Pauillac Wine Offers

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IWSC Silver 2016
Decanter Awards 2015: Bronze,
Baron Philippe de Rothschild Pauillac
Case price: £27.00
Per bottle: £20.25
 
Chateau Tour Pibran Pauillac
Case price: £20.88
Per bottle: £20.88
 
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Domaine de Saint Guirons 2006, Pauillac
Case price: £25.00
Per bottle: £22.50
 
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Chateau Pauillac 2008 Single Bottle
Case price: £32.00
Per bottle: £24.00
 
Chateau Lacoste Borie Pauillac
Case price: £297.34
Per bottle: £24.78
 
Legende R Pauillac Barons de Rothschild
Case price: £28.00
Per bottle: £28.00
Voucher price from £18.00
Château Haut-Batailley Pauillac
Case price: £36.95
Per bottle: £36.95
 
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Chateau Batailley Pauillac
Case price: £45.00
Per bottle: £40.00
 
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Château Grand Puy Lacoste Pauillac
Case price: £43.11
Per bottle: £43.11
 
Les Hauts de Pontet Canet Pauillac
Case price: £57.99
Per bottle: £48.99
 
Chateau d'Armailhac 2006 / Pauillac
Case price: £53.95
Per bottle: £53.95
 
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Region Bordeaux
Brand Chateau d'Armailhac
Category Wine
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About Pauillac Wines

Pauillac is a name that commands respect across the wine world, and is arguably, the most acclaimed, and prestigious area within Bordeaux, home to no less than 3 of the 5 first growth (premier cru classe wines) – the world famous names of Chateau Lafite, Chateau Latour and Chateau Mouton-Rothschild, as designated in the famous 1855 classification of Bordeaux, with Mouton-Rothschild being added in 1973.

Cabernet Sauvignon reigns supreme here, at home on the gravelly soils, and dominates the Bordeaux blend – it is here that the rich, cedar and intense blackcurrant characteristics of this grape variety are seen at their best; whilst each chateau will provide a unique and bespoke style, there is a common style, in terms of richness, intensity, and complexity, balanced by restraint and elegance.

As well as the acclaimed First Growths, Pauillac is home to a number of famous classed growths, including Chateau Pichon Longueville, Chateau Lynch Bages, and Chateau Pontet Canet.

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