Rhone

Remi Niero’s ‘Bois Prieur’ St Joseph – a glass of heavenly Syrah

By on 30/03/2021

[caption id="attachment_33152" align="aligncenter" width="1200"] A view of Condrieu from the Rhône Bridge[/caption] It was a moment of pure serendipity that inspired this blog. During a recent socially distanced visit to the office, one of us said 'you know what I had the other night that was beautiful? Rémi Niero's Saint Joseph' and was met by a 'you're joking - so did I!'.

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Syrah: King of the Northern Rhône

By on 29/03/2021

[caption id="attachment_33074" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Côte Rôtie vineyards are planted on very steep slopes that have to be manually harvested.(Image from Domaine Duclaux)[/caption] There is a lot of excitement around the imminent release of our Rhône 2019 EP campaign, from customers and L&S staff alike, and for good reason.

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Christmas Drinks recommendations

What we’ll be drinking for Christmas – Our Favourite Wines

By on 23/12/2019

It’s the busiest moment of the year for our team as we try to help everyone get the right wines into their glasses as well as the perfect presents into people's stockings for Christmas.

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Le Petit Roy – Boy Oh Boy!

By on 12/04/2012

I made this simple Vin de France wine of the week after glugging almost an entire bottle of it on my own one evening this week! One of Charles' new finds in the Rhône valley, from a relatively unknown and very small producer in Châteaneuf (although they do make it into Bob Parker's Wine Advocate), 'Le Petit Roy' is simply a Vin de France because it is made up of eveything that does not make it into the Châteaneuf cuvées, and as such carries no vintage on the label, only '11eme année' which is a clue I guess.

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