“Unquestionably the greatest vintage I have ever tasted.” — Robert Parker on Bordeaux 2009
That's high praise, indeed. And, in the historic 2009 vintage, the fine wine district of Graves — home to prestigious First Growth, Château Haut Brion — “really excelled.” (Wine Spectator) You'll save $60 when you take a case of this great, small-production find from premium Graves and standout 2009.
This sumptuous Merlot-Cabernet comes from the Haverlan family and sports two gold medals, plus layers of velvety blackberry and earthy spice. Already smooth enough to enjoy now (a hallmark of the 2009 vintage), it will also cellar well for the next decade.
We recommend that you decant the wine an hour prior to serving with rich, roasted red meats.