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French Wine

Château d'Anglès La Clape Classique Rouge

From a rocky outcrop overlooking the Mediterranean, and first planted to grapes almost 2000 years ago by Roman Legionnaires. The vineyards of this extraordinary estate are watched over by the expert eye of Eric Fabre, former Technical Director at Chateau Lafite. It is now the responsibility of the youngest son, Vianney Fabre, to craft the wines. The composition for their Classique Red can be described, thus, "Syrah for fruit and spices delicately vinified and blended with Grenache for roundness, a dash of Mourvèdre giving structure, and the refreshing minty touch from the terroir of La Clape appellation. A tasty, smooth and balanced wine to enjoy without complexes!"

Bijou Terre de Providence Rose

A delicate ‘Provencal’ style rose with wonderful aromas of bright berry fruit, floral honeysuckle and citrus. Cuvee Bijou Terre de Providence has a light, crisp and fresh palate. It is a full-flavoured rose and has a silky, smooth finish.

Louis De Camponac Cabernet Sauvignon

The aroma is rich with flavours of ripe blackcurrant and savoury herbs. The flavour shows spice and vanilla oak with a smooth structure and silky finish. Related to the Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc grape varieties, Cabernet Sauvignon grapes have a thick skin making them higher in tannins than varieties such as Pinot Noir. This grape is popular due to its ability to be grown in a range of soils and climates from Australia and abroad such as Coonawarra, Margaret River, France and Chile. As a result, Cabernet Sauvignon is a full bodied wine with flavours of blackberry, currant and cinnamon. It pairs well hearty red meats, winter stews and even rich chocolate desserts.

Louis De Camponac Pinot Noir

Vibrant ruby red colour with notes of small red fruits, spices and vanilla. The flavour is complex yet elegant with a smooth soft finish. Slightly chilled with grilled meats and cheeses.

M Chapoutier Crozes-Hermitage

The Chapoutier Estate has been present in the Rhone Valley since 1808, always on a quest to find different tastes and expressions of terrior, or sense of place. Some regard the wines of Hermitage as the greatest Shiraz wines in the world, and thus they can be some of the most expensive. Crozes-Hermitage, however, are the vineyards that surround Hermitage, but without the price tag!

Chateau Clos Fontaine

Château Moulin du Prieur

Chateau Lafite Rothschild Carruades de Lafite

Chateau d'Yquem 1er Grande Cru Classé en 1855