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2015 Sancerre Le Pente, Emile Balland, Magnum
This tiny 6.5 hectare domaine in the Loire was started by Emile Balland in 1999. The Ballands have been making wines in the Loire since 1650 and his father was instrumental in achieving recognition for the young AOC Coteaux du Giennois in the 1980s.The La Pente is a first class Sancerre and the pinnacle of Emile' production. It comes from vines are grown on Emile's finest sites in teh limestone soil of Beauregard, and he only uses the first juice from the pressing is used. After a careful fermentation, the wine is matured for large barrels for 18 months to develop complexityWonderful, textured Sancerre showing restrained tropical fruits, fine minerality and a wonderful length on the finish. We are thrilled to have got our hands on a few magnums of this stunning wine.
£85.00Out of Stock
2016 Hommage White, Mountford Estate, Canterbury
The Hommage White blend from Mountford Estate is a wonderfully textured white with floral, peach-scented aromatics, hints of spice from the Gewurztraminer, grapey herbal hints courtesy of the Muscat and exotic, tropical fruits kept in check by balanced acidity on the long finish.
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2016 Rioja Blanco Las Planas, Real Agrado, Rioja DOCa
The 2016 Rioja Blanco Las Planas from, Real Agrado is a pale golden colour, with the aromas of aniseed tinged oak, balsamic and honey notes. The palate is complex with flavours of peach compote and silky oak notes courtesy of 24 months in a mixture of American and French oak. The velvety palate is soft yet retains plenty of freshness with a fine, elegant and very long finish.
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2016 Rioja Malvasia, Bodegas Amaren, Rioja Alavesa, Magnum
We were utterly bowled over when we first tasted the amazing Rioja Malvasia from Bodegas Amaren. Situated in the highest part of the Rioja region, Amaren is the premium winery of the Luis Canas stable, producing exceptional wines that are a raw expression of the weathered vineyards and old vines in the Rioja Alavesa.
£70.00Out of Stock
2017 Estate Furmint, Istvan Szepsy, Tokaji
The Szepsy family has been producing Tokaj wines since the 1500s, with the aim of producing the best grapespossible without compromise. The estate is comprised of 50 hectares of vines, that are forty years of age on average, planted on steep slopes at high altitude on a rocky volcanic soil that is considered to be the single, most complex soil composition.
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2017 Museum Release Marsanne, Tahbilk, Nagambie Lakes, Victoria
Tahbilk are a Carbon Neutral winery and legendary producers of Marsanne, not just in Australia but worldwide. Their plantings of this beguiling grape variety are the world's largest single holding, some of which were planted in 1927 and rank as some of the oldest around. The Museum Release Marsanne has an expressive nose of honeysuckle and hot buttered toast. The palate is rich, nutty and honeyed yet has a vibrant citrus freshness on the finish. This is a true 'terroir wine' which sings of the unique climate in this part of Victoria and shows wonderful varietal character. This Marsanne is delicious now but will continue to develop in complexity up to 2026.
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2017 Pouilly Fume ‘Les Demoiselles’, Domaine Henri Bourgeois
The wines from Domaine Henri Bourgeois display the complex chalky and flinty terroir of Chavignol and are a delight once they take on a bit of bottle age. The 'Les Demoiselles' is made from select Sauvignon grapes from Saint-Laurent, the site of the first vines planted in Pouilly-Fume. 85% is fermented in stainless steel with the remainder fermented in oak from the Troncais forest. Aged on fine lees for seven months, this classy wine is losing some of it's up front,classic Sauvignon fruit and showing it's complex, woody notes with quince and pear fruit and an underlying flintiness.
£32.99Out of Stock
2017 Riesling Spatlese Oppenheim Herrenberg, Louis Guntrum
Louis Guntrum's Riesling Spatlese Oppenheim Herrenberg has an expressive nose of exotic fruits with an underlying hint of development. The palate is elegant and finely poised with intense pineapple and mango fruit, wonderful balanced sweetness and acidity and a touch of distinctive oilyness. The finish is balanced, elegant and long.
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2017/20 Points Cardineaux Metis, Bott Geyl
The Points Cardineaux Metis from Bott Geyl has typical Alsatian aromatics, a lushly textured palate and wonderful purity of fruit which is underpinned by fine minerality.
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2018 Beyra Reserva Quartz, Rui Madeira, Beira Interior
The Beyra Reserva Quartz has intense citrus aromas, notes of dried fruits alongside lemongrass and lime scents and an intense minerality. It presents smoky notes, citric acidity, and a very structured body.
£16.95Out of Stock
2018 Condrieu M De Martial, Domaine Richard
The vineyards for this small family owned estate are all on very steep slopes which prohibit the use of machinery with all work being carried out meticulously by hand.
