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"Bordeaux" a great or the greatest winemaking region in the world ? Many say it occupies a position at the pinnacle of world wine making.

The Bordeaux wine region certainly has the pedigree of greatness, its longevity of status, tradition and world wide fame goes back many centuries, some will say Burgundy is its equal and no doubt that debate will also last for centuries.

Sadly too many people view Bordeaux wines as too expensive and not affordable. Yes, many wines and sub-regions are in that category and that is why the perception of only high prices continues to prevail. But, by careful research, viewing a good wine merchants wine list or talking to, many a affordable red and white wines of excellent quality can be acquired and thoroughly enjoyed.

Alexander Hadleigh Wine Merchants, Southampton, Hampshire,UK hold significant stock in store and online of Bordeaux red and white wines at prices to suit most tastes and budgets.

Fine wine collectors and investors do dominate a large sector of the Bordeaux market.(as they do in Burgundy) The Medoc with its five designated growths, St. Emilion and its premier grand cru classe, the top wines of Pomerol and Graves and then the great white wines of Graves, Sauternes and Barsac are all monopolised by these fine wine enthusiasts. But, Bordeaux being such a huge wine growing region does produce very good quality wines to suit most budgets. Putting the top growths to one side, there is another quality sector with an appellation title of "Cru Bourgeois" with prices that can vary from a 3rd growth Medoc wine down to a much more reasonable cost. Following on from Cru Bourgeois we have dozens of "Petit Chateaux" within the famous Bordeaux sub-regions, again producing fine wines at a reasonable price. Finally we have hundreds of vineyards occupying the outer regions and so-called satelites of greater Bordeaux. Many producing excellent quality Bordeaux style wines at prices competing with the rest of the wine world.

One big advantage Bordeaux has over some other single grape or limited variety French regions is ability to successfully grow a wide variety of grapes and then its wine making ability to blend and deliver fine wines, even at times of indifferent vintages. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc are the most widely grown red grapes. Merlot being more dominent in the wines of Pomerol and St. Emilion, while Cabernet Sauvignon leads the way throughout the Medoc.

The three white grape varieties of Bordeaux are Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Muscadelle. Bordeaux white wines are synonymous with outstanding dessert wines and it’s a well known fact this sub-region of Sauternes and Barsac are producing a collection of many of the worlds best known and most expensive sweet wines. But, then we have another Bordeaux surprise in its sub-region of "Graves" also producing some of the world’s best and most expensive dry white wines e.g. "Haut Brion" and "Domaine de Chevalier" who also produce great top of the range red wines.


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Pavillon du Glana 2eme Vin de Chateau du Glana Saint Julien, 2008


Pavillon du Glana 2eme Vin de Chateau du Glana Saint Julien is the 2eme Vin de Chateau du Glana, this second wine from Chateau du Glana has classic flavours of Bordeaux cedar, spice box and blackcurrant fruit, smooth and elegant finish,

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750ml £21.61

Chateau Haut Chatain Lalande de Pomerol, 2010


Chateau Haut Chatain Lalande de Pomerol is a full robust, rounded wine, a spicy peppery bouquet with hints of cherry jam and cocoa evolving into the taste of candied fruits. This wine has a high proportion of Merlot,

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750ml £21.65

Chateau Senejac Haut Medoc, 2012


Chateau Senejac Haut Medoc is a classic Southern Bourdeaux wine, black cherry fruit, currant and tobacco hints, aged 15 months in oak. medium-bodied red, with firm ripe tannins to support the juicy texture. Shows good focus and a clean, ripe finish. 9833 cases made,

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750ml £21.80

Cloitre des Capucins Grand Cru Saint Emilion, 2014


Cloitre des Capucins Grand Cru Saint Emilion has lovely rich flavours of merlot with subtle aging in oak barrels and a soft finish,

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750ml £24.50

Chateau Coutelin Merville Cru Bourgeois, St Estephe, 2008


Chateau Coutelin Merville Cru Bourgeois, St Estephe has a rich, powerful, spicy nose -mocha. Sumptuous, very concentrated, massive, burly but impressive with huge ripe tannins and good length,

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750ml £25.65

Chateau Delmond, Sauternes, 2015


Chateau Delmond, Sauternes has fresh floral and stone aromas on the nose, creamy flavours of apricots, honey, peach, citrus peel. Medium to full bodied, lingering sweetness,

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750ml £27.12

Chateau Filhot Sauternes, 2001 Half Bottle, 2001


Chateau Filhot Sauternes, 2001 Half Bottle is quite a complete, elegant, vivcious style. Simple gorgeous with a nose full of orange peel, flower petals and fragrant rose water,

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375ml £27.17

XX De Corbin, Saint Emilion, 2012


XX De Corbin, Saint Emilion, Bordeaux, France is the second wine of Chateau Corbin. Anabelle Cruse Bardinet is the wine maker and produces a medium bodied, soft wine with a forward nose of fresh blackberry jam and red berry fruits.

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750ml £27.50

Chateau Haut-Beausejour St Estephe Cru Bourgeois, 2014


Chateau Haut-Beausejour St Estephe Cru Bourgeois has a deep red colour in the glass with purple glints. Complex, fresh and fruity on the nose. More dark fruit and supple tannins balance well with the acidity and notes of soft warm spice. Oak ageing provides vanilla and more spice flavours on the long finish.

