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  1. Côtes du Vivarais: Vignerons Ardéchois 'Grand Aven' 2019

    Côtes du Vivarais: Vignerons Ardéchois 'Grand Aven' 2019

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    30 of the best red, white and sparkling wines to drink this summer
    A classic Yapp red, this one’s a hearty blend of syrah and grenache that sings of the Rhône, of sun-dried herbs and ripe red and black berries. Côtes du Vivarais is an appellation in the southern Rhône.

    Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 14th June 2021
    Bottle
    £11.25
    Bottle (Case)
    £135.00
  2. Crozes Hermitage: Domaine Equis 'Equinoxe' 2019

    Crozes Hermitage: Domaine Equis 'Equinoxe' 2019

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    Wednesday Wines – Episode 63
    The Equis range is a diffusion brand belonging to the Graillot family (Domaine Graillot is the number one, legendary Crozes for serious dinners!) and it is masterminded by Maxime Graillot and Thomas Schmittel. They set out to capture the essence of Crozes without having to cellar the wines for years on end. Forward-drinking, granite-soaked, deeply earthy and laden with blackberries and cracked white pepper, this is a wine which is unnervingly easy to drink at only two years of age and what’s more it chills extremely well, too! This makes Equinoxe a stellar 'intellectual' red for summer lunch parties because it drinks perfectly out of a cooler with char-grilled dishes and then as the sun dips down behind the horizon, it can be placed on the table and drunk cool, as opposed to cold, with leftovers and, hopefully, a delicious chunk of mature cheddar!

    Matthew Jukes - matthewjukes.com - 9th June 2021
    Bottle
    £17.75
    Bottle (Case)
    £213.00
  3. Bandol: Mas de la Rouvière Rosé 2020

    Bandol: Mas de la Rouvière Rosé 2020

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    Wednesday Wines – Episode 63
    My goodness me, this is a blast from the past! I think I listed this wine on the Bibendum Restaurant back in 1990! You will already be aware that Bandol rosé is one of only a handful of styles of pink wine which can actually age. Mas de la Rouvière is no exception and Yapp has a 2017 magnum on the wine list! Having said this, I rather like them young while they are packed with acidity and energy. Organically grown, 13.5% alcohol and paler than many, this is a fresh style without the overt muscle one sees in other Bandol wines. But appearances are always deceptive because while it looks innocent enough, there is a full-framed wine, albeit draped in watermelon and rhubarb accoutrements, hiding here. Chill it down and this is a feisty aperitif designed to drink with complex canapés, but allow it to warm a few degrees and it expands in the glass and in this combative state it could take down a well-seasoned tagliata, a punchy vitello di tonnato, a well-armed lobster and even a chicken drenched in truffles! Oh, and if in the unlikely event that you lose a bottle in your cellar, you can relax in the knowledge that it will age evenly until you bump into it again one day in the future!

    Matthew Jukes - matthewjukes.com - 9th June 2021
    Bottle
    £21.25
    Bottle (Case)
    £255.00
  4. Côtes de Thongue: Domaine Les Filles de Septembre Rosé 2020

    Côtes de Thongue: Domaine Les Filles de Septembre Rosé 2020

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    Tom Parker Bowles & Olly Smith: a classic country pub lunch and rocking rosé
    Glossy and classy with a hint of apricot and spice – a brilliant all-rounder.

    Olly Smith - You Magazine, 6th June 2021
    Bottle
    £11.90
    Bottle (Case)
    £142.80
  5. Cassis: Clos Sainte Magdeleine Rosé 2019

    Cassis: Clos Sainte Magdeleine Rosé 2019

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    Tasting Notes: What To Drink
    Handsome clear magnum. Certified organic blend of Grenache Noir, Cinsault and Mourvèdre. Quite a bit of tartrates suggests it has not been aggressively cold-stabilised. Delicate, subtle nose and beautifully flattering satin-smooth texture. Briney, savoury note on the finish. Acidity is not the key quality here (although there is just enough of it), it's the hedonistic texture and unfurling of that smoky fruit. Pungent finish. Drink 2021 to 2023. 16.5/20.

    Jancis Robinson OBE, MW - JancisRobinson.com
    Magnum
    £55.00
    Magnum (Case)
    £330.00
  6. Vin de Corse Sartène Rosé: Domaine Saparale 2020

    Vin de Corse Sartène Rosé: Domaine Saparale 2020

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    The 20 best rosé wines to buy this summer
    There’s a distinctly herbal, almost mineral, edge to this Corsican rosé which is made from vermentino (a white grape, the rolle of Provence) and sciaccarellu with a touch of niellucciu. Particularly good with food.

    Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 25th May 2021
    Bottle
    £17.95
    Bottle (Case)
    £215.40
  7. Cassis: Clos Sainte Magdeleine Rosé 2020

    Cassis: Clos Sainte Magdeleine Rosé 2020

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    The 20 best rosé wines to buy this summer
    Cassis is both a fishing port in Provence and the name of the wine appellation around it. This enchanting rosé is made in small quantities from grenache, cinsault and mourvèdre and it has the delicacy and also the strength of spider silk.

    Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 25th May 2021
    Bottle
    £24.50
    Bottle (Case)
    £294.00
  8. Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence: Domaine des Oullières Rosé 2020

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

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    The 20 best rosé wines to buy this summer
    The faintest hints of sandalwood and musk on the nose tell you that we are truly in Provence for this blend of grenache, cinsault and syrah made on a family estate close to Aix-en-Provence.

    Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 25th May 2021
    Bottle
    £12.95
    Bottle (Case)
    £155.40
  9. Stellenbosch: Migliarina Chenin Blanc 2019

    Stellenbosch: Migliarina Chenin Blanc 2019

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    Which wines are worth saving and which should I drink now?
    Chenin, though not necessarily South African chenin, has a real capacity to age. This elegant example, made in tiny quantities by ex sommelier Carsten Migliarina, is an exception. Stunning. Think scallops.

    Fiona Beckett - The Guardian, 21st May 2021
    Bottle
    £18.75
    Bottle (Case)
    £225.00

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