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2021 Château Robin, Côtes de Castillon Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. Full of fresh, crunchy blackberry, cranberry and blueberry fruit with medium body and fresh raspberry acidity. This vintage from Château Robin is balanced and approachable, with savoury tannins and a lovely salinity on the finish making it even more appetising.

Young: 2024 - 2035
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2021 Château Montaiguillon, Montagne-St-Emilion Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. Montaiguillon’s 2021 is another example of what incredible value this property represents. Situated in an elevated spot right on the border of St Emilion, the terroir is exceptional. This year the wine has concentrated blackberry, cassis and spiced plum fruit, but a distinct fresh red fruit character as well, giving amazing freshness. There are developing savoury, graphite, earthy notes beneath which will develop and integrate with age. This is a fantastic, balanced, classic Bordeaux for every occasion.

Young: 2024 - 2034
2021 G de Guiraud, Bordeaux Blanc Sec Dry | White | Still | 13.5%

G de Guiraud from Château Guiraud is one of our favourite dry whites from Bordeaux and it is made exclusively from organically farmed vineyards. Fresh and fine on the nose with delicate wild flowers and citrus. Zesty on the palate with fresh lemon, a lovely richness and a long finish.

Ready: 2022 - 2030
2021 Château Le Boscq, Cru Bourgeois St-Estèphe Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. Very concentrated, and incredible dark in colour in the glass, Le Boscq is full of dark brooding fruit flavours of blackberry and black plum with tobacco, espresso and earthy notes creating serious complexity. There's a lot of structure here too with dense mouth-coating tannins. The acidity is fresh, and combines with the intense flavours to create a long, spicy finish.

Young: 2027 - 2042
2021 Château Caronne Ste Gemme, Haut-Médoc Dry | Red | Still

A real Lay & Wheeler favourite, the 2021 from Caronne Ste Gemme is everything we want from everyday claret, and in this cooler vintage it's especially refreshing and appetising. Just down the road from St-Julien, it's full of fresh blackcurrant, bramble, gentle spice, and refined tannins.

Young: 2025 - 2039
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2021 Château Lynch-Bages, Cru Classé Pauillac Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. Seriously impressive, with big, powerful flavours. Spicy chocolate mingles with pure black fruits. Complexity cascades as you taste, with more savoury, spicy notes emerging. It has a classic, old-school feel at the same time, with beautiful freshness and fine, mouth-coating tannins. One of our favourites.

Young: 2028 - 2055
2021 Château Rahoul, Graves Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022: Only tiny yields were selected to make the 2021 at this excellent Graves property, and the result is a pure wine full of blackcurrant and spicy dark plums, with considerable finesse. There are plenty of grippy tannins and a nice appetising seam of sappiness that carries through on the finish.

Young: 2025 - 2038
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2021 Château Figeac, 1er Grand Cru Classé St-Emilion Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. Frederic and the team at Figeac have created an incredible wine this year. Bold and perfectly ripe black fruits, there's a brooding quality to the fruit. Very fine and elegant, with all structural elements in good proportion. There's a lovely spiciness building and the tannins are firm now but tightly packed and ripe. Plenty of savoury and mineral notes on the long, textural finish.

Young: 2027 - 2058
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2021 Château Lafon-Rochet, Cru Classé St-Estèphe Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. Linear and precise with restrained blackberry, black cherry and graphite aromas. Medium bodied with a long, saline finish, this has a really mouth-watering, sapid quality. Crushed rock, petals and mint aromas create plenty of complexity but this is approachable and elegant first and foremost.

Young: 2025 - 2045
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2021 Château Angludet, Margaux Dry | Red | Still

The 2021 Château d'Angludet is elegant and medium-bodied with red cherry, plum and fresh strawberry aromas. There are hints of earthy graphite developing and some peppery spice. The tannins are fine and there's plenty of fresh acidity. 50% of the wine was aged in amphora this year, and they included more Petit Verdot.

Young: 2025 - 2039
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2021 Château Haut-Bailly, Cru Classé Pessac-Léognan Dry | Red | Still

Tasted 2022. Yields reduced by 60% this year. Savoury, full of tension and a minerally lip-smacking quality. Fleshy red fruit and black berry fruit dominate the palate, with abundant fine tannins. Classic and elegant, with a lovely fresh finish.

Young: 2028 - 2053
2021 Château Peymouton, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. Peymouton in 2021 shows a good level of ripeness with fresh, sappy red berries and some darker, more brooding fruit underneath. The structure is firm at this early stage, with lots of fine tannins and fresh acidity. The whole palate is tightly wound, ready to age gracefully in bottle.

