The Majestic Wine Definition range captures the quintessential qualities of the world’s greatest wine styles, with a little help from some of the world’s greatest winemakers.
Champagne Blancs de Blancs. A sparkling wine, famously associated with celebration and the popping noise produced when opening the bottle. Made in France’s most northerly wine region, after which the wine is named.
Our Champagne Blancs de Blancs, made entirely from Chardonnay. Find notes of apple, hazelnuts and freshly baked bread.BUY NOW
A light red wine from southern Burgundy, France. Made from the Gamay grape, which thrives in unique granite vineyards, situated around ten picturesque ‘Cru Villages’ in the heart of the region.
Find flavours of raspberry, candy floss and black cherry, the perfect picnic red. Enjoy with some cold meats and sarnies to find our definitive example.BUY NOW
Definition Chianti Classico
We've worked with one of the best cellars in the Classico region - the original heart of Chianti. The vineyards are higher than elsewhere in the region allowing the Sangiovese grapes to reach higher levels of quality.
What you get in the glass is a silky-smooth red with flavours of cherries, prunes and violets too. Serve with rich, meaty dishes, top quality steaks or Pepperoni pizza!BUY NOW
Definition Pouilly Fumé
Pouilly Fume translates in a roughshod fashion as 'smoky' Sauvignon Blanc from the town of Pouilly-sur-Loire, so when we set out to find our Definition of Pouilly Fumé that's exactly what we had in mind.
This wine delivers gorgeously pure, nettley, 'flinty', smoky Sauvignon to a standard that will make all Sauvignon fans smile. A treat with fish dishes like salmon.BUY NOW
Definition Prosecco Brut
Made using Glera, a late-ripening grape variety from the Veneto region of north-east Italy. Known primarily for its use in famous sparkling wine vineyards around the town of Valdobbiadene.
We discussed what qualities would make our perfect Prosecco. The answers: it must be dry, it must have tiny frothy bubbles, and it must taste great with the trickiest of food matches, Prosciutto.BUY NOW
Definition Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc
An extremely versatile grape variety responsible for many of the great white wine styles, most famously the dry whites of the Loire Valley and New Zealand.
Why is New Zealand Sauvignon Britain’s favourite wine? That’s the question we asked our New Zealand buyer, Matt. A few months later he presented his answer to us in a bottle.BUY NOW
Definition Rioja Reserva
A region in northern Spain from where a number of the finest Spanish wines originate. Known for the long-term maturation of wine in oak barrels.
At Majestic we’re a little obsessed with Rioja, so we decided to push the boundaries, to try and bottle a wine so rich, so vanilla laden, smoky and chocolatey that it would cause riotous shouts of ‘phwoar’.BUY NOW
A grape traditionally found in South West France, which has come into its own on the slopes of the Andes in Argentina, where to days and cold nights create a unique style.
Malbec mania is here, but how to choose one? Taking inspiration from the Argentinians, we decided that were we to bottle a Malbec it’d have to go through a rigorous steak based exam before we passed it fit for your table.BUY NOW
A British term for red wine from Bordeaux arguably the world’s most famous wine region. These classic wines will typically age gracefully over many years.
Like stilton and stout, Claret can take a bit of getting used to, but once you have your Bordeaux epiphany you’ll never look back. The perfect wine for Sunday lunch.BUY NOW
Definition Marlborough Pinot Noir
A temperamental and challenging grape variety which demands very careful, considered growing and great wine making. The wines can be haunting and ethereal.
Legend tells of a wine so silky, so juicy, so pure that people spend their entire lives chasing after it. We sent our buyer, Matt, on an epic journey across continents in search of this elusive bottle.BUY NOW
Chablis is a relatively cool, cloudy town in northern France where Chardonnay is grown and made into a truly unique style of wine. Top chefs love Chablis with food.
The brief was to find a wine that went amazingly with smoked salmon, as any great Chablis should. That meant a creamy, lively, savoury, rich wine - not too many boxes to tick then.
Our Chablis, a classic example of this famous wine. Find crisp citrus fruits, a hint of white flowers and a touch of oatmeal.BUY NOW
Known as a 'blank canvas' for winemakers due to the number of different styles it can produce, Chardonnay is a versatile grape variety grown around the world..
We asked our buyer, Chris, to find the best Burgundian Chardonnay he could. He returned from his travels with this one, and guess what? It’s not from Burgundy!
Our Chardonnay, from Limoux in the South of France, chosen for its luxurious texture. Flavours of apple pie, toast and ripe peaches.BUY NOW
Definition Côtes Du Rhône
A typically easy drinking wine from the Rhône Valley, France. A warm and sunny region where Le Mistral, a strong wind, blows through the vineyards cooling the vines.
We think a great Côtes du Rhône should be plush, fragrant and luxurious - the perfect match to a log fire, a comfy armchair and good company.
Our Côtes du Rhône, a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan. Discover perfume, blackcurrant and pepper.BUY NOW
Definition Pinot Grigio
A grape variety of high quality, known as Pinot Gris in many countries. A speciality in Italy, where grapes are picked at the perfect moment to produce fresh wines with finesse.
We challenged our Italian buyer, Suzie, to find a wine that pushed the boundaries of Pinot Grigio, a wine with more flavour, more texture and more oomph than anything she'd seen before. Challenge accepted.
Our Pinot Grigio, from Fruili, the spiritual home of Pinot Grigio. Taste lemon, peach and minerality, and a lovely steely finish.BUY NOW
Definition Provence Rosé
A uniquely pale style of rosé made upon rolling hills above picturesque Medieval villages in the sunny Provence region of Southern France.
When we asked our buyer Chris why he’d chosen this wine, he said that when he tried it on a drizzly afternoon in Watford it had transported him straight back to the South of France eating lunch by the Med.
Our Provence Rosé, a classical Provençal blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah. Find flavours of ripe strawberries, with floral and citrus notes.BUY NOW
A beautiful hilltop town in the eastern part of the Loire Valley, famed for its pioneering Sauvignon Blanc.
We have a fool-proof way of testing how good a Sancerre is - what happens when you have a sip with a piece of goat’s cheese? If the cheese jumps up and sings then we have a winner. Simple.
Find zingy blackcurrant leaf freshness with lime and stone fruit flavours.BUY NOW