French Wine

Bordeaux, Languedoc, Provence, Rhône Valley, Alsace, Burgundy, Loire Valley, Champagne … to the wine lover these names barely register as geographic regions that pre-date viticulture. They’re simply a browse through the wine rack, a reminder that life is a wonderful thing. France has given so much to the world of wine, and judging by the astronomical sales the country still manages to make, it has no intention of stopping. That’s why every day, we at Rude Wines pay homage to the constructors of Eurotunnel for bringing this culture to our doorsteps.

Among the immense volumes of wine produced by France, there is inevitably going to be plenty of plonk designed for the unschooled market. And similarly there are golden and ruby gems that get overlooked. That’s where our dedicated team of tasters come in to the equation. We’re here to sniff out those great French wines and chunnel them straight into your collections.

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  • Château Mondain 2015, Bordeaux

    Bordeaux may produce some of the most expensive red wines in France, but you can still find top value wines if you know where to look. This Merlot-based red is the kind of claret you could happily enjoy and never have an inkling that it's so reasonably priced. Try with a traditional Sunday roast. Read More.

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