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Domaine de Foltodon Les Féréoles 2015 IGP Pays d'Oc
Domaine de Foltodon Les Fereoles 2015
Vintage
2015

Region Saint-Come de Marujols, Vin de Pays d'Oc
Colour/Style Dry white - medium/full bodied
Grapes 30% Viognier, 30% Grenache Blanc, 40% Sauvignon
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Fresh or smoked fish, white meats, salads, aperitif
Next day
Still very good
Drink Now or over the next 2 or 3 years
The nose is wonderfully inviting and fresh, offering zesty soft citrus, peach and spring flower aromas, with subtle notes of garrigue herbs, fennel and wet stone. A proportion of Sauvignon Blanc is less unusual than one might think in southern white wine blends, and this wine shows just how well it can work - it adds a touch of the herbaceous, without imparting any of the variety's "extreme" elements. And it combines beautifully with the gently floral/grapey perfume and flavours of the Viognier and the more secondary/non-fruit elements of the Grenache, in a wine that adds up to more than the sum of its parts. The palate has a zesty, gently pithy citrus quality, more orange than lemon, along with a touch of peachy ripeness, a creamy texture, a modicum of grape tannin and ample acidity. All-in-all, a really charming, refreshing and flavour-filled wine - and for the money, it really is great value. Organic.
 

Price:  £11.50 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Monplezy Plaisirs Blanc 2014 Languedoc
Domaine Monplezy Plaisirs Blanc 2014
Vintage
2014

Region AOP Languedoc, from just north of Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry white, medium bodied, aged in vat
Grapes A blend of Marsanne and Roussanne
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food Fish, shellfish, chicken. Also lovely on its own.
Next day
As good, perhaps even better
Drink Over the next 2 or 3 years
Despite the fact that (at the time of writing - March 2015) this is so recently bottled, it is already nicely integrated and really rather delicious. With a clear straw/gold colour, it is zesty, but beautifully rounded, even soft, with the fruit at the orangey rather than lemony end of the spectrum, combined with peachy, spiced apple pie and floral/honeysuckle aromas and flavours, with some nutty notes putting in an appearance after time in the glass. The texture is gently oily, but the overall effect is of a really sprightly, tasty, elegant and beautifully balanced wine, with a splash of limey acidity and even a modicum of grape tannin. A lovely, quintessentially Languedoc white wine.
 

Price:  £11.30 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Turner Pageot Le Blanc 2013 Languedoc
Turner Pageot Le Blanc 2013
Vintage
2013

Region Gabian, north of Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry white - medium-full bodied, part oak-aged
Grapes 80% Roussanne, 20% Marsanne
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Chicken, fish with rich sauces, veal, cheese
Next day
Even better, after 1 or 2 days
Drink Over the next 3 to 5 years
80% Roussanne and 20% Marsanne. The former is fermented traditionally, whilst the latter sits on the skins for 15 days, resulting in what is known as an “orange wine”, which adds not only some extra colour to the wine, but also a real depth of aroma and flavour. With a nose of honeysuckle, peach/apricot, wild herbs and fennel, it really does show a lot of complexity for a wine so young. As you might expect, it is quite rich and gently oily, especially with the 'orange' aspect of the Marsanne, but there is also an underlying freshness that comes through on the palate, with a zesty/juicy lemony tang, a certain spiciness and impressive length, not to mention genuine saline minerality. It certainly isn't a glugger, but it is a brilliant food wine, which grows in the glass, and indeed get's better after 2 or 3 days. A fabulous example of how good Languedoc whites can be. Certified organic and biodynamic.
 

Price:  £12.95 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Turner Pageot La Rupture 2013 Vin de France
Turner Pageot La Rupture 2013
Vintage
2013

Region Gabian, north of Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry white - 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
Fermented and aged in 1 year-old oak barrels. As with Le Blanc (above) 20% of the grapes are given the “orange” treatment. The nose is rich and expressive, with notes of lime oil, basil, subtle floral notes and a hint of elderflower-like Sauvignon character. There's also whiff of the sea about it, reminiscent of fresh oysters. It possesses a considerably complex and structured palate, with zesty lime/citrus flavours countered by a peachy/apricotty richness and a gently oily texture, with excellent acidity, a touch of grape skin tannin and a very long, spicy finish. Another lovely wine. Certified organic and biodynamic.
 

