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.
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.
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.
'A lovely weight and richness. Ripe, rounded tannins with a core of dark, juicy fruit. Signature Gironde food friendly freshness on the palate and a delightful herbaceous note on the nose. A forward-drinking Bordeaux which can be enjoyed now but with sufficient structure to age up to 10 years.' - Jonathan, Retail Manager.
The Château du Seuil Graves red wine is made from a blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc.The finished wine is aged in french oak for up to 18 month prior to bottling.
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.