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Yapp Brothers Wine Merchants have sourced a wide range of organic wine, from pioneering wine-makers who produce first class wines with no chemical intervention, just organic methods and processes. Many of the organic wine producers are established viticulture experts, who see the long-term benefit of producing wine organically.

Each organic wine is marked on the website with an image of a growing green plant.

  • Bandol: Mas de la Rouvière Rouge 2011

    A full-bodied Bandol red from the Côte d'Azur, with a beguiling, deep purple robe, dark, hedgerow berry scents and a palate of black fruit, spices, dried ceps and game.

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    • Bottle £18.75
    • Bottle Case £225.00
  • Bellet: Domaine de la Source Rouge 2011

    A ruby-coloured, spicy, herb-tinged red Bellet wine that it is a delight to drink and shows high-quality, distinctive, artisanal winemaking at its best. It is dense and spicy with a fine concentration of dark, autumnal fruit and an attractive bouquet of dark cherries and berries.

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    • Bottle £25.50
    • Bottle Case £306.00
  • Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru 2008

    This is a terrific, traditional red Burgundy from a fourth generation, family-run, organic estate. The 30 hectares of Charmes-Chambertin form the largest of Gevrey-Chambertin’s nine Grand Crus, and this complex and ageworthy Pinot Noir is dense and dark and has a wonderfully unembellished sense of 'terroir' that first piqued our interest.

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    • Bottle £69.00
    • Bottle Case £828.00
  • Coteaux d'Aix: Domaine des Oullières Rouge 2012

    This red Coteaux d'Aix wine from Domaine des Oullières is made from a hand-harvested 40% each of Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache Noir along with 20% Syrah: almost a Rhône – Bordeaux fusion. Mid-weight, versatile, and easy-drinking.

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    • Bottle £10.95
    • Bottle Case £131.40
  • Côtes de Provence: Domaine Richeaume: Cuvée Columelle 2012

    A dense, dark-ruby coloured wine with a wonderful red cherry nose. It exhibits rather more concentration and evident oak aging than the 'Tradition' cuvée, but has plenty of the Domaine’s signature sleek, dark fruit.

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    • Bottle £27.95
    • Bottle Case £335.40
  • Côtes de Provence: Domaine Richeaume: Cuvée Tradition 2012

    The red 'Cuvée Tradition' from Domaine Richeaume is a long-standing Yapp favourite, blended from Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache Noir, and offering a subtle, savoury, mid-weight palate. Roast leg of lamb studded with garlic and anchovies would be the perfect provençal pairing.

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    • Bottle £18.50
    • Bottle Case £222.00
  • Côtes du Luberon: Château la Canorgue Rouge 2012

    The dense, dark Château la Canorgue rouge has wonderful, wild herb scents and garrigue berry flavours supported by a framework of ripe tannins - a round and powerful Provence wine.

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    • Bottle £13.95
    • Bottle Case £167.40
  • Côtes du Roussillon: Cuvée Cana 2010

    Made from Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre, it merits at least three years bottle-age to reveal it's uncompromising personality. It has diverse spice, leather and sous-bois aromas and a complex palate of berries, mushrooms, game and earth.

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    • Bottle £18.95
    • Bottle Case £227.40
  • Côtes du Roussillon: Cuvée Tradition 2012

    The Côtes du Roussillon Cuvée Tradition from Domaine Ferrer Ribière is a versatile, light-heavyweight wine with aromas of Autumnal fruit and a deep, core of cassis and kirsch.

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    • Bottle £12.25
    • Bottle Case £147.00
  • Domaine Py: Corbières Rouge 'Cuvée Mondière' 2013

    Jean-Pierre's 'Cuvée Mondière' hails from a blend of Syrah, Grenache and old-vine Carignan that are vinified separately in vat (75%) and barrel (25%) prior to fastidious blending. The 2013 vintage is already immensely approachable but will readily support a year or more's bottle age. It is a chest-thumping crowd-pleaser, full of the blushful Hippocrene, that will go down a treat with a rib-eye steak or sausages and mash.

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    • Bottle £10.25
    • Bottle Case £123.00
  • Faugères: Château des Estanilles L'Impertinent Rouge 2013

    A spicy, mid-weight Faugères red wine comprised of Syrah, Grenache Noir, Mourvèdre, Cinsault and Carignan. Food-wise, bavette frîtes, confit du canard or a fricassee of wild mushrooms would be ideal.

