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
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!
Mâcon-Villages Wine in white gold dress with green hues, shiny and soft. On the nose, the aromas suggest broom, white rose, acacia, honeysuckle, fern, verbena, lemongrass, citrus. Pine, quince and fennel appear at the end of the mouth.
It is a fresh and easy-drinking wine, dry but very fruity. It has a good concentration, nuanced by a slight acidity. It can be kept for 2 to 4 years.
Château du Seuil Graves white wine is a blend of approximately 70% of the Semillon variety and 30% Sauvignon Blanc, The Semillon is partially fermented in new French oak barrels using the OXOLINE system and bottled 6-9 months after the harvest. It is a wine that will develop interesting flavours with bottle age and will keep for up to 10 years. The wine is of an appealing golden colour, has a fresh aromatic bouquet, is full and fruity with a long aftertaste.
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.
This sparkling wine is made from 100% Semillon grapes and is made using the same methods as Champagne.
Fresh citrus fruit on the nose mingles with baked pear and red apples. The palate has a soft fruity appeal, making it incredibly drinkable as an aperitif.
Sancerre sets the world’s benchmark for Sauvignon Blanc and this sixth generation family estate produces wine thoroughly deserving of the term ‘classic’. Beautifully balanced with ripe citrus notes and hallmark mineral freshness, it’s ideally suited to seafood, or recipes featuring goat’s cheese or asparagus.
The vineyards are planted exclusively with Chardonnay and produce dry white wines, clear, bright and light. Domaine bottled, this is an elegant dry white with aromas of ripe fruit and a full body giving a classic finish, perfect with smoked salmon or oysters.
A fine, subtle and open bouquet with notes of ripe fruits and floral tones. Rich on the palate, this is a rounded and well-balanced wine, absolutely delicious.
Château Padouën, based in Barsac, has a good 3 hectare site in Sauternes situated on a clay-gravel rise and surrounded by the great growths.
Padouën create a rich, concentrated, golden-coloured Sauternes that has notes of honey, dried apricots and almonds with some tangy acidity to add balance.
Characteristic pale golden colour. A seductive mineral nose with some white flower notes. Medium bodied with crisp acidity and good minerality, ending with a fruity citrus finish. A classic white Burgundy offering great value.
Set in the heart of the Corbières region, Château Haut Gléon has a nose of ripe fruit (quince jelly and dried fruit) accented with hints of flowers (honeysuckle, acacia) and spices (vanilla, cinnamon). Soft, rich mouth with spicy flavours. Good length and intense aromatic finish.
Bright gold with white fruit, flowers, citrus notes and toasty complexity. Fresh flavours of stone fruis with grapefruit freshness. Perfect with grilled scallops with orange beurre blanc, poultry with creamy sauce, or soft cheeses.