Wine from Bordeaux in France
Lovely fresh, lively, fruit-driven Bordeaux from the excellent 2016 vintage.
Green-fruited Sauvignon that at just 11.5% makes a great lunchtime choice.
A lovely everyday Claret, ripe and fruit with classically crisp, dry tannins.
Rich and textured Bordeaux Supérieur, a special cuvée in honour of the 1750 château's founder.
Organic Merlot-blend that bagged silver at famous French wine show Concours Général Agricole.
House white at Ramsay and Stein, this is an immaculately crafted Sauvignon.
St-Tropez-meets-Bordeaux in this juicy, watermelon-scented pink wine.
Over-achieving claret that bagged a gold medal at the 2016 Decanter World Wine Awards.
A red worth celebrating from petit chateau Bauduc and the lovely, ripe 2015 vintage.
Viscous, waxy white in the mold of a great Hunter Valley Sémillon.
Superb Saint-Émilion satellite, petit chateau Bordeaux.
Classy Merlot-dominant Bordeaux from the gravelly soils of the Garonne.
Superb oak-aged, Merlot-based blend from eminent Saint-Émilion satellite.
Premium Graves blend of Semillon and Sauvignon from Domaine de Chevalier stable.
Beautifully matured, controlled, concentrated Saint Emilion Grand Cru.
2015 vintage from one of the top wines in the appellation and a rising star of Bordeaux's Right Bank...
Popular 'Cru Bourgeois' estate that's sandwiched between Margaux and Saint-Julien.
Second wine of Château Phélan Ségur, an estate established by Tipperary man Bernard O'Phelan!
"Benjamin Sichel makes violet-scented, silky Margaux year after year." - Decanter magazine