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The Food and Travel Drinks Club
Delicious recipes matched to wines from across the globe

Too often we taste fantastic local wines on our travels and scour the shelves of the local supermarket upon our return, only to discover they’re seemingly unheard of on our thirsty isle. Enter Drinks Club. Search and order regional wines through our specialist representatives and take advantage of some expert recipe matches.

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Gigondas, Domaine de Cassan

Gigondas, Domaine de Cassan

Rhône, France, 2009, £20.00

Grenache at its heart-warming best: full, rich and rounded. Gigondas can offer similar quality to Châteauneuf at a much better price - this really delivers…

Bergerac Rouge, Clos des Verdots – Organic

Bergerac Rouge, Clos des Verdots – Organic

South West France, France, 2010, £12.00

Bergerac can be the red-necked country cousin of Bordeaux, but this is marvelously un-rustic. Fresh and nicely leafy aromatics. Fine tannins with just…

Monastrell Rosado, Castaño

Monastrell Rosado, Castaño

Yecla, Spain, 2012, £9.00

Generous, fruity, playfully fresh rosé with a full, rounded body and good balance. A really handy ‘fridge door’ wine: lovely by the glass, but keeps…

Sancerre, Les Chailloux, Domaine Claude Riffault

Sancerre, Les Chailloux, Domaine Claude Riffault

Loire Valley, France, 2011, £20.00

A classic, serious style of Sancerre, with ‘minerality’ above fruitiness. Aromatic and lively, with more than a hint of wet stone, grass and…

Sauvignon Blanc, Bascand

Sauvignon Blanc, Bascand

Malborough, New Zealand, 2012, £10.50

From start to finish an exuberant cocktail of passion and kiwi fruit - with a touch of gooseberry, so typical of Marlborough. Un-oaked and really zesty,…

Doyard, Cuvée Vendémiaire

Doyard, Cuvée Vendémiaire

Champagne, France, Non-vintage, £30.00

A rich and creamy style of Champagne, very different to Billecart-Salmon, perhaps more in the style of a house like Gosset or Bollinger. Treat it like…

Abbotts & Delaunay, Côtes du Roussillon Reserve AOC

Abbotts & Delaunay, Côtes du Roussillon Reserve AOC

Languedoc-Roussillon, France, 2010, £11.99

The grapes for this wine are hand-picked from three of Roussillon’s famed terroirs: Montner, Tautavel and Caramony. A blend of Syrah, Carignan and…

Abbotts & Delaunay, Corbières Reserve AOC

Abbotts & Delaunay, Corbières Reserve AOC

Languedoc-Roussillon, France, 2011, £11.99

A blend of Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre. Very intense black colour. Floral nose reminiscent of violet along wth fine spices (white pepper), black olive…

Abbotts & Delaunay, Zephyr Limoux Chardonnay

Abbotts & Delaunay, Zephyr Limoux Chardonnay

Languedoc-Roussillon, France, 2010, £16.99

Green-gold in colour with silvery grey highlights. A fine, subtle, fruity nose (apricot, citrus, preserved lemon) with white flower aromas (nettle, jasmine,…

Abbotts & Delaunay, Alto Stratus, Carignan

Abbotts & Delaunay, Alto Stratus, Carignan

Languedoc-Roussillon , France, 2010, £16.99

A limited edition parcel only made in tiny quantities from 100 year old Carignan vines grown in high altitude Minervois vineyards. Dark, lively colour.…

Abbotts & Delaunay, Cumulo Nimbus, Minervois

Abbotts & Delaunay, Cumulo Nimbus, Minervois

Languedoc-Roussillon, France, 2010, £16.99

A blend of Syrah and Carignan. Bright and limpid boasting deep garnet colour with purple tints around the rim. Aromas of black cherry, blackcurrant, redcurrant…

Pinot Noir, Burn Cottage (Biodynamic/Natural)

Pinot Noir, Burn Cottage (Biodynamic/Natural)

Central Otago, New Zealand, 2010, £37.00

The 2010 vintage from Burn Cottage is opening up nicely and the fruit is deliciously ripe without masking the appealing savoury notes. Some whole-bunch…

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