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Vouvray, Clos du Bourg, Demi-Sec, 2010 (Domaine Huet)

Now ten years old and barely hitting its stride, this is a supremely elegant wine, with those same hints of yellow flowers on the nose and a rich palate complemented by a seam of refreshing acidity. A beautifully More >

£30
Bottle

£360
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
LO9521
Product Type
White Wine
Style
4 (of 9): Medium/off dry
Dominant Grape
Chenin Blanc

Vouvray Moelleux Le Mont, Domaine Huet 2017

Still very young and definitely for keeping, this wine has a wonderful balance between its 50 grams or so of residual sugar, firm acid backbone, and lithe perfumed, textured and refreshing palate. More >

£37
Bottle

£222
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
LO14541
Product Type
White Wine
Style
6 (of 9): Dessert sweetness
Dominant Grape
Chenin Blanc
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Half bottle of Vouvray Le Haut-Lieu Moelleux, Domaine Huet 1959

An exquisite rarity from the domaine's reserves, made by Gaston Huet himself. Brilliant yellow-gold in colour, this is a wine of elegance and finesse from a great, great vintage. Creamy textured and very well balanced, More >

£135
Half Bottle

£1,620
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
LO9342
Product Type
White Wine
Style
5 (of 9): Medium sweet
Dominant Grape
Chenin Blanc

Vouvray Le Mont Demi-Sec, Domaine Huet 1969

Still bright golden in colour, this remarkable aged Loire white has a complex, yeasty aroma, lifted by the age-defying freshness for which Huet’s Vouvrays are renowned. It has a wonderful tension on the palate, racy and More >

£145
Bottle

£1,740
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
LO9251
Product Type
White Wine
Style
4 (of 9): Medium/off dry
Dominant Grape
Chenin Blanc

Vouvray Le Clos du Bourg Demi-Sec, Domaine Huet 1970

Pale but firm gold in colour with a complex, layered nose and strong acid backbone, elegantly poised between richness and dryness which makes it a very good bet for roast or slowly braised pork. More >

£150
Bottle

£1,800
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
LO9391
Product Type
White Wine
Style
3 (of 9): Dry, rich
Dominant Grape
Chenin Blanc

Vouvray Le Clos du Bourg Moelleux, Domaine Huet 1970

Lovely old-gold colour and beautifully balanced nose and palate; full and rich but not sweet, and very, very long. Chicken with cream and dried morels or more seasonally fresh fungi would do it justice. Some harmless More >

£175
Bottle

£2,100
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
LO9311
Product Type
White Wine
Style
4 (of 9): Medium/off dry
Dominant Grape
Chenin Blanc

Vouvray Le Mont Demi-Sec, Domaine Huet 1953

Deep burnished gold with remarkably fresh, sweet citrus aroma. Not especially complex but layered and pristine, carried by a fine backbone of acidity. A handsome old glass bottle, worth the investment in a fine turbot More >

£195
Bottle

£2,340
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
LO9271
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Dominant Grape
Chenin Blanc

Vouvray Cuvée Constance, Domaine Huet 1989

Made only in those vintages which favour it, this superlative expression of sweet Vouvray is named after Gaston Huet's wife, Constance. The intense, honeyed and delectable 1989 is as fantastically complex as you could More >

£220
Bottle

£2,640
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
LO110971
Product Type
White Wine
Style
9 (of 9): Intensely sweet

Vouvray Le Haut Demi-Sec, Domaine Huet 1959

A Loire tour de force from a great vintage, this is still pristine and youthful! Even the colour is young, a brilliant golden hue, and the aromas are of orange blossom and citrus with a touch of pear too. A fleeting More >

£245
Bottle

£2,940
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
LO9261
Product Type
White Wine
Style
4 (of 9): Medium/off dry
Dominant Grape
Chenin Blanc

Vouvray Le Haut-Lieu Sec, Domaine Huet 1948

Almost tawny in colour, with copper highlights, but very much alive on the palate, with a refreshing pithy citrus note, long and fine on the finish. That life-giving acidity and concentration make for a cheeseboard More >

£245
Bottle

£2,940
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
LO9241
Product Type
White Wine
Style
1 (of 9): Bone dry
Dominant Grape
Chenin Blanc
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