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1996 Barros Port

Vintage Port
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The 1996 Vintage Port from Barros has a wonderful intensity of colour and is full of floral aromas and rich, sweet fruits. The opulent palate explodes with black and red fruit, complexity and structure wrapped in a deep elegance through to an endless finish.

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1996 Pocas Port

Vintage Port
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Full red. Very rich of ripe red fruits. Notes rock-rose and violets. Full bodied and rich the palate, showing a remarkable, long lasting and persistent finish.

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Cabreo, 1996

Il Borgo - Tenimenti Ruffino

A 1996 wine from Tuscany, Italy, based on the Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon grape varieties.

On the nose it hows aristocratic aromas and flavours of black fruits and earth, a polished, velvety character on the palate and firm tannins.

Pairs well with roasted meats, game and aged cheeses.

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Chateau Certan-de-may, 1996


Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar
Moderately saturated medium red. Somewhat riper aromas of black raspberry, black cherry, smoke, tar, tobacco and pepper, plus a hint of green coffee beans. More intensely flavored and vinous than the '97; in a rather fruity style but a wine of modest sweetness. Finishes with tongue-dusting tannins and more length than the '97, but still betrays a slight greenness. (ST) (5/1998)

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Chateau Guiraud, 1996

91 Points - Parker
91 Points - Wine Spectator

This is a classic Sauternes with a great deal of sweetness, plenty of ripeness, and obvious aromas of toasty, smoky new oak. The wine exhibits finesse and complexity, a style of Sauternes that will have its admirers, particularly among those who like to drink these wines as an aperitif.

Robert PARKER - The Wine Advocate
A showy display of power, highly extracted, smoky, buttery, pineapple and orange-scented fruit, lavish quantities of toasty new oak, and unctuously thick, massive flavors and texture. This huge wine avoids being overbearing because of its adequate acidity. (4-1995).
91 / 100

Wine Spectator
Very ripe and deliciously sticky.

Price: £79.95 (12 in Stock)

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Chateau L'Arrosée, 1996

St Emilion Grand Cru

The L'Arrosee's 1996 is an impressive effort for the vintage. Some subdued hints of tar and tobacco behind the black fruit on the nose, with a nice earth/cedar and black cherries finish on the palate. A tremendous value wine !

Price: £49.00 (9 in Stock)

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Chateau Marbuzet, 1996

Saint Estephe

The 1996 Chateau Marbuzet has a dark ruby colour. Iron, game and deep red fruits fill the nose with exciting aromas. Plump, seductive flavors cover the palate with a hit of '96 acidity on the finish keeping everything balanced and in proper order. A bit of lavender makes its way into things after being exposed to air for 60 minutes.
Perfect now.

Price: £59.95 (1 in Stock)

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Chateau Nairac, 1996

Barsac 2eme Cru Classe

The 1996 Nairac Barsac is a sweet wine with a powerful, oaky, ripe fruity bouquet and strong vanillin, spicy, oaky notes. On the palate, the wine is full bodied, long, lush, and quite concentrated, and has a high level of botrytis.

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Chateau Pavie Decesse, 1996

St Emilion Grand Cru Classe

This estate has been rejuvenated thanks to the inspired leadership of Gerard Perse and it has never produced better wines. The 1996 has quantities of redcurrant fruit in the nose, along with earth and spice. This is a pleasant wine that is in its prime now and so will gain no benefit from additional cellaring.

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Chateau Sociando Mallet, 1996


A 1996 wine from the region of Bordeaux.

Neal Martin writes of this wine... "Showing fabulously at the turn of the millennium where it displayed great depth and concentration. A more muted response when last tasted blind at Farr's horizontal. Much fresher on the nose with good fruit concentration. Blackberry, cedar, burnt toast, quite complex and well-defined. The palate is quite sweet with bitter cherry, raspberry and strawberry. Moderate tannins with a fleshy finish. Not bad at all. Tasted September 2006." Neal Martin Wine Journal

Price: £64.99 (1 in Stock)

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