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  • Cotes du Rhone J.Vidal Fleury 14% 75cl
    Established in 1781 in the Northern Rhone Valley, Vidal-Fleury is the oldest continuously operating winery in the Rhone Valley. Today Vidal-Fleury vinify and age wines from the Rhone's renowned appelations, focusing on the choicest terroirs, allowing ample time to age and mature the wines.

    Tasting note
    Full, bright dark red in appearance. Aromatic, Syrah dominating, violet, blackberry, spice (cumin), toasty. On the palate pepper, black fruit, clean start. Good late punch and chewiness.
    £8.99
  • Alasia Brachetto d'Acqui Alasia 5.5% 75cl
    Vibrant ruby in colour, this shows aromas of raspberry sorbet with rose perfumed hints. Appealing off-dry palate with crunchy raspberry fruit, mouthwatering acidity and a juicy finish. Producer Details Araldica is Piemonte's largest and most progressive co-operative yet retains a small, family run company feel, thanks to the inspired guidance of winemaker/manager Claudio Manera (whose father Livio was the co-op's first winemaker in the fifties) and his wife Lella, also a winemaker and in charge of Quality Control. 80% of production is bottled (an extraordinarily high percentage for a large co-operative) at the company's headquarters in the Monferrato hills, home of the old cellars and a new winery, operating since September 2000. This is complimented by two estates, each with it's own vinification cellars, La Battistina in Gavi (where Araldica is the region's largest vineyard owner) and Il Cascinone. Claudio believes that effective management can preserve that most important concern for the customer - value for money: "Our intention has never been to follow an idle dream of making a great wine that is then impossible to find or difficult to afford. Our broader ambition has been to provide a range that is both understandable and accessible. Quite simply, wine for drinking and enjoying."
    £7.60
  • Quinta dos Quatro Ventos 2008 14.5% 75cl
    One of Caves Alianca top flight wines from winemaker Francisco Atunes under the guidance of Michel Rolland. Made from Tinta Roriz,Touriga Nacional and Touriga Franca, the impressive yet elegant wine has focussed plum and black fruit backed by firm tannins and classy but balanced oak.

    Producer Details
    One of Portugal's largest and most progressive producers with 600 hectares spread across estates in five regions from Douro in the north to Alentejo in the south. Winemaker Francisco Antunes oversees what must be one of the most diverse ranges in Europe, from the 3rd largest Portuguese rose brand (Casal Mendes) to some of the country's most impressive premium reds (with help from Michel Rolland and Pascal Chatonnet) from estates in Douro, Dao, Bairrada and Alentejo. Arguably, Francisco's greatest achievements lie between these extremes, a range of mid-priced wines from native varieties, full of character, quite distinctly Portuguese, but at the same time approachable and with fresh, modern fruit.


    Grapes: Tinta Roriz, Touriga Nacional, Touriga Francesa
    £14.99
  • Don David Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve Michel Torino 75cl
    Made with had picked grapes from the Cafayte valley and aged in a combination of French and America oak for 12 months. The result is s wine with deep ruby colour and a complex bouquet of blackberries, chocolate, mint and toasty oak. The flavour is rich and concentrated with a long, velvety finish.
    £11.99
  • Altimus 2011 Michel Torino 75cl
    Altimus means "the highest" in Latin and is a tribute to the Cafayete valley, which at 1700 m above sea level is one of the highest places where vines grow . Altimus was bottled unfiltered to protect its natural qualities;maintaining a perfect balancebetween fruit and oak. A lovely combination of red berry fruits, plums, vanilla and tobacco.
    £27.99
  • Pasquiers Grenache Noir 2014 Vin de Pays D'Oc 13.5% 75cl
    The black Grenache from the deep South of France is steeped in texture, sinewy flavour and structure - talk about length, the flavours just go on and on! Rich black fruit, vanilla, liquorice, sweet spice and cinnamon. The palate has more intense berry fruit and spice, with gentle acidity and tannins
    £6.85
  • Quinta do Coa Tinto 2008 (Organic) 13.5% 75cl
    The heat and sub-Saharan nature of the Coa Valley and Douro Superior in general would easily lead one to expect the reds from Quinta do Coa to be huge fruit bombs, but this is rarely the case. Very finely grained fruit and wood tannins provide the structure for a lovely purity of fruit character mulberries and cherries, and good length.

