Louis Hauller 2015
La Cave Du Tonnelier
Pinot Blanc
Alsace, France

Full bodied, yet well rounded and delicate, the 2015 Louis Hauller Pinot Blanc is fresh and supple. It's notes of green apple and citrus fruits are balanced by minerality and floral nuances. Perfect for poultry and other white meat dishes, as well as asparagus and fresh goat cheese. - Winemaker's Notes

Average Price wine-Searcher: $12

W. H. FRANK Price

Chateau Moulin Pontet
Bordeaux, France

Outstanding Buy!
Silky smooth, elegant and drinking beautifully
now. Reminiscent of fine Saint Emillon.
Lush with good fruit and soft tannins

W. H. FRANK Price
$8.49 bottle

Chateau Calon Segur 2002
Saint Estephe, Bordeaux, France

Deep ruby/purple-tinged, this vintage, a blend of 65% Cabernet Sauvignon and 35% Merlot, is medium-bodied, elegantly-styled with surprisingly sweet tannin, some notes of herbs, plums, black cherries, and currants, a sweet, ripe attack, and a straightforward finish without the power and depth of the finest vintages. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2017.

Robert Parker
Wine Advocate # 158 - Apr 2005

94 Rating
Fabulous aromas of crushed berries, with cassis and blueberries and hints of spice. Full-bodied and very rich, with a wonderful tannin structure. Long and exotic.

- Wine Spectator

W. H. FRANK Price

Bahans Haut Brion

Chateau Bahans Haut Brion
2nd Wine of Haut Brion
Graves, Bordeaux, France

This wine was so easy to drink at age two that it is hard to believe it is still holding together. The color is medium ruby with amber at the edge. The nose is textbook Graves - minerals, spice, tobacco, and red and black fruits. With low acidity and medium body, this supple, attractive wine should be drunk up as it is unlikely to improve . Tasted 5 times after bottling with consistent tasting notes.

W. H. FRANK Price
$139.00 bottle

Chateau Pichon
Longueville Baron 1995

Pauillac, Bordeaux, France

“Features a bright, lively, leafy edge, with cassis bush and tobacco framing the slightly tangy core of red currant and black cherry, showing a solid note of iron. Cuts a distinctive profile, displaying sappy intensity through the finish.”

- Wine Advocate

W. H. FRANK Price

Bahans Haut Brion

Chateau Clerc Milon 2000
Pauillac, Bordeaux, France

This flamboyant, dense, opaque purple-colored wine, made from a blend of 67% Cabernet Sauvignon and 33% Merlot, is muscular, with an unctuous texture and high levels of tannin as well as extract. Compared to its other sibling in the Mouton-Rothschild stable, d'Armailhac, it is far more closed and tannic but still somewhat ostentatious, with smoky, leathery notes intermixed with oodles of black fruits and spice box. The wine may, however, have trouble eclipsing the brilliant 2001. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2020.

Robert Parker
Wine Advocate # 469 - Apr 2003

W. H. FRANK Price
$94.98 bottle

Chateau Cos D'Estournel 2002
Saint Estephe, Bordeaux, France

"One of the candidates for wine of the vintage, this beauty has a dense purple color to the rim and a classic, noble nose of graphite intermixed with black currant, spice box, licorice, and red and black fruits. Medium to full-bodied with exceptional precision and definition, this beautifully textured wine stands out as one of the most successful wines of this irregular vintage. A brilliant effort, it should be at its best between 2008 and 2020."

- Robert Parker

W. H. FRANK Price
$139.00 bottle

Bahans Haut Brion


Chateau Giscours 1999
Margaux, Bordeaux, France


A deep/purple color is followed by sweet, jammy plum, earth, licorice, herb and blackberry aromas. While fat, fleshy and concentrated, this 1999 has retained some of its Margaux-like eleagance.

- Robert Parker


W. H. FRANK Price
$84.95 bottle

Chateau Gloria 2002
Saint Julien, Bordeaux, France

89 Rating

Abundant amounts of licorice, smoke, herbs, cherries, and currants emerge from this deep ruby/purple-tinged, full-bodied, up-front, flamboyant 2002. It relies more on fruit and terroir than new oak to seduce the taster. Surprisingly supple and fleshy for the vintage, it is undeniably a sleeper of the vintage. Drink it over the next decade.

- Robert Parker (The Wine Advocate)

W. H. FRANK Price

88 Rating


Connetable Talbot 2000
Saint Julien. Bordeaux, France
(2nd wine of Chataeau Talbot)

Loads of raspberry and cherry character on the nose. Full-bodied, with round, caressing tannins and a lovely flavorful aftertaste. Second wine of Talbot. Best after 2005. 28,000 cases made.


-James Suckling

W. H. FRANK Price

All bottles are .75l  unless otherwise noted.

Ratings:  RP = Robert Parker (The Wine Advocate)   WS = The Wine Spectator
Unless otherwise noted, Case of .75l = 12 bottles, case of 1.5l = 6 bottles
Prices subject to change without notice, not responsible for typographical errors


For info
email us: