Château Moulin St. Georges St Emilion Bottle 2004

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Berry Bros & Rudd review: Alain Vauthier is one of the great figures in Bordeaux, respected not only as<br/>the owner of the great St Emilion First Growth, Chateau Ausone, but also as a<br/>winemaker of consummate skill. His family own several other properties in St<br/>Emilion of which this is one. It shares a similar terroir to Ausone but does<br/>not benefit from its lofty neighbour's favourable south-east facing aspect.<br/>Nevertheless, it is a wine of immense class, with the soft, fleshy Merlot<br/>providing wonderful succulence and the Cabernet Franc imparting freshness,<br/>acidity and lift to the ensemble. Delicious now and for the next 5 years. <br/>(Alun Griffiths MW, BBR Wine Director)

Berry Bros & Rudd review: Alain Vauthier is one of the great figures in Bordeaux, respected not only as<br/>the owner of the great St Emilion First Growth, Chateau Ausone, but also as a<br/>winemaker of consummate skill. His family own several other properties in St<br/>Emilion of which this is one. It shares a similar terroir to Ausone but does<br/>not benefit from its lofty neighbour's favourable south-east facing aspect.<br/>Nevertheless, it is a wine of immense class, with the soft, fleshy Merlot<br/>providing wonderful succulence and the Cabernet Franc imparting freshness,<br/>acidity and lift to the ensemble. Delicious now and for the next 5 years. <br/>(Alun Griffiths MW, BBR Wine Director)

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