Les Argelieres Pinot Noir (Languedoc-Roussillon) 2017
Les Argelieres is a range of modern, fruity varietal wines from the Languedoc. The Pinot Noir is a soft, fruity red with a silky palate.
£9.45 per bottle
Chateau Paran Justice Grand Cru St Emilion (Bordeaux) 2015
Situated in Saint Etienne de Lisse, at the bottom of the slopes down to Château de Pressac. This wine has plenty of dense and plumy fruit. Juicy and attractive with a fresh core. It is complete and long in the mouth with the oak well integrated on the finish. 83% Merlot & 17% Cabernet Franc. The bouquet is very expressive with scents of black fruits, herbs and spicy aromas. On the palate, smooth with fine spice.
£23.45 per bottle
Brunel La Gardine Cotes du Rhone 2016/2017
A baby Chateauneuf du Pape is the easiest way to describe this wine. It comes in a beautiful "mouthblown" shaped bottle and represents a tremendous value for money.
£15.55 per bottle
AB+ Alicante Bouschet (South Of France) 2015/2017
A small dash of Grenache has been added to give balance and warmth. This ripe and attractive red shows deep purple hue, with an aromatic and powerful nose of crushed and mulled black fruits, cherry and a twist of spice.
£10.95 per bottle
Chateau Belair (Bordeaux) 2015/2016
Deep and bright in colour, with pleasant aromas of ripe red berries. On the palate it is smooth and silky with well-balanced tannins. The finish is long and lingering.
£11.35 per bottle
Paul Mas Le Forge Mouvedre (Languedoc) 2016
Red-garnet with purple tints. Complex with black berries aromas and spices. Black berries and spicy flavours, good ripeness. Round final with generous tannins.
£13.45 per bottle
Chateau Fabre Corbieres (Languedoc - Corbieres) 2016/2017
Since 1771 the Fabre family have been owners of Château Fabre in the heart of the Corbières region of the Languedoc. The present owner, Louis Fabre, continues the ancient tradition and brings his own talents to the estate blend of classic varieties of Carignon, Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre. The wine is concentrated with the fragrance of wild herbs and red fruits on the nose, lots of dark berry fruits and woodland hints on the palate, backed by subtle oaky spice and soft ripe tannins.
£14.15 per bottle
Domaine Agape Helios Pinot Noir (Riquewhir) 2014
A light ruby colour with violet hints, this is an elegant and light Pinot Noir. The nose is restrained with delicate notes of raspberries, red cherries and hints of blackcurrants. The palate is dry with flavours of red fruits with savoury notes of herbs, earth and undertones of coffee. Present, but well integrated tannins compliment the body of the wine and a long length with fresh acidity makes this wine feel sophisticated and refined.
£27.65 per bottle
Clos Cibonne Cotes de Provence Rouge "Tentations" (Provence) 2016
Invitingly dark and rich, with soft tannins, aromas redolent of Provence: dark berry fruit (blackcurrants and blackberries), spice and garrigue herbs.
£20.85 per bottle
Clos Cibonne Tradition Tibouren Cotes de Provence Cru Classe (Provence) 2017
A bright ruby-red colour, with even brighter red fruit aroma and an enormous hit of black pepper that immediately brings to mind the red wines of the northern Rhône valley. It’s silky, elegant and delicious on the palate. No wonder they call this their “baby Cornas” at Clos Cibonne!
£26.95 per bottle
Richelieu G.C.M. Red (Pays d'Hérault) 2017
A plummy, soft, juicy, smooth, medium bodied red wine from the South of France. Blackberry, plum and violet notes on the nose and the palate with a spicy finish. Easy drinking and pairs nicely with any meat dish and all cheeses.
£6.95 per bottle
Le Boules Rouge (Languedoc-Roussillon) 2017/2018
A beautifully balanced wine, this has the refreshing zing of good Beaujolais allied to the chunkiness of a southern French blend.
£9.95 per bottle
Château du Vieux Parc La Selection Corbières (Languedoc) 2015
Deep garnet colour, with a scents of ripe berries and garrigue hints. The taste is young, rich and well balanced, with small hints of vanilla and spices, beautiful tannins unctuous and delicate.
£18.35 per bottle
Chateau d'Aydie Ode d'Aydie Madiran (South West France) 2015
Very aromatic both on the nose and the palate: toasted notes mingle with blueberry and blackberry. Round and supple on the palate, this wine has a long finish with fruity notes. Smooth and expressive it will easily age from 8 to 10 years in bottle.
£15.85 per bottle
Chateau du Grand Barrail Cuvèe Prestige Denis Lafon Cotes du Blaye (Bordeaux) 2014/2015
80% Merlot, 20% Cabernet sauvignon. A limpid red ruby colour with an intense nose of black and red berries and a lightly oaked taste of blackberries and raspberry.
£15.95 per bottle
Paul Mas La Forge Carignan 2017
Intense deep purple colour with ruby red tints. At first spices and blackberry, the second nose develops wood and cocoa aromas finishing on toasted oak notes. Full-bodied rich and mellow with velvety tannins. Complex flavours on the middle palate, liquorice flavours on the finish.
£14.25 per bottle
Domaine Brusset Les Hauts de Montmirail Gigondas 2016
Deep crimson in colour, with a rich, spicy, smoky aroma, showing hints of chocolate and blackberry and a rounded, powerful palate with mouth-filling fruit.
£39.85 per bottle