    This collection of dramatic vineyards (115 Hectares) and olive groves (300 Hectares), established by Celso Madeira over the past 50 years, take us to a part of the Douro region that has been until recently the preserve of a few but committed and gritty farmers.

    This is extreme climate and terrain with expansive scenery.Where there is Schist and some rainfall (450mm) things grow though and the Madeira family does it all according to organic principles. Celso has passed the baton to his two sons, Rui (Winemaking) and Filipe (Marketing), who at their state-of- the- art winery, are making some pure fruited, expressive and cultured wines to charm us with.

    From their first estate Quinta do Ca comes a Tinto full of ripe black fruits, and warm spice, topped only by the concentrated and compact Reserva Tinto.
    £14.99
  • Domaine Berthoumieu 2012 Charles de Batz 14.5% 75cl
    Almost black in colour, the nose is red berries and spice, complemented by nutty and oaky qualities imparted by the barrique barrel fermentation on the palate notes of liquorice are detectable.

    Producer Details
    Domaine Berthomieu is a small domaine (26 hectares) in the village of Viella, in the north of the Madiran appellation. The domaine has been in the family since 1850 and Didier Barr is the 6th generation to own and run the domaine. Didier is a real enthusiast, passionate about his wines and respectful of the traditional character of the wine. The wines offer tremendous character and style, some of the best in the appellation. The domaine has two different plots - one on a pebbly, clay plateau to the west of the village facing south towards the Pyrenees, and the other a gravelly slope facing south east to the east of the village. Many of the vines on the estate are between 40 and 100 years old. These older vines yield fewer grapes, but their long roots will extract more mineral character and trace elements.

    In the Vineyard
    The 26ha vinyard benefits from mild winters and very dry sunny autumns. Soils are a combination of clay-calcareous and clay-siliceous with vines averaging 50 years of age. Yields are restricted to 45 hectoliters per ha. The red wine harvest takes place around the 20th September, and the grapes are hand harvested
    £16.50
  • Barolo Bussia Dardi le Rose 2011 Poderi Colla 13.5% 75cl
    Founded in 1993 by Tino and Federica Colla, brother and daughter of the legendry Beppe Colla. Beppe was not only the passion behind the Prunotto name but a leading public figure in the development of the Alba DOCs in the 60s. The wines come from three outstanding sites in Alba and cover nearly the entire spectrum of Albese styles. The Colla family truly make wine in the vineyard, with a non-interventionist approach to wine making, enabling each wine a unique expression of site and vintage. Cascine Drago, the site of the winery and museum, has twelve hectares under vine, from which the densely planted Dolcetto and Nebbiolo form the incredibly complex and structured Bricco del Drago. Tenuta Roncaglie, one of the bset historical Barbaresco crus, produces a classic and elegant Nebbiolo, and fine Barbera. Tenuta Dardi Le Rose from the Bussia hillside of Barolo's Monforte dAlba district, is Nebbiolo at its best, rich and complex with fascinating perfumes and textures.

    Typical Nebbiolo burnt sunset colour. Meaty yet floral nose - almost like a piece of beef wrapped in rose petals. Generous late summer fruit flavours with good tannic structure and a level of acidity which means that, whilst drinking now, this wine will ageand improve for many years.

    2004 Vintage: "Mid depth in colour, showing some evolution. Lots of spices and herbs on the nose. Rich attack, full with lots of concentration and well-balanced." 95/100. IWC Octavian Vaults Library Collection, Judges Comments, tasted in 2009
    £31.99
  • Cuvee Gabriel Merlot 2013 Organic 12% 75cl
    Lovely Organic unoaked red that's full of soft, juicy fruits. Moderate alcohol too.

    Maceration is closely controlled to ensure the wine is both supple and fruity. Excellent fruit extraction means that this Merlot is full of gently spiced black fruits. Tannins are well rounded, leaving a soft, easy-drinking wine.
    £8.75
  • Bouchard Finlayson Hannibal 2014 75cl
    This wine has concentrated dark fruit nose with an austere, gentle palate weight. Tannins are velvety and offer a slow-pronounced aromatic finish!

    Independents Note
    :It appears to be dominated by red fruits with lots of mulberry, raspberry and red cherry but behind all of this there are sweeter black. There is a lovely complex mix of black and red flavours on the palate the sweet fruit mix backed by a herbal twist on the finish. Derek Smedley MW 92 pts

    In this instance the blend consists of 34% Sangiovese, 20% Pinot noir, 31% Shiraz, 13% Nebbiolo, 2% Mourvedre and 5% Barbera. The excitement of Hannibal is about the different grape varieties and their resulting taste colours.

