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"From the IGP Pays de Cucugnan in the Corbières area, and a property run by Alexander Sichel, this is Grenache, Syrah and Carignan from vineyards at 350 metres in the Vallée de Cucugnan. It's a dark, brooding, but ultimately very plush and fruity red, creamy tannins and moderate acidity giving backbone. Peppery spice flits around aroma and flavour in a robust but very approachable red."
Tom Cannavan, wine-pages.com
Case of 12:
£143.40
Bottle (75cl):
£11.95
"

I'm acutely aware that we rarely offer champagne in these pages, other than the occasional treat from our beloved Pol Roger (the Speccie house pour), largely because I've never found one that's good enough or well-priced enough. Well, crikey, thanks to Esme Johnstone of fromvineyardsdirect I've finally now found one. The Arlaux Champagne Premier Cru, Brut Grande Cuvée NV fair knocked my socks off. Produced by the Arlaux family from insecticide-free Premier Cru vineyards in the Montagne de Reims, it's first-rate fizz and no mistake. And don't just take my word for it.

It's gloriously honeyed, toasty notes and finest of fine mousses also caught the eye of Robert Parker, no less, who recently placed it top of a blind tasting of 50 non-vintage champagnes. Oh, and by the way, Bollinger was second and Taittinger third, both of which cost a heck of a lot more than this does.

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Jonathan Ray, The Spectator Magazine
Case of 6 bottles + free delivery:
£203.70
Bottle (75cl):
£33.95
"A lovely and eminently approachable, Pinot Meunier-dominated grower Champagne, based on the 2016 vintage, with 40% of reserve wine from 2015 in the blend. It has a golden colour and only 5.5g/l dosage, but the ripeness and softness of the mousse and fruit profile make this elegantly sippable. There is some biscuity toast, but there's plenty of mid-palate fruit and a well-balanced finish with zippy acidity giving good length."
Tom Cannavan, WINE-PAGES.COM
Case of 12:
£275.40
Bottle (75cl):
£22.95
Case of 12:
£215.40
Bottle (75cl):
£17.95
"A 50/50 blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon for this Cru Bourgeois. I tasted the 2010 just last year (91-points) and though this has some time to go, it already appears to be an even better effort. There's an absolutely classic fragrance of cedar and pencil-shavings over savoury black fruits, touched with leafiness, game and subtle spices. In the mouth it is medium-bodied and beautifully pitched between that savoury, complex character of tobacco and leather, and a fresher fruit quality. Keen acidity gives excellent balance. Classic all the way, and surely has years of further cellaring potential. "
Tom Cannavan, Wine-pages.com
Case of 12:
£227.40
Bottle (75cl):
£18.95
"The 2018 Domaine du Bicheron, Mâcon-Péronne, FromVineyardsDirect's bestselling white, is corking value old vine white burgundy brimming with fresh apple and quince notes and just a tease of citrus and honey."
Jonathan Ray, The Spectator
(previous vintage)
Case of 12:
£179.40
Bottle (75cl):
£14.95
"The 2017 Pauillac hails from an estate that will be loved and fêted in eternity and is in great form, showing just how well these wines develop, especially in slightly less well regarded vintages such as 2017. With luscious, plump Merlot to the fore, theres plenty of juicy fruit and theres elegance and restraint too and a deeply satisfying savoury finish."
Jonathan Ray, The Spectator Magazine
Case of 12:
£275.40
Bottle (75cl):
£22.95
"Made by the winemaking team at Margaux third growth, Château Giscours, this appellation Bordeaux red is 70% Merlot with 30% Cabernet Sauvignon. Now with five years under its belt, there's a gentle pink rim to the ruby colour and very attractive aromas of spiced plum compote, with some classy cedar and a depth of fruit. A very pleasing wine in the mouth too, lots of juicy plum and black cherry, firm tannins and keen cherry-skin acidity give enough bite and structure, against the suppleness of the fruit."
Tom cannavan, Wine-Pages.com
Case of 12:
£167.40
Bottle (75cl):
£13.95
"A Pinot from the Languedoc, this has certainly retained freshness and edge in the heat of the south, with only 12.5% alcohol and a crisp, herb and red fruit nose. It's a Pinot in an authentically light- to medium-bodied style, fragrant and staying crisp and refreshing. The antithesis of 'blockbuster', but lovely of its style."
Tom Cannavan, wine-pages.com
Previous vintage
Case of 12:
£143.40
Bottle (75cl):
£11.95
Case of 12 bottles (4 of each):
£183.00
Case of 12 bottles (4 of each):
£135.40
Case of 12 bottles (3 of each):
£164.40 £156.00
Case of 12 bottles (6 of each):
£143.40
Case of 12:
£299.40 £287.40
Case of 12 bottles (6 of each):
£185.40
Case of 12 bottles (3 of each):
£176.40
Case of 12 bottles (4 of each):
£155.40
Case of 12 bottles (6 of each):
£145.00
"First, the Michel Guilleminot Blanc de Noirs Brut Champagne NV, a fabulous fizz from the Vallée de l'Aube. Fresh, vibrant and fruity, with a delicate mousse and a touch of biscuit and brioche, this mouth-filling, 100 per cent Pinot Noir gives many a Grande Marque a run for its money. It certainly beats any supermarket own-label champagne hands down."
Jonathan Ray, The Spectator
Case of 6:
£155.70
Bottle (75cl):
£25.95
"The 2017 M. Chapoutier La Combe Pilate might only be categorised as a humble IGP Collines Rhodaniennes but it's a Viognier of astonishing style and elegance made just yards from the fabled Condrieu appellation and thus a fraction of the price, although no less fine. It boasts everything that a fine Viognier should boast: honeysuckle, peach and apricot on the nose, a delightfully creamy, oily texture, delicate, restrained white stone fruit and fresh herbs in the mouth backed by a long savoury finish."
Jonathan Ray, The Spectator
(previous vintage)
Case of 12:
£203.40
Bottle (75cl):
£16.95
"Finally, one of my all-time favourite sparklers: 2016 Crémant de Bourgogne Emérite Brut. A champagne method Chardonnay/Pinot Noir blend from Burgundy, its so good I never tire of recommending it to anyone who can bear to listen. Its astounding they can make such a fine vintage fizz for so modest a price and I can't get enough of it."
Jonathan Ray, The Spectator Magazine
(previous vintage)
Case of 12:
£191.40
Bottle (75cl):
£15.95
"A lovely and eminently approachable, Pinot Meunier-dominated grower Champagne, based on the 2016 vintage, with 40% of reserve wine from 2015 in the blend. It has a golden colour and only 5.5g/l dosage, but the ripeness and softness of the mousse and fruit profile make this elegantly sippable. There is some biscuity toast, but there's plenty of mid-palate fruit and a well-balanced finish with zippy acidity giving good length."
Tom Cannavan, WINE-PAGES.COM
Case of 12:
£275.40
Bottle (75cl):
£22.95
"

