Launching Sir Nick Faldo's wine Collection

17 November 2015

Sir Nick has always had a passion for great wines and through the years, he's had the privilege to be exposed to many.  He wanted to create a European range that encapsulated his love for the wines and regions that he's encountered over the years.  The wines have been selected from some of the best vineyards across Europe, resulting in a range that is accessible, diverse and a reflection of his personality.

The Faldo Shield - the six stripes in claret and green represent his 6 Major Championships in the order of their win: Claret Jug, Green Jacket, Green, Claret, Green, Claret, Claret, Green. It is a golfer's story, a piece of history, a celebration of championship moments and the winner who created them.  We're delighted that Sir Nick has worked with us to launch his own wine collection of two white wines and four red wines from some of Europe's finest wine regions.


Faldo Sauvignon de Touraine, Domaine Renaudie, Loire France: Less tropical than a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc but packed with powerful fruit oozing Loire elegance. This is a benchmark Sauvignon Blanc very similar in style to Sancerre. Nervous, lean acidities perfectly balanced with restrained grassy notes and elderflower.

Faldo Chablis, Domaine Brocard, Burgundy, France: Elegant aromas, almost delicate on the nose, fuller on the palate with some richness of fruit coating the mouth. Leads to a finish with a wonderful piercing edginess and almost nervous character that is both delicate yet persistent.


Faldo Chateauneuf du Pape, Domaine Berthet-Rayne, Rhone, France: Full ruby with fresh boysenberry and cassis on the nose. Broad, sappy and concentrated with ripe dark fruits and floral pastilles.

Faldo Valpolicella Ripasso, Le Tobele Italy: Chocolate and black cherry fruit with hints of raisins on the nose. Medium-full bodied and offering dried fruit, spice, and a sweet core. Dry and fruity on the finish.

Faldo Rioja, Bodegas Baigorri, Spain: Deep cherry-red wine with plenty of depth and aromas of black fruit compote with notes of spice. It is elegant, smooth and silky in the mouth and has a long warm finish.

Faldo Barolo Bussia Monti, Piedmont, Italy: This is the flagship wine of the collection and has great depth and complexity of Autumnal fruits, underlying leather and richness of fruit. Not overly tannic but with wonderful balance.

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