I am very shortly going to order six bottles of this for a virtual wine tasting for my local wine appreciation society whom (like a lot of things currently) is existing on Zoom.
Each month one member purchases six bottles approx £25 each and distributes them to the doorstep of the other members and we them taste the same wine, with a light supper in the comfort of our own homes, (three times a year we purchase wine to the value of £50 per bottle as a fine wine night).
My question is, are any members familiar with this ‘mysteriously’ unheralded wine and if so any suggestions to its provenance. I appreciate the WS will have to kill you if you know the real answer but I would be glad to know the supposed quality level that I should expect from this de-classified or young vine Pauillac.
Pauillac, Ulysse 2015
£276.00 case of 12
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A classically structured claret from one of Pauillac’s best-known properties in the heart of the commune, this is a real bargain. The 2015 vintage was superb in Bordeaux, with Pauillac making especially attractive wines for ageing. This has an intense bouquet of blackcurrant and a hint of vanilla, and the structure that marks out this commune’s wines, and is absolutely delicious: the old adage ‘an iron fist in a velvet glove’ could not
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