“Since I was a small child, i have been in touch with the wine industry. Indeed, my dad was actually working for Bernard Magrez, famous French winemaker & owner of about 40 wineries. Then, I ‘had’ to taste every Sunday a different wine to understand and recognize what is a “bon vin”!” ~ Guillaume Bladocha
CLIMBING SHIRAZ 2009
“This Australian Shiraz was a find! I enjoyed a lot this association between black fruits aromas such as blackberry and cherry associated to the spicy/ peppery secondary notes. It matches nicely with roasted chicken and vegetables.”
A Jeremy Oliver recommended wine. Bright colour; an appealing array of black fruits, dried herbs and pepper on the bouquet; fleshy and generous, with ample red fruits, soft tannins and a vibrant finish – 91 points James Halliday.
DOMAINE FLEURIET TRADITION SANCERRE 2011
“Great French Sauvignon Blanc from a lesser known appellation that is great value for money. I like this very floral nose, citrus aromas with a grilled/toasted aroma. Supple and silky, this is very nice to drink with white meat or just before the meal.”
Pale and clear with a fresh, grassy and vivacious nose. The wine is delicate, flinty, crisp and full bodied—it is also rich and deliciously balanced. Exactly what you would expect from a really good Sancerre. Ideal by itself or with most cheeses—Chèvre especially—and seafood.