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Chablis 1er Cru Mont de Milieu Swirling, lifted aromas of lemon, minerals, butter, chalk, lime and wet stone! Textured, vigorous and long. Opulent and delicious.
Enjoy with monkfish, chicken casserole, lobster or oily salads.
Broustet 2007 The vineyard enjoys a privileged microclimate as a result of the nearby Garonne river and its tributary the Mite. In Autumn, this water is warmer than the surrounding air, and so morning fog is produced, promoting the development of pourriture noble ...
Côte de l'Ange Blanc 2009 The nose gives off aromas of white flowers, pears, peaches in syrup, candied fruits and frangipane. It is fresh and rounded in the mouth, with a long, honeyed finish of overripe white fruits and exotic spice.
Drink with creamy chicken dishes, monkfi...
Gewurztraminer Grand Cru Aromatic, full-bodied gewurzt with extroverted notes of lychee, tropical fruit, ylang ylang and clove to the fore. Rich, sumptuous and indulgent - a lovely white for the colder half of the year.
Good partner for paté, cheese fondue or almond tart...
Meursault Fragrant nose of crushed hazelnut, pear, and toast, leading on to a supple, generous palate that is rich but dry. The long, satisfying finish brings butter and vanilla. A real pleasure wine!
Meursault is a large, prosperous village in Burgundy's Cot...
The minerality and stoniness really comes through on the nose of this Rieussec, more than the 2007. The palate is very well balanced with superb acidity, real tension, steely with great precision with notes of apricot, wh...
Puligny Montrachet This full golden colour Puligny has refined aromas of vanilla and croissant developping into baked peach and almond.
Chablis Grand Cru Grenouilles Stunning Chablis, full of body and redolent of lime pie, butter, and zingy minerals. Striking intensity, with hints of hazelnut and honey too. Big, pure and long - just beautiful.
Savour with monkfish, roast chicken, scallops or lobster.
Domaine de Chevalier is situated just outside Léognan and consists of 35 hectares of vines. The white wine accounts for only 20% of the production and is typically a blend of 70% Sauvignon Blanc and 30% Sémillo...
Coming in with 139 degrees residual sugar and a pH of 4.75, this is an Yquem that is unequivocally top of the pile in 2008. The bouquet is just wonderful, very perfumed with aromas of apricot, acacia honey and white flowers. A d...