embroidering a core of forward fruit. Culminates in a medium-long and smoky finish. Enjoy tonight, or cellar for up to 5 years. My note: Full-on oak treatment, but it’s toasty and inviting. Underneath, you’ll discover lots of dark fruits and berries. Smooth and full-bodied with that classic Bordeaux styling. This one will do well in the cellar. Very fair price for this quality. Food pairings: rare steak with sautéed wild mushrooms. Alcohol: 13%  Sweetness: Extra Dry  750 ml  Drink: 2012‐2016  Price: $28.00 Score: 90/100

This wine was reviewed July 9, 2011 by Natalie MacLean

LCBO: 102756  Check Stock
 

Château Siaurac 2006
Lalande De Pomerol, Bordeaux A.C., France
Love the nose on this full-bodied red wine from Bordeaux! Fleshy red cherries and violets, followed by darker fruit on the palate. Luscious and supple with some tannic grip that will soften with decanting 2 hours decanting. This will last in the cellar but why wait as it's ready now. Good, satisfying finish. Highly recommended. Food pairings: lamb. Alcohol: 13.5%  Sweetness: Extra Dry  750 ml  Drink: 2013‐2019  Luscious Lamb Wine  Price: $24.95 Score: 90/100

This wine was reviewed March 15, 2014 by Natalie MacLean

LCBO: 309831  859 in stock
 

Château La Grange De Bessan Rémi Lacombe, Vitic. 2009
A.C., Médoc, Bordeaux, France
Excellent price for a solid Bordeaux. Full-bodied, good acidity for roast beef and some attractive black fruit and smoky aromas and flavours. Decant 2 hours and be happy. Food pairings: thick steak. Alcohol: 13.5%  Sweetness: Extra Dry  750 ml  Drink: 2014‐2017  Best Beef Wine  Price: $19.95 Score: 90/100

This wine was reviewed May 25, 2013 by Natalie MacLean

LCBO: 321331  Check Stock
 

Château Maison Neuve 2009
A.C., Côtes De Bordeaux, Blaye, France
Delicious! Full-bodied and bursting with black fruit aromas like black plums and wild tiny blackberries. Smoke and dried herbs wrap around a satisfying finish. Terrific with brisket. Alcohol: 13.5%  Sweetness: Extra Dry  750 ml  Drink: 2013‐2016  Best Beef Wine  Best Value Red Wine  Price: $15.95 Score: 90/100

This wine was reviewed January 5, 2013 by Natalie MacLean

LCBO: 307298  Check Stock
 

Château Verdignan Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 1999
A.C., Haut-Médoc, Bordeaux, France
Vintages Wine Panel: The 99s on the Left Bank have truly benefited from bottle ageing, offering a wider aromatic range, greater complexity, and finer balance. This wine displays layers of cassis and black cherry fruit, supported by fine tannins and refreshing acidity. It’s very approachable now, but it will reward short-term cellaring (2-3 years). My Note: A gloriously well-aged wine that you can enjoy now. Classic lines of black fruit and smoke. Robust, complex, layered and tasty. Cabernet Sauvignon Blend food pairings: grilled leg of lamb. Alcohol: 13%  Sweetness: Extra Dry  750 ml  Drink: 2009‐2014  Price: $29.95 Score: 90/100

This Cabernet Sauvignon Blend was reviewed May 23, 2009 by Natalie MacLean

LCBO: 125286  Check Stock
 


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