Thursday, December 8, 2016


Delicious magazine  - December issue

Susy Atkins' festive food and wine matching guide

To accompany the classic main: ‘Richer whites from hotter climates are best to tackle a rich roast turkey and all the trimmings – wimpish whites need not apply!'


‘Domaine Jones Blanc Grenache Gris 2014, Côtes Catalanes, France (£13.50, The Wine Society)

'Plump greengages, lime peel and a waft of herbs mark out this distinctive dry white. Its rounded, fuller finish works well with turkey.’

Click here to read the full article


Domaine Jones Muscat 2015

£15.99, nakedwines.com

'Full of fragrant, honeysuckle sweetness' 








Sarah Kingsbury and Kate Hawkings, Christmas drinks guide in Olive magazine, Christmas issue

Sunday, November 6, 2016

La Perle Rare White - Scotland on Sunday

'This single vineyard version ... has touches of sage, sweeter spices, oranges and orchard fruits.'  



Scotland on Sunday, Brian Elliott - 18th September 2016 

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Grenache Gris - Scotland on Sunday

'This wine centres on spicy quince and greengage fruit with herbal depth, gentle acidity and that savoury mineral texture that southern France does so well.' 



Scotland on Sunday, Brian Elliott - 18th September 2016 



Friday, October 28, 2016

La Perle Rare Blanc 2014 - Manchester Evening News

'To say that I enjoyed this wine would be an understatement of vast proportions. It's certainly the most accomplished wine I have ever tasted made from Grenache Gris. Grenache Gris and Blanc can have a tendency to produce fat wines whose lack of acidity can make them taste less impressive with each taste. This wine however suffers from no blowsiness despite its immense power. Seductive and aromatic, there's a floral nose infused by fennel and tempered by a buttery lick of oak. The palate is slightly waxy with a wholesome mouthful of soft ripe pear and candied lemon. It's all brought into shape by slaking acidity. A title-winning effort.'



Raise a glass with Andy Cronshaw: Manchester Evening News, Rochdale Observer, Rossendale Free Press (May 2016) 


Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Les Perles Carignan - Scotland on Sunday

' In this premium Carignan the minerality acquires suggestions of slate and embellishes the wine's dense, bramble fruit with cocoa components that add complexity to this stylish part of a quartet of distinctive and impressive wines.' 



Thanks so much to Brian for this lovely write up on Les Perles Carignan from our 100 year old vines.

Scotland on Sunday, Brian Elliott - 18th September 2016 




Friday, October 21, 2016

Domaine Jones: Harvest Diary 2016 - Seven year itch?

Domaine Jones: Harvest Diary 2016 - Seven year itch?: And the lid comes down on the vat of another harvest.  Our seventh in fact! Just as quickly as it started the harvest is over. The firs...