Canard-Duchêne Brut NV Champagne
It is said that in France every 15 seconds one of these bottles is opened! The wine has rich creamy, biscuity aromas and on the palate is bursting with summer fruits and citrus. The Company serves it at receptions, but it also goes particularly well with seafood such as oysters and sushi.
Chardonnay Les Grenadiers IGP Cotes de Thongue
This easy drinking Chardonnay is ripe, creamy and has peach fruit and spicy vanilla notes. The wine perfectly demonstrates Languedoc Roussillon's drive towards higher quality and a more international style over recent years.
Taylor's Late Bottled Vintage
Late Bottled Vintage, as the name suggests, is bottled later, remaining in wood between four and six years. It was originally created in 1970 by Taylor’s current Chairman, Alistair Robertson, as a high quality but more affordable and immediately drinkable alternative to Vintage port to be enjoyed by the glass on everyday occasions.
Chateau Menota Cuvee Portail, Graves Superieures
This dessert wine is made from 50% Semillon and 50% Sauvignon Blanc botrytised grapes from vines averaging 25 years old, carefully picked by hand. It shows classic aromas of marmalade, honey and blossom.
La Grille Pinot Noir Vin de Loire, France
Ideally served slightly chilled, the intensity of fresh redcurrant and spice flavours shows just what good value and quality the Pinot Noir grape is capable of when grown in the Loire. The wine goes particularly well with white meat, salads, pasta and cheese.
Château Maine Pascaud, Cotes de Bordeaux
60% Merlot, 35% Cabernet & 5% Malbec grapes, this well-made claret is excellent value. It goes particularly well with beef, lamb, pork and spicy foods.
Cave de Rauzan Grangeneuve Sauvignon Blanc, Bordeaux, France
(Currently out of stock)
This wine has a flowery aroma especially mimosa and citrus. It is served at an ideal temperature of 10 - 12 ° C and goes well with seafood or fish.