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Discover France 6 Bottle Case

A delicious exploration of the country renown for its wines! Our Discover France 6 Bottle Case will take you on a journey starting with fizz and finishing with Côtes du Rhône!

Each case contains one of each of -
Leon Palais Brut Methode Traditionelle Blancs de Blanc NV
A rich fruit bouquet followed by a mouth filling mousse and a soft luscious palate that exhibits citrus and peach flavours. Another brilliant French Bubbly!
Rebelle Rosé 2018
If there is a surplus of production in a particular year grapes can go into big blends or single varietal expressions to be bottled under a more generic appellation in this case the wine has been labelled Vin de la Communaute Europenne, literally meaning wine from the European Union. Its fresh and fruity and best serve chilled, why not try it!
Domaine Saint Cecile Viognier 2016
This Viognier is a stunner! Our tasting panel all rated it 5 stars. Golden and bright in colour the nose is intense fresh apricot and white peach. On the palate you will find melon, ripe pear and flowers and a touch of white spice.  A rich and refined flavour with a lasting finish.
Marcel Martin Chenin Blanc 2017 
The appellation laws can be strict in France, but the generic Vin de France labelling helps to give producers back a bit more control when it comes to their blends. This one, from Marcel Martin, is made up of Chenin Blanc from all over the region which allows the winemakers to pick and choose the grapes that are best for their blend, regardless of where they came from. The grapes were all fermented together at low temperatures, before being aged for a short period on their lees giving the wine a bit more depth and complexity. Typical Chenin notes of tropical fruits, citrus and peach are obvious along with a touch of sour apple on the finish. Serve chilled on its own, or with a plate of freshly caught seafood.
Alexis Lichine Noblesse Medoc 2017
The powerful and complex nose of this French Bordeaux is filled with dominant aromas of red berries, plums and blackcurrant as well as toasted and vanilla notes. A shiny dark red colour with purple tints. It will delight the palate with its excellent structure and powerful tannin typical of Médoc wines, but also with its finish made up of subtle aromas of red berries and liquorice notes.
Laurent Dublanc Côtes du Rhône 2017
A blend of Syrah and Grenache and Mourvedre, this is an easy drinking, food loving wine that is perfect for everyday drinking on its own or with food. The colour is intense ruby red, clear and brilliant. With dark red fruit, strawberries, current and on the nose, it's rounded out in the middle with subtle vanilla and spice. So well balanced you can call it easy drinking and serious, this wine will flow right along with the conversation, wherever that turns.


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