South of France


Mediterranean coastline, medieval hilltop villages, romance, wine... these are the associations we make with the south of France. Stretching from the Pyrenees in the west to the Alps and the French Riviera in the east, the southern tier of France produces a huge amount of wine in a wide range of styles. From the famed rosés of Provence to the full-throttle reds of Languedoc to the innumerable Mediterranean white varietals, there is something for everyone. Not to mention that prices for southern French wines tend to be much lower than those from its regional neighbours to the north. 

Lorgeril 2019 L'Orangeraie Rose 750ml


"Since 1620, the Pennautier and Lorgeril family have been the driving force of the Languedoc region, striving to create a 'Great Languedoc'. After World War I these two venerable families were joined by the marriage of Paule de Pennautier and Christian...

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Laurent Miquel 2018 Vendanges Nocturnes White 750ml


Elegant pale straw colour. Aromas of grapefruits lemon peel with a delicate floral overtone. A well balanced, lively white wine with superb freshness. This wine is ideal for pre-dinner drinks or will also accompany perfectly fish and seafood platters...

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Laurent Miquel 2018 Pere & Fils Chardonnay 750ml


Based in the Languedoc, the superb terroir of Cazal Viel was first planted by Roman warriors during the construction of Via Domitia. Following the French Revolution, the Miquel family acquired the estate and thus began the Miquel legacy of wine producers...

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Domaine Tempier 2016/17 Bandol Classique 750ml


Tempier's 2016 Bandol Cuvee Classique was the only red I had a chance to taste from this historic domaine. A Mourvèdre-dominated wine (70% to 75%, depending on the vintage) blended from several vineyards and aged in foudres, it shows some leathery...

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Grachies 2019 Cotes de Gascogne Rose 750ml


Aromas of sweet strawberries, citrus, and fresh blackcurrants lead to a thirst-quenching palate of wild herbs and citrus-y acidity. A delicious and refreshing rosé that's not too dry, not too sweet, and just right. Made from Merlot, Cabernet...

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Boutinot Le Fou 2018 Pinot Noir 750ml


Winemaker's Notes: Obviously fuller than Pinot Noir from Burgundy, it has a warm rich nose with some delicate leafy aromas. The palate is nicely balanced with 'fraises sauvages', violets and caramel finishing with an exciting savoury bitterness provided...

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Grachies 2018 Cotes de Gascogne Blanc 750ml


"The Domaine de Grachies is a great value offering from France's south western region of Gascony.  While not well known to most customers, Gascony is indeed a great spot for quality, unique wines, and generally at very reasonable prices.  This...

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Hob Nob 2018 Pinot Noir 750ml


The Hob Nob Pinot Noir is from France's Pays d'Oc region and is made in a modern style, similar to what you might find in California. Cherry and raspberry aromas are followed by juicy, ripe berry flavours. Dry, medium-bodied, with a medium finish. Pairs...

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Pour Le Vin 2017 A La Carte Syrah 750ml


This energetic wine from France's Languedoc region is from 40 year old vines in the Aude region. Grapes are de-stemmed and macerated in tanks before bottling. On the nose, enticing aromas of juicy cherry, plum and blackberry. The palate is succulent and...

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Les Jamelles 2017 Vermentino Pays d'Oc 750ml


You can find winemaker Catherine Delaunay on the road in the Languedoc supervising and approving the final blend of grapes in this bottle of Vermentino. Once thought to be exclusively Italian, Vermentino likely shares genes with a mutation of Malvoisie...

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