From rare vintages through to better known household names, browse our range of red, white, rose and sparkling wines to discover your next favourite.
The vines here are slightly younger, than the Nuits Saint Georges, still on average over 50 years though. The elevage is almost identical, totally de-stemmed with a cold maceration before fermentation. The fruit is a bit more forward, charming and vibrant. Try is with red meats.
Aged for around 16 months in oak, the wine is then transferred back into the steel tanks before being bottled. This is a dry red wine, with silky tannins, flavours of red fruits are dominant on the palate. Ideal to serve alongside food, try this with a beef dish.
The wine is aged in oak barrels for a minimum of 8 months before being returned to the steel tanks, and then bottled. This is a fresh and dry white wine, with citrus flavours of lemon and a definite floral note. This will be delicious served with a simple fish dish.
The slightly cooler 2014 is proving to be a very elegant vintage with terroir definition. This shows up in the style of Nicolas Potel's Nuits Saint Georges, which is beginning to show a little expanse, though still a relatively youthful Pinot Noir. You can go ahead and drink now, or keep it another year or two and you will have a rounder example with a more teriary profile.
Fixin is traditionally quite stern and austere with elevated minerality. With bottle age the softness of the charming Pinot fruit calms and mellows the palate, The result is a seriously contemplative wine. Audoins Le Rozier certainly follows this ethos, the ripe 2012 vintage adding a welcome extra layer of richness.
Roger and his daughter Julie represent the fifth and sixth generations of Belland vineyard owners and winemakers in the Cote d'Or. Dating back to 1839, the Domaine consists of 23 hectares across the communes in the area.
Using no pesticides for almost 20 years, the family ploughs the soil to control the weeds, while encouraging the...
Situated in Pouilly, between the villages of Fuisse and Vergisson, Domaine Bourdon uses the Chardonnay grape to produce all of their wines. Using the latest technology, they harvest their vines located across 8 villages within the region. The variety of terriors that they cover allows them to...
2013 was a tough year for Cote de Beaune since hail devestated the yields in many vineyards. Volnay in particular was very badly affected. Clos des Chenes produced only two-and-a-half barrels; 304 bottles in total. The wine was, nonetheless, fantastic quality and its rarity gives romantic charm.
A wine made from the oldest vines in Volnay area; some are over 60 years old! These offer deep and powerful wines which expect maturity between ten and twenty years from bottling. Ripe black and red fruit aromas dominate the nose on this wine, with fine tannins and fresh acidity on the palate. A tough year gave hailstorms which greatly affected the Volnay area, severely…
Made from 100% Chardonnay grapes on clay & limestone vineyards. The grapes are hand harvested. The wine spends 10 months in French oak barriques (max 20% new oak)