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Château Jouclary Cuvée Guilhaume de Jouclary 2009 - Chateau Jouclary’s top wine, aged in new oak barrels, is decadently-rich and sumptuous, with a dense palate of baked black fruit, earthy minerals, soft, ripe tannins and a dry finish, redolent of prunes and chocolate. Enjoy with game pie, ribeye steak and other fine meats. 14% ABV
Château Jouclary Cuvée Tradition 2010 - Ripe and juicy with good weight, moderate tannins and attractive notes of sweet blackberry, farmyard and thyme. Blake Creedon, Irish Examiner (January 2012) - 'This is another wine that won me over on the first sniff: its delicious sweet farmyard scent giving way to a well-weighted medium mouthful.'
Caves de Cascastel Château dArse Cuvée Exception 2010 -Chateau d'Arse is one of our most popular wines, but don't let the comic name fool you into thinking that this isn't a very serious red! This classy Fitou would cost far more if it came from one of France’s more illustrious appellations. Supple and brooding, with pronounced notes of black cherry compote, graphite, minerals and discreet black pepper. Huge complexity and length! 14% ABV
Gabriel Liogier Syrah Les Gravières 2010 - Extravagant, opulent shiraz from France’s balmy Languedoc region. Aromatic and generous nose of blackberry and lavender, with a full-bodied palate of plum jam, cocoa and bramble fruit. Silky, ripe tannins, and great freshness. Versatile enough to match most savoury dishes, though pairs especially well with steaks and hearty casseroles.