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An intense "Claret" style from Saint Macaire. Merlot is dominant with 70% in the blend along with Cabernet Sauvignon. Ample & rich with good body & classically balanced. Rounded, fruity flavours of kirsch, blackberry & vanilla with a lovely nose of rose petals & anise with a touch of blueberry. A lingering, long finish.
Produced in the Aude valley, this 100% Sauvignon benefits from a climate influenced both by the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, producing a fruity wine full of citrus and apple, with nicely balanced acidity and a delicious finish.
100% Merlot, this wine has a deep purple/red colour and a bouquet of cassis with hints of vanilla. A full bodied wine with rich plummy fruit and cassis hints leaving an elegant long and peppery finish, typical of this varietal.
100% Syrah from the Domaine de Saint Dominique Estate, this wine shows a deep purple colour, a lovely bouquet of currants, black cherries and hints of violets. A medium to full-bodied wines with very fine tannins, flavours of plum, blackcurrant and a lovely touch of vanilla and some black pepper notes on the finish.
Petit Martin is from the Graves property of Chateau Saint Martin and is classified as a Bordeaux Superieur, produced from 80% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc, this wine has a wonderful bouquet of red fruits and vanilla with hints of spice, in the mouth it has plenty of ripe red fruits with soft tannins and a roundness that comes from the soft aging in aok barrels.great to drink on its own or with a variety of meats or pasta.
This great value Bordeaux is made by the Chateau Clinet Wine Team who select the grapes from some of the Right Bank's best vineyards, the wine is then vinified and blended at Chateau Clinet's state of the art winery in Pomerol. Already found on the tables of some Frances best restuarants, this wine is rapidly becoming a favourite of 5 Star Hotels all over the World. Produced from 100% Merlot, this wine shows a brilliant ruby colour, on the nose, there is cherry, raspberry, and blackcurrants with notes of sweet pepper. In the mouth the wine reveals a sweet fruitiness, with flavors of raspberry, fresh cherry and redcurrants, complemented with fine spices and light to medium tannins. The finish is long and fruity.
Almost anonymous until the 1980's, Dominique Hebrard, at the time owner of Chateau Cheval Blanc and Hubert de Bouard, owner of Chateau Angelus were amongst the first of the big names to realize the great potential of the Cotes de Francs appellation. They purchased Chateau de Francs in 1986, where they have been producing outstanding wines ever since. The 40 hectares of vineyards are predominantly planted with the red grape varietals to the proportions of 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc & 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. The wines are traditionally vinified with aging taking place in French oak barrels of which 10-15% are new.