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  1. 2013 Syrah Cabernet Rosé, Domaine Vigné-Lourac

    Pale-medium rose. Soft red fruit nose. Clean and dry on the palate with a freshness and attractive berry fruits. Elegant, light finish.

  2. 2013 La Lande Cinsault Rosé, Vin de Pays d'Oc

    With an attractive pale pink colour, this is a light and refreshing rosé from the Languedoc region of Southern France. Cinsault lends itself particularly well to the production of rosés, and this dry, unoaked example can be enjoyed as an aperitif or with a wide range of Mediterranean dishes.

  3. 1946 Vintage Bas Armagnac, Castarede

    Deep in colour, with an amazing aroma it is powerful in the mouth with extraordinary length. The whole is dominated by concentrated fruit and round tannins.

  4. 1979 Vintage Bas Armagnac, Castarede

    The 1979 has a delicate nose with hints of perfume. It has aromas of fruits like peach and prune. It is extremely long in the mouth with lots of fruit character and a hint of spice.

  5. NV Bas Armagnac X.O. (min 20 years old), Castarede

    Coppery topaz in the glass with a characterful, intense, vibrant nose showing candied chestnut and dried currants mingled with luscious oaky notes of cigar box and sandalwood. Very mellow, complex palate.

  6. 2012 Braucol, Domaine Vigné-Lourac

    Almost opaque ruby colour; blackberry nose; dry palate with balance of sweet-tasting fruit and soft, complex tannins; has layers of smoky, spicy, berry flavours. Sounds like an anonymous "modern" wine? Not at all, this has a hint of terroir rusticity which adds character.

  7. 2013 Jacques Véritier Blanc, Vin de France

    Aromatic on the nose with hints of green apples and Sauvignon Blanc characteristics. On the palate it has good weight of fruit and beautifully balanced acidity that gives the wine a long, fresh, crisp finish.

  8. 2013 Pinard Cuvée Classique Blanc, Domaine Vigné-Lourac

    A light, crisp blend from Alain Gayrel made with fresh, vibrant grape varieties. This is an excellent aperitif wine, that will also match gracefully light dishes such as chicken salads. Excellent value for money, and a wine that very much over-delivers on its name (Pinard is the French name for 'plonk'!).

  9. 2013 Pinard Cuvée Classique Rouge, Domaine Vigné-Lourac

    Showing a lively bouquet of plum, blueberry and hints of blackcurrant on the nose. The palate is rounded, soft and juicy.

  10. 2013 Sauvignon Prestige, Domaine Vigné-Lourac

    Punchy, fresh gooseberry aromas with a lingering, clean citrus fruit finish.

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