This is what you get when two Bordeaux wine specialists start working together !
Château de Géraud
This wine will transport you on the “Northen Slope” of Monbazillac thanks to his soil established on the left hillside of the Dordogne. This Monbazillac will transmit you his round body and his fruits.
Discover the great richness of the Bergerac vineyard through this Grandissime exclusive line
Château Godard Bellevue
Château Godard Bellevue, whose name commemorates the famous battle which put an end to the Hundred Year’s War, is a family property that welcomes you all year round for tasting and discovery of the surrounded by vineyards estate
This 30 year old vineyard is located on the banks of the Dordogne River, on a similar terroir to Saint Emilion, which is only a few miles downstream.
Château Tour Guillotin
The Puisseguin AOC is situated in the north eas of Saint-Emilion, on the right bank of the Barbanne river. It benefits from the same climate and terroir as Saint-Emilion, you will recognise this in the quality of Château Tour Guillotin and in its ageing potential.
Bergerac Grande Reserve blanc
We all know the magic Sauvignon Blanc-Semillon alliance and we love it, but when one of our customers asked us for a “Kiwi Style”, we jumped to grab the opportunity and show what we could do!
Thanks to our close network in the Bergerac region we found some exceptional wines.
This blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon makes us practically travel to New Zealand.
Bergerac Grande Reserve rouge
A delicious Bergerac, where the luscious red fruit of ripe Merlot grapes perfectly underwrites the classic structure offered by the Cabernet. Meticulous selection, a dose of passion and there you go: a fruity, easy drinking wine for all seasons.
Bright red colour. The nose is dominated by aromas of red and black currents, mulberries and a final note of spices. Well balanced on the palette, it is round and elegant with ripe fruit overtones. This wine will be lovely with grilled red meat and cheese. Serve at room temperature.
Côtes de Bordeaux
Château La Tonnelle – Bordeaux 2010
‘If only I can find an everyday day Bordeaux for those less formal occasions….’ Here you have it, Château La Tonnelle: a delicious, harmonious classic blend, with a touch of oak and awarded with a well deserved Gold Medal.
This discovery shows why Grandissime so often stands out in the crowd: our capacity to spot little gems from sought after vintages, right at the end of the buying season.
Once used in the distillation of Cognac and Armagnac, this grape variety is nowadays very fashionable!
Used by some of the most famous winemakers around the globe (especially in France, Australia and South Africa) this wine offers simple, crisp and fresh wines.
We are rather proud of our first 100% Colombard from Gascogny!Blended by Pascal Poussevin, we find on the nose a vibrant blend of cut apple and fresh melon with citrus notes. The wine is perfectly balanced between fruit and acidity.Versatile, it will be great on its own or to go with seafood, grilled prawns or lightly spiced Asian chicken.Serve chilled at 8 to 10°C.
Le Hameau – Merlot Rouge
Following on from the success of the Hameau Sauvignon blanc, it was vital to pair it with a red wine and what could have been better than a 100% fruit rich, luscious and juicy merlot. This small black berry red variety, with a deep dark color, red and black fruit aromas and a superb aromatic palette will seduce you without a doubt! Famous for its soft « feminin » characteristics, this example has all of that plus a cool refreshing acidity. A good all round red, ideal as a glass on its own, for entertaining and softer foods like Coq au vin and cheeses.
Le Hameau – Sauvignon Blanc
Looking for a flawless Sauvignon blanc? Here is the answer: excellent value for money award winning Le Hameau Sauvignon Blanc.