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  • Châteauneuf-du-Pape AC 2011 Domaine de la Biscarelle

    Matthew Jukes in Moneyweek on 2011 Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Domaine de la Biscarelle, Southern Rhône, France  (£22.30)posted on November 16, 2014 in  MoneyWeek Which French appellation do you think is the most disappointing? My vote would unreservedly go to Châteauneuf. Admittedly there are a handful of stellar producers there, and a few dozen decent wineries following on their heels, but the oceans of dross labelled with these three heavyweight words is frankly terrifying. On the whole,...

  • Franck Peillot Rousette de Bugey

    David Williams recommends Franck Peillot Roussette de Bugey-Montagnieu 2013 (£14.86) in his article 20 Great French Wines in The Observer’s Food Special 16th November 2014  “It may be a tad literal-minded to think of mountain streams when you have a cool alpine white from Savoie or nearby Bugey in your hand.  But if the wine is as pure and as fluent as Franck Peillot’s dry white made from the altesse grape...