We're very proud of the quality and price of our wine. See what the critics have to say about them.

 

 

Graham Norton

Graham Norton's Own Sauvignon Blanc


“A properly pungent, zingy Kiwi Sauvignon blended by the affable Bandon man himself and all profits going to a dog charity. Sound value, decent wine.

 

Tom Doorley, Daily Mail


 

André Goichot Domaine Les Guignottes Montagny

André Goichot Domaine Les Guignottes Montagny

 

 “Past the caramel nose is a creamy, rounded, soft palate with subtle citrus and yeast flavours that leave the most wonderful aftertaste. Exceptional wine.”

 

Matthew Nugent, Irish Sun


 

André Goichot Pouilly Fuissé ‘Les Feuilles d’Or’ 2014

André Goichot Pouilly Fuissé ‘Les Feuilles d’Or’ 2014


“Very elegant white, with a beautiful almost waxy mouthfeel, and delicious subtle notes of wet stone, pear, lemon, rounded out by hints of peach and honey.”

 

Maureen O’Hara, Irish Daily Star Chic Magazine


 

André Goichot Mercurey 2013

André Goichot Mercurey 2013


“Very elegant, classy and well-balanced, with delicate notes of cranberry and wet earth, and a lingering finish.”


Maureen O’Hara, Irish Daily Star Chic Magazine

 

 


 

André Goichot Chablis 1er Cru 2014

André Goichot Chablis 1er Cru 2014


“Crisp, flinty and well-balanced, and would make a great partner for shellfish.”


Maureen O’Hara, Irish Daily Star Chic Magazine

 

 


 

Chateau Moulin Laffitte 2012, Bordeaux

Chateau Moulin Laffitte 2012, Bordeaux


“Black and red fruit aromas with touches of spiced plums, and soft chocolate-tinged dark fruits. Very soft and drinkable and great value.”


Leslie Williams, Irish Examiner




 

Guy Saget Sancerre 2014, Loire, France

Guy Saget Sancerre 2014, Loire, France


“This has a classic Sancerre bouquet with gooseberry and mineral aromas, nettles and fresh acidity and a clean bright finish.”


Leslie Williams, Irish Examiner

 


 

Domaine des Grandes Espérances Sauvignon Blanc, Touraine

Domaine des Grandes Espérances Sauvignon Blanc, Touraine


“The Loire Valley is producing Sauvignons to rival anywhere in the New World for freshness and zing and this is a bone-dry typical example.”


Leslie Williams, Irish Examiner

 


 

Lorgeril Viognier Les Terrasses, Languedoc

Lorgeril Viognier Les Terrasses, Languedoc


“Cool fermented to preserve the acidity and aromas of nectarine and apricots, weighty but fresh on the palate with lingering grapefruit and lemon curd flavours.”


Leslie Williams, Irish Examiner

 


 

Etienne Barret Crozes Hermitage Rouge 2012, Rhone

Etienne Barret Crozes Hermitage Rouge 2012, Rhone


“A decent fruit-driven Syrah with darker spicy tones on the mid palate and lingering dried fruits and a hint of liquorice.”


Leslie Williams, Irish Examiner

 


 

La Chablisienne Premier Cru ‘Vaillons’

La Chablisienne Premier Cru ‘Vaillons’


"Mineral, stony, racy, and with lovely purity and lingering crisp flavours. Try with oysters."


Leslie Williams, Irish Examiner

 

 


 

Chateau La Baronnerie, Grand Vin, AC Cotes du Blaye 2010


Chateau La Baronnerie, Grand Vin, AC Cotes du Blaye 2010


“Made from very old vines, it is intense and softly ripe with luscious blackcurrant notes, touches of cedar and a rich, complex and evolving savoury finish.”


Tomás Clancy, Sunday Business Post


 

Domaine Balland-Chapuis Coteaux du Giennois

Domaine Balland-Chapuis Coteaux du Giennois


“Very fresh with oodles of green gooseberry and blackcurrant leaf, nettles and raw asparagus. Great with fresh goat’s cheese.”


Tom Doorley, Mail on Sunday

 


 

Belles du Sud 2014 Marsanne Roussanne

Belles du Sud 2014 Marsanne Roussanne


“Lovely plump peaches and orange peel, with a refreshing dry finish. Perfect on its own, but I reckon it would be good with thai/green curry prawns.”


John Wilson, Wilson on Wine

 


 

Armas De Guerra Mencia

Armas De Guerra Mencia


“A dark red wine, juicy, savoury and rather delicious. Very good with proper sausages.”


Tom Doorley, Daily Mail



 


 

Alchimie

Alchimie


“If you're preparing any fish dishes that will be covered in delicious squeezes of lemon and lime, then get this wine chilling in anticipation.”


Ciara Leahy, Irish Country Living