Discover France 6 Bottle Case

France has produced the global benchmark of wine for centuries and its influence can be seen in every wine producing country today.

Several winemaking concepts and techniques, such as terroir (tear-wah), have been exported to every corner of the globe. Cuttings of French grape varieties have been smuggled in suitcases and gumboots by ambitious winemakers with the hope that they might be able to reproduce the magic of France in their home country.

Veuve Elise Blanc de Blancs Brut NV (Charente) An easy, crisp, and dry French bubbly from the South of France. Made in a blanc de blancs style (meaning only white grapes are used in production) it is a pale but bright yellow in the glass with a fine, fast mousse and aromatic nose. Surprise and delight guests with this delicious drop without breaking the bank. 

Soupcon de Fruit Loire Rosé 2019 (Loire) Pale pink in the glass, a lovely subtle rose perfect for a long lunch or easy dinner. Cabernet d’Anjou is a region in the Loire Valley, France, which allows for the production of rose wines from Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. The 2019 from Soupcon de Fruit is dry, with notes of strawberries, cherries as well as a hint of savoury tomato leaf.

Calvet Bourgogne Chardonnay 2018 (Burgundy) The 2018 from Calvet is a delicious introduction to white Burgundy, with notes of peach, jasmine and lemon. It fills your mouth and will have you coming back for more. Drink now, alongside a creamy pasta or fresh white fish this summer.

Chateau Monsan Estebe Bordeaux Superieur 2018 (Bordeaux) It’s filled to the brim with ripe, dark fruits with a thread of vanilla and oak weaving through on the palate. Its full bodied and would pair well with a rib roast, mushroom ragu or a platter of hard chesses. Drink this one now, it won’t disappoint.

Henri de Floret AOP Côtes du Rhône 2019 (Côtes du Rhône) Fruit forward, with good weight on the palate and easy tannins. Notes of raspberry and plum and a hint of spice make it a great food wine or equally as good to drink on its own.

Mont Tauch Fitou Vieilles Vignes 2017 (Languedoc) Delicate woody aromas alongside red fruits and sweet spices lead to long, lingering fruit flavours and silky smooth tannins on the palate. A balanced, medium to full bodied wine that's an excellent match for meat meals.

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