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  1. Domaine Lafage Fundacio, Cotes du Roussillon

    Intense bright garnet-red color. Spicy, ‘garrigue’ and black fruit-scented nose On the palate, the wine is rich, creamy, offering notes of pepper, dark fruit, licorice, and a hint of lavender. Smooth silky tannins and mouth-watering freshness on the finish. Fundacio is made from a selection of what Jean-Marc feels are his best, most complimentary terroirs – granite and gneiss from the village of Lesquerde, black and grey schist mixed with marl from Tautavel, Maury, and Latour-de-France. The blend is comprised of 70% Syrah with the remainder Grenache. Harvested by hand the wine is fermented partially whole cluster (33%) and by indigenous yeasts followed by aging in second-fill French oak barrels for 20 months.
  2. Whispering Angel, Magnum

    An iconic Provence rose. Fully flavoured with lovely fresh red fruits and complexity. From Grenache, Cinsault, Vermentino, Syrah and Tibouren grape varieties. A fresh and solid rosé with delicate strawberry fruit and a beautiful mineral profile. A kick of mouthwatering salinity on the finish. A supremely drinkable rosé with a recognisable Provence style.
  3. Santa duc Les Plans

    Santa Duc Les Plans is a blend of Grenache (50%), Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, it comes from grapes planted in Côtes du Rhone vineyards but has lost the right to the appellation controlee because of the Merlot and Cabernet found in its blend. This is an authentic, full-flavoured Southern Rhone wine, a touch rustic, but with real power and a certain touch of finesse.
  4. Chateau Riviere, Minervois

    With its Châteaux & Domaines Languedoc selection, Vignobles Foncalieu is embarking upon a mission to promote the South of France's winemaking heritage. This wine reveals an intense bouquet of red fruit in brandy. Full and well-balanced on the palate, it offers wonderful balance with silky tannins and a fresh finish.
  5. Torres Natureo Rose

    Torres Natureo Rose is an elegant dealcoholized blend of Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon with a fruity aroma of ripe peaches, green apples and blood orange citrus on the nose. On the palette you can taste tones of strawberry and cherry. It has a medium body and a smooth dry finish.
  6. Domaine des Bosquets, Gigondas, Southern Rhône

    "Home to the first Gigondas vines in 1376, Domaine des Bosquets is today run by brothers Laurent and Julien Bréchet with the same commitment to quality as at Château de Vaudieu. The 26 hectares of vines are up to 75 years old and lie at the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail. Julien has identified three distinct soil types at different altitudes within his vineyards: marl at 250-300 metres above sea level; sandy clay at 200-220 metres; and blue clay at 170 metres. These offer the potential for varying ripeness levels and fruit characters in the wine. All the vines are cordon-trained for the optimum exposure and ventilation of the grapes, and the fruit is hand-harvested and goes through rigorous selection. The Gigondas is a blend of different parcels and is dominated by 75% Grenache, with 20% Syrah, 3 % Mourvèdre and 2% Cinsault. It has a lift and balance, as well as a powerful fruit character. The wine is aged for 18 months in total. For 12 months it ages separately: the Syrah is aged in 228-litre oak barrels, the Grenache is aged in 600-litre barrels and the rest is aged in concrete tanks. All three are then blended and bottled six months later. The 2011 Gigondas 'Le Lieu Dit' is from a 1.3-hectare parcel at 300 metres altitude giving the wine freshness as well as ripeness. It is made of 95% Grenache and 5% Syrah and is matured for 18 months, 12 months of which was spent in French oak barrels. A complex nose of sweet blackberries, red plums, roasted provençal herbs and macerated cherries. On the palate, this is a medium to full-bodied wine, with good structure, beautiful tannins and a clean finish.
  7. Capcanes Mas Donis Old Vines, Montsant

    Dark purple. The nose is a garden of earthiness and violets. Dry, medium/full body, high acid, full tannins. It carries a slightly gritty texture in a thick mouth feel with pleasant umami notes. Big bright blackberries, undertones of blueberry and raspberry, a bit of new leather, and a long, slightly sweet, vanilla finish. The spice comes on near the end as well. Better with time after opening ... This is punching above its weight at this price point!
  8. Ermitage Costieres de Nimes Auzan Rouge, Rhone

