A classic white from the Burgundy region, this wine is clean, fresh and dry.
From the white Aligoté grape, it’s produced from a vineyard in Saint-Aubin using long-lasting family methods that give it its great texture.
Elegant and simple, it’s best enjoyed with a buttery cheese, light snack or simple starter.
Bourgogne Cote-d’Or has a warm finish, making it a great dessert wine.
Its strong taste and distinctive aromas come from its sweet spices, woodland fruits and fresh red fruits.
You’ll enjoy this clean and dry wine with a traditional French blue cheese that’s a great match for its deep flavours.
Refreshing and vibrant, this rosé is getting a fashionable reputation.
It has red-berry aromas of fresh strawberries, with hints of watermelon, pink grapefruit and citrus to give it a summery, fruity flavour.
Domaine de Triennes rosé is from the Coteaux Varois region of Provence, widely known as home to one of the region’s finest wineries.
This is a powerful and delicious fortified red wine that’s been aged in small barrels for many years.
Mature, deep in colour and deliciously nutty, you’ll notice unique aromas of toffee and fig.
It’s a strong wine, so ideal as an alternative to port with a crumbly, young cheese.
A 2018 dry white that’s made entirely from the fruity Muscadet grape.
Aromatic and fresh, it’s dry, crisp and summery for easy drinking alone or with a light snack.
This Muscadet is from the world-famous Maison Drouet in the finest vineyards of the Loire Valley, and it’s grown there exclusively.