French Wine

France has more land under vine than any other country, save Spain, and is the biggest by-volume producer of fine wine. Phocaean Greeks arrived around 600BC, founding the city known now as Marseilles, and planting vines that they had brought with them, although it seems that Gallic tribes were already familiar with wine and had been importing it for some time from Italy. Today, France is famous for its classic wine regions of Bordeaux, Burgundy, the Loire, the Rhône, Champagne and Alsace, plus re-emerging regions such as Languedoc-Rousillon and the South West. It offers a truly diverse array of wines.

4 wines
Old World
2001 Château Doisy Védrines, Barsac
White | Sweet | 12.5%
Case of 12 Bottles
price duty paid
Old World
2001 Meursault 1er Cru Les Perrières, Domaine des Comtes Lafon
White | Still | 13%
Single Bottle
price duty paid
Old World
2001 Château Labégorce Zédé, Margaux
Red | Still | 12.5%
Single Magnum
price under bond
Old World
2001 Château Coutet, Barsac
White | Sweet | 14%
Single Bottle
price under bond
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