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Cheapest France, Bordeaux Shops UK Online

The summary below is a selection of the top online shops which provide some extra special offers on France, Bordeaux items...

The list below contains some of the brand items available to buy France, Bordeaux

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France, Bordeaux : Château Tour de Mirambeau Sauvignon Blanc 2002, 75cl An old favourite, and no wonder - clean, fresh and delicious.

France, Bordeaux : Château Bourgneuf, Pomerol 2000, 75cl Muscular and dense, this is a wine to go the distance.

France, Bordeaux : Château La Gaffelière, 1er Grand Cru Classé, St-Emilion 2000, 75cl Classic St-Emilion that has a great future ahead.

France, Bordeaux : Château Lynch-Moussas, Pauillac 5ème Cru 2000, 75cl A smooth, dense Pauillac from an excellent vintage.

France, Bordeaux : Château La Pointe, Pomerol 2000, 75cl A smooth, rich and more feminine style of Pomerol.

France, Bordeaux : Château La Serre, St-Emilion Grand Cru Classé 2000, 75cl From the heart of St-Emilion comes this rich Merlot blend.

France, Bordeaux : Château Sainte Colombe, Côtes de Castillon, Cru Bourgeois 2000, 75cl A great Merlot-driven blend that proves that good Bordeaux needn't cost the earth.

France, Bordeaux : Yvecourt Sauvignon Blanc 2002, 75cl Generic Sauvignon from one of Bordeaux's foremost negociants. Easy-drinking style.

France, Bordeaux : Château Gazin, Pomerol 1997, 75cl A great Pomerol at an even better price.

France, Bordeaux : Lacoste-Borie, Pauillac. 2000, 75cl A most alluring wine that, as 2nd wine from Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste, packs a feisty punch.

France, Bordeaux : Château Tour de Gilet, Bin End 2000, 75cl A rare sighting of the lesser known Petit Verdot grape variety from a new star of the Bordeaux wine scene.

France, Bordeaux : Château Pichon-Longueville Comtesse de Lalande, Pauillac 2ème Grand Cru Classé 1970, Magnum A wine that was built to last - they don't make them like this anymore.

France, Bordeaux : Château Tour de Mirambeau Rouge 2001, 75cl A bright modern style perfect for drinking right now.

France, Bordeaux : Château Haut-Brion Premier Grand Cru Classé 1996, 75cl A Sleeping Beauty that is ready to awaken.

France, Bordeaux : Château L'Evangile, Pomerol 1996, 75cl Rich, luscious and ready to drink now!

France, Bordeaux : La Gomerie - Saint Emilion Grand Cru 1997, 75cl An ultimate expression of Saint Emilion terroir. A new superstar wine produced in minuscule quantities.

France, Bordeaux : Haut Brion - 1er Cru Classé 1997, 75cl One of the wines of the vintage from the best value First Growth in Bordeaux.

France, Bordeaux : Château Latour - 1er Cru Classé, Pauillac 1997, 75cl A big, rich wine that manages to be surprisingly open and approachable. A real gentle giant!

France, Bordeaux : Château Léoville-Las-Cases - 2ème Cru Classé 1997, 75cl Deeper and richer than wines from most of its neighbours, Leoville-Las-Cases made one of the Medoc's best 1997s.

France, Bordeaux : Château L'Evangile, Pomerol 1997, 75cl A truly brilliant Pomerol that gives a very high reading on the pleasure-gauge.

France, Bordeaux : Château Mouton-Rothschild - 1er Cru Classé 1997, 75cl A top Medoc wine at what amounts to a real knock down price (well for Mouton Rothschild anyway)!

France, Bordeaux : Château Tour de Mirambeau Clairet 2002, 75cl 'In the summer time, when the weather is fine'...

France, Bordeaux : Dourthe No1 White 2002, 75cl Fabulous value - crisp, fresh Sauvignon/Semillon blend from the progressive Bordeaux producer, Dourthe.

France, Bordeaux : Dourthe No 1 Bordeaux Rouge 2001, 75cl Cracking value Merlot/Cabernet blend from Bordeaux. Top winemaking combined with excellent fruit.

France, Bordeaux : Château Haut Lagrange 2000, 75cl Authentic claret at an astonishing price. Elegance personified.

France, Bordeaux : Château Daulibey 2000, 75cl Great value, very modern and loads of rich fruit, and yes, it is from Bordeaux!

France, Bordeaux : Yvecourt Medium Dry 2002, 75cl The perfect drop for those whoe don't like their wine too dry.

France, Bordeaux : Château Olivier 2001, 75cl A fantastic Grand Crus Classé from Pessac Léognan that is balanced, well-structured and elegant.

France, Bordeaux : Château Pont Saint-Martin 2001, 75cl A Merlot-dominated blend from Pessac-Léognan that proves that good Bordeaux needn't cost the earth.

France, Bordeaux : Château d'Arcins, Haut-Médoc Cru Bourgeois 2001, 75cl Fabulous Cabernet-dominated Bordeaux blend from the historic Ch. d'Arcins. Top value for money.

France, Bordeaux : Château Tour Prignac, Cru Bourgeois 2001, 75cl Situated north-east of St.Estephe in the heart of the Medoc, this is fantastically well-made for the price.

