Bordeaux Wine

Situated in the south-west of France, Bordeaux is divided into two separate banks. The left bank is situated to the west and the right bank to the east. The Bordeaux region of France is one of the largest wine-growing areas, filled with thousands upon thousands of beautiful vineyards. Bordeaux wine takes on various forms, with something to suit every palette. Bordeaux is home to many of the world’s best wine estates and is one of the most well-known and highly favoured wine regions in history.

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2015 Château Mancedre, Pessac-Leognan

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2015 Cote de Bordeaux-Cadillac, Classic

From £14.40 per bottle Find out more
2015 Medoc

2015 Medoc, Chateau Pontet Barrail, Cru Bourgeois

From £16.80 per bottle Find out more

2015 Saint-Emilion grand cru chateau Franc Le Maine

From £21.70 per bottle Find out more

2016 Bordeaux Fronsac, Clos du Roy Fronsac

From £18.90 per bottle Find out more

2016 Bordeaux supérieur, Roc Meynard

From £11.80 per bottle Find out more

2016 Château Mancedre, Pessac-Leognan

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2016 Medoc, Chateau Du Moulin Neuf

From £14.50 per bottle Find out more
Sans Soufre

2017 Saint-Emilion chateau Franc Le Maine Sans Soufre

From £19.30 per bottle Find out more

2018 AOC Bordeaux blanc, Grand Cuvée

From £14.20 per bottle Find out more

2018 Bordeaux Fronsac, Clos du Roy Fronsac

From £18.90 per bottle Find out more
Sans Soufre

2018 Saint-Emilion chateau Franc Le Maine Sans Soufre

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2018 Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, Cuvée Peaky Blinders

From £39.00 per bottle Find out more
2019 Saint Emilion

2019 Saint-Emilion, Cuvée Peaky Blinders

From £26.00 per bottle Find out more

Over the years, Bordeaux wine has evolved and changed to embrace sustainable practices and modern techniques. This has resulted in a constant stream of modern and extremely drinkable wines. Some of the best Bordeaux wine is labelled as cru classé. Wine bearing this label is certain to be of the highest quality.

Bordeaux is famous for producing a wide variety of Bordeaux wine including Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sémillon and Merlot. There are also some delicious rosé wines that simply must be experienced from this wonderful region.

As a simple guide: red Bordeaux wine typically pairs well with charcuterie boards. A crisp rosé Bordeaux wine works well with salads and fish, whilst a dry white Bordeaux wine compliments white meat. Some say that white wine and oysters are a match made in heaven. Ultimately the decision is yours. Enjoy embracing and experimenting with flavours as you desire!