Collection: Red wine

17 products
  • Chantepierre Cotes du Rhone Rouge
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    Chantepierre estate has been set up in Tavel from more than 3 centuries. Indeed, it’s been farmed by the same Paly family since, at least, the end of the 17th century.
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  • Chateau de Saint Cosme Little James Basket Press Red Blend
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    This vibrant Vin de France has been in the hands of the Barruol family since 1490. This 100% Grenache shows characteristics of cherries, strawberry compote and gingerbread.
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  • Famille Lancon La Solitude Cotes Du Rhone
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    The Wine Estate “Domaine de la Solitude” belongs to one of the oldest families of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, whose roots go back to the 15th century. In the 17th century, Hélène Barberini, a descendant of the illustrious Tuscan family of the same name, married Claude Martin, owner of a vineyard in Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Their grandson would give a huge boost to “La Solitude” by creating the first label for the Appellation. Thus, “le Vin de la Solitude” became a symbol of quality and began to be exported, allowing a great terroir to come into its own. Eight generations later the Estate is still a family affair and is now run by Florent Lancon.
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  • Guigal Cotes du Rhone Rouge
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    The Guigal domain was founded in 1946 by Etienne Guigal in Ampuis; a small, ancient village at the heart of the Côte-Rôtie appellation.

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  • Borsao Berola Red Blend
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    Campo de Borja D.O. is located in the Aragon region, nestled against the Pyrenées Mountains. Bodegas  Borsao  stretches  over  2,260  hectares  belonging  to  some  375  vine-growers. The  hillsides  of  the  Moncayo shelter  the  vineyards  located  between  350  and  800  metres  of  altitude, regulating  cold,  heat  and  moderating  the  effects  of  the  North-west  'Cierzo', or wind. This region is historically and geographically conducive to growing Garnacha, which makes up 60% of the vineyards.
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  • Chateau du Trignon Vacqueyras
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    From four distinct soil types comes this Grenache dominant wine from Vacqueyras, meaning Valley of the Rocks in Latin.
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  • JL Chave Saint Joseph Offerus Saint Joseph
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    Considered a winemaking family of royalty, the Chave family is one of the oldest names in the wine world, producing some of the world's greatest wines, and have been producing wine since 1481. On their label is inscribed: Vignerons de Pere en Fils Depuis 1481 which translates to vine growers from father to son since 1481. They began cultivating right here on the Saint Joseph appellation, and this is their 'offering' to the patron saint.
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  • Domaine de la Janasse Cotes du Rhone Reserve
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    Led by siblings Christophe and Isabelle Sabon, they took over the winery from their father who built the cellar himself when he returned from the Rhone after military service.

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  • JL Chave Crozes-Hermitage Selection Silene
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    Silene is a genus of flowring plants in the family Caryophyllaceae. Containing nearly 900 species, it is the largest genus in the family.
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  • Domaine Durand Cornas Premices
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    The fame of this wine has not diminished since the 10th century, when it was poured at the tables of French royalty. Sometime in the 19th century it was quoted in the same value as Chateauneuf-du-Pape.

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