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2012 Quarts De Chaume, Baumard, Half Bottle
We have a soft spot for the incredible Chenin Blancs from Baumard and gems such as this truly spectacular wine highlight the quality of winemaking at this Domaine. Baumard eschew traditional trellising methods for this part of the Loire and have also flown in the face of tradition by switching excluisively to screwcaps for their range. The Quarts de Chaume vineyard enjoys a superb terroir and a unique situation producing wines of rare elegance. This remarkable wine is wonderfuly textured and manages to comine power and clarity alongside richness and precision. Complex with floral bouquets and notes of citrus and orchard fruit with impeccable acidity, this is a wine to savour.
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2013 Pinot Gris, Moorooduc Estate, Mornington Peninsula
Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio
We were delighted to be offered a little library stock of older Pinot Gris from Moorooduc Estate. This is such a wonderful wine, showing great development and compexity. The exotic nose leads to a rich yet balanced palate that is dry and satisfying with a lovely balance of weight and texture. The balanced finish is long and tinged with citrus and green pear fruit.
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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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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 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 Rioja Reserva, Palacio Del Camino Real, DOCa Rioja
The Palacio Camino Real Rioja's provide superb value drinking. The colour is a medium-deep garnet hinting at its age and follows on to the mature, complex nose. Aromas of dark fruits, spices, truffles, dark chocolate and fine oak are all present. On the palate this is a complex wine, with perfectly poised acidity, soft tannins and fruit character in perfect harmony.
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2017 Syrah, Warramate,Yarra Valley
The Warramate Syrah shows perfumed ripe plum notes entwined with licorice spice elements on the nose. A medium-bodied style reflecting its’ cool-climate origins. Whole bunch fermentation gives the wine a juicy fruit core and a lightness on the palate, with gentle tannins supporting the fruit.
£25.95Out of Stock
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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2017/22 The Conductor Merlot, Philip Shaw, Orange, NSW
Philip Shaw has been making wine for 56 years and has twice been named International Winemaker of the Year and Australian Winemaker of the Year. The wines are estate grown and made at Koomooloo Vineyard. Sitting in one of the coolest and highest growing regions in Australia, Orange. The vineyard is unique for Australia with over 10 passes by hand, with all the grapes being hand sorted in the winery.
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2018 Cabernet Sauvignon, Lanzerac, Stellenbosch
The Cabernet Sauvignon from Lanzerac reveals masses of dark berry fruit on the nose, especially blackberries with hints of cocoa and cedar. This full-bodied Cabernet has excellent structure on the palate with more dark fruits coming through with more cedar on the long balanced finish.
£14.95Out of Stock
2018 Cabernet/Shiraz, Jeanneret, Clare Valley
The Jeanneret Cabernet/Shiraz from the Clare Valley is a beautifully knit blend from two vineyards in the northern Clare Valley, Armagh and Auburn. Richly textured and well-structured courtesy of the Cabernet Sauvignon, with a core of sweet red furits and hints of spice being provided by the Shiraz element.
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2018 Corryton Burge Shiraz, South Australia
The Corryton Burge Shiraz is a rich, soft and subtle Australian Shiraz showing deep ruby red with purple hues. The nose has plenty of strawberry, raspberry and vanilla aromas. Richly fruited on the palate with forward characters of raspberry and plum alongside a soft toasty oak influence that enhances the vanilla and spice. Subtle tannins leave the palate quite moreish and a delight to keep coming back to.
£12.95Out of Stock
2018 Dolomite Cabernet Franc, Raats, Stellenbosch
The Dolomite Cabernet Franc from Raats shows dark and red cherry on the nose. Dark berries, spiciness and herbs linger on the palate. The wine has great purity of fruit with a hint of wet-stone minerality and a velvet soft finish.
£12.99Out of Stock
2018 G18 Grenache, Robert Oatley, McLaren Vale
The 2018 G18 Grenache, Robert Oatley is vibrant and perfumed with classic raspberry, musk and earthy notes. This is a real delight to drink with a variety of dishes and even works well when served lightly chilled.
£14.99Out of Stock
2018 Mcintyre Pinot Noir, Moorooduc, Mornington peninsula
Moorooduc was established in 1982 by Richard and Jill McIntyre. Moorooduc is a small, family run wine business that has built an enviable reputation for complex and food friendly wines.
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2018 North Canterbury Pinot Noir, Pyramid Valley
Back in 2017, Steve Smith and Brian Sheth were honoured to take on the legacy of Pyramid Valley and craft their own family of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines. This Pinot Noir was born in the dramatic soils and slopes of the Waikari Estate in North Canterbury and was made following biodynamic principles to allow vineyards to express themselves.
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2018 Notos Nebbiolo/Tannat, Vinedos de los Vientos
The property has been in the Fallabrino family since 1947, with winemaker Pablo Fallabrino producing quality driven wines in small quantities utilising a modern winery but at the same time continues to explore forgotten, old or less-known winemaking techniques.
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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 Stand & Deliver Shiraz, Jeanneret, Clare Valley
The Stand & Deliver Shiraz is a BIG wine, packing in tons of dark berry fruit and spice as one would expect from an Aussie Shiraz, yet coming from one of the highest vineyards (510m) in the Clare Valley there is also some decent acidity and freshness. If you like big, bold and rich wines then this is definitely for you! 100% Shiraz fermented with wild yeasts in open top fermenters, with 21 months in oak has produced a blockbuster wine which has great ageing potential.
£32.95Out of Stock
2018 Tahbilk Shiraz, Ngambie Lakes, Magnum
The Tahbilk Shiraz has plenty of varietal character with ample plum and blackberry fruits along with a warm earth and spicy savouriness that immediately appeals. The medium bodied structure has a backbone of fine, opulent tannins and a rich, persistent finish.
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2018 Vom Kalk, Weingut Weninger, Weinland
The Vom Kalk from Weingut Weninger is a fabulous natural red wine made with a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Sankt Laurent. After a manual harvest the grapes are destemmed and fermented with ambient yeasts in cement tanks. The wine is then aged in a mixture of cement tanks and 500 litre wooden barrels and bottled without filtration or fining with just a minimum of sulphur.
£14.95Out 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.
£26.95Add to basket
2019 Coal Pit Pinot Noir, Central Otago
The Coal Pit Pinot Noir has dark cherry aromatics with savoury cocoa undertones, underpinned with delicate notes of dried herbs. Structured tannins extend the length of the palate, and point towards the ability to age for this wine. An elegant yet powerful Pinot Noir, where depth of sweet cherry fruit and tannin abound, balanced with the delightful acidity that the Coal Pit site is known for.
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