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Bauduc Selection 2024


New release, 2024. A mixed 6-pack with six different, delicious wines. Younger whites and a rosé and slightly more mature reds. Equivalent to £13.50 a bottle.

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This 6-bottle Selection case contains;

1 bottle Sauvignon Blanc 2023
1 bottle Rosé 2023
1 bottle Les Trois Hectares blanc 2023
1 bottle Bordeaux Supérieur 2018
1 bottle Bordeaux Supérieur 2019
1 bottle Les Trois Hectares rouge 2020

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Sauvignon Blanc 2023. This is a classy, elegant dry white that's crisp and refreshing but with a moreish and mouth-filling texture. 2023 was a warm growing season after a wet spring, and we had plenty of sun and just enough rain for the grapes to fully ripen by the end of the summer hols. 12.5% natural alcohol is the right level for our Sauvignon Blanc which is all dry-grown, with no irrigation.

The back label: 'This was our 25th harvest, all with Daniel and Nelly in the vineyard. The house wine at Restaurant Gordon Ramsay and a special selection for Rick Stein, our estate-grown Sauvignon Blanc (90%) with a little Sémillon makes a versatile, lovely, crisp and dry white. 12.5% vol.'

Rosé 2023. This rosé is pale and dry and deliciously refreshing. It works well with or without the sunshine - and it's terrific with all sorts of food as well, not just on its own as a summer quaffer.

The back label: ''Our 25th harvest. The house rosé for Rick Stein for well over a decade, we picked our red grapes early (40% Cabernet Franc, 40% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon) and used just the free-run juice for this delicious, pale and dry wine, before pressing the skins. 12.5% vol.'

Les Trois Hectares blanc 2023. Because the seriously old vines are all jumbled up, we call it a 'field blend' on the back label, though that's not an official term as it's not all that common nowadays. While the 2022 Les Trois Hectares was richer and more lush, this has lovely balance and refreshment value. Sémillon makes a wine that's normally lower in alcohol than our Sauvignon Blanc but they were on a par in the 2023 harvest.

The back label: 'Our 25th harvest, all with the same team, of a single plot of Sémillon vines planted in 1947, along with 15% of Sauvignon Blanc and other old varieties in a field blend from the same block. A fine dry white for serving with good food or simply on its own. 12.5% vol.'

Bordeaux Supérieur 2018. The most recent vintage of our classic red and already drinking well - absolutely fine on its own though better with good food. This 2018 has a Diam cork which eliminates the risk of cork taint, so it's well matched for large dinners, parties or weddings.

The back label: "2018 was a fine vintage with a damp spring, a hot summer and a sunny harvest. A medium to full bodied blend of 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, this can be kept for a few years although it's supple and fruity enough to enjoy quite young." 14% alc.

Bordeaux Supérieur 2019. New release, November 2023. Our classic Bordeaux red from the excellent 2019 vintage. A medium-to-full-bodied claret for drinking now or keep for a few years.

We're already drinking this, having thought it might be a bit 'young' and tannic. Yet it's come round after more than two years in bottle and slips down all too easily. We made it from 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon from the vines on the south and west facing slopes and from those on the plateau near the château. Fermented in stainless steel vats, with some aged in oak. Ready to enjoy after a few years, either with good food or on its own.

The back label: ‘2019 saw a long, hot summer here with just enough rain, then a fine, sunny harvest. A medium to full bodied blend of 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, this can be kept for a few years through it's supple and fruity enough to enjoy quite young.’ 14% alc.

Les Trois Hectares rouge 2019. A delicious wine, made with lower yields and aged in French oak barrels. Fuller bodied than our classic Bordeaux Supérieur red, and deservedly more expensive, we think. The 2019 are 2020 are drinkable now but will age well for a good few years too, especially in magnum.

The back label: "A special cuvée, this blend of 75% Merlot and 25% Cabernet Sauvignon was made from two parcels of vines in a single block, and aged in small French oak barrels. A full bodied wine, it's ripe enough to drink young or keep it for years. Best decanted." 14% vol.