    Concentrated, dark and fruity with whiffs of oak and wood on the nose. Velvety tannins offering a sumptuous slow-pronounced finish, indicates plenty of promise for those who are prepared to wait.
    £23.99
  • Bottega Vinai Lagrein Dunkel 2011 13% 75cl
    Rich and robust with smoky wood and fire side aromas which mingle with red berries and spiced vanilla on the nose. The palate is dry and finely structured with a very typically Italian sweet and sour twist leading to brambles on the finish.



    Producer Details
    Cavit is a modern and forward-thinking co-operative group in the mountainous Trentino region of northeast Italy whose 11 cellars are responsible for a massive 65% of the region's wine production. The endless permutations offered from their members' 7,000 hectares of vineyard, combined with an intriguing palette of indigenous and international grape varieties, enable Cavit to offer a broad range which excels at every level. The scale of production, combined with ultra-modern winemaking facilities, understandably makes Cavit one of Italy's most reliable sources of well-made, competitively priced wines, in particular Pinot Grigio. However, with wines such as Arele Vino Santo, Graal Metodo Classico (awarded 'Tre Bicchieri' for the 7th time and voted Gambero Rosso's Sparkling Wine of the Year in 2010) and the outstanding Maso Cervara Teroldego, chief winemaker Anselmo Martini is producing wines which rival the best of the Trentino region.
    In the Vineyard

    Produced from fruit grown in the Valle del Sarca, on loose stony-limestone soils caressed by the warm wind coming from Lake Garda. The Lagrein grape is indigenous to Italy. It prefers warm, sheltered areas and produces wine of noteworthy concentration and complexity.



    In the Winery
    'Dunkel' is traditionally vinified as red wine at 28-29 degrees C with long maceration on the skins in small stainless steel tanks. It is then moved to barriques for 12-14 months and subsequently matured in small oak barrels for a further 6 months.

    Grapes: Lagrien
    £10.25
  • Macia Batle Crianza 2013 14% 75cl
    Wine produced from a rigorous selection of Manto Negro, Callet, Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz grapes from the best vineyards of the Binissalem-Mallorca D.O. Controlled fermentation and subsequent maturing in barrels of French and American oak as well bottle fermentation until the wine has matured for 24 months. Its colour is an intense cherry red with reflections of violet. Harmonious mix between fruity aromas, forest berries, blackberries and complex hints remain from its maturation in the barrel, balsamic aromas, spices, smoky flavours. Strong in the mouth, balanced, tasty, wide and persistent.
    £14.99
  • Tres Picos Garnacha 2013 75cl
    Borsao Tres Picos Garnacha, is the most daring creation of the new phase of the winery. It is the result of new technologies that have been applied but without disregarding the wise tradition of wine making in the region. It has a dark ruby colour with shades of purple. At the nose there is a rich aroma of ripe berries with hints of floral tones typical of the Garnacha, a unique variety. In the mouth, it is a full bodied rich wine with a taste of blackberries, strawberries and hints of leather, vanilla and plums. It is perfectly combined with a sweet and pleasant tannin that leads to a long, balanced and smooth finish.
    £14.30
  • Domaine de Mourchon Grande Reserve Cotes du Rhone 75cl
    A garnet red colour with fresh red fruit aromas on a spicy background. The palate is generous with supple fruit.
    Enjoy with charcuterie, grilled meat, pasta with sauce or creamy cheeses.
    Serve it slightly cooled during summer.
    £16.99
  • Primitivo Torres Saracena 2008 13.5% 75cl
    This wine made with the Primitivo grape which is indigenous to this region is an early ripening variety. Robust fruit red, with lovely up front fruit and some earthy notes. Great value wine ideal for some good BBq's.
    £6.99
  • Thistledown The Basket Case Shiraz Barossa Valley 13.5% 75cl
    Glossy, soft and perfumed with lush black fruits and a creamy, liquoricey palate.
    £16.75
  • Cloudy Bay Pinot Noir 2012 75cl
    Cloudy Bay first made pinot in 1989 and the winemaking team has been obsessed with the variety ever since. This year the second crop was harvested from the 'Barracks Vineyard', an elevated site in the Omaka Valley dedicated almost entirely to pinot. In the winery, the purpose-built pinot cellar allows the winemakers to handle as many as 40 unique parcels of wine from 25 different sites with the utmost precision and care. These are carefully blended to create a true expression of the variety, the vintage, and 'our place'.

