Impress The Neighbours Case
Bray Valley Wines brings you the definitive "Impress The Neighbours Case." 12 bottles, carefully curated by Charlie and Pete.:
- Langlois Brut Cremant de Loire (x2)
- Macon Lugny, les Genievres Louis Latour (x2)
- Chateau de Ricaud, Cadillac Cotes de Bordeaux (x2)
- Rioja Crianza Baronia (x2)
- Malbec Gougenheim (x2)
- The Crossings Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc (x2)
This is a canny way to access excellent drinking and it won’t cost a fortune.
Kicking off with our high quality Cremant from the Loire valley, Langlois-Chateau. Secondary fermentation in the bottle means this is the real deal of fizz and you may want to let slip that the property is owned by Bollinger Champagne and that they make the wine there.
For a grown up dinner party there is little to beat the classic combination of white burgundy and claret. The white Burgundy comes from Louis Latour and is his Macon Lugny, Les Genievres which has been gracing the tables of the great and the good in England for over 30 years. The chateau bottled claret comes from a fine neo-gothic property, Chateau de Ricaud, which lies to the south of Bordeaux and which features as an etching on the label.
Why not lighten the mood with Rioja from Baronia, oak aged for a minimum 2 years or the big flavoursome Malbec made by Patricio Gougenheim at his boutique winery three and a half thousand feet up the Andes in Argentina.
Everyone has heard of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc but yours comes from the multi-award winning ‘The Crossings’ winery in the Awatere valley. Awarded not only a gold at the International Wine and Spirit Competition in London but the trophy for the best Sauvignon Blanc as well.
By now our all in pice of £130 per box including VAT and delivery in our North Devon delivery area, seems like steal!
For first time buyers to Bray Valley Wines we will give a further bottle of Langlois Brut to celebrate.
Why not come and collect from our warehouse on the South Molton Business Park and save a further £6.99, or swap delivery for a bottle of our insanely popular frizzante Prosecco Botter?