Price:  £16.75 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Giroflet Blanc 2011 IGP Pays de l'Hérault
Giroflet Blanc 2011
Vintage
2011

Region Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry white - medium/full bodied, aged 1 year vat
Grapes Chardonnay, Viognier, Roussanne, Petit Manseng, Petit Arvine and Chenin Blanc
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Grilled red meats, game, mushroom risotto, cheese
Next day
Even better
Drink Now, or over the next 5 or more years
A field blend of Chardonnay, Marsanne, Roussanne, Viognier, Chenin Blanc, Petit Manseng, with just a few rows of each variety grown in a vineyard of 0.6 of hectare, typically producing just 1500 bottles each vintage, at around 20 hl/ha. All of the varieties are fermented together then aged for a year in vat, with no oak and little or no added SO2, with only CO2 for protection. Is it stable? Yes! Is it delicious? You bet it is! Lemon zest, apple and hints of apricot on the nose, with plenty of herbaciousness and a good deal of saline/seashell minerality and a subtle "flor" hint. And it gets better and better with air. Those sweet-sour white tree fruit and citrus fruit and herby notes are all present and correct on the palate, with a gentle nuttiness. It is delightfully tangy, initially light and airy, but with an underlying richness that comes from perfectly ripe fruit, with the merest hint of grape tannin and bucket-loads of citrussy acidity and a massive dose of stoney minerality. It really is utterly delicious - and, for the money, a quite remarkable bargain
 

Price:  £10.50 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine de Ravanès l'Ibis Blanc 2013 IGP Coteaux de Murviel
Domaine de Ravanes Ibis Blanc 2010
Vintage
2013

Region Thézan-les-Béziers, 10km north of Béziers
Colour/Style Dry white - medium/full bodied
Grapes 1/3 each of Grenache Blanc, Maccabeu and Ugni Blanc
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food Aperitif, seafood, fish, chicken, spicy oriental dishes
Next day
Even better
Drink Now, or over the next 2 to 3 years
Limpid, pale gold/straw colour, with a surprisingly complex array of fruit and herbaceous aromas - sage, oregano and crushed nettle, combined with fresh apple and peach, with hints of honey, lanolin and wood smoke. The palate is equally complex - sappy, fresh and mouth-watering, with bags of citrus and tree fruits, almost bone dry, but rounded and quite generous, with a nutty, gently honeyed texture. It also evolves considerably after time in the glass. A cracking little wine, and a real bargain. Lovely!
 

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Domaine de Ravanès Le Renard Blanc 2013 IGP Coteaux de Murviel
Domaine de Ravanes Le Renard Blanc 2013
Vintage
2013

Region Thézan-les-Béziers, 10km north of Béziers
Colour/Style Dry white - full bodied, fermented and aged 1 year in barrel
Grapes 75% Grenache Gris, 25% Maccabeu
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Fish, chicken, pork, paella, oriental dishes
Next day
Even better
Drink Now, or over the next 5 to 8 years
The estate's top white, from 75 year-old vines. A lovely bright, medium gold colour, with a fabulous nose that covers just about every base, with fruity, zesty, herby, herbaceous, spicy and mineral notes all putting in an appearance. Lime oil, quince, crushed nettles, thyme, mint, coriander and wet stone are just a few of the aromas and flavours I can pick out, in a wine of genuine subtlety and complexity. Tight and focused in the mouth, offering masses of flavour, with ample acidity and plenty of grip, courtesy of extended maceration on the grape skins, followed by a year's ageing in oak barrels. Restrained power and elegance is the order of the day, with a long, cool, minty/spicy finish. And whilst it really is a joy to drink already, I can see it gaining yet more complexity and weight over the next 3 to 5 years, possibly more. Tangy and dry, rather than rich and oily, this is a wine that is closer in style to white Burgundy or old-style Rioja than Rhone. A really cracking wine, which is good to drink now, but will also age nicely for a few years yet.
 

