The Rhone Valley is a richly diverse wine region. Segregated into North and South, the wines are quite different, the Northern Rhone wines dominated by the Syrah and Viognier grape varieties, producing the dark structured long lived reds of Cote Rotie and Hermitage. The wines further South, are much less monolithic, epitomised by Chateauneuf du Pape where up-to thirteen grape varieties are blended to create these great wines.
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.
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.
Grenache 50%, Roussanne 30%, Viognier 20%. Packed with fresh fruit, fragrances of linden tree and white flowers, savours of citrus, and a liveliness with enough punch that when served as an aperitif, it will tantalize our taste-buds without drowning our thirst. The fragrances evolve after the first summer towards honey and acacia notes, accentuating the suppleness of the wine. …
Sheltered from the wind named "Mistral" by the Mont Ventoux and Les Dentelles de Montmirail, the vineyard grows in a natural biosphere reserve classified by UNESCO. Fed by amazing spaces, the clay-siliceous soil, in the south of our property is perfect for the development of our fresh and fruity wines. The Château de la Croix des Pins was one of the first areas to obtain the "B…
Grenache 60%, Cinsault 10%, Syrah 10%, Carignan 5% and with Clairette, Picpoul, Bourboulenc, Mourvèdre. The Lafond Domaine Tavel Rose is characterized by a lovely pure tender pink colour. The predominating aromas are complex: red and white fruit associated with floral notes. With time, these fruity aromas will evolve toward more mellow notes with a touch of spice and stone frui…
Sheltered from the wind named "Mistral" by the Mont Ventoux and the Dentelles de Montmirail, the vineyard grows in a natural biosphere reserve classified by UNESCO. Fed by sublime spaces size, the clay- limestone here exalts the benefits of a single typical Provence. The Château de la Croix des Pins was one of the first areas to obtain the "BIO" label in 1998.
The vineyard is located between 300 and 350 metres of altitude in the heart of the Dentelles de Montmirail, this admirable mountain finely sculpted by erosion. It looks like majestic stonet lace. A real sculpture reaching a heigh of 755 metres. The soils are made of stony clay alluvium