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-two years we are still astonished by the extent of variety France has to offer.

We are also surprised just how many of France’s best winemaking regions, especially thoseof 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. Domaine de la Renardière Les Terrasses Savagnin Arbois Pupillin, Jura

    Flinty minerality, walnuts and spice with lip-smacking freshness and savoury dry texture. Learn More

    £22.50
  2. Pithon-Paillé Coteaux des Treilles, Anjou

    Fantastic abundance of fresh green fruits with lovely balancing acidity to create a bright and fresh wine full of minerality. Perfect with fish, poultry and veal.

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    £34.50
  3. Domaine de la Janasse, Viognier VDP

    A fresh yet muscular Viognier with all the delicious weight of a classic Southern-Rhone white. Fresh stone-fruit flavours and a lovely honeyed finish.

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    £15.95
  4. Vania, Saint Joseph Blanc, Domaine Guy Farge

    Mouthfilling texture deliciously balanced with fine mineral structure.

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    Special Price

    £17.50 £24.50

    Special Price

    £17.50 £24.50
  5. Domaine Cuilleron, Condrieu La Petit Côte

    Juicy, light and fresh; a wine of modest size and depth, but one with good minerality. Learn More

    £39.50
  6. 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

    £44.00
  7. Pouilly Fuissé, Domaine J A Ferret

    Fresh, vibrant, almost Champagne-like aroma of green fruit and cream.  Taut and lean: the flavour doesn’t hit you all at once, but rather eases its way across the palate in a controlled, tight, slow release.

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    £30.00
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