Taste along with Laithwaite's Wine

Find out more about the wines featured in Laurence's show, every Sunday at 12pm on ClassicFM and enjoy tasting along with Laurence and Tom Laithwaite.

LLB and Laithwaite's Wine

Classic FM have teamed up with Laithwaite's Wine to make your Sunday lunch extra special.  Fine wine and fine music in perfect harmony with Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen on his Sunday show 12-3pm, from Sunday 29th September until Sunday 22nd December.

Laurence will be joined by Tom Laithwaite in the studio to taste and recommend a different wine each week and Laithwaite's Wine have created an exclusive case of delicious wines for you to to get involved too!

So why not taste along each Sunday and enjoy a taste of the finer things in life with this collection of classic wines.  Carefully selected with Classic FM listeners in mind, this delightful dozen is worth £133.88 but is being offered to exclusively to you at only £83.88, saving you £50. The case includes a smooth, gold medal winning Bordeaux and a refreshing New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, ensuring that every bottle is guaranteed to delight

The offer also includesLaithwaite's Wine Logo

  • Tasting notes to accompany each wine  
  • FREE bottle of award winning sparkling wine from Limoux 
  • FREE Delivery

Order your Soundtrack to Sunday Lunch show case and taste along with Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen each week by calling their award-winning customer service team on 0800 955 5880 and quoting SUNDAYWINE or go to Laithwaites.co.uk/sundaywine.

Take a look at the wines we will be featuring each week in the list below:

29 September:

Château Samion Montagne ST EM AOC 2010, France

Smooth and elegant with ripe berry flavours and long, complex finish.  Chateau Samion
6 October:    

Shingle Peak Reserve Sauvignon Blanc 2012, New Zealand

Crisp and racy with loads of aromatic, citrus and tropical fruits.

 Shingle Peak
13 October:  
 

Alta Tierra Syrah Reserva, 2009, Elqui, Chile

Lots of ripe blackberry with notes of cedar and white pepper.

 Alta Tierra
20 October:
   

Les Dix Du Pallet Muscadet Sur Lie, 2012, France

Lemon, apple and pear character with a hint of ocean freshness.

 Le Dix du Pallet
27 October:    
 

Palacio Del Conde, Gran Reserva, 2006, Spain

 

Silky smooth. Summer berry and plum flavours with hints of vanilla.

 Palacio Del Conde Gran Reserva
3 November:    

Red Heads Tomahawk Shiraz, 2011, McLaren Vale, Australia

Rich, voluptuous Aussie Shiraz handcrafted by star RedHeads winemaker Adam Hooper.

 Red Heads Tomahawk Shiraz
10 November:
   

The Huguenot Chenin Blanc, 2012, South Africa

Well balanced with fresh fruit, hints of honey and a light creaminess.  Huguenot Chenin Blanc
17 November:    
 

Le Prince De Courthézon, Côtes du Rhône AOC, 2012, France

 

Full-bodied, deep black berry fruits, gentle tannins and spice.

 Le Prince de Courthezon
24 November:    

Sendero Des Santos Albarino, 2011, Spain

Delicate ripe stone fruit, yet racy, fresh and beautifully balanced.

 Sendero des Santos Albarino
1 December:
   

Forefather Gran Reserva Selección Malbec Shiraz, 2010, Argentina

Silky, well structured with ripe fruite, juicy tannins and long finish.

The Forefather Gran Seleccion
 
8 December:    

 

Selvascura Principe Strozzi, IGT, 2011, Italy

 

Dark cherry and black fruit characters balanced by rounded tannins.

'Selvascura' Principe Strozzi IGT
 
15 December:    

Charles Smith Black Crown Cabernet Sauvignon, 2011, USA

World class Cabernet from one of the most highly awarded and talked about winemakers in America  Charles Smith 'Black crown' Cab Sauv 2011
22 December:
   

Roche Lacour, AOC, Crémant de Limoux 2011, France

Classy, award-winning fizz from Limoux - the first place ever to make sparkling wine Roche Lacour Crémant
 

 A bit about Tom Laithwaite

Laithwaite’s Wine Director and Tony and Barbara Laithwaites youngest son Tom, is at the forefront of the business.  He is currently lending his voice to a weekly slot on Classic FM with Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and a regular host of customer tastings across the country.
 
Tom hasn’t always worked at Laithwaite’s Wine.  Having grown up with all his family in the business, after finishing his education he decided to create his own path.  Tom stayed close to the world of wine and beer within the hospitality industry managing pubs and running bars.  He was eventually persuaded to work in the family business and went off to Australia and worked at the Sydney office for 3 years.  There he absorbed himself in to the Australian part of the business, copy writing, marketing and wine production.
 
Once back in the UK, to further cement his knowledge of the company Tom joined the events team – hosting, talking and pouring wine for the customer events.  Now, as a Director, he continues with hosting customer events, supports the wine production side of the business and lends himself to be the voice and face of Laithwaite’s Wine.

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen