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This mixed pack is one of the best ways to explore French wine on our site.
Château des Antonins Bordeaux Supérieur 2016 comes from a family-run estate that dates back to the 13th century. The vineyards sit on the left bank of the Garonne river on clay and gravel soils. The winery and estate are managed sustainably, which really shines through in the value you get here! The thing we absolutely love about this wine is that it's got bottle age, it's smooth and complex but it delivers more than what you would expect from a Bordeaux.
Domaine Vrignaud Chablis 2020 is refreshingly crisp with seriously complexity and length. What more could you want from a Chablis. Guillaume Vrignaud "I like my Chablis to be precise rather than fat and full." This expression is exactly that. With access to 12 different parcels around Chablis just hammers home just good Chablis can with care and attention.
Guy Breton Beaujolais Marylou 2020 is a small blend of the villages in Beaujolais. Chirouble, Morgon and Brouilly. Don't be fooled by the vintage either, this isnt Nouveau, this is serious. The fruit profile is pristine red cherry and forest fruits. The palate is smashable and vibrant, with so much juicy fruit it's crazy. Scented length with a lick of spice as the kicker. Food-friendly, complex, perfect balance and easy to drink. Serve at cellar temperature.
J. L. Chave Selection Saint Joseph Offerus 2013 The Chave family is synonymous with the Rhone. The spotlight landed on this producer in the '70s and '80s due to the top quality grapes coming off the vineyards they manage. Offering the Selection label allows for a little more freedom, experimentation and a friendlier price tag! It provides a glimpse of the reason for the estate's fame at a fraction of the price. Many of these wines are from declassified estate wine and long term farming contracts and are vinified in the domaine's primary cellar in Mauves.
Sauvignon A Peu Pres 2020 is produced from young vines, but a vineyard not classified as Pouilly-Fume. For the curious, this is an absolute bargain. You are presented with quality fruit, from the hands of talented winemakers, made in exactly the same way as a Pouilly Fume, but without the price a Pouilly Fume price tag. This stunning wine is made by David Maudry, son of Patrick Maudry of Domaine de Fontenille, in Tracy-Sur-Loire, from vines directly next to their Pouilly-Fume vines.
Jules du Souzy Fleurie 2019 grapes come from the slopes below the Chapelle de la Madone where soil is granitic with large crystals and areas of sand. The grapes are harvested by hand and loaded into the fermentation tank in whole bunches. Maceration lasts 10 to 12 days to give extra colour and body. A rich and elegant Fleurie where mineral notes complement ripe red fruits and spicy nuances. Velvety, elegant and floral.