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  • Beaujolais Villages Blanc 2014

    An old-vine Beaujolais Villages blanc made from pure Chardonnay that sees no oak, it has fresh apple blossom scents and a taut and minerally, whistle-clean palate. It makes a bracing aperitif or partner to dressed crab or whitebait.

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    • Bottle £11.95
    • Bottle Case £143.40
  • Bourgogne Chardonnay: Stéphane Brocard 2013

    A classic, unoaked, crisp Chardonnay which is an ideal starting point for exploring our white Burgundy range. Made by savvy, young négociant, Stéphane Brocard, who was instrumental in helping us develop our Burgundy offering, it's a delicious, crisp and unoaked example to savour on its own or with a simple dish of fruits de mer.

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    • Bottle £12.75
    • Bottle Case £153.00
  • Brézème: Domaine Lombard Blanc 2014

    An elegant, attractive Brézème Blanc wine that reveals aromas and flavours of nuts and orchard fruit prior to a clean, dry finish. Benefits from decanting and should not be served too chilled. Ideal as an aperitif or with seafood, fish or poultry.

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    • Bottle £17.95
    • Bottle Case £215.40
  • 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
  • Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 2012

    Reliable, unoaked Chablis from a talented, sixth generation winemaker.

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    • Half Bottle £8.75
    • Half Bottle Case £210.00
  • Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 2013

    Classy, unoaked Chablis from a talented, sixth generation winemaker. It is light and supple enough to savor without accompaniment but will take all manner of crustacea and seafood in its stride.

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    • Magnum £39.00
    • Magnum Case £234.00
  • Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 2014

    Classy, unoaked Chablis from a talented, sixth generation winemaker. It is light and supple enough to savor without accompaniment but will take all manner of crustacea and seafood in its stride.

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    • Bottle £15.95
    • Bottle Case £191.40
  • Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 'Côte de Léchet' Premier Cru 2014

    Ratcheting up a gear in rank (and, bien sur, price) from the generic Chablis is Christophe's 'Premier Cru' bottling from the Côte de Léchet climat. A top quality Chablis that will stand up well to fish or poultry in creamy sauces and will cellar for a decade.

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    • Bottle £21.50
    • Bottle Case £258.00
  • Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu Grand Cru Les Clos 2013

    A complex Grand Cru Chablis with from the celebrated Les Clos vineyard (just above the town of Chablis itself) that has a pale straw colour and delicate floral aromas leading to a classic ‘nervy’ palate of gun-flint mineral tastes over ripe orchard fruit underscored by a fine acidity and a long, dry, elegant finish.

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    • Bottle £39.00
    • Bottle Case £468.00
  • Champagne: Dumangin Fils. Brut Grande Réserve

    "Tight-knit, perfumed, intriguing... One of my favourite non-vintage fizzes." Jancis Robinson, FT Weekend

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    • Bottle £29.95
    • Bottle Case £359.40
  • Champagne: Dumangin Fils. Cuvée 17

    A 'graceful, heavenly' Champagne 'at a down to earth price' (according to wine writer, Matthew Jukes). This classic grower's Champagne, made predominantly from Premier Cru vines near Reims, is crisp, dry and biscuity.

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    • Bottle £29.00
    • Bottle Case £348.00
  • Champagne: Dumangin Fils. Extra Brut

    "Clean as a whistle and made from 25 per cent Chardonnay, 25 per cent Pinot Noir and 50 per cent Pinot Meunier, this is the perfect apéritif wine. The perky acidity and oodles of verve will slice through all number of tricky canapés, and it is a design classic with oysters. Fantastic value, too, Dumangin’s wines are all great value." (Matthew Jukes, Wine Correspondent for the Daily Mail).

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    • Bottle £32.00
    • Bottle Case £384.00
  • Champagne: Dumangin Fils. Premier Cru Brut Vintage 2004

    The proper 'growers' Champagnes from J. Dumangin Fils are attracting increasing interest as opposed to the heavily branded offerings of the Grandes Marques. This vintage Champagne is only released when Gilles Dumangin believes it is readily approachable. Made from equal volumes of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, this alluring wine will age well for at least a decade if sympathetically cellared.

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    • Bottle £39.00
    • Bottle Case £468.00
  • Champagne: Dumangin Fils. Rosé

    Coral pink in colour, this is a full-bodied rosé Champagne. It has a fine mousse and displays aromas of red-berry fruit followed by a palate of blackcurrants and raspberries prior to a dry finish.

