Baron De Saint André

Château Saint-André Corbin

St. Georges-St. Émilion Red Bordeaux Blend 2016

Oh Bordeaux! It really is hard to beat a good Merlot / Cab Franc blend. This one’s 70 / 30 and surprisingly big. The Merlot may have been picked ripe, but was the Cab Franc? A glance at the back label is a bit of a shock: 14.5%! Don’t drink on an empty stomach. — 3 days ago

André Perret

Saint-Joseph Syrah 2010

Aroma of spice and leather. Palate also dark fruits, olive and leather with spice. Good structure. Pleasant drinking but not really anything special. — 4 months ago

Judy Wagonfeld
with Judy
Lyle, Josh and 10 others liked this

Vieux Château Saint André

Montagne-St. Émilion Red Bordeaux Blend 2017

Black cherries, bitter dark chocolate, pencil shavings, and white smoke, plus dusty cocoa-like tannins. Crave-worthy! — 6 months ago

David, Severn and 13 others liked this

André Dezat et Fils

Les Celliers Saint-Romble Sancerre Sauvignon Blanc

Somm. Pear, honeysuckle, grapefruit, passion fruit, lime, lemon, crushed rock. Peaked Spring 2020. — 3 months ago

Alain Combard et Fils

Le Saint André Vin de Pays du Var Rosé Blend 2015

1/4th Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon,Grenache and cinsault. A lovely full bodied lip smacking edgy wine... great flavor and easy drinking... perfect for cocktails icy cold at dusk on a hot day! — 7 months ago

Baron d'Estours

Chateau Tour Saint-Fort St. Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend 2001

Loved it! Strong out front, but smooth finish. Lots of layers..needs to breathe a good couple hours, but worth the wait. — 2 months ago

Kim Benderoth
with Kim

Château de Ferrand

Heritiers du Baron Bich Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Red Bordeaux Blend 2013

Blackberry and green pepper on both the nose and pallette. Plummy I suppose too. We unloaded our stuff into the cabin we're staying at and of the box of wine we brought along, this was the first we chose. An outstanding assortment of flavors here. The greens are intriguing in the mix, but it's all kept in line by tannins that are an ever present reminder that these flavor combinations don't happen by accident, but must be guided by someone dedicated to their craft of extracting them and keeping them contained. Very well done here. — 5 months ago

Anita Beishuizen
with Anita