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2018 Cremant de Bourgogne Brut, Domaine Fournillon
Fournillon have 23 hectares of vines in Chablis in the cool, north of burgundy and are predominantly producers of classic, steely Chablis (see our fantastic value 'house' Chablis), but they also produce some red and this delicious cremant from 100% Pinot Noir. All fruit is hand-harvested and vinified carefully to produce an easy drinking, fruit-forward fizz that is well balanced and nicely rounded with a fine mousse. Excellent as an apertif.
£19.95Out of Stock
2018 Lapis Harslevelu, Breitenbach, Tokaji
This Harslevelu (pronounced 'harsh-level-oo) comes from 45 year old vines from the Lapis vineyard. Breitenbach has produced a wine with very pretty aromatics, finely balanced, almost exotic fruits and lovely fresh acidity on the finish.
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2018 Lirac Blanc, Domaine La Loyanne, AC Lirac
Domaine La Loyane only dates from 2001 but the family have been vignerons in the Rhône for four generations and have some lovely old vineyards and vines at their disposal. In conversion to organic status, the wines from Loyane posess great depth and concentration without being over the top.
£18.95Out of Stock
2018 Pernand-Vergelesses ‘Les Combottes’, Louis Jadot
The Les Combottes vineyard sits high on the Pernand-Vergelesses hill and is perfectly sited to produce wines with freshness and balance. This perfectly mature white burgundy is complex with citrus and stone fruit aromas on the nose which follows through to the soft, rounded palate that is underpinned by elegant, mineral-tinged acidity. Although not cheap, this is an excellent value, mature burgundy from vineyards which neighbour Corton.
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2018 Pinot Gris, Domaine Mader, Hunawihr
Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio
Mader is a tiny, high quality wine producer based in Alsace, in the village of Hunawihr. All the vineyards are grown organically without the use of any chemical treatments and has been certified by Ecocert since 2007.
£18.95Out of Stock
2018 Pinot Gris, Moorooduc Estate, Mornington Peninsula
Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio
The Pinot Gris from Moorooduc Estate is pale gold with aromas of fresh pear, quince and lemongrass. The mid palate is dry and satisfying with a lovely balance of weight and texture leading to a long citrus and green pear fruit tinged finish.
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2018 The Saboteur White Blend, Luddite, Bot River
The Saboteur White Blend by Luddite Wines is a pale straw colour with a hint of lime on the nose, along with spicy pear, peaches and citrus peel. Pears and citrus bon-bons on entry open up to a textured mid-pallet with a medley of ripe plums, peaches and pears, finishing with a long balanced citrussy finish.
£21.95Out of Stock
2018 Vire Clesse ‘Symphonie’, Domaine Gondard Perrin
The Vire Clesse 'Symphonie' from Domaine Gondard Perrin is a wine that is concentrated and rich, yet has a fine floral edge to it with naturally balanced acidity.
£17.95Out of Stock
2018/21 Chardonnay, Moorooduc, Mornington Peninsula
The Moorooduc Chardonnay is both delicate and complex, balancing light floral, lemon rind and white nectarine aromas with a weighty, creamy texture and a slight saline savouriness. A real treat.
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2019 Block Series Semillon, Bouchon
Bouchon are 4th generation viticultutralists situated in the Maule Valley. Current incumbent Julio Bouchon and his children carry on the family tradition of creating distinctive, terroir-driven wines. The Block Series wines are a relatively new release and are made with dry farmed old vines planted on ancient Granite Soils.
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2019 Bordeaux Blanc Sec, Chateau Saransot-Dupre
Chateau Saransot-Dupre is a favourably sited 17 hectares property that lies between Fourcas Dupré and Fourcas Hosten in Listrac. Due to Listrac’s cooler temperatures, Merlot and Cabernet Franc are favoured over Cabernet Sauvignon to form the majority of the blend, helping them achieve optimum ripeness. Much like Chateau Fourcas Hosten, the wines have improved year on year since 2010 and the property were put on the radar thanks to a certain Robert Parker hailing the 2010 vintage as 'classed growth quality'. High praise indeed!
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2019 Felino Chardonnay, Vina Cobos, Mendoza
The Felino Chardonnay from Vina Cobos shows a youthful pale yellow colour with green tones. The nose has complex notes of white peach, green apple, white flowers and honeysuckle, leading to a palate that shows great freshness, balance and a clean, persistent finish.
£15.95Out of Stock
2019 Granito Semillon, Julio Bouchon, Maule Valley
The Granito Semillon is a micro-terroir wine from specific blocks of ancient granite soils which are more than 120 million years old. Made with old vines who's roots dig deep for nutrients, the result is an intriguing, complex white with ageing potential that could well stake a claim to Chile's finest white wine.
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