In many ways it couldn’t be simpler. France equals wine. Wine equals France. The world-famous regions just roll off the tongue...Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne... those are the big three, the areas which almost everyone has heard of. But as far as wine is concerned there is much more to France than just that; the wines of Alsace, Languedoc-Roussillon, Loire, and the Rhone can also be exceptional.
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A very aromatic wine with predominantly red fruit (blackcurrant, strawberry, cherry, prune) and spice (pepper, cinnamon) notes. The palate is dense and silky with mature rounded tannins.
Aromas of blackberry, plum, cassis and hints of liquorice. Rich and ripe with smooth, fine tannins. A wine to enjoy with beef, lamb, duck or hard mature cheeses.
The vast southern French Languedoc region has some ideal spots for growing the finicky Pinot Noir grape.
It’s made at the oldest co-operative cellar in France (also voted ‘The Best’ by Le Revue du Vin de France). Wonderfully aromatic with complex notes of red fruits and liquorice. Full of flavour with smooth and gentle tannins.
In the vast, varied terroir of the Languedoc there’s an ideal spot for growing just about any grape variety including aromatic, high class Viognier. Le Versant is an authentic example from the oldest co-operative cellar in France (also voted ‘The Best’ by Le Revue du Vin de France).
Beautiful yellow colour with green glints. Intense nose of apricots, ripe peach and exotic fruits. The palate has a fresh crisp acidity and a long lingering finish
A medium dry rose with pronounced aromas of red fruit and delicate floral notes. Made from the Grolleau grape the appealing palate is fresh and well balanced with ample ripe fruit.
Coteaux D’Enserune IGP is from South of France. This dry Muscat has lovely acidity and flavours of mango, lychee and mandarin. Enseduna Muscat Sec is refreshing and aromatic with nice weight and a hint of spice. Try as an aperitif, salads and Asian cuisine!
Made using the free run juice of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. A slightly richer rosé with good purity of fruit that matches well with food at any time of the year.
Classic white Rhône of Grenache Blanc, Marsanne and Roussanne. Spicy and floral notes on the nose. A rich palate with citrusy fruit and a hint of spice on the finish.
The offical red wine from the Royal Welsh Regimental Wine Collection.
Blended from 50% Cabernet Sauvignon and 50% Merlot and then aged in oak for 12 months. A bouquet of ripe plums and bramble fruits with soft and well integrated tannin, good acidity and a very pleasing finish.
Behind its dark, ruby colour and violet hints, the Héritage hides intense smells of cassis, violet and spices. Straightforward on the palate, with pure and clear acidity, wrapped in mellowness. Altogether, this gives a good length to the wine.
This wine pairs perfectly with beef, duck breast, confit, cold cuts, cheese...
Elegant wine with mineral complexity and stone fruit on the nose. A fresh palate, with good medium wieight. This is a classic expression of Chardonnay.
The proximity of the Cérons appellation to the river Garonne is the reason why such high quality sweet whites are made here. A Semillon based sweet wine that exhibits a nose of ripe apricots and honey with a rich palate and racy, palate cleansing acidity.
Deep, classic Syrah from the northern Rhône appellation of Crozes-Hermitage from a firm established in 1876. Full of ripe blackberry flavour with a smoky undertones and fine, firm tannins. This is a wine for robust red meat dishes and one that will become even softer and more complex with medium-term cellaring.
Rich southern Rhône red from one of the region’s top villages and small artisan négociant Grandes Serres. Full of ripe blackberry flavour with a smoky undertones and fine, firm tannins, this is a wine for robust red meat dishes and one that will become even softer and more complex with medium-term cellaring.