Evidence of wine making dating back over 6,000 years has been found in what is known as modern day Georgia and Iraq. Wine has been entwined in mythology, history, society, culture and religious practices of mankind. Wine today is thought of in terms of Old World - France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany, Austria, Lebanon and New World - Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Argentina, USA, South Africa. At Fine Wines Direct UK our range spans the globe including an award winning range of wines from Wales.
This wine is a fresh pale gold color and has harmonious aromas recalling ripe tropical fruits layered over notes of apple and fennel. It is silky on the palate, with good acidic structure and a long finish.
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
The expressive nose gives a fresh fruit made of wild strawberries, red and black currants with herbal notes. Everything is surrounded by graphite and stony notes, soft spices coming from the barrels and touches of smoky brown tobacco. The mouth provides a good volume from the beginning, with a lot of roundness and a great balance between structure and texture.
New and second use French and American oak barrels
A blend of Garnacha and Tempranillo. The wine spent 6 months in new and second use French and American oak barrels.
A cherry red colour in appearance, clean and bright.
Aromas and flavours of red fruit; fruit in syrup and of undergrowth and pastry.
A smooth, refreshing and easy-drinking wine with a nose of marinated strawberries and flavours of jammy red fruits. The bright acidity keeps it fresh and mouthwatering. A great choice for an aperitif as well as spicy dishes, pasta salads and grilled chicken.
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.
Pale light yellow colour, delicate and complex bouquet with fruity notes reminiscent of peach and green apple, there are also good secondary notes of acacia and lilac. Fresh and light on the palate with balanced acidity.
Fruit for this Shiraz is sourced from vineyards located in the warmer regions of South Australia where the climate produces fruit with a bold and generous flavour profile and firm tannins. Midday Somewhere is a medium-bodied wine with bright primary fruit characters partnered nicely alongside subtle hints of chocolate and spice.
Yellow in color. Floral and honeyed aromas. Smooth on the palate with elegant notes of tropical fruits and aromatic intensity perfectly balanced with the acidity.
Fruity, with notes of plums cherry marmalade and tobacco; spicy with an aftertaste of cocoa, coffee and vanilla.
Great wine for roasted and grilled meats. Ideal with game dishes. Excellent with mature hard cheeses
Pale straw colour with luminous highlights. On the nose, mineral notes and floral sensations with a depth of green apples. Refreshing and balanced in the mouth with a pleasant, long-lasting acidity that adds a touch of zest to the finish.