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  • Mâcon-Villages 2017, Domaine de Rochebin, Azé, 12.5% vol, 75cl

    Mâcon-Villages 2017, Domaine de Rochebin, Azé, 12.5% vol, 75cl

    WB01

    Situated in a region packed with historical interest, this award-winning Domaine is perched on a hilltop overlooking the Saône Plain in Mâcon.

     

    Most of this Domaine’s vineyards were originally cultivated by monks at the Medieval Christian Abbey at Cluny. Established in 1921 by Jean Pierre Marillier, this 45 hectare family-owned estate is now expertly run by rising star winemaker Mikaël Marillier who is now creating benchmark Mâcon-Village wines.

     

    100% Chardonnay from 40 year old vines.

     

    Simple and very attractive white Burgundy.

     

    Clean and fresh with soft fruit and gentle balancing acidity.

    £13.02

  • Coteaux du Giennois 2018, Domaine de Villargeau, Central Vineyards, 13.5% vol, 75cl

    Coteaux du Giennois 2018, Domaine de Villargeau, Central Vineyards, 13.5% vol, 75cl

    LV11

    The Côte de Gien is situated just to the north of Sancerre and Pouilly-sur-Loire.

     

    In 1991, the Thibault family decided to create the “Domaine de Villargeau” on land facing south-southwest and enjoying the greatest amount of sunshine. Two brothers, Fernand and Jean-François Thibault, cleared hillsides abandoned since the phylloxera crisis of the mid nineteen century in order to plant vines. In 2000, they were joined by one of their sons, Marc, returning to the area armed with his apprenticeship and experience in viticulture and oenology.

     

    Made from 100% Sauvignon Blanc the wine is fermented in temperature-controlled stainless steel and then aged on its lees, again in steel, before bottling.

     

    Dry, crisp and refreshing, the wine is a slightly lighter and softer style of Sauvignon than that produced in Sancerre and Pouilly. Excellent wine and great value.

    £13.20

  • Château Villefranche 2015, Sauternes, Henri Guinabert et Fils, 14% vol, 37.5cl

    Château Villefranche 2015, Sauternes, Henri Guinabert et Fils, 14% vol, 37.5cl

    BB01

    A 17 ha property just to the south of the village of Barsac that has been in the Guinabert family for over 350 years.

     

    85% Semillon, 10% Sauvignon Blanc, 5% Muscadelle.

     

    Pale golden straw in appearance, the nose is fresh with characteristic Botrytis honey and hints of apricots and marmalade. The palate is middle weight, not too sweet but very elegant. A delicious and very well balanced Sauternes.

     

    Half Bottle

    £13.86

  • “Terrasses” Rouge 2016, Château Pesquié, Ventoux, 14% vol, 75cl

    “Terrasses” Rouge 2016, Château Pesquié, Ventoux, 14% vol, 75cl

    RR12

    Château Pesquié is a family domaine located at the foot of Mont Ventoux.

     

    Although the AOC Côtes du Ventoux is a relatively new appellation, it was not created until 1973, there is evidence of vine cultivation at Château Pesquié that dates back two thousand years.

     

    Today the estate is run by Alexandre and Frédéric Chaudière the third generation of the family to be winemakers.

     

    The vineyards for the Terrasses Rosé are at about 300m altitude.

     

    60% Grenache and 40%Syrah.

     

     

    The wine has a very deep ruby colour and a nose full of spice and red fruit aromas. Full and rounded in the mouth with red fruit and spicy flavours supported by clean, fresh tannins.

    £14.40

  • Mâcon-Bussières “Le Vieux Puits” 2018, Domaine Thiery Drouin, Vergisson, 13% vol, 75cl

    Mâcon-Bussières “Le Vieux Puits” 2018, Domaine Thiery Drouin, Vergisson, 13% vol, 75cl

    WB20

    Based in the village of Vergisson the Drouin family domaine comprises some 11 hectares and is run by Thierry and son Charles-Edouard. Established for several generations it comprises 6ha of prime Pouilly Fuissé vineyards and 3ha of Macon Villages.

     

    The grapes for the Mâcon-Bussières are from low-yielding 35 year old vines planted with a north-west exposure.

     

    The wine is aged for 8 months in 500-litre oak barrels on fine lees to extract maximum flavour and texture.

