15 Oct August 2015 newsletter
Our monthly specials and pre-order one of the best red wines in the world!
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Welcome to our Monthly newsletter. It’s almost spring! With this changing weather we weren’t sure whether to make red or white our offer this month, so we are offering a deal on both!
We also have some gift packs ready to go for Father’s Day.
You can also pre-order the best wine in the world under 15 pounds!
Chateau de Saurs Gaillac Rouge 2010
We are onto our last stocks of this excellent wine form the 2010 vintage. From an organic producer (no artificial chemicals or sprays) .
It’s a blend of Shiraz, Merlot and a unique indigenous variety called Braucol (which gives it lovely fruit and some spiciness.
We would describe this as a medium weight wine. Very versatile with a variety of foods – charcuterie, cheese, the last of the winter casseroles and the first of the spring barbecues.
Here are some accolades: Silver Winner at Concours National des Vignerons Independants
“This is easily the best Gaillac wine that I have tried.” wrote wine writer Sean Mitchell, Grape Observer June 2014.
Normally $26.50 per bottle, for our loyal newsletter recipients we are offering a box of 6 for $22.50 each or 15% off. Use code SAURS10 or call Helen on 0414 596 395 for assistance. Offer valid next 7 days.
Chateau Beycheville Grand Bateau 2012
We have a new vintage of this popular white wine. It’s 100% sauvignon blanc.
Usually $32, we have reduced to $28.80 per bottle (10% off).
Type in code BATEAU14 at check-out online or call 0414 596 395. Give it a go we are confident that you will be back for more.
Offer available for 7 days only.
FOR MORE DETAILS AND TO ORDER CLICK HERE.
Chateau Bouissel, Le Bouissel 2011
International Trophy in the Decanter World Wine Awards 2015. Now sold out at the winery. We secured 300 bottles only. Now available for pre-order for $46.50 per bottle.
“Fresh and warm, with well-judged oak bringing a little spiciness to the table, complementing earthy, smoky aromas of black cherry, herbs and liquorice. Vivid, ample, stylish and articulate, this displays lovely balance, reams of deep, juicy fruit, and a characterful, dusty finish. A simply stunning illustration of Fronton.”
Check out also the 2010 vintage which is delicious and drinking at its peak and a bargain at $35.60. Again limited stocks.