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This section is devoted to bin-ends that we will offer from time-to-time - mainly older vintages from growers whose new(er) wines we have recently added. They will all still be good to drink, and some may even repay further keeping. But sometimes we just need to trim the list down a little, otherwise it becomes too unwieldy! All are offered at significant savings on the original retail prices and most are available only in very small quantities - so be quick!

Chateau Rives-Blanques Dédicace 2010 Limoux
Chateau Rives-Blanques Dedicace 2010
Vintage
2010

Region From the hills surrounding Limoux
Colour/Style Dry white, fermented and aged in oak barrels
Grapes 100% Chenin Blanc
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food Fish, shellfish, white meats, cold cuts
Next day
Still very good
Drink Now or over the next 5 years
Aged in barrels of up to 5 years old, but with 8% new. A subtle nose of spring flowers, peach, orange and herbs. Steely dry on the palate, with bags of Chenin character and minerality, and cracking lemony acidity, balanced by a judicious lick of oak. As always with fine Chenin Blanc, a night in the decanter does it no harm at all, over which time it develops further notes of wet wool, lemon curd, tangy apple and serious minerality. Complex stuff, and highly recommended.
Was £12.95. Bin-End price £9.95. 5 bottles left.

 

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Chateau Rives-Blanques Dédicace 2011 Limoux
Chateau Rives-Blanques Dedicace 2011
Vintage
2011

Region From the hills surrounding Limoux
Colour/Style Dry white, fermented and aged in oak barrels
Grapes 100% Chenin Blanc
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Fish, shellfish, white meats, cold cuts
Next day
Still very good
Drink Now or over the next 5 years
Aged in barrels of up to 5 years old, but with 8% new. A subtle nose of spring flowers, peach, orange and herbs. Steely dry on the palate, with bags of Chenin character and minerality, and cracking lemony acidity, balanced by a judicious lick of oak. As always with fine Chenin Blanc, a night in the decanter does it no harm at all, over which time it develops further notes of wet wool, lemon curd, tangy apple and serious minerality. Complex stuff, and highly recommended.
Was £12.95. Bin-End price £10.99. 9 bottles left.

 

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Domaine Turner Pageot La Rupture 2012 Vin de France
Turner Pageot La Rupture 2012
Vintage
2012

Region Gabian, north of Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry white - medium to full bodied
Grapes 100% Sauvignon Blanc
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Fish with rich sauces, shellfish, cold cuts and salads
Next day
Still fine
Drink Over the next 3 to 5 years
As with Le Blanc (above) 20% of the grapes are given the “orange” treatment. The nose is rich and apricotty, with notes of lime oil, orange marmalade, basil, flowers and a whiff of beautifully judged oak. It leads you to expect a rather muscular wine, but the reality is quite the opposite – it is a considerably complex wine, chock full of delicate white fruit and floral flavours, apple, pink grapefruit and soft citrus, with a really fine, minerally structure and wonderfully prickly acidity. In a blind tasting, not many would guess it as Sauvignon, but who cares when the wine is this good. A really brilliant, quirky and utterly delicious wine. Certified organic and biodynamic.
Was £17.50. Bin-End price £14.50. More than a dozen bottles left.

 

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Domaine Mas de Lavail Le Sud 2012 IGP Côtes Catalanes
Mas de Lavail Le Sud 2012
Vintage
2012
Region VDP des Côtes Catalanes, Maury, west of Perpignan
Colour/Style Dry white - full bodied. Aged in oak barrels for 12 months
Grapes A blend of Grenache Blanc and Grenache Gris
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.5%
Food Fish, chicken, goose/duck, spicy oriental dishes, cheese
Next day
Holds up very well overnight
Drink Over the next 5 to 8 years
Ultra-pale watery gold colour. Intensely aromatic and floral, with notes of honeysuckle, pine and orange blossom, with subtle notes of lemon zest/oil and wet stone. A mix of both soft and tart citrus on the palate, with apple pie, mixed spice and hints of white pepper and star anise. Essentially rich, honeyed and nutty, it is very pure and focused, with plenty of acidity and a perception of stoney minerality, which kicks in at the end and lingers for a good while on the finish. That said, this is a robust, quite muscular wine, which would not appeal to those who like their white wines light, airy and delicate. But if you like your white wines rich, powerful and nutty/spicy, then you will love this. It will age nicely, too.
Was £13.50. Bin-End price £11.50. 12 bottles left.

