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Caldora Ortonese

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Born from the co-op, Cantina Sociale di Ortona, Caldora is based in the province of Chieti in Italy’s Abruzzo region. This is a historic cooperative with over 1500 hectares of cultivated land and around 700 farmers. Striving to reduce their yield per hectare, Caldora was created as the cooperative’s ‘Progetto Qualità’ (Quality Project). 

This is a fruity red with cherries, prunes and vanilla on the nose. Medium-bodied, very well balanced and soft, ready to drink.

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Gaia de Chateau Puybarbe

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Château Puybarbe is situated at the highest elevation of the Côtes de Bourg appellation, looking over the Gironde estuary on the right bank of Bordeaux.  The 36-hectare vineyard comprises predominantly Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon and is cultivated according to sustainable philosophies.  Château Puybarbe uses no herbicides or chemical fertilizers.

This wine is a delight with various including rich salads, various vegetarian meals as well as moderate red-meat dishes. Roasted chicken, fried veal escalope & duck confit.

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Metic Merlot

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Great, Natural red from Chile.  Blueberry, fresh cherries and blackcurrant with smoke on the nose.  A soft, rounded palate with red and black fruit flavours, cinammon spice and a dash of pepper.

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Caparzo Sangiovese Di Toscana

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Intense, fruity, bouquet, with ripe blackberries, wild strawberries and spice. The palate has a warm brambly feel, full of soft ripe fruit and a peristant spice to the finish. Easy drinking and perfect with sausages with white beans, spaghetti with tomatoes and basil.

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Egri Korona Harmonia

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The Egri Korona Borház (Crown Wine House of Eger) is a family winery which can be found in the middle of the Eger wine region, right next to the thermal hot spring of Egerszalók and it’s unbelievable white cliffs.  This area is renowned for its thermal baths and its resulting soil rich in minerals of volcanic origin.

Harmonia is a blend of the dominant blue grapes of the area, true to the tradition of the region making wines with many varietals.  This wine is JUICY with good body.  Fruit and sour-cherry aroma of Menoire & Blauburger perfectly entwined with the spiciness of Kekfrankos and fiery character of Cabernet Sauvignon.

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Chateau La Bienveillance Bordeaux Rouge

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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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Bastide Merlot

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The Château, which has been there since 1770, and vineyards are situated at the very northern tip of the Corbières just to the south of the Minervois.With a colour of deep ruby red and violet hues.

The nose offers a medley of red fruits, which continue onto the soft palate with the addition of earthy truffle and black olive notes towards the finish. Pairs particularly well with game dishes and mushroom based dishes.

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Chateau Les Tourelles Du Barrail, Médoc, Bordeaux

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Full of plum and cherry fruits with hints of the minerality Medoc is known for. The higher percentage of Merlot makes it rounder and easy to drink whilst young.

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Gran Passione Rosso

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Vibrant purple colour, rich luscious nose full of sweet ripe dark cherry, plum, vanilla and spice. Rich and velvety, with lots of juicy fruit. Very easy drinking. 

A great wine for roasted and grilled meats. Ideal with game dishes. Excellent with mature hard cheeses.

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Chateau Argadens

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A complex and expressive Bordeaux made following sustainable viticultural methods in Entre-deux-Mers.  Dark red fruit aromas and elegant oaky notes.  You get sweetness and richness on the palate with fresh Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc working in perfect harmony.  Great balance, ready to drink now but will age for many more years.

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Holden Manz Vernissage

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Holden Manz Wine Estate, known as Franschhoek’s hidden gem, is located in the southernmost corner of the stunningly beautiful Franschhoek Valley. 

75kW of solar panels provide electricity and a 40,000 litre roof water collection system supplements the underground water supply.

Raspberries, cherries, mulberry flavours, with soft and silky tannins and a lingering finish.  Pair with slow cooked lamb stew or your favourite pizza/pasta dish.

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Tuske Siller

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Light, red-fruited and somehwhat savoury, sitting somewhere between a light red and rose. Chill well and pair with lighter meats and vegetables. Despite its colour, this Siller is dry!

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The Hatchling Red Blend

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Who’s to say how many different grapes can go into a wine? Leftfield hatched an idea to make the most delicious red wine they could, and this is where they landed, smack bang in the middle of Leftfield with a velvety smooth creation called The Hatchling.

A wine jam-packed full of flavour. Aromas of dark sweet berries, vanilla and spice are matched by a rich and silky-smooth mouthfeel.

Perfect paired with roast lamb, pizza or pasta, and mature strong cheese.

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Chateau Grandis Haut Medoc, Bordeaux

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Château Grandis became a family run estate in 1857 and was later modernised in 1985.  The vineyards are made up of a modest 10 hectares which enables the family to maintain the strictest high standards both in the vineyard and the cellar.

