Introductory Mixed Dozen
An introduction to the wines of Bordeaux and the South West of France…
Tour des Gendres, Cuvée de Conti, Bergerac sec 2013, 750mls $34.80
Semillon/Sav Blanc. A fresh new white wine from one of the leading biodynamic wine-makers in Bergerac, and indeed the whole of France.
Château de la Bouyere, Bordeaux Blanc 2015, 750mls $23
A stylish Semillon/Sauvignon from Bordeaux. This delicious new vintage is crisp and refreshing and perfect with salads or nibbles. It’s our best seller over summer.
Château Beychevelle, Grand Bateau Bordeaux Blanc 2014, 750mls $32
An excellent Sauvignon Blanc from an excellent vintage. Fantastic quality/value for money from a famous Bordeaux producer. Reviewed in the Australian trade magazine “National Liquor News” this wine was selected as best wine with 94.5 points.
Chateau Jolys Jurançon Sec 2014, 750mls $29
A great alternative to sauvignon blanc. Tropical fruits and citrus on the pallet. Crisp dry finish. Delightful unwooded Petit Manseng and Gros Manseng. A long time favourite of many customers.
Domaine Bellegarde Jurançon Sec, La Pierre Blanche 2011, 750mls $41
Rich, stunning award winning wine (Manseng grapes).”Deep, complex, tangerine and lime flavours up front and a spicy, vibrant citrus finish” Dan Coward SBS Feast Magazine, WIne of the Month, July 2013.
Domaine Bellegarde, Cuvée Tradition, Jurancon late harvest dessert wine 2015 375mls $29 *(can be substituted – see below)
The sweet wines of Jurançon are amongst the great sweet/dessert wines of the world and great value for money. This is an excellent example – luscious complex fruit, balance, length and not too sweet on the finish. Goes beautifully with cheese and with fruit based desserts.
*if sweet wines aren’t really to your liking – just put a note with your order when you go through the checkout and we’ll substitute this for a second bottle of Chateau Jolys Jurancon Sec.
Château Truquet, Saint Emilion 2011, 750mls $36.50
A fantastic budget friendly Saint Emilion which you will love for its soft rich fruit, balance and complexity. This wine typifies the great value for money wines that we have sought out to bring to Australia.
Château de Saurs, La Constance, Gaillac Rouge 2014, 750mls $32
Organic producer. Gold Medal at Concours National des Vignerons Independants 2016. A blend with Merlot, Syrah and Braucol in equal measure, produces a simply delicious wine.
Producteurs Plaimont, Plaimont Collection St Mont 2012, 750mls $35.50
Made predominately from Tannat – the grape indigenous to the St Mont region. Whilst tannic it is also rich, round and fleshy – a great wine to match a hearty meal.
Domaine du Crampilh Madiran Cuvée Vielles Vignes 2009, 750mls $38.40
Featured in Decanter Magazine June 2013. This red wine from Domaine du Crampilh is a DiscoverVin south-west classic. Made from old vineyards using modern techniques. Rich, clean & balanced -full of character, flavour and authenticity! Far more drinkable than some macho aussie reds!” Big fruit, great tannin, balance and structure – award winning wine made from tannat grapes.
Château Haut Monplaisir Prestige, Cahors 2012, 750mls $35
This is a hugely popular 100% Malbec from the home of Malbec – ie Cahors in South West France.
Awarded 93 points by Wine Enthusiast in 2016. Also selected as Wine Enthusiast “Editor’s Choice” in 2016. Organic Producer
Château Haut Lariveau, Fronsac/Bordeaux 2006, 750mls $44
Wow factor 100% Merlot. According to Oz Clarke this is one of the best producers in the region. In conversion to organic production. Since when was merlot this good?! hmmmm.
Enjoy this mixed pack of wines from the traditional Bordeaux region and the up-and-coming South West region.
Just $379 (if purchased individually $420.20)