    Cropped at very low levels from prime Marlborough vineyard sites, Cloudy Bay Pinot Noir is rich in regional fruit character. Typically it has an intensely varietal palate that reveals layers of dark red fruits, savoury dried herbs, charry oak and silky tannins.

    Intensely fragrant with alluring aromas of dark plums and lifted hints of blueberry, layered over spicy sandalwood and smoky bacon. The palate is succulent and flavoursome with dark fruits and toasty oak gently supported by plush
    £28.99
  • Gevrey Chambertin 2012 Clos de la Justice Vallet 13% 75cl
    Vallet Frres Gevrey-Chambertin This winery represents everything that we are proud to be associated with; attention to detail, delicate selection of the best grapes and above all a passion for making superb wines. The Vallet family own holdings in Gevrey-Chambertin - the entire single vineyard of Clos de la Justice - Beaune Epenottes (Premier Cru) and Charmes-Chambertin (Grand Cru). They also source the best grapes from growers in other areas, with whom they have worked closely for many years. The Burgundies they produce are complex, fine and taste of the old-fashioned, 'real' Pinot Noir that their provenance would suggest. Their enthusiasm and passion for producing quality wines is inspiring. Louis Vallet, father of present managing director explains: "the most important element of greatness is 'origine'; is the wine complete? Is it harmonious? Is it fully itself? Does it have finesse?" 3 Michelin star chef Gordon Ramsay is a big fan and has sourced 5 Vallet wines for his restaurants wine list. The Vallet family (also known as Bouree Pere et Fils) is a grower and negotiant who owns holdings in Gevrey-Chambertin - the entire single vineyard of Clos de la Justice - Beaune Epenottes ('Premier Cru') and Charmes-Chambertin ('Grand Cru'). They also source the best grapes from growers in other areas, with whom they have worked closely for many years. Their Burgundies are complex, fine and taste of old-fashioned, 'real' Chardonnay and develop charmingly in bottle. As Louis Vallet, father of present managing director and winemakers Bernard and Jean-Christophe, explains: "flashy flavours and aromas are not what great wine is about. I can put some fruit juice in water and you'll have an exciting bouquet. No, the most important element of greatness is 'origine'; is the wine complete? Is it harmonious? Is it fully itself? Does it have finesse? I tell this to my colleagues in Bourgogne and, sad to say, many don't know what I mean"
    £39.99
  • Cuvee Jean Paul Vaucluse Rouge 2012 Vin de Pays de Vaucluse 12.5% 75cl
    Friendly spice of Grenache sprinkled with Syrah; textured plum and strawberry fruit rounds off the palate, making this a delicious, uncomplicated medium-bodied, soft, fruity and very drinkable red ... yet serious enough to accompany food
    £6.65
  • Cape Heights Shiraz 2013 14.5% 75cl
    A ripe and juicy Shiraz, packed with dark fruit flavours and black pepper notes on the palate. Produced from only free run juice and fermented on skins in stainless stell tanks. The wine is left on fine lees for an extended period for greater palate weight and mouthfeel
    £6.45
  • Bellefontaine Shiraz 2014 Vin de Pays D'Oc 13.5% 75cl
    This wine has plenty of spice and ripe damsoms with a farmy rustic edge, lovely rich dark fruits with 'meaty' concentration and style, full flavoured but reasonably soft and drinking well.

    Food Recommendations
    Eat with red meats, classic French casseroles and grilled meat.
    £6.85
  • Mandrarossa Syrah 2011 13.5% 75cl
    Full bodied wine, well structured, pairs nicely with spiced red meat dishes such as lemon-coriander game hens, pan-seared filet mignon with roasted potatoes and Merlot sauce or penne with stir-fried beef and red bell pepper.

    Tasting Note :
    This Syrah signals its full bodied fruit with a vibrant, deep magenta colour and a heady perfume of hedgerow fruit and peppery spice.

