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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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750ml £9.74

Chateau Haut-Fourat Bordeaux Blanc, 2014


Chateau Haut-Fourat Bordeaux Blanc is a crisp, smooth and fruity wine with a subtle bouquet, enjoyable with poultry, fish and seafood dishes,

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750ml £10.24

Chateau Beauregard Ducasse White, 2007

Light to medium bodied, dry, fresh fruit driven white


Chateau Beauregard Ducasse White is a bright supple and round wine with almond aromas and good lengthy finish,

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750ml £10.57

Chateau Greteau Medeville Blanc, 2016


Chateau Greteau Medeville Blanc, Bordeaux is a very Sauvignon-oriented wine. It has the classic, intensely grassy feel, a tangy lemon texture and green acidity. It is very intense and concentrated.

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750ml £11.82

Chateau de Marsan Cotes de Bordeaux, 2014


A couple of prizes have been won by this wine in competition: the 2010 vintage was awarded Argent from the Concours de Bordeaux Vins d\'Aquitaine as well as 1 Star from the Guide Hachette des Vins. This is the one of the most popular wines from Bordeaux Superieur.

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750ml £11.85

Chateau Bousquet, Graves, 2010


Chateau Bousquet, Graves has lovely juicy fruit, predominately Merlot with some aging in oak barrels, very enjoyable,

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750ml £11.86

Chateau Bellevue, Bordeaux Superieur, 2015


Chateau Bellevue, Bordeaux Superieur is situated on the old commune of Saint-Romain, and was built in the 17th century by the Lestelle family. Today it is owned by the Ponton d’Amécourt Family who acquired the property in 1973. Château Bellevue is located on a large hill, overlooking the vineyards and is locally nicknamed the “Tuscany of Bordeaux”. Winemaker, Daniel Sore, utilizes the art of modern wine-making to produce Bordeaux wines that are characteristic of the local terroir.

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750ml £12.20

Chateau Haut Bellevue, Lussac Saint Emilion, 2012


Chateau Haut Bellevue from Lussac Saint Emilion has an elegant and structured nose with complex aromas of small black fruits on the mouthful, produced from parcels of Merlot and Cabernet Franc grapes off 30 year old vines,

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750ml £13.78

Chateau Croix du Trale, Haut Medoc, 2010


Chateau Croix du Trale, Haut Medoc is a fresh and stylish claret. Good nose, with dark fruit characters. The palate is rounded and rich with cassis and black fruit notes, finishing with a touch of spice and fresh acidity.

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750ml £13.98

Le Cadet de Sipian, Chateau Sipian, Medoc, 2010


Le Cadet de Sipian, Chateau Sipian, Medoc is a tender, fruity mouth watering wine aged in oak barrels for 6-8 months. Deep colour, smooth mouthful. Ripe red fruits on the nose (cassis) balanced and opulent,

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750ml £14.22

Chateau Larrivaux, Haut Medoc, Half Bottle, 2015


Chateau Larrivaux, Haut Medoc, Half Bottle,The estate has been handed down from women to women since the 15th century and is now managed by Bérangère Tesseron, who keeps the family tradition of high quality, affordable wines. The high proportion of Merlot (61%) makes it a delicious, fruity and velvety wine with black fruit and light spices aromas.

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375ml £14.50

Chateau Bois Tiffray, Lussac Saint Emilion, 2011


Chateau Bois Tiffray, Lussac Saint Emilion has hints of red and blackberry fruits, vanilla, spice and pepper on the nose with a splendid leather, smoky and licorice finish,

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750ml £14.75

Chateau Haut-Beausejour St Estephe Cru Bourgeois Half Bottle, 2014


Chateau Haut-Beausejour St Estephe Cru Bourgeois Half Bottle 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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37.5cl £15.54

Chateau Gloria, Saint Julien, Half Bottle, 2007


Chateau Gloria, Saint Julien, Half Bottle has a very deep colour, full, spicy, floral with a clean classy expression, good depth of fruit on the palate, easy and harmonious. Will go well with big red meat dishes.

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375ml £15.95

Chateau Vari, Monbazillac, 2011


Chateau Vari, Monbazillac is a delightful dessert wine, a blend of late harvest Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Muscadelle. It is distinctly orange-tinted in colour and displays juicy flavours of peach with hints of toffee and spice. Perfect with foie gras or desserts. Certified Agriculture Biologique

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750ml £15.98

Chateau Chantemerle, Cru Bourgeois, Medoc, 2014


Chateau Chantemerle, Cru Bourgeois, Medoc, is a Cabernet Sauvignon dominated wine. It is ripe with rich juicy blackberry fruits. It has spice, a dry core of tannins and a touch of chocolate.

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750ml £16.58

XX de Corbin, Saint Emilion, Half Bottle, 2014


XX de Corbin, Saint Emilion, France, Half Bottle 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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375ml £17.50

La Chapelle de Lafon-Rochet, Saint Estephe, Half Bottle, 2012


La Chapelle de Lafon-Rochet, Saint Estephe, Half Bottle, 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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375ml £18.20

Chateau Bel Air de Siran, Haut Medoc, 2012


Chateau Bel Air de Siran, Haut Medoc is more typical with a cabernet sauvignon backbone. Dark ruby colour. Blackcurrants and spices notes. Medium to full body, light acids and more expressive tannins. A superb wine from Chateau de Siran,

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750ml £18.38

Chateau Tour du Pas St Georges Saint Emilion, 2012


Chateau Tour du Pas St Georges Saint Emilion is a Merlot, Cabernet Franc blend, complexed and oaked, full bodied with ripe round red fruits, complex spicy notes on finish,

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750ml £18.67

Chateau Tour St Bonnet, Cru Bourgeois, Medoc, 2011


Chateau Tour St Bonnet, Cru Bourgeois, Medoc is a gentle, flattering wine with a nice core of soft fruits , a smooth finish with lots of character,The nose is absolutely classic with that scented fragrance of cedarwood and dried plum and blackcurrant ,

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750ml £18.98

Chateau de Pez St Estephe Cru Bourgeois Half Bottle, 2014


Chateau de Pez St Estephe Cru Bourgeois Half Bottle 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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37.5cl £19.54

Les Chevaliers De Dauprat, Pauillac, 2010


Les Chevaliers De Dauprat, Pauillac is beautifully expressive on the nose, notes of cocoa, cedar wood and cassis. Classic Pauillac palate, rich, muscular structure,

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750ml £19.71

Chateau Fontesteau Cru Bourgeois Haut Medoc, 2009


Chateau Fontesteau Cru Bourgeois Haut Medoc has an explosive nose of ripe cherry and blackcurrant fruit with floral hints. Rich generous palate, tasty, full bodied , supple, well integrated tannins to the long finish,

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750ml £19.75

Chateau Larrivaux, Cru Bourgeois, Haut Medoc, 2011


Chateau Larrivaux, Haut Medoc, Cru Bourgeois, The estate has been handed down from women to women since the 15th century and is now managed by Bérangère Tesseron, who keeps the family tradition of high quality, affordable wines. The high proportion of Merlot (61%) makes it a delicious, fruity and velvety wine with black fruit and light spices aromas.

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750ml £20.19

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