Gérard Bertrand showcases the best of Languedoc wine, and the locals love it.
Unusually made by the saignée method, with plenty of stylish strawberry fruit, full of vivacity and easy-drinking charm. A wonderfully refreshing apéritif, it also works well with a variety of dishes.
You'll find some of the world's finest white wines in the village of Chassagne-Montrachet.
It's rare to find a Bordeaux Grand Cru for less than £20 - making this smooth, black-fruity wine an absolute steal. Great value - great flavour.
A superbly structured, deep, complex and involving Pinot, and a great benchmarker of the vintage.
Brent Marris is the man behind our best-selling white wine. He's also the distant relative of one of King Henry the First's rumoured illegitimate children.
Dark ruby red with subtle violet tinges. Aromas are predominantly of ripe cherries, with nuances of vanilla and cinnamon. Rich and mouth-filling, with soft tannins and a velvety, savoury finish.
Partially aged in French oak and stirred on lees for eight months. This creates a complex, textured wine with notes of stone fruit, melon, kiwi and creamy spice.
This risky effort results in an incredibly expressive, fascinating Chardonnay. Once you taste it, you'll know its worth it.
hether you're looking to add a luxurious flourish to winter feasts or tuck away for festive gatherings, you won't want to miss this rare treat.