A wine for enthusiasts of classic Haut-Medoc.  Charming, well-balanced and elegant with red fruits and a long silky finish.

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Chateau Puybarbe Cotes de Bourg

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Cotes de Bourg is one of the oldest Bordeaux AOCs. It is situated 35 km north-west of Bordeaux on the Right Bank of Garonne and Dordogne rivers around the town Bourg-sur-Gironde. The area mainly consists of family farms with less than 10 hectares of vines.

A full-bodied wine with flavours of blackberries, spice and oak.  Aaged 16 to 20 months in French oak barrels. Merlot 80% – Cabernet Sauvignon 15%, with small percentages of Malbec and Cabernet Franc.

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Chateau Oumsiyat Grande Reserve

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Grown in vineyards  1200 metres above sea level, whichentails a big difference between day and night temperatures helping to produce grapes with great aromatic intensity and wonderful balance. The resulting wine is rich and robust, with ripe red fruits enveloped in spicy aromas, with a savoury and earthy palate leading to a long, satisfying finish.

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Etyeki Kuria Red

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From the Sopron wine region.  Harvested by hand and carefully destemmed.  Fermented for 14 days on the skin.  Aged in Hungarian oak barrels for 8 months.

Ripe fruits on the nose and palate.  Blackberry, cherry and cooked red plums.   Subtle smokey character with a hint of cloves.  Soft, delicious, lively acidity

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Esk Valley The River Gravels

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This wine is a blend of grapes grown on the stony soils of the Gimblett Gravels. The vines in the Ngakirikiri, Twyford and Omahu Gravels vineyards are now approaching 20 years of age and are cropped at low levels to produce grapes of the highest possible quality. All this combines to produce a wine with rich aromas of black fruit and fragrant spicy oak in this sumptuous red wine. The palate is full-bodied with incredible concentration of supple, rich ripe fruit, smooth supple tannins, beautifully integrated oak and great complexity.

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Chateau Perron Lalande de Pomerol

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Having been in the Massonie family for three generations, Perron is now the responsibility of Bertrand Massonie, whose drive, passion, technical skill and respect for the property’s exceptional terroir have contributed massively to its recent renaissance. One of the top wines in the appellation and a rising star of the Right Bank.

Rich, powerful and many-layered nose of red fruits, dark spice, fresh oak and cocoa. Supple, velvety palate with fine, crisply elegant tannins. Fresh lingering finish with menthol flavours. A charming, easy-to-drink wine which will go down well with any fine food.

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Nittardi Ad Astra

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The Nittardi winery was once owned by Michelangelo, and whilst painting the Sistine Chapel, he gifted his wines to the pope.  As homage to Michelangelo, the unique combination of art and wine is still cultivated today at Nittardi. Every year a well-known artist paints the label as well as the wrapping paper used for the Casanuova di Nittardi Vigna Doghessa wine bottles. 

Ad Astra is an approachable yet serious red wine that is also a pleasure when enjoyed young. Fascinating notes of spice and chilli character with blackcurrant and fresh cherry fruit on the nose.  Medium bodied, with good tannins and a long, silky, powerful finish

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Rosso No.1 Coste del Vivo

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Coste del Vivo is the personal project of winemaker Toby Owen. 20 years ago, he was manager of a wine shop in Scotland, dreaming of one day being able to make wine like the best of those he sold. In 2009 a chance meeting led to experience working with Brunello producer San Polino in Montalcino.

Later, in 2012 he returned to Montalcino as winemaking assistant at Casa Raia. By the following vintage he was winemaker for micro-producer Hortulanus in the beautiful vineyards of Seggiano on Monte Amiata, and it’s here he began producing his own range of fabulous wines.

A Tuscan masterpiece with sumptuous dark fruit, spice and cedar.

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Maison Sichel Pauillac

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This wine offers all the richness and elegance typical of this prestigious appellation.
Grown in the very best terroirs and vinified with the same meticulous care as the Grands crus, it shows pepper and liquorice on the nose, and pure well-structured cassis, blackberries and vanilla on the palate

Drink from 2020 onwards for several years.

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Keermont Merlot

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Keermont Vineyards is a specialist wine estate set in the naturally-formed amphitheatre between the Helderberg and Stellenbosch Mountain ranges.

This is a stunning Merlot, with just a drop of Cabernet Sauvignon.  Dusty strawberry on the nose with notes of cinnamon.  Elegant, clean palate of orange and dried herbs.  Good natural acidity helps maintain a fresh elegance and long, juicy finish.

