- 3x Château Croix des Rouzes, Pomerol 2016 (£27.50)
- 3x Château de Gardegan 2016 (£11.95)
- 2x Mâcon Prissé ‘Les Clochettes’ 2018 (£13.95)
- 2x Saint Véran ‘Croix de Montceau’ 2018 (£14.95)
- 2x Pouilly-Fuissé ‘Les Preludes’ 2018 (£18.95)
Total Mixed Case (12x75cl) - £210.00
- Château Croix des Rouzes, Pomerol 2016 at £27.50 per bottle is a small parcel of gorgeous Pomerol from a great vintage, awarded 96 points by Decanter magazine. A score like this would normally suggest a Pomerol (Bordeaux’s smallest, most famous and expensive appellation) of £100 or more – not £27.50.
"Teasing and classical, with an abundance of mellow plum, blackberry, tobacco and forest floor at its core. This is an excellent wine…" 96 points Decanter, October 2020
- Château de Gardegan 2016 is our brilliant affordable 'House Claret' at only £11.95 a bottle. For a short video introduction to the wine click here. The Château’s vineyards are high up in the Côtes de Castillon which share the same terroir and elevation as the plâteau of Saint-Émilion (the best bit). The wine is rich, concentrated and delicious as many of our customers will testify – and something of a bargain.
- Mâcon Prissé ‘Les Clochettes’ 2018 at £13.95 is our best selling white of the year. There is balance and freshness, combined with soft honey and lemon flavours.
- Our Saint-Véran ‘Croix de Montceau’ 2018 at £14.95 is a gem from Burgundy’s most undervalued white appellation – a lovely textured white underscored by citrus, pineapple and floral flavours with just the right amount of minerality.
- And finally, our Pouilly-Fuissé ‘Les Preludes’ 2018 at £18.95 is a fantastic example of this famous Appellation at under £20 a bottle. Delicate aromas of white flowers and citrus, with intense fruit and a hints of hazelnuts, almonds, vanilla and flint. It has a lovely lingering finish. A serious and delicious white Burgundy.
Mixed Case - Burgundy & Claret
£214.05 Regular Price