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Ahhh Bordeaux, a lot of people think this region is the epitome of red wine production. In some cases maybe it is, but like any other wine region in the world, they're good and bad producers. In our experience, Bordeaux is one of the hardest regions to find value for money, mainly due to the fact of the famous tag that goes along with it. However, there are gems hidden amongst the many vineyards. Château Ségla is the second label of the Second Growth Château Rauzan-Ségla, what does that mean? Basically, it's their second-best wine that is more affordable than their first label.
Here is the 2015 and again if you listen, critics think that this vintage had all the components to be one of the best. With 6 years in the bottle, this wine is looking seriously good with a long way yet to go. There is a real opportunity here to be able to glance into the future by having the 2006 which is also available. Generally, Bordeaux softens and develops with age, so tasting this alongside the 2006 is something that will not happen often and is the best way to see how a wine can develop while appreciating the palate changes.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot & Cabernet Franc