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Juicy and elegant, still with lots of complexity and minerality from the silex soils
Bright, showing just a touch of development. Slightly more body than Pineau d'Aunis from more northerly vineyards, still with characteristic redcurrant fruit and a white pepper finish.
A quaffable, easy going Southern-Rhône red, fresh and vinous with a touch of tannic structure
A small parcel with old vines. This is how we love Syrah; bright, fresh, lifted aromatics with soft and fine tannin.
Silky, complex, still fresh with just the right addition of richness and tannin.
The name means "a silly thing", but this is not a silly wine. Deeper and more complex than their other "entry-level" wines.
From two hugely unfashionable hybrid/crossed varieties they have made bright and juicy goodness.
Great characteristic example of old vine Pais. From a parcel with practically unique soil.
Roberto’s home vineyard, three hectares that he farms himself. Over 200-year-old vines or granitic soils.
Powerful, complex Gamay. Intense bright concentrated cherry fruit backed up with some serious tannic structure.
The grapes of Noe are harvested from the lower part of the plot where the soil is deeper, the vines have more vigour, more freshness and juiciness.
Serious and structured Gamay, with an elegance and freshness
Juicy and bright easy-drinking Gamay.
A light Gamay, Cabernet Franc, Grolleau blend without too much tannin and aromas of black cherry and blackcurrant. An interesting depth and long length.
Elegant and delicate dark fruits with a refined finish
Classic herbal, irony Duras
Mmmmm, Crunchy cranberry and pomegranate. Pale & bright with light supple tannins.
Sour & raw cherries, plums. It is still fairly young so can do with a bit of time to rest or a bit of oxygen - still totally delicious.
The way German Pinot Noir really should be, bright, pale in colour, full of life and energy.
Light, crunchy, juicy & mineral.
Rich & juicy, aromatic, mineral with soft green tannins.