France, Bordeaux : Château Saint-Leon, Bordeaux Supèrieur 2001, 75cl Everything you could ever want in a sub £10 claret: weight of fruit, perfect balance and serious complexity.

France, Bordeaux : Initial de Desmirail 1999, 75cl The second wine from Château Desmirail, one of the eleven properties in Bordeaux run by Lucien Lurton.

France, Bordeaux : Blaissac, Bordeaux 2002, 75cl Top-value Bordeaux offering heaps of fruit and complexity for under £5.

France, Bordeaux : La Fleur de Blaissac, Médoc 2001, 75cl Classic Medoc packed with fresh raspberry, blackberry and spice flavours.

France, Bordeaux : Bahans-Haut-Brion 1996, 75cl The second wine from the famous Haut-Brion.

France, Bordeaux : Château Léoville-Poyferré, St-Julien 2ème Cru 1994, 75cl A lovely, rounded St-Julien from one of the rising stars of the appellation.

France, Bordeaux : Malescot St-Exupéry, Margaux, 3ème Cru. 1995, 75cl A delicious Margaux in the traditional style.

France, Bordeaux : Château de Rayne Vigneau, 1er Cru 1988, 75cl A full-bottle of 1er cru Sauternes, suitable for dinner parties or utter self-indulgence!

France, Bordeaux : Tourelles de Longueville, Pauillac 2000, 75cl Noted for its finesse and elegance, this is a second wine with top class style.

France, Bordeaux : Château Potensac - Cru Grand Bourgeois, Médoc 1996, 75cl A fine Cru Bourgeois property making great value wines whose quality rivals that of many good classed growths.

France, Bordeaux : Cuvée de la Renaissance, Lussac-St-Emilion 2001, 75cl A divinely decadent Merlot-based blend.

France, Bordeaux : Baron de Lestac Reserve, Médoc 2001, 75cl The top cuvee in the Baron de Lestac range sourced from two excellent estates in Bordeaux.

France, Bordeaux : Baron de Lestac Rouge, Bordeaux 2002, 75cl A classic Bordeaux blend of Cabernet, Merlot and a splash of Cabernet Franc at an affordable price.

France, Bordeaux : Bordeaux Estampe, 75cl A soft and dry luncheon style claret.

France, Bordeaux : Château Plain-Point 2000, 75cl This is nothing short of a vinous gustatory windfall from Fronsac - an area to watch out for.

France, Bordeaux : Château Cru Cantemerle 2000, 75cl Walks softly but carries a big stick.

France, Bordeaux : Château Cardinal-Villemaurine St-Emilion Grand Cru 2001, 75cl One of the lesser known properties of St-Emilion, this represents great value for money.

France, Bordeaux : Château Pontet-Chappaz 2001, 75cl An exquisite example from Margaux at less than half the price of some of the better known châteaux of the area

France, Bordeaux : Château Castera - Cru Bourgeois 1999, 75cl When the world of Bordeaux pricing has gone mad, Chateau Castera remains reassuringly affordable.

France, Bordeaux : Château Coty, Côtes de Castillon 2002, 75cl A great value red from the Côtes de Castillon, one of Bordeaux's hidden gems.

France, Bordeaux : Château Léoville-Las-Cases - 2ème Grand Cru Classé, St-Julien 1998, 75cl Leoville-Las-Cases has pulled out one of the finest Medocs of the vintage.

France, Bordeaux : Château Amarande 1998, 75cl This is Bordeaux AOC made with TLC. Soft, refined and very, very fine.

France, Bordeaux : Château Haut-Grava, Grand Vin de Bordeaux 1999, 75cl A 50:50 blend of Merlot and Cabernet from the Bourg region offering top-value for money.

France, Bordeaux : Château du Lort, Bordeaux 2001, 75cl A blend of 60% Merlot and 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, Chateau de Lort is a top-value wine from Bordeaux.

France, Bordeaux : Château Mirefleurs, Bordeaux Supèrieur 2002, 75cl Classic Bordeaux, but at a non-classic price.

France, Bordeaux : Château Mouton-Rothschild - 1er Cru Classé, Pauillac 1998, 75cl Classic Mouton. A wonderfully opulent, dense wine which will age magnificently.

France, Bordeaux : Château Haut-Brion - 1er Grand Cru Classé 1999, 75cl Undoubtedly one of the finest, and one of the most famous, wines in the world.

France, Bordeaux : Château La Mission Haut-Brion, Cru Classé des Graves 1999, 75cl Mission impossible! We think not - snap this up quickly though, because in a few weeks it'll be gone.

France, Bordeaux : Château Mouton-Rothschild - 1er Cru Classé, Pauillac 1999, 75cl Marvellous Mouton blew our buyers away in this vintage - welcome to a wine of eye-popping intensity.

France, Bordeaux : Château Mouton-Rothschild - 1er Cru Classé, Pauillac 1999, Magnum Marvellous Mouton blew our buyers away in this vintage - welcome to a wine of eye-popping intensity.

France, Bordeaux : Château Cheval Blanc, St-Emilion 1er Grand Cru Classé 1999, Magnum A beautiful wine from one of the most famous names in St-Emilion.

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