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750ml £27.61

S de Siran, Margaux, 2013


S de Siran, Margaux,is the second wine of Château Siran, from the Margaux appellation. It comes from the vineyard’s young vines and from a selection of the first wine that varies according to the vintage. Thanks to the large proportion of Merlot, the 2013 is a wine to drink in its youth. It shows both charm and complexity,

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750ml £28.45

Chateau Lalande, Saint Julien, 2012


Chateau Lalande, St Julien, Bordeaux in France is full of richness and has a powerful structure with intense cassis fruit and a textbook pencil lead and tea chest nose.

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750ml £30.35

La Chapelle de Lafon Rochet, Saint Estephe, 2012


La Chapelle de Lafon Rochet, Saint Estephe, Bordeaux, France is the second wine of Chateau Lafon Rochet, very impressive with ripe fruit and fine harmony, this is a traditional style of Bordeaux wines,

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750ml £33.25

Chateau Grange Neuve, Pomerol, 2014


Chateau Grange Neuve, Pomerol, Bordeaux, France is medium bodied with ripe cranberry notes, sour cherry and fig notes, light pencil lead. It has a high proportion of Merlot and a refined bouquet.

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750ml £33.75

Chateau Fonbadet, Cru Bourgeois Superieur, Pauillac, 2006


Chateau Fonbadet, Cru Bourgeois Superieur, Pauillac is a hugely fruity wine, very rich, concentrated and dense. It has great power and richness, the berry fruits racing with ripeness,

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750ml £34.72

Chateau Palais Cardinal, Saint Emilion Grand Cru, 2014


Chateau Palais Cardinal Saint Emilion Grand Cru has an intense colour with spicy notes, aromatic finesse and tannins with good aging potential. The grapes are harvested by hand and the wine is aged for 12 months in Fench oak barrels,

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750ml £35.10

Chateau Haut de la Becade, Pauillac, 2007


Chateau Haut de la Becade, Pauillac,classic Pauillac aromas of lovely cassis and gravelly stone. Dark violet in color expressing a youthful hue. The medium acidity reflects its ability to continue to age with a backbone. This medium to full-bodied wine shows good clay and mineral-granite character along the length of the palate; while being encased in red currant and violet essence.

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750ml £35.89

Chateau Deyrem Valentin, Margaux, 2011


Chateau Deyrem Valentin, Margaux is a characterful, well made wine, medium bodied showing ripeness of fruit elegance and softness. Highly recommended,

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750ml £36.95

Pauillac De Haut Batailley Pauillac, 2011


Pauillac De Haut Batailley Pauillac is slightly deeper and darker style of fruit, an attractive, lifted, radient composition with a good polished flavour,

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750ml £37.55

Chateau de Pez St Estephe Cru Bourgeois, 2014


Chateau de Pez St Estephe Cru Bourgeois has a terrific texture and opulence, sweet supple tannins with copious quantities of rich red berries. On the latter palate, roasted coffee, blackcurrant, black cherries and soft spice. Full-bodied and pure, drinking well today, but will be capable of lasting 20-30 years.

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750ml £37.55

Pomerol De Beauregard, Pomerol, 2013


Pomerol De Beauregard, Pomerol is a lighter traditional style of Pomerol, focuses on red fruits, cherry dominated, soft smooth finish.

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750ml £37.95

Margaux De Monbrison, Margaux, 2012


Margaux De Monbrison, Margaux has cedar wood and cassis with medium body, lovely fruitiness, sweet red and black fruits, fragrant oak,

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750ml £40.52

Chateau de Myrat, 2eme Cru Classe Sauternes, 2007


Chateau de Myrat, 2eme Cru Classe Sauternes has a very lifted nose with great definition and notes of honey, white peach, mango and dried apricots. The palate is very intense with superb acidity and vibrancy, good levels of botrytis with a clean, fresh, vibrant honeyed finish. Very good weight and persistency - this is a superb 2007 and a great success for Myrat,

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750ml £40.85

Chateau Laniote, Grand Cru Saint Emilion, 2011


Chateau Laniote, Grand Cru Saint Emilion, Bordeaux, France is a wine of great finesse, intense with a long refined, beautiful flavour with lush, silky texture. An exciting wine.

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750ml £43.25

Chateau Chauvin, Saint Emilion Grand Cru, 2009


Chateau Chauvin, Saint Emilion Grand Cru offers a fine and balanced bodily structure, aged in oak barrels for over 12 months, shows elegance and delicacy, an authentic racy Saint Emilion,

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750ml £43.32

Chateau La Clotte Saint Emilion Grand Cru, 2009


Chateau La Clotte Saint Emilion Grand Cru has real finesse and delicacy, fresh and supple with a lovely bouquet, very high proportion of Merlot. This polished red wine piles on the oak, with toast, mocha and spice notes. But there\'s a core of blackberry fruit, and the firm tannins give way to a finish with lingering graphite, anise and floral accents. 1208 cases made,

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750ml £49.26