 

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Domaine Saint Etienne Les Albizzias Blanc 2011 Côtes du Rhône
Domaine Saint Etienne Les Albizzias White 2011
Vintage
2011
Region Côtes du Rhône, south-west of Avignon
Colour/Style Dry white - medium bodied.
Grapes Grenache Blanc, Clairette, Bourboulenc, Roussanne, Marsanne and Viognier
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Aperitif, fish, shellfish, white meats, goat's cheese
Next day
Even better
Drink Now, or over the next 2 to 3 years
A medium straw/gold colour, with aromas of spring flowers, herbs de Provence and ripe white tree fruits. Fresh, juicy and zesty, with tart apple and peach flavours and bags of lemony acidity. A gentle buttery texture and a dash of spice adds, depth and richness, whilst the finish is cool and almost minty. This is really good, honest, textbook white Côtes du Rhône.
Was £9.50. Bin-End price £7.75. 1 bottle left.

 

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Minna Vineyard Blanc 2008 Vin de Pays des Bouches du Rhône
Minna Vineyard White 2008
Vintage
2008

Region Southern Provence - between Salon and Aix
Colour/Style Dry white - fermented/aged in oak barrels and steel vats
Grapes 45% Vermentino, 26% Roussanne, 29% Marsanne
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Smoked salmon, shellfish, chicken, cheese
Next day
Even better - benefits from a night in the decanter
Drink Can be drunk now, but will age for a further 5 years
The nose is beautifully high-toned, prickly, fruity, lemon/limey, with an abundance of fresh herbs on the nose, a hint of granny smith and clove, orange pith and a whole load of minerality. Beautifully light on the palate, too, but no less flavoursome - delicious flavours of herb and spice-infused apple, peach and soft citrus abound, with wonderful grip, succulent acidity and no sign of the pithy, slightly bitter flavours that can often be found in Provencal/southern Rhone whites. It really is gloriously fresh, fruity, herby and - once again - winey. The finish is tangy and mouth-watering and keeps you coming back for more. Furthermore, it really does benefit from a night in the decanter, becoming richer and more complex with plenty of air. Delicious, but will it age? I think so, but whether you want to drink it now, or keep it for a few years, you are onto a winner!
Gault & Millau - "What freshness..... wonderful wine, of an easy nature, although powerful. 17/20."
Was £17.80. Bin-End price £14.95. More than a dozen bottles left.
 

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Domaine La Combe Blanche Why Not? Pinot Noir 2011 IGP Côtes du Brian
Combe Blanche Why Not? Pinot Noir 2011
Vintage
2011
Region Côtes du Brian, in the Minervois
Colour/Style Dry red - full-bodied.
Grapes 100% Pinot Noir
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Red or white meats, pizza, pasta
Next day
As good
Drink Now, or over the next 3 to 5 years
Medium-deep red colour with aromas of summer fruits and soft citrus, hints of forest floor, leather and soft spices and remarkably fresh and high-toned. This is in my opinion the best Pinot Noir that Guy Vanlancker has fashioned in years - balanced and fresh on the palate, with lots of red cherry and raspberry fruit flavours, a subtle spiciness, easy tannins and a refreshing backbone of juicy acidity, yet with plenty of southern charm and warmth and a delightful sweet and sour finish. And it is drinking beautifully already.
Was £8.95. Bin-End price £7.50. More than 12 bottles left.

 

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Domaine de Foltodon Sancti Cosmae 2011 IGP Pays d'Oc
Domaine de Foltodon Sancti Cosmae 2011
Vintage
2011

