From rare vintages through to better known household names, browse our range of red, white, rose and sparkling wines to discover your next favourite.
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.
Viognier became famous in the production of the great Rhone wines of Condrieu. It is now made globally, offering exotic vibrant aromatic wines. This St Chinian example is maybe a tad drier and fresher than some, really well made and interesting. it is also surprisingly resilient, with time in bottle it shows, delicate flecks and nuance, and retains a wonderful freshness.
Marselan is a local and historic grape from Languedoc. Corrinne Deneufbourg has put her heart and soul into helping to promote Marseland grape. Nowadays is a small production in Languedoc but it has attracted attention and is been adopted in Chinese wine making.
This unoaked wine has present ripe black fruit and...
Sweet and silky with notes of light tropical fruit, and a lengthy finish. Match this wine with a strong blue cheese, or perhaps a decadent dessert.
Chateau Musar Rosé is a still and softly-oaked tribute to the typical ‘blended’ rosés of Champagne (comprising both red and white grapes), a style much-loved by Serge Hochar. This wine is not produced every vintage as very specific grape haracteristics are required to ensure that the varieties combine in fine, delicate and elegant form. In 2008, three varieties were used to cre…
Chateau Musar’s youthful ‘Jeune’ wines are made from the fruit of Bekaa Valley vines at around 1,000m above sea level. Altitude keeps the average temperature moderate at 25 degrees Celsius and with 300 days of sunshine a year, grapes are...
This honeyed buttery white from sunny Californias Central valley, made from 75% Colombard and 25% Chardonnay has a lovely pear and pineapple infused nose, wityh plenty of ripe sweetness on the finish. It works well on its own or with some cheeses, cold buffets and some desserts.
Corder Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc highlights beautifully the extraordinary quality of white wines coming out of South Africas Elgin Valley district. The tensile freshness which this cooler climate proffers combines here with the...
Corder Family Wines Chardonnay is fresh and light in style, easy going with a hint of oak. The Elgin factor gives it an extra lift of elegance over...
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)
The estate has been in the same family since 1780 and theyâ€™re rightly proud off their traditionally produced wines. The grapes are picked by hand from 30 year old vines; the estate achieved organic certification in 2012...
Since 1997,the insurance company called Groupama own it. They replanting up to 45% of the 45 hectares and refurbished the cellar with the new technology.
The blend of the wine is 50% Merlot. 47% Cabernet Sauvignon and 7% Cabernet Franc.
Decanter 89/100 Neal Martin 88-90/100 James Suckling 90-91/100
This is the third vintage of Enclos Tourmaline, the tiny parcel of vines in Pomerol which is demonstrating itself to produce some of the finest Merlot wines in the world! This Merlot is soft, fruity with a generous bouquet of black fruit and subtle spice, and in perfect balance.
Hailing from the Grand Cru vineyard of Musigni in the Clos Vougeot, his bottle of red Burgundy is delightfully summery! Were talking sweet red fruit, freshly cut roses and violets, truffle and mint. Give this ten years for everything to settle down and enjoy its long life beyond that! Serve cool (15-16oC) to give the wine refreshing lift!
This vineyard is littered with the famous ‘galets’ or pudding stones characteristic of the area, but in reality the subsoil if far more important – the quaternary terrace has a complex and varied mixture of red clay and ferruginous sand. The vines are very old (approximately 90 years old). This unique hilltop vineyard West of the village of Châteauneuf-du-Pape makes some of the...