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What a delight to find such an affordable Pinot Noir! La Petite Perrière is very typical of the Eastern Loire Valley: it is simple, light-bodied and fruity, with a little hint of vanilla on the finish. Made with 100% Pinot Noir - the grape used to make the famous Sancerre - this bottle is a lovely lunch wine that would pair nicely with any white meat,...

£ 10.60
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This Bergerac Rouge is the entry-level red wine of Château Bélingard. Blend of the four typical Bergerac grapes - Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Malbec - and aged in vats, it is a perfect fruity medium-bodied red wine. Not too dry but not too sweet, very easy-drinking with plenty of red fruit aromas - cherry, blackberry - and round on the...

£ 10.75
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Pinot Noir is becoming more and more popular in Languedoc under the IGP d'Oc appellation. Climate and soil are ideal for this grape there, while giving different wines from up North in Burgundy, Loire, or Alsace. This Pinot Noir is a lovely fruity wine with a nose of red cherry, morello cherry and earthy notes. Very lightly oaked with just a few months...

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A wonderful Grenache based Côtes du Rhône made with old vines from a relatively high vineyard (400m) and in sustainable farming - no chemical products at all. The nose exhibits a gentle fragrance of fresh ripe fruit (strawberry, black cherry) and spice. Palate is round, soft and fruity with spicy aromas in the background, ending on a touch of mint on the...

£ 11.00
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A classic and very well-made Pinot Noir from the central part of the Loire Valley. It's a fruity and light wine that we highly recommend for a summer lunch - don't hesitate to refresh it for a few minutes before serving. The colour is bright red, the nose is all about fresh red fruits and the palate is supple and elegant. Fermented and aged in stainless...

£ 11.40
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Côtes du Rhône Villages is the appellation just above Côtes du Rhône and winemaker has to follow stricter guidelines for this cuvée. Made of Grenache and Syrah - the classic Rhône grapes - this wine is deeply concentrated and offers beautiful aromas of black fruit and spices. As no oak barrel is used here, it is focused on fresh fruit and we love it....

£ 11.50
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Château Lacombe-Cadiot is a brilliant example of a great Bordeaux Supérieur, from a vineyard located in the Médoc. Made of 60% Merlot and 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, the wine has spent 10 months in oak barrels and many years in bottle to reach its best drinking time! It shows a nice fruity nose of dark fruit, medium-bodied palate, a touch of wood and a lovely...

£ 11.80
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Glenelly's Glass Collection red wines are made of a single grape variety (Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon). The Syrah was really the one standing out to us, reminiscent of what you can find in the Northern Rhône Valley. Dark colour with a slight purple edge, an intense nose developing aromas of dark berries, pepper and flowers. Palate is well-balanced...

£ 11.80
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The Domaine Brunely has been in the same family for over 200 years and owns vineyards on all the main Southern Rhône appellations: Vacqueyras, Gigondas, Ventoux and of course Châteauneuf-du-Pape. All the ingredients of a well-managed estate are here: sustainable farming practice, modern equipment but traditional winemaking techniques and a deep respect...

£ 12.00
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Stuck between Carcassonne and Narbonne, Corbières is the widest appellation in Languedoc with 11,800 hectares. Vines are planted in hilly areas, producing elegant, round and powerful reds thanks to a warm climate. Château de Luc is the perfect opportunity to start exploring the Corbières AOC. Made of Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre and Carignan, it boasts...

£ 12.10
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Domaine de la Patience is a classic story of a new generation of winemaker, taking over the family estate and turning it into a brilliant success. Before 1994, all grapes were sent to the local Coopérative and that is when Christophe Aguilar decided to start bottling again at the Domaine. He then expended the vineyard, renovated the equipment and finally...

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Château Montana is a family estate of 30 hectares in Banyuls-dels-Aspres, just South of Perpignan, that was created in the 1890’s and entirely restructured in 1996. The vineyard has been in sustainable farming practices for years and is now certified of “High Environmental Value” for its respect of all environmental aspect of winemaking. The cuvée...

