Whilst Chablis is always a treat, this old vine expression is seriously luxurious.
One half of the Abbotts & Delaunay powerhouse, Laurent Delaunay, has returned to Burgundy to make modern-day wines and resurrect his family estate.
Bright ruby in colour, aromas of raspberry and plum are complemented by a touch of spice. A luscious and soft palate with flavours of redcurrant, cherries and an added warmth from time in oak barrels.
Intense aromatics of melon, peach and papaya are accompanied by hints of tomato leaf and capsicum. The palate is crisp but mouth-filling, a small portion of the wine having been oak fermented.
Bordeaux may be best known for its reds, but it was actually one of the original rosé producing regions.
Stag's Leap creates some of the very finest wines in America.
Lively citrus and zest flavours together with light tropical fruits and white peach, displaying tight acidity on the superbly balanced palate and a great length of flavour.
Well balanced acidity and citrus fruits leading to a spicy, lively wine, oozing with minerality and elegance. Perfect with gorgonzola.
Château Bertrand-Braneyre is made less than ten minutes' drive from 'First Growth' Châteaux Lafite and Mouton Rothschild. Expect ripe black fruits, licorice, silky tannins and a rich, long finish.