6 Reasons to Wine
First Reason to Wine: Rose Par Champagne, Le Brun De Neuville
We all need reasons to wine this season so we've put together a festive, handpicked selection of our premium bottles for your pallet's enjoyment and ours.
To kick off the festivities let's pop this truly refined and delectable 2015 Champagne from France that is sure to impress your guests. Rose Par Champagne is supple and fresh with a creamy effervescence accompanied by scents of raspberry, strawberry, licorice and almond.
Pair with: fresh prawns served with a lime and coriander mayonnaise to perfectly compliment this top-shelf aperitif.
Second Reason to Wine: Puligny-Montrachet, Domaine Gaelle & Jerome
Step into this clean and delightfully perfumed French, 2017, white wine with citrus, green apple, lime and white floral notes. Puligny-Montrachet is dry with a medium body and mineral notes that linger on the palate. We can't get enough of this one!
Pair with: Smoked salmon, organic lemon, fresh coriandrum sativum and tomato spaghetti.
Third Reason to Wine: Fleurie, Trenel
Another 2017 French wine we can't live without! Fleurie delivers a deep, consistent red, beautiful purple tints and a mingling violet and peony nose with notes of cherry, pepper, licorice and leather. This crowd-pleaser is incredibly smooth and balanced on the palate while it's fruity aromas give it a powerful length.
Pair with: Slow-cooked lamb chops, tuber and root vegetables, with a garlic cream sauce.
Fourth Reason to Wine: Bordeaux Supérieur, Château Haut-Peyrat
Pair with: Roast beef with red wine jus, served with buttered vegetables.
Fifth Reason to Wine: Barolo, Padre Bona
A bottle to share, drink and repeat! This 2014 Italian Barolo Red Wine is characterized by ripe tannins and notes of red fruit and spices. Perfect for a festive season with a full and lingering bouquet and gorgeous scents of spices and cherry.
Pair with: A smoked sausage from Morteau or your favourite roast.
Sixth Reason to Wine: Cotes du Rhone, La Manarine
To top-off our hand-selected Festive Mixed Case we are proud to introduce you to this 2017 medium-bodied Grenache Noir with a mouthwatering dark berry and raspberry aroma. Cotes du Rhone is the perfect match for festive sweets, with it's intense honeysuckle and cherry taste and coffee finish with soft tannins.
Pair with: Dark chocolate and fresh raspberries.