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.
Chateau Bouscasse Vendemiaire 'Alain Brumont' 50cl Half Litre, 2010Part of Brumont's late-harvested wine selection, "Vendemiaire" (harvested in October the name is taken from the French revolutionary calendar), Brumont has provided a real challenge to Jurancon and given the World of sweet wines a remarkably new balance and flavour. Learn More£18.50
Domaine de l'Ancienne Cure Monbazillac 50cl Half Litre, 2009Fine nose hinting at the complexity of fruit‐tropical fruits, pineapples apricots and coconut wood and honey. Concentrated sweet fruit and honey on the palate. Extraordinary mouth feel, length and balance. Learn More