Marc Angeli's principal cuvee in volume terms, is a Chenin Blanc called 'La Lune' that has a wonderful 'pear flan' bouquet and a rich, complex palate of dried fruits and grilled nuts with subtle undertones of honey and vanilla.
- Bottle £19.50
- Bottle Case £234.00
Cabernet d'Anjou from Château La Tomaze - salmon-pink in colour, with fresh, inviting, crushed-raspberry aromas, the merest hint of pepper, and a juicy palate for carefree summer drinking.
- Bottle £9.50
- Bottle Case £114.00
Pale, crisp and bone dry with a clean, almost briney, palate and delicate ‘sea air’ bouquet.
- Bottle £8.95
- Bottle Case £107.40
There's Muscadet, and then there's Muscadet. The Chereau's bone dry Muscadet 'de Sevre et Maine' and 'Sur Lie' has been consistently excellent since we first shipped it 40 years ago.
Not only is it a briny, failsafe accompaniment to all manner of fruits de mer, but it is readily identifiable by its distinctive label designed by Quentin Blake, depicting a sporting Bacchanalian couple.
- Bottle £9.95
- Bottle Case £119.40