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French Wine

The world's second most prodigious wine producer (behind, perhaps surprisingly, Italy) France has long been considered the spiritual home of wine. Some are baffled by the labelling system (entirely geographical rather than by grape varietal), but armed with a bit of knowledge it's reasonably easy to pick it up. You say potato, I say potahto. You say Chardonnay, I say White Burgundy, You say Viognier, I say Condrieu... you get the picture.

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Pouilly Fume sits on the other side of the Loire Valley to Sancerre, and is a more perfumed style of Sauvignon Blanc. Alain Cailbourdain makes his Triptyque Pouilly Fume from grapes grown on land...  More info
£30.87
Great with chicken or salad dishes, Cailbourdain's Triptyque Pouilly-Fumé is very dry and crisp. Very clean and refreshing - a lovely wine from the Loire valley.  More info
£32.47
The 2006 Bertrand Ambroise Nuits St Georges gained 88 points from Wine Spectator, and is an elegantly structured Burgundian Pinot Noir.  More info
£40.39
Using Grenache Noir, Syrah, Carignan Noir and Mourvèdre grapes, Boutinot have produced a fantastic and deeply flavourful wine. Produced in Southern Rhone, it has been fermented using 'wild yeasts' and...  More info
£16.61
Cave De Castelmaure 2010
(75cl, 14.50%)
Cave de Castelmaure, this 2010 vintage comes from Languedoc Roussillon. It's superb with venison...  More info
£17.13
A very well balanced Riesling from Alsace. Everything seems to be perfectly in tune with each other, from the sharp citrus and sweet stone fruits to the lovely acidity and the calming vanilla notes...  More info
£13.97
This is the 2010 vintage Chateau Ormes De Pez, a wine with a classic St. Estephe style and a particularly intense personality of intense berry notes. St. Estephe, which borders Paulliac in the...  More info
£38.28
Chateau Doisy-Védrines is a cru classé Sauternes, however the Petit-Vedrines is an excellent value second wine from these acclaimed producers.  More info
£16.08
Known for their supreme sweetness, Sauternes wines makes fantastic after dinner treats, much more so than a little chocolate mint. This 2010 vintage Sauternes comes from the famnily-run winery...  More info
£16.08
This is a 1970 vintage of the Bordeaux, Sauternes at Chateau Rieussec made with a blend of the sauvignon blanc and semillon grapes.  More info
£172.71
A brilliant wine from the Château Cos d`Estournel, the Pagodes de Cos 2009 is made with 69% Cabernet Sauvignon, along with Merlot and Petit Verdot. Big, bold floral notes, mixed with blackberry...  More info
£64.70
This is a delicious 2004 vintage Margaux from Château d'Angludet, made by the Sichel family on one of the oldest estates in the Médoc.  More info
£39.99
A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot selected by Benjamin Sichel. Deep, fruity and round with purple plum character, it loves cheese, red meats and spicy food too.  More info
£44.13
This is a 2011 vintage Châteauneuf-du-Pape Blanc from Château de Vaudieu. Based on the Grenache grape and partially matured in oak, this offers up a medium body with plenty of fresh fruit.  More info
£35.99
The Château Mouras Graves is made with a blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes in the revered Graves region in Bordeaux. This is the 2010 vintage of this exceptional red.  More info
£22.87
A rich, modern style of wine from the Chateau Pomeys, made using Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes. Bursting with huge dark fruit notes, the 2010 vintage pairs excellently with steak and lamb...  More info
£20.31
This is a Grand Cru Burgundian red from the Dugat family made from the Pinot Noir grape.  More info
£100.66
Using 100% Chardonnay grapes, which are allowed to grow on the vine for longer than usual so they slowly become ripe, the Collovray & Terrier Bourgogne Tradition is surprisingly fresh and floral...  More info
£15.02
A full-bodied, rich Chardonnay from the appellation that neighbours Pouilly-Fuissé.  More info
£18.19
The fruit used in this Crozes Hermitage 2011 comes from the David Reyaud's parent's vineyards. It's constructed similarly to a Syrah, it has hints of bramble-bush berries balanced with olives and a...  More info
£22.42
This Rivesaltes Ambre 2000 is a delightfully sweet wine from Domaine Cazes in France is made with Mother Nature in mind, as it is both organic and biodynamic in addition to being delicious. And just...  More info
£14.56
Domaine Chatelain is a family run vineyard which has been in the business since 1630. Along the way, they've picked up a thing or two about crafting delicious white wines, like this 2011 vintage...  More info
£20.31
Pouilly Fumé is so named because the Pouilly winemakers refer to the Sauvignon Blanc grape as Blanc Fumé because of the greyish, smoky (Fumé) bloom on the skin of the grape. Also, well made Pouilly...  More info
£39.33
The 2011 vintage of Dominique Morel's Gry-Sablon Fleurie is an elegant, fruity red with a predominance of blossom and red berries. Produced in France's Beaujolais region with the Gamay grape, this...  More info
£18.19
A rich red from the Provence wine region, made by the Domaine De Rimauresq. The use a combination of Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan and Syrah grapes to produce this expression. This is the 2011 vintage...  More info
£17.67
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