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Château Fleur La Mothe 2011

Medoc AOC

If you’re prepared to do the legwork, Bordeaux is still home to some of the best value fine wine in the world. This nine year old Cru Bourgeois, rated 91 points by Neal Martin, is a prime example. Now in its best window and drinking to perfection.

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Tasting notes

Dark currants, cedar and a mature dusting of forest floor


Dusty red fruits with smoky oak complexity

Château Fleur La Mothe 2011

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  • 13.0% ABV
  • 9.75 Units
  • 750.00 ml
  • 31 December, 2027

Cru Bourgeois is a term all lovers of great claret know to look for on a label. Unlike many quality designations it has to be re-earned every vintage, so it’s a sure guarantee of excellence. What’s more, Cru Bourgeois wines generally offer some of the best value in Bordeaux, and that’s certainly true of Fleur La Mothe. Three top consultant winemakers, Antoine Médeville, Edouard Massie, and Henri Boyer, bought 15 hectares of prime Médoc vineyard in 2008. They set about creating a wine that would be a shining example of classic Left Bank claret. Grapes are hand picked from 50 year old vines, with long ageing in French oak barrels. After 9 years age, this is a dark, smoky, complex Cru Bourgeois with a long finish. Perfect for current drinking.

"The first word that comes into my head tasting this wine is 'class'. Superb" Neil Martin
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