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  1. Les Decouvertes Pays d'Oc Syrah

    Syrah (Shiraz in English), a rich, dark-purple colour with an aromatic red-berry and violet nose from the estate of Vignerons du Pic.

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  2. Les Decouvertes Pays d'Oc Cabernet Sauvignon

    A bright, clear red colour, it has a subtle, light aroma and pleasant, well balanced palate from this reputable group of producers in Assas.

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  3. Les Decouvertes Pays d'Oc Merlot

    A smooth and well-balanced wine from this small estate of the Vignerons du Pic, it has an elegant fruity aroma, and a very supple palate

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  4. Saint Marc Reserve Merlot, Vin de France

    From selected vineyards in the South of France this reserve Merlot is made in a fruity and easy to drink style whilst being charming and well balanced. A dark garnet red colour with a fruity nose, mixed with spicy notes of thyme and pepper.

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  5. Les Producteurs Reunis Saint Chinian Tradition
    Enjoy this rich and spicy red featuring refreshing acidity. On the palate, it showcases fleshy tannins and a slender mouth-feel that leads into a medium length finish. Learn More
  6. Terre De Schiste, Cotes du Roussillon

    A beautiful, deep purple coloured wine that is a true expression of the terroir of Roussillon. On the nose there are delicate notes of black fruits and berries with a touch of sweet spice. On the palate, the tannins are melted and softened by a nice volume of fresh fruit. A perfect accompaniment to roast meats and cheese.

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  7. Les Fontanelles Pinot Noir, Vin de Pays d'oc

    Les Fontanelles is located in the sun kissed area of the Languedoc in Southern France. They produce some of the finest Pinot Noir grapes which are used to produce this smooth, silky ruby red wine with aromas of black cherries and blackberries. A perfect match for cold cuts, soft cheeses and poultry.

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  8. Domaine du Vieux Parc, Les Amandiers

    A delicious southern French red, the Les Amandiers rouge has a mouth-watering spicy nose with aromas of cherries and cassis. The palate is smooth and fruity with a slightly peppery finish - goes well with grilled meats and sausages.

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    £9.50
  9. L'Air de Rien Corbieres, Chateau Vieux Parc

    Corbieres is in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of southern France and is famous for it's red wines of which the majority are rich and herb-scented wines made from Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre and Carignan. This wine from Chateau Vieux Parc is no exception with its deep, ruby red colour and delicate nose of ripe red fruits with hints of thyme, lavender and spices. On the palate this delicious red is round and intense with firm tannins and a spicy finish. Enjoy with hearty meals.

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    £9.95
  10. Domaine Auzias IGP Carcassonne Rouge

    The blend of Merlot, Grenache, and Cabernet grapes in this IGP wine give a rich purple colour - almost garnet – and a ripe red-fruit nose with notes of currants with floral nuances of violet. Exhibiting the best of the Languedoc region, this wine is powerful and rich yet retains delicacy and freshness. Silky and smooth, it pairs well with any poultry or grilled meat, and stands up well to spicy food or charcuterie.

    Gold Medal: Gilbert & Gaillard Concours International 2016

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  11. Domaine des Ginestieres Minervois

    This excellent Minervois wine is a fine blend of the Grenache, Syrah and Carignan varietals from the South of France. A lively yet firm red with a fruity nose and well rounded palate that has some spicy notes. Great paired with lamb dishes.

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  12. Chateau Auzias Cabardes
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    This AOP wine of beautiful ruby-red colour exhibits an intense nose of ripe black fruits (black cherry, blackcurrant), plums, and spice. Powerful but rounded in the mouth, the soft tannic palate pairs perfectly with poultry, game, pâté, soft cheese, and blue cheese. 

    Gold Medal: Gillbert & Gaillard, Concours International 2015

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