Savvy Bordeaux fans know Cru Bourgeois is a wise buy. Crafted at lesser-known estates, these are “wines that cost almost as much to make as first, second, third, fourth and fifth growths selling for many times as much per bottle,” says Jancis Robinson — and this discovery is truly top of class.
From 99-Point 2010 (WS) and a 16th-century estate in fabled Haut-Médoc, Château de Malleret debuted to gold-medal glory at three top Concours — and double 90-Point acclaim. “Plenty of ripe blackberry and raspberry … Superb,” raves The Wine Advocate’s Neal Martin. Decanter’s take: “sleek, concentrated, stylish … plenty of perky acidity to enliven the palate.”
Enliven your palate today, if you’re quick — we have very few cases. Decant before serving and enjoy now, or to 2025.