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    • Bottle £13.75
    • Bottle Case £165.00
  • Gevrey Chambertin 'Aux Corvées' 2010

    Travelling south from Dijon, the 400 hectares of Gevrey Chambertin mark the start of the great vineyards of Burgundy's Côte de Nuits. This is a wonderful, traditional Pinot Noir from a fourth generation, family-run, organic estate and comes from the Aux Corvées climat, just behind the family home. We've enjoyed it immensely on its youthful fruit but it should show even better with bottle-age.

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    • Bottle £35.00
    • Bottle Case £420.00
  • IGP Vin de Pays de l'Hérault: Domaine Roquemale 'Meli Melo' 2013

    This inspired discovery from a recent foray into the heart of the Languedoc is 100% Alicante, organic and relatively low in alcohol (11.7%). Think of it as a quaffable, sun-kissed Beaujolais of the South!

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    • Bottle £10.95
    • Bottle Case £131.40
  • Irouléguy: Domaine Ilarria Cuvée Bixinto 2009

    A dense, dark, complex, age-worthy, antediluvian offering - a bouquet of leather, herbs and dried porcini mushrooms preceding a dense palate of red fruits, spices and minerals supported by rugged tannins.

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    • Bottle £24.95
    • Bottle Case £299.40
  • Irouléguy: Domaine Ilarria Rouge 2011

    Irouléguy: Domaine Ilarria - A deep red wine with a bouquet of black cherries and spices with vigorous youthful tannins (reminiscent of young Cornas) and underlying dark fruit flavours.

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    • Bottle £17.75
    • Bottle Case £213.00
  • Jasper Hill: Georgia's Paddock Shiraz 2012

    'Georgia’s Paddock' Shiraz, Jasper Hill's principal wine (in terms of production), has now established itself as an Aussie classic, beloved by the restaurant-frequenting fraternity. The fact that Yapp has imported this 'dry-grown' organic wine for over twenty-five vintages speaks volumes.

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    • Bottle £44.00
    • Bottle Case £528.00
  • Jasper Hill: Georgia's Paddock Shiraz 2013

    'Georgia's Paddock' Shiraz, Jasper Hill's principal wine (in terms of production), has now established itself as an Aussie classic, beloved by the restaurant-frequenting fraternity. The fact that Yapp has imported this 'dry-grown' organic wine for over twenty-five vintages speaks volumes.

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    • Magnum £89.00
    • Magnum Case £534.00
  • Jasper Hill: La Pleiade Shiraz 2012

    A knock-out bouquet of graphite, crushed rocks, blueberries, and blackberries is followed by a full-bodied Syrah with formidable concentration, good acidity, and tremendous intensity as well as length.

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    • Bottle £44.00
    • Bottle Case £528.00
  • Jasper Hill: Nebbiolo 2013

    Dry-grown, biodynamic Nebbiolo (a grape variety more commonly associated with Barolo in Piedmonte) from one of the world's great winemakers. This is the first vintage we have been able to ship and is a 'must try' for fans of Jasper Hill.

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    • Bottle £44.00
    • Bottle Case £528.00
  • Jasper Hill: Occam's Razor Shiraz 2013

    With oodles of ripe black berry and cherry fruit over notes of spices and scorched earth, the 'Occam's Razor' Shiraz represents a veritable bargain in this stellar line-up of 'natural' wines.

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    • Bottle £25.50
    • Bottle Case £306.00
  • Pic Saint-Loup: Mas Bruguière La Grenadière 2011

    A densely structured wine with complex Autumnal fruit flavours supported by rugged tannins with spicy undertones.

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    • Bottle £19.75
    • Bottle Case £237.00
  • Pic Saint-Loup: Mas Bruguière l'Arbouse 2013

    The Pic Saint-Loup Mas Bruguière 'l'Arbouse' is a rich, compelling red wine with a wealth of wild garrigue herb and berry scents and a lovely, pitchy palate of black fruit and fine-grained tannins.

