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Le Petite Caves Cotes de Rhone Red NV (12 x 750mL), Rhone. Cork

Le Petite Caves Cotes de Rhone Red NV (12 x 750mL), Rhone. Cork

Lot No: 0030-2485008

The French Cellar commenced trading in 2010. We currently work with one of the largest wine growers and distributors in the world who specialise in wholesale wines and spirits.It is a subsidiary of a worldwide group, which is the European leader in distribution and a major player in the wine trade in France with eight locations within France in addition to its headquarters in Bordeaux. Working closely with experts in the wine industry they involve themselves first hand in the vinicultural skills of wine production at all levels.The company, known worldwide, is present in thirty countries. We source wine from nearly every wine region in France. (271551-14)

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Coteaux Du Lyonnais Rouge la cave D'Augustin Florent 2015 (6 x 750mL) Fr

Coteaux Du Lyonnais Rouge la cave D'Augustin Florent 2015 (6 x 750mL) Fr

Lot No: 0018-2485008

Côteaux du Lyonnais is a relatively small appellation created in 1984 for red, white and rosé wines from the hillsides west of Lyon. Though the town lies on the Rhône river, both Lyon and the vines lay beyond the northern boundaries of the official Rhône wine territory.The region borders the southernmost Beaujolais vineyards to the north. But administratively the AOP lies outside any broader region.These wines are of a lighter style than those produced in the Rhône region, and are closer in style to those produced in Beaujolais. The red wines, in fact, are produced from the Gamay grape variety using carbonic maceration. This is the same combination which creates the distinctive wines of Beaujolais.A small amount of white wine is made under the appellation, from Chardonnay and Aligoté. Occasionally some Pinot Blanc is added to the blend. These are traditionally dry, floral styles, some of which are matured in oak barrels for up to a year to produce a slightly more structured, weighty version.Despite its small geographical area, the region is split into three areas; the Mont d'Or to the north, the Arbresle valley in the center, and a southern area around the hills just outside Vienne. The Beaujolais region begins on the northern outskirts of the commune of L'Arbresle.The co-operative Saint-Bel is responsible for the production of about half of all Coteaux du Lyonnais wines, the majority of which are consumed within France and are rarely export. (271551-15)

$13.50
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$81
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AOC Cotes Du Rhone Rouge Puy Chanteroc 2018 (6 x 750mL) France

AOC Cotes Du Rhone Rouge Puy Chanteroc 2018 (6 x 750mL) France

Lot No: 0015-2485008

The Rhone Valley is the second largest vineyard in France in terms of the volume of wine production and is also one of the oldest vineyards in France. The Rhodanian vineyard is a world apart. From terraces to steep flanks, it plays with the green hills. However, we can speak of Rhodanian vineyards as the Rhone Valley diversifies along the river. Following the northern coasts that extend from Vienna to Valencia on granite slopes, the main grape varieties are Syrah for red wines and for white wines viognier or roussanne and marsanne. As for the southern coasts stretching from Montélimar to Avignon, the vines take up all the space on rather limestone soils with a multiplicity of grape varieties, the grenache playing the role of the main grape variety for red wines, the clairette and the bourboulenc for white wines. The most famous wines are for red wines, Côte-Rôtie, Crozes-Hermitage and Châteauneuf-du-Pape, and for white wines, Condrieu and Clairette de Die. (271551-20)

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$66
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Les Celliers de Champsbilloux IGP Bouches de Rhone NV (6 x 750mL)

Lot No: 0031-2485008

Bouches-du-Rhone

is the IGP title for wines made in the administrative department of the same name on the southern coast of France. Bouches-du-Rhone lies within the Provence wine region, and is also home to the more-famous AOC regions Coteaux Aix-en-Provence and Les Baux de Provence. Because of the AOC’s restrictive laws and fierce loyalty to the traditional grape varieties, many of the IGP wines – which are made from a wider pool of grape varieties – are considered among the department’s best.The boundaries of Bouches-du-Rhone are mostly geographical: the Durance river delimits the north, while the Rhone river (flowing south from the Rhone Valley wine region) makes up a portion of the western border. A swampy wetland area known as the Carmargue lies in the very southwestern corner of the department, on the western side of the river. The Mediterranean makes up the southern border.The combination of climate and geography makes Bouches-du-Rhone well suited to viticulture and grapes have been grown here for thousands of years. While there is an array of different landscapes, from rocky limestone hills to vast plains, soils tend to be poor, free draining, and made up of anything from limestone clay to gravel and sandstone. A lack of water in the soils leads vines to produce more concentrated grapes, leading to more concentrated, flavourful wines. (271551-9)

$8
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$48
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Cellier des Dauphins Reserve Cotes du Rhone Rouge 2018 (6x 750mL), Rhone.

Lot No: 0046-2484979

80-85% Grenache - 15-20% Syrah

The sun-drenched wines from Cellierdes Dauphins are made for great moments to share.A range of wines with silky tannins and a smooth, ripe style, a reflection of the unique character of their terroir and noblegrape varieties.Climate and soilA sunny Mediterranean climate cooled by Mistral winds. Dry winters and summers with high temperatures in summer. Rainfall primarily in autumn and spring.There are two different soil types in the southern Côtesdu Rhône: Clay limestone soil formed of sedimentary rock and pebbles and stony soil with a sandy sub-soil.Viticulture and vinification:The quality of our wines lies in the careful attention given to each stage of the winemaking process. Tasting the fruit enables us to determine the best date to harvest at perfect levels of ripeness. Traditional methods of vinificationare used and the musts are macerated for 15 days at controlled temperatures. Malolactic fermentation is carried out systematically and the wines are aged partially in wood and partially in stainless steel vats. (262975-1)

$7.34
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$44
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