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“Worth bowing down for and submitting to the greatness. So flinty or rather that smell of rain on hot ground, lemon peel, half a teaspoon of really good honey, chalk dust in the air, vanilla and a yuzu finish. My lordy, your lordy any lordy this is a brilliant wine.”
“High class, white Burgundy alternative from a winemaker who knows how to handle expensive oak barrels. Buttery popcorn, peaches and cream, lemons and lime pith and a little minerality. This is super classy and a genuine standard-bearer for non-French oaked Chardonnay.”
“Drink it now or save or for later (ie 2030!), this is genuine quality from a top producer getting new and wonderful things from a variety often seen (and treated) as an old favourite. We can't think of anyone else making Syrah that tastes like this - elegant restrained and classy with great, slightly lifted fruit, super-fine tannins, excellent acid balance, spice and development. Tremendous.”
“Being left speechless and shedding tears of joy is near-on unavoidable after drinking this. This is BIG Napa Cabernet of the very best quality with incredible balancing acidity and that's deeper flavour-wise than the Mariana trench. And now a list of flavours and aromas; blackcurrants, dried herbs, violets, soy, rubber, prunes, cloves, bbq meats, old leather jackets with pomegranates in the pockets.”
“A classic example of bone dry Provencal rosé. Apples 'n pears and citrus and a hint of red berries. Warm, long evenings and sun-baked beaches with azure blue sea-scapes and the occasional seagull swooping overhead. Summer holiday bliss...”
“One of the more easy-drinking Provencal rosés. Refreshing, dry, citric and with a hint of wild strawberry and raspberry. Long summer afternoons in the sunshine are rarely accompanied by a better wine.”
Carignan, Cinsault, Garnacha, Grenache, Grenache Noir
Fruity, Herby, Zingy
Tomatoes, aubergines and peppers
Soft and Fresh Cheeses
Salty and Savoury dishes
MEET THE PRODUCERS
The rolling, lavender-scented hills of Provence are paradise for holidaymakers and winemakers alike and the regions textured, elegant rosés have become a byword for refreshing top quality wines. Fleur de Mer (Flower of the Sea) is archetypal of this style.
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