Product successfully added to your shopping cart
Quantity
11 item(s)
|
 Mosaic  Detailed
0,75 L
50,00 €
1
Available
66,67 € / L
0,75 L
42,90 €
1
Available
57,20 € / L
0,75 L
28,90 €
1
Available
38,53 € / L
0,75 L
22,30 €
1
Available
29,73 € / L

Red Wine / France / Bordeaux wine / Lalande de Pomerol AOC / 13 % vol

0,75 L
32,90 €
1
Available
43,87 € / L
0,75 L
49,50 €
1
Available
66,00 € / L
0,75 L
105,00 €
1
Available
140,00 € / L

Red Wine / France / Bordeaux wine / Pomerol AOC / 13,5 % vol

0,75 L
2 725,00 €
1
Available
3 633,33 € / L
0,75 L
59,90 €
Only 5 bottle(s) left
1
Available
79,87 € / L
0,75 L
25,90 €
1
Available
34,53 € / L
0,75 L
72,90 €
1
Available
97,20 € / L
11 item(s)
|
 Mosaic  Detailed

Pomerol

Passing throught Pomerol, which is small and rural, with dila-pidated farm houses at every turn, few true chateaux and no really splendid ones, the traveler cannot fail to wonder how this tiny and uninspiring area can produce these magnificent wines whose softness makes them popular all Over the world. The prosperity of recent years has enabled these properties to indulge in a bit more than just an extra lick of paint, but renovation can only restore, not create, and it essentially remains an area with an air of obscurity. Even Château Pétrus, the greatest growth of Pomerol and probably the most expensive wine in the world, is nothing more than a simple farmhouse. It is interesting to reflect that, if this revered wine had achieved its current reputation and phenomenal price under the nouveau aristocracy of the First Empire, the finest architect in France would have been summoned to the backwoods of Libourne to construct a magnificent château as an eternal monument to its glorious success.