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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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An acidic, nutty Verdicchio from the Marche region of Italy. Great body and flavour.  More info
The Talmard family grows grapes and wheat together in an agricultural area. Their Mâcon Chardonnay is rich, tangy and creamy and it's perfect for drinking now.  More info
A traditional rosé wine from the South-west of France.  More info
Château Malbat 2008
(75cl, 13%)
A thick, viscous, black/purple wine from Chateau Malbat. This is a fruity, herbal Bordeaux with notes of blackcurrant, cedarwood and pepper. A simple, clean cut wine that offers brilliant balance and...  More info
From the Domaine Chassagne-Montrachet comes an exceptional Chardonnay, produced under the watchful eye of Jean-Marc Pillot. The 2011 vintage of this fruity-forward village level wine is brimming with...  More info
A rich, fruity red wine made with Grenache and Syrah grapes from the Vaucluse region of France. Easy on the palate, with blueberries, strawberries and a hint of spice that is characteristic of...  More info
Made with grapes grown in six little plots of land in the Silberberg area. This is a simple, slightly mineralic Riesling from Domaine Pfister.  More info
Cape Chamonix Rouge 2008
(75cl, 13.50%)
This is a great value South African red wine made from a Bordeaux blend of grapes.  More info
This red wine is made in the Southern Rhone, hillside village Cairanne. Grenache is the predominant grape used however some Syrah, Carignan Noir and Mouvredre are also used. The wine is naturally...  More info
A blend of Colombard and Sauvignon Blanc wines, from French producer Rive Haute.  More info
Alsace Gewurztraminer from renowned producer Pfaffenheim. Fresh and fruit-driven with notes of elderflower, mango, and passionfruit.  More info
Château La Claymore 2005
(75cl, 13.50%)
From the 2005 Vintage, widely hailed as the best in the last couple of decades. This Bordeaux is drinking well now, but will benefit from careful cellaring.  More info
Bordeaux Superieur from a great vintage, enjoying a decent amount of bottle-age.  More info
A 2008 vintage Châteauneuf-du-Pape from Domaine du Rempart, a house owned by the proprietors of Château Chassagne Montrachet in Burgundy. This is an easy drinking red made with Grenache, Cinsault...  More info
A traditional Sauvignon from a small producer in France. Fruit-driven, but with a decent flinty-mineral backbone.  More info
This is a charming red Bordeaux blend with pleasant cassis fruit notes and balanced tannins.  More info
Rive Haute 2005 Pacherenc
(37cl, 13.50%)
A late-harvest sweet white wine from French producer Rive Haute.  More info
The 2009 vintage of Domaine du Rempart's Châteauneuf du Pape. A supple, quaffable red made with Grenache, Cinsault, Mourvedre and Syrah. Did you know, Domaine de Rempart is actually owned by the...  More info
Chateauneuf du Pape is a red Rhone blend of the Grenache, Syrah (Shiraz) and Mourvedre grapes, with the Grenache and Syrah dominating. Other grape types may also be used in Southern Rhone blends such...  More info
This is an organic smooth-drinking French regional wine made from Merlot and the Cabernet Franc grapes.  More info
This full-bodied wine is made by a co-operative in the region Languedoc and Roussillon in France. The wine is made of a Rhone blend of grapes including Grenache and Syrah (Shiraz).  More info
Chambolle-Musigny is a particularly silky Burgundian Pinot Noir thanks to the limestone-based soil the vines are grown on and the 2007 from Jean-Claude Boisset is no exception.  More info
This Fleurie from the Beajolais region is made from the Gamay grape and is a light style of red wine that can even be moderately chilled.  More info
Very aromatic with notes of tangy plums and honey. Stainless steel vinification, 100% malolactic fermentation. Louis Latour select their grapes from one of the best vineyards in southern Burundy's...  More info
An old-fashioned Bordeaux from Château Pichon-Longueville, this 2008 vintage is a very nicely balanced Pauillac. Highly recommended.  More info
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