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The Cabernet Franc is planted on clay and Tuffeau chalk soils which impart a distinctive character. On the nose the wine has classic aromas of red currants and cherry with hints of violet and iris. Medium bodied with fine, velvety tannins it is fresh and well balanced.
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Pale pink in colour. Fine raspberry fruit defines the nose, and carries through onto the fresh, midweight palate. The creamy complexity is well-balanced by crisp acidity and there is a long finish of summer fruits and delicate citrus too.
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One of the leading Muscadet producers with substantial family owned vineyards in some of the best locations of the region. The different terroirs owned allows Bernard to offer wines unique in style and differing qualities, - so forget the cheap pretenders to the Muscadet crown, try a wine that grabs you by the scruff of the neck and shakes you around the room - if you dare! Big wine with big minerally flavours of the sea, air and vegetation finishing with a crisp punchy smoky edge - yeehaa!
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Coteaux du Layon is the widest wine area of the Anjou region. Along the Layon river, the vines are protected by the hills in this lovely contryside. Although wine makers produce a good semi-dry white wine, Coteaux du Layon is best known for its sweet white wine which is over 15 centuries old. The vignerons leave the grapes on their vines until over-ripe. This provides the wine with its concentrated taste and high sugar content. This superb dessert wine has a delightful mix of aromas, including honeysuckle, peach, quince-jelly, acacia honey and orange blossom. The mouth is gently sweet with lovely tropical fruit flavours, and is held in supreme balance by zesty citrus fruits and acidity.
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Intense aromas of green apple, honey, apricot and white flowers with a hint of gun smoke. The chenin fruit on the palate is clean and bright and combined with the minerality its just perfect. Ripe fruit yet zesty acidity ensuring that there will life in this bottle for many years to come.
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This is the village adjacent to Sancerre and Pouilly Fume where wines of similar style are made but because of Quincy’s ‘lesser’ name at much reduced cost. This wine is a testament to that; the flavours and aromas achieved in this wine are equivalent to any top flight Sancerre, with ‘grippy’ edgy grapefruit notes and steely crisp fruit. When Anton Beukes, winemaker at the Môreson Winery in South Africa, tasted this wine at supper, he said; ‘This is the wine I would love to make’ - Anton makes some very serious wines, so what an accolade! Winner of Best French White Wine at ‘France under one roof’ London 2005.
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The Coteaux de Giennois is a small wine growing region that can be found just north of both Sancerre and Pouilly Fume. Whilst this area is quite unknown in wine circles it is rapidly catching up with its neighbours. This wine is certainly of a similar quality and style, but currently demands lower prices and therefore offers excellent value for money. Made from 100% Sauvignon Blanc, this wine shows great gooseberry fruit on the nose which leads to a well balanced palate of lime and nettles with refreshing acidity.
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This is a fresh aromatic and fruity Pouilly, which is elegant, has plenty of length and a full body. As with most whites from the region, this matches well with smoked salmon, sushi and most seafood.
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