Region Saint-Come de Marujols, Vin de Pays d'Oc
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied
Grapes 90% Syrah, 10% Mourvedre - partly oak-aged
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Roasted red meats, hearty stews, cheeses.
Next day
Still very good, perhaps even more so
Drink Now or over the next 5 years
A bright but deep, semi-translucent carmine/cherry red colour. Fresh out of the bottle, a mix of tar and roses is the first impression, followed by a riot of bramble and cherries in kirsch, dried orange peel and mixed spice. And despite the fact that one-third of the blend is aged for 10 months in new oak barrels and a further third in 1 year-old barrels (with the remainder aged in vat) the oak nuances are really very subtle and beautifully integrated. In fact, this is a wine full of fruit and spicy southern charm. The palate is fresh and vibrant, with more in the way of super-ripe raspberry and strawberry flavours, contrasted by a deliciously tangy sour cherry quality, with excellent concentration, just the right amount of tannic grip and bags of juicy acidity. After plenty of air (or better still, a night in the decanter) it develops some earthy and meaty/savoury aromas and flavours, whilst still exhibiting all of that wonderfully fresh fruit. A bit of a bargain, this - a really substantial and even quite serious wine, from yields of just 22 hl/ha - and whilst great to drink now, it certainly has the structure to evolve nicely for a good few years.
Was £11.50. Bin-End price £8.75. More than a dozen bottles left.

 

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Domaine d'Archimbaud La Robe du Pourpre 2010 Languedoc Saint-Saturnin
Domaine d'Archimbaud Robe du Pourpre 2010
Vintage
2010
Region Saint-Saturnin, some way north-west of Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - medium bodied, aged in barrel for 11 months
Grapes 50% Syrah, 30% Grenache, 10% Mourvedre, 10% Carignan
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Grilled or roasted red meats, game, charcuterie
Next day
Even better
Drink Now, or over the next 5 to 10 years
One thing I have learned about the wines of Domaine d'Archimbaud is that they are never over-extracted or over-ripe. Elegance is the order of the day, and this one is a prime example. Bucket-loads of ripe, elegant red and black fruit aromas combine with notes of tobacco, cedar and spice, with an attractive meaty/spicy/herby quality. On the palate, the oak is already beginning to integrate, especially with air, whilst the bright, fresh, gently jammy fruit combines with elegant tannins and super acidity. It is nicely grippy and sweet-sour on the long finish. Lovely now, but with great promise for the medium-to-long term.
Was £14.99 - Bin-End price £12.95. 14 bottles left.

 

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Domaine de La Marfée Les Champs Murmurés 2007 Languedoc Saint Georges d'Orques
Domaine de La Marfee Les Champs Murmures 2007 table
Vintage
2007

Region Saint Georges d'Orques, west of Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - medium-to-full bodied
Grapes Syrah and Mourvedre from very old vines
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Rib of beef, rich stews, game
Next day
Not yet tested
Drink Now, or over the next 5 to 10 years
Deep purple at the core, with a narrow ruby rim. This wine has a truly compelling nose, with dark fruits galore, mixed with herbs and spices, tobacco and polished wood. This is probably the most backward of all the Marfée reds, but may also be the most complex and complete. It is so tightly-knit and "together", with dark fruits, herbs and spices combining beautifully into a fruity, savoury whole. It is perhaps a touch closed, when compared to Les Vignes Qu'On Abat, but oh-so complex. Like the other wines in the Marfée range, it is medium-to-full, rather than being a heavyweight and - even at this early stage in its development - there is a good deal of elegance. This wine is going to age beautifully, over many years. A stunner of a wine.
Was £24.95. Bin-End price £21.95. 4 bottles left
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Domaine de La Marfée Les Champs Murmurés 2009 Languedoc Saint Georges d'Orques
Domaine de La Marfee Les Champs Murmures 2009
Vintage
2009

Region Saint Georges d'Orques, west of Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - medium-to-full bodied
Grapes Syrah and Mourvedre from very old vines
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Rib of beef, rich stews, game
Next day
As good, if not better
Drink Now, or over the next 10-plus years
Deep purple at the core, with a narrow ruby rim. This wine has a truly compelling nose, with dark fruits galore, mixed with herbs and spices, tobacco and polished wood. This is probably the most backward of all the Marfée reds, but may also be the most complex and complete. It is so tightly-knit and "together", with dark fruits, herbs and spices combining beautifully into a fruity, savoury whole. It is perhaps a touch closed, when compared to Les Vignes Qu'On Abat, but oh-so complex. Like the other wines in the Marfée range, it is medium-to-full, rather than being a heavyweight and - even at this early stage in its development - there is a good deal of elegance. This wine is going to age beautifully, over many years.
Was £24.95. Bin-End price 21.95. 11 bottles left.

