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2005 Chateau Haut Brion (In Store Only)
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$745.00
750ml Bottle
$8,493.00
Case of 12
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Item #262985
Size: 750ml
Type: Red Wine
Varietal: Red Bordeaux Blend
Country: France
Region: Bordeaux, Pessac-leognan / Graves

Limit 6 bottles per customer.
"This is incredible on the nose, showing coffee cake, blackberry, floral, coffee bean and vanilla bean, with Chinese spices. A very complex, full-bodied red, with seamless, hyperpolished tannins that caress every millimeter of the palate. Lasts for minutes. So beautifully balanced, I'm left speechless."

Reviewed by: Wine Spectator - 100pts


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