This is Garnier’s primeur wine – a pure thirst quencher! With notes of blackcurrant and violet, the palate is supple and ultra smooth, an aperitif wine par excellence!
Domaine la Bohème
A Beaujolais… Bouju style! Only Patrick could have come up with this! The first vintage for this primeur-style vin nouveau is very promising, with notes of raspberry and redcurrant. The palate: smooth and pure, with a...
Domaine Marcel Lapierre
An essential thirst-quencher, a wine to share with friends over an apéritif, slightly chilled, with some charcuterie and laughs. On the palate, this Gamay is an explosion of red fruits with lots of freshness and huge...
One full litre for the very thirsty, and in this star spangled bottle, it’s classy too! An easy-drinking Sauvignon, fruity and delicious, in the perfect size... A bottle of Bovin never ends with chagrin!
Domaine Jean Ginglinger
Notes of honey and yellow fruit... Palate: beautiful acidity, mineral, surprising! Deviant, you ask? Absolutely! Jean is the cousin of Bruno Schueller, their styles are very similar. Jean’s 2017s are going through...
1 litre of wine! It’s the size you’d expect for a wine from 250-year-old vines! Made from vines growing only 1000 km from the equator, thus yielding a far richer juice: 14.4% ABV. If your friends tend to run through...
1 litre of wine! It’s the size you’d expect for a wine from 200-year-old vines! And all that at such a price! With notes of crushed strawberries and pepper... A jolly bottle of wine. The fruit of a disciple of Marcel...
Domaine Jean-Claude Lapalu
The hunt is on! Gulp, gulp, gulp... yes, it’s a wine for the thirsty, but not only! It’s like a handful of fresh grapes in a glass!
Domaine de L'R
An intense red robe. A fine, elegant nose, with aromas of small red berries (strawberry, raspberry, redcurrants)... A palate of great complexity with fine, well-blended tannins, and a long, lovely finish.
Domaine les Bruyères
A Crozes more in the classic style, focused on drinkability, with quintessential notes of raspberry, pepper and peony... Palate: freshness and great drinkability for a wine nonetheless serious in its construction.