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Winn spends significant time in the exchange and acquirement of a portion of the scarcest wines from the district of Bordeaux and Burgundy, regardless of whether it is business to business private, we value the conveyance of a far reaching, top of the line personalised support for each customer.

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Established 2006

Our Wines

Bordeaux First Growths



Located at the great wine-producing village of pauillac in the médoc region to the northwest of bordeaux, the estate has been occupied since at least the 14th century. Once called “The King’s Wine”, thanks to influential support from the Maréchal de Richelieu. The vineyard is one of Médoc’s largest at around 1 km2. Around a third of the wine is released as a second wine under the label Carruades de Lafite. The final wine is composed of between 80-95 per cent Cabernet Sauvignon and 5-20 per cent Merlot. The wine has a particular softness imparted by the Merlot, creating finesse and elegance with age. Vines: Its vines consist of Cabernet Sauvignon (70%), Merlot (25%), Cabernet Franc (3%), and Petit Verdot (2%). Output: c. 20,000 cases per annum



Château Mouton-Rothschild has its vineyards on the slopes leading down to the Gironde estuary, in the Bordeaux region, mainly producing grapes of the cabernet sauvignon variety.The Château has approximately 188 acres of grape vines. In 1973, Mouton was elevated to first growth status after decades of intense lobbying. Château Mouton Rothschild was excluded from 1855 First Great Growth status, widely believed that the exception was made because an Englishman had recently purchased the vineyard. The wine is characterised by its richness and long finish. Vines: The vineyards are Cabernet Sauvignon (77%), Merlot (11%), Cabernet Franc (10%) and Petit Verdot (2%). Output: c. 22,000 cases per annum



Château Latour lies at the very southeastern tip of the commune of pauillac in the médoc region to the northwest of bordeaux, at its border with saint-julien. The Château makes three principal wines, all red; in addition to its world famous “Grand Vin de Château Latour”, it has produced “Les Forts de Latour” and “Pauillac”. One of Bordeaux’s most concentrated, rich and full-bodied. Highly regarded in terms of consistency. Vines: Its vines are Cabernet Sauvignon (75%), Merlot (20%), Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot (2-3%). Output: c. 33,000 cases per annum



The Château lies in the commune of Margaux in the Médoc region, having been occupied since at least the 12th century. By 1700, the estate covered its present area of 265 hectares, of which 78 were devoted to wines. It has remained essentially unchanged since then. Château Margaux is noted for an 18th century manager, Berlon, who revolutionised growth techniques such as the forbidding of harvest in the early morning, to avoid dew- covered grapes, and acknowledging for the first time soil quality. The wine is noted as being opulent, rich, and multidimensional. Vines: Its vines consist of Cabernet Sauvignon (75%), Merlot (20%), Petit Verdot(2%) and Cabernet Franc (3%). Output: c. 12,500 cases per annum



Located in the graves region, it was the only non-médoc estate to be included in the 1855 classification, as well as being the oldest and smallest of the four first growth properties. The vineyard consists of 109 acres. Château Haut-Brion was the first recorded First Growth to be imported to the United States, when Thomas Jefferson purchased six cases during his French travels and had them sent back to his estate in Virginia. The wine is described as being a complex bouquet of scents, well structured and powerful. Vines: Chateau Haut-Brion is planted with Cabernet Sauvignon (55%), Merlot (25%), and Cabernet Franc (20%). Output: c. 12,000 cases per annum.




Domaine de la Romanée-Conti is one of the most famous and sought-after wines from Burgundy and the vineyard has a rich and prestigious wine-making history. Interestingly, since 1985, Domaine de la Romanée-Conti has practiced organic methods of viniculture. Vines: Pinot Noir



La Tâche is entirely owned by Domaine de la Romanee-Conti who also own the nearby estate of the Grand Cru Romanee-Conti itself. In fact, the two vineyards are immediate neighbours and between themselves, are two of the most famous Burgundy wines. The name La Tâche means ‘the task’ and was bestowed upon the estate by the de Croonembourg family, who purchased it from the Abbey Saint-Vivant in 1631. Vines: Pinot Noir



Richebourg is a Grand Cru vineyard and corresponding appellation in Burgundy, situated immediately adjacent to the land of Romanee-Conti Grand Cru. The name Richebourg translates as ‘rich town’. Unusually for Burgundy, the vineyard has a limited number of owners and these include the Domaine de la Romanee-Conti and various members of the extended Gros family. Wine from the Richebourg appellation must contain at least 85% Pinot Noir grapes, through they may also contain a proportion of Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc grapes. Richebourg Grand Cru is made almost exclusively with Pinot Noir. Vines: Pinot Noir



Romanee-Saint-Vivant takes its name from the ‘Saint-Vivant’ monks who used to own it. Renowned for its delicate and fragrant bouquet, Saint-Vivant is less well know than its Burgundian neighbours. It is made using the same Pinot Noir grapes but the difference can be attributed to the unique terroir of the region, which boasts a deeper layer of topsoil and high percentage of clay. Vines: Pinot Noir



Grands-Echezeaux is made up of a collection of 22 different vineyards. The incredibly limited production rate ensures that the wine produced is consistently one of the most sought after Burgundian labels. The vines are planted on sloping hillsides with well drained soil, producing a wine which is notoriously well structured and fruity, with the black-currant notes that come with the best Pinot Noir grapes. Vines: Pinot Noir

Other Wines



Château Ausone is classified as a Premier Grand Cru Classé A and it situated near the small town of Saint-Émilion. The estate takes its name from the Roman poet Ausonius and the vineyard contains traces of Roman relics. The Château has a history of producing consistently great wines and this looks set to continue under the expert guidance of renowned oenologist, Michel Rolland and owner, Alain Vauthier. Vines: The vineyard is planted with 50% Cabernet Franc and 50% Merlot Output: c. 1830 cases per annum



Château Cheval Blanc (Castle of the White Horse) produces wine that along with Ausone, Pétrus and the five first growths, holds a place in one of Bordeaux’s so-called ‘big eight’. Cheval Blanc is an incredibly flexible wine in that it is rich and full bodied when it is drunk young but it equally ages well. Vines: The estate consists of 58% Cabernet Franc and 42% Merlot Output: c. 8,300 cases per annum



Château Pétrus, despite never having been placed in the original Bordeaux classification system of 1855, is one of the most celebrated wines of the region. There is no Château on the estate, only a modest farmhouse, but, despite that, the name Pétrus has become synonymous with wealth and luxury. The wine is unusual in that it contains almost entirely Merlot grapes, and is made using only a tiny percentage of Cabernet Franc. Vines: The wine is produced using 95% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc Output: c. 2,100 cases per annum



Château Le Pin, named after the solitary pine tree that sits of the tiny, postage-stamp vineyard, has consistently recieved very high ratings from wine critics the world over. It has in the past been the most expensive wine in the world and this, in addition to the tiny rate of production, makes Le Pin incredibly sought-after. Vines: Grape varieties cultivated are 92% Merlot and 8% Cabernet Franc Output: c. 600 cases per annum

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