Christmas Luxury

In this mixed case we really push the boat out, nothing is good enough for our Christmas celebration. So we start with a Champagne Blancs de Blanc, Chardonnay at its zenith. A very intense color, straw gold. A precise nose of fruits like lemon, pear and pineapple followed by the marzipan, toast and brioche. On the palate a very fresh start, lovely small bubbles and a very long finish on notes of grapefruit. We are following up with an exclusive Saint-Aubin 1er Cru, white Burgundy at its very best, rich, round and with a complexity that never ends. An ever-lasting finish with this amazing softness and buttery notes And last but definitely not least, a Grand Cru from Saint-Emilion The 2014 Franc le Maine has a deep purple color, the high amount of Cabernet-Franc in the blend gives it a lovely fresh nose and the Merlot makes it rich and gives the velvety tannins, a bottle perfect for your meat course at Christmas and please open it a bit before it will enhance the wine a lot or even decant it if you can

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Country
France

Producers

Michel Marcoult
France

The family business was created in 1967 by Michel Marcoult who lovingly passed the baton and all his wine making knowledge on to his son Francis. As the estate continues to respect tradition it also develops and cultivates wines of the highest calibre, garnering numerous awards inthe process. Fortunate to work with three contrasting terroirs

Vincent Bachelet
France

Vincent Bachelet is the 3rd generation of the Bachelet family to work the 17 hectares the domaine now has, the grapes come from the most pestigeous appeltions in Burgundy and the agriculture is done with minimal intervention. All grapes are handpicked and destemmed for the pinot noir and sorted, in the winery again all is

Vignobles Bardet
France

Roger Bardet passed on to his son Philippe a passion for growing wine, a taste for doing work well and a deep respect for the estate. In 2008, Philippe took over Château Franc le Maine, another Saint-Emilion Grand Cru.“A subtle blend of technical innovations and environmental practices designed to reveal the treasure within our terroir.”