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  1. Les Petits Mains Faugeres 2014

    Les Petits Mains Faugeres 2014

    €19.95

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    This cuvée is a hommage to a talented grandmother renowned for the brightly coloured clothes she made... This wine associates the straight, pure line of the Carignan variety with the seductive Syrah, the rich softness of the Grenache, the elegance of the Mourvèdre and the fresh style of the Cinsaut. This Faugères, magnificently rich in fruit, will seduce novices as much as connoisseurs who appreciate complex wines. Learn More
  2. Château Musar Jeune Red 2014

    Château Musar Jeune Red 2014

    €24.95

    No oak used here for the Jeune which is old vine Cinsault with some young vine Syrah and Cabernet. A spicy, savoury, smoky red with great fruit and friendly tannins, a great introduction to the Musar stable, produced since 2006 but the first time we've seen it in Ireland. Learn More
  3. Domaine d'Aupilhac Montpeyroux 2012

    Domaine d'Aupilhac Montpeyroux 2012

    €27.95

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    Great complexity on the nose and in the mouth allied with the deep garnet colour that results from the grapes being picked when the skins are fully mature. Mourvèdre 30% Syrah 25% Carignan 30% Grenache 10% Cinsault 5% Learn More
  4. The Chocolate Block 2015

    The Chocolate Block 2015

    €34.95

    The Chocolate Block is is a blend of Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Viognier which differs from year to year. It is smooth, fine and balanced and has been a cult wine for many years now.

    Explosive nose with great depth of spiced fruit and violet-infused perfume. Striking freshness on a firmly structured palate with elegant and supple tannins. Spicy oak aromas covering a rounded mid-palate that reveals layers of fruit with intense purity. 

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  5. Moulin de la Gardette Gigondas 2015

    Moulin de la Gardette Gigondas 2015

    €34.95

    Composed of 80% Grenache, 10% Mourvedre and 10% Cinsault grapes from vines between 20 and 60 years old on the Moulin de la Gardette hillsides, at elevations from 100m to 300m. The crop is hand-picked (of course) and 100% destemmed but does not pass through a crusher, so that many of the berries ferment whole. The must is allowed to ferment at its own pace using just the natural yeasts to preserve the consistent Moulin de la Gardette character from one vintage to the next. The Cuvee Tradition is rich and luxurious with soft tannins and a long finish. It should drink well for the next five years or more. Learn More

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