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    • Bottle £13.95
    • Bottle Case £167.40
  • Saumur Rouge: Domaine Filliatreau Château Fouquet 2013

    Fred Filliatreau's red Saumur Château Fouquet that comes from vines just outside the Saumur Champigny appellation seems to be getting better with every vintage that we ship. It is a ripe rounded Cabernet Franc with some light minerally nuances that should be drunk within a couple of years, preferably al fresco with a plate of cheese or charcuterie!

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    • Bottle £12.75
    • Bottle Case £153.00
  • Vin de Corse Porto Vecchio: Domaine de Torraccia Rouge 2012

    An earthy, medium-bodied, herb-tinged Corsican red wine. It is well-rounded with attractive red fruit aromas and supple, balanced tannins that are ideally suited to rustic cuisine. Vigneron Marc Imbert suggests wild boar as they proliferate around Torraccia and cause untold damage to the vineyard!

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    • Bottle £13.95
    • Bottle Case £167.40
  • Vin de Corse Porto Vecchio: Domaine de Torraccia: Cuvée Oriu 2011

    "A rare 'vin de garde' from Corsica. This well-coloured red comes from the south of the island. Lovely dense fruit flavours with a slightly smoky, sweet-tobacco complexity." Tom Stevenson – The New Sotherby's Wine Encyclopedia

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    • Bottle £24.75
    • Bottle Case £297.00
  • Vin de Pays Catalan: 'Empreinte du Temps' Carignan 2013

    This vibrant, fresh Catalan Carignan hails from a precious parcel of 135 year old pre-phylloxera vines. Here at Yapp HQ it's a firm favourite that delivers consistently in every vintage. Like the white Vin de Pays des Côtes Catalanes Grenache Blanc from Domaine Ferrer-Ribière, this wine too is well-suited to simple, rustic cuisine – some sizzling Toulouse sausages or cassoulet would fit the bill nicely.

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    • Bottle £13.25
    • Bottle Case £159.00
  • Anjou: La Lune 2013

    Marc Angeli's principal cuvée in volume terms, is this fabulous 'natural' Chenin Blanc called 'La Lune' that has a beguiling baked bread bouquet and complex palate of stewed orchard fruit, nuts, honey and minerals.

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    • Bottle £19.95
    • Bottle Case £239.40
  • Bandol: Mas de la Rouvière Blanc 2014

    This celebrated white wine from the Bunan family is made from pure Clairette. It demands no more accompaniment than a few almonds or olives but its raison d'être is to partner seafood - filets de rouget à la plancha would fit the bill nicely.

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    • Bottle £18.75
    • Bottle Case £225.00
  • Bellet: Domaine de la Source Blanc 2012

    Eric and Carine Dalmasso’s Bellet Blanc is made from pure Rolle (aka Vermentino) and makes a wonderful aperitif or partner to seafood. Most of Bellet's production adorns the wine lists of Nice's more knowledgeable eating establishments, so at Yapp Brothers, we consider ourselves very fortunate to have these wines on our list.

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    • Bottle £25.50
    • Bottle Case £306.00
  • Bergerac Sec: Domaine de l'Ancienne Cure 2014

    This is a superb Bergerac Sec from an unoaked 'Bordeaux' blend of 70% Sauvignon Blanc and 30% Semillon. It is dry and fruity and what the locals call 'vif', with an attractive citrus fruit bouquet and a clean, zesty palate. It is a reliable cocktail hour pick-me-up or partner to salads and seafood.

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    • Bottle £11.75
    • Bottle Case £141.00
  • Cassis: Clos Sainte Magdeleine Blanc 2013

    The ultimate seafood partner, produced from grapes grown on the slopes of France's highest sea cliff, the Cap Canaille. Sublime scenery and wondrous wine.

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    • Bottle £19.75
    • Bottle Case £237.00
  • Clairette de Die: Domaine Achard-Vincent 'Tradition'

    This organic Clairette de Die is a gentle sparkling wine low in alcohol making it a peerless mid-morning restorative and a great wine for picnics and garden parties. The classic food accompaniment is walnuts (which thrive locally) but it is well suited to all manner of cakes and fruit-based desserts.

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    • Bottle £16.25
    • Bottle Case £195.00
  • Coteaux d'Aix: Domaine des Oullières Blanc 2014

    A gorgeous, organic white wine from Provence which has been particularly well received on these shores. Food and wine matching expert Fiona Beckett recently described it as "An intense, fragrant, Vermentino-based white to drink with seafood.", and we heartily concur.

