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Chateau Tournebrise Lalande-De-Pomerol
Case price from: £19.99
Per item: £19.99 £14.99 (with voucher)
Château Lagrange Pomerol
Case price from: £250.00
Per item: £20.83
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Château Plince Pomerol
Case price from: £280.00
Per item: £23.33 £17.81 (with voucher)
Lalande-de-Pomerol 2008 750ml
Case price from: £23.99
Per item: £23.99
Chateau Perron - Lalande-de-Pomerol 2016
Case price from: £25.38
Per item: £25.38
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About Pomerol Wines

This has to be the most exclusive patch of land in the wine world! A small and prestige region on the Right Bank, it covers less than 2000 acres of vineyards, and lies outside any form of classification such as the Medoc or Saint-Emilion ones, yet many of its wines have reached stellar status, and command higher prices than the top Medoc wines – chateau Petrus and Chateau Le Pin are such examples.

The best vineyards in Pomerol are in the eastern section of the small area, where they meet Saint-Emilion; Merlot dominates on the rich, clay soils, and produces rich, full, but earlier developing wines, which is one of the reasons for Pomerol’s prestigious and popular status – they are more generous at an early age than Medoc wines. The aromatic Cabernet Franc also performs well in this area. The only danger with a heavy reliance on Merlot is that it is subject to spring frosts, as it buds early, and there have been some years , where a high proportion of the vines have lost all their crop.

There is a great deal of investment in Pomerol currently, from the Far East and many multinationals, with money pouring into the vineyards, the chateaux and the winemaking.

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