1 x Le Bourgogne Chardonnay, from Burgundy, France
From Chanson Pere et Fils, this Char- donnay packed full of flavour from the warm, wet weather in the summer of southern Burgundy, a bouquet with hints of lemon and butter, following through to a crisp apple on the palate.
1 x Langlois Chateau Sancerre, from the Loire Valley, France
A fabulous Sauvignon Blanc from Langlois Chateau in the Loire Valley, a balance of minerality and subtle peach and ripe apple flavours linger on the nose, with a touch of citrus on the palate.
1 x Michel Chapoutier, Crozes Hermitage Syrah from the Rhone Valley, France
Warm Summers, wet winters and the cold mistral wind allow for juicy fruit. This wine from Michel Chapoutier has a hint of dried fruit and coffee, and light well balanced fruit and tannin on the palate.
1 x Mathilda Shiraz, from Victoria, Australia
From Michel Chapoutier, bringing french style to Australia. A brilliant ruby-garnet colour with a jubilant nose of ripe fruit. Blackberry and blackcurrant flavours with nuances of sun-dried olives, black tea, tar and anise.
1 x Chanson Pere et Fils, Fleurie, from Beaujolais, Burgundy, France
A great wine from Burgundy, though often mistaken for a Rhone wine. Chanson Pere et Fils produce this wine using the Gamay grape which has low tannin, producing a velvet texture and anise and red berry bouquet.
1 x AIX Rose, Nestled in the rolling Provence hills, North-East of Aix-en-Provence, Maison Saint AIX is one of the largest domains in the AOP Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence with a holding of 75 hectares planted at an altitude of 400-420 metres.