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  • 2020 Muscadet de Sevre et Maine, Chéreau CarreWhite Wine

    2020 Muscadet de Sevre et Maine, Chéreau Carre


    This classic Muscadet from the Loire Valley is refreshing and pure, with white fruit and citrus characters combined with crisp acidity, bright minerality and a lemony hint on the finish.

    The vineyards are managed using environmentally friendly viticultural practices and are sustainably farmed. The soils are old volcanic, imparting a distinctive minerality to the wine.

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  • Offer 2023 Sauvignon de Touraine, Paul BuisseWhite Wine

    2023 Sauvignon de Touraine, Paul Buisse

    Original price was: £1395.Current price is: £1195. 14% saving

    This Sauvignon, a clear colour with a golden tint, gives off aromas of white blossom and beeswax. Round, full and lively, it is fresh and has a delicate finish in the mouth.

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  • 2022 Rosé d’Anjou, Les Grands CedresRose Wine

    2022 Rosé d’Anjou, Les Grands Cedres


    With a pretty pink hue, this is a fruity rosé with fresh strawberry flavours combined with white stone fruit and a hint of black pepper. Smooth and rounded, with a balanced sweetness.

    Rosé d’Anjou is an appellation for rosé wines from the Anjou district of France’s western Loire Valley wine region. The vineyard soils are made up of schist and shelly sand.  The grapes were gently pressed after a brief maceration to impart the delicate pink colour to the wine. Fermentation was not completed through to dryness in order to preserve a natural sweetness in the resulting wine.

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  • 2022 Chapeau Melon Rouge, Jérémie HuchetRed Wine

    2022 Chapeau Melon Rouge, Jérémie Huchet


    The Chapeau Melon Rouge impresses with its finesse and aromatic complexity. It has bouquets of ripe red cherries, wild berries, and subtle earthy undertones intertwined with nuances of smoky spices and hints of leather. The wine is light, supple, and refreshing, with ripe red fruits on the palate.

    Produced by the acclaimed Jérémie Huchet, this delightful full-bodied wine is well suited to a cosy dinner or simply winding down after a long day.

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  • 2022 Chapeau Melon Blanc, Jérémie HuchetWhite Wine

    2022 Chapeau Melon Blanc, Jérémie Huchet


    The Chapeau Melon Blanc is a remarkable French wine, a pure expressive display of the Melon de Bourgogne grape. Originating from the Loire Valley, this wine has a crisp, clean profile, offering a delightful balance between acidic and fruity flavours. Notable hints of green apple, melon, and zesty lemon linger in its bouquet, whilst a pronounced mineral finish emanates from its maritime vineyard roots. A versatile wine, it pairs beautifully with seafood and rich cheeses alike.

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  • 2019 ‘Katharos’ Muscadet Sans Soufre Ajouté,  Louise ChéreauWhite Wine

    2019 ‘Katharos’ Muscadet Sans Soufre Ajouté, Louise Chéreau


    An outstanding expression of Muscadet showing great aromatic purity, with richness and length on the palate. The intense golden colour leads to exotic fruit aromas and notes of ripe, juicy pear. Beautifully balanced with aromatic freshness through to the deliciously persistent finish. A great match for charcuterie, mature cheese or fish and chips.

    The grapes come from a specific parcel at the Château de Chasseloir, carefully selected for its position on a south facing slope, which produces berries that achieve good levels of maturity. The schistous soil imparts a balancing, refreshing character to the wine. The vines are carefully managed respecting the environment; herbicides are not used and the soil is ploughed to eliminate grass between the vines. The grapes are manually harvested at optimal ripeness.



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  • 2020 Valencay ‘Le Claux Delorme’, Domaines MinchinWhite Wine

    2020 Valencay ‘Le Claux Delorme’, Domaines Minchin


    Bright aromas of citrus zest, peach and pear are complemented by hints of eucalyptus and a distinctive minerality. Refreshing and beautifully balanced, with citrus and floral notes leading a long, elegant finish.