    The name of the rare MandraRossa wines derive from a viticultural district overlooking the seaside of Menfi in Sicily. These wines are suitable for consumers who are attentive and sensible towards the balance between the wine, the culture and the traditions of the producing area. Since the Greek times, the cultivation of the grapevines has passed on over the years on the Sicilian coast overlooking the Mediterranean sea and run through the sunny hills between the Temples of Agrigento and Selinunte. Many aspects have contributed to the vineyards of MandraRossa, such as: the mild climate, the productivity of the land and the worker's care. The Settesoli winery operates on 6,500 hectares of vineyards, but over the years, it has selected 600 hectares as the most productive. Next to the autochthonous tradition of vineyards, such as Grecanico and Nero d'Avola, the MandraRossa vineyards have today become international and named Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Syrah. The MandraRossa wines originated from the integration between the culture of the area, the traditional methods of cultivation, and the wine-technological innovations. They are rare wines and are mostly suggested by the Settesoli winery to people with delicate palates, and who own qualified restaurants and wine shops. The Settesoli winery's main rule is to care for every detail. For this reason, many methods handed down through the centuries are united to the most recent technologies. The vineyards are monitored by agronomists during all their phenological phases until they are capable in determining the best period to harvest grapes. The MandraRossa wines go through wine-technological processes accomplished by oenologists, and are considered a synthesis of traditional culture and constant experimentation and research. The whole production cycle, from the vineyards of the grapes to the packaging of the bottles, has obtained the seal of approval under the warranty that the Settesoli winery's technical procedures are in conformity with the highest oenological parameters.

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    £8.60
  • Mandrarossa Nero D'Avola 2016 13.5% 75cl
    The Mandrarossa Nero D'Avola shows the true potential of Sicilian red wine. Richly textured with layers of damson, plum and liquorice spice flavours, elegant but powerful.

    The name of the rare MandraRossa wines derive from a viticultural district overlooking the seaside of Menfi in Sicily. These wines are suitable for consumers who are attentive and sensible towards the balance between the wine, the culture and the traditions of the producing area. Since the Greek times, the cultivation of the grapevines has passed on over the years on the Sicilian coast overlooking the Mediterranean sea and run through the sunny hills between the Temples of Agrigento and Selinunte. Many aspects have contributed to the vineyards of MandraRossa, such as: the mild climate, the productivity of the land and the worker's care. The Settesoli winery operates on 6,500 hectares of vineyards, but over the years, it has selected 600 hectares as the most productive. Next to the autochthonous tradition of vineyards, such as Grecanico and Nero d'Avola, the MandraRossa vineyards have today become international and named Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Syrah. The MandraRossa wines originated from the integration between the culture of the area, the traditional methods of cultivation, and the wine-technological innovations. They are rare wines and are mostly suggested by the Settesoli winery to people with delicate palates, and who own qualified restaurants and wine shops. The Settesoli winery's main rule is to care for every detail. For this reason, many methods handed down through the centuries are united to the most recent technologies. The vineyards are monitored by agronomists during all their phenological phases until they are capable in determining the best period to harvest grapes. The MandraRossa wines go through wine-technological processes accomplished by oenologists, and are considered a synthesis of traditional culture and constant experimentation and research. The whole production cycle, from the vineyards of the grapes to the packaging of the bottles, has obtained the seal of approval under the warranty that the Settesoli winery's technical procedures are in conformity with the highest oenological parameters.

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    £9.25
  • Alma De Tinto Mencia 2011 Monterrei 13.5% 75cl
    Mencia is native to this rather rugged part of the world and the wines often have a certain rusticity about them. The Alma de Tinto is bright and brambly with bags of fresh fruit alongside hints of developed, dried fruit nuances.
    £10.35
  • Jaffelin Pinot Noir 2011 Vin de France 13% 75cl
    A fantastic Pinot noir from Burgundy producer Jaffelin, lovely nose of summer fruits and palate is light and fruity but with enough complexity to go well with food.
    £8.99
  • Torres Celeste Crianza 2011/13 14%
    Celeste is an opulent wine brimming with fruit, body and colour: as unique as the night sky in the Ribera del Duero. Intense blackberry colour. Spicy and intense nose, with liquorice and black pepper hints on a base of well ripened fruits (blackberry and cherry). On the palate, very fruity at first with ripened tannins, also persistent and full bodied.
    £13.99
  • Quinta do Crasto 2014 14% 75cl
    A vibrant and fresh colour, with purple hues. Intense aromas of fruits of the forest, blackberries and raspberries. A medium bodied palate which is rich in wild berry characters. The wine finishes with great length, balance and texture.

