Crisp and elegant with citrus and apple fruit characters alongside a lovely streak of minerality. Refined and classy, this is a superb introduction to this famous region's wines.
The classically citrus-led nose also offers notes of marzipan and acacia flowers. Initially straightforward and nicely rounded on the palate, with an almondy complexity on the finish.
From grapes sourced across the Burgundy region, primarily from old Cote d'Or vines. Maison Nicolas Potel is a respected name in Burgundy.
This will be best with any slow cooked red meat dish flavoured with thyme or rosemary.
A light, fresh and youthful wine, with a zesty and well defined citrus backbone, overlayed with subtle hints of stone fruits and nectar. Crisp and refreshing, yet rounded and enduring on the finish.
At least £4 less than our UK price! Fresh and easy drinking, this wine offers plenty of soft citrus, white peach and pear fruit.
This is great with any seafood especially if cooked with a touch of chilli.
You're in for a punchy cocktail of tropical fruit and melon, all balanced by zesty acidity. It shows the best of what's unique to Gisborne. You'll truly get lost in the abundance of fruit flavours in this. And you'll just find it here.
A heady palate of gooseberry, lemon and lime leads notes of nettle and freshly-cut grass. With a mouthwatering acidity, it's your cost-efficient refresher of the winter.
The 2009 Castelnau de Suduiraut is a hugely intense experience, with immense, honeyed sweetness counterbalanced by an involving complexity.
Showing notes of mango, banana and apple, with a hint of sweet spice and wet stone minerality. Full yet clean on the palate, with pear and fig fruit flavours rounded off with fresh, crisp acidity.
Elegantly structured, and showing ripe blackberry and blackcurrant fruit flavours, subtle vanilla and plenty of peppery spice. Balanced by firm tannins and crisp, refreshing acidity on the finish.