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A powerful nose of fresh sage and thyme with notes of cherry and plum. As you would expect from Chateauneuf the palate shows equal strength and depth of flavour, with firm tannins and great length.
Bright purple in the glass. A complex bouquet that evokes dark berries and fruit cake along with a subtle minerality.
Set in the heart of the Corbières region, Château Haut Gléon is a deep garnet red. An intense, complex bouquet with black fruit, mild spices and roasted coffee bean hints. Full and rounded on the palate with mellow tannins. A long, fresh finish.
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.
Gold medal winning Gigondas from Celine and Bernard Chauvet.
A brilliant deep ruby red colour with intense aromas of red fruits, pepper, spice and liquorice. It’s a full bodied and powerful wine, well balanced with a very long finish. Very rich and elegant and a must for Rhone fans.
Grenache, Mataro and Shiraz are three of the great red grape varieties that are cornerstone to the Barossa's red winemaking pedigree. A traditional style using classic Barossa grape varieties, we looked for structure and integration of flavours.
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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.