FIGEAC 2014 ST EMILION

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Item #:
353202
Bottle Size:
750ml
Quantity On Hand:
19
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WINE ENTHUSIAST 97 POINTS - "Cellar Selection* The classic blend for Figeac with its 32% of Cabernet Sauvignon and 28% Cabernet Franc gives a beautifully dense wine with great tannins. The wine is perfumed while the complex tannins are finely cushioned by the generous black fruits and acidity. It is a wine for long-term aging. Drink from 2026."

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