Draw – 12 bottles of outstanding wines to add to your cellar


Win a case of 12 bottles of outstanding wines to add to your cellar.

From Spain to Bordeaux, you could take home a rare selection of famous wines that your taste buds will find irresistible. Whether you age them or drink them immediately, they will add an elegant touch to your collection.

Tickets cost $100.

Find out a little more about the 12 wines, a total value of $8,250:

Château Lafite Rothschild 1997, Pauillac
Red wine | 750 ml | France, Bordeaux
This château, celebrated by wine lovers the world over, has been producing outstanding wines since 1975. While this great wine has never been the most demonstrative of Pauillac wines, what sets it apart is its exceptional finesse, which develops after 15 to 30 years of storage. Highly prized by wine lovers for its fabulous aromatic complexity and characteristic cedar aroma.

Château D’Yquem 1997, Sauternes
White wine | 750 ml | France, Bordeaux
This marvellous wine exudes aromas of peach, pineapple, coconut, nutmeg and cinnamon, supported by nuances of toast, caramel and vanilla from new oak. With their uncommon richness and concentration, Yquem wines have extraordinary storage potential.

Château Pontet-Canet 2009 Grand Cru classé, Pauillac
Red wine | 750 ml | France, Bordeaux
The product of an outstanding vintage, this wine was given a perfect score by the renowned critic Robert Parker. The blend is dominated by cabernet-sauvignon (65%), topped up with merlot (30%), cabernet franc (4%) and petit verdot (1%). Château Pontet-Canet is the first Médoc “grand cru classé” to obtain biodynamic certification. In addition to eliminating the use of pesticides and weedkillers, since 2008 the estate has used horses to work the land, thereby minimizing soil compaction.

Château La Conseillante 2010, Pomerol
Red wine | 750 ml | France, Bordeaux
Château La Conseillante makes silky, creamy wines. They are supple are reach maturity rapidly. Sometimes dubbed the “Bordeaux Burgundy” because of its finesse, this cuvée offers surprising aromas of candied plum and black raspberry, with hints of truffle, mocha and spices, and an enchanting silky, creamy palate. Over time, La Conseillante develops aromas of violet, liquorice and jammy red fruit, with nuances of spice.

Château Pavie 2003 Grand cru, 1er Grand cru classé “A”, Saint-Émilion
Red wine | 750 ml | France, Bordeaux
Somewhat closed when young, these wines require seven or eight years’ storage to release their powerful aromatic bouquet: cherry, blueberry, blackberry, prune, roasted coffee and oak. After a strong attack with strong but very fine tannins, the whole is characterized by magnificent richness and persistence.

Descendientes de J. Palacios La Faraona 2010, Bierzo
Red wine | 750 ml | Spain, Green Spain
This cuvée owes its name to a parcel of land on which the estate stands in the village of Corullon, at an altitude of 1,000 metres. Aged for 16 months in barrels of French oak, this wine is suited to very long storage, and unveils complex aromas of red fruit and roasting. It asserts itself on the palate with elegance, power and complexity. Its superb minerality enhances strongly flavoured accompanying dishes.

Château Mouton-Rothschild 2003, Pauillac
Red wine | 750 ml | France, Bordeaux
Thanks to the old cabernet sauvignon vines that occupy 81% of the vineyard, Château Mouton Rothschild wine presents a brilliant fruit, with smoky notes typical of the terroir, a splendid tannic structure and great freshness, giving it a rare aptitude for aging. The rest of the vine population is made up of merlot (15%), cabernet franc and petit verdot.

Clos de Tart Grand Cru Monopole 2001, Côte de Nuits
Red wine | 750 ml | France, Burgundy
Silky, finesse, rich, full-bodied: abundant epithets are used to describe this elegant nectar with its delicious aromas of cherry, raspberry, liquorice, vanilla or violet, enriched by spicy nuances as it ages. Opening very slowly, Clos de Tart wines can be stored for up to 25 years.

Château Haut-Brion 2003, Pessac-Léognan
Red wine | 750 ml | France, Bordeaux

Served at the table of King Charles II of England in 1660, Château Haut-Brion has continued to make history ever since. The blend is made up of 45% merlot, 44% cabernet sauvignon and 9% cabernet franc, with a touch of petit verdot. Limited yields and 22 months of long, careful storage in entirely new barrels contribute to the character of this magnificent wine. More precocious than the other grands crus, Haut Brion develops creamy notes of ripe blackberry and mineral notes of legendary finesse.

Dominio de Pingus, Pingus 2010, Ribera del Duero
Red wine | 750 ml | Spain, Duero Valley
In introducing microvinification into Spain, Peter Sissek resolutely broke all the local rules of winemaking. As for the character of this Spanish superstar wine, it turns out to be powerful, full-bodied, fat, and extremely concentrated, with strong aromatic intensity and remarkable creaminess. Superbly structured, it presents increasingly perceptible finesse with each vintage and promises long years of storage.

Château Léoville Las Cases 1990, Saint-Julien
Red wine | 750 ml | France, Bordeaux
Léoville Las Cases produces wines of astonishing complexity. Exhibiting very strong regularity, these wines attain perfection. Deeply coloured, tannic, full-bodied and concentrated, they have very great storage potential. A monumental wine.

Château La Fleur-Pétrus 2005, Pomerol
Red wine | 750 ml | France, Bordeaux
La Fleur Petrus is appreciated for its elegance and its supple, suave and silky character. This Pomerol shines through its characteristic palate sensation: indescribably creamy. La Fleur Petrus needs to be aged for between 10 and 30 years to reach its full potential.

The draw will be held at 5:15pm on August 31 at the prestigious Jonathan Drouin golf tournament, for the benefit of La Fondation du CHUM. You don’t have to be present at the Tournament to enter the draw and have a chance to win!

Your participation will enable the CHUM to implement leading-edge technological initiatives to boost the efficacy of treatment provided and put research at the centre of all our hospital activities, for the greater benefit of Québecers.

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