2018 Berry Bros. & Rudd Reserve White by Collovray & Terrier

2018 Berry Bros. & Rudd Reserve White by Collovray & Terrier

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2018 Berry Bros. & Rudd Reserve White by Collovray & Terrier

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 THIS WINE IS CURRENTLY ONLY AVAILABLE TO ORDER BY THE CASE.

This wine exudes notes of white blossom, citrus and generous stone-fruit. It has lively and energetic, almost saline acidity, that one expects from the beautiful hillsides of Limoux. Juicy and silky in texture, the concentration drives on right to the finish.

Fiona Hayes, Wine Buyer, Berry Bros. & Rudd


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J L Terrier & C Collovray

J L Terrier & C Collovray

Jean-Luc Terrier and Christian Collvray were recently hailed as Burgundy's Winemakers of the Year by the renowned Gault-Millau guide and are better known for their exemplary White Burgundies from Domaine Des Deux Roches. In recent years, however, this quality-conscious duo have been producing an outstanding range of wines from 30-year-old vines on slopes 500 metres above sea level south of Limoux in the Languedoc region.

The combination of quality, varietal definition and value persuaded us to take the important step of working with them to produce three of our House wines. 

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Other Varieties

There are over 200 different grape varieties used in modern wine making (from a total of over 1000). Most lesser known blends and varieties are traditional to specific parts of the world.

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Finding a good candidate for a sub-£10 house white is always tricky, but I love this. Based on chardonnay grown in the cool of Limoux, it has partial barrel-ageing and a bit of mauzac, chenin blanc and sauvignon blanc bring a soft, lemony tang and freshness.
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