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Amancaya 2014, Mendoza, Argentina£16.95 More info & buy
Amancaya is part of the range produced at Bodegas Caro, a partnership between Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) and Nicolas Catena. Amancaya combines the richness of Argentina’s climate with the structure of Cabernet Sauvignon and the generous nature of Malbec. The style is fruit driven with plenty of juicy notes and a streak of well balanced French oak.
Aruma 2015, Mendoza, Argentina£13.95 More info & buy
Aruma is part of the Bodegas Caro range, a partnership between Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) and Nicolas Catena. Aruma utilises grapes collected from parcels within the Uco Valley around the region of Lujan de Cuyo. Aruma, since its introduction in 2010, has been produced solely from Malbec. The resulting wines are always rich, expressive and very easy to get on with.
Baron Henri 2013, A.C Médoc
£22.00More info & buy
This wine is part of the Heritage range from Baron Philippe de Rothschild, which celebrates five famous appellations of Bordeaux. Each region carries the name of an influential member of the Rothschild family. The grapes used for Baron Henri are collected from several excellent parcels within the Médoc. Regardless of the vintage, Baron Henri is dominated by Cabernet Sauvignon with smaller additions of Merlot and Cabernet Franc.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Pays d’Oc IGP£8.95 More info & buy
Part of Baron Philippe de Rothschild’s Pays d’Oc varietal which forms our ‘house’ range. A beautiful medium bodied Cabernet Sauvignon, matured in stainless steel enabling the retention of fresh juicy fruit without the presence of oak.
Caro 2013/2014, Mendoza Argentina£42.95 More info & buy
Caro is the top wine of Bodegas Caro, a partnership between Domaine Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) and Nicolas Catena. Caro uses the very finest hand picked fruit from several premium parcels with Uco Valley and the First Zone, in Mendoza. Caro is made in very small quantities and is aged in 100% new French oak for no less than 18 months. There’s no rush to drink Caro, such is the quality that it will age effortlessly for a decade. This vintage balances and equal blend of Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Gran Malbec 2011, Flechas de Los Andes, Argentina£19.95 More info & buy
This wine is the result of a collaboration between Baron Edmond de Rothschild and Laurent Dassault, both of which have strong links to Bordeaux. The vineyard was planted in 1999 at the base of the Andes in Vista Flores. This is perfect terrior for the production of world class Malbec.
Housekeeper’s Damson Gin£28.95 More info & buy
This is the first release of our Housekeeper’s Damson Gin. In 1900 Mrs Boxall, the head housekeeper, was in charge of producing homemade liqueurs using fruit collected from the estate. One hundred and sixteen years later we are recreating this tradition with our first batch of Housekeepers Damson Gin. This Gin is macerated and rested with damsons from Waddesdon Estate. Crafted exclusively for Waddesdon, this small batch gin is well balanced and full of intense flavour. A great winter warmer served neat, or alternatively top up with Champagne or sparkling wine.
Merlot, Pays d’Oc IGP£8.95 More info & buy
This wine is part of Baron Philippe de Rothschild’s pays d’Oc varietal which forms our ‘house’ range. The diverse micro-climates of the Languedoc accommodate seven varietals. All of the wines are matured in stainless steel which enables the retention of juicy fruit without the presence of oak.
Pinot Noir, Pays d’Oc IGP£8.95 More info & buy
This wine is part of Baron Philippe de Rothschild’s pays d’Oc varietal range that comprises of seven varietal wines. This Pinot Noir is the most easy going of all the reds in this particular range. The diverse micro-climates of the Languedoc accommodates for the seven varietals across several parcels of land around Limoux.
Rosé de Clarke 2014, A.C Bordeaux Rosé£16.95 More info & buy
The finest rosé in the Rothschild portfolio, reminiscent of strawberries and cream. Château Clarke was acquired by Baron Edmond de Rothschild in 1973. The Château produces three wines; Château Clarke, Rosé de Clarke, and Le Merle Blanc.
The Improbability of Love by Hannah Rothschild£8.99 More info & buy
Irreverent, witty and sharply sweet, The Improbability of Love explores the confusion and turmoil of life and the complexities of love, loss and hurt – revealing the lows to which human nature can stoop and the heights to which the soul can soar.
The Waddesdon Companion Guide£5.00 More info & buy
Meet the Rothschild family and discover the delights of the house and grounds including the art treasures and wine cellars in our bestselling book about Waddesdon Manor.