Description Not many wines can boast 15 top Gold medals in four years, but that’s the triumphant haul for this claret, 2015 to 2018. It’s from a small estate in Saint Germain du Puch, between Bordeaux and Saint Emilion. The estate grows Merlot, Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon on clay and limestone soils typical of the greater Saint Emilion region. Owners Agnès and Alexandre Sueur and winemaker Gregory Dalla Longa make wines that reflect this special terroir and the unique character of each vintage. And Bordeaux 2019, with its long, hot, dry summer, with just enough rain, was certainly high quality. Gavin Quinney in JancisRobinson.com called it "an embarrassment of riches". Decant at least an hour prior to serving it with roast lamb or pan fried duck.