We are delighted to announce the launch of my3dvines!
This is a new-look, rejuvenated version of the ‘rent a row of vines’ concept for which 3D Wines became renowned over two decades ago.
It has a very different look and feel to anything we’ve done before, so do please take a look and let us know what you think. With prices starting from £59 for a year, it might make a memorable Christmas present for a wine-loving friend.
Bordeaux: St-Émilion Grand Cru Clos Villemaurine, Château Cardinal Villemaurine*.
From a tiny walled plot of Merlot vines in front of the château, just five minutes from the famous town itself.
Bordeaux: Blaye Grande Réserve Cuvée 3D, Château Monconseil-Gazin*.
Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec vines located on gentle limestone and clay slopes facing the river Gironde.
Champagne: Champagne Brut Origine, Champagne Fresne Ducret.
Our Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier vines comes from a tiny plot on the mid-level slopes of the hilltop village of Ville-Dommange, just outside Reims.
Burgundy: Gevrey-Chambertin En Songe, Domaine Lucien Jacob*.
Originates from a plot of old vines in a vineyard called En Songe (in a dream) in the middle of the famous village, on south facing slopes.
Burgundy: Côte de Nuits-Villages blanc, Domaine Désertaux-Ferrand.
A rare parcel from Chardonnay and old vine Pinot Blanc vines planted on gentle slopes of limestone soils in the heart of the Côte d’Or.
Rhône Valley: Châteauneuf-du-Pape, La Fagotière*.
A blend of old vines that come from classic boulder-strewn vineyards called Palestor, close to the domaine.
Beaujolais: Fleurie Vieilles Vignes from Domaine de la Madone*.
From old Gamay vines situated on steep south-facing granitic soils beneath the famous La Madone chapel.
Alsace: Riesling Les Prélats, Domaine Gruss*.
From a specific plot on steep slopes called Les Prélats close to the village of Eguishiem.
Loire Valley: Sancerre Cuvée Caillottes, Domaine du Carroir Perrin*.
From a plot of older vines called Les Caillottes high up in the middle section of the vineyard.
Loire Valley: St-Nicolas-de-Bourgueil rosé Préludise, La Jarnoterie.
From Cabernet Franc vines grown close to the domaine on slightly sandy soils mixed with tuffeau.