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    • Bottle £34.00
    • Bottle Case £408.00
  • Champagne: Dumangin Fils. Vinothèque Extra Dry Premier Cru Millésime 1996

    Full-bodied, with honeyed touches, this is an exceptional vintage Champagne of great character and finesse. The finish is long, with a delicious biscuity after taste. It recently scored 95/100 in the French wine guide 'Gilbert & Gaillard', an equal score to Dom Perignon’s Oenothèque 1996 (which is twice the price).

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    • Bottle £125.00
    • Bottle Case £1,500.00
  • Coteaux de l'Ardèche: Cépage Chardonnay 2013

    A refreshing, unoaked Chardonnay from the Ardèche, a happy hunting ground for well-made and keenly priced wines. It's a stalwart crowd-pleaser that's ideal for serving at buffets and drinks parties.

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    • Bottle £9.95
    • Bottle Case £119.40
  • 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 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 Limoux Brut Cuvée Selection

    Philippe Collin, the son of a Champenois, makes this bottle-fermented sparkling wine from 'Champagne grapes' Pinot Noir & Chardonnay in the Limoux region. The fine mousse and clean finish of this excellent Crémant de Limoux belie its Seventies label and humble price tag.

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    • Bottle £12.50
    • Bottle Case £150.00
  • Crozes Hermitage Blanc: Alain Graillot 2014

    An elegant blend of Marsanne and Roussanne from one of the Rhône's leading winemakers. Not for nothing is this a favourite Rhône white of many a wine journalist.

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    • Bottle £21.50
    • Bottle Case £258.00
  • 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
  • Hermitage: Jean-Louis Chave Blanc 2010

    "As for the 2010 Hermitage Blanc, it is an exquisite wine with fabulous fruit intensity. Lots of acacia flower, anise, quince, fig and pineapple intermixed with a hint of white peaches emerge from this well-delineated, full-bodied, enormously endowed, complex, dry white Hermitage. This wine lives up to the reputation bestowed on it by President Thomas Jefferson when he said in the 1780s that white Hermitages were France’s greatest white wine. The 2010 should drink well for 30-40+ years." 97/100. Robert Parker - Wine Advocate - De

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    • Bottle £175.00
    • Bottle Case £2,100.00
  • 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
  • Jurançon Moelleux: Domaine Bellegarde 2012

    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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    • Half Bottle £8.95
    • Half Bottle Case £214.80
  • 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
  • Meursault: Stéphane Brocard 2013

    This magnificent white Burgundy from Stéphane Brocard, is a crisp, yet full-flavoured and rich Chardonnay. It would partner a roast 'Bresse' chicken to perfection.

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    • Bottle £29.50
    • Bottle Case £354.00
  • Pouilly-Fuissé: Stéphane Brocard 2013

    This elegant Chardonnay from Stéphane Brocard hails from Pouilly Fuissé in the Mâconnais subregion of Burgundy, and this more southerly location makes it richer, fleshier and more gastronomic than his Bourgogne Chardonnay. A fine pairing for smoked fish.

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    • Bottle £19.95
    • Bottle Case £239.40
  • Saint Péray Mousseux Brut: Domaine Biguet

    Made from pure Marsanne that is bottle-fermented in the méthode traditionelle, then hand-riddled in wooden pupitres. Like many good sparkling wines, it will cellar well for a year or two and makes a cracking accompaniment to canapés - smoked salmon or gougères would be ideal.

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    • Bottle £18.95
    • Bottle Case £227.40
  • Saint Péray: Domaine Biguet 'Nature' 2012

    The Saint Péray: Nature has a bouquet of white peaches with some faint herbal undertones and a bright palate of soft, stone-fruit underscored by some attractive mineral notes.

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    • Bottle £16.95
    • Bottle Case £203.40
  • Saint-Pourçain: Cuvée Printanière Blanc 2013

    This popular, mid-weight white wine from the Auvergne has subtle citrus aromas, fresh, zesty fruit flavours and a crisp and clean finish.

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    • Bottle £9.95
    • Bottle Case £119.40
  • Saumur Mousseux Brut

    Classic, toasty, aromas precede a palate of ripe orchard fruit. The fresh, lively mousse gives way to a clean, crisp finish.

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    • Bottle £12.75
    • Bottle Case £153.00
  • Yapp Champagne

    Our popular own label 'Yapp' Champagne, which is made from a blend of 50% Pinot Meunier and 25% each of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. It is a fresh, light, uplifting wine that has a fine expression of fruit and does not demand any food accompaniment.

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    • Bottle £29.00
    • Bottle Case £348.00