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Bauduc Selection Box

£12.50

Three different reds and three dry whites. Equivalent to £12.50 a bottle.

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A taster pack of 3 lovely dry whites and 3 vintage reds. £12.50 a bottle.

This 6-bottle case contains;

1 bottle Les Trois Hectares rouge 2017
1 bottle Bordeaux Supérieur rouge 2017
1 bottle Bordeaux Supérieur rouge 2016
1 bottle Sauvignon Blanc 2019
1 bottle Sauvignon Sémillon 2019
1 bottle Les Trois Hectares blanc 2019

See our nifty 'best to drink' graphic on the back labels.

Les Trois Hectares Rouge 2017. A small production, flavoursome and full bodied red that was aged in French oak barrels. It can be opened and consumed with pleasure now, with or without food.

The back label: ’A blend of 75% Merlot and 25% Cabernet Sauvignon from a single vineyard, this medium to full-bodied red was aged in French oak barrels. Lovely to drink young or keep it for a few years. Best decanted but not essential. 14% vol.”

Bordeaux Supérieur 2016. It's not a light wine although all too easy to drink. Best with good food and we've been decanting this. Or keep for a year or two.

The back label: ‘This is a classic Bordeaux blend of three quarters Merlot and 25% Cabernet Sauvignon. Medium to full bodied and partially aged in oak, it’s easy, fruity and supple enough to drink quite young. Serve with good food.' 13.5% vol.’

Bordeaux Supérieur 2017. The 2017 red has turned out really well and has become our firm house favourite. Easy, all-round drinking.

The back label: ‘This is a classic Bordeaux blend of three quarters Merlot and 25% Cabernet Sauvignon. Medium to full bodied and partially aged in oak, it’s easy, fruity and supple enough to drink quite young. Serve with good food.’  13.5% alc.

Sauvignon Blanc 2019. Our Sauvignon Blanc is the house wine at Gordon Ramsay's three Michelin star restaurant in London. Our 20th vintage and a 'star buy' in The Times and Sunday Times, June 2020.

The back label: “This was our 20th vintage and we were blessed with a dry summer and fine September harvest. A blend of 95% Sauvignon Blanc and 5% Sémillon, our estate-grown dry white has been the house wine for Gordon Ramsay and Rick Stein for two decades.” 13% vol.

Sauvignon Sémillon 2019. This is actually the wine we made from the pressed juice from our Sauvignon Blanc and Les Trois Hectares blanc. Really tasty stuff and good value.

Back label:“This was our 20th vintage and we were blessed with a dry summer and fine September harvest. A blend of 95% Sauvignon Blanc and 5% Sémillon, our estate-grown dry white has been the house wine for Gordon Ramsay and Rick Stein for two decades. 13% vol.”

The Les Trois Hectares Blanc 2019. Our 20th vintage of our dry Sémillon, with a little Sauvignon, from seriously old vines. Exotic and full in 2019.

The back label: ’This was our 20th vintage of Les Trois Hectares, from a single seven acre block of 80% Sémillon and 20% Sauvignon Blanc vines that were planted in 1947. It is an aromatic dry white that is great with food, or simply on its own. 13.5%.”

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