If you’re lacking in inspiration for your next wine purchase, you can trust your fellow oenophiles on their favourite choices. Our selection of best sellers features 200 cuvées approved by iDealwine clients who’ve voted with their taste buds. Some of them, unsurprisingly, feature in our Must-Haves, and many of them are at pleasing prices. Here, we’ve picked five best selling bottles from classic regions.
Château Belle-Vue (€18) – the best price-to-enjoyment ratio you’ll find in all the Médoc, Belle-Vue is traditional and unmissable. A must-try.
Château Poujeaux (€35) – a refined Médoc cuvée that will make a perfect addition to a beginners’ cellar. Ever-evolving and made for ageing, Poujeaux will become beautifully elegant.
Château Pavie-Macquin (€90) – a proud flagbearer for Bordeaux’s rive droite, we adore this Saint-Emilion for its velvety tannins and its complex aromas.
Château du Taillan (€18) – fruit forward, this is a wine that can be enjoyed right now, if you’d like!
Château Le Puy, Emilien cuvée (€28.50) – go off-piste a try a natural Bordeaux, still rare for the region! A complex blend with aromatic depth.
Comtes Lafon, Mâcon-Villages Héritiers (€16) – opulent and flavourful, a Chardonnay with great energy.
Louis Latour, Bourgogne Latour (€12) – a mineral-leaning wine that’s perfect to share with friends at an aperitif.
Laurent Roumier, Hautes-Côtes de Nuits La Poirelotte (€26) – delicate and refreshing with notes of citrus. A lovely introduction to the work of a superb wine grower.
Anne Gros, Bourgogne (€29) – a vegan wine by a producer who has forged an excellent reputation for herself in the Côte de Nuits.
Dugat-Py, Pommard La Levrière Vieilles Vignes (€105) – a real treat if you want to splash out, this is a rich and concentrated cuvée to age for 2-5 years.
Guigal Côtes-du-Rhône (€9) – a solid choice from a well-established producer, to uncork now.
Combier, Crozes-Hermitage (€23) – joyous and charming, this wine displays the best of its appellations contrasting terroirs, combining power and elegance.
Charvin, Côtes-du-Rhône (€11) – an organic gem made by the sixth generation at this estate; an elegant blend of Grenache and Carignan to give you a taste of the region.
Stéphane Ogier, Côtes-du-Rhône Le Temps Est Venu (€10) – a white wine bursting with notes of ripe fruit from local grapes.
Jean-Michel Gerin, Côte-Rôtie Champin Le Seigneur (€44) – a balanced illustration of what a good Côte-Rôtie tastes like. A charming wine.
Drappier, Brut Blanc de Blancs (€33) – classy and creamy, this champagne comes from a house known for its characterful production.
Virginie Bergeronneau, Brut Premier Cru, Jeanne cuvée (€24) – sustainably produced by a rising star of the Champagne world.
Deutz, Brut Classic (€34) – a classic champagne that can be enjoyed on its own or with a special meal.
Marie Courtin, Extra Brut Résonance (€40) – a harmonious and fresh cuvée to serve with seafood!
Bollinger, PN VZ16 Blanc de Noirs (€99) – celebrate in style with this deeply flavourful and expressive champagne from one of the region’s most prestigious names.
Catherine et Pierre Breton, Chinon Beaux Monts (€14) – supple and fruity, this wine will go down a treat as an aperitif.
Les Pöete, Pouilly-Fumé (€21) – there’s minimal intervention in the making of this dry and taut cuvée; it has a gentle smoky finish.
Domaine de l’Ecu, Vin de France Carpe Diem (€49) – a natural Muscadet white aged in amphora pots, a full and voluminous cuvée.
Delaporte, Sancerre Chavignol (€17.50) – an organic Pinot Noir with all the classic features of this grape varietal; red fruits, subtle smokiness, and a certain sapidity.
La Grange Tiphaine, Touraine-Amboise Clef de Sol (€22) – crafted using biodynamic methods, this blend of Cabernet Franc and Côt has a spiciness that makes for hearty pairings.
Roagna, Dolcetto d’Alba, Piedmont (€19) – an historic Italian estate here crafts a beautifully sumptuous wine bursting with dark fruit.
Glenelly Estate, Stellenbosch Reserve Chardonnay, South Africa (€19) – fresh and persistent on the palate, this is an excellent example of a South African Chardonnay.
Frank Cornelissen, Terre Siciliane IGT Munjebel Rosso, Sicily (€32) – bringing forgotten native grapes back to life in the foothills of Mount Etna…you should try this one.
Arretxea, Irouléguy Tradition, Basque Country (€18) – a pure Tannat, this wine is also a pure joy for the nose and the palate alike.
Jean-Baptiste Arena, Patrimonio Morta Maio, Corsica (€28) – made with ultimate respect for the terroir, this is a Vermentinu with character.
You can access our full selection of Best Sellers here! Enjoy 😊