Exclusive Staycation

When you receive this box from France you have all you need to make your staycation a big success. Only winners in this box with to start a very fancy Cote de Provence rosé that punches above its weight. A blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah make up for this glittering pale rosé with floral and fruity aromas. White flowers and berries on the palate with a lovely acidity. Next we are off to Burgundy, near Macon for a Saint Véran, 100% chardonnay full of citrus fruits and white flowers. This wine has been a Wineaffairs favorite since the company was created, the quality of this wine is way above its price tag, it has a long lasting finish and will perfectly pair with your white meat or fish. Let’s go to the otherside of France for our last wine, Bordeaux or Medoc to be more precise, also called the left bank of Bordeaux. The wine from Chateau Pontet-Barrail is part of the select club of Cru Bourgeois, a special distinction for the wines produced in Medoc. This is a full bodied red of predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon, aromas of ripe black fruits and figs with spices on the nose to be followed by a velvety palate with hints of vanilla and leather. This bottle will benefit from a decanting or at least opening a bit before drinking. Perfect companion for a steak or any other strong flavoured dishes. Simply amazing.

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The Winenot story began with a meeting, that of Paul and David. A wine producer and a native of burgundy. Paul grew up among the vines, Pinot and Chardonnay flow through his veins. David, a speciality wine merchant. A shared passion for local produce together with a spirit of adventure led the two friends to

Domaine Guerrin

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

chateau labadie

The Bibey family has been in the Médoc for many generations. Having settled in Bégadan, Jean-Mathieu Bibey, Jérôme’s grandfather, began cultivating vines as a farmer. At the time, he took the grapes to the village cooperative to produce chateau Pontet Barrail, as polyculture and livestock farming were de rigueur. The vineyard has been planted on