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10 year old verdeldo reserva velha, barbeito, madeira
The 10 Year Old Verdeldo Reserva Velha is a delicious example of it's type, the wine is an enticing, clear bright, light gold colour. The nose offers citrus notes mixed with floral and honey notes which leads to a palate that is soft, well-balanced and persistent. One to savour!
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1985 warre’s vintage port
Founded in 1670, Warre’s is the oldest British Port House and has remained a family-owned company throughout its long history.
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1997 moulin touchais, coteaux du layon
History documents that the first sweet wines were produced along the banks of the Layon in 1579, with Dutch merchants encouraging their production, since they appeared to have the stamina to survive the journey by boat back to the Low Countries. Whilst the family Touchais cannot claim to have pioneered the production of moelleux, their ancestors were certainly making wine as far back as 1787. That’s eight generations so far, and counting… The first six were situated not within the town, but in Tigné, the location of the original Moulin and it was from here that the original vineyard holding was built up, mostly to support the requirements for Cuisse de Bergère, a hugely successful inexpensive branded rosé that was developed by Joseph Touchais in the late 1940s and around the same period the business was transferred to the cellars in Doué-La-Fontaine. One of the best vintages of the decade there are some wonderfully tropical elements as well as plenty of Botrytis evident. Pairs perfectly with Crème Brulee, Pate or strong cheeses.
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1998 chateau musar, bekaa valley
This elegant, fragrant, cinsault- dominated vinatge arose from a cool year. Cold, rainy weather lasted until June (resulting in late flowering), where as summer was sunny but there was no rain.
£36.95Out of Stock
1999 serciall, d’oliveiras, madeira
The aged Madeiras from this fine property are an utter delight and always offer a degree of complexity and elegance that puts them firmly in fine wine territory. Bottled after 19 years in cask, this is complex and nutty with a fresh, zingy vein of acidity running through it, sharpening the richness of the fruit on the amazingly long finish.
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2000 malvasia d’oliveiras, madeira
2000 Malvasia D'Oliveiras has an intensely rich nose and a full rich mouthful of raisins and caramel, a powerful long finish and finely balanced acidity belying its relative youth.
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2008 colheita tawny, niepoort, douro valley
A brick-red appearance with some light orange tinges leads into a fine slightly smokey aroma with hints of dried fruits. The palate is refreshing, with wonderful acidity and hints of dried apricots and crystallised fruit, leading to a lengthy mellow spirit driven finish.
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2008 naude white blend, coastal region
The 2008 Naude White Blend shows peach, pineapple and lime fruit on the nose which carries through to the full bodied palate with ripe fruit that is beautifully integrated with the oak. The fruit components like peach (Chenin Blanc) and pineapple (Semillon) provide the building blocks of the wine which ends in a refreshing lime/citrus (Sauvignon Blanc) finish.
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2010 chateau kirwan, 3ieme cru classe margaux
For over a decade Chateau Kirwan has undergone a massive overhaul both in the cellar and vineyard and has also had a change of winemaker. Meticulous care and attention is paid to every part of the viticultural and vinification process and as a result the wines are truly delicious. The grapes used for Chateau Kirwan are hand picked from the very best plots from the predominantly gravel (with some clay) soils, and then go through two sorting processes, by hand, before being vinified in seperate batches according to the vineyard plot they came from. The wine spends 18 months in oak prior to bottling and half the barrels are brand new each year.
£95.00Out of Stock
2010 rioja gran reserva 125 anniversario
Bodegas Martinez Lacuesta are one of the oldest names in Rioja, pre-dating the creation of Rioja as a designation itself. This Gran Reserva is a special release to mark the 125th Anniversary of the company.
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2010 sauternes, chateau lamourette
Lamourette is a tiny domaine which lies within a kilometre of the mighty Ch d'Yquem, and covers a mere 10 ha, making it a truly artisan estate. The soil, which is largely sandy/clay with a sub-soil of limestone, gives the Semillon a freshness and a fruitiness. Hand-harvested over 2-4 ‘tries’ (passages through the vineyard), to ensure the ripest berries are selected. Fermentation takes place in small stainless steel vats, and partially in oak, depending on the age of the vines, terroir and ripeness of the grapes. This is a beautifully balanced Sauternes with dried fruits, honeycomb and quince with perfectly poised acidity which freshens the wine. Already showing nicely with a bit of time in bottle, this will continue to evolve for years to come.
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2011 chateau bellegrave, ac pomerol
The 2011 vintage had a hard act to follow coming after two exceptional years in Bordeaux and whilst the wines aren't as showy as the '09's and '10's they are charming and drinking beautifully with a decade in bottle.
