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  • Châteauneuf du Pape: Domaine du Père Caboche - Elisabeth Chambellan 2012

    "Even better than the classic cuvée, the 2012 Châteauneuf du Pape Elisabeth Chambellan Vieilles Vignes is made from 80% Grenache and 20% Syrah that was aged in equal parts foudre and concrete tank. It's is a ripe, muscular effort that has plenty of black raspberry, blackberry, licorice, toasted bread and licorice. Impressive on all accounts, enjoy this medium to full-bodied, rounded, textured and classic Châteauneuf du Pape over the coming decade." 91/100. Jeb Dunnuck, The Wine Advocate - Oct 2014.

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    • Bottle £26.95
    • Bottle Case £323.40
  • Châteauneuf du Pape: Domaine du Père Caboche Blanc 2015

    Rare white Châteauneuf-du-Pape represents less than 5% of the AOC production and this refreshingly oak-free example is one of the best around!

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    • Bottle £19.50
    • Bottle Case £234.00
  • Châteauneuf du Pape: Domaine du Père Caboche Rouge 2010

    "The charismatic mayor of Chateauneuf du Pape, Jean-Pierre Boisson, bottles early and makes some of the most delicious and alluring wines of the appellation. They are not meant for long-term aging, but rather to be drunk in their first 5-8 years of life." Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate

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    • Magnum £53.00
    • Magnum Case £318.00
  • Châteauneuf du Pape: Domaine du Père Caboche Rouge 2012

    "It's a forward, supple and sweetly fruited effort that offers up loads of kirsch, garrigue, licorice and pepper on the nose. Playing in the medium-bodied, elegant spectrum, it will evolve nicely for 7-8 years." 91/100. Jeb Dunnuck, www.eroberparker.com - Oct 2014.

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    • Half Bottle £12.25
    • Half Bottle Case £294.00
  • Châteauneuf du Pape: Domaine du Père Caboche Rouge 2013

    "A blend of 80% Grenache, 15% Syrah and 5% Mourvèdre, the 2013 Châteauneuf du Pape is a pretty, elegant and old school-styled Châteauneuf that offers plenty of garrigue, cured meats, mulberries, and dried cherry-like aromas and flavors. Completely destemmed and aged in equal parts foudre and stainless steel tanks, drink this medium-bodied, forward and nicely textured 2013 over the coming 7-8 years." 88/100. Jeb Dunnuck, www.eroberparker.com - Oct 2015.

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    • Bottle £21.95
    • Bottle Case £263.40
  • Châteauneuf du Pape: Domaine Saint Gayan 2009

    A silky Châteauneuf from Gigondas guru, Jean-Pierre Meffre, who owns half a hectare of vines in the north-east sector of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, sandwiched between Beaucastel and Domaine de la Janasse at Courthèzon. Recently tasted at the domaine, the 2009 vintage is in full swing and will provide splendid drinking this winter.

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    • Bottle £19.50
    • Bottle Case £234.00
  • Châteauneuf du Pape: Le Vieux Donjon Blanc 2014

    "The 2014 Châteauneuf du Pape Blanc is another outstanding white from this estate. Made from equal parts Clairette and Roussanne raised all in stainless steel, it gives up classy notes of honeysuckle, tangerine, lemon rind and a kiss of minerality. Bright, fresh and elegant, it continues to gain depth and richness with air, has plenty of fruit and a great finish. Drink it over the coming couple of years." 91/100. Jeb Dunnuck, eRobertParker.com - Oct 2015.

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    • Bottle £33.00
    • Bottle Case £396.00
  • Châteauneuf du Pape: Le Vieux Donjon Rouge 2012

    "A classic wine from this estate, the 2012 Châteauneuf du Pape has beautiful kirsch, roasted meat, ground pepper and assorted wild herbs and lavender aromatics, medium to full-bodied richness, and a tight, structured and nicely concentrated palate. Give it 2-3 years and enjoy bottles through 2024." 92/100. Jeb Dunnuck, The Wine Advocate - Oct 2014.

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    • Bottle £32.00
    • Bottle Case £384.00
  • Châteauneuf du Pape: Le Vieux Donjon Rouge 2013

    "What should be a very good wine, the 2013 Châteauneuf du Pape has classic pepper, wet stone, iron, bouquet garni and dark fruit to go with a firm, structured and tannic feel on the palate. Made from 65% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 15% Mourvedre and 5% Cinsault that’s vinified in concrete tanks and aged 15 months in ancient foudre, it will be best with short-term cellaring." 87-89/100. Drink: 2016 - 2025.Jeb Dunnuck, The Wine Advocate - Oct 2014.

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    • Half Bottle £16.50
    • Half Bottle Case £396.00
  • Clairette de Die: Domaine Achard-Vincent 'Tradition'

    This organic Clairette de Die is a gentle sparkling wine low in alcohol making it a peerless mid-morning restorative and a great wine for picnics and garden parties. The classic food accompaniment is walnuts (which thrive locally) but it is well suited to all manner of cakes and fruit-based desserts.

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    • Bottle £16.25
    • Bottle Case £195.00
  • Crémant de Die: Brut

    Crémant de Die Brut - a light, dry sparkling wine with aromas of orchard fruit preceding a palate of russet apples and pears underscored by minerally nuances followed by a fresh, clean finish.

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    • Bottle £16.95
    • Bottle Case £203.40
  • Hermitage: Alain Graillot 2013

    Esteemed Crozes Hermitage winemaker, Alain Graillot, farms a few rows of vines on the famous hill of Hermitage. It is well worth trying this supple, relatively forward-drinking wine that is a bargain by Hermitage standards.

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    • Bottle £49.00
    • Bottle Case £588.00
  • 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
  • Hermitage: Pascal Frères 2010

    Like all top-drawer négociants, the ever-reliable Yves Cheron (aka Pascal Frères) secures an allocation of Cru wines in the great years, as well as the lesser ones. So we were delighted recently to taste his red 2010 from the legendary Northern Rhône Cru of Hermitage. We drank it, we loved it and we bought it... all. It is a silky, spicy, seductive delight that could be approached now, but will age gracefully for at least a decade.

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    • Bottle £39.00
    • Bottle Case £468.00