FRANCE

France benefits from a range of locations and climates that are suitable for growing wines, resulting in a diverse range of varieties and styles. Emphasis remains as much on tradition as technology, with particular significance placed on the expression of terroir. The finest wine-producing regions are Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne and Rhône.

Other significant areas include Alsace, Beaujolais, Chablis, Jura, Loire, and south west France. A predominantly red wine-producing country, less than a quarter of all wine consumed in France is white.
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2015 Riesling

Domaine Boeckel

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Bottle 75cl £12.70

Case of 6 £76.20

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2015 Riesling, Domaine Boeckel

Bottle 75cl £12.70

2013 Château Pezilla, Muscat de Rivesaltes

Château de Rombeau

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Bottle 75cl £15.14

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2016 Pinot Blanc Reserve

Domaine Boeckel

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Bottle 75cl £15.30

Case of 6 £91.80

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2010 Rimauresq Rosé

Domaine de Rimauresq

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Bottle 75cl £15.44

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2013 Château Grand Village Blanc, Bordeaux Blanc

Château Grand Village

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Bottle 75cl £15.86

Case of 6 £95.10

Bottle 75cl

Single bottle£15.86

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A very sophisticated Grand Village blanc. Really impressive. Plenty of concentration and intensity yet fresh, lively and vibrant. Driving mineral core and an impressively long finish. This offers astonishing value.

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Rapeneau

Rapeneau

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Bottle 37.5cl £16.08

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Sparkling golden yellow. Bright and intense with lovely depth and complexity. Figs, apricots and nuances of brioche on the palate with superb balance and freshness. Vibrant and defined with a crisp finish.

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Rapeneau, Rapeneau

Bottle 37.5cl £16.08

Case 12 x 37.5cl £97.56

Bottle 75cl

Single bottle£16.66

Case of 12 £199.78

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Bottle 37.5cl £8.34

Case of 12 £99.96

Bottle 75cl

Single bottle£16.66

Case of 12 £199.98

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An harmonious blend of 93% Merlot with 7% Cabernet Franc, this is a very attractive, medium to full bodied wine with ripe plum aromas mingled with sweet wild herbs and hint of lavender. Refreshing red plum flavours, with darker forest fruit notes developing as the wine evolves, are balanced by a lively freshness and a fine mineral quality which runs...

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Imperial 600cl

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Magnum 150cl

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Bottle 75cl

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2013 Grolleau

Clau de Nell

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Bottle 75cl £16.84

Case of 6 £101.06

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2013 Grolleau, Clau de Nell

Bottle 75cl £16.84

2006 Bourgogne Pinot Noir

Mischief & Mayhem

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Bottle 75cl £17.40

Case of 6 £104.34

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Attractive bramble fruit nose and palate, also touches of cherry fruit. Crunchy apple acidity and fine grained tannins wrap around the fruit for a pleasing and elegant glass of Pinot. Drink from release.

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France benefits from a range of locations and climates that are suitable for growing wines, resulting in a diverse range of varieties and styles. Emphasis remains as much on tradition as technology, with particular significance placed on the expression of terroir. The finest wine-producing regions are Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne and Rhône.

Other significant areas include Alsace, Beaujolais, Chablis, Jura, Loire, and south west France. A predominantly red wine-producing country, less than a quarter of all wine consumed in France is white.

The most widely planted variety is Carignan, with other significant red varieties being Grenache, Merlot, Cinsaut and Cabernet Sauvignon. Ugni Blanc dominates the white grape plantings as the main variety used in the production of Cognac. The other principal white varieties are Chardonnay and Sémillon.

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