Pale straw colour. Fragrant peach and mineral nose; off-dry, ripe peach and musk melon flavours, good length. Well balanced and fresh.
A refreshing and easy-drinking Sauvignon Blanc with gooseberry, grapefruit, honey, fresh herbs and lime. Light with medium length. Drink up.
The bright, lemony hue of this beer looks like liquid sunshine. On the nose there are notes of banana runts candy and spicy ginger. This Saison is medium-bodied, with vivacious carbonation and a touch of warming alcohol. Stock up on a couple of bottles to crack when guests come around; they’ll love the herbaceous and spicy flavours.
Pale straw colour with a lime tint; minerally peach and grapefruit on the nose with a honeyed note — flavours that play out on the palate carried on racy acidity.
Very deep garnet. Mature, medium-intensity nose of raisins, cassis, instant coffee and caramel from oak. Full-bodied; tannins are soft, acidity and alcohol taste prominently. Quite fruity, with sour cranberry and cherry flavours. Long finish. Drink this year.
Dark yellow. Striking nose of honey and exotic fruits, minerally. In a slightly oxidized style, it feels mellow and half dry on the palate, but the finish is sharp, fresh and very long. Quite original from a little known appellation that uses the same grape (Chenin Blanc) as Vouvray.
Domaine de Pellehaut has been owned and managed by successive generations of the Béraut family for over 300 years. Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Tannat, Syrah, Malbec and Pinot Noir, averaging 27 years of age, go into this medium-bodied Côtes de Gascogne blend. Dusky black cherry, black plum and cassis along a raft of silky fine tannins to a juicy, plum swelled and peppery finish. Easy to drink and enjoy now; an ideal bistro red at an exceptional price or pour liberally around the barbecue.