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By Christelle Guibert - Decanter, September 2015.. (Posted August 2015)

From a single vineyard in Brézé, where Filliatreau's family helped put the wines of Saumur on the map. A stunning fruit-driven wine with wonderful cherry and raspberry perfume. Purity is there with no influence of oak; It's ripe and round with fresh acidity and minerality.

6 of the best from slow-grown grape varieties

By Jonathan Ray - The Field, July 2015. (Posted July 2015)

Mountain-clear white from high up in Savoie.

Bottle£10.95
Case£131.40
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Best summer wine 2015. Drink it now

By Jonathan Ray - The Field, July 2015. (Posted July 2015)

With the best summer wine in mind, it is far better to go for something like the Vouvray Mousseux Brut Réserve, Domaine Aubert from the Loire, which is a cracker. Made using the champagne method from 100% chenin blanc, it’s dry yet full of creamy fruit and hints of toasty brioche and really is so moreish. I stocked up with a couple of cases a week or so ago and already need more. My chums love it.

Bottle£14.50
Case£174.00
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The Pink Wine Guide: 20 best rosés to buy for summer

By Jane MacQuitty - The Times, 25/07/2015. (Posted July 2015)

Yapp specialises in the Rhône and Loire but also stocks some splendid pinks from elsewhere, like this Languedoc. Les Filles' dry, elegant, zingy, redcurrant 2014 is a hotchpotch of grapes, but cabernet franc and syrah rule. A perfect aperitif.

The Pink Wine Guide: 20 best rosés to buy for summer

By Jane MacQuitty - The Times, 25/07/2015. (Posted July 2015)

Good pink champagnes don't come cheap. The next best thing is a crémant, with slightly less fizz behind the cork. It's ideal as an aperitif or party fizz. This one is all light, zingy, verdant, rosehip and redcurrant cabernet franc fruit.

Bottle£12.95
Case£155.40
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Wines of the week: Three southern French rosés for drinking ice-cold on sultry summer evenings

By Terry Kirby - The Independent, 26/07/2015. (Posted July 2015)

Hailing from outside Aix-en-Provence, this organic Grenache and Cinsault blend epitomises Provencal rosé: pale pink but vibrant flavours of raspberries and other red berries, a hint of herbs and a bracing, dry finish. Worth making a bouillabaisse for, but also works with any shellfish or crustacea.

'Jean-Claude Mas is determined not to be outflanked by the New World'

By Anthony Rose - The Independent, 13/06/2015. (Posted July 2015)

At the annual London Wine Fair in May, I came across first an excellent Grenache-based white in the opulently honeyed yet delightfully refreshing 2014 Domaine Py Corbières Blanc "3ème Cuvée"...

A lusty syrah to make your spine tingle

By Matthew Jukes - Moneyweek, 24/07/2015. (Posted July 2015)

2014 Brézème Blanc is a heavenly, buxom Marsanne, Viognier, Roussanne blend with more décolletage than is commonly acceptable in polite society... All in all you must taste the Lombard wines – they are thrilling, accurate and also unique.

Bottle£17.95
Case£215.40
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A lusty syrah to make your spine tingle

By Matthew Jukes - Moneyweek, 24/07/2015. (Posted July 2015)

The 2014 Vin de Pays de la Drôme Blanc is a nubile, lithe Viognier bursting with youth and vitality... All in all you must taste the Lombard wines – they are thrilling, accurate and also unique.

A lusty syrah to make your spine tingle

By Matthew Jukes - Moneyweek, 24/07/2015. (Posted July 2015)

My featured red is a lusty, mineral-soaked Syrah with wild plum and violet notes tinged with iodine and garrigue... All in all you must taste the Lombard wines – they are thrilling, accurate and also unique.