Pascal Bouchard Les Champs Blancs Chablis, Burgundy
Classic cool climate Chardonnay. Chablis is one France’s most respected regions and wines. “91/100..an open book of lemon zestiness bedded on smooth, buffering and creamy yeast. It offers beautiful concentration and linearity.” (ANNE KREBIEHL MW. Wine Enthusiast)
Fouassier Pouilly Fumé, Loire
100% Sauvignon Blanc. The Fouassier family, who are now following organic principles, have been viticulteurs for ten generations. Classic flint aromas with intense grapefruit, lime & gooseberry fruit.
Plaimont Les Vignes Retrouvées, Saint Mont
In tribute to the ancient local grapes varieties, Les Vignes Retrouvées (the rediscovered vines) offers the purest expression of the Saint Mont terroir. Preserved over generations and central to the future of the Appellation, the traditional grapes, Gros Manseng, Arrufiac and Petit Courbu give a fresh, vibrant and aromatic wine with an explosive bouquet of citrus and stone fruit flavours.
Les Hauts de Granget Grand Cru St. Émilion, Bordeaux
“96/100. GOLD MEDAL. 85% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc. Ripe black cherry, blueberry, cedar and cinnamon on the nose. Full bodied with fine grained ripe tannins. Cabernet Franc helps to give some refreshing acidity that balances the depth of fruit concentration.” (Decanter World Wine Awards 2021)
Loron Château de Bellevue Morgon, Beaujolais
100% Gamay. Morgon produces the most richest of all the Crus of Beaujolais. Still more medium bodied than full bodied. A delicious wine. “92/100. Cellar Selection. Partly aged in wood..richly structured, spicy & packed with dense fruits. Blackberry & black-cherry flavors are sustained by generous tannins.” (ROGER VOSS, Wine Enthusiast) “91/100” (James Suckling)
Cayran Rasteau, Rhône
60% Grenache, 25% Syrah, 15% Mourvèdre
Rich and concentrated with notes of black olive, dark cherry and garrigue. Great structure with soft tannins. An excellent example of Rasteau. Serve at 17 – 18C. Try with roasted lamb, beef, duck or hard cheese