Cheers! Top of the Line Wines That Every Man Would Love to Drink

Wine, the alcoholic beverage made by fermenting the grapes is famous in all corners of the world. If you really want to impress that special lady, show her your cellar of fine wines or at least display your knowledge of them. But only a few know all the things that are necessary for wine. The commonly known things are that wines can be classified into red and white wines. Red wines are prepared from by soaking the grapes along with the skin and the white wines are made by removing the skin of the grapes after fermentation. Read on to discover the most expensive wines available on the market.

Chateau Le Pin Pomerol 1999

If you like to taste wine then this will certainly catch your attention. The Chateau Le Pin Pomerol 1999 is truly one of the most illustrious wines to come out of Bordeaux. This is one of the finest quality wines that is a quality of garage wine. Its fullness comes from the downy levels of mocha, black cherry and currant flavors. Chateau Le Pin Pomerol 1999 is full bodied and as loaded with tannins as it is with fruits. Cost about $900 a bottle.

Petrus Pomerol 1998

Chateau Petrus is probably the world’s most famous and most coveted fine wine. But this wine, from a prime vineyard on well-drained clay soil atop the Pomerol plateau, has for decades stood as the greatest example of Merlot in the world. The official name is Chateau Petrus but even its label refers to it as simply “Petrus.” Petrus makes a wine that is extraordinarily creamy and thick but with the substantial tannic foundation to ensure decades of development in bottle. The blaze of exotic aromas and flavors typically encompasses black raspberry, mulberry, iron, cocoa powder, truffle and expensive new oak.

Dom. Romane Conti 1997

The aroma of this French red Burgundy Dom. Romane Conti particular blend is reminiscent of spices, berries and leather. It also comes with a unique, interesting mix. One can infer the different tones that have been captured by this drink. It is dark in color, and teases drinkers with the taste of soy sauce, flowers and licorice. Translucent and dark-coloured, the wine shows maturity. However, any bottle fetches prices of over a thousand, no matter what its vintage date is and considered to be the most expensive wine in the world.

Chateau Lafite Rothschild Pauillac 1996

Chateau Lafite Rothschld is known for producing what many people think is the best Bordeaux wine in the appellation. It’s also considered to be one of the most famous wines in the world. If you can afford Lafite-Rothschild, expect a wonderfully concentrated, supremely elegant wine with ineffable aromas of dark ruby color, ripe black currants, almonds, violets and vanilla, spicy, oaky scents. It tends to be firm yet delicate and supple, great elegance develops with age. An excellent accompaniment to duck, veal, lamb and all red meats.

Chateau La Mondotte Saint-Emilion 1996

La Mondotte 1996 is a red wine, made by La Mondotte. Its origin is St. Émilion in Libournais, Bordeaux, France. It is made from a Red Bordeaux blend. It is produced from the 1996 harvest. An amazing wine is a super star. The thick purple color suggests a wine of extraordinary extract and richness. It is amazing for both its appellation and the vintage, revealing a remarkable level of richness, profound concentration, and integrated tannin. This super-concentrated wine offers a spectacular nose of roasted coffee, licorice, blueberries, and black currants intermixed with smoky new oak.

Chateau Valandraud Saint-Emilion 1995

Rarity places a hefty price on this rather bold blend of wine and superb saturated dark ruby color. Its knockout aroma is sweet with raspberry and suave with oak, along with notes of smoked duck. It enters the mouth like a ribbon of ruby coloured velvet and surprises the tongue with its sweetness. Thick, sweet and velvety in the mouth, the fruit explodes with aeration, saturating those hard-to-reach places in the mouth. Really fabulous sweetness.

Chateau Margaux 1995

Chteau Margaux 1995 is a true great vintage with all the hallmark characteristics power, depth, richness, complexity, but also delicacy, subtlety and harmony. These wines consistently show an ineffable floral perfume, silky texture and great persistence on the aftertaste. Very complex aromas of blackcurrant, wild plum, violets, minerals, tar and smoky oak. Dense and supple, with great sweetness of fruit. Quite concentrated, but light on its feet, this is a wine of freshness and refinement. The long finish is clean, and expresses a lot of purity in the mouth.

Chateau Latour Pauillac 1990

This wine comes from the finest soil in Pauillac in the wine-producing region of Medoc. It comes from the estate of Château Latour, which has been ranked as one of the only four First Growth châteaux. If Lafite is renowned for elegance, Latour is prized for power. The Pauillac 1990 is made from young vines and has a harmonious ribbon of tastes. It is acclaimed for its finale, which seems to linger endlessly with the tastes of caramel, dark cherry, chocolate, roasted fruits and licorice.

Chateau Haut Brion Pessac-Lognan 1982

Chateau Haut-Brion may be the most famous chateau of Graves and one of the great names in French wine history, but it’s not resting on its laurels. Very great wine. An outstanding vintage year for both quantity and quality. A wine with great harmony and balance, very rich in tannin. This wine ends beautifully full and complex at the same time. Complex aromatics of scorched earth, smoked herbs, and sweet red and black currants are followed by a full-bodied, silky-textured wine… the 1982 remains a superb Haut Brion

Chateau Mouton Rothschild Pauillac 1986

Mouton-Rothschild may be almost as recognizable for its bottles, which feature labels specially commissioned from famous artists of the day, but really, we’re all about what’s inside the bottle. Very deep, saturated ruby with only a hint of garnet at the rim. Ripe red and black fruits, mint, vanilla, minerals and delicate black pepper on the captivating nose. Very rich, big and deep, with a luscious texture and ripe flavors similar to the aromas. Finishes smoothly tannic and very long, with building sweetness.

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  1. Vim says:

    Very very true, every man would love to drink these wines – they are fantastic. Great blog….keep it up, and keeping making us foam at the mouth… 🙂

    Vim (www.12× Fine Wine Blog)