Château Peybonhomme Les Tours, Premieres Cotes de Blaye Rouge AOC 2001
€15.20
Château Peybonhomme Les Tours, Premieres Cotes de Blaye Rouge AOC 2001
Order code: MPFR010
Hints of black cherries and spices, this lightly oaked Bordeaux wine has very soft tannins and is suitable for spicy food. 12.5% ABV.
Quintessence de Peybonhomme, Premieres Cotes de Blaye Rouge AOC 2001
€23.75
Quintessence de Peybonhomme, Premieres Cotes de Blaye Rouge AOC 2001
Order code: MPFR011
A delicious wine, ample and smooth with a good finish. 12.5% ABV.
Château Peybonhomme, Premier Cotes de Blaye , Lacustreres 2004
€15.60
Château Peybonhomme, Premier Cotes de Blaye , Lacustreres 2004
Order code: MPFR027
Made predominantly from Merlot grapes with just a small percentage of Cabernet Sauvignon. 13% ABV.
Chateau la Grolet L’Atypic, Cotes de Blaye 2012
€16.80
Chateau la Grolet L’Atypic, Cotes de Blaye 2012
Order code: MPFR028
A 50% Malbec and 50% Cabernet Franc blend. Light, fruity and aromatic. 13% ABV.
Domaine de Brau, Cuvee Compagnons, Vin de Pays de l’Aude Rouge 2013
€13.69
Domaine de Brau, Cuvee Compagnons, Vin de Pays de l’Aude Rouge 2013
Order code: MPFR012
This is the replacement for the very popular Domaine de Brau Rouge. It is made from a blend of 60/40 Cabernet sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. "Serve a Cassoulet with this big, peppery Southern French red, full of black cherries but not jammy" Damian Barr, Sunday Times Magazine
Château de Brau, Cuvee Exquise, Cabardes AOC 2007
€16.40
Château de Brau, Cuvee Exquise, Cabardes AOC 2007
Order code: MPFR014
Made from Merlot, Grenache, Cabernet S. and Syrah. Full of fruity concentration and firm tannins, this oak aged red would be an ideal companion to hearty meat dishes. 13.5%ABV. “Sweet baked red fruit on the nose. Juicy, ripe berry fruit flavours and generous tannins, full bodied and rewarding. Good length, showing coffee notes and baked fruit.”A & A Farmar, Best of Wines in Ireland 2008.