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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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  • Sichel "1883" 2018 (no sulfites added), Bordeaux

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    An auspicious year 1883, the same year the owners of Château Angludet and Château Palmer, in the Margaux appellation, set up offices in Bordeaux. This is 100% Merlot with no added sulfites, a wine with a nod to the past made with the winemaking skills of the present. Read More.

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  • Terre Antiche Gavi di Gavi 2018, Piedmont

    From the Gavi Region in Piedmont this is a suave, sophisticated Italian dry white wine that will have you coming back for more. Made from the Cortese grape, PIedmont's finest white grape variety which typically makes crisp, lime scented wines with flavours of apples, peaches and melons. You're in for a treat if you pair this with grilled prawns, seafood linguine or pasta in pesto. Read More.

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