Abbé Rous Chardonnay, Côtes Catalanes 2022


75cl ALC 13%

A silky and rich Chardonnay with plenty of white and yellow fruit flavours and some mineral touches. 15% is aged in old wood to give depth and roundness.

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France, South of France, Languedoc-Roussillon

Still White

100% Chardonnay

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La Cave de l'Abbé Rous

Abbé Rous specialises in the unique wines of Collioure and Banyuls, produced on spectacular terraces overlooking the Mediterranean.

La Cave de l'Abbé Rous is an association of five co-operatives, formed in 1950, to promote the wines of the area. In 1964 they built a new cave above the town containing over 1000 different vats, foudres and barrels including one purported to be the largest wooden vat in the world. They have 750 members, looking after about 700 ha of vineyards in over 750 different parcels so most of them are small producers who have another job rather than full-time vignerons. Between them they produce nearly 75% of the annual Banyuls production and 50% of Collioure. Grape varieties are mainly Grenache Noir for the reds with Grenache Gris, Grenache Blanc, Vermentino and Marsanne for the whites. Banyuls and Banyuls Grand Cru are solely for the vin doux naturel, while Collioure is for white, red and ros, with the whites being classified only in 2003. Vineyards are generally on steep slopes above and around the villages of Banyulssur- Mer and Collioure where ancient vines and terraces are common, resulting in tiny yields and back-breaking work in the winter replacing soil which has been washed down the slopes. The terraces and drainage channels were begun in the 13th century using techniques introduced by the Knights Templar. The name Abbé Rous comes from a priest, Francis Rous, who raised money for his church by starting a wine business in 1870. It proved so successful that, following complaints from landowners and merchants, he was banned from trading in wine. The name celebrates his spirit.

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Delivery information

STANDARD MAINLAND UK DELIVERY – up to 5 working days

Delivery is FREE on orders of £150 or more to a single address in mainland UK.

Please add £9.95 post & packing per delivery address for orders under £150.

Unless advised otherwise, you will normally receive your delivery in 5 working days*, Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm. Please contact us should this not be the case.

*You should allow longer for delivery to the Scottish Highlands.


£5 on orders of £150 or more to a single address in mainland UK.

For orders under £150 please add £14.95 per delivery address.

Usually delivered the next working day (on orders placed before 1pm on a working day).

Please note, whilst the majority of parcels sent on this service are received the next working day, this is not guaranteed and excludes the Scottish Highlands.


Saturday Delivery is charged at a flat rate of £25. Orders must be received by 1pm Friday.

ADDITIONAL CHARGES – delivery to remote UK postcodes

Our couriers can deliver to most geographically remote locations but do bear in mind that these do incur a higher delivery charge and will take longer to arrive.

Isle of Wight and Northern Ireland ‒ first case (up to 12 x 75cl) is charged at a flat rate of £25 then £10 per subsequent case.

Isles of Scilly, Isle of Man and Scottish Offshore Islands ‒ first case (up to 12 x 75cl) is charged at a flat rate of £30 then £10 per subsequent case.

Rates are automatically calculated at the checkout.


Orders placed from outside the UK will be accepted for UK delivery.

We do not export from the UK or deliver to: Channel Islands, BFPO