A country like no other is synonymous with fine wine. France is a dazzling collection of terroirs, styles and price points. Too many to mention, France is home to some of the most recognisable and loved wine regions in the world. Having defined and helped shape some of the finest wine regions in the world, it is undeniable that France’s influence extends far beyond its regional boundaries. While classic regions like Bordeaux, Burgundy or Champagne, amongst others, continue to be the standard-bearer of fine wine production, the country is also rediscovering some of its lesser-known regions. The recent success of Provence, the Loire or the South West, testifies to the diversity, richness and heritage of winemaking in France.
Pascal¿s 0.5 holding of this famous Grand Cru is ideally situated in the upper sector of the vineyard, across the wall of Grand Echézeaux. Very long and incredibly complex, it has layers of sweet fruit aromas which mingle with notes of spice and leather and a refined mineral quality. There is a core of bright redcurrant fruit which gradually opens...more
Bottle 75cl £211.68
Bottle 75cl £218.68
As recent vintages have tended to be, the 2004 Clinet is a strong effort. Its dark purple color is followed by classic aromas and flavors of truffles, mocha, espresso roast, plums, jammy black cherries, and darker fruits. Medium-bodied and ripe with light to moderate tannin, it should drink nicely for 10-15 years. Drink 2007 - 2022. 90 points, Robert Parkermore
Bottle 75cl £109.68
Bottle 75cl £440.68
Bottle 75cl £110.18