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With an intense purple color and purple hues this wine has aromas of cassis, violet, black pepper, licorice, spices and vanilla. This fresh wine is perfectly served as an apartif, with oasted poultry or grilled red meats. Without alcohol, Le Petit Béret range is 0% certified by the Mosque of Paris.
The Beau Joie rosé champagne is fresh and fruity, with a crisp taste and a beautiful delicate rose petal colour. It is made from 50 per cent Pinot Noir and 50 per cent Chardonnay, to give a carefully balanced taste. The delicate sweetness of this champagne makes Beau Joie rosé the ideal…Discover More
A fine example, proving that things really do get better with age. Coming from vines that’ll soon be expecting a telegram from the Queen, this stunning Fixin is a medium-bodied red with complex, earthy notes and a finish of red fruits. This stunner comes from one of the region’s best vineyards and…Discover More
This Blanc de Blanc is a symphony of complexity conducted by eighth generation winemaker Eric Rodez, weaving together the terroir and organic wine making processes to create an exciting tale of a light gold, rich citrussy and peachy aroma, with a fresh and punchy mouth, with a finish that lingers,…Discover More
Lambrusco, like the Terminator is back. The 70’s staple drink of the middle classes has come out of retirement and off the bottom shelves of a thousand corner shops. It’s gone up market and restyled itself. This Lammie is fresh, easy-drinking and is not sweet in any way. Put it with a…Discover More