    Château l'Ermitage was founded in the XIth Century by the hermits of Sainte Cécile d'Estagel Abbay. It is situated on the pilgrimage route of Santiago de Compostella. The estate's total surface covers 80 hectares of sunny south-facing vineyards, which benefit from the airy Mediterranean climate. Château L’Ermitage Rouge ‘Auzan’, Costières de Nîmes is a spicy, southern and characterful wine. Giving wild thyme on the nose this dark, full-bodied wine has lots of red ripe fruit, sweet liquorice and roasted coffee flavours and peppery, savoury characters from the Syrah and Mourvèdre.
  9. Château Mont-Redon Lirac Rouge, Rhone

    Lirac is situated on the right bank of the Rhône River, west of Châteauneuf-du-Pape between the towns of Orange and Avignon. Château Mont-Redon's 35 hectares of vineyards are located on a plateau with soils of sand and pebbles, similar to nearby Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Summers are dry and hot with the warm Mistral winds keeping away any humidity. The grapes are selected and hand-harvested beginning in early September. Upon arrival at the winery, they are destemmed and macerated at cool temperatures for a period of two to three weeks. Punch down of the cap is frequent to ensure maximum color and extraction. With fermentation complete, approximately 1/3 of the wine is aged for a short period in small oak barrels with the remainder remaining in large vats. The wines are then blended and aged for an additional 18 months prior to bottling. Taste of red-cherry and blackberry notes are shaded by tones of anise and forest floor in this full-bodied, Grenachedominant red. Red-currant acidity lends crispness to the midpalate, accented by fine but drying, grippy tannins on the finish.
  10. Closerie de Vaudieu Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Rhone

    Situated northeast of the town, the vineyards surround those of Château Rayas. Spread over 70 hectares the soils vary greatly, from sand to quartz (galets) and clay/limestone outcrops. This diversity of soil and exposure adds complexity to the blend, with the fruit from the sandier soils lending aromatic elegance and that from the galets giving power and intensity. The vines are over 65 years in age and the fruit gains incredible levels of concentration as a result. Deep ruby red in color, with a black cherry core. This wine has lively berry fruits on the nose, with a touch of licorice and a hint of black pepper. On the palate, it is full-bodied and the ripe tannins gently support the cherry, cassis, and herb character on the finish.
  11. M.Chapoutier Chateauneuf-du-Pape La Bernardine

    Chateauneuf-du Pape La Bernardine is part of the Chapoutier family tradition since 1808. The vinification of the three grapes, Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvedre, is carried out in the traditional way in concrete tanks following fermentation of three weeks on a high temperature to make sure that both tannin and colour are well expressed and enhanced. A complex, yet subtle nose with flavours of plum, cherry, roasted coffee and cinnamon. The palate opens up with spicy liquorice and an abundance of fruity notes.
  12. La Comarcal Delmoro, Valencia

    Wine is a collaboration of two friends, Javi Revert and Victor Marqués, who first worked together at; Celler del Roure. Mixing the ancient Bobal variety with Garnacha and Syrah. Juicy red wine with aromas of red fruits, notes of Mediterranean herbs, and spicy touches. On the palate, it is fresh and rustic, with floral notes and a slightly balsamic background on the finish.
  13. Hauts Chassis Crozes-Hermitage Les Chassis, Rhone

    Located in Crozes-Hermitage, 12 of the 17hA of Syrah vines that belong to Franck Faugier are located on the stony and sandy soils of Les Châssis. This is one of the most sought-after plots of land in all of Crozes-Hermitage. Franck farms organically to ensure the health of both soil and crops. As a result of healthy, properly ripened grapes, he makes deliciously juicy Syrah that is fresh, concentrated, and complex. The first thing you’ll notice about this Northern Rhone Syrah is the fruit – the distinct aroma of blueberries and plums along with violets. This is followed by creamy chocolate and spice. And this continues to the palate with the heady flavor of sweet, ripe plums, prunes and earth. The wine is very well balanced and structured. Integrated, with soft, silky tannin and very manageable acidity with reasonably low alcohol at 13% ABV
  14. Herdade do Esporao Monte Velho Tinto, Alentejano