     

    Pale straw yellow in appearance, the nose of the wine has rich aromas of vanilla, pear and pineapple as well as white flowers. On the palate, the expression is elegant, middle-weight and pure with a touch of citrus/mineral flavour on the finish.

    £14.88

  • “Le Paradou” Rosé 2017, Famille Chaudière, Côtes de Provence, 13.5% vol, 75cl

    “Le Paradou” Rosé 2017, Famille Chaudière, Côtes de Provence, 13.5% vol, 75cl

    RS04

    Le Paradou” Côtes de Provence Rosé is a joint project between Alex and Fred Chaudière of Château Pesquié in Ventoux and US wine shipper Eric Solomon.

     

    A blend of Cinsault, Grenache and Rolle (Vermentino) from 20-30 year old vines from a vineyard at 250 m altidude in the shadow of Montagne Sainte-Victoire in the heart of Provence.

     

    The fruit is hand picked in the cool of early morning and transferred to the winery where it is cooled before a short, gentle maceration to extract the lightest possible colour. Fermentation and ageing is in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats to maximize freshness.

     

    Very pale in colour the nose is fresh and clean with notes of red berries – raspberries and strawberries – with a touch of spice. The palate is dry and refreshing with soft fruit and a lovely supporting acidity that leads to a long, lingering finish.

    £14.94

  • “Les Amis de la Bouïssière” 2016, Domaine la Bouïssière, 14% vol, 75cl

    “Les Amis de la Bouïssière” 2016, Domaine la Bouïssière, 14% vol, 75cl

    RR07

    Domaine La Bouïssière has been run by brothers Thierry and Gilles Faravel since the death of their father in 1990. The family has been farming the 30-50 year old, low-yielding vine organically since the late 1980’s.


    Nine hectares of vines are situated at the base of the famous Dentelles de Montmirail making them some of the highest vineyards in Gigondas. This elevation permits a long growing season, adding elegance and freshness to the wines.

     

    Unusually for this part of France, “Les Amis” contains 40% Merlot from a vineyard planted by Thierry next to the river Ouvèze. The Merlot adds a juicy, fruit driven style to the rich and spicy Grenache and Syrah that make up the rest of the blend. Merlot is not a permitted grape variety within the Gigondas appellation which is why the wine is designated vin de France.

     

     

     

     

    £14.94

  • Chiroubles “La Forge” 2017, Domaine de la Chaponne, Laurent Guillet, 12.5% vol, 75cl

    Chiroubles “La Forge” 2017, Domaine de la Chaponne, Laurent Guillet, 12.5% vol, 75cl

    BJ04

    We always felt that Laurent Guillet was a star in the Beaujolais and now that he has his father’s old vines in the Côte de Py the results are stunning. He is also making delicious Chiroubles from his wife’s family vineyard.

     

    Chiroubles is the most westerly and highest (up to 1,500 ft) of the Cru villages of Beaujolais.

     

    “La Forge” is a wonderfully elegant, fragrant wine. Soft and silky with lovely juicy summer berry fruit and a fine backbone of soft acidity and gentle tannins.

     

    Served lightly chilled it is a perfect partner to tuna and salmon dishes.

    £14.94

  • Riesling Réserve 2017, Cave Vinicole de Hunawihr, 12.5% vol, 75cl

    Riesling Réserve 2017, Cave Vinicole de Hunawihr, 12.5% vol, 75cl

    AL06

    This small co-operative, founded in 1954, has 110 members and 200 hectares of vineyard in the Haut-Rhin, nine kilometres from Colmar.

     

    Grapes for the Riesling Réserve are grown in vineyards running along the South and South-East facing hillside slopes of Hunawihr, at an altitude of 250-320 metres above sea level. The average age of the vines is over 25 years old.

     

    Wine maker Nicolas Garde selected each parcel individually to ensure the best quality for this Réserve wine. The temperature controlled fermentation took place at around 17°C for three weeks with local Alsace yeasts. The wine was then aged on its fine lees in stainless steel tanks for three months before careful filtration. No malolactic fermentation was allowed to take place.

     

    A bright and elegant straw yellow with delicate silver tints. The nose is nicely complex with citrus, pear and white flower notes.The palate shows lively attack and is rich in the aromas of the bouquet, especially citrus. A long-lasting wine with a refreshing finish.

     

    £15.18