£55.00Out of Stock
2011 chateau grandis, cru bourgeois medoc
Grandis has been a Cru Bourgeois property since the 1930's and has maintained it's status ever since by producing fabulous quality, classic wines. Beautifully balanced cigar box and spice alongside dark fruits and finely balanced tannins.
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2011 comtes de champagne, grand cru blanc de blancs, taittinger
Taittinger's Comtes de Champagne is a rare treat and only made in the finest vintages from 100% Chardonnay from 5 of the greatest Grand Cru vineyards in Champagne. 2011 was a particularly good vintage for Chardonnay, marked by its early ripening and drought conditions which forced the vines to delve deep in search of water for growth.
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2012 chateau fourcas hosten, listrac medoc
Quite possibly the finest property in Listrac, Fourcas Hosten can date it's history back to the 18th Century and has 47 hectares of vines. The Merlot is mostly planted on the clay soils, whereas the gravel is favoured by the two Cabernets, Sauvignon and Franc. Up until 2010 the property used to produce very traditional, muscular styles of claret but has since been undergoing conversion to organic farming methods, eschewing the use of pesticides and carrying out as much of the work by hand as possible. The results are a softer, more fruit led and approachable style that offers superb value for money. There has also been much investment in the winery too which has led to the wines getting better and better.
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2012 grand millesime brut, champagne gosset, ay
Gosset is the oldest wine house in Champagne. It was founded in Aÿ in 1584 by Pierre Gosset an alderman and wine-grower who made mostly red wines. At that time the region’s still wines competed for pride of place on the best tables of France with the wines of Beaune which were made from the same grape varieties as they are today.
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2013 liaison riesling, mountford estate, north canterbury
The 2013 Liaison Riesling, Mountford Estate, North Canterbury is a fabulous Riesling is mature and has filled out wonderfully. Notes of quince, lemon, lime and grapefruit underpin some oily richness. The acidity is still fresh though and the wine shows great length on the bright floral finish.
£18.95Out of Stock
2013 mouchao tinto alentejo 75cl
In a country steeped in winemaking history, the name Mouchão is synonymous with wines of distinction. The family owned estate has been producing wine for over a hundred years and maintains the traditions established in 1901 when the winery was built.
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2013 noir de terroir extra brut, champagne levasseur
The Levasseur vineyards are organically farmed and certified for their high environmental value, and produce a mere 30,000 bottles per year. The Noir de Terroir is made with 100% Pinot Noir and shows distinctive Strawberry, redcurrant and Nectarine fruit on the nose. The complex palate is well-structured with a fine mousse and long finish. This is outstanding grower champagne and highlights what fantastic value you ccan get when you stray from the well-trodden path of the bigger houses.
£65.00Out of Stock
2013 sobremesa tonel, mouchao licoroso, alentejo
The Sobremesa Tonel, Mouchao Licoroso has aromas of deep black fruits, dark sweetness, dry fruits, combined with the freshness of mint and eucalyptus. On the palate it is complex, being full and rich with intense, spicy notes to the warm cocoa, tobacco and black fruits. Decadent, different and one to enjoy post dinner in good company.
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2014 blanc de blancs extra brut, champagne germar breton
Germar Breton are a relatively young Champagne House that started in 2005. Based in the southerly Aube region, they make approachable, terrific value wines solely from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, eschewing the use of Pinot Meunier as they believe that it brings a harshness ot the final wine.
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2014 brunello di montalcino pieve restituta, gaja
The property's entire 40 acres have been dedicated to Sangiovese, the most well-known of the indigenous Italian grape varieties. The grapes from the different vineyards are fermented and macerated separately for three weeks. They are then aged in oak for 24 months before being blended and then aged for another six months in concrete vats.
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2014 chateau cantemerle, haut medoc grand cru classe
The 2014 is just starting to show really nicely yet has plenty of life ahead of it. This is by no means a blockbuster, being mid weight with classic Haut Medoc characters of dark fruits, pencil lead and touches of cedar perfectly balanced by well integrated tannins and decent acidity on the finsh.
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2014 chateau saint-pierre, 4ieme cru classe st.julien
The 2014 vintage of this 'under the radar' Chateau is a blend of 78% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Merlot and 6% Cabernet Franc. Chateau Saint-Pierre is the smallest classed growth in Saint Julien but has a growing reputation for producing excellent, deeply coloured reds. It is part of the Chateau Gloria stable and often eclipses it's more illustrious stablemate in blind tastings. Prices are creeping up as their reputation grows but these beautifully made wines still represent good value.
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