The ultimate seafood partner, produced from grapes grown on the slopes of France's highest sea cliff, the Cap Canaille. Aromas of wild herbs and a whiff of Provençal pine precede an alluring citrus palate, with an attractive, slightly-oily finish.
- Bottle £18.95
- Bottle Case £227.40
The Château Simone Blanc has a lovely dry, savoury palate, subtle scrub and herb scents and delicate resinous undertones. Unusual, attractive and very well structured.
- Bottle £35.00
- Bottle Case £420.00
The Domaine de Millet Côtes de Gascogne blanc is a dry white wine with grapefruit aromas and refreshingly tangy, unoaked fruit. This region, famous for Armagnac production, is now the source of good country wines. Domaine Millet blazed a trail for many followers, but it remains one of, if not the, best.
- Bottle £7.95
- Bottle Case £95.40
Pale, crisp and bone dry with a clean, almost briney, palate and delicate ‘sea air’ bouquet.
- Bottle £8.95
- Bottle Case £107.40