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    • Bottle £10.95
    • Bottle Case £131.40
  • Coteaux du Languedoc: Mas Bruguière Les Mûriers 2014

    Xavier Bruguière’s wonderful, organic white ‘Les Mûriers’ (which is a humble Coteaux du Languedoc as there is no white permitted in the Pic Saint-Loup cru) is made from a blend of 70% Marsanne, 20% Roussanne and 10% Vermentino. Xavier recommends serving it with a mushroom spelt risotto (speltotto) or a grilled veal chop with braised fennel.

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    • Bottle £13.95
    • Bottle Case £167.40
  • Côtes de Provence: Domaine Richeaume 'Tradition' Blanc 2012

    This supple white Provençal wine shows mineral and floral characters on the nose leading to a rich, deftly oaked palate of white orchard fruit and mineral undertones.

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    • Bottle £17.95
    • Bottle Case £215.40
  • Côtes du Luberon: Château la Canorgue Blanc 2014

    This organic provençal white wine is a blend of Grenache, Clairette, Roussanne and Marsanne, grown at an elevated altitude which imparts a notable freshness. It is light enough to be drunk on its own or with olives, but will happily stand up to bouillabaisse or pissaladière

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    • Bottle £13.95
    • Bottle Case £167.40
  • Crémant de Die: Brut

    Crémant de Die Brut - a light, dry sparkling wine with aromas of orchard fruit preceding a palate of russet apples and pears underscored by minerally nuances followed by a fresh, clean finish.

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    • Bottle £16.95
    • Bottle Case £203.40
  • Domaine Py: Corbières Blanc '3ème Cuvée' 2014

    Jean-Pierre Py produces a modicom of rare white Corbières alongside the red which the 'appellation' is more commonly associated with. We would happily drink this lovely, mid-weight wine as an aperitif, but it will stand up well to seafood, salads and soufflés.

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    • Bottle £10.75
    • Bottle Case £129.00
  • Faugères: Château des Estanilles L'Impertinent Blanc 2014

    Julien Seydoux's delicious white Faugères is from a blend of 45% Marsanne, 45% Roussanne and 10% Viognier and it's a versatile partner for fish and poultry dishes. This bottling is called 'L'Impertinent' in homage to Julien's cheeky Fox Terrier who is depicted on the label.

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    • Bottle £13.75
    • Bottle Case £165.00
  • Irouléguy: Domaine Ilarria Blanc 2012

    This organic vin blanc is produced in lamentably small volumes! With enough weight and body to stand up to the hot peppers and garlic which feature heavily in the local cuisine, it takes a while to reveal its charms (and merits decanting) but nothing is hurried in these parts.

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    • Bottle £19.95
    • Bottle Case £239.40
  • Jasper Hill: Georgia's Paddock Riesling 2013

    This spectacular, aromatic Riesling exhibits classic kerosene scents and a zesty, whistle-clean, lime-licked palate underscored by a racy acidity.

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    • Bottle £26.50
    • Bottle Case £318.00
  • Jasper Hill: Georgia's Paddock Viognier 2011

    This impressive organic Viognier from Jasper Hill has beguiling honeysuckle scents and a wonderfully expressive citrus-edged palate.

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    • Bottle £29.95
    • Bottle Case £359.40
  • Jurançon Moelleux: Domaine Bellegarde 2013

    Pascal Labasse is justifiably renowned for the superb sweet wines he produces, His ‘Cuvée Tradition’ Jurançon Moelleux is made from equal volumes of Gros and Petit Manseng that are harvested at optimum ripeness. The locals drink it as a pre-prandial sharpener, but it works very well with cheese, foie gras, and fruit desserts too.

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    • Bottle £14.95
    • Bottle Case £179.40
  • Jurançon Moelleux: Domaine Bellegarde Sélection DB 2005

    An extraordinarily rich and powerful wine with honey, dried apricot and exotic fruit flavours. As the wine ages, it develops aromas of crystallized fruits, ripe strawberries and quince.

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    • Bottle £62.00
    • Bottle Case £744.00
  • Jurançon Moellux: Domaine Bellegarde Cuveé Thibault 2012

    A rich, powerful Jurançon wine with intense aromas of dried fruit and grilled nuts and a persistent palate of apricots and peaches with a rich, honeyed finish.

