Red - Medium-bodied
Chateau Brondelle Graves 37.5cl Half Bottle, 2010One of the great wines of Bordeaux and from its oldest Chateau with 2 stars in the "Guide Hachette". A deep dark red colour with an intense bouquet and distinctive rich fruit. Agreeable, fresh toasted effect on the palate with hints of strawberry. Learn More£8.50Out of stock.
Barbera d'Alba, Villa Casetta, 2010
In the hilly area around Alba, only vineyards in the hills with suitable slopes and orientations are considered adequate for production. The terrains must be primarily clayey-calcareous or sandy-calcareous in character. DOC recognition is excluded for terrains with northern exposures and the bottoms of valleys that are flat or semi-flat. The colour of the wine is intense ruby red when young with a tendency to garnet after ageing.Learn More
Chateau Suau Cotes de Bordeaux, 2010
A fruity and full-bodied wine from Chateau Suau winemakers in the Cotes de Bordeaux-Cadillac appellations that encompass 65 hectares. Aromas of delectable dark fruits and black cherries with delicate oaky notes and hints of vanilla.Learn More
Comprised of 60% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon this elegant wine has lovely round structure and fresh lengthy finish.
Chateau Taffard Medoc, 2010
Refreshing, grassy, juicy fruit, backed up by just enough tannin and acidity. Excellent value for money compared to the Haut Medocs. A typical example of a great family run Chateau . It is getting more and more popular every year.
Bronze Medal: Concours des Feminalise Beaune 2010Learn More£14.50Out of stock.
Chateau de la Huste Fronsac, 2010
Like Saint-Emilion, just a few miles to the east, Fronsac has a picturesque landscape made up of woodland and hills. It also has a rich history reaching back hundreds of years. Chateau de la Huste is a beautiful shade of garnet-red with hints of raspberry and plum on the nose underpinned by a brambly structure and fine acidity. Medium bodied with a firm finish. This fresh and enticing wine is drinking superbly right now.
"Château de la Huste, the 18th-century property in Saillans, Fronsac, has an enchanting beauty that flows into Brigitte Rullier’s Merlot-based wines. The 40-year-old vines are grown on one of the highest parts of the town, giving the name La Huste (or “bump” in old French) to the wine. The 2009 is a blend of 90 per cent Merlot and 10 per cent Cabernet Franc, garnet red in the glass and endlessly delicious with freshly crushed raspberry, black cherry, plum and vanilla spice with smooth tannins and refreshing acidity. Wonderful to enjoy now, pair this medium-bodied wine with a hearty beef stew, roast lamb or chicken." The Independent & London Evening Standard, May 2017 (2009 vintage)