Still at the price before duty went up on 1 August - the available UK stock of 6-packs is shown above.
A fine mixed case with one sparkling, three whites and two roses. £13 a bottle, as in £78 for 6.
This 6-bottle case contains;
1 bottle Ch Bauduc Sauvignon Blanc 2021
1 bottle Ch Bauduc Les Trois Hectares blanc 2022
1 bottle Ch Bauduc Sauvignon Sémillon 2020
1 bottle Ch Bauduc Cremant 2019
1 bottle Ch Bauduc Rosé 2021
1 bottle Ch Bauduc Rosé 2022
Volume discounts off total order
These are applied automatically.
See our nifty 'best to drink' graphic on the back labels.
Sauvignon Blanc 2021. The new vintage of our best selling wine, and one we're very happy with. Citrusy, nettly and refreshing, this is a more mineral, fresher style than in some hotter, more exotic years.
The back label: "2021 was a later harvest and we had to be patient before bringing in our excellent Sauvignon Blanc in late September. This crisp, fine dry white has been the house wine at Restaurant Gordon Ramsay and a special selection for Rick Stein for two decades." 12% vol.
Les Trois Hectares blanc 2022. 2022 was an excellent year for our old Sémillon vines, which coped well with the drought and summer warmth thanks to their well-established roots. It's by far the richest vintage so far for Les Trois Hectares blanc, and our favourite to date.
The back label: "Les Trois Hectares is a single vineyard of old Sémillon vines that were planted in 1947, along with around 10% of Sauvignon Blanc and other old varieties in the field blend from the same block. A dry white that works well with good food or simply on its own." 12.5% vol
Sauvignon Sémillon 2020. We don't make a Sauvignon Sémillon label every year but did in 2016, 2019 and 2020 - all good years. A smaller production wine that's produced from the pressings of Sauvignon Blanc and the Sémillon from Les Trois Hectares.
The back label: "A classic Bordeaux blend of 85% Sauvignon Blanc and 15% Sémillon, made chiefly from the 'pressed' juice from all our grapes which we ferment and bottle separately. It's a refreshing and moreish dry white wine for any occasion, with or without food." 12.5% vol.
Crémant de Bordeaux, Blanc de Blancs 2019. A fine Crémant like ours can be really good value and we think it sits well between, say, Prosecco and Champagne in terms of quality, style and price. Part of that value ratio comes from the strict rules for making the stuff - such as hand picking into crates and the second fermentation in bottle, as opposed to cheaper tank-made fizz.
The back label: "A sparkling Crémant that was made in the ‘méthode traditionnelle’ - using our hand picked Sémillon grapes from a single block, with a second fermentation in bottle. This dry Blanc de Blancs was aged on the lees and disgorged later for a slightly richer, fuller taste." 11% vol.
Rosé 2021. The house rosé at Rick Stein's restaurants for a decade and this delicious new vintage will be on the Stein wine lists shortly. £12.50 a bottle.
The back label: ""This dry rosé was made from 40% Cabernet Franc, 40% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon. The grapes were harvested earlier - in late September - than for making red, and the pale juice quickly run off the dark skins for a light, crisp wine." 12% vol.
Rosé 2022. Crisp, refreshing, juicy and lovely on the palate - we think this is probably our best rosé yet.
The back label: "This dry rosé was made from 40% Cabernet Franc, 40% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon. The grapes were harvested earlier - in late September - than for making red, and the pale juice quickly run off the dark skins for a light, crisp wine." 12% vol.