Opening a mature bottle is always a significant moment for a wine enthusiast. You jump through time when sipping these wines that have spent at least 10 years resting in the cellar before being opened in their prime. Hopefully, you’ll find the mature wines to complete your collection in this selection of bottles that have just been added to the iDealwine website.
Mature vintages at brilliant prices:
Château Haut Marbuzet 2011, a wine that would seduce you with its red fruit aromas and deliciously woody with fine, silky tannins.
Roc d’Anglade 2013, a fine wine from the south of France which releases beautiful aromas of black fruits, garrigue and subtle spices.
Château la Lagune 2003,a structured Bordeaux with a superb nose full of blackberries, raspberries and mint.
Chasse Spleen 1999, harmonious, intense and with plenty of tannins but still graceful and elegant, especially with the passage of time.
Château Bouscaut 2000, the result of blending Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon, this wine from Graves develops aromas of citrus fruits and blossom with a beautiful finish with time.
Icons in the prime of their lives
Mouton Rothschild 2005, one of the things that separates this grand Pauillac from others is the fact that it’s label changes each year. In 2005, Giuseppe Penone’s work graced the bottle.
Amour de Deutz 2007, this extremely delicate and highly pure Champagne releases notes of citrus fruits and kumquats with hints of white peach.
Hermitage 1991 by Jean-Louis Chave, develops a wide range of aromas going from blackcurrant all the way to smoky notes, from prune to leather, from grilled notes to spices.
Vosne-Romanée Premier Cru Clos des Réas 2006 from Domaine Michel Gros, a wine full of elegance with particularly silky tannins. A superb wine from Michel Gros.
Côte-Rôtie 1998 by Domaine Gangloff, a flavourful and fruity wine, with aromas of red and black fruits, offereing a delicious mouthfeel and depth.