£ 12.20
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Camille Malbec is the first cuvée of Château du Cèdre, which is considered by many as a reference in Cahors. The estate was created in the early 1970’s by a Charles Verhaeghe and is now run by his two sons Pascal and Jean-Marc. They have turned the 27 hectares of vines to organic viticulture since 2012, with Malbec as the main grape, along with a few...

£ 12.50
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The Médeville family has been making wine in Bordeaux for 7 generations now, since Jerome Médeville - a barrel cooper from Cadillac - bought a few hectares of vines in 1826! Today the family owns several estates in Entre-Deux-Mers, Graves and Sauternes, which are all managed with a careful balance of modern methods and traditional winemaking technics....

£ 12.50
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Château du Petit Thouars is a beautiful family estate in the heart of the Loire Valley, which has been in the family since the 17th century. The 15-hectare vineyard around the Château was developed in the 1970’s by the family and is now producing excellent wines in a very traditional way. This Chinon, made of Cabernet Franc, is a light to medium-bodied...

£ 12.60
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Cahors is one of the most emblematic appellations in the South West and it’s the obvious choice to discover the region. Sometimes called the “Black Wine” given its dark colour, Cahors wines are mainly made of Malbec, which may be blended with other grapes like Merlot or Tannat. Château du Caillau is a typical Cahors with a modern touch, made to drink...

£ 12.75
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Les Clapas is a very special Côtes du Rhône as the Grenache and Syrah grapes come from a 500m high vineyard, which may seem low but it is the highest in the whole Côtes du Rhône area! Freshness of the mountains and warmth from the South are combined in this medium to full-bodied wine. Palate is fruity, spicy and fresh with smooth tannins and a peppery...

£ 12.90
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Cabernet Franc can have multiple interpretations in the Loire valley, from easy drinking everyday wines to upmarket cuvées. This bottle is made from vines planted in the typical local soil called “Truffeau”, which is mostly made of porous clay and the Cabernet Franc thrive in there. Le Bouquet develops harmonious notes of red fruit, representative of the...

£ 13.00
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This Saint-Emilion is a medium-bodied, easy to drink red with just enough complexity to give great pleasure for any occasion. It boasts red berries aromas, some spices and offers a very decent finish. Well-structured, it is a perfect example of a solid Saint-Emilion. For £12, this is an absolute must. So much better that what you will find anywhere else...

£ 13.20
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Damien Lorieux is among those winemakers who live and breath for their passion. Using modern techniques such as grape control to set the ideal harvest date, he also defends traditional methods in the vineyard. His wines are typical from the Bourgueil aerea, offering fruit, freshness and class. Showing an intense red colour with purple notes, this...

£ 14.00
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"The Valreas Passion d’une Terre looks to be outstanding" Robert Parker - From the Côtes du Rhône Villages Valréas appellation, "Passion d'une Terre" is brillant, showing an astonishing complexity for this kind of price. Intense nose of red fruit and sweet spices, powerful and round palate with a long finish: a superb, yet affordable bottle - give it a...

£ 14.30
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“Classified growth-like quality” – Robert Parker. Château Bolaire has the specificity of containing 40% of Petit Verdot - a grape usually used in small quantity to add elegance and structure to a wine. As a result, it might be “only” a Bordeaux Supérieur but it clearly punches above its weight. It displays a toasty nose and powerful flavours of black...

£ 14.80
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Saint-Nicolas de Bourgueil is getting all the glory this week, starting with this delicious example. Cabernet Franc grapes are harvested when fully mature to make an easy to drink red wine. Packed with expressive aromas of red fruit, typical of Cabernet Franc, it is a great choice to start exploring the appellation from a one of the best organic estate in...

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This "Red Kiss" is a great cuvée to discover the Anjou Villages appellation. Made of Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% of Cabernet Franc from the left bank of the Loire, it is a soft and deliciously fruity medium-bodied red with aromas of ripe fruits, spices, toast and vanilla. With already a few years in the bottle, now is the perfect time to enjoy it with a...

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