France

France will always occupy a special place in our portfolio, being where it all began for us back in 1983. There is not, and will never be, anywhere quite like France:  eccentric, idiosyncratic and unswervingly confident as it is in the ability of ‘terroir’ and tradition to continue to produce the world’s best wine in the face of ever-increasing competition.

The French are immensely proud of their heritage and with a winemaking history stretching back over 2000 years this is hardly a surprise. Yet while many remain close to their roots, the dynamism, passion and energy we find amongst this country’s winemakers is unprecedented and is increasingly reflected in the quality and diversity of the wines. And after thirty-five years we are still astonished by the extent of variety that France has to offer.

We are also surprised at just how many of France’s best winemaking regions, especially those of the Languedoc-Roussillon and the South West, remain oddly undiscovered, and continue in our mission to bring ever more exciting varieties from little known areas to your attention.

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  1. Chateau Phelan Segur Saint Estephe, Chateau Phelan Segur

    Indulgent fruit, intense and compelling, with an elegant structure of silky tannins. Learn More

    £49.50
  2. Pouilly Fuissé Ampélopsis, Domaine Saumaize Michelin

    The “Ampélopsis”, the estate’s flagship wine, was listed amongst the top ten white wines of France by the highly influential “Revue du Vin de France” and is reminiscent of a Grand Cru White Burgundy from the Côte d’Or. Learn More

    £45.00
  3. Château Bouscaut, Pessac-Léognan

    Well-structured with flavours of spiced plum and blackberry with notes of coffee and clove. Learn More

    £42.50
  4. Chassagne-Montrachet, Chateau de la Maltroye

    Typical Chassagne finesse and freshness, showing flavours of apricots and peaches with hints of white flowers and a mineral finish. Learn More

    £49.50
  5. La Fleur de Haut-Bages Libéral, Pauillac

    This fabulous wine is classic Left Bank Bordeaux:  full-bodied, supple and velvety, with concentrated black fruit, cedar and liquorice.

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    £42.50
  6. Champagne Taittinger Nocturne Sec

    Taittinger Nocturne is a non-vintage Champagne blend with a higher 'dosage', making it noticeably sweeter than the Brut NV, lending a rich roundness and food-friendliness to the wine. Learn More

    £45.00
  7. Château Climens Barsac, Sauternes (half bottle)

    Wonderfully perfumed with beautifully unctuous textures and complex fruit flavours, often very honeyed; all marked by a glorious freshness and purity. Learn More

    £47.50
  8. Brut Rosé, Mumm

    Strawberry pink in hue with a luscious nose of red fruits, caramel and vanilla. Learn More

    £45.00
  9. Perrier Jouet NV Grand Brut

    Brioche, butter and shortbread • lively bubbles • long finish Learn More

    £42.50
  10. Domaine Maillard Père et Fils, Aloxe Corton

    Wonderfully expressive and powerful with soft silky tannins. Learn More

    £42.50
  11. Nuits-St-Georges, Domaine Lupé Cholet

    Deep ruby-red colour with raspberry gleams. Initially in the nose, there are aromas of forest-floor and slight mushroom, followed by notes of red fruit. Oaky and spicy on the palate, then cherry aromas. Learn More

    £47.50
  12. Gewurztraminer Vendange Tardive, Trimbach

    Extremely fruity and enticing, yet beautifully pure. Learn More

    £47.50
  13. Champagne Laurent Perrier, Brut

    Delicate, yet complex nose. A mature style of NV Champagne. Learn More

    £43.50
  14. Puligny Montrachet, Domaine Alain Chavy

    Bursting with ripe tropical fruit characteristics. Learn More

    £49.50
  15. Champagne Jacquart, Brut Mosaïque Rosé

    An elegant style brimming with notes of cherry and wild strawberry. Learn More

    £42.50
  16. 946 Ste Victoire Organic Rose Gassier

    A light rosé wine with peach hints. Intense notes of white fruits, yellow fruits (peach, pineapple) and exotic fruits (mango and notes of coconut). Notes of apricot and light vanilla. Learn More

    £49.50
  17. Champagne Pol Roger Brut Reserve

    On the nose, the champagne is dominated by white flowers, green apple, brioche and a trace of minerality. On the palate there are notes of stone fruits, a certain nuttiness and a hint of honey supporting the freshness of the acidity.

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    £44.00
  18. Château Bouscaut Blanc, Pessac-Léognan

    Lively and sappy character, with precise, upfront attractive aromas, right from the start of the wine’s life. Learn More

    £42.50
  19. Château Desmirail, Margaux

    A well balanced wine, with spicy notes. Learn More

    £49.50
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