South West

South West
The wines from the South West of France are finally receiving much-deserved praise from international critics and customers for their efforts in creating some of France’s most original and unusual wines. With only few restrictions on the grape varieties that can be used, the variety of wines on offer is unparalleled. Top quality reds from Madiran, crisp refreshing whites from Gascony, and luscious sweet wines from Jurançon, the South West is the destination your glass should visit to experience a true taste of French flair and creativity.
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  1. Domaine Bordenave Jurancon Moelleux 'Harmonie' 37.5cl Half Bottle
    An amber and light coloured wine that is full of flavours including white flowers, fresh fruits, pear and white peach. Quite delicate, the mouth is tender with a beautiful fruit. Every moment drinking this wine is a pleasure! Learn More
    £8.99
  2. Caprice de Colombelle, Cotes de Gascogne, Plaimont
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    A blend of French Colombard with another native variety, Gros Manseng. Colombelle has a lovely lemon-lime bouquet and apple, with peach and melon flavours. Its zesty aromas send a wake-up call to the senses! Colombelle is ideal as an aperitif as well as with first courses. It is a perfect white wine for casual sipping during holiday parties. Colombelle is great value that merits buying by the case.

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  3. Domaine du Tariquet Cotes de Gascogne 'Classic'
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    100% of 100

    Magnificent intensity of this open wine with floral and citrus aromas and beautiful nuances of exotic fruits. The taste is round, full of ripe fruits, riche in sensations, enhanced by a frank and citrusy finish. A perfect example of lightness and balance that makes this wine a real companion of thirst and pleasure.

    "Produced at the largest family owned vineyard in France, this is a simple, fruity, immediately attractive wine. There are both citrus and more tropical fruit flavours in the wine, alongside a herbal, grassy touch from the Sauvignon Blanc and Colombard in the blend." Wine Enthusiast (2015 vintage)

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  4. Chateau Labastide 'Esprit de Labastide' Gaillac Rose

    Soft, red fruit flavours abound on the palate, combining with crisp freshness making this wine both balanced and versatile.

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  5. Chateau Petite Borie Bergerac Rouge

    A dominant Merlot blend with aromas of red fruits. This smooth drinking wine is a real pleasure with a creamy palate and round tannins. Full of fresh it is ideal to drink from now or within the next three years.

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    £10.95
  6. Chateau de la Coustarelle Cahors

    From a medal-winning producer, a deep-coloured and solid meaty red from South-East of the Bordeaux region. Bright ruby in colour with aromas of red fruits. A tannic wine that is full in the mouth but not too aggressive. Will accompany meat dishes in sauce and Mediterranean foods very well.

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  7. Plaimont 'Les Bastions' Saint Mont

    Fresh Tannat grape, blended with Pinenc and Cabernet Sauvignon. Black fruit and soft spicy notes, this wine is well balanced with well-integrated tannins. The vineyards of Saint Mont are among some of the oldest in France. The harvest is still hand picked and has been a very popular wine with many of our regular customers.

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  8. Chateau Bramefant Cotes de Bergerac 'Moelleux'

    Pierre Sadoux has been a star of the Bergerac region and produces a lighter style with the aromatic Semillon and Sauvignon grape.

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  9. Domaine Tradition Buzet
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    Tradition is a fruity and generous red wine, revealing the typicity of the terroir of the Buzet appellation. Its name pays tribute to the winemakers of Buzet who have passed on their know-how from generation to generation.

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  10. Chevalier d'Antras Madiran
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    80% of 100

    Deep and dark purple in colour. Deliciously strong fruit flavours or cherries, red berries and blackcurrant with subtle earthy tones. Produced with a minimum content of 40% Tannat grapes and complimented by the inclusion of Pinenc, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon to produce a smooth and delightful wine.

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  11. Domaine Bordenave Jurancon Sec
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    80% of 100
    One of the older properties in the heart of Jurancon! Golden colours tinged with green. A fresh palette of aromas with citrus, acacia, grapefruit and passion fruit developing into toasted almonds and truffles. The mouth is fresh, charming and full of finesse. Learn More
  12. Chateau Laurou Fronton 'Tradition'
    This wine produced in the region of Fronton which is near Toulouse, and comprised of Negrette, (to which nearly half of Fronton is planted) Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon, is meaty and full but with just enough ripe fruit to level out the earth and tannic structure. Deeply extracted in the glass the wine shows a gorgeous dark purple colour, the nose is all dark fruit and dried herbs, the palate is firm, full and assertive. A wine built for hearty sauces and meat dishes. Learn More
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