A great Bordeaux

Hello friends,

Chateau Bellegrave Modoc 2009

Along the tasting trail-almost everyday of the week-I taste a wine that makes me ponder.  This’s that wine. Inexpensive Bordeaux can often seem too tannic, with a sharp edge and of course who can spend more than benjamin  for lovely one, certainly not offen enough! Then there’s the best situation-a good Bordeaux for less than 17 bucks? that right I’ve found one!

Definitely  worth stocking up with a case, not sure how long this will last at the store, so, until it runs out!

There’s black licorice, coffee bean and ripe fruit on the nose. Full bodied, with velvety tannins and a wonderful concentration of ripe fruit and currant. Shows tar and vanilla on the finish.

And it’s only $15.95




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About David Lower

We are a boutique wine store located in the N. Tacoma Proctor district, researching and finding small winerys that make no more than 2000 cases a year, we taste and retaste to be sure of the quality, with in depth understanding what the winemaker is accomplishing, the nuances that make great wine. David Lower started collecting small winemakers in the early 90s from Spain, Italy, Burgundy, California, Washington, Oregon. "Procuring and tasting every wine I could afford to buy was essential to gaining some idea of what exits in the wine world". Victoria Johnson is the store Manager at Black Door Wine Company, a visual artist, understands that details make all the difference in good and great wine. She enjoys exploring the wines with David developing her palate gaining a quick and refine knownledge. .
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