Chapelle St. Theodoric

Château Chapelle Ségur

Montagne-St. Émilion Red Bordeaux Blend 1996

Found one of these bottles lying around from 1996 — 24 days ago

Château Chapelle La Rose

Prestige Lussac-St. Émilion 2007

Mushrooms, wet forest soil, coffee black and red currant. You can smell the age but it's lovely. Nice acid framework, silky touch, nice currant all along, fulky integrated tannins, nice coffee, and red forest fruits in the end for a nice amount of time. Good stuff — 4 years ago

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Paul Jaboulet Aîné

La Chapelle Hermitage Syrah 1976

Classic Hermitage and the Best Buy I have had since I bought 1993 Rousseau Gevrey Clos St Jacques at 39.99 on release . A serious ready to drink Syrah at a perfect spot . A perfectly stored bottle besides the trashed label . — 5 years ago

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Château La Chapelle aux Moines

Saint-Émilion Red Bordeaux Blend 2020

Beautifully oak forward, if a little bit too much, especially once it opens up. Missing a bit of body but there's a nice spicy red fruit notes and strong hint of cherries. Quite a nice one for it's price. — 2 months ago

Château Meyney

La Chapelle de Meyney St. Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend 2014

Delicious 2014. Needed 1 hour to sing to us — 3 years ago

Chateau Condat La Chapelle

Saint-Émilion Red Bourdeaux Blend 2016

Sarah Stierch

Loved the simplicity of this wine. Would love to see how it ages. Enjoyed during our chef’s table experience at Napa Rose. — 4 years ago

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Château Armens

Saint-Émilion Red Bordeaux Blend 2012

2012 vintage. Alexandre de Malet Roquefort (owner of Premier Grand Cru Classé La Gaffelière, Chapelle d'Aliénor Bordeaux Supérieur and co-owner of the tiny Pomerol estate La Connivence) bought this estate in 1999. In my experience his wines are very reliable and classic, elegant and never overextracted. This medium-bodied Saint-Emilion (90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon) is a solid effort for the vintage (that generally fared much better for Merlot than Cabernet Sauvignon). Strawberry fruit and very subtle oak, freshness and balance. Drinking well now, but I feel there is more room for improvement. A nice wine nearing maturity. The only "problem" is that for the price (21,9 euro) you can buy the delicious 2015 second wine of La Gaffelière. — 3 years ago

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