I'm acutely aware that we rarely offer champagne in these pages, other than the occasional treat from our beloved Pol Roger (the Speccie house pour), largely because I've never found one that's good enough or well-priced enough. Well, crikey, thanks to Esme Johnstone of fromvineyardsdirect I've finally now found one. The Arlaux Champagne Premier Cru, Brut Grande Cuvée NV fair knocked my socks off. Produced by the Arlaux family from insecticide-free Premier Cru vineyards in the Montagne de Reims, it's first-rate fizz and no mistake. And don't just take my word for it.

It's gloriously honeyed, toasty notes and finest of fine mousses also caught the eye of Robert Parker, no less, who recently placed it top of a blind tasting of 50 non-vintage champagnes. Oh, and by the way, Bollinger was second and Taittinger third, both of which cost a heck of a lot more than this does.

"
Jonathan Ray, The Spectator Magazine
Case of 6 bottles + free delivery:
£203.70
Bottle (75cl):
£33.95
"If you fancy another non-Chardonnay/non-Sauvignon Blanc, make a beeline for the single vineyard 2016 Bernard Fouquet Le Marigny Vouvray Sec from the Loire. Chenin Blanc is all-too easily overlooked, maybe because the cheap stuff just isnt that good. In the right hands, though, as here, the grape really sings. Crisp, clean and fresh with hints of baked apples, stone fruit and honey, its dry on the finish and thanks to time spent in oak has just the faintest whisper of vanilla."
Jonathan Ray, The Spectator
Previous vintage
Case of 12:
£179.40
Bottle (75cl):
£14.95
"...from one of Robert Parkers favourite southern Rhône producers. The Domaine Les Grands Bois Maximilien is from Cairanne and vineyards at the foot of mighty Mont Ventoux, notorious for comprising the toughest leg of the Tour de France. Richly flavoured with warm, spicy, ripe fruit, it boasts both the sweetness of Grenache and the dark plumminess of Syrah and is hugely enjoyable."
Jonathan Ray, The Spectator Magazine
(previous vintage)
Case of 12:
£179.40
Bottle (75cl):
£14.95
"The 2018 Ch. Saint Jean Plan de Dieu is a Côtes du Rhône Villages of quite some style from Christian Meffre, famed for his glorious Châteauneuf-du-Pape and Gigondas. This, a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan is resolutely CdP in style and well worth its modest price tag, being soft, smooth, rich and spicy and full of ripe dark fruit."
Jonathan Ray, The Spectator Magazine
Case of 12:
£155.40
Bottle (75cl):
£12.95
"A 50/50 blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon for this Cru Bourgeois. I tasted the 2010 just last year (91-points) and though this has some time to go, it already appears to be an even better effort. There's an absolutely classic fragrance of cedar and pencil-shavings over savoury black fruits, touched with leafiness, game and subtle spices. In the mouth it is medium-bodied and beautifully pitched between that savoury, complex character of tobacco and leather, and a fresher fruit quality. Keen acidity gives excellent balance. Classic all the way, and surely has years of further cellaring potential. "
Tom Cannavan, Wine-pages.com
Case of 12:
£227.40
Bottle (75cl):
£18.95
 
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