The Range

 
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GAMAY

BEAUJOLAIS villages

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FLAVOUR

Full of flavours of cherries, with gentle layers of blueberries.

Deep purple in colour, a delicate and juicy Beaujolais Villages that brims with cherry and blueberry.

ABV 13%

GOES WITH

Charcuterie boards of meats and cheeses, chicken, and lightly spiced dishes.

TOP TIP

Pop it in the fridge just before serving to really bring out the juicy fruity flavours.

DID YOU KNOW?

Gamay originated in Cote d’Or in the 14th century but was banned by the ruling Duke, who didn’t trust its unfamiliar taste. The vines were moved south to Beaujolais, where the grapes ripen better with the increased levels of sunlight.

 
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ROSÉ

bordeaux

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FLAVOUR

Notes of fresh strawberry with hints of cherry blossom.

Fête des Flaveurs Bordeaux Rosé is made in a southern French style - a delicate pale pink, with subtle summer fruit aromas, but just a touch richer than a warmer climate coastal rosé.

ABV 12.5%

 

GOES WITH

Chicken kebabs, grilled halloumi and barbecued fish. Or, enjoy on its own in the sunshine!

DID YOU KNOW?

Historically, Bordeaux used to make dark rosé but in more recent years, lighter, delicate and fresh styles have become the fashion here. 

 
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PIQUEPOUL

picpoul de pinet

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FLAVOUR

Packed with flavours of lime and delicate hints of lemon blossom.

In the Languedoc, Picpoul is also known as ‘lip-stinger’ due to its naturally mouth-puckering tang. Savour the crisp and refreshing citrus flavours, with delicate lime blossom. The mineral finish takes you straight to the coastline of the South of France.

ABV 13%

 

GOES WITH

Fresh or grilled seafood, charcuterie, and roasted vegetables.

DID YOU KNOW?

Picpoul de Pinet comes in a unique, sleek green bottle called a ‘Neptune’. You’ll find three symbols on the glass: the waves of the sea; the cross of its Languedoc-Roussillon home; and columns which are a nod to Roman Doric columns.

 
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MERLOT

bordeaux

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FLAVOUR

Flavours and aromas of plums, with lingering notes of chocolate.
Generous plum fruit overlaid with notes of chocolate makes this an ineffably easy-to-drink Merlot, with notes of vanilla and spice from ageing in oak.

ABV 13%

GOES WITH

Steak, roasted lamb, and nut roasts.

DID YOU KNOW?

The word ‘Merlot’ comes from the French word for blackbird, ‘merle’ - the wine’s colour is said to resemble the blue-black hue of the bird’s feathers.

 
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ROSÉ

touraine

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FLAVOUR

Refreshing flavours of summer fruits with delicate notes of raspberry.
Laced with delicate redcurrant aromas and a slight mineral twist, this is a rosé to enjoy all summer long!

ABV 13%

GOES WITH

Vegetable stir-fry dishes, salads, and mezze plates.

DID YOU KNOW?

A blend of Gamay and Cabernet Franc grapes create Touraine Rosé. These red grape varieties thrive in the region’s relatively cool climate to create a beautifully pale rosé. 

 
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SAUVIGNON BLANC

touraine

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FLAVOUR

Rich aromas of citrus peel with a touch of elderflower.

A refreshing, elegant and aromatic Sauvignon Blanc that reflects the cool climate of Touraine, with crisp lemon and apple flavours, and subtle notes of elderflower and citrus peel.

ABV 12.5%

 

GOES WITH

Tangy goats’ cheeses, guacamole dips and any kind of seafood.

DID YOU KNOW?

Sauvignon Blanc originated in the Loire Valley. Its name comes from the French word ‘Sauvage’, meaning ‘wild’. 

 
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SAUVIGNON BLANC

bordeaux

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FLAVOUR

Delicate flavours and aromas of lemon, with a hint of citrus zing.

A Sauvignon Blanc that treads the middle ground of zesty aromatics with layers of elegant freshness. Citrus fruits delight, with the herbal and grassy style that French Sauvignon is known for.

ABV 12.5%

 

GOES WITH

Fish with buttery sauces, light pasta dishes, chicken, or shellfish salads.

DID YOU KNOW?

Sauvignon Blanc was the first grape variety planted in Bordeaux – historical records show it dating all the way back to 1736.