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, not to mention being shortlisted for the Specialist Wine Merchant Of The Year category of the Decanter World Wine Awards.
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New arrivals for Autumn 2015 Brand new to our list for Autumn 2015 is a selection of red and white wines from two of the very best growers in Le Loir - Domaine Gigou and Domaine des Gauletteries. Le Loir is a hidden gem of a Loire Valley sub-region, which produces some of the quirkiest and most delicious wines you've (probably) never tasted, with classic dry and sweet whites from Chenin Blanc and dry reds from the little-known Pineau d'Aunis (plus a little Gamay). Try them and be amazed!
The wines of Les Vignes de l'Arque were amongst the very first wines we ever imported. Having somehow disappeared from our list, they are now back, with a selection of dry whites and reds that are even better and more consistent than ever. Furthermore, in terms of quality/price ratio, they are pretty hard to beat.
Michel Coullomb at Domaine Saint Etienne is another grower whose wines have also featured on our list for some years now and is passionately devoted to his vines and to the art of fashioning a selection of honest-to-goodness red and white wines that speak strongly of their Southern Rhone origins.
And finally (for now at least) we have added some new selections to our discounted mixed case offers. Keep 'em peeled for many more additions between now and Christmas 2015(!)