Exclusive Red

The exclusive red is a travel through the highly rated appellations of France, It starts in Saint Joseph, Northern Rhone valley with a wine from a passionate winemaker, Nicolas Badel, this 100% Syrah has an intense nose of black fruit all the way to candied fruit, very structured tannins and hints of pepper and blackcurrant, a very powerful wine.
After this we go to Burgundy to the Cote de Beaune with this Maranges 1er cru from Vincent Bachelet, A perfection of Pinot Noir, fresh with loads of red fruits like cranberries and notes cedar from the oak aging process make this wine complex and very interesting.
Our last stop is in Bordeaux in the beautiful village of Saint-Emilion for this grand cru from Bardet, a blend of merlot and cabernet franc will give you a mix of red and black fruits and velvety tannins with an everlasting finish, please open it an hour before drinking or even better decant it so that it can express itself to it’s full potential.

Price
£132.20 per case
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Country
France

Producers

Nicolas Badel
France

In 1999 he acquired his vineyards in Saint-Joseph and Condrieu near the town of Limony and began by selling his wine to the local cooperative. It wasn’t until 2010 that he finally started bottling wine under his own name from his own 8 hectares, which says a lot about Nicolas. He is not one to

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.”