Château de Pitray 2010 Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux
This blend hails from one of the most-lauded vintages in recent history, from an emerging subregion on the Right Bank of the Gironde. Firm tannins and dark fruit flavors give way to a lengthy, spice- and earth-accented finish. 90 pts Wine Enthusiast
Château de Rambeau 2012 Lussac Saint-Emilion
A Merlot-dominated blend that is typical of the Saint-Emilion area, this red is chock-full of rich blackberry, black plum, and currant flavors. Moderate tannins and a veritable spice cabinet of flavors make this hearty red a good match with a variety of roasted or grilled meats.
Château Cleyrac 2010 Bordeaux Supérieur
90% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Merlot make up the blend on this wine. Cassis, blackberry, and black cherry flavors meld with a touch of dried mint and cedar. This is a hearty blend tailor-made for a crisp autumn evening at home.
Château Duc de Broglie 2009 Côtes de Bourg
A concentrated ruby color hints at the red fruit flavors that dominate the flavor profile on this wine: red cherry, plum, red currant, and raspberry are all carried by supple and mellow tannins. Composed of 60% Merlot, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 5% Malbec, this medium-bodied blend pairs well with a number of comfort foods, like stews and soups, pork roast, or wild rice-stuffed Cornish game hen.
Château La Borie 2012 Bordeaux
A simple country blend, this wine offers food-friendly black cherry and blackberry flavors wrapped in a subtley-spiced finish with just the right amount of tannins.
Château Genins 2014 Bordeaux
Plump black plum and black currant flavors characterize this youthful example of Bordeaux. Fall classics such as beef stew, grilled lamb chops, or beef stroganoff are good matches for this red blend.