    Valençay became an AOC appellation in 2003 and is situated in the eastern part of the Loire Valley, approximately 60 miles west of Sancerre. The terroir is characterised by clay, limestone and flinty soils which impart the distinctive mineral characters to the wine. The region is influenced by the northern, cool climate, resulting in lively wines from grapes with characteristic high levels of acidity. Domaine Minchin is certified by Haute Valeur Environmentale and the vineyards are managed according to a strict sustainable philosophy, known as la lutte raisonnée. The vineyard is planted with grass, and the soil is tilled and worked to ensure the health and vigour of the vine, while encouraging beneficial biodiversity.

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  • 2018 Atomes Crochus, Chateau La TomazeSweet wine, White Wine

    2018 Atomes Crochus, Chateau La Tomaze


    A classic sweet Loire Chenin Blanc with delicate but complex aromas of melon, fig and lemon, imbued with beautiful elegance. The palate is fresh and continues with a  long finish with a pleasant and discreet sweetness.

    A beautiful cuvée full of finesse and lightness.

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  • 2022 Muscadet Gras Moutons, Domaine la Haute FévrieWhite Wine

    2022 Muscadet Gras Moutons, Domaine la Haute Févrie


    This is a staff and customer favourite at Wine Republic.   Complex and full of texture, it opens in the glass with aromas of lemon and grapefruit which give way to delicious notes of olive brine, smoke and biscuit.   The palate is complex with an exquisite tangy fresh acidity and a beautiful minerality.

    Domaine la Haut Fevrie is one of the leading producers in Muscadet Sever et Maine.  Melon de Bourgogne is a grape that expresses the nuances of the individual vineyards and Gras Moutons is one of these individual vineyard sites.

    “I look to bottle up a pure expression of the marriage between vine, soil and the elements of geography and weather I have to work with. The region of Muscadet has its challenges but that only inspires me to make the very best wines I can, in a natural and environmentally friendly way.” – Sebastien Branger, Winemaker.

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  • 2022 Pouilly Fume ‘Les Loges’, Domaine des RabichattesWhite Wine

    2022 Pouilly Fume ‘Les Loges’, Domaine des Rabichattes


    Les Loges is a complex and harmonious Pouilly Fumé.  This traditional cuvée is the result of a blend of around thirty plots with clay-limestone soils and Kimmeridgian marls.

    In the glass, this wine opens with a varied bouquet of white flowers, lemon, green fresh herbs and a fresh mineral touch. The palate is invigorating and crystalline with a touch of saltiness that is characteristic of Pouilly’s great wines.

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  • 2021 Sancerre, J. de VilleboisWhite Wine

    2021 Sancerre, J. de Villebois


    A textured and richly flavoured Sancerre with intense herbaceous, gooseberry and citrus aromas, beautifully balanced by a vibrant and refreshing crisp palate.

    The Sancerre appellation in Central France surrounds the eponymous town, which sits atop a hill overlooking the River Loire. The grapes for this cuvée are grown in vineyards which are located on these hilly slopes and are planted across the three main soil types of Sancerre. Les Caillottes, which is made up of a high proportion of stony fragments of coarse Kimmeridgian limestone upon a clay subsoil and the wines from these soils impart aromatic structure and freshness; Les Terres Blanches which are made up of Kimmeridgian marl and is extremely rich in fossilised shellfish and has the distinctive characteristic of turning white when it dries, hence its local name, which translates as ‘white earth’. These wines from this soil offer complexity, opulence and great aromatic finesse. Finally the flinty Silex soils which impart minerality; all three soils types have the common thread of a high proportion of clay.

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  • 2019 Sancerre ‘Les Poitevinnes’, Domaine Serge LaloueWhite Wine

    2019 Sancerre ‘Les Poitevinnes’, Domaine Serge Laloue


    Serge Laloue has always been one of our favourite winemakers in the Loire, making incredible Sancerre.  His ‘Les Poitevinnes’ Cuvee is an elegant and complex expression of Sancerre, with concentrated Mirabelle plum and peach underpinned by delicate hints of liquorice, anise and mineral notes. The lovely rounded texture on the palate is beautifully framed by mineral freshness.

