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  1. Chinon: Domaine Jean-Maurice Raffault Rosé 2019

    Chinon: Domaine Jean-Maurice Raffault Rosé 2019

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    The 20 best rosé wines to buy this summer
    There is a real joy to this Loire rosé, which dances brightly and fragrantly out of the glass, a mass of crunchy redcurrants and perfumed redcurrant leaves. Dry, but quite deeply coloured, this would go beautifully with lamb chops griddled on the barbecue, lamb burgers or a pomegranate and chicken salad. A delight.

    Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 29th May 2020
    Bottle
    £12.95
    Bottle (Case)
    £155.40
  2. Côtes du Luberon: Château la Canorgue Blanc 2019

    Côtes du Luberon: Château la Canorgue Blanc 2019

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    The 20 best rosé wines to buy this summer
    Château La Canorgue sits just beneath the hilltop village of Bonnieux in the heart of the Luberon. This richly coloured rosé is full-flavoured but completely dry, with luscious flavours of baked raspberries and a slight whiff of biscuity pastry. The grapes are grenache and syrah. This would be gorgeous with a burger or blackened kebabs.

    Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 29th May 2020
    Bottle
    £16.25
    Bottle (Case)
    £195.00
  3. Vin de Corse Sartène Rosé: Domaine Saparale 2019

    Vin de Corse Sartène Rosé: Domaine Saparale 2019

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    The 20 best rosé wines to buy this summer
    Provence rosé fans are increasingly catching on to the fact that Corsica also makes superb pale pink wines. Well, Yapp was there first. This is a perennial favourite: it has a purity, a finesse and a clean, savoury, herbal cut that rivals the best from Provence. It also sells out fast, so act quickly.

    Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 29th May 2020
    Bottle
    £17.50
    Bottle (Case)
    £210.00
  4. Cassis: Clos Sainte Magdeleine Rosé 2019

    Cassis: Clos Sainte Magdeleine Rosé 2019

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    The 20 best rosé wines to buy this summer
    A magical wine made close to the fishing town of Cassis, this is at once weightless, so light in the mouth, but also complex (they use natural yeast) and one of those invisibly persistent spider’s silk wines that has more to it than you initially realise. Or can explain. Utter bliss.

    Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 29th May 2020
    Bottle
    £23.75
    Bottle (Case)
    £285.00
  5. Alsace: Léon Beyer 'La Cuvée' 2018

    Alsace: Léon Beyer 'La Cuvée' 2018

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    Three of the Best: Vinous staples
    The wines of Alsace are woefully underrated - they're so versatile, food-friendly and, well, so darn tasty. This blend of Muscat and Riesling from a family that has been making wine since 1580 is a real crowd-pleaser: aromatic, crisp, lively and wonderfully refreshing.

    Jonathan Ray - Spears magazine, May 2020
    Bottle
    £13.95
    Bottle (Case)
    £167.40
  6. Crozes Hermitage Blanc: Alain Graillot 2018

    Crozes Hermitage Blanc: Alain Graillot 2018

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    A classic, age-worthy effort, the 2018 Crozes-Hermitage Blanc offers complex notes of honeyed apples and crushed citrus intermixed with notes of sappy green herbs, crushed stone, and spice. This medium-bodied, lively white has good acidity, a supple, elegant texture, no hard edges, and a great finish. Drink 2020 - 2024 . 90/100.

    Jeb Dunnuck - jebdunnuck.com
    Bottle
    £24.75
    Bottle (Case)
    £297.00
  7. Château Simone Rosé 2017

    Château Simone Rosé 2017

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    Coming up rosé: the best pink wines
    Not everything in the region speaks in whispers or paints in pastels, however. Château Simon Rosé, Palette, Provence 2017 has its own inimitable style, with the herb-flecked, red-fruited intensity of a southern French red, but the freshness and energy of a white, it’s a seriously fine wine with a distinctive wildness that calls to mind Elizabeth David’s description of Provencal cuisine: "civilised, without being over-civilised".

    David WIlliams - The Guardian, 17th May 2020
    Bottle
    £39.75
    Bottle (Case)
    £477.00
  8. Savoie: Domaine de L'Idylle Mondeuse 'Le Tithonien' 2018

    Savoie: Domaine de L'Idylle Mondeuse 'Le Tithonien' 2018

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    Wine o'clock
    Made from Savoie’s local Mondeuse grape, this is a glorious, purply-red Alpine wine with a fragrance of violets, vibrant, supple, summer-berry fruit, a twist of savoury black pepper and barely 12% alcohol. It’s especially delicious when lightly chilled and is adaptable with all kinds of food — try with charcuterie, tuna, lamb cutlets, hard cheeses or pizza. (4.5/5 Stars).

    Joanna Simon - Platinum magazine, June 2020.
    Bottle
    £14.25
    Bottle (Case)
    £171.00
  9. Sancerre: Domaine André Vatan 'Les Perriers' Blanc 2018

    Sancerre: Domaine André Vatan 'Les Perriers' Blanc 2018

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    Panel Review: Loire Sauvignon Blanc
    Vivacious and bright floral characters intermingled with greengage and a zesty lemon acidity. Drink 2020-2030. 89 points.

    Panel Tasting - Decanter Magazine, June 2020
    Bottle (Case)
    £222.00
    Bottle
    £18.50
  10. Menetou Salon: Domaine Jean Teiller Blanc 2018

    Menetou Salon: Domaine Jean Teiller Blanc 2018

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    Panel Review: Loire Sauvignon Blanc
    A biscuity, pastry-like warmth with a citrus and floral vibrancy running through like a dart. Drink 2020-22. 87 points.

    Panel Tasting - Decanter Magazine, June 2020
    Bottle
    £16.50
    Bottle (Case)
    £198.00
    Half Bottle
    £8.95
    Half Bottle (Case)
    £214.80

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