Red Wine

Red Wine

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Our range of red wines


Wheter ligth and fresh or robust and tannic, red wines is something to be shared on all occasions. There are simply so many grape varietes and, by consequence, styles available. Alsace, Burgundy, Bordeaux, Côtes de Provence, Côtes du Rhônes and the Loire ... these are just some of the better know French regional names that produce great red wines. Each region produces différent styles from its local grape varietes there by allowing France to have one of the most electic range of flavours in the world 
 
The red wines of Alsace
 
The red wine of Alasace is made uniquely from red Burgundy's grape variety, the exotic Pinot Noir, wich also lends itself well to the cooler climate of Alsace. The Pinot Noir from Alsace is different than that of Burgundy and is worth discovering.
 
The red wines of Beaujolais
 
These reds are produced 100% from the Gamay grape and are characterised by a soft fruitiness that can range from light to medium bolied. The Beaujolais region comprise 10 "crus" and two main appellations. You will find at Boursot Wines a selection of these wines including Brouilly, Morgon, Juliénas, Beaujolais Villages and sometimes even ...Fleurie!
 
The red wines of Bordeaux
 
In the heart of Aquitaine on the west coast of France lies Bordeaux, arguably the world's most prestigious wine-growung region. Being on 45° of latitude, Bordeaux produces every type of wine, from dry to sweet white, rosé as well as a wide variety of red wines, ranging from light to full-bodied.
 
Better know appellations include Margaux, Saint-Julien, Pauillac, Saint-Emilion, Pomerol and Graves but don't ignore the red wines from less know regions such as those of Fronsac and Saint-Georges Saint-Emilion. You maybe pleasantly surprised by their quality and their great value.
 
The red wines of Burgundy
 
When it comes to Burgundy, one can't help but mention Pinot Noir, the grape variety that produces succulently fruity yet elegant red wines. The red wine of Burgundy is produced in the subdivision of the Burgundy vineyard, in the Côtes de Nuits, the Côtes de Beaune, the Côte Chalonnaise and the Mâconnais. The region is complex.
 
The red wines of Côtes de Provence, Languedoc and the South West
 
The regions of southern France and especially the Languedoc-Roussillon produce nowadays some very high quality wines. These wines can be full and fruity, such as those from Fitou, Minervois and Corbières to name but three. These lesser wine making restrictions here together with abundant sunshine allow the winemaker to produce exciting fine red wines of great value.
 

The red wines of the Loire

The Loire produces three times more white than red.  The reds are produced in the main from Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir and Gamay. With such varietals, red Loire wines tend towards light, refreshing and fruity in style that are great for lunchtime or summer drinking.