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Wines to celebrate summer

Here’s a varied selection of white, rosé and red wines to highlight summer’s precious moments. For great advice, rely on our experts Julie and Éric who handpicked their favourites among all products. It’s now your turn to try them, and don’t miss our Suggestions of the week for more delicious finds to share.

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Top picks among new arrivals

  1. The delicate pressing carried out on the Pinot Noirs of the Fouassier family gives it a pretty light shade and an aromatic profile reminiscent of strawberry, flowers and pink pepper. Vibrant and dry, it perfectly matches the image we have of a rosé meant for the table. Beautiful pairing alongside a tomato tart or a prosciutto and arugula pizza.
  2. Yannick Amirault and his son Benoît have built an enviable reputation by producing remarkable wines in the Bourgueil and Saint-Nicolas de Bourgueil appellations. They favour a style that highlights the mature fruit and careful élevage, and their wines offer good aging potential. This seductive and ripe rosé is made entirely of Cabernet Franc, just like other wines from the vineyard.

  3. After a few hours of contact with the skins, the grapes are gently pressed and then transferred to vats, where the native yeasts take over to start fermentation. A great aromatic and gustatory purity emerge from this cuvée by Francesco Cireli. Melon, strawberry and flowers express themselves delicately and the mouth follows with liveliness and harmony. A nice bottle for sushi nights or to accompany grilled salmon.
  4. This cuvée features the Pecorino grape variety and no, there is no link with the homonymous Italian cheese. Pecorino is an indigenous grape variety typical of central Italy, and its name could rather come from "pecora" which means "sheep", since it grows at altitude, where sheep graze. As tasty as it is original; let your taste buds travel at an affordable price. A cuvée that will brighten up the table with poultry and grilled white meats, or with a cheese platter.
  5. WA 94, RVF 97

    "Stunning! Javernières is regularly in the top level, just like a metronome. The nose is shocking by its definition and subtlety. The palate is nuanced, woven by precise tannins, making the whole tasty. Just great. Stunning!" Translated from

    • 94
      Robert M. Parker Jr (Wine Advocate)
    • 97
      Les meilleurs vins de France de La Revue du Vin de France


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