    The grapes are grown in 0.55 hectares of vineyard within the estate, from vines with an average age of 30 to 35 years. The vines face a south-easterly orientation, maximising exposure to the sun to assist the ripening of the berries. The soils are predominantly calcareous clay, which typically has a high limestone content, producing elegant and textured wines with distinctive minerality. The vineyard is currently in conversion to organic status, a natural progression for the Laloue family as the farming methods used over many years have followed these principles. Vineyard management techniques include ploughing the soil instead of using herbicides, growing cover crops between the rows of vines and sexual confusion of predators, to maintain the health of the vines and the biodiversity of the environment.

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  • 2020 Sancerre ‘Terre de Silex’, Chateau de SancerreWhite Wine

    2020 Sancerre ‘Terre de Silex’, Chateau de Sancerre


    A fresh, invigorating and mineral expression of Sancerre from the famous Silex soils, this stunning cuvée shows beautiful structure and longevity.

    The 55-hectare estate comprises 93 different plots over the five villages of Thauvenay, Ménétréol, Bué, Sancerre and Crézancy. This combination offers the possibility to select from the best plots from a range of terroirs with distinct mesoclimates, resulting in complexity in the wine. The region’s rolling hills and semi-continental climate produce beautifully structured Sauvignon Blancs that are crisp and fresh, evoking aromas of ripe gooseberries, smoke and gunflint notes. The grapes for this cuvée come from two plots rich in clay and with a high flint content, known as Silex. Silex is a type of sedimentary soil which is rich in flint; renowned for imbuing the wines with a distinctive flinty, mineral character.

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  • 2020 Sancerre Silex, J. de VilleboisWhite Wine

    2020 Sancerre Silex, J. de Villebois


    In the glass Striking, aromatic notes of flint, blackcurrant and lemon lead to a mineral-rich palate. Beautifully balanced with a crisp, refreshing finish.

    The Sauvignon Blanc grapes for the Silex cuvée are grown in the famous ‘Silex’ soils of Sancerre, which are made up of clay-siliceous soils composed of flint (Silex), clay and siliceous conglomerates. The sought-after Silex soils make up just 20% of the Sancerre appellation and are considered as ‘early-ripening soil’ as the flinty stones capture the heat from the sun during the day and radiate it at night, which helps to accelerate the maturity of the grapes. This is beneficial is such a cool, continental climate, where the Sauvignon Blanc retains its hallmark acidity, as it offers balance to the wines. The grapes for this cuvée come from hillside plots, where the vines are over 35 years old.

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  • 2020 Blanc Etc, Domaine Didier Dagueneau Wine Republic Heros White Wine

    2020 Blanc Etc, Domaine Didier Dagueneau


    Pouilly Fumé and Sancerre are the global benchmarks for Sauvignon Blanc, and there is no bigger name or more highly regarded producer in the area than Domaine Didier Dagueneau. Now under the guidance of Didier’s talented son Louis-Benjamin, the wines still follow his ethos that authentic Pouilly Fumé requires healthy fruit from low yielding, old vines to produce the purest, and most intense and vibrantly fresh wine. That’s not to say these wines are typical of the appellation. Given the severely low yields and approach to élevage, Dagueneau wines emphasise a creamy texture rather than bracing acidity, and combine mineral flavours with exotic fruits to supreme effect.

    Previously labelled as Blanc Fumé de Pouilly, now reborn as Blanc Etc… and looking better than ever. Generally speaking this is the most approachable wine in the range, and since Louis-Benjamin came aboard the wine is now far closer in quality and class to the other releases. While each of the other wine focus on a single soil type or terroir, Blanc etc… blends some young vine parcels on their Saint-Andelain hill with two parcels planted on flinty clay and limestone white clay soils nearby. It was fermented in a mix of new and three-four year old barrels and then matured in both wood and tank.

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