Rhone

Rhone
The mighty Rhone River that cuts through the French countryside and lends it name to this auspicious wine region is the uniting force of the great tracts of farmland and vineyards either side of it. Some of the oldest vineyards in France decorate the valley, and the Rhone wine region produces quality wines that can compete with some of the finest Bordeaux and Burgundy wines on the market. It was not always this way however, and as the world catches up to the true richness available in Rhone wines, there are some excellent value wines to be found.
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  1. Domaine Pradelle Crozes Hermitage Les Hirondelles, 2014
    A deep, rich, concentrated wine. Well structured with smoky overtones. Learn More
  2. Domaine Lafond Lirac La Ferme Romaine, 2016

    This is a powerful and well-structured wine with a rich, deep ruby red colour with hints of purple. The nose is complex with cinnamon, stewed fruit and Morello cherries. Following a firm and ample attack in the mouth, we can find vanilla and peppery notes which last to the finish. It is a supple and rich wine, lingering in the mouth.

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  3. Domaine Gaillard Saint Joseph, 2017

    A very elegant wine made from grapes sourced from Pierre Galliard’s St Joseph vineyards that truly expresses the diversity offered by the terroir. Made and matured on their property in the traditional method with hand harvesting and careful sorting of the grapes to ensure the highest quality. This medium bodied Syrah has delicious aromas of dark cherry, raspberry, pepper and warm spices on the nose with a vibrant, spicy palate and savoury finish.

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    £22.50
  4. Domaine Courbis Saint Joseph Blanc, 2017

    A nose packed with white flowers, honey and pear, in the mouth the attack is dry and rich with a good citrus finish. Well suited to good quality seafood!

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    £24.50
  5. Domaine Gaillard Saint Joseph Clos de Cuminaille, 2015
    Dark ruby, garnet in colour. Bursting with cherry liqueur on on the nose with some leather and meat as well as a touch of violet and basil. Medium bodied with lots of pure, juicy fruit. Learn More
    £26.50
  6. Esprit de Gigognan Chateauneuf du Pape, 2014

    This wine comes from a selection of vines with an average aged of 35 years. Hand harvested grapes and partially aged in new barrels, dense ruby colour with provocative notes sweet raspberry and black cherry fruit Made from 90% Grenache and 10% Syrah

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    £29.95
  7. Domaine Courbis Saint Joseph Les Royes, 2015
    The Les Royes Rouge is aged 100% in barrels. After 12-14 months in cask, the wine is assembled and aged for 3 additional months before bottling. Profound and complex wine with sweet black cherry-raspberry frui. Notes of minerals and smoke, and ripe tannins that give it remarkable structure. Learn More
    £32.50
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  8. Domaine Courbis Cornas Champelrose, 2016

    Youthful deep purple colour. Intense, rich spicy nose is dominated by raspberry fruit. Tasty, rich savoury palate shows good concentration and nice balance. Youthful and quite tannic.

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    £34.50
  9. Domaine Lafond Chateauneuf du Pape Roc-Epine, 2015

    An impressive Chateauneuf du Pape. Made in a modern style, it possesses plenty of up-front fruit along with a full-bodied, dense, concentrated personality. A deep ruby color is followed by a loaded Chateauneuf offering a cascade of blackberry and cherry fruit intertwined with hints of spice box, pepper, and dried Provencal herbs.

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    £35.50
  10. Chateau Gigognan Chateauneuf du Pape Clos du Roi, 2013

    This wine comes from a selection of vines with an average aged of 35 years. Hand harvested grapes and partially aged in new barrels, dense ruby colour with provocative notes sweet raspberry and black cherry fruit Made from 90% Grenache and 10% Syrah.

    Decanter World Wine Awards, Silver medal - 93 points

    A generous nose of toasted cherry fruit and sweet smoke. The palate is classy with intense juicy fruit and an aromatic finish.

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    £35.50
  11. Domaine Pierre Gaillard Saint Joseph Les Pierres, 2016

    Just as the name suggests, "Les Pierres" is a fine blend of the best barrels, selected by Pierre Gaillard. Only the best parcels with the oldest vines go into this wine. Produced separately and matured in new barrels it is only then that the best barrels are selected for the Les Pierres cuvée. A rich and smooth Syrah with dark fruit and leather aromas. With plenty of tannin, this will be a wine that will benefit from cellaring and continue developing for at least 10 years.

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    £37.50
  12. Chateau Gigognan Chateauneuf du Pape Blanc Clos du Roi, 2016

    This delicious, hand harvested white Châteauneuf-du-Pape is matured for 12 months in oak barrels. Notes of apples and white blossoms on the nose with a rich palate and great length.

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    £37.50
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