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Chateau Michelet Bordeaux 2018 (6x 750mL), France.
Chateau Michelet Bordeaux 2018 (6x 750mL), France.

Chateau Michelet Bordeaux 2018 (6x 750mL), France.

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Le Chat Noir Pinot Noir 2018 (12 x 750mL), France.
Le Chat Noir Pinot Noir 2018 (12 x 750mL), France.

The cool climate Aude Valey in the south of France produces arguably the best French Pinot Noir outside of Burgundy. The high elevation and cooling evening breezes result in a clean and fresh wine with balance tannin and true varietal character.Totally de-stemmed before a long, cool maceration. Maturation is primarily in stainless steel with roughly one third undergoes carbonic maceration aiding aromatics and fruit expression. A further third receives six month maturation in French oak barrels for greater complexity.

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La Cave d'Augustin Florent Rouge 2018 (6 x 750mL), Bergerac AOC, France

Lot No: 0030-2488715

The Bergerac wine-growing region, a subregion of South West France around the town of Bergerac in the Dordogne department, comprises 93 communes. Its boundaries correspond more or less with those of the Arrondissement of Bergerac, immediately east of the Bordeaux wine region. 1,200 winegrowers cultivate an area of 12,000 hectares (30,000 acres). The Bergerac area contains 13 Appellations d'origine contrôlées (AOCs) for red, white (dry, medium-sweet and sweet) and rosé wines. The vineyards extend across the southern part of the Dordogne department, the Arrondissement (urban district) of Bergerac. Bergerac soil also features excellent drainage as a result of its proximity to the Dordogne River. Approximately fifteen per cent of Bergerac AOC wine is sold outside France mainly to Great Britain, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands.[2]As in the neighbouring wine-growing area of Bordeaux, the cultivation of vines began in this recently created country district of Bergeracois with the arrival of the Romans. Vines occupied a rapidly expanding place in the local economy, the River Dordogne helped to promote the wine trade along its navigable sections. The fall of the Roman Empire had few adverse effects on wine-growing, since the Visigoths, who became the country's new masters, were great wine drinkers. The arrival of the Saracens and the subsequent Viking raids dealt a severe blow to wine-growing. The Muslims ordered the uprooting of all vines and this, combined with the threat of danger from the northern invaders, caused communities to withdraw into themselves and killed off all trade. The Bergerac area has produced wines since the thirteenth century and has exported wines since 1254, when it began shipping its vintages to England based on special privileges granted by Henry III of England. (271551-21)

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Chateau Le Cazals Rouge 2018 (6 x 750mL), Bergerac AOC, France

Lot No: 0023-2488715

Le ville Bergerac is a commune and a sub-prefecture of the Dordogne department in southwestern France. Bergerac is designated as a 'City of Art and History' by the Ministry of Culture. It is the second most populated prefecture in the Dordogne, after Périgueux.The wines produced in this region, which borders Bordeaux are some of the best in FranceThe cultivation area for the Chateau le Cazals is Mouleydier, Bergerac district, Nouvelle-Aquitaine region - a fascinating hilly landscape along the Dordogne river in the hinterland of Bordeaux. The grape varieties for this wine are Merlot (65%), Cabernets (35%). The vines thrive in the Atlantic climate on clay and silicon sandy soils in the heart of the municipality. The grapes are harvested in several rounds with optimum ripeness."After 15 days of maceration, the wine is fermented temperature-controlled. Before bottling, the Chateau le Cazals is stored for a period of one and a half years. Very nice garnet red, intense bouquet with concentrated notes of blackberry, dark cherry and cassis. On the palate well structured, fills the mouth. Distinctly fruity and underpinned with noticeable, well-integrated tannin. Well balanced and with a nice length." (271438-5)

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La Francette Cabernet Sauvignon NV (6 x 750mL) Vin de France

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Lot No: 0038-2488715

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La FrancetteCountry Hierarchy:Vin de Table - Vin de France Grape/Blend:Cabernet SauvignonFood suggestion: LambWine Style: Red - Rich and Intense (271551-5)

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Le Pas Du templier Minervois NV (6 x 750mL) Languedoc-Roussillon, Cork

Lot No: 0042-2488715

Grape Varieties

- Carignan, Grenache, Shiraz, MourvedreRegion/Appellation:MinervoisCountry Hierarchy:Languedoc-Roussillon, France Grape/Blend:Southern Rhone Red Blend Minervois is an appellation for distinctive red wines from the western Languedoc in France. In general, they are more supple than those produced in Corbières, just to the south. The Minervois title also covers rosé and white wines. The predominant grape varieties used in AOC Minervois wines are Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre. (271438-20)

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Domain Bel Avenir Beaujolais-Villages Rouge 2016 (6 x 750mL), France AOC

Lot No: 0024-2488715

In France, Gamay's homeland is Beaujolais. It arrived there (most likely from Germany) in the 14th Century and initially received an unenthusiastic welcome. The ruling dukes of Burgundy even tried to outlaw the variety, distrustful of its unfamiliar taste and texture. Gamay was resigned to the granite-based soils in the hills just north of Lyon, a terroir that it was much better suited to anyway.Characteristically, Gamay displays flavours of red cherries and strawberries. (271438-3)

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Monarque Tradition Rouge Malbec NV (6x 750mL), Cahors AOC, France

Lot No: 0035-2488715

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Schist and granite based soils with some limestoneGrape variety: MalbecRegion: CahorsClosure: CorkGastranomie: Goes well with beef, red pasta, Chicken lamb, Kangaroo a real match here and most game or just with a tee bone off the barbie.Ageing: Ready now but improves with age 3 - 4 yearsThis is a very good example of how producers nowadays are managing to reconcile real Cahors character when young.Colour is black as it should be, tinted purple but not opaque. Nose expressive with red and dark fruit, earthy minerals and leather touches. Palate is medium/full bodied with plenty of fruit, lively acidity with a leathery tang, more earthy minerals, tar hints, liquorice notes and strong saline backbone leading to an adequately long and firm finish with marked tannins. Nothing here for a Cahors lover not to like. (271438-13)

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La Francette Merlot NV (6 x 750mL), France. Cork

Lot No: 0040-2488715

La Francette Merlot NV

Merlot is a dark blue-coloured wine grape variety, that is used as both a blending grape and for varietal wines. The name Merlot is thought to be a diminutive of merle, the French name for the blackbird, probably a reference to the colour of the grape. Its softness and "fleshiness", combined with its earlier ripening, makes Merlot a popular grape for blending with the sterner, later-ripening Cabernet Sauvignon, which tends to be higher in tannin. (271551-7)

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Domaine Arlaud Gevery-Chambertin 2014 (3x 375mL), France. Cork.

Lot No: 0048-2488768

Domaine Arlaud Gevery-Chambertin 2014 (3x 375mL), France. Cork. (273846-159)

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