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  1. Château Serres Saint Lucie, Corbières

    Packed with stewed red and black berry fruit and with a hint of spice, this is one of our best selling southern French reds. Soft and fruit driven. Fantastic value red.
  2. Domaine Bosquet, Chateuneuf-du-Pape blanc

    Full on and richly textured white showing plenty of ripe stone fruit (white peach, apricots), along with some delicate floral notes balanced out by zesty, citrus dominated finish.
  3. Les Vignobles Foncalieu, Picpoul de Pinet, Côteaux du Languedoc

    A lesser-known grape variety, this wine is light, crisp and delicate with soft citrus notes and a round finish. Picpoul de Pinet is one of those French wine appellations, and grape varieties, once discovered, is long-loved. A perfect summer wine - it's fruity & floral with refreshing acidity.
  4. Domaine Menard, Côtes de Gascogne

    An aromatic and elegant crisp wine, with notes of tropical fruit, pineapple and grapefruit.
  5. Chateau Montus 2011

    A well-polished, full-flavoured wine which is aged in a barrel for a year. With notes of black fruits, tobacco, eucalyptus, mixed spice and wild herb flavours. A powerful, linear wine with great texture.
  6. Matassa Coume de l'Olla Blanc

    Beautiful aromatic nose with pear, apple and a hint of honeycomb. Shows great freshness on the palate together with its unmistakable minerality. Complex, with ripe fruit. A skin contact white you won't forget. "Although still relatively young, Domaine Matassa is already well-established with listings in some of the best restaurants in the world. Winemaker Tom Lubbe espouses a natural approach and has mostly done away with the use of sulphur. Indigenous yeasts give the whites a somewhat funky character but this is tempered by great freshness and texture. Thanks to schist and slate soils, a mineral note runs through the wines." La Rousse.
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