Price:  £15.95 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine d'Archimbaud Les IV Pierre Blanc 2014 IGP Pays du Mont Baudile
Domaine d'Archimbaud Les IV Pierre White 2014
Vintage
2014

Region Saint-Saturnin, in the foothills of the Plateau de Larzac
Colour/Style Dry white - medium bodied.
Grapes 80% Viognier, 10% Grenache Blanc, 10% Muscat
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Thai-style curry, chicken, cold cuts, fish, seafood, cheese
Next day
Still really good
Drink Drink now or over the next couple of years
Ooh, what a fabulous nose! With a heady mix of peach and apricot, melon, pink grapefruit, mandarin and apple (I kid you not - it's all in there!) with background notes of oregano, mint, nettles and honeysuckle, this really is a truly alluring wine. And the palate certainly lives up to the promise of the bouquet, offering up a complex mélange of white fruit flavours, citrus, mixed herbs and hints of licorice and spice, all tightly-knit and wrapped around a core of mouth-watering acidity. Viognier can sometimes be a bit showy and flowery, but 10% each of Grenache Blanc and Muscat add immensely to the whole - Grenache for a bit of herb and spice and "non-fruit" quality, and Muscat for a come-hither grapiness and zest. And it all adds up to a seriously delicious and more-ish wine, to enjoy as an aperitif or with food. An absolute cracker!
 

Price:  £12.79 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Saint Sylvestre Blanc 2013 Languedoc
Saint Sylvestre Blanc 2013
Vintage
2013
Region Terrasses du Larzac, 25 km north-west of Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry white - full bodied, fermented/aged in barrel 12 months
Grapes 45% Marsanne, 45% Roussanne, 10% Viognier
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Chicken, fish with rich sauces, veal, cheese
Next day
Even better
Drink Excellent now, but will age for 5 to 10 years
This is grown (fairly) high up in the hills of the Terrasses du Larzac, 30 or so km north-west of Montpellier, where the nights are a little cooler and the growing season a couple of weeks longer than further south. If anything, this is even finer and more elegant than the fabulous 2012, in a northern Rhône-meets-Burgundy sort of way. A lovely pale/medium gold colour with green glints. It has a considerably complex nose that exhibits all manner of white fruit, honeysuckle/floral and herb aromas, whilst the palate is the epitome of restrained power - peachy, appley fruit flavours, laced with honey and lemon, a gently oily texture, a modicum of grape tannin, ample acidity and just a hint of warming spice on one long finish. This really is top, top winemaking, and more than a match for more expensive Northern Rhônes. Drink now, or age for another 5 to 10 years. Lovely wine.
 

Price:  £18.50 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Saint Sylvestre Blanc 2014 Languedoc
Saint Sylvestre Blanc 2014
Vintage
2014
Region Terrasses du Larzac, 25 km north-west of Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry white - full bodied, fermented/aged in barrel 12 months
Grapes 45% Marsanne, 45% Roussanne, 10% Viognier
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Chicken, fish with rich sauces, veal, cheese
Next day
Even better
Drink Excellent now, but will age for 5 to 10 years
This is grown (fairly) high up in the hills of the Terrasses du Larzac, 30 or so km north-west of Montpellier, where the nights are a little cooler and the growing season a couple of weeks longer than further south. Fermented and aged 12 months in barrel, it exhibits a gorgeously complex nose of apples and citrus, orange blossom, spring flowers and a lick of judicious oak. The palate offers juicy peach and apple flavours, with a touch of soft citrus, a hint of peppery spice and a lightly nutty/waxy texture, with a gentle richness offset by a touch of grape tannin and fabulous acidity. A really lovely wine, and for a top Languedoc white, worth every penny.
 