Young: 2026 - 2040
2021 Château La Gaffelière, 1er Grand Cru Classé St-Emilion Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. Very intense black fruits, with a slight aromatic lift and savoury spice. The acidity is fantastically fresh, but balances so well with the pure, ripe fruit. There's complexity of crushed rock, mint and clove. This has density and concentration, but is perfectly poised. The tannins are ripe and there is a lovely saline, appetising quality to the finish, thanks to a higher than usual proportion of Cabernet Franc.

Young: 2028 - 2056
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2021 Château Laroque, Grand Cru St-Emilion Dry | Red | Still

Precise core of ripe fruit with a plush, velvety texture. There's crisp, bright acidity and that, along with some fine, bold tannins, shows this has a long life ahead of it. A perennial bargain.

Young: 2027 - 2042
2021 Château Batailley, Cru Classé Pauillac Dry | Red | Still

The Castéja family, at the helm at Château Batailley, have produced a delicious wine in 2021. The characteristic freshness of the vintage shines through and makes this a very appetising wine. As always with Batailley, there is a classic Pauillac structure, with plenty of fine tannins and concentrated black fruit and savoury flavours.

Young: 2025 - 2043
2021 Château Cantenac Brown, Cru Classé Margaux Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. Soft black plum and cassis, with aromatic blueberry. Juicy and open on the palate with additional complexity of light spice, tobacco, rose petal, cedar and woody herbs. Tannins are fine and approachable and there's fresh acidity.

Young: 2027 - 2042
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2021 Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste, Cru Classé Pauillac Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. More Cabernet was included this year than ever before, with 85% of the blend, with the only other years getting close being 2010 and 2019. This is refreshing and classic, it feels like the vintage really suits the style at Grand-Puy-Lacoste. There's a savoury, licquorice element, a core of dark berry fruit and a mineral-driven finish. 13%.

Young: 2025 - 2050
2021 Domaine de Chevalier Rouge, Cru Classé Pessac-Léognan Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. Intense, brooding black fruit aromas, with graphite and earthy aromas, minty and spicy. A slightly saline finish, medium bodied and fine tannins. This feels very complete and classic, with elegance and concentration well balanced.

Young: 2027 - 2050
2021 Château Pichon-Longueville (Baron), Cru Classé Pauillac Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. This vintage is the smallest there has ever been, but the wine is fantastic, full of tension and pure Cabernet character, with more Cabernet Sauvignon than ever in the blend. There's purity and a density to the wine, without the fruit character being overly ripe. There's great freshness here with minty notes on the mid-palate and a cranberry crunch on the finish.

Young: 2026 - 2052
2021 Château Latour-Martillac, Cru Classé Pessac-Léognan Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. Spicy, herbal with a savoury, grippy texture to the tannins. Bright red fruit character, with savoury spice, mint and some floral aromas. Lots of structure and and robust style but plenty of freshness. A savoury, classic and appetising wine.

Young: 2026 - 2038
2021 Château Malescot St-Exupéry, Cru Classé Margaux Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. Full of dense blackcurrant and brighter bramble and raspberry, with a deep, savoury, almost soy complexity. This is medium-bodied and charming, very fruit-forward and juicy but there's fresh acid and silky tannins providing structure and contributing to the appetising nature of this wine. Definitely one to watch.

Young: 2024 - 2050
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2021 Château Palmer, Cru Classé Margaux Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. Incredibly concentrated and tightly coiled, with pure fruit character and classic Bordeaux structure. Tannins are very fine, no doubt down to the careful use of large oak foudres to soften and integrate, and there's plenty of crisp refreshing acidity. The fruit flavours are bright and fresh with red berries, some deeper, dark berry fruit, and some herbal notes. There are already beautiful cedar, graphite, smoky flavours developing. 13%.

Young: 2028 - 2054
2021 Château Larrivaux, Haut-Médoc Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. One of our favourite wines tasted from Haut-Médoc this year. Smooth, ripe fruit with freshness on the finish. Really well balanced and good depth of flavour. There's a lovely soft texture but brilliant concentration.

Young: 2024 - 2036
2021 Château La Garde, Pessac-Léognan Dry | Red | Still

Tasted April 2022. Seriously impressive in 2021, La Garde has good concentration and a velvet, almost creamy texture. The flavours are full of bramble, blackcurrant, red plum and violets, and there's a developing silkiness to the tannins.

Young: 2025 - 2040