You can't fly overseas right now so why not take your tastebuds on a holiday to France.
2016 Clos Lapeyre Jurancon Sec
100% Gros Manseng. This is a firm, savoury white with striking minerally, slightly herby palate. With good acid and concentration, there’s lots of interest here. Mouthfilling, chunky and structured.
2016 Ollieux Romanis Rosé
A blend of Syrah, Carignan and Grenache from Corbieres in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France.
The nose shows red fruits, roses and a slightly herbal note. Expect a dry palate with refreshing acidity and citrus flavours.
2018 Domaine Du Cros Marcillac 'Lo Sang del Pais'
Mansois; supple, raspberry, rustic red wine. Marcillac is a tiny obscure appellation near Clairvaux in Aveyron comprising some eight growers. The wines here are made exclusively from the Mansois grape, otherwise known as Fer or Fer Servadou in Gaillac. Domaine du Cros makes two styles, the basic Lo Sang del Païs which is quite supple with juicy raspberry flavours underpinned by slate and gravel notes is for fresh early drinking and is delicious chilled down slightly with a BBQ.