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  1. Côte Rôtie: Patrick Jasmin 2016

    Côte Rôtie: Patrick Jasmin 2016

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    Wines of the Week
    My favourite examples of the classic 95% syrah, 5% viognier blend are still those made on the vertiginously steep, 'roasted' slopes of Côte-Rôtie, among them the classically silky Patrick Jasmin Côte-Rôtie 2016 – a wine that will be sure to add more savoury depths and interest for many years to come.
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    David Williams - The Observer, 6th October 2019
    Bottle
    £49.00
    Bottle (Case)
    £588.00
    Magnum
    £110.00
    Magnum (Case)
    £660.00
  2. Côtes du Roussillon: Les Sorcières du Clos des Fées Blanc 2017

    Côtes du Roussillon: Les Sorcières du Clos des Fées Blanc 2017

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    Weekday Wines
    Must-Try White: Former sommelier Hervé Bizeul is better known for his reds, but this inviting, unoaked blend of Grenache Blanc, Vermentino, Roussanne and Macabeau from steep, chalky limestone slopes is a delicious drop for the price. Exotically fruity, waxy and nutty with a floral and saline seam running through a beautifully textured, generous palate. 92 points.
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    Tina Gellie - Decanter magazine, November 2019
    Bottle
    £15.25
    Bottle (Case)
    £183.00
  3. Coteaux de l'Ardèche: Cépage Viognier 'Grès du Trias' 2018

    Coteaux de l'Ardèche: Cépage Viognier 'Grès du Trias' 2018

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    The best full-bodied autumnal wines for chillier nights
    Another excellent viognier is the Vignerons Ardechois Viognier Grès du Trias 2018 Coteaux de l’Ardèche. This is a more serious (ponderous, even, or somnolent) viognier: structured, with quite a weight of alcohol holding it together, and with more savoury, cologne-style florals and a flavour of peach and apricot skin.
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    Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 6th September 2019
    Bottle
    £11.75
    Bottle (Case)
    £141.00
  4. Beaujolais en Besset: Domaine de Fa 2017

    Beaujolais en Besset: Domaine de Fa 2017

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    Wine Spectator
    Light-bodied, with a fresh mixture of black cherry, raspberry and strawberry notes, accented by tea, spice and floral details. Light, glossy tannins add a nice texture through the long, herb-tinged finish. Drink now through 2022. 90/100.

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    Gillian Sciaretta - Wine Spectator, September 2019
    Bottle
    £15.95
    Bottle (Case)
    £191.40
  5. Saumur: Domaine Filliatreau Château Fouquet Rouge 2017

    Saumur: Domaine Filliatreau Château Fouquet Rouge 2017

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    Why cabernet franc is the next big thing in Loire wines - and which ones to buy
    Yapp has some older cabernet francs that you could try, including a Filliatreau from 2009. This is a younger wine, made from organically grown grapes in the Saumur appellation. Reminiscent of elderberries and summer berries.
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    Victoria Moore - The Telegraph, 30th August 2019
    Bottle
    £14.50
    Bottle (Case)
    £174.00
  6. Alsace: Léon Beyer 'Réserve Personnelle' Pinot Noir 2017

    Alsace: Léon Beyer 'Réserve Personnelle' Pinot Noir 2017

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    Spectator Wine Club
    A fruity, earthy, burgundy-rivalling Pinot Noir.
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    Jonathan Ray - Spectator Wine Club, July 2019
    Bottle
    £17.25
    Bottle (Case)
    £207.00
  7. Crozes Hermitage: Pascal Frères 2016

    Crozes Hermitage: Pascal Frères 2016

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    Spectator Wine Club
    The 2016 Pascal Frères Crozes-Hermitage is right up my alley - a full-flavoured, well-priced red Rhône of real quality. Made from 100 per cent Syrah, it's soft, supple and approachable with inky dark fruit and plenty of blueberry/blackberry notes, a touch of spice and a long finish. I lapped it up.
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    Jonathan Ray - Spectator Wine Club, July 2019
    Bottle
    £16.25
    Bottle (Case)
    £195.00
  8. Chinon: Francis et Françoise Desbourdes 'L'Arpenty' 2018

    Chinon: Francis et Françoise Desbourdes 'L'Arpenty' 2018

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    Spectator Wine Club
    The 2018 F&F Desbourdes 'l'Arpenty' Chinon Rouge also hails from the Loire Valley and is as tasty a Cabernet Franc as I've had in yonks. It has been a staple of the Yapp list for over 40 years and it's easy to see why. Enjoy it as I did, lightly chilled, with a simple picnic of onion tart and salad.
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    Jonathan Ray - Spectator Wine Club, July 2019
    Bottle
    £14.75
    Bottle (Case)
    £177.00
  9. Saint-Pourçain: 'La Ficelle' Rouge 2018

    Saint-Pourçain: 'La Ficelle' Rouge 2018

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    Spectator Wine Club
    Look beyond the goppingly awful painted bottle of 2018 La Ficelle de Saint-Pourçain and glory instead in the joyously drinkable contents. A juicy, jammy, thirst-quenchingly tasty blend of Gamay and Pinot Noir from the Loire, it's a vin de soif par excellence and perfect for long summer lunches outdoors.
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    Jonathan Ray - Spectator Wine Club, July 2019
    Bottle
    £11.15
    Bottle (Case)
    £133.80
    Magnum
    £25.00
    Magnum (Case)
    £150.00
  10. Vin de Corse Sartène Rosé: Domaine Saparale 2018

    Vin de Corse Sartène Rosé: Domaine Saparale 2018

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    Spectator Wine Club
    The 2018 Domaine Saparale Rosé is from Corsica and an estate I visited a year or so back with the Yapp boys after they had stumbled upon the wines quite by chance in a local bar when overcome by thirst. Blended from Vermentino, Sciacarello and Nielluccio, it's a charming pale pink and full of herbs, spice and wild strawberries. Corsican wine is very 'in' and this is one of the tastiest of examples you'll find.
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    Jonathan Ray - Spectator Wine Club, July 2019
    Bottle
    £17.25
    Bottle (Case)
    £207.00

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