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We are delighted to introduce the rule-breaking Tabula Rasa #V18R. Each year, the slate is wiped clean and, with no preconceptions, every vintage is original. Drawing on fruit from historic vineyards across South Australia, this delicious wine captures the very essence of one season in a playful format that just demands to be drunk.
This beautiful natural wine has a complex spicy nose with notes of liquorice, chocolate and black currants. The aromas spill over into the fresh and persistent palate. All hand-picked grapes using the best fruit in the vineyards, and less sulphur in the winemaking.
Intense red with aromas of plums, wild strawberries and black pepper. The palate is full-bodied, with hints of liquorice and nutmeg, well-balanced tannins and a long and persistent finish. Perfect with chicken dishes, grilled vegetables, lamb and soups with vegetables and meat.
Aromas of peach, lemon peel, mango and dry herbs. On the palate the saline minerality comes through and blends with a complex and pleasantly fresh acidity. Perfect as an aperitif on its own or excellent to accompany pasta dishes with shellfish or grilled white meats.
A refreshing, crisp white wine with sweet ripe fruit of peach and mango with warm spices and minerals. On the palate it has a rounded flavour, a creamy texture with peaches and an intense, clean finish. It is a great partner to grilled fish, fresh cheeses and white meats.
Le Balbuzard is made by the superb Sancerre producer, Emile Balland. Fresh, tropical fruit with the classic Loire Valley minerality. Named after a fish-eating bird found along the Loire, this is quite probably the best sauvignon you can buy for the price.
The farmhouse of Calappiano is located in the wine producing area of Montalbano. Here, the Sensi family cultivate grapes according to the principle of organic and sustainable farming. Their 200 acre farm is a natural habitat for local wildlife, and their wines are infinitely drinkable too!
Nero Di Troia is making a comeback and this is a great example! Not nearly as well known as Primitivo and Negroamaro, it is often found in blends. Aromas of fresh dark plum, cinnamon, exotic spices and tobacco. Firm yet gentle tannins add complexity and length.
Aroa is a winery, in D.O. Navarra, where wine and Organic methods of cultivating go hand in hand. Carefully selected vineyards, located in the highest and coolest area of the region, hand-picked grapes. A fresh, easy drinking red that is packed full of fruit.
The winery, Quinta Do Ermizo in Northern Portugal are working alongside the owners of magazine and top London restaurant, Noble Rot to produce this delicious, zesty white. Local artist Jose Miguel Mendez has provided the eye catching label. Chin chin!
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Carte Blanche has teamed up with local Languedoc producer Christophe Muret of Domaine de Castelnau to bring you their very own labeled Midi Rose. Christophe makes wines with purity and great character and this one has lots of summer vibes! Ripe fruit with beautiful acidity, made for light dishes and BBQ’s!
The nose is complex with powerful aromas of blackberry and blueberry with, rose, rosemary, violets and floral notes as well as a hint of spice. The palate is nicely concentrated and with fine tannis. The flavours of blueberry, plum and blackberry are big, with hints of bittersweet cocoa and a subtle stimulating flavour of mint and violet, dark cherry, blackberry, red plum, earth, espresso, tobacco, dark chocolate, black pepper, black tea, violet. Very complex.
Owner Pablo Calatayud is committed to nurturing and championing the indigenous varieties of the region, most notably the Mando and Verdil grapes, both of which have been on the edge of extinction. A rich and fruity style of wine with big red berry flavours, subtle spice, mouth watering acidity, smooth tannins and a long lasting finish. There are lots of dragonflies around the vineyard, hence the label!
Arneis, whose origin is lost in the mists of time, is cultivated since ancient times in the hilly and sandy soils of Roero. Here the Tenuta Fratelli Povero owns the organic vineyards, from which Roero Arneis is made. Arneis ranks now among the greatest white wines of Italy. The floral and fruity aromas are intense and fresh. Medium-bodied, the palate is dry and delicate, with a persistent finish with an almond hint.
Located in Restigné, in the heart of the Bourgueil appellation, Domaine des Mailloches is an old vineyard dating back over 100 years. Black fruit dominate this wine’s nose. Harmonious flavours of red fruit and liquorice develop on the palate, supported by well-structured tannins. Pairs well with grilled or red meats. Ageing potential of 10 – 15 years
The winery sits 1100 metres above sea level, inland of Valencia. Organic methods are used to manage the vines and the grapes are vinified as naturally as possible with native yeasts and little other intervention. This Bobal shows distinctive power, vibrant fruit, freshness with soft and ripe tannin. It is spicy and juicy with a well rounded palate with a fascinating crunchy-fruit freshness. The Altolandon vineyards are farmed organically, sustainably and biodynamically.
‘No es Pituko’ is Chilean slang for ‘it ain’t fancy’ reflecting the fact that this wine was vinified naturally, without any additions at any stage. Vibrant aromas of peach and tropical fruits are layered with buttery notes and balanced by a refreshing natural acidity.
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 Beaux Jours blanc is produced from vineyards on the slopes of the Loire river at Bonny and Beaulieu and is a complex wine with leesy character and great finesse but at an everyday price.