A series of limited edition Giclée prints inspired by a collection of wine foils.

Grown out of our collection of wine foils which we have built up over the years for their beauty and the memories they hold of great bottles and great places, we have tried to capture the spirit of these wines in our artwork. All printed on on Hahnemühle fine art museum etching 350gsm paper and hand-framed.

Château de Beaucastel
Château de Beaucastel
Original giclée print on fine art paper. Is this the best of the lot?  Many would think so.  A Châteauneuf estate which harnesses the diversity of the appellation (it uses all 13 permitted grape varieties in its grand vin) and delivers a model of complexity and classicism.
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Chateauneuf du Pape
Chateauneuf du Pape
Châteauneuf du Pape, the King of the Southern Rhone.  A heady mix of sun and stone, dark blood sweated from baked earth.  And the best of them constrained within a tannic corset, a framework to keep such pleasures in (respectable) check. Original giclée print on fine art paper.
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Domaine de la Soufrandise
Domaine de la Soufrandise
When is the whole greater than the sum of its parts? When the wine is made by Domaine de la Soufrandise, for one. Burgundy is seen by many as the apogee of terroir, of the expression in the glass by one grape of one place.  But what if your holdings are too many and too small? Nicolas Melin has overcome this by vinifying his 20 plots separately and then blending them to create a greater expression of place than any single plot could do on its own; the wines speak of no other place on earth than Pouilly Fuisse and the northern reaches of the Macon. Original giclée print on fine art paper. 30cm x 30cm  - £145 Edition of 50, signed, numbered and framed by hand in London. 60cm x 60cm – £300 Edition of 10, signed, numbered and framed by hand in London
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Domaine Font de Michelle
Domaine Font de Michelle
Why do I think of modesty?  Not in quality; certainly not.  Rather modesty in pricing and ego.  The wine does the talking here; year in, year out, just balance and digestibility.  No bold statements, just gentle persuasion. Original giclée print on fine art paper.
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Domaine Font de Michelle
Domaine Font de Michelle
Why do I think of modesty?  Not in quality; certainly not.  Rather modesty in pricing and ego.  The wine does the talking here; year in, year out, just balance and digestibility.  No bold statements, just gentle persuasion. Original giclée print on fine art paper.  
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Domaine J P & B Droin
Original giclée print on fine art paper. 30cm x 30cm  - Edition of 50, signed, numbered and framed by hand in London. £145 60cm x 60cm – Edition of 10, signed, numbered and framed by hand in London £300 [tasting_note] During the Great War soldiers on long forced marches would slake their thirst by sucking pebbles.  And this is what the great wine writer Harry Yoxall was put in mind of when tasting Chablis.  Likewise the equally great Hugh Johnson - the taste of Chablis is the taste of minerals hewn from the centre of the earth.  Chablis is Chardonnay but true Chablis, such as that of Monsieur Droin, is unique.  It is a wine that speaks of place and that could come from nowhere else on earth.
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Domaine Tempier
Domaine Tempier
If Grenache provides the flesh of the Southern Rhone and Syrah its visage, Mourvedre provides the spine.  A grape which wants its feet in the water and the sun on its back, it reaches its apogee in Bandol, beside the silvery sea.  And within Bandol, look no further than Domaine Tempier, credited by many with saving the appellation from acquisitive property developers. Original giclée print on fine art paper.  
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Louis Latour
Louis Latour
Burgundy is complicated; it is that simple.  So, to better understand a region of 25 villages, 116 appellations and over 4,500 growers, where do you start?  You start with a wine merchant (negociants), such as Louis Latour, who buy the tiny outputs of myriad growers, iron out their idiosyncracies and, via the quality guarantee of their own label, introduce the world to the wines that have moved princes and pauper alike to raptures that claret can only dream of. Original giclée print on fine art paper. 30cm x 30cm  - £145. Edition of 50, signed, numbered and framed by hand in London. 60cm x 60cm – £300. Edition of 10, signed, numbered and framed by hand in London
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Olivier Leflaive
Olivier Leflaive
In Burgundy the name is everything.  Many familiar names,  through marriage and inheritance, crop up in communes the length of the Côtes.  Domaine Leflaive represents one of the pinnacles of white burgundy, the Domaine’s Bâtard Montrachet selling for incredible prices.  So look elsewhere within the family. Olivier Leflaive, a cousin, has set up on his own and, with his DNA and contacts, now crafts seductive whites that more than hint at the stellar heights achieved by his cousin but which are nevertheless within the reach of us mortals. Original giclée print on fine art paper. 30cm x 30cm  - £145 Edition of 50, signed, numbered and framed by hand in London. 60cm x 60cm – £300 Edition of 10, signed, numbered and framed by hand in London
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Paul Jaboulet Aîne
Paul Jaboulet Aîne
Along with Chapoutier, one of the grand old names of the Rhone, as comfortably at home in the North as in the South.  Now owned by the Bordelais, will the wildness of the Rhone yield to the polish of the Médoc?  Opinion remains divided, as much to its likelihood as to the benefits of such a move. Original giclée print on fine art paper. Size: 30cm x 30cm    Edition of 50, signed, numbered and framed by hand in London. £145 Size: 60cm x 60cm    Edition of 10, signed, numbered and framed by hand in London. £300
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Pierre Yves Colin Morey
Pierre Yves Colin Morey
Pierre-Yves represents a new breed.  Soaring land prices coupled with the Napoleonic system of inheritance whereby assets are shared out equally amongst the next generation, mean that today's generation will rarely have enough land to satisfy their or their customers' demands.  So growers such as Pierre-Yves buy in grapes from equally conscientious growers to augment their own meagre production and then raise intense complex wines (nevertheless in tiny quantities) that advertise white burgundy as the greatest white wine on the planet.  But you won’t see foils like this anymore.  In order to reduce the chances of premature oxidation, Pierre-Yves now seals all his wines in wax to ensure no air can get in at all.  With such attention to detail, passion and drive the results can only go one way.  
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