The world of wine is incredibly diverse; there has never been better quality or so much choice. from humble Pays d'Oc table wines, to the finest Pinot Noir from Burgundy and Central Otago. You'll find our range of wines fits every budget from £5.99 bottle to the finest wines made in the world today. Fine Wines Direct UK is particularly proud of our Rioja range. We also have a large cellar of Bordeaux from 1982 onwards. You can buy online with confidence, if you cannot find what you are searching here, please call us on 029 2078 7500.
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.
Intense cherry colour with orange hues in the glass. Aromas of stewed red fruits, fig, raisins and vanilla. A rich and full palate with great structure. Elegant and well balanced.
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.
A beautiful deep garnet and red colour in the glass. The wine has a strong and complex nose of black berries and spice notes. A Fleshy palate with flavours similar to the ones found on the nose. A mature, full-bodied and well balance wine.
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.
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.
Le Lien tells the happy tale of the family ties between Luc Torrecilla and his son Romain. Le Lien is their treasure, handed down from father to son to ensure that their precious know-how is never lost.
This wine is intense and well structured with impressive freshness and body. Wonderful length with soft, rounded tannins and a superb overall balance.
La Lumière is the story of Gilles Ferrand, Fabrice Oliver and Marceau Lacombe who work on their wines like the sculptor shaping a work of art. A work of art revealed by the light of the sun-drenched Corbières.
A wine in the image of the Corbières, untamed, pure and full of character. Powerful on the palate, developing toasted, spicy flavours combined with a mocha note.
Attractive dark colour with brick red on the rim. On the nose there are notes of spices, cedar, blackberries and chocolate, all of which combine to give great complexity. Intense and exquistely soft flavours on the palate balance with soft tannins and refreshing acidity'Almost overripe aromas of prune and raisin are at the fore on the nose.
A full, chewy palate shows big tannins and roasted, earthy flavors of olive, spice cake and berry fruits. Assertive tannins linger through the finish, with flavors of licorice, herbs and chocolate. Drink through 2022.' - 91 Point, Wine Enthusiast (2010 Vintage).
Pale yellow in color with a touch of green in the glass. The bouquet has hints of French oak, orange blossom, white peach, lemon zest and hazelnut praline. The palate is full with a medley of citrus fruit, balanced acidity and well integrated oak
Awarded White wine of the year by Platters.
91 Points by tim Atkin UK Master of Wine
Aromas of red fruits such as wild strawberry and black cherry combined with spice. The palate follows the same theme and shows red cherries, blueberry, hints of liquorice and a long, smooth finish. Enjoy now to 2020.
Inviting nose of citrus and bright minerality, together with discreet vanilla notes. Opens into a palate of grapefruit, wet stone and a hint of vanilla cream. This wine continue to benefit from bottle age, drink now to 2020.
A fine and delicate Chablis with aromas of white flowers such as acacia and hawthorn, along with ripe white peach. The palate is full and beautifully weighted exhibiting more fruit and well balanced minerality.