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DRY RED WINES

Chateau Nenime / Bordeaux  
A soft, smooth and mellow Bordeaux  with elegant fruity aromas (black berries, black cheries) as well as woody and smokey notes and hints of vanilla. A long but soft aftertaste with soft tannins.
Grapes: 40 % Merlot, 40 % Cab. Sauvignon, 20% Cabernet Franc, 10% Cabernet Franc
 

Chateau Vergnes Beaulieu  Supérieur / Bordeaux  
A very harmonic Bordeaux with fruity notes of currants, plums and aromas of vanilla. Oak aged for 9 month
Grapes: 50% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc, 20% Cab. Sauvignon, 10% Cabernet Franc

Superior is the indication of a higher quality, whereby the wine stands out in terms of taste and the alcohol content must be at least one percent above the minimum requirements of the standard DOC wines.
 

Corbiers Raoul / Languedoc

A very complex, sophisticated Bordeaux  with aromas of very ripe  or cooked black fruits, prunes and candied fruits. The garnet red wine shows fine notes of vanilla and wood hints. Oak aged for 18 month
Grapes: Carignan, Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre
 

Chateau Juguet / St. Emilion/ Bordeaux Grand Cru
This Grand Cru tends to have a rich, mouth-drying tannic structure, which is balanced by the more juicy characteristics of plum and black cherry fruit, along with chocolate and sweet spice, developing savory tobacco and cedar characteristics with age. Oak aged for 12 month
Grapes: 70 % Merlot, 25% Cabernet Franc, 5 % Cab. Sauvignon           
 
 
Chateau La Rousselière / St. Estephe/ Bordeaux
Very unique, charming full flavored wine with hints of roasted mocca, tobacco and cassis. Rich wine with gritty tannins on the finish. 12 month oak aged.
Grapes: 50% Merlot, 40% Cab. Sauvignon, 10% Cabernet Franc
 
The uniqueness of the wines in the "Club Elite" selection is underlined by a number of additional extras. The wines are bottled in a bottle in a shape that  has been long time forgotten. It corresponds to the bottle shape that the great châteaux used in the 19th century. The preservation of tradition has also been thought of with the label. The label is also designed in the romantic style of the late 19th century and reflects the heritage of the Château in design.
 
 
Feytit Clinet / Pomerol/ Bordeaux
This exeptional Pomerol, deep in color, pops with truffle, cigar box, licorice, black cherry and oyster shell. Sensuously textured, the wine is full bodied, lush, long, concentrated, rich and vibrant. The mouth filling finish is loaded with dark chocolate covered black cherries and juicy sweet plums.
18 month oak aged.
Grapes: 93 % Merlot, 7 % Cabernet Franc
 

SWEET RED WINES  

Monastrell / Valencia   
Bobal / Valencia    


DRY WHITE WINE

Le petit Rouilly / Loire
A very fresh and crisp white wine with hints of lemon, rhubarb and white flowers.  The finish is vibrant and mineral driven.
Grapes: 100 % Sauvignon Blanc
 

SPIRITS

Cognac wine, Pineau de Charentes (white / red)  
Liqueur wine aged in oak caskets. Aroma consists of classical cherry eau de vie, straight with a chocolate touch when shaken. Final taste evokes a cherry bonbon.
   
Portwines
Heavy and sweet from the Douro Valley/ northern provinces of Portugal. It is fortified with the addition of distilled grape spirits, often cognac. Produced for France only.
 
CHAMPAGNE

Cremant d'Alsace
A dry , beautiful golden, yellow sparkeling wine with very fine
tasting bubbles. Pleasant nose of white peach and apples from the Alsace region.
Grapes: 100 % Chardonnay - organic farming
 

 











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French wine regions

Champagne in the north with it's famous crisp and fruity sparkeling wines.

Bourgogne offers light and smooth wines such as Beaujolais or Pinot Noir.

Cognac and Armagnac are north and south of Bordeaux and famous for their fine spirits.

Bordeaux is one of the most famous wine regions in France and produces dark full bodied wines often aged in oak barrels. Saint Emilion, Medoc, Pomerol and Margeaux are just a few of the high quality wine areas.

To the south east you will find Cote du Rhone also famous for it's high quality wines. We all know Chateauneuf  du Pape, not only for fine tasting wines instead it is an interesting collector item for some wine connoisseurs.

Languedoc  in the very south, close to the Mediteranien sea, is one of the newer known wine regions producing wonderful country wines such as Grenache or Shiraz.

The beautiful Provence is known for it's crisp rose wines.

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