    Food Matching Note
    :Ideal with lamb and roasted red meat dishes

    Detailed Tasting Note
    :"This big-boned, fleshy beauty is a cracking example of the exciting new-wave Douro Valley. A rich red blend of tinta roriz, tinta barroca, touriga franca and touriga nacional, it is bursting with lively, intense fruit backed by silky tannins. Ideal for garlic and herb-encrusted roast lamb." Jonathan Ray, The Daily Telegraph, June 2009

    Grape Varieties
    34% Touriga National
    33% Tinta Francesca
    33% Tinta Roriz
    £12.65
  • Sideral 20014 Altair 15% 75cl
    With a dazzling level of investment and a pioneering spirit applied to both viticulture and winemaking, Altair have taken the challenge to produce some of the worlds best Cabernet seriously. Nestled at the very top of the Totihue Valley in the foothills of the imposing Andes mountains, Altairs impressive architecture is a sure statement of intent but it has been more than matched by the quality of the initial releases. Winemaker Ana Maria Cumsille crafts exquisite wines from this steep, naturally low yielding, deep gravelly site. The flagship Altair is immense and profound, built for the long haul. The style of Sideral is a little more approachable but in its own right it is still considered one of Chiles finest wines.

    Intense garnet, ruby in colour with aromas of plums, wood smoke and vanilla pods. Aromas evolve to exhibit characters of cassis, prunes and toast, whilst tannins are well integrated and rounded. An elegant and sophisticated wine that drinks well now and will keep for 5 years.


    Grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon 83% Carmenere 17%
    £18.99
  • Umbrele Merlot 2014 13.5% 75cl
    This Romanian wine is made using modern technics and vineyard management. Soft, fleshy and velvety moreish with ripe plum fruit, a dash of spice, this is a merlot with attitude
  • Valpolicella San Pietro Montresor 2015 12.5% 75cl

    A fresh, medium bodied red with aromas of ripe red cherries and a hint of the gently herbal character typical of Valpolicella. A fresh and youthful palate showing a touch of sour cherry, and subtle spicy notes.


    Producer Details

    This long established Veronese family company, headed by Giorgio Montresor, is producing wines which increasingly rival the offerings of the region's more fashionable names. The estate wines, from 100 ha of vineyards in Valpolicella and Garda, offer remarkable value for money, particularly the Capitel della Crosara vineyard near Negrar which produces fine, richly-flavoured Ripasso and a generous, classically-styled Amarone with great concentration and texture.

    £10.75
  • Torres Mas la Plana 2010/11 14.5% 75cl
    It is more than three decades since this mysterious Spanish wine was born. The label: Black. The bottle: Burgundy style. The variety: Cabernet Sauvignon. Few had much faith in this project. Certainly, nobody back in 1979, could have dreamed that it would triumph in a Parisian blind tasting against some of the world's most famous wines. Yet it marked the start of a new era in wine making: a time in which to stop dreaming and embark on a new journey, year after year, harvest after harvest.

    In this small (29 ha.) vineyard only the most select Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are grown. These are used to make strictly limited quantities of Torres most prestigious red wine, now known to connoisseurs all over the world. In the Paris Wine Olympiad, the 1970 vintage triumphed over some of the most famouswines in the world, including Chateau Latour. This success has been repeated on several other occasions, with Gran Coronas Mas La Plana notching up numerous other international awards.

    Tasting Notes
    Intense aroma showing all the classic characteristics of the native land of Mas La Plana, together with notes of truffle, toast and wild red berry conserve. Great body and breadth on the palate, with juicy tannins that become balanced and elegant.
    £36.50
  • The Landings Shiraz Cabernet 2013 75cl
    The Landings is a smooth and smooth easy drinking wine full of blackberry and plum fruit flavours backed with a tantalising hint of spice
    £6.35
  • Brown Brothers Tarrango 2014 12.5% 75cl
    Easy drinking light wine from Australia made with the Tarrango grape variety. Ripe cherry, raspberry, redcurrant with a hint of spice, serve it slightly chilled.
    £10.50
  • De Alto Rioja Crianza 13.5% 75cl
    Aromatic and intense, lovely aromas of wild red berries, blossom, nutmeg and hints of sandalwood. Fresh, fruity and well balanced with sensations of raspberries, vanilla and cinnamon. 12 months in American oak gives lends this wine a supple, silky character.

