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  1. Tavel: Domaine Maby 'La Forcadière' 2020

    Tavel: Domaine Maby 'La Forcadière' 2020

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    Tasting notes
    Cherry-menthol cough-sweet aroma and pretty much exactly that on the palate. Fun. Well balanced. A lovely river-pebble texture. Playful but intent. 16.5/20.

    Tamlyn Currin - JancisRobinson.com
    Bottle
    £14.90
    Bottle (Case)
    £178.80
  2. AOC Fleurie: Domaine de Fa 2018

    AOC Fleurie: Domaine de Fa 2018

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    Bright violet. A highly perfumed bouquet evokes ripe red and blue fruits, baking spices and a smoky mineral overtone. In an elegant, precise style for the vintage, offering appealingly sweet black raspberry, cherry, lavender pastille and allspice flavors that show excellent depth as well as energy. An undercurrent of juicy acidity adds nerve to the impressively long, floral-dominated finish, which echoes the spicy notes. Drinking window: 2023 - 2031. 93/100.

    Josh Raynolds - vinous.com
    Bottle
    £22.00
    Bottle (Case)
    £264.00
  3. Beaujolais en Besset: Domaine de Fa 2018

    Beaujolais en Besset: Domaine de Fa 2018

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    vinous.com
    Vivid ruby. Ripe red and dark berry scents are complicated by subtle mineral, smoked meat and floral notes. Supple, broad and appealingly sweet, offering juicy blackberry and floral pastille flavors and a hint of gaminess. Closes long and spicy, with even tannins that build slowly and add final grip. Drinking window: 2021 - 2026. 90/100.

    Josh Raynolds - vinous.com
    Bottle
    £15.80
    Bottle (Case)
    £189.60
  4. AOC Saint-Amour: Domaine de Fa 2018

    AOC Saint-Amour: Domaine de Fa 2018

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    vinous.com
    Limpid ruby. Mineral-tinged cherry, black raspberry and violet aromas are complemented by a spicy nuance that builds as the wine opens up. Sappy and chewy in texture, offering ripe but surprisingly lively dark berry and cherry preserve flavors and a hint of licorice. The floral quality repeats strongly an impressively long finish that features harmonious tannins and a hint of allspice. Drinking window: 2022 - 2028. 92/100.

    Josh Raynolds - vinous.com
    Bottle
    £23.75
    Bottle (Case)
    £285.00
  5. Côtes du Roussillon: Domaine Ferrer-Ribière 'Cuvée Tradition' 2017

    Côtes du Roussillon: Domaine Ferrer-Ribière 'Cuvée Tradition' 2017

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    Regional profile: Roussillon plus 12 top wines worth seeking out
    Rounded, spicy fruit on the nose, and on the palate ripe black berry fruit. Warming without being heavy, with a balancing streak of tannin. Easy-drinking blend, conjuring up the warmth of the Roussillon countryside – a great introduction to the region. Drinking Window 2020 - 2030. 92/100.

    Rosemary George MW - Decanter.com
    Bottle
    £13.25
    Bottle (Case)
    £159.00
  6. AOC Terrasses du Larzac: Domaine de Montcalmès Rouge 2017

    AOC Terrasses du Larzac: Domaine de Montcalmès Rouge 2017

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    Decanter
    A expressive and plush nose - ripe black berries, liquorice, cedar, crushed rose and coffee scents. The palate is soft but supple with fine but tense tannins, cherry, prune, blackberries and pomegranate flavours coarse through - so rich but juicy and finessed. Spices linger on the sides of the mouth, vanilla, cedar, eucalyptus and thyme giving nuance and a sense of place. It's seductive and needs time to air before drinking and ideally paired with roast lamb, strong cheese dishes or autumnal truffle-heavy meals. A lovely wine that I wanted to keep tasting and savouring - plus great ageing potential. A Languedoc estate worth taking note of - this is made by Frédéric Pourtalié who trained under Alain Graillot in Crozes-Hermitage and Laurent Vaillé at Domaine de la Grange des Pères, producing his first vintage in 1999. A blend of Syrah, Mourvèdre and Grenache , all vinified separately and matured in former Romané-Conti oak barrels for 24 months. Drink 2020 – 2035. 94/100.

    Georgina Hindle - Decanter.com
    Bottle
    £29.75
    Bottle (Case)
    £357.00
    Magnum
    £65.00
    Magnum (Case)
    £390.00
  7. Saint-Joseph: Equis 2018

    Saint-Joseph: Equis 2018

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    The Wine Advocate
    As usual, the 2018 Saint Joseph comes from a single grower in St-Jean de Muzols, and it was mostly destemmed. Crushed stone notes join black cherries on the ripe nose, while the medium to full-bodied palate is silky and fine. Drink Date: 2020 - 2027. 91-93/100.

    Joe Czerwinski - robertparker.com
    Bottle
    £26.50
    Bottle (Case)
    £318.00
  8. Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence: Domaine des Oullières Blanc 2020

    Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence: Domaine des Oullières Blanc 2020

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    Tasting Notes
    Who says Provence is all about rosé? This is a cracking little Summer wine from just north-west of Aix-en-Provence. It’s a blend of Grenache Blanc and Vermintino, the latter a grape variety I whole heartedly recommend drinking more of. It is pure, elegant and refined. On the night when fish is on the menu this is your absolute go to wine.

    Will Lyons
    Bottle
    £13.25
    Bottle (Case)
    £159.00
  9. Picpoul de Pinet: Domaine Gaujal 2020

    Picpoul de Pinet: Domaine Gaujal 2020

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    Tasting Notes
    Made down in the Languedoc, east of Narbonne, Picpoul de Pinet translates as lip stinger due to its lively, mouthwatering acidity. Domaine Gaujal is a rarity in that it is an independent producer who certainly dials up the quality a notch or two with a little more weight and texture on the palate. But the overall style is super dry and crisp with a saline, salty flavour and a brisk finish.

    Will Lyons
    Bottle
    £12.75
    Bottle (Case)
    £153.00
  10. Bergerac: Domaine l'Ancienne Cure 'Jour de Fruit' Blanc Sec 2019

    Bergerac: Domaine l'Ancienne Cure 'Jour de Fruit' Blanc Sec 2019

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    Tasting Notes
    Christian Roche is perhaps better known for making intense and interesting sweet wine in Monbazillac but look a little closer and you’ll find he also produces a stunning, tangy dry white wine from a Bordeaux blend. Exuding vitality, it is simply ideal to pull from the fridge and open up an evening.

    Will Lyons
    Bottle
    £12.95
    Bottle (Case)
    £155.40

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