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  1. Crozes Hermitage Rouge: Alain Graillot 2018

    Crozes Hermitage Rouge: Alain Graillot 2018

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    Wine Spectator
    Alluring, with alder, juniper and bay leaf aromas already pulling you in before the crushed cherry and plum fruit shows itself. An iron note curls around the finish, pulling everything together and bringing you back for more. Drink now through 2028. 6,500 cases made, 600 cases imported. 93/100.

    James Miolesworth - Wine Spectator
    Bottle
    £24.95
    Bottle (Case)
    £299.40
  2. Côtes du Roussillon: Les Sorcières du Clos des Fées Rouge 2018

    Côtes du Roussillon: Les Sorcières du Clos des Fées Rouge 2019

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    Wines of the Month
    This blend of syrah, with old vine grenache and carignan delivers big density of primary flavours. Enticing, multiple aromas of black pepper, red plum, liquorice root, sweet dry earth and blackberry, meld with rich, fresh fruit flavours on the palate. This layered wine is remarkably easy to drink for a wine od such big flavour, freshened with acidity. Drink with: venison and green lentils.

    Sally Easton MW - France magazine, January 2021
    Bottle
    £15.95
    Bottle (Case)
    £191.40
  3. Pic Saint-Loup: Mas Bruguière 'l'Arbouse' 2018

    Pic Saint-Loup: Mas Bruguière 'l'Arbouse' 2018

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    Pick of the Pic: Jefford's dozen to try
    If you're looking for elegance, delicacy and aromatic finesse in a Languedoc red, allied with a firm, gastronomic structure, ample length and the classic herbal notes and cleansingly bitter-edged finish which this appellation can deliver so memorably, look no further than L'Arbouse. The tannins are Rhône-like; the fruit almost Burgundian. Drink 2021-2028. 93 points.

    Andrew Jefford - Decanter Magazine, Feburary 2021
    Bottle
    £18.25
    Bottle (Case)
    £219.00
    Magnum
    £39.75
    Magnum (Case)
    £238.50
  4. Savoie: Domaine de l'Idylle 'Vieilles Vignes' Blanc 2019

    Savoie: Domaine de l'Idylle 'Vieille Vigne' Blanc 2019

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    40 of the best Christmas wines
    A beautiful white wine, from the mountainous Savoie region of France, it is made of rare Jacquère grapes, which adore the chilly foothills of the Alps. Delicate and fresh with honeysuckle and apricot notes, it is perfection as a palate-cleansing aperitif or paired with raclette or fondue.

    Matthew Jukes - Daily Mail, 14/12/2020
    Bottle
    £13.50
    Bottle (Case)
    £162.00
  5. Crozes Hermitage: Domaine Equis 'Equinoxe' 2018

    Crozes Hermitage: Domaine Equis 'Equinoxe' 2018

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    Drinks report: wines to buy now
    The Graillot family are one of the most respected in the Northern Rhône, and Maxime has been steadily carving out a reputation for himself worthy of his father Alain. This joyful syrah has the savoury, brooding complexity of the best wines in the region, with a silky 'come hither' quality from the first sip that makes for effortless drinkability.

    Zeren Wilson - Code Hosptiality, 10/12/2020
    Bottle
    £16.75
    Bottle (Case)
    £201.00
  6. Gigondas: Domaine du Grand Montmirail 'Vieilles Vignes' 2018

    Gigondas: Domaine du Grand Montmirail 'Vieilles Vignes' 2018

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    jebdunnuck.com
    While the 2018 Gigondas Vieilles Vignes won’t match the 2016 or 2017, it’s nevertheless a beautiful, outstanding Gigondas with loads of character. Its medium ruby hue is followed by a classic Gigondas nose of toasted spices, savory garrigue, dried flowers, and both red and black fruits. With medium to full-bodied richness, plenty of ripe yet silky tannins, and a great finish, it can be enjoyed today or any time over the coming decade or more. Drink 2020 - 2030. 92/100.

    Jeb Dunnuck - jebdunnuck.com
    Bottle
    £19.95
    Bottle (Case)
    £239.40
  7. Savoie: Domaine de l'Idylle 'Vieilles Vignes' Blanc 2019

    Savoie: Domaine de l'Idylle 'Vieille Vigne' Blanc 2019

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    Jancis Robinson’s guide to the best festive whites
    Light, fresh and just the right side of watery because there is so much delicate fruit, with a hint of alpine flowers. Pure Savoie. This would make a lovely aperitif and is relatively low in alcohol.

    Jancis Robinson OBE, MW - FT.com, 5/12/2020
    Bottle
    £13.50
    Bottle (Case)
    £162.00
  8. Monbazillac: Domaine de l'Ancienne Cure 2018

    Monbazillac: Domaine de l'Ancienne Cure 2018

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    The 20 best wines for Christmas 2020
    To sip with the stilton, match a dessert, or sip luxuriantly on its own, this is a gorgeously rich but tangily balanced late-harvest sweet wine from the Monbazillac appellation in Bergerac that mixes honey, toffee and orange marmalade.

    David Williams - The Guardian, November 2020
    Bottle
    £15.95
    Bottle (Case)
    £191.40
    Half Bottle
    £9.75
    Half Bottle (Case)
    £234.00
  9. Beaujolais en Besset: Domaine de Fa 2018

    Beaujolais en Besset: Domaine de Fa 2018

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    The Wine Advocate
    Rich aromas of plums, wild berries, smoked meats, rose hips and spices introduce the 2018 Beaujolais En Besset, a medium-bodied, ample and fleshy wine that's round and enveloping, with ripe acids and melting tannins. Gourmand and savory, this will drink well young. Drink 2020 - 2022. 88/100.

    William Kelley - robertparker.com
    Bottle
    £16.25
    Bottle (Case)
    £195.00
  10. AOC Saint-Amour: Domaine de Fa 2018

    AOC Saint-Amour: Domaine de Fa 2018

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    The Wine Advocate
    Bursting with inviting aromas of raspberries, dark chocolate and rose petals, the 2018 Saint-Amour is medium to full-bodied, fleshy and textural, with a lavish core of succulent fruit that's framed by ripe and powdery tannins. This will drink well young. Drink 2020 - 2022. 90/100.

    William Kelley - robertparker.com
    Bottle
    £23.75
    Bottle (Case)
    £285.00

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