Taking it's name from the tiny (3ha) vineyard planted over 100 years ago in 1915 this is a stunning example of the heights great Beaujolais can reach. Already boasting an array of bright raspberry and cherry fruit, fleshed out with blackberry and dark plums and just a hint of spice from 9 months of oak ageing, this is only going to get better. This will keep developing in the bottle for a decade or more, bringing out the sort of complexity and balance we tend to expect from far more expensive wines from Beaujolais' Burgundian neighbours.Chateau de Pizay
Freshly picked and fermented Frappato grapes are blended with ultra-ripe Nero d'Avola that have dried on the vine to provide a delightful "Appassimento" style red - rich, savoury and a real crowd-pleaser.
A celebration of Mendoza - the colour, culture and flavour and a celebration of friendship. A really pure expression of Malbec, bright red & juicy, rich chocolate flavours with a lick of oak to round out the edges. Muy, muy fantasticó – richly bloody, vibrant, Latin and velveteen.
Classic Provence rosé, expressive and aromatic, blending fresh cherries and floral notes alongside more exotic fruits then finishing with a soft round palate packed with peach and raspberry.