Category: Rosé

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Louis Roederer Tasting: 6 Superb Champagnes

July 25th 2017

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The name Louis Roederer, synonymous with prestige and heritage, instils sentiments of quality and tradition. Founded in 1776, this triumph of a Champagne house remains one of the last significant independently run estates of the region. With an annual production north of 3 million bottles and a global reach of 100 countries, there is no doubting the adoration bestowed upon this benchmark of a Champagne company.

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St Baillon Rosé 2016: “a truly delicious, unbelievably reliable and yet eminently affordable French classic”

June 12th 2017

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In last week’s Moneyweek Matthew Jukes highlighted a few different French domaines that he feels make “great inexpensive wine year in, year out” – no easy feat given the unpredictability of European weather. We were delighted to find our best-selling Ch St Baillon Réserve du Château Côtes de Provence Rosé included in his recommendations.

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New Release | Château de Sours Rosé 2016

February 8th 2017

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Goedhuis & Co have offered the rosé of Ch de Sours in the early spring for many years. Last year owner and friend of Goedhuis, Martin Krajewski, sold the property; it seemed like the end of an era. But we soon learned that Martin had stayed on as a consultant at the château, and we are pleased to begin the year’s rosé offerings once again with this cheerful, easy-drinking pink from Bordeaux. The 2016 is available in a range of formats, and large orders benefit from a discounted rate. The wine will be shipped shortly, and delivered in time for…

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