About our winesLeon Stolarski Fine Wines is a family-run company which specialises in (and in the majority of cases is the sole U.K importer of) wines from some of the best small growers in southern and central France. Our wines have received a great many enthusiastic reviews from many esteemed wine writers, including Jancis Robinson MW, Tom Cannavan, Tim Atkin MW, Neal Martin of eRobertParker.com and Jamie Goode at the WineAnorak - so much so that we were shortlisted for the Specialist Wine Merchant Of The Year category of the 2011 Decanter World Wine Awards.
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New arrivals for spring/summer 2014
Our first ever foray into Burgundy brings a quintet of stunning wines from the biodynamic Domaine Guillot-Broux in the Maconnais - a genuine source of 1er Cru-standard wines at Village wine prices - with 3 whites and 2 reds. Another biodynamic grower is Terre Inconnue in deepest Languedoc, who we have been chasing for years and have finally managed to secure a handful of extraordinarily good red cuvées. They aren't cheap - but they are amongst the finest wines in all of Languedoc. And our third new grower is Domaine Saint Sylvestre, a new estate (formerly part of the esteemed Domaine de Montcalmes), set amongst the wild, oak-covered hills of the Terrasses du Larzac, just a few kilometres from Aniane - one of the real hotbeds of quality Languedoc wine.
From Costieres de Nimes, we have a couple of new red vintages from one of our greatest discoveries in years - Terre des Chardons. In style and quality (if not price) these reds are comparable to many a top-notch Northern Rhone Syrah - they really are that good! Other additions include four new vintages from the consistently brilliant Domaine Treloar in Roussillon, seven new vintages from Domaine Gayda in south-west Languedoc and seven from Chateau Rives-Blanques in Limoux.
And finally (for now at least) we have added some new selections to our discounted mixed case offers.