This is an example of a classic rose, created using grapes from 20 year old vines. Notes of berries, almonds and herbs on the palate, this is well structured and robust. A light and refreshing wine, best enjoyed alongside rice and Asian dishes.
The house of Delaunay was founded in 1893, and sits on the beautiful Cote de Nuits, in the heart of Burgundy. Taking great care, they produce high quality wines, full of flavour and true to their region. These wines are great value, and are an ideal to accompaniment to a variety of dishes.
The grapes for this wine come from selected vineyards around the Etang de Thau and Picpoul area. The vines are planted on sandy Pliocene soils benefitting from a sunny, warm climate which encourages ripe, fruity flavours in the wines, while the coastal breezes help retain freshness and aromatics. The result is great balance. This is a brilliant house wine very popular with the …
Another individual Languedoc blend from Les Vignerons. We were surprised how well this combination of grapes works. Red fruits of the Grenache dominate the nose, but it is the silky gamey Pinot which comes through on the palate, great value here.
This 100% Syrah cuvée from Domaine Michelas St Jemms is delicious, the sandy soil promotes an expressive open style on the palate, beautifully light and easy to drink.
Clear flavours of black cherry and cassis, followed by gentle spices in this medium weight Bordeaux red. Awards: Gold Medal:Gilbert and Gaillard Three Stars: Decanter Magazine 2011
Made using the Merlot grape, the rose from Chateaux Cailleteau Bergeron is packed with fruity flavours with just a hint of rose petals in the background. This is a very soft and round wine with a lot to offer, an excellent accompaniment to Mediterranean cuisine – superb value.