 

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Domaine de Ravanès Petit Verdot 2010 IGP Coteaux de Murviel
Domaine de Ravanes Petit Verdot 2010
Vintage
2010

Region Thézan-les-Béziers, 10km north of Béziers
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied, aged 16 months in tanks (no oak)
Grapes 100% Petit Verdot
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Red meats, cheese, vegetable or mushroom dishes
Next day
Even better
Drink Now, or over the next 3 to 5 years
A very classy nose - leather, meat, tobacco, citrus and a whole load of black cherry, blackcurrant, bramble, forest floor and kirsch. On the palate, it has real tannic grip, but is ever so fruity, with dark, herb-infused fruits and citrus combining beautifully in a wine of real freshness and verve. And despite the fact that it is aged exclusively in vats (i.e. no oak influence) it has real complexity, with hints of tobacco and dark chocolate and a long, peppery finish. Ripe but not overtly rich, generous but beautifully balanced.
Was £11.95. Bin-End price £9.95. 1 bottle left.

 

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Chateau d'Estoublon Cuvée Mogador 2008 Les Baux de Provence
Chateau d'Estoublon Mogador 2008
Vintage
2008

Region Provence - Fontvieille, on the southern edge of the Alpilles
Colour/Style Dry red, full bodied. Aged 18 months in new oak barriques
Grapes 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Syrah, 20% Mourvedre
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.9%
Food Venison and other game, beef, mushroom risotto
Next day
Fabulous!
Drink Can be drunk now, but will age for another 10+ years
The colour is a fairly opaque deep blood red, with a narrow ruby rim. The nose exudes class - indeed, it is quite beguiling, with heady black fruit aromas, a touch of meat, polished wood, garrigue herbs and incense. As you might expect with such a young wine, it is quite big on the palate, but it certainly isn't foursquare. The tannins are present, though undoubtedly very fine - in a slightly dusty, chocolatey fashion - whilst the core of rich, ripe, almost sweet bramble and blackcurrant fruit really is impressive, though there is a bitter cherry quality to it that keeps it fresh, in a sweet and sour sort of way. There is a certain amount of oak influence, not charred or toasty, but rather more in the way of old polished mahogany - integrated, subtle and beautifully aromatic. Again, it is ever-so-slightly savoury, herby, even meaty, whilst the mouth-watering acidity provides a perfect foil for the sweet fruit and the tannins - so much so that it is almost drinkable now. Then again, this is a wine built for the long haul and I would say it has at least a decade of evolution ahead of it. A completely magnificent wine.
Was £39.99. Bin-End price £34.99. 4 bottles left.

 

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Minna Vineyard Rouge 2006 Vin de Pays des Bouches du Rhône
Minna Vineyard Red 2006
Vintage
2006

Region Southern Provence - between Salon and Aix
Colour/Style Dry red - aged 2 years in oak barrels
Grapes 46% Syrah, 42% Cabernet Sauvignon, 12% Mourvedre
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.5%
Food Red meats, game, rich casseroles
Next day
As good, or even better
Drink Approachable now, but will age for 10+ years
A youthful medium-deep red/purple colour, with a narrow rim. The nose is crammed full of bramble, cassis, black cherry and dried fig aromas. At the other end of the spectrum, we have violets, mixed herbs, spices and polished wood. There's a gentle yeastiness too, with subtle hints of iodine and warm eau de vie. It is certainly complex stuff! It is equally impressive on entry, with intense red and black fruit flavours, rich but not sweet, with cracking acidity. The tannins are vigourous and quite grippy, but succulent rather than drying, and combined with all of that fruit and heightened acidity, it grips the bottom of your mouth and the back palate, rather than the sides. Indeed, it is really rather refreshing and mouth-watering, for a relatively young wine, which carresses rather than assaults the senses. And oh, that nose! Drink now, or let it age and evolve for at least another 10 years.
Gault & Millau - "A wonder of velvety and racy tenderness. 18.5/20".
Was £17.80. Bin-End price £14.95. 13 bottles left.

