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Champagne Marc Chauvet Brut Vintage 2013
This is the epitome of champagne. If Marc Chauvet’s non-vintage Brut Tradition is all that is good about everyday champagne drinking (if such a thing even exists!) with 4 years before disgorging, then this 2009 vintage has spent 6 years before disgorging and is simply a delightfully elegant and silky top bottle of champagne. You would have to spend a lot more money (probably £75-100) to find a wine as good as this with a famous name!
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Mixed Blend mixed-blendSparkling sparklingFrance france2013 2013750 ml 750-ml11%-12.5% 11-12-5
Chateau d’Or et de Gueules ‘Les Cimels’ Rose Organic
The new 2020 vintage is as light as a Provence Rose. 40% Cinsault, 40% Mourvedre and 20% Grenache. Fermented straight from the press, no extra skin contact!
Previous vintages all won accolades;
Best Roses 2016 – Sunday Express.
“With a pale salmon pink colour this attractive rose is bright and zippy but also has some warm, savoury spiciness. There’s a lively twist to it and it would make a fine partner for food.” Sunday Express
“Irresistible. Pink Summer classic.” – SundayTimes
Recommended previously also in The Sunday Times as a “party wine that won’t give you a headache.” They can’t all be wrong, can they’ The colour is so lovely I could happily just look at it let alone drink it. Forget the old, sweet unfashionable rosés of the past; this is a dry, refreshing blend of predominantly Grenache, with Syrah and Mourvèdre which has no oak aging. Deliciously thirst-quenching, strawberry fruit flavours. You will not want to put it down.
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Light & Fruity light-and-fruityFrance france2020 2020750 ml 750-ml11%-12.5% 11-12-5