    Blend: Tempranillo 90%, Mazuelo 5%, Garnacha 5%
    ABV: 13.5%.
    £9.65
  • Chateau Musar Rouge 2001 13.5% 75cl
    2001 13.5% Winter chill quickly gave way to warmer weather with little rain, and aridity reduced yields by 15%. July and August were far hotter than usual and picking began very early on September 3rd. Tannin and acidity levels were low; thick-skinned Cabernet grapes fared best in the heat and dominate the blend. The latest vintage of Lebanons greatest wine does not disappoint: rich, plummy, spicy and complex, with amazing length. Very serious unique. Andrew Neather, Evening Standard, 17th December 2008.
    £30.00
  • Alasia Piemonte Barbera 13% 75cl
    A light, juicy red with aromas of raspberries, plums and cherries. These characters follow through to the palate, along with soft tannins and a savoury spiciness. Refreshing acidity on the finish.
    £6.60
  • Tabali Reserva Especial Pinot Noir 2013 13.5% 75cl
    A delicious, mouthwatering delicate Pinot Noir with smoky plum and redcurrant and hints of strawberry on the nose. The palate has more smokey fresh red fruit with a clean almost scented finish. Fresh citrus acidity helps to provide backbone and a gentle, soft silky finish.

    Producer Details
    Situated in one of the northernmost vineyard regions in Chile, approaching the edge of the Atacama Desert, Tabal commands a unique location in the heart of the Limar Valley. The local Camanchaca fog blankets the Limar area each morning, and afternoon coastal breezes bring cool air which moderates the ripening of the grapes. The result is a range of truly distinctive wines with elegance, restraint and minerality. The dynamic young team lead by Felipe Muller (winemaker) and Hector Rojas (viticulturalist) have already scooped a cabinet full of the wine worlds most prestigious trophies. Tabali Chardonnay is widely regarded as one of Chiles finest but we would also single out their Shiraz (IWC Gold and 2 Decanter trophys in 2007) as one of the emerging stars from this new region, with its fine structure and peppery black olive fruit profile. Tabal has the honour of stewardship of the Limar Valleys most significant archaeological sites, the mystical Valle del Encanto (Enchanted Valley) which borders their vineyards. A sacred site of the ancient Molle and Diaguita culture, the many rock drawings and carved Tacita stones depict an ancient way of life. The Tabal mask logo has been taken from one of these rock carvings, which can only be seen at certain times of day when the suns alignment makes them magically appear.
    In the Vineyard
    The vines are planted in the oldest alluvial terrace of the Limar river, the soil profile is a mix a gravels of different sizes, clay and sand with high concentrations of active calcium carbonates (limestone) and different type of salts, due to the very little amount of rainfall per year (70 100 mm) in the area. This geological condition makes this place unique in Chile in terms of the soil formation and composition.

    In the Winery
    The fruit was handpicked in the third week of March, at its optimal aromatic and phenolic maturity. Cold maceration then took place over a period of 3 days, followed by fermentation in small stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures. A further maceration took place for 5 days and finally the wine was aged in French oak for 9 months
    £11.75
  • Felino Malbec 2014 14.6% 75cl
    The wines of Via Cobos are the result of a shared dream inspired by the passion of an American winemaker and two partners from a wine-producing culture deeply rooted in European traditions. Their founding aspiration: to produce a malbec of power and elegance unequalled anywhere in the world. The inaugural 1999 vintage of Cobos Malbec received the highest score upon release for any Argentine wine. Since then, Paul and partners have grown their family of wines, which continue to receive even greater accolades. Cobos, Bramare and Felino offer three tiers of exceptional chardonnay, merlot, malbec and cabernet sauvignon sourced from Marchiori Vineyard and other select properties within Mendoza.

    This powerful, firmly structured malbec is black/fuchsia in color and perfumed with wild raspberry and bittersweet cocoa. The palate unfolds in velvety layers of plum, currant and anise. Notes of white pepper and minerals accompany fine-grained tannins on a long, memorable finish

    Wine spectator 91pts
    £13.99
  • Felino Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 14.9% 75cl
    The wines of Via Cobos are the result of a shared dream inspired by the passion of an American winemaker and two partners from a wine-producing culture deeply rooted in European traditions. Their founding aspiration: to produce a malbec of power and elegance unequalled anywhere in the world. The inaugural 1999 vintage of Cobos Malbec received the highest score upon release for any Argentine wine. Since then, Paul and partners have grown their family of wines, which continue to receive even greater accolades. Cobos, Bramare and Felino offer three tiers of exceptional chardonnay, merlot, malbec and cabernet sauvignon sourced from Marchiori Vineyard and other select properties within Mendoza.


