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Gran Cerdo Tempranillo

£12.95
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This wine has real character – all the juicy elements of Tempranillo. Cherry-red, purplish, brilliant colour with notes of fresh fruit, strawberries, raspberries, cherries and violets with clean mineral tones from the granite, this little natural wine is phenomenal value.

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Chateau La Bienveillance Bordeaux Rouge

£14.50
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An organic and biodyanmic Bourdeaux blend of Merlot and Cabernet Franc, producing rich red fruit aromas and blackcurrant and dark cherry on the palate. 

 

Smooth and well balanced, pairs well with red meat in sauce dishes, poultry, game and hard cheeses.

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Vina Ilusion Rioja

£14.95
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A delicious, gulp-able expression of Rioja: unoaked, it’s full of mixed berries and red fruits it’s juicy and delightful to drink.

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Celler del Roure Vermell

£16.95
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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!

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Weingut Judith Beck Ink

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Beck Ink, a blend of Zweigelt and St Laurent, is a super introduction to the red wines of Burgenland. It is all about the fruit, dark inky red in colour, with juicy berry fruit, herbs, a little spice and some refreshing acidity.

The vines are farmed biodynamically, the aim is to produce authentic wines with an individual aroma profile while at the same time maintaining healthy soil and vines.

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Testalonga Baby Bandito Follow Your Dreams

£19.95
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“Follow your Dreams” is a quote made famous by the street artist, Banksy, who says “All art is stolen” so they stole his quote.  A fresh palate with cherry and raspberry flavours. Balanced yet grippy.

Craig Hawkins is a young winemaker based in the Swartland, South Africa, where he rents about 11ha of vineyard, farmed organically and biodynamically. Having travelled extensively throughout Europe, and then worked as wine maker for Lammershoek, he now makes makes a huge variety of different wines under his own Testalonga label.

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Domaine Capmartin Pimpant

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This cuvée is light and fresh with mouthwatering juicy red fruits. Pairs perfectally with roasted, grilled or smoked meat dishes like; duck, beef, veal, sausage, and chicken dishes.

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Banjo Vino Robot Braucol

£20.00
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Authentically different natural wines from Banjo Vino!  These are new to us and we are already huge fans. Banjo Vino are passionate about sustainable and responsible viticulture. They love organic and natural wines, wines that keep their soul! And how tasty and vibrant they are! Make way for finesse intertwined with freshness and fruitiness.

This Braucol is a superb example of what they do best.  Fresh, ripe black fruits all perfectly balanced and packed full of character.  Organic and Biodynamic.

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Banjo Vino Gisele

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A blend of Mourvedre and Cinsault, this light red wine displays aromas of fresh red fruits, accompanied by light tannins which make it crunchy and delicious.

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Casa Belfi Vino Rosso Biologico Frizzante

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A  modern interpretation of the traditional Raboso variety, made using the traditional col fondo method whereby the wine is refermented in bottle without disgorgement. Super light and refreshing and packed full of juicy plum, cherry, raspberry and liquorice flavours.

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Daniel Ramos Vina Padre

£21.00
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A blend of grapes, mainly based on Rufete from Salamanca and Garnacha from Gredos, all small, high altitude, mountainous vineyards (up to 1000m!). Even including some white. As always with Daniel, this is a ‘hand-made’ wine, with no fining or filtration. Simply made in concrete vats and a portion in seasoned, oak.

The resultant wine is fleshy and juicy, with good tannic grip and texture. The flavours are pure and honest, with a real sense of wild, mountainous viticulture. Great freshness through a long finish.

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Domaine Lapierre Raisins Gaulois

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A fun and fruity 100% Gamay from a 9 hectare plot of 60 year old vines, no added sulphur, and left to rest for two months in bottle prior to release. A bright crimson and purple colour. Packed full of cherry, cassis and raspberry fruit, with a delicate earthy touch to finish. Juicy and light as a feather on the palate, this is a beautiful wine that could also be served chilled on a sunny day.

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Impeceval

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A wonderful, fresh, fruit-focussed expression of Touriga Nacional from the highlands of the Dao. Made without oak influence to maintain purity, it’s juicy and fruity, with lovely, soft tannin to add a little grip and interest.

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Les Chemins de L’Arkose, Le Clos Parcellaire Gamay

£22.00
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Le Clos Rouge Cuvée Parcellaire hails from a plot of old Gamay with some Pinot Noir planted on calcareous soil with basaltic debris. This red has a touch more body than their other wines, but is still marked by mountain freshness, and its purity is down to excellent work in the vines and sympathetic low-intervention winemaking.  A delightful natural wine, aged in amphora. Flavours of juicy red berries and pepper.

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Combel La Serre Le Pur Fruit du Causse

£22.00
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A blend of estate and négociant fruit aged in concrete tanks, ‘Le Pur Fruit du Causse’ is Julien’s joyful vin de soif, gorgeously scented with notes of plum, violets, and herbs, a lighter more delicate style of Malbec from its original home.

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Monte Bernardi Fiasco 1L

£22.50
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The Monte Bernardi Fiasco! Vino Rosso is a great-value, soft, and highly drinkable red wine that comes in one-liter bottles. This non-vintage wine is a blend of organic red grapes sourced from several regions across Italy, including Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Malvasia Nera, and Colorino from Tuscany, Montepulciano from Le Marche, and Frappato, Nerello Mascalese, and Nero d’Avola from Sicily.

With its versatile character, this wine is perfect for impromptu gatherings, a mid-week tipple, or pairing with BBQs. It offers an affectionate and amusing nod to the straw-covered flasks that became popular table lamps.

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Altolandon Tinto 2012

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The unusual blend produces cherries in liqueur aromas typical from the Garnacha and herbal and meaty notes from the French varieties.  It needs powerful food, but it’s also ready now.

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Chateau Fleur de Lisse Saint Emilion Grand Cru

£32.95
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Château de Lisse was one of the largest vineyards in Saint Étienne de Lisse in the early twentieth century. It is one of the oldest vineyards in Saint Émilion, which explains why the average age of the vines is 45 years. From 1940 to 2015 it belonged to the Minvielle family, who over the years made it prosper and modernised the winemaking business by building a vatting cellar. In 2015, the château was acquired by the Teycheney family, who already owned Château La Loubière and, being passionately interested in farming and wine, decided to farm using biodynamic methods.

Its bouquet is perfectly pure and expressive, displaying notes of red berries, cassis and blackberry, and is followed by an ample, smooth and remarkably balanced palate.  The finish is refined, the back-of palate discretely toasty and smoky.  It is the ideal accompaniment for grilled meat, lamb chops or blue cheese over an informal meal.

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Chianti Classico, Cigliano di Sopra

£40.00
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Located in the highest part of the Cigliano area, Cigliano di Sopra is a historic estate dating back to 1300. The estate is family-run with the utmost respect for nature and for their historic buildings. All the wines are produced with grapes from their own vineyards and are hand-harvested.

Violets, lavender and fresh red fruit. Wonderfully crunchy and pure, but by no means simple. You can really feel the ageing potential thanks to this depth flavour of sour cherry. The tannins and acidity are firm, and  It respects the idea of Chianti Classico, but really, we’re almost in Riserva territory here given the attention to detail here, but they only produce one label. As winemaker Matteo shared “the idea we had when we started making Chianti Classico is simple. We want a wine that’s ready to drink. It should be on the table after a year and a half, but at the same time, this 2021 will definitely show its best in 5 or 6 years.”

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