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  1. Saint Cosme-Gigondas

    Such good dark fruit up front, then covered by massive chalky tannins with great density and strength of white pepper, wild raspberry, mint and tar .
    Cannot wait until this reaches its potential.

    750ml bottle

    €29.50

    Out of stock

  2. Chateau de Pibarnon Rose

    A delicate pale pink in colour. On the nose floral aromas of orange blossom and summer peach with a suggestion of strawberries and cream. Rich and complex on the palate with a dry mineral acidity leading to an elegant, honeyed finish. Great as an aperitif; even better with crostini and green olive tapenade, grilled red mullet or pork chops braised with onions and fresh tomatoes.

    750ml bottle

    €29.50

    Out of stock

  3. La Bastide du Claux - Le Claux

    La Bastide du Claux 'Le Claux' is a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre with average vine ages of 60, 40 and 80 years respectively. The wine is aged on its lees for 15 months to add richness and complexity. (the Syrah is aged in oak barrels - 228l and 700l - and the Grenache and Mourvèdre are aged in tanks). Yields are quite low: 28hl/ha. Le Claux is poised with an elegant structure and rich, almost savoury fruit.

    750ml bottle

    €29.50

  4. Chateau de Pibarnon

    Undeniably, the sun-kissed region of Bandol produces some of Provence's greatest red wines. Located just east of Marseilles and Cassis, the appellations regulations stipulate that Bandol rouge must be made with a majority of the powerful Mourvedre grape and from vines a minimum of 8 years of age. In addition, all harvesting is done by hand, with red wines undergoing a minimum of 18 months in oak before release. Rich and deep, with excellent ageing potential and tremendous character, a well seasoned Bandol is the quintessential accompaniment to one Provence's most famous delicacies, a Gigot d'Agneau (garlic studded leg of lamb). 95 points and a Highly Recommended from the Wine Spectator

    375ml half bottle

    €29.50

  5. Domaine des Enfants,Suis L'étoile

    "The 2012 Côtes Catalanes 'Suis l'étoile', which is Carignan, Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre offers loads of smoke, toast, liquorice, and cured meats to go with a core of black raspberry, cassis and kirsch-styled fruit. Full-bodied, seamless, layered and balanced, with a blockbuster finish, it will deliver the goods over the coming 7-8 years, probably longer." The Wine Advocate 2014

    750ml bottle

    €39.50

  6. Chateau de Pibarnon

    Undeniably, the sun-kissed region of Bandol produces some of Provence's greatest red wines. Located just east of Marseilles and Cassis, the appellations regulations stipulate that Bandol rouge must be made with a majority of the powerful Mourvedre grape and from vines a minimum of 8 years of age. In addition, all harvesting is done by hand, with red wines undergoing a minimum of 18 months in oak before release. Rich and deep, with excellent ageing potential and tremendous character, a well seasoned Bandol is the quintessential accompaniment to one Provence's most famous delicacies, a Gigot d'Agneau (garlic studded leg of lamb). 95 points and a Highly Recommended from the Wine Spectator

    750ml bottle

    €89.50

  7. Chateau de Pibarnon

    This is a phenomenal wine. This 2003 is deep purple, almost black, with aromas of dark raspberries and cassis. It is extraordinarily rich with stunning depth of fruit and soft supple, ripe tannins. The structure enables this to age for decades, but the balance and style of the wine will make it very approachable young. Decanted 2 hours.

    750ml bottle

    €89.50

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