Category: Bordeaux Wine

Lunch at Rauzan Segla

Wednesday 11th April brought Berrys’ Fine Wine team to Rauzan Segla. Rated as a second Growth in the 1855 classification and listed in 6th place just after Ch. Mouton Rothschild, this property sits on some terrific terroir. Having changed hands a number of times during its history, the building and its wines fell into disrepair and lost […]

2011 – An Extraordinarily Good Friday

Yesterday evening we had the pleasure of tasting at Ch. Leoville-Las Cases and thoroughly enjoyed the flight of wines in the Domaines Delon stable. Chapelle de Ch. Potensac was fine and fruity upfront and promises to be great value drinking wine, whereas Ch. Potensac was refreshingly fresh. Le Petit Lion and the Grand Vin (excellent […]

2011 – A Portfolio of Perfect Wines

Ending Wednesday evening with a tasting at the most consistent First Growth of recent times, Ch. Latour, was a great experience in their modern tasting facility – a stark contrast to many of the other more traditional rooms we had experienced earlier in the day.  Very much within the context of 2011, the Les Forts […]

2011 – Day 4 in Bordeaux

Another overcast and gloomy morning greeted us as we jumped aboard our minibus to start tasting on Wednesday and we were still buzzing after a wonderful evening spent tasting at Ch. Palmer with Thomas Duroux and Bernard de Laage. The dark, grey skies followed us all the way to Pauillac and our first stop of […]