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Maison Sichel Margaux

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An impressively elegant Margaux with impeccable provenance  (declassified from one of the top Margaux Chateaux) showing textural richness and intensity, along with dark fruits and silky tannins. Drinking really well now.

Margaux wines are the most floral in all of Bordeaux, often compared to violets.  The wines of Margaux are easy to pair with a wide array of different foods – especially lamb & game.

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Château Lamothe Bouscaut Rouge, Pessac Léognan

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Bouscaut is now producing some of the best wines in Pessac Léognan and certainly one of the best value wines in this much sought-after part of the Graves.

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Chateau Fleur de Lisse Saint Emilion Grand Cru

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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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Gaja Ca’Marcanda Promis

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Gaja Ca’Marcanda Promis is a blend of 55% Merlot, 35% Syrah and 10% Sangiovese. The three varieties are fermented and macerated separately for around 15 days, and after 12 months of oak ageing, the wines are finally blended together. The resulting wine shows aromas of black cherries and black plums. It is complex and deeper on the nose, with enticing notes of sandalwood and essential oils. It is well-structured, with a round mouth-feel, combined with a refreshing acidity.

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Bargylus Vin Rouge

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“The Syrian Vineyard making the world’s most dangerous wine” – The Telegraph.

From Syria’s only private wine estate, this is a blend of 60% Syrah and 20% each Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Packed with fruit and spice, it’s a dinner party wine to impress, and what a talking point! Black pepper sprinkled summer fruits – bowls of plums and intense blackcurrant coulis, a dusting of cocoa and cinnamon. Rich yet with great lift and precision to the finish, and fine tannins.

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Chateau Cantemerle

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Located in the southern part of the Bordeaux Medoc peninsula, near the villages of Macau and Ludon, Chateau Cantemerle, designated a great growth in the famous 1855 classification, has deep gravel soil.  Thanks to its unique terroir, Cantemerle produces complex, well balanced and refined wines.

Powerful and elegant with rich flavours of blackcurrant, cloves and tobacco.  A classic Bordeaux

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Gaja Sito Moresco Langhe 2019

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Taking its name from that of the original vineyard.  A complex, harmonious blend of Nebbiolo, Barbera, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.

Crunchy red fruity aromas of red plum and cherry lead to a long-lasting finish with a hint of minerality.  

The pioneering Gaja family has been growing vines and making wine for five generations, a tradition they started in 1859 in Piedmont.  Each generation nurtures the dreams and vision of the previous one, building and innovating for the next.  Above all, they are inspired by respect for nature and believe attention to detail is paramount.

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Chateau Perron Lalande de Pomerol Magnum

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Having been in the Massonie family for three generations, Perron is now the responsibility of Bertrand Massonie, whose drive, passion, technical skill and respect for the property’s exceptional terroir have contributed massively to its recent renaissance. One of the top wines in the appellation and a rising star of the Right Bank.

Rich, powerful and many-layered nose of red fruits, dark spice, fresh oak and cocoa. Supple, velvety palate with fine, crisply elegant tannins. Fresh lingering finish with menthol flavours. A charming, easy-to-drink wine which will go down well with any fine food.

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Gitana Winery Lupi

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Intense nose of mixed berries and vanilla with hints of chocolate.  A robust, well-balanced wine, powerful tannins that amplify its elegance of black fruit, ripe plum and cassis flavours.  Can drink now with grilled meats, aged cheeses or dark chocolate and a cigar or will age for a long time.

 

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Hoopes Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

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The Hoopes Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is a blend of fruit from a rich variety of sites which represent the complex tapestry of Napa terroir.   Sublime balance, intense aromas and luscious textures that bring the diverse valley into harmony in a glass.

Flavours of strawberry jam, oak, creamy milk chocolate.  Enjoy with a cheese plate.

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Chateau Angludet Margaux

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Home to the Sichel family since 1961, Château Angludet is one of the oldest properties in the Médoc, with a history which goes back to the twelfth century. It is named after Bertrand d’Angludet, a knight and lord of the noble residence which stood on this site in 1150.

Since 1758, the vineyard of Château Angludet has retained a configuration down the centuries which is very close to the original, 93 percent of the current surface area having nurtured vines for more than 250 years – exceptional continuity for a vineyard.

Surrounded as it is by Grand Cru Classé properties, Château Angludet would almost certainly have been included in the famous 1855 Classification, had the property not been broken up as part of an inheritance settlement. In an act of faith (given the property’s state of decay) and belief in Angludet’s potential, the Sichel family bought the estate in 1961. Since then, the Sichels have worked tirelessly to restore and, indeed, improve the vineyard and cellars, giving Angludet back the reputation its exceptional terroir deserves.

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