Archive for the ‘2004 Sauternes’ Category

Christmas Sauternes with FREE UK delivery

Monday, November 29th, 2010

You will have to move super fast on this offer!

We have very limited stock at fantastic prices of some great Christmas Sauternes available by the bottle with FREE delivery to all UK mainland addresses (order by 12th December for Christmas delivery).  The link to our new online store and the offer is here:

Bordeaux Gold Christmas Sauternes Offer

We’ve done the offer by the bottle (or half bottle) so you can treat either yourself or your friends and family to the ultimate Christmas luxury.  You can also order more than one bottle because Sauternes is great with roast Turkey, Christmas pudding, mince pies, Christmas cheeses, Boxing Day leftovers and a wide range of seasonal snacks.

Here are some videos about the wines which are from the 2004, 2006 (yes that is Bill in a hammock) and 2007 vintages:

All of the wines have an extra US strip label as they were originally destined for US sale (but never distributed).  They have been shipped to the UK in refrigerated containers and are in perfect condition.  Please contact Steve via steve@bordeauxgold.com if you have any questions (e.g. shipping to non-UK mainland addresses).

Chateau Climens 2009 as shown to the wine trade

Sunday, April 25th, 2010

 For certain events, such as this presentation of the 2009 Chateau Climens to the Bordeaux Wine Trade, you will catch me in a suit!  Well as Berenice Lurton graciously treated us to some sumptuous older vintages as well as another look round the barrels at the 2009 it seemed appropriate, certainly the 90 year old 1920 Climens deserved respect!  Tasting a Barsac wine this old is a rare event even for me and the other Bordeaux negociants and courtiers in this video.  We were all struggling for words to describe the flavours!

Other vintages tasted were the 2008, 2007 (100 Wine Advocate points), 2006, 2005, 2004, 2000 and 1990 (the last two from magnificent double magnums.  Bill Blatch


Chateau Climens 2009 as shown to the wine trade