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List of products by brand Ets Jean-Pierre Moueix

Château Magdelaine 2009

Red wine from Saint-Emilion (Bordeaux - France) produced by the winery Château Magdelaine with Merlot and Cabernet Franc grapes.
Game animals, roasts, legume and grilled red meats would be the most suitable food pairing.
When stored properly, the shelf life in optimal conditions will be from now until 2042.
We think this wine needs to be decanted, and serve between 12ºC and 16ºC preferably in a Bordeaux type glass.

Château Hosanna 2005

€234.90
Red Wine crianza from Pomerol (France) produced by the winery Ets Jean-Pierre Moueix with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes.
Will pair nicely with grilled red meats, roasts, game animals and legume.
When stored properly, the shelf life in optimal conditions will be from now until 2030.
It needs decanting, and the service temperature ranges between 12ºC and 16ºC in a Bordeaux type glass for a better tasting experience.

Château Magdelaine 1992

€51.93
Red Wine crianza from SaintEmilion (France) produced by the winery Ets Jean-Pierre Moueix with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes.
Legume, aged cheese, roasts and grilled red meats would be the most suitable food pairing.
Decanting is recommended. Serve at a temperature between 12ºC and 16ºC in a Bordeaux type glass for a better tasting experience.

Château Canon De Brem 1992

€19.44
Red Wine crianza from SaintEmilion (France) produced by the winery Ets Jean-Pierre Moueix with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes.
Will pair nicely with legume, stews, game animals and grilled red meats.
It needs decanting. Serve at a temperature between 12ºC and 16ºC in a Bordeaux type glass for a better tasting experience.

Château Lafleur-Gazin 2000

€36.54
Red Wine crianza from Pomerol (France) produced by the winery Ets Jean-Pierre Moueix with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes.
Game animals, grilled red meats, roasts and aged cheese would be the most suitable food pairing.
We think this wine needs to be decanted, and serve between 12ºC and 16ºC preferably in a Bordeaux type glass.