Price:  £18.50 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Chateau Rives-Blanques Le Limoux 2013 Limoux
Rives-Blanques Le Limoux 2013
Vintage
2013

Region From the hills surrounding Limoux
Colour/Style Dry white, barrel-fermented, medium/full bodied
Grapes A blend of Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc and Mauzac
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food On its own, or with fish, chicken, cheese
Next day
Still very good
Drink Now or over the next 3 to 5 years
A delightful array of aromas - ripe apples, oranges, passion fruit and lime oil, with subtle notes of garrigue herbs and white pepper. There's also more than a hint of wet stone minerality, in a really quite complex and alluring wine. The palate is oh-so fresh and vibrant, with classic cool-climate apple-tinged Chardonnay fruit, married to lemony/zesty/minerally Chenin Blanc and the more herby, non-fruit character of Mauzac. And it more than equals the sum of its parts, with ripeness of fruit and mineral nervosity in equal measure, and a long, cool, gently minty finish. And before I know it...... my bottle is almost finished. What a lovely wine, which will appeal to lovers or Burgundy and Loire alike.
 

Price:  £12.79 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Chateau Rives-Blanques Odyssée 2014 Limoux
Rives-Blanques Odyssee 2014
Vintage
2014

Region From the hills surrounding Limoux
Colour/Style Dry white, barrel-fermented, medium bodied
Grapes 100% Chardonnay
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Fish with sauce, white meats, creamy pasta dishes
Next day
Even better
Drink Over the next 3 to 5 years
100% Chardonnay, fermented and aged for 6 months in oak barrels, one-third of which are new. Like the 2012 (above) the nose is crammed full of peach, orange blossom and lime oil aromas, with subtle hints of garrigue herbs, ripe apple and a judicious lick of well integrated oak. The palate is delightfully zingy and taut, courtesy of spiced apple and lemon flavours and quite intense stoney minerality, which is nicely offset by a gently creamy texture and a hint of juicy orange. This is the very antithesis of the typically rich, often intense style of Chardonnay grown in the flatter/hotter areas of Languedoc. A few hundred metres of elevation and the cooler, more temperate climate of Limoux makes all the difference, in a style more redolent of southern Burgundy. A truly elegant and more-ish wine.
 

Price:  £12.79 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Chateau Rives-Blanques Occitania 2012 Limoux
Chateau Rives-Blanques Occitania 2012
Vintage
2012

Region From the hills surrounding Limoux
Colour/Style Dry white, fermented and aged in oak barrels
Grapes 100% Mauzac
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Fish, shellfish, white meats, cold cuts
Next day
Still very good
Drink Now or up to 2017
An intriguing and rather delightful nose, combining spiced lemon, apple and raisin aromas with notes of honey, orange blossom, mixed herbs and a subtle whiff of oak - like summer in a glass! And whilst Mauzac is typically rather neutral, in terms of fruit aromas/flavours, this one has plenty on show, with bags of zesty citrus and white fruit flavours on the palate, wrapped around a core of tangy acidity, with a definite streak of stony minerality and just the merest hint of oak adding a touch of honey-like richness and texture. A really rather lovely surprise!
 

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Domaine de La Garance A Clara Blanc 2014 Vin de France
Domaine La Garance A Clara White 2014
Vintage
2014
Region From the hills above Bédarieux, northern Languedoc
Colour/Style Dry white - medium bodied, aged in vat
Grapes 100% Chardonnay
Alcohol (a.b.v)
12.0%
Food Seafood/shellfish, baked fish, spicy Asian food, aperitif
Next day
Even better on day 2
Drink Now, or over the next 2 or 3 years
Ultra-pale, bright, limpid straw colour with orange glints, with the vaguest hint of petillance on opening/pouring (courtesy of a slug of CO2 added at bottling, to keep it fresh). And fresh it certainly is - citrus and apple aromas leap from the glass, with hints of garrigue herbs, lime oil, wet stone and iodine adding some complexity. On the palate, there's an initial rush of citrus and rhubarb - really quite mouth-wateringly fresh and zingy, tightly-wound and almost tart to begin with - but after the CO2 has dissipated, it settles down and becomes more rounded and integrated. It's amazing what a good shake of the bottle and a few minutes of air does to it. Not that you lose any of that amazing acidity - if you are looking for a typically rich Languedoc Chardonnay, then you are looking in the wrong place. This is delicate, tightly-wound, tongue-tingling stuff, with a touch of genuine elegance, perhaps more in the way of a young, un-oaked Jura Chardonnay, a Jurancon Sec or even a bone-dry Riesling. Pure as spring water and chock full of steely minerality and juicy citrus, with a long, contrary, dry yet juicy finish. And just 12% abv.Yummy!
 