 

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Domaine Treloar MO2 N/V Vin de France (50cl)
Treloar MO2 2009
Vintage
Strictly speaking, non-vintage, but made from grapes from the 2009 harvest

Region Trouillas, south-west of Perpignan
Colour/Style White, almost dry, lightly fortified
Grapes 100% Muscat à Petit Grains
Alcohol (a.b.v)
15.0%
Food Aperitif, foie gras, patés, cheeses
Next day
Stays fresh for many days after opening
Drink Anytime over the next 5 to 50 years!
Described by winemaker Jon Hesford as "fermented in the presence of oxygen until dry, fortified with grape spirit and aged in a 2 year-old oak barrel with headspace, out in the sun". Basically, it was a batch of Muscat that "went wrong" (i.e. oxidised - hence the name) due to a technical fault with a grape press. Instead of sending the resulting juice to be distilled, Jon decided to experiment. The result is a wine that to all intents and purposes looks and smells like a slightly nutty (in both senses of the word) Muscat de Rivesaltes, a deep-ish orange/gold colour with orange marmalade and solera/flor-like notes, classic Muscat grapiness, a touch of honey, perhaps even a hint of digestive biscuit and a subtle herbiness. And whilst your nose prepares you for a sweet wine, the palate is very definitely almost dry, with only the fortifying grape spirit contributing a perception of "off-dryness". Conversely, the texture is quite rich and unctious, coating the mouth with delicious grapey, marmaladey, buttery/biscuity and nutty flavours, yet remaining steadfastly refreshing and distinctly tangy. This really is a wine for contemplation ,and the length, by the way, is immense - unlike Parker, I'm not one to put the stopwatch on, but we're talking minutes, rather than seconds. I could try and categorise it, but that would be unfair to a wine that is - albeit by accident, rather than design - pretty unique. In short, it is completely and utterly lovely.
Was £16.25. Bin-End price £13.50. 2 (50cl) bottles left.

 

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Domaine d'Archimbaud Vendanges d'Automne 2007 Vin de Table de France (50cl)
Domaine d'Archimbaud Vendanges d'Automne 2007 table
Vintage
2007

Region Saint-Saturnin de Lucian, Terrasses du Larzac 
Colour/Style Sweet white dessert - full bodied. Late harvested.
Grapes 100% Bourboulenc
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Sweet puddings, fruit, soft cheese, foie gras
Next day
How about next month?! Lasts for weeks in the fridge
Drink Now to 2018
The label says "Mout de raisins partiellement fermenté - Issue de raisins passerillés". Which basically means a wine from grapes harvested very late in the season (and therefore partially raisined on the vine). There is no AOC for such wines in Languedoc, hence the simple Vin de Table denomination. No vintage is allowed on the label, but this is from the 2007 vintage. It is fashioned from 100% Bourboulenc, a grape also occasionally known as Malvoisie. This wine is a rich, shiny 24-carat gold colour with orange tinges. The nose offers aromas of bonfire toffee, candied orange peel, marzipan, fig, honeysuckle and rose, whilst the palate has flavours of autumn fruits, preserved citrus, root ginger and toffee apple, with hints of clove and cinnamon. Although lovely when first opened, it actually gets better and better after as much as a week or two, as the underlying acidity begins to integrate with the inherent sweetness. So take as long as you possibly can to finish the bottle - if you can resist - and you will be richly rewarded. A lovely wine.
Was £14.95 - Bin-End price £11.95. More than a dozen (50cl) bottles left.

 

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Domaine Piétri-Géraud Banyuls Blanc 2010
Pietri-Geraud Banyuls Blanc 2010
Vintage
2010

Region Banyuls - by the Mediterranean, near the Spanish border
Colour/Style Full-bodied fortified white, aged 1 year in new oak barrels
Grapes 100% Grenache Blanc
Alcohol (a.b.v)
16.0%
Food Cheeses, patés, fresh fruit, creme brulée, fruit puddings
Next day
Lasts for weeks after opening
Drink Excellent now, or will age for up to years(!)
A luscious yet delicate sweet wine, with 118 g/l of residual sugar and very lightly fortified, this has a medium gold colour - no deeper than a rich dry white. The nose offers notes of honey, apricot, orange blossom, lime oil and toasted almonds, with subtle hints of nettles, celery and garrigue herbs. Even after ageing for a year in new oak barrles, there is only the merest hint of an oak aroma. The entry is rich and honeyed, wit a gently oily texture ,with orange and apricot flavours and a delightfully spicy edge, redolent of fresh root ginger, cinnamon and clove. And then, all of a sudden, a burst of vibrant acidity appears as if from nowhere, and carries the wine all the way to a long, tangy finish. This is a really elegant wine, and not at all heavy - in fact, it is deceptively light and refreshing, as well as gorgeously sweet!
Was £18.79. Bin-End price £15.50. 5 bottles left.

 

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