    Dense garnet color accompanies an earthy nose, rich with aromas of cassis, mocha and lavender. The palate is
    bold and complex, weaving black currant and boysenberry with graphite and sweet tobacco. Ripe tannins and subtle minerality find perfect balance over a lengthy finish. Alcohol 14.9%

    Grapes: 92% cabernet sauvignon, 4% merlot, 4% cabernet franc

    Barrel Aging 8 months in American and French oak barrels; 19% new
    £13.99
  • Riptide Cabernet Sauvignon 12.5% 75cl
    Blackcurrant, cherry and gentle vanilla flavours mingle together in this luscious Cabernet from the West Coast. The palate has soft tannins with dark fruits and a hint of cedar wood, very easy drinking
    £7.99
  • Cobos Bramare Malbec 2014 Lujan de Cuyo 75cl
    Lujan de Cuyo is known historically as the prime zone for wine-growing in Mendoza. Its high altitude location at around 2,500 feet, in combination with a semi-desert climate and low-nutrient stony soils provide ideal conditions for cultivation of high quality fruit.

    Inky, dense violet in color, this Malbec offers a fine balance of poise and power. The nose brims with raspberries, anise, cherries and black pepper notes while in the mouth, the full-bodied impression carries flavors of cassis, red licorice, figs and hints of smoke. A long finish leaves the mouth enveloped in big, chewy tannins.

    From James Molesworth, Wine Spectator, 10/29/08
    :90 points. Dark and muscular, with a nice loamy undertow to the braised fig, melted black licorice and raspberry ganache notes

    From Jay Miller, The Wine Advocate, 12/31/08

    :94 pts. It offers up an alluring nose of cedar, tobacco, spice box, cola, and black cherry. This is followed by a full-bodied, layered smooth-textured wine with gobs of fruit already revealing considerable complexity. The wine has superb depth, concentration and length. It can be enjoyed now but should easily last for another decade.
    £27.99
  • Morgon Le cru Aux Roches pourries 13% 75cl
    Roche Pourrie' refers to the crumbled, flaky rock rich in iron oxide and manganese which imparts a red ochre colour to the soil of te prized vineyard of Cte du Py. Here 55 year old Gamay grapes are harvested by hand and only the best clusters of grapes are selected for the wine.

    Ripe cherries and plums on the nose give some indication to how fruit-rich the palate of this Morgon is. Fruit and spice flavours are velvety to the finish, with a lovely touch of crisp acidity.
    £10.25
  • Destinea Pinot Noir 2012 Joseph Mellot 12.5% 75cl
    A lovey light Pinot but still retaining a nose of Red burgundy, with red fruits and a hint of smoke. No oak is used in the delicious Pinot which is equally enjoable when slightly chilled for 10 miniutes in the fridge.
    £10.49
  • Gevrey Chambertin 2012 Louis Jadot 13% 75cl
    One of the most recognised wines from the Cote de Nuits, Gevrey Chambertin is a classic and this 2009 vintage is exceptional. Concentrated with deep colour, rich fruity aroma of mixed black and red cherries, with firm but elegant tannins and a smooth lingering finish.
    £39.99
  • Connetable Talbot 2011 Saint Julien 13% 75CL
    This is the second wine of Chateau Talbot the Fouth Growth in Saint Julien. Connetable Talbot is made from the younger vines or wines not quiet upto going into the first label, but offers remarkable value and was one of the first chateau's to offer a second wine back min the sixties.
    £27.99
  • Sancerre Rouge 2013 Hubert Brochard 13% 75cl
    Sancerre Rouge from Hubert Brochard uses graped sourced from vineyards on the deep and specific soil for the Pinot noir grape variety; in the
    villages of Chavignol, Amigny, Saint-Satur, SainteGemme, Mntrol, Thauvenay and Sancerre. The average age of the vines are 30 years old.

    ORIENTATION: South, South-east.

    CONSERVATION: The Sancerre Rouge is a wine for laying down for 8 years. It is full-bodied, slightly tannic and it is best enjoyed at cellar temperature.
    SERVE WITH: It goes superbly with cooked meat,
    poultry, red meat and all kinds of cheese.
    £18.99
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