Dinner Party

Every Dinner party should start with some bubbles, so here we start with a sparkling Vouvray from the Loire valley, a 100% Chenin made in the traditional method. Small delicate bubbles, nice and dry with no added sugars and flavors of citrus fruit and exotic fruits.
From the dry bubbles we go to the round and rich Saint Veran from Burgundy with notes pear and peach and white flowers, perfect companion for white meats or fish, it has this rich buttery finish typical of white burgundy. And for the main course what else then a Bordeaux? 100 % Merlot grapes that express a beautiful freshness of black and red fruits, a bit of oak aging adds to the complexity of this full organic wine. This is a must try for Bordeaux fans.

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Vincent Careme, Vouvray brut bio NV, Loire Valley, Chenin

Vincent Careme, Vouvray brut bio 2019

2 bottles
Organic wines
Vegan friendly
From £19.10 per bottle Per mix of six
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Château Brethous, classic 2015, Cadillac, Bordeaux, Merlot

Château Brethous, classic 2016, Cadillac

2 bottles
Biodynamic wines
Organic wines
Vegan friendly
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Producers

Vincent Careme

Vincent Careme
France

Domaine Vincent Careme is a family estate with old fashioned principles and new world ideas, situated in the A.O.C. of Vouvray, and renowned for its high range quality Chenin Blanc and sparkling wines. Vincent and Tania Careme inherited 5 hectares of vines in prime Vouvray terroir from Vincent’s parents and have since created a truly
Domaine Guerrin

Domaine Guerrin
France

Respect the vine, enjoy the wine, that is the Domaine Guerrin & Fils ethos. At the heart of a protected natural site between the Roche de Solutré and the Roche de Vergisson in southern Burgundy, just to the west of Mâcon, is the village of Vergisson where our wine estate first took root. Created in
Château Brethous

Château Brethous
France

Château Brethous has a long history dating back to the 16th century and the name remains the same today. It is the Verdier family that buy the vineyard in 1963 and since then it has been in the family. In 2008 Cecile Maillé-Verdier takes over from her parents together with her husband Thierry. The vineyard