Like stilton and stout, Claret can take a bit of getting used to, but once you have your Bordeaux epiphany you'll never look back. The perfect wine for Sunday lunch.
This blend of Tinta Roriz, Touriga Nacional and Touriga Franca combines fresh red and black fruits notes of spices from aging in oak barrels. Deliciously moreish!
This is a fresh, fruity style of wine showing subtle hints of redcurrant and raspberry. This wine sees no oak which means it is best consumed while fresh and young.
Once described as 'one of the best Bordeaux Supérieurs money can buy' by the world's most influential wine critic Robert Parker - this is a wine that will wow. Beautiful red currant, black cherry and plum fruit aromas give way to notes of spice and moccha.
This top class wine has a nose dominated by blackberries and cherries and a silky smooth palate with fine tannins combining. Classic Morgon, showing the fruit of Beaujolais and the charm of Burgundy.
A garnet juice exudes vibrant notes of red berries and plum. Hints of toasted mocha frame a generously-long finish. Pair this with your roast dinners and stews to dine lavishly as leaves fall
After a red for your Sunday roast? Look no further. Flavour-packed notes of blackberries, jam and redcurrants entwine with hints of regal spices and black pepper.
Deep and inky red in colour, the wine is crammed with black cherry fruit, lifted by subtle vanilla aromas from a touch of oak ageing. Bold, meaty tannins provide satisfying texture and length.
Intense flavours of blackberries and plums. Complexity and harmony is added to this wine by 9 months of ageing in oak barrels.
Calais exclusive. Fruity aromas and florals on the nose. Fine and persistent bubbles. Honeysuckle, acacia and bruised apples on the palate. Very elegant.