Côtes De Blaye, Côtes De Bordeaux

Chateau Peymelon

Cru Bourgeois Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux 2009

2009 Vintage -currants , cherry liqueur, mushrooms, red/brick rim color, tar , cigar box -definitely on the down hill slope but still hanging on by the nails -fun — 18 days ago

Eric, Ira and 9 others liked this

Château d'Aiguilhe Querre

Comtes von Neipperg Côtes de Castillon Red Bordeaux Blend 2012

At 25€ and in terms of QPR I just don't think this wine can be beat. Anytime I see it I buy it. Picked this up last week in a supermarket in France and enjoyed every drop. — 11 days ago

Anthony, Ron and 1 other liked this

Chateau Hourtou

Côtes de Bourg Red Bordeaux Blend 2015

Full body and good tannin, summer fruits, strawberries that gets milder with time. Versatile with different dishes — 12 days ago

Chateau Carignan

Prima Premières Côtes de Bordeaux Red Bordeaux Blend 2006

Ming L
9.1

While the nose is deep and brooding with plum, blackberry, pine cone, worn leather, and dried herbs, not dissimilar to the 04 and 05 vintages, this 06 shows the juiciest and freshest palate. Grainy but gripping tannins that will take another 3-5 years to resolve.

Lovely Merlot!

— 2 days ago

Ericsson, Douglas and 4 others liked this

Château Cap Saint-Martin

Premières Côtes de Blaye Red Bordeaux Blend 2015

A less expensive Bordeaux red blend that is dry with nice tannins and a full body. — 18 days ago

Château Roc de Cambes

Côtes de Bourg Red Bordeaux Blend 2016

Absolutely delicious. I know Merlot heavy winds don’t get much love but this was a showcase and what it can be. Rich and hearty and meaty, with delicate structure and delicious warm and cool fruit flavors. — 3 days ago

Château Crusquet-de Lagarcie

Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux Red Bordeaux Blend 2016

Dry and body acidity, fruit and tannin very good 😊 love it!Cheers🍷 — 11 days ago

Nicole Bard
with Nicole

Château Alcée

Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux Red Bordeaux Blend 2018

Dark and alluring, the 2018 Chateau Alcée from Castillon is a modern, plush Bordeaux from winemaker Nicolas Thienpont. Sporting a sensual nose of boysenberry, plum, anise and black truffle, the palate is supple and generous with rich flavours of dark chocolate and coffee liqueur. The finish is quite dry with a tug of graphite and a touch of heat. I paid £22 for this wine though it’s significantly less expensive en primeur, and I certainly wouldn’t be disappointed with a case in the cellar. — 3 days ago