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  1. Deze fles is 0.75l
    Château Bélair-Monange
    Saint-Émilion Grand Cru
    1er Grand Cru Classé B 0.75l Red
    €96.40 €79.67
    A rising star in Bordeaux, thanks to the care and attention lavished upon the old vines by Edouard Moueix. Only 1000 cases are produced each year. A deep cherry-red colour; crushed red fruits on the nose, a lovely purity with aromas of star anise, redcurrant and red cherry. On the palate the wine is fresh and pure with concentrated fruit, minty complexity and a rich tannic structure. A well-structured and elegant finish.

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Featured Wines
  1. Deze fles is 0.75l
    Haut-Médoc (BIO)
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    0.75l Red
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    €9.99 €8.26
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    Deep Roots
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    €8.30 €6.86
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    Domaine de la Pinsonnerie
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    0.75l White
    €9.40 €7.77
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    Château La Nerthe
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    0.75l Red
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    I’ve never been a fan of “dry January” believing that it is not which wine you drink that matters but how you drink. As the long dark nights drag on and the weather is dull, we all need a bit of comfort at the beginning of the year. Moderation is of course important but there is so much more to wine than alcohol and calories.
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  • Why Family-owned wineries work best
    For the last year, I have spent time visiting ten extraordinary family-run wine estates throughout Europe researching a book on Great Wine Families which will be published this month by Lannoo in Dutch.  I wanted to examine the changes that have happened in the wine world over the last few decades and understand the reasons why some producers have had enormous success and have risen to the top of the wine hierarchy.  What are the ingredients that help some producers survive? 
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