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By Christelle Guibert - Decanter, June 2015.. (Posted July 2015)

Deliciously tense but rounded Viognier from an estate located between Condrieu and the south of the Ardèche. Fruit was picked slightly earlier than the norm, resulting in a wine with classic notes of apricot, white peach and flowers, but driven by refreshing acidity.

A long weekend in... Saint-Tropez

By Jane Parkinson - GQ Magazine, June 2015.. (Posted June 2015)

A zesty, fruity dry white made with local grapes such as marsanne, ugni blanc, and clairette. It's a no-brainer match with summery seafood dishes.

The best wines to drink this summer

By Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 27/06/2015. (Posted June 2015)

A rare and extremely good white chinon. Lithe and elegant, this chenin blanc from the Loire races through your mouth. I can’t get enough of its luminous acidity – riesling and sauvignon drinkers might like to try it. Utterly mesmerising summer drinking.

The best wines to drink this summer

By Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 27/06/2015. (Posted June 2015)

Casual, juicy red made midway between Avignon and Lyon. Some of the vineyards are in the Brézeme Côtes du Rhône appellation, some are vins de pays, so the whole wine is declassified. Tastes a bit like a clean natural wine – a really super drink.

The best wines to drink this summer

By Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 27/06/2015. (Posted June 2015)

Bourgueil produces some of the best summer reds in the Loire. This cabernet franc is from a warm year, ampler than some Loire reds (a good thing), while those few years of age give a delicious, shiitake savoury edge to the redcurrants.

Bottle£14.25
Case£171.00
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The 10 best white wines to buy this summer

By David Williams - The Observer, June 2015. (Posted June 2015)

Brilliant viognier from the grape variety's home in the northern Rhône valley, but from a lesser-known vin de pays that helps keep the price down. Shimmering with apricot and honeysuckle, it is full-flavoured without being cumbersome.

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By Jeb Dunnuck - erobertparker.com. (Posted June 2015)

Coming from vineyards close to Diedier Barral’s (of domaine Leon Barral), the 2013 Faugères Impertinent is an entry level effort that’s made from a blend of Syrah, Grenache, Mourvèdre and Cinsault. Brought up mostly in stainless steel, with a small part in foudre, it offers a beautiful, rounded and supple texture to go with classic notes of licorice, herbes des Provence, spice and raspberry and black raspberry-like fruit. It has a savory character on the nose, yet there's excellent ripeness on the palate, as well as good tannin quality. Drink this beauty anytime over the coming 4-6 years. RP90.

Good year for the rosé

By Olly Smith - Daily Mail, June 2015. (Posted June 2015)

"a compelling texture that grips your palate and tastes like a cranberry with all the lift and muscles of a mighty mountaineer. Perfect as a centrepiece for a treat if you're dining outdoors."

Bottle£37.00
Case£444.00
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Pick of the London Wine Fair

By David Williams - The Observer, June 2015. (Posted June 2015)

"delightful spring-fresh but super-tangy Loire chenin, a rare but delicious example of a white wine from the red Loire territory of Chinon."

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By Lisa Perrotti-Brown - erobertparker.com, February 2015. (Posted May 2015)

Medium to deep garnet, the 2012 Cluster M45 Shiraz presents lovely red and black cherry notes, black raspberries and kirsch with hints of menthol, aniseed, pepper and lavender. Medium-bodied, elegant and showing very fine tannins, it has just enough acid to lift the rich fruit and a good long finish. It should age very well. Note that no 2011 Cluster M45 was produced. 95+. Drink: 2017 - 2032.

Bottle£44.00
Case£528.00
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