Treat yourself to 12 irresistible French treasures from Bordeaux, Beaujolais, Rhône, Loire, Alsace and more. Today $1,248 – save $980 – plus receive three FREE bottles of our best-loved Cabalié 2019, and two FREE Dartington Crystal Bordeaux glasses (together worth $917). Plus FREE DELIVERY! *One set of free gifts per case while stocks last. Visuals for illustrative purposes only.
Pinot Gris is a top grape of Alsace. The same as Pinot Grigio, here it produces lush, spiced apricot and pear fruit, beautifully illustrated by this Gold medal 2018. Using grapes from next door to a Grand Cru vineyard, this is rich, ripe and intense.
A wine from Ludovic Roussillon, the winemaker behind the generous ripe fruit and velvety tannins of Château Le Coin. In Moulin du Prieur, you’ll find the same appealing style. From a 5-star vintage, this 2019 has creamy blackberry and plum notes.
Bordeaux's 2019 vintage has been called by critics as "excellent", "outstanding" and "incredibly high quality". You'll find all that in this fine, well structured, velvety ripe Bordeaux from a fourth generation family estate in the Entre Deux Mers.
Few wine regions offer more opportunity for discovery than France’s famed Bordeaux, and we’ve found you a lovely treat in Château Les Aubitriès. The estate’s vineyards have been certified with France’s highest environmental designation, so you know sustainability meets great quality in every bottle. This red is from a top vintage: 2019 was “a miracle vintage that richly deserves a place in the pantheon of greats” writes thedrinksbusiness.com.
Mas de Daumas Gassac was called "the one First Growth of the Languedoc" by wine writer Hugh Johnson. This is their superb Réserve – a crisp, exotically aromatic white that captures the brilliance of the Guibert family's Grand Vin at a modest price.
The new vintage of this Gold medal Sauvignon is a must-try. It's from the Tarn Valley, SW France, home to the ancient white wine of Gaillac. Made by revolutionary winemaker Jean-Noël Barrau, it's bright and citrusy with delicate pear and apple fruit.
What a wine! We all love quality Châteauneuf du Pape but it comes at a price. That’s why this ‘next door’ frequent medal winner is such a canny buy. Exceptional richness and fruit concentration thanks to ancient vines, superb terroir and oak ageing.
Dartington Crystal was founded in 1967and quickly became the most recognized manufacturer of simple yet functional glassware in UK. This pair is specially designed by our founder, Tony Laithwaite, for tasting clarets from Bordeaux. Its design helps to enhance the aromas of the wines, so you can enjoy your favorite Bordeaux in full flavours, and of course, in style!
A mouthfilling, richly spiced red with an illustrious, medal winning history, Cabalié needs no ceremony. Just large glasses for serving! It's a Grenache charged red from very old Roussillon vines, so has gorgeous spicy berry fruit in abundance.
Winemaker Jean-Marc Sauboua has won Trophies and Golds galore for his Bordeaux whites and this 2019 shows him on top form. The first sip reveals hallmark verve and zest with added sophistication, body and a lingering toastiness from the Sémillon and the oak. He likes to 'keep it in the family' at Le Chai, and sources some of his grapes from Château de Thieuley, firstly because the fruit quality is so good, and, just by the way, it's owned by his two nieces, great winemakers in their own right.