Too often we taste fantastic local wines on our travels and scour the shelves of the local supermarket upon our return, only to discover they’re seemingly unheard of on our thirsty isle. Enter Wine Club. Search and order regional wines through our specialist representatives and take advantage of some expert recipe matches.
The Madeleine Angevine grapes are gently whole bunch pressed to achieve as fine a juice as possible. A slow, cool fermentation retains freshness and delicacy. The wine is very elegant with subtle gooseberry, nettle and elderflower aromas, with
Sauvignon de Touraine, ‘Le Haut Perron Thésée’, Domaine Guy Allion (Organic Practices)
Loire, France, 2010
This delicious and great value Sauvignon de Touraine has lifted aromas of elderflower cordial, Victoria plums and hints of grass. The palate is filled with gooseberry fool infused with elderflower and hints of summer fruit. This domaine, with its
A selective blend of the best Albarino grapes in the O Rosal subzone, blended with the indigenous Loureira and Caiño Blanco (harvested in October). This is greenish-yellow, evoking white flowers and green plums on the nose, and filling out on the
From start to finish an exuberant cocktail of passion and kiwi fruit - with a touch of gooseberry, so typical of Marlborough. Un-oaked and really zesty, this has an exciting appetising edge alongside its bold fruitiness.
Produced from the oldest Bacchus vines in the UK, this wine is a consistent national award-winner and our Bestseller. Appealing fruit notes mingle with floral aromas and dashes of light citrus hints. The palate is off-dry with a mouth-filling and
A wine with an interesting past..! In the 19th Century Luis Cousino and his wife Isidora brought some Riesling vine grafts back from Germany from which the vines found in the Vineyards today are descended. This is a true Riesling with a touch of the