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  1. Saumur: Domaine Filliatreau Château Fouquet Rouge 2018

    Saumur: Domaine Filliatreau Château Fouquet Rouge 2018

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    The 35 best wines for Easter
    Jason Yapp, of Yapp Brothers, is a great aficionado of cabernet franc with pink lamb: “I’ve been hard-wired to that for as long as I can remember, it’s a winning combination, though I really don’t like cabernet franc at ambient temperature – it needs to be cooler.” Try Yapp’s Domaine Filliatreau Château Fouquet Rouge 2018, Saumur, France which is quite plush as it’s from a warm vintage.

    Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 28th March 2021
    Bottle
    £15.25
    Bottle (Case)
    £183.00
  2. Chinon: Francis et Françoise Desbourdes 'L'Arpenty' 2020

    Chinon: Francis et Françoise Desbourdes 'L'Arpenty' 2020

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    The 35 best wines for Easter
    A beautifully perky Loire cabernet franc that tastes like summer pudding.

    Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 28th March 2021
    Bottle
    £14.75
    Bottle (Case)
    £177.00
  3. Vouvray: Jean-Claude & Didier Aubert Sec 2018

    Vouvray: Jean-Claude & Didier Aubert Sec 2018

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    vinous.com
    A mouth-filling, round style that's easy to drink, the 2018 Sec offers ripe apple fruit, pear and floral charm, but there's an element of persistence and power from the flint component of the vineyard. It's technically dry but offers plenty of tender ripeness. 88/100. Drink 2021 - 2027.

    Rebecca Gibb MW - vinous.com
    Bottle
    £14.50
    Bottle (Case)
    £174.00
  4. Vouvray Mousseux Brut

    Vouvray Mousseux Brut

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    vinous.com
    An easy, fruity, rather ripe style for a sparkling wine, which you can probably attribute to the vintage. The 2018 Brut Réserve shows baked apple and pear fruit alongside creamy notes. After 12 months on lees, it is the ripe fruit rather than the autolytic characters that dominate. Round and supple, with a nice line of acidity that ties things up. Dosage of 6g/L. 86/100.

    Rebecca Gibb MW - vinous.com
    Bottle
    £16.95
    Bottle (Case)
    £203.40
  5. Vouvray: Jean-Claude & Didier Aubert Demi-Sec 2018

    Vouvray: Jean-Claude & Didier Aubert Demi-Sec 2018

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    vinous.com
    A pure, fine, easy-drinking style, the 2018 Demi-Sec has plenty of opening sweetness (26/L residual sugar) and generosity, filling the palate and offering a sweet embrace. Easy to like, although the fruit is fairly straightforward in its apple-like characters. Good grip and firm freshness on the finish. 86/100. Drink 2021 - 2026.

    Rebecca Gibb MW - vinous.com
    Bottle
    £14.50
    Bottle (Case)
    £174.00
  6. Chinon: Domaine Jean-Maurice Raffault Blanc 2019

    Chinon: Domaine Jean-Maurice Raffault Blanc 2019

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    vinous.com
    This appellation is better known for red wine, but 2% is planted to Chenin Blanc, and here we have one example of the latter. The 2019 Chenin Blanc is not about vibrant aromatics, which are subtle at most, but the round mouthfeel and sense of weight on the palate derived from the clay-limestone soils. A medium-bodied style with some almond-like flavors and a hint of cooked apple, reminding me of a good Soave. It's quiet and restrained, offering a gentle level of fine acidity and mouthcoating structure. 89/100. Drink 2021 - 2025.

    Rebecca Gibb MW - vinous.com
    Bottle
    £15.25
    Bottle (Case)
    £183.00
  7. Saint-Joseph: Jean-Louis Chave Sélection 'Offerus' Rouge 2018

    Saint-Joseph: Jean-Louis Chave Sélection 'Offerus' Rouge 2018

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    jebdunnuck.com
    The 2018 Saint Joseph Offerus is similarly purple/ruby-hued and has a tighter, more mineral-drive style compared to the Crozes, which is exactly what you would expect between these two appellations. Beautiful blue fruits, violets, flowers, and wet granite-like notes give way to a medium-bodied, vibrant, nicely concentrated Saint Joseph that shines for its balance, purity, and length. It will keep for a decade, although there's no need to delay gratification.91/100

    Jeb Dunnuck - jebdunnuck.com
    Bottle
    £24.00
    Bottle (Case)
    £288.00
  8. Yapp Côtes du Rhône Red 2019

    Yapp Côtes du Rhône Red 2019

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    50 of the best spring red and white wines for £10 and under
    A sumptuous red, like a ball of crimson velvet. Made by the excellent Vignerons Ardechois, it’s a grenache-syrah blend scented like fresh and cooked raspberries with undertones of cocoa.

    Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 21st March 2021
    Bottle
    £9.35
    Bottle (Case)
    £112.20
  9. Bordeaux: Domaine de Chevalier 'L’Esprit de Chevalier' 2015

    Bordeaux: Domaine de Chevalier 'L’Esprit de Chevalier' 2015

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    Wine Reviews
    This is a delicious second wine, one to get hold of and enjoy over the next five to seven years. It's luscious black fruits are effortless. 90 points. Drink 2018 - 2025.

    Jane Anson, Decanter.com
    Half Bottle
    £19.50
    Half Bottle (Case)
    £468.00
  10. Bordeaux: Domaine de Chevalier 'L’Esprit de Chevalier' 2015

    Bordeaux: Domaine de Chevalier 'L’Esprit de Chevalier' 2015

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    vinous.com
    The 2015 Esprit de Chevalier has an attractive bouquet with blackberry, bilberry, crushed chalk and cedar aromas that feel focused and intense. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin and a fine bead of acidity, quite elegant in style with a smooth and rounded finish. Delightful. Tasted blind at the Southwold 2015 Bordeaux tasting. 91 points.

    Neal Martin - vinous.com, July 2019
    Half Bottle
    £19.50
    Half Bottle (Case)
    £468.00

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