During our recent trip to Bordeaux, we got the wonderful opportunity to meet several leading fine wine producers, so naturally we asked them which wines they considered to be their best vintages. Here is a closer look at what they said:
When we spoke to Paul Pontellier, managing director of Chateau Margaux, he pointed out that the Margaux 2005 was his superstar wine. The Margaux 2005 has a truly magnificently elegant nose of dark fruits and coffee with a touch of graphite. In fact, this fine wine is perfect in both balance and structure. The palate is deliciously covered
EFWines is home to many a football fan, so when members of our Bromley office spotted an opportunity to assist Crystal Palace Ladies Football Club (CPLFC), we were only too happy to help.
The Under 16’s team at CPLFC are raising funds to enable the team to attend the 2013 Santa Clara American University Educational Tour, an important event in the football calendar. To generate the necessary money, the ladies are organising a range of fundraising events, including Evening with Bill Nighy and an auction.
The EFWines team are donating a case of La Petite Eglise 2008 to the auction, in the
As one of our favourite chateau we think they produce consistently fantastic wines, and have decided to share with you some of their finest vintages from the last decade:
2005 L’Eglise Clinet
This fine wine was awarded 100-points from Parker when scored in the barrel. The wine opens up with a very intriguing nose of beautifully mixed aromas of spice, black and red fruits and oak. On the palate, it comes across as powerful and wonderfully concentrated with
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1998 : The Year That Was - With other vintages vying for your attention, 1998 has not had the credit it deserves