Bordeaux wine region is vast, with different types of red and white varietals allowed to be grown there is so much to try!
The region that is split by the Gironde river typically has Cabernet Sauvignon based on the left bank and Merlot on the right bank. The other grapes grown are used to blend the winemakers preferred style using the best performing grapes. These remaining grapes are Carménère, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc and Malbec for the red and Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon, Muscadelle for the white.
Try this mix of Premium Bordeaux wines with a bit of age and a bit of youth to get you started:
Each 6 pack contains one of each of the following:
1 x Château La Croix Figeac 2012, Saint Émilion Grand Cru
1 x Château Coutet 2011, Saint Émilion Grand Cru
1 x Château Charmail 2010, Haut Médoc
1 x Château Teynac 2012, Saint Julien
1 x Relais De Durfort-Vivens 2011, Margaux
Sauvignon Blanc based:
1 x Château Couhins 2014, Pessac-Léognan