Video Round-Up: A very memorable Saint Estèphe

Video One: Château Sérilhan Saint Estèphe 2004
Saint-Estèphe, which lies on the left bank of the Garonne River, is one of four major wine growing appellations of the Médoc. Château Sérilhan is a family owned estate and this 2004 blend of the three Bordeaux classics is a brilliant reminder of how good these wines can be. Concours des Grands Vins de France de Mâcon ’06. (20% off Bordeaux for the month of April)

For the following wines, click on the links provided for each to view videos.
Video Two: Fonty’s Pool Sauvignon – Semillon 2007
From one of James Halliday’s most highly rated wineries, this single vineyard white blend is a true wine drinkers wine. Low yields and Pemberton’s cool climate has helped produce outstanding complexity.
Video Three: Murray’s Road Sauvignon Blanc 2009
Another exquisite Sauvignon Blanc to join our Marlborough range. Lashings of passionfruit is just the start of this sweet tropical heaven. Usually €12.99, available in the month of April from €10.33 per bottle.
Video Four: Mirabello Pinot Grigio 2008
Italy does inexpensive whites incredibly well, especially when it comes to their speciality, Pinot Grigio. Sourced from Lombardia in the north, these grapes are grown on hillside vineyards around the town of Pavia.
Video Five: Dexter Chardonnay 2006
One of the pioneers of the Mornington Peninsula, Tod Dexter is renowned for some of Australia’s finest Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. There is only a few bottles left of this 2006 vintage, of which less than a thousand were produced.

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