Wine

Arguably the most important wine producing region in France, Bordeaux was very much the center of the wine trade with Britain and notably later, the Dutch. Situated on the Gironde river it is home to many large estates. Varietals include the Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot for reds & Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon for the whites.

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  1. Gallo Family, Turning Leaf, Pinot Grigio 2006, California USA

    Gallo Family, Turning Leaf, Pinot Grigio 2006, California USA

    Refreshing, with aromas of ripe apples, and lingering hints of pear. Read more
    5,00 €
  2. Domaine Sarrail, Rosé Cabernet 2009

    Domaine Sarrail, Rosé Cabernet 2009

    Domaine Sarrail CITE 1292 - Minimum Quantity is 6 Read more
    5,00 €
  3. Dawn Ridge, Australian Red

    Dawn Ridge, Australian Red

    Sweet blackberry, and a soft fruity attack. Read more
    5,00 €
  4. Domaine Sarrail Sauvignon Blanc 2009
    5,00 €
  5. Château Sainte Roseline, Perle De Roseline 2008

    Château Sainte Roseline, Perle De Roseline 2008

    Really expressive red fruits and spiced nose, with a taste of liquorice make's it a really pleasant wine. Read more
    5,50 €
  6. Château Mouresse, Cuvée MMM 2006
    6,00 €
  7. Château Mouresse, Cuvée MMM 2008
    6,00 €
  8. Chateau Mouresse, Mouresse Classic 2006
    6,50 €
  9. Château Des Chaberts, Rouge Bacchus 2004

    Château Des Chaberts, Rouge Bacchus 2004

    Almost a black robe, blackcurrant and blackberry spiced nose Read more
    8,00 €
  10. Château des Chaberts, Bacchus Rosé 2008/2009

    Château des Chaberts, Bacchus Rosé 2008/2009

    A pure rosé, clear, luminous, with hints of ripe red fruits, preserves, and floral motifs suggesting mauve lilac. Read more
    8,00 €
 
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