A great example of the wild side of Cabernet Franc. Rustic black friut notes with loads of pepper, earthiness and barnyard notes. Made from old vines and aged in old casks for a year. A great wine for adventurous palates; it is best enjoyed alongside hearty meals. The cuvée is named after the film from Bertand Blier, the famed French director whom the winemaker happens to be obsessed with.
Grapes: Cabernet Franc
Region: Bourgueil, France
Very pale pink, with concentrated ripe melon flavours that shows dried berries, cherries, and spice notes. The subtle finish is filled with mango and balanced.
Grapes: Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah blend
Region: Provence, France
Pale, almost colorless in the glass, this wine smells of golden apples and wet stones. In the mouth the wine has a moderate sweetness, with flavors of lemon and apple, and a hint of something woody, like a wet deck in the rain. A finish of grapes.
50% Pinot Gris, 45% Welsh Riesling, 5% Muscat Ottonel
Intense aromas of roses, rose oil and water, refreshing citrus aromas, strawberries and cherry character, light muscat, very subtle tannins give the wine character.
Attractive bouquet of grapefruit zest, over white blossom and fine herb spice. The palate displays juicy characters of fresh tropical fruit supported by elegant balance and a lingering aftertaste of ripe yellow peach.