Wine for the Festive Table
- Regular price
- Sale price
- Regular price
- Unit price
When sat around the festive table, there's nothing quite like a lovely bottle or two to bring a level of familiar frivolity. So, we wanted to share some of our favourite tipples to enjoy alongside that ill-advised fourth portion of pie.
This selection is made up of the efforts from winemakers who share our appreciation for time and the land, with a little added extra fizz. It is Christmas after all.
If you opt for three bottles, you'll receive
NV Bugey Methode Traditionelle, Frank Peillot, Montagnieu
Our absolute go to, number 1, top of the tree sparkling wine here on the farm. You can almost taste the mountain air. A perfect way to start the day.
2019 En Attendant les Copains (Rouge), Domaine du Petit Oratoire, Southern Rhone
Lori Haon's lovely, fresh Cotes du Rhone (although, he's taken it out of the AOC this year, so not officially...) is an incredibly easy drinking red to pair with lashings of gravy and bread sauce.
2018 Alchemille Blanc, Domaine Dame Jeanne, Burgundy
A beaut of a rich Chardonnay from Jeanne Piollot, still only 4 years into her ownership of her little vineyard in the Châtillonnais. A great foil for plenty of slices of whichever fowl may be adorning your table.
And if you add a further three, you'll also receive
2018 Premier Quartier, Ferme des Sept Lunes, St Joseph
Jean DeLobre has been making wonderful wines in the Northern Rhone for many a decade, and this is no exception. A powerful Syrah full of spice. Perhaps best served alongside the Beef Wellington side dish.
2020 The Velvet Underschiste, Domaine Piera Levada, Faugeres
Something a little bit different. This Syrah/Grenache combo almost fizzes on your tongue, managing to balance a little acidity with wonderful aromatics. Capturing some 'South of France' sunshine deep into winter. Something to match with that selection of cheese your long-lost aunt brought with her.
2015 Riesling Kabinett Trocken, Weingut Sybille Kuntz, Mosel
Another firm farm favourite. Having overseen her family vineyard's certification as Bio-Organic, Sybille Kuntz rarely puts a foot wrong - this is exactly what you'd want from a Riesling, balancing that classic oily texture with fresh acidity. An ideal accomplice to the ubiquitous packet of Thai Sweet Chilli crisps...
You must be 18 or older to buy alcohol. By placing an order on coombesheadfarm.co.uk containing alcohol, you are confirming you are 18 or older. It is an offence to sell alcohol to anyone under the age of 18 in the UK. If you are buying alcohol for someone else the recipient must also be 18 or older. Deliveries must be accepted by a person aged 18 or older. If couriers are in any doubt about the age of the recipient on delivery, they will request photo ID. Coombeshead Farm reserves the right to cancel the delivery if the age and identity of the recipient are in doubt.
Adding product to your cart