Domaine de Galouchey are defiantly different. Situated in Bordeaux’s Entre-deux-Mers appellation and with less than a hectare of vineyard land, they make this wine from all the grape varieties permitted in Bordeaux – red and white together. The cuvée’s name ‘Vin de Jardin’ is a reaction to the ‘Vin de Garage’ wines of the 1990s, which relied on late picking and and heavy extraction to gain favour with Mr R Parker. The ‘Vin de Jardin’ has quickly garnered a cult following among those drinkers weary of Bordeaux’s more extracted commercial style. The wine is rich, weighty and with a silky texture, combining Bordeaux character with a hefty dash of flair.