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L'Orangerie de Carignan 2011 (Bordeaux, France)
Described by the estate’s owner as ‘A St Emilion in everything but price’ due to it being Merlot based and grown on a clay soil just round the corner from St Emilion & Pomerol. Although not 100% Organic the estate practices sustainable agriculture meaning that chemicals are only used in emergencies and the fertilizer is all natural.
Halves, Bottles and Magnums all available
Domaine Talmard Macon-Uchizy 2012(Burgundy, France)
The Mâconnais doesn’t always get the respect it deserves, largely because it is less than an hour's drive south of the world famous villages of Puligny-Montrachet, Meursault and Corton-Charlemagne which arguably make the greatest white wines in the world. With neighbours like that it is hard to ‘keep up with the Jones’.
Talmard’s Macon-Uchizy is an unoaked white Burgundy that is one of our top sellers: Ripe, with aromas of melon, ripe pear, lemon oil and almonds and rich noticeably yeasty flavours on the palate from extended aging on the lees (yeast that has finished fermenting) with a long finish and absolutely no oak and a lovely green apple freshness. Terrific value for this quality of winemaking.
Random facts about this wine - it is the house wine of the Gavroche in London and the Talmard family are lovely!
Louis Latour Mâcon Lugny "Les Genievres" 2011(Burgundy, France)
Louis Latour's Mâcon Lugny is perhaps one of the best known Mâcons within the UK market. What people do not always realise is that there are two levels of wine produced in this district: The 'plain' Macon-Lugny that tastes of relatively little and the single vineyard wines, like the Macon-Lugny 'Les Genevieres', which are rather more flavoursome.
This is due to Maison Louis Latour rigorously selecting grapes from the the best plots of the already well-exposed commune of Lugny which was the only village planted with Chardonnay 30 years ago due to a perfect terroir. Lugny is one of the top vineyards in southern Burgundy’s Mâconnais region. Stainless steel tank fermented and aged, this is a clean fresh wine with no oak involved.
Mâcon-Lugny “Les Genièvres” is crisp and yet still typically honeyed. The nose unveils aromas of lemon and green orchard fruit with notes of honeycomb. A clean dry, yet quite rich wine full of light lemon citrus and orchard fruits with nutty notes, it has an elegant smoothness with balanced fresh acidity and a lingering dry-almost honeyed finish. A good value quality white Burgundy that is drinking well now.
Nuovo Quadro Gavi di Gavi 2013 (Piemonte, Italy)
Gavi di Gavi is the protected term for wines produced from grapes grown in the original, superior region of Gavi. Pale yellow in appearance with aromas of ripe pineapple and pear lead to a fresh and delicate palate, with hints of pear and citrus balanced by good acidity and soft balsamic scents on the finish.
Mionetto Rosé Legatura Frizzante NV (Italy)
Mionetto is located in the heart of the Valdobbiadene Conegliano D.O.C. in the province of Treviso. The winery was founded in 1887 by Francesco Mionetto. His descendent the ebullient Sergio Mionetto is still at the forefront of Prosecco production and knows all the local growers intimately.
Dark pink in colour. This delicious rose is also Frizzante. Not technically Prosecco as its made from red grapes. However we thought it was too lovely to ignore. The lightly pressed grapes give a brilliant lively rose marasca cherry and raspberry beauty.
Guigal Côtes du Rhône 2009 (Rhone, France)
Made from 50% Syrah, 40% Grenache and 10% Mourvedre and fermented for eighteen months in oak casks. A deep and dark red wine with a nose of black fruits and spice. Full,rounded and smooth tannins, this wine is distinguished by its breadth, warmth and aromatic intensity. Good food match with sausages, meat, game and cheeses.
Guy Allion Les Parcs Pinot Noir 2011 (Loire, France)
A ripe, round and cherry pie fruit Pinot Noir with a good deal more depth than many Loire red wines.
Quite full bodied, but with gently ripe tannins and a long smokey finish. Excellent summer red.
Château Martouret 2007 (Bordeaux, France)
A 45 hectare property planted on the stony, limestone soils around the Commune of Nerigean in the Entre-Deux-Mers. The blend comprises 60% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon and 9% Cabernet Franc. The average age of the vines is 25 years. The wine is unified in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks and then receives 6 monts aging in barriques from the old family property Clos Fourtet.
Montes Alpha Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 (Chile)
Great complexity in the mouth, in mid-palate it is full bodied and balanced with a lasting persistence and a remarkable finish.
Mountadam Barossa Chardonnay 2012 (Barossa, Australia)
Australian Chardonnay continues its revival with this quietly classy example. Ripe citrus and stone fruit flavours, with a mineral edge combine with refreshing acidity and a good length on the finish to give a delicious, well-balanced wine.
Selected in Matthew Jukes' 100 Australian Wines
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