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Clementine Cote de Provence Rosé

Clémentine is a dry rosé that dances along the palate, while bringing freshness to the mind; to be enjoyed as an aperitif, with poultry, fish and meat.

La Chasse Cotes Du Rhone "Prestige"

A deep red wine with purple tints. The nose is intense and full with suggestions of blackberry fruit and spices. The spicy element is also apparent to taste, complementing the red fruit character of this full, lively wine which has a long tasty finish.

Bouchard Aine & Fils Pinot Noir

With a lovely cherry red colour in the glass & aromas of cherry and coffee with subtly integrated toasted notes. Rich & appealing with silky tannins. Delectable and fruity with toasted notes and immense power. Flavours of chocolate underscored by a hint of menthol. Long finish with assorted fruit flavours and a subtle touch of oak.

Pittnauer Rose

This savoury Austrian expression of the blaufränkisch variety has a nutty and marginally confectionery bouquet of red cherries and flowers backed by a hint of cranberry and marzipan. It’s long, smooth and savoury, with juicy, almost sour-edged raspberry and red cherry fruit punctuated by refreshingly bright acids and underscored by a fine, dusty extract.

Chateau la Gordonne Cote de Provence Rose

Made from the classic Provence rosé blend of Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault. It has a generous bouquet with aromas of ripe red fruits, such as fresh strawberry, and notes of blackcurrant and violet. The palate again shows red fruit but this time with grapefruit and other citrus; there’s a touch of richness on the finish.

Boutinot Les Coteaux Cotes Du Rhone Villages

Elegant berry-fruit aromas backed with a hint of cedar and spice, soft supple tannins marrying into the cherry-fruit flavours result in a wine that is rich and smooth. Grenache 85 Syrah 15% Boutinot Rhône ‘Les Coteaux’ Côtes du Rhône Villages 2009, Wine Spectator’s ’100 Outstanding Values’

Domaine Taupenot - Merme Gevrey Chambertin

The TAUPENOT-MERME Domaine is located in the heart of the Côte de Nuits, in Morey Saint Denis, and cultivates 13 Ha of vines spread over 20 appellations in the Côte de Beaune and the Côte de Nuits. Existing for 8 generations, we are always seeking to satisfy our clients and to find better ways to guarantee the consistent quality of our wines. velvet-smooth, the tannins of Gevrey-Chambertin confer power and solidity to the build and contribute to its great longevity. This is a wine for meat-eater, its gamey notes giving it a particular affinity for game, whether furred or feathered, especially when the wine is more fully evolved. 2013 vintage

Domaine Parent Bourgogne

Vinification : stalking 100%; cold maceration for about 4 days; temperature control; crushing twice a day; total fermentation on skins 12 to 14 days Maturing : 12 months in oak barrels; bottled by us at the Estate A fine, bright colour, an eloquent, fruity bouquet with hints of cherry. Wellbalanced and smooth, this wine is not pretentious, is pleasant and nice to drink whilst relatively young To be tasted when 3 to 5 years old with pork meats and delicatessen, meats and grilled poultry

Delas Saint Esprit Cotes du Rhone

Possesses an impressive purity in its black fruit, which is embellished with hints of spice on both nose and palate; the Syrah in the blend really showing its peppery influence syrah & grenache

M Chapoutier Belleruche Rouge

Grenache and Syrah. garnet red colour, aromas of red fruits (mainly morello cherries) and spices (liquorice, grey pepper). This wine has a great structure with firm and silky tannins. The grapes are entirely destemmed. Vatting lasts around 15 days and provides a great tannic structure. This allows ageing and guarantees a good stability.