Price:  £11.99 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Les Vignes de l'Arque Viognier 2014 IGP Pays d'Oc
Les Vignes de l'Arque Viognier 2014
Vintage
2014

Region Pays d'Oc - west of Uzès, in the Gard
Colour/Style Dry white - medium bodied.
Grapes 100% Viognier
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food On its own, or with fish, seafood salad, or even fruit.
Next day
As good
Drink Now, or over the next 2 or 3 years

This is full of classic Viognier character - intoxicating aromas of honeysuckle, nectarine and orange blossom leap from the glass, with subtle herb, white pepper and spice notes lurking in the background. The palate is equally intoxicating, quite rich, spicy and full-on, but with bags of mouth-watering acidity and just the right level of zestiness (i.e. not too much). It isn't hugely complex (and isn't trying to be) but it packs in a *lot* of flavour and a finish that just goes on and on. I imagine it would go beautifully with spicy Thai/Malay dishes and curries, but it went equally well when we paired it with a creamy/garlicy/mushroomy pasta dish. Bargain.

 

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Les Vignes de l'Arque Cuvée Alexia 2014 IGP Pays d'Oc
Les Vignes de l'Arque Alexia 2014
Vintage
2014

Region Pays d'Oc, west of 'Uzès, in the Gard
Colour/Style Dry white - medium bodied.
Grapes A blend of Muscat a Petit Grains and Sauvignon Blanc
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food On its own, or with fish, shellfish or white meats
Next day
As good
Drink Now, or over the next couple of years

Pale(ish) yellow/gold, with green glints. On the face of it, an unusual blend, but when you look at it logically, not such strange bedfellows. And the best facets of each variety are displayed on both the nose and palate - grapey, orangey, floral notes from the Muscat combine perfectly with the grassy, herbaceous notes of the Sauvignon, in a delightfully refreshing wine. Zingy, rather than zesty, with juicy soft citrus, white peach and herb flavours, it is clean, fresh, elegant and beautifully focused, with bracing acidity and a long, cool, gently peppery finish. A lovely wine, which adds up to more than the sum of its parts - and perfect for sipping on the patio, or to pair with all manner of foods, such as white meats, fish, shellfish or even cheese. Either way, you are onto a winner!

 

Price:  £8.75 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Les Vignes de l'Arque Cuvée Amélie 2014 IGP Pays d'Oc
Les Vignes de l'Arque Cuvée Amélie 2014
Vintage
2014

Region Pays d'Oc, west of 'Uzès, in the Gard
Colour/Style Dry white - medium bodied.
Grapes 80% Chardonnay, 15% Roussanne, 5% Sauvignon Blanc
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food Fish with a creamy sauce, scallops, white meats, cheese
Next day
As good or even better
Drink Now, or over the next 2 to 3 years

The Chardonnay and Roussanne grapes are fermented and aged for a few months in oak barrels ,with the Sauvignon added at the end, to give heightened freshness. Bright mid-gold colour with green glints, the nose offers tropical fruit, fresh grape and orange aromas, with notes of honeysuckle and carefully judged oak. The palate is similarly loaded with fresh, juicy fruit flavours, with a gently oily texture, a touch of saline minerality and a hint of peppery spice. Again, the effect of the oak-ageing is subtle, enhancing rather than overpowering the fruit, whilst adding a hint of tannic structure. An unusual, yet effective blend, which is a delight to drink now, but with the potential to age and evolve for another 2 or 3 years. And at the price, absolutely cracking value for money.

 

Price:  £9.85 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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We deliver only to UK and Northern Ireland addresses. The minimum order value is £75 (plus the delivery charge). You may of course choose a mix of any wines in our range. Orders between £75 and £200: delivery charge is £7.50. Orders over £200: delivery is free! (If your order is over £200, please remember to change the delivery charge in checkout to £0.00). Please note: Delivery to non-mainland addresses (Scottish Highlands and Islands, Northern Ireland, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, etc.) is usually possible, but may not be on a next-working-day basis. It is also more expensive than delivery to mainland addresses, so will be charged at cost (for orders under £200) but with a small discount for orders over £200 - please call us for a quote.

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