    The Esporão Estate is one of the largest and oldest domains in the Alentejo region, lead by flying winemaker David Baverstock. The exceptional climatic conditions; good light, hot sun, humid Atlantic breezes from the Northwest, and the unique xistous and vulcanic soils, constitute the origins for the outstanding wines of Esporão. "Clear deep ruby colour. Berry fruit aromas with some complex subtle toasty notes. Elegant palate with good depth of fruit and a fine tannic structure." -86 points in Wine Spectator Magazine
  15. Famille Perrin Ventoux Rouge, Southern Rhone

    Famille Perrin is the owner and producer of the world-famous Chateauneuf du Pape Chateau de Beaucastel. This is one of their everyday reds from the vineyards of Ventoux in the south of the Rhone valley. The wine is soft and plush with delicious, bright, red and black fruits tinged with hints of spicy clove and black pepper. This is the sort of wine that made the Rhone popular for its great everyday reds. The nose is enticing with notes of red fruit and morello cherries. The palate has refreshing acidity and is well-balanced with juicy fruit flavors and soft, plush tannins.
  16. Les Vignobles Foncalieu Corbieres La Lumiere

    The tale of the Atelier Prestige de Foncalieu is one of a handful of producers working together to reach new heights, to strive for even greater excellence. In this sunny land in the south of France, they constantly cherish their land to stir and inspire us: artisanal work to enhance the fruit and create concentrated wines with remarkable balance and freshness. Gilles Ferrand, Fabrice Oliver, and Marceau Lacombe have worked on the vine-like sculptors – a work of art brimming over with the light typical of Corbières, a land shaped by the sun. Nose with aromas of blackcurrant liqueur and dark chocolate. Mourvèdre signs this wine with its aromas of white pepper and its minerality. Remarkable sweetness in the attack and great concentration extending on a cocoa finish. A wine like the Corbières, wild, pure, with character.
  17. Mas la Mola L Expressió del Priorat, Priorat

    L‘Expressió del Priorat is made by the team at Mas La Mola. Their aim was to produce a wine that offers the structure of classic Priorat while being ready to drink young. Most of the fruit comes from younger vines in Mas La Mola’s vineyards, which are supplemented by the two other vineyards that they manage. Farmed organically, the vines are planted on the region’s distinctive llicorella slate soils and have an average age of 20 years old. A blend of 45% Garnatxa, 45% Cariñena and 10% Syrah. Winemaker Jordi Masdeu wants to preserve the freshness of the wine, so the blend is left in stainless steel for eight months before bottling. The wine is a true expression of Priorat, powerful and seductive with blueberry and classic flinty mineral notes. It is elegant, with good concentration and a lovely freshness, a combination that makes L‘Expressió a very approachable wine that offers excellent value for money.
  18. A.A. Badenhorst Secateurs Red Blend, Swartland

    Secateurs – shape our bush vines during the winter pruning and are used to pick the ripe grapes in summer. Our family has, for the last three generations, nurtured our vines so that they can produce fruit of integrity. The aromas are perfumed, peppery, spicey, smokey, and exhibit ripe red fruit notes. As always the palate texture of this style of wine is supple, smooth on the entry but with enough grip and freshness to finish dry and refreshing. In the mouth, the texture and fineness of fruit tannin and drinkability of the wine is immediately evident. The grapes used are from our farm and from our neighbour’s excellent fruit. Most vines are mountain sloped bush vines. We maintain that high-quality fruit comes from old un-irrigated bush vines grown on a variety of granite soils that are naturally low-yielding.
  19. Trinity Hill White Label Syrah, Hawkes Bay

    Grapes are sourced from vineyards In Hawkes Bay and Gimblett Gravels, where conditions are ideal for the production of premium Syrah. With beautiful aromatics of blackberry, spice, liquorice and black pepper, this long, elegant wine has fine tannins. The wine is deliberately released at a very youthful age to maximize the beautiful perfume and fruit freshness.
  20. Le Cellier D Eole Rosabelle Rosé, Pays d Oc

    Smooth Rose with a delicate aroma. Notes of fresh strawberries at the nose. It has a light body and hints at sweet tropical aromas of grapefruit. It’s dry and acidic
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