Red - Medium-bodied

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  1. Les Amis de La Baume St Chinian, 2013
    Les Amis de La Baume is an aromatic and spicy red by the renowned journalists, tasters and critics, Francois Gilbert and Philippe Gaillard. They have put their 25 years of experience into this classic red blend from the exceptional Languedoc winery, Chateau de la Baume. Generous blackberry flavours on the palate with flowery notes and garrigue. Suits cold starters, delicatessen meats, grilled fish and grilled red meats. Learn More
  2. Chateau Comtesse des Francs Bordeaux Cotes de Francs, 2013
    From a little village approximately between St Emilion and Bergerac producing well-structured red wines from Cabernet and Merlot grapes. Considerably more personality than regular Bordeaux wines. Learn More
    £14.50
  3. L' Agassant d'Agassac, Haut Medoc, 2013
    The magic touch of the wine-maker has performed miracles here, producing a wine with undeniable charm, wrapped in silky tannins over a surprisingly fruity foundation. This is a wine just made for pleasure which despite its texture is already irresistibly delicate. Learn More
  4. Chateau Escot, Medoc, 2013

    Round and supple in the mouth with a lush, toasty nose and lots of delicious cassis fruit. Moderately concentrated but balanced and firm oak tannins mark the finish. Coming well into it's own now and set to drink well into the mid-2020's.

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  5. Bouquet de Monbrison Margaux, 2013

    Bouquet de Monbrison is the second wine of Chateau Monbrison in Margaux. Produced from younger vines, it shows a lovely vigour and energy to go along with classic Margaux elegance and perfume. An unfiltered wine with ageing in 1-2 year old French oak barrels. Will continue to improve for 5-8 years.

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    £29.95
  6. Le Jardin de Petit Village Pomerol, 2013

    Coming from the famous vineyard of Chateau Petit Village in the heart of the Pomerol appellation, le Jardin de Petit Village is made exclusively with Merlot. The wine has aged in French oak barrels for 12 months. The result is an elegant, round wine with aromas of violets and red fruits.

    "Lovely wine. Continues the progression. Dark/red berry fruit with a little spice and vanilla. Palate plush and seductive. Fine, long tannins." Decanter Magazine

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    £49.50
  7. Chateau de Pizay Morgon 300cl Jeroboam, 2013
    A fruity robust wine, kirsch cherries and apricot on the palate. This Chateau is one of the finest buildings in the region, incorporating a 4 star hotel and a first class restaurant. Well rounded with a pleasing fullness on the palate. Intense garnet colour. Learn More
    £90.00
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