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Guigal Cotes-du-Rhone Rouge 2015 (6 x 750mL), France.

Full with a long finish and plenty of elegance and finesse due to the well balanced tannins and fruit.Balance between scarcely perceptible acidity and tannins which add ageing potential and softened by long ageing in oak

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Debussy Cotes-du-Rhones Villages Grenache 2016 (12 x 750mL), France.

This wine comes from parcels selected from the finest terroirs of the Southern Rhone Valley region, extending from Montélimar to Nîmes.The Grenache and Syrah vines are planted on clay-limestone plains which are particularly well exposed and are managed to obtain a yield of around 40 hl/ha.

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Debussy Gamay 2016 (12 x 750mL) Comte Tolosan, Sud Ouest, France.

Winemaking philosophy combines classic French style and varietal character with state of the art modern methods to ensure consistency from year to year.

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Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Villages 2017 (12 x 750mL), France.

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Harvesting of this wine is done manually, in whole bunches, from vines that are over 20 years old. Maceration lasts from six to eight days and malolactic fermentation is conducted at temperatures between 79 – 82°F in stainless steel tanks.Interesting FactsBeaujolais-Villages takes its name from a number of wine-producing villages long identified for the superior quality of their wines. In this instance, “superior” refers to greater complexity in bouquet, higher concentration, and deeper flavor. Its distinctive character sets a middle ground for Beaujolais, with its unique casual charm and the prestigious Top Ten Cru Wines to the north. If one could compare a glass of joyful Beaujolais to Mozart’s Cherubino, then Beaujolais-Villages would be Figaro-more mature, worldly and self assured. Beaujolais-Villages is that ideal, multipurpose red wine we all look for in a wine.Serving HintsA wine that lends itself to all occasions, from the aperitif to the cheese board, this Beaujolais-Villages works with appetizers and charcuterie, such as prosciutto and other salty meats, soft cheeses, light pasta dishes and “fun foods” like pulled pork sliders.

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Les Courtilles Cotes du Rhone 2017 (12 x 750mL), France.

Les Courtilles (a series of small courtyards) is named after the village winery founded in 1997 by Bernard Schurr. Here Bernard had the ambition of crafting small batches of wines with individual character and charm. Les Courtilles Cotes du Rhone is sourced from 35-year-old vines on the right bank of the Rhone between Orange and Avignon.

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St Clementin Réserve Benoit XII Châteauneuf du Pape 2015 (3x 750mL), Rhone

Lot No: 0043-2480189

In the XIVe century Pope Jean XXII, chose Chateauneuf as the location for their summer residences, and then decided to plant vines on the stony land which surrounded their landholdings. For a long time the wine production remained a secret but started to become well known in the XVIIIe century but it was in 1929, that it was officially recognized and bestowed with it's own appellation Châteauneuf-du-Pape. This appellation means that the wine production in Chateauneuf du Pape is subject to strict controls to ensure that the 55 vineyards produce an extremely fine wine.Located between Avignon and Orange, Chateauneuf-du-Pape spreads out at the foot of the remains of it's fortress castle.. The village looks over the plain of Comtat and the 3 000 hectares of vine fields. The village is almost completely dedicated to its world famous wine "Chateauneuf du Pape" which is also part of the similarly famous Cotes du Rhone. (263345-13)

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Chateau D'Ampuis E.Guigal La Turque Cote Brune Cote Rotie 1995 (1x 750mL)

Lot No: 0015-2478434

This is the inaugural vintage of what has become one of the most iconic wines in the Guigal stable. (266176-31)

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Paul Jaboulet La Chapelle Syrah 2007 (2x 750ml), Rhone. Cork closure.

Lot No: 0060-2478434

Paul Jaboulet Aine has been a part of the Rhône Valley wine industry for almost two centuries, beginning with a small plot of land on the hills of Hermitage, before expanding throughout the region. Today, it encompasses more than 100 hectares (250 acres) of vineyards making wines from the northern and southern Rhône, including Hermitage, Crozes-Hermitage, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Condrieu and Cornas.In 1834, Antonie Jaboulet began working the hills of Hermitage, growing and cultivating the vines that would lay the framework for future generations. On his death, the estate was passed to his sons Henri and Paul, the latter eventually giving his name to wines and the company. The maison was passed through the Jaboulet family until the purchase by the Frey family in 2006. (265688-58)

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Le Clos Saint Jean Vin De Pays D'oc Pinot Noir 2006 (1x 750mL)

Lot No: 0050-2478434

Le Clos Saint Jean Vin De Pays D`oc Pinot Noir 2006 (1x 750mL), Fr, Cork Closure (266176-34)

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E. Guigal Lieu Dit Syrah 2006 (1x 750mL), St-Joseph. Cork closure.

Lot No: 0039-2478434

E. Guigal is one of the most notable wine producers in the Rhône Valley. It was founded in 1946 by Etienne Guigal in Ampuis, a village near the famous roasted slopes of the Côte Rôtie,with a long history of winegrowing, and today has plots throughout the Rhône. Guigal makes wines from classic Mediterranean varieties like Grenache, Mourvèdre, Viognier and Roussanne, although the focus has always been on Syrah and Côte Rôtie.The company's sizeable holdings run the length of the valley, encompassing Saint-Joseph, Hermitage, Gigondas, Condrieu and Chateauneuf-du-Pape, making wines in each, as well as a couple of Côte du Rhône wines. However, Guigal's most notable wines – La Landonne, La Turque and La Mouline – are all from Côte Rôtie, and are some of the most sought-after wines in the region. In fact, all three have had 100-point Robert Parker scores for multiple vintages.La Mouline and La Turque are both Syrah – Viognier blends from vines with an age of up to 75 years old. Both spend around 42 months in new oak before release and are dense and aromatic. La Landonne is 100 percent Syrah, from 35-year-old vines, and spends a similar amount of time in oak. A fourth Côte Rôtie wine, Château d'Ampuis, is named for a historical site that was acquired by Guigal in 1995.Guigal also makes a late-harvest dessert wine from Viognier in the Condrieu appellation, called Luminescence. This wine is only made in exceptional vintages, and has been the victim of theft – in the excellent 2015 vintage, a third of the grapes were harvested without the knowledge of the winemakers. (267141-20)

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