Le Bordeaux de Dauzac, Bordeaux Rouge
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Le Bordeaux de Dauzac, Bordeaux Rouge - 2018

Item # 41361 750mL
$21.96/ Single Bottle
$263.52 $197.64/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

Château Dauzac makes this delicious Bordeaux rouge that is drinking well today. If you like a Bordeaux that shows equal parts fruit and cedar aromas from the newer oak aging, this is a great bottle to enjoy.

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Staff Pick Notes

Looking for a great, well-priced Bordeaux in a sea of bottles is a daunting task for even the experienced. Le Bordeaux des Dauzac, even with its less-than-exciting yellow label, makes a quality wine worth well more than the asking price. Dark fruit of cassis and blackberries fills the glass with fresh and ripe aromas. Slight wintergreen, cedar, and tobacco introduce a long and complex finish. At this price point and with this wine's firm tannins and fresh acidity, it's worth it to pick up a case and see how this wine develops in the years to come. Perfect complement to a bistro meal of steak frites with bordelaise sauce.


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