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    • Bottle £19.95
    • Bottle Case £239.40
  • Jurançon Sec: Domaine Bellegarde 2014

    After a year's enforced absence caused by Summer hailstorms in 2013 which severely depleted the size of the penultimate harvest and put paid to its production, we welcome back Pascal Labasse’s nervy, young Jurançon Sec from his beloved 15 hectare Domaine Bellegarde in the shadow of the Pyrenees at Monien. Happier news is that after three years under 'conversion', Pascal’s entire vinous output has now been awarded organic certification.

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    • Bottle £13.25
    • Bottle Case £159.00
  • Montlouis-sur-Loire: Domaine des Liards Sec 2014

    Domaine des Liards Montlouis-sur-Loire Sec - clean, green apple and grapefruit aromas precede a zesty, citric palate. This excellent example of Chenin Blanc has a bright, refreshing acidity and crisp, dry finish.

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    • Bottle £13.50
    • Bottle Case £162.00
  • Savennières: Coulée de Serrant 2011

    Savennières: Coulée de Serrant - a wonderfully complex, dry white wine commonly regarded as the ‘nec plus ultra’ of the appellation. Warming vanilla aromas and flavours of nuts and honey slowly unfurl on the palate and develop with ageing. A sophisticated, contemplative wine that merits wider recognition.

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    • Bottle £74.00
    • Bottle Case £888.00
  • Vin de Corse Porto Vecchio: Domaine de Torraccia Blanc 2014

    The pale Domaine de Torraccia Blanc from Corsica is pure Vermentino and has an evocative bouquet of wild Maquis herbs, an elegant, dry, mineral-edged palate and a long savoury finish. Seafood or asparagus are failsafe accompaniments.

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    • Bottle £13.95
    • Bottle Case £167.40
  • Vin de Pays Catalan: Grenache Blanc 2013

    The 'Empreinte du Temps' Vin de Pays Catalan is a rich, slightly oxidative, straw-coloured wine with a complex palate with an almost briny quality, of grilled nuts and minerals, and sherry-like undertones prior to a gently warming, long, resonant end note.

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    • Bottle £13.25
    • Bottle Case £159.00
  • Bandol: Mas de la Rouvière Rosé 2014

    The Bunans' rosé wine is hugely popular on the smarter restaurant terraces of the Riviera and we are grateful for our generous annual allocation. It is best served on the sun-drenched deck of a private yacht with a vast platter of fruits de mer, but a pint of prawns in the back garden will suffice in extremis.

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    • Bottle £18.75
    • Bottle Case £225.00
  • Bellet: Domaine de la Source Rosé 2013

    A rare rosé wine, produced in the hills directly behind Nice, most of which is consumed on the smart terraces of the Vieille Ville or along the beachfront of the Promenade des Anglais. As the Dalmasso family's only (and long-standing) export partner, we recommend a glass with pissaladière or stuffed courgette flowers.

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    • Bottle £25.50
    • Bottle Case £306.00
  • Cassis: Clos Sainte Magdeleine Rosé 2014

    As well as the Clos Sainte Magdeleine blanc, François Sack's estate makes a spot of Cassis rosé from Provençal staples Grenache, Cinsault and Mourvèdre. It has delicate red–berry aromas and a savoury, dry finish and it too has a definite affinity for seafood – lobster, langoustines or a simple dressed crab would suffice. Now available in magnums!

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    • Bottle £19.95
    • Bottle Case £239.40
  • Coteaux d'Aix: Domaine des Oullières Rosé 2014

    This youthful, organic rosé wine from the Coteaux d'Aix, just north of Aix-en-Provence, is a blend of Cinsault and Grenache. Crisp, refreshing and savoury, it's ideal when sipped al fresco with or without some freshly-landed langoustines.

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    • Bottle £10.95
    • Bottle Case £131.40
  • Côtes du Luberon: Château la Canorgue Rosé 2014

    Provence is renowned for it's rosé wines, and Château la Canorgue's is a superlative example. Made from Provençal staples Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre, it is light enough to be drunk alone but would happily stand up to bouillabaise or a Provençal goat's cheese.

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    • Bottle £13.95
    • Bottle Case £167.40