New exciting wines!

The wild vineyards at Villalobos, Colchagua Valley, Chile More artisan, low intervention wines, all the way from Yarra Glen, Australia; Colchagua and Maule Valleys in Chile, Mendoza, Argentina and the Loire Valley… here’s the list: Anjou blanc ‘Haut de la Garde’, Pierre-Bise: A racy, mineral, Savennières-like Chenin blanc Cheverny rouge, Clos du Tue Boeuf: Thierry Puzelat’s light, red berry scented Gamay – Pinot Noir from the Loire Le P’tit Tannique Coule Bien, Puzelat-Bonhomme: Another Loire natural wine from Puzelat’s stable; as original and digestible as always Cinsault ‘Quella’, Louis Antoine Luyt: A Chilean Cinsault, natural, full-bodied, unfiltered and pure fruited Carignan Reserva , Villalobos ‘Wild Vineyards’: Carignan from Chile? ... Yes, from wild, almost untended vineyards and only 12% by vol. Cabernet Sauvignon, Familia Cecchin: From our favourite organic estate in Mendoza, Argentina; Classic Cabernet with lovely natural freshness Carignan, Familia Cecchin: And another South American Carignan for good measure, round and mellow, sweetly-fruited and full-on flavoured Bobar Syrah, Tom and Sally Belford: Organic Syrah from Australia, Beaujolais-style carbonic maceration, and only 12%. Quite different
Pascal Rossignol

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