Gone are the days of mediocre and boring value priced Bordeaux, and Magdelaine Bouhou 2010 is here to prove it!
Magdeleine Bouhou has flown under the radar as an up-and-coming estate hailing from the Cotes de Bordeaux, however, this sleeper wine stepped into the spotlight in a major way in the 100 point 2010 Bordeaux vintage, even garnering a 91-92 point review from James Suckling and exclamation of “BIG SURPRISE”.
If you're looking for a rich, hearty wine for these chilly winter nights, then hunker down with the Magdelaine Bouhou. This wine has a little bit of everything to please fans of both the Right Bank and Left Bank. Rich dark fruit and chocolate for Right bank enthusiasts, and that classic mineral richness and texture for the Left Bank. What we love most about this wine is the price: at just $17.99 per bottle you're getting a complex and full-bodied wine from a stunning 100 point vintage.
With a limited number of 2010 Bordeaux selections available at this price point, act fast to secure your cases! You're going to want this little gem in your cellar and on your dinner table as soon as possible.