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Vinos Inacayal La Cueva Pais Carignan

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The ‘La Patagua’ project at Vinos Inacayal sets out to create excellent value wines, as naturally as possible, that faithfully reflect the place they come from.  The local variety Pais has quite a story, being the first grape exported from Spain to Mexico in the 16th Century.

Blended with Carignan that produces spicy dark fruit flavours, the Pais adds colour and lavender & rose florals.  A delicious wine full of black and red berries, a hint of pepper and a floral note on the finish. Drink with Mediterranean dishes, tapas or vegetarian dishes.

 

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Ciello Rosso

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Organic and natural Nero d’Avola from Sicily.  Lots of juicy plum and herb flavours, really bright and fresh.

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Samurai Shiraz Free Run Juice

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Free Run Juice are a cooperative in Australia who source fruit from regions known for their quality, the focus is on minimal intervention and organic farming methods.  

The grapes for the Samurai Shiraz are picked earlier in the season to retain a freshness assisted by a lack oak.  Full of red and black fruit, easy drinking, low sulphur wine that is screaming for Pizza!

 

 

 

 

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Gran Cerdo Tempranillo

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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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Les Vignerons d’Estezargues Les Oliviers Cotes du Rhone

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A big, tasty Rhone from a fantastic little cooperative in Estézargues near Avignon.  Made with minimal intervention, unfined, unfiltered.  Soft red fruits on the palate, hearty, but really approachable.

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Bosbrand Carignan

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Natural red with rich, floral and spicy notes of stewed plum and red cherry. It hails from two vineyards – the first is the oldest Carignan vineyard in South Africa (planted in 1979); the second a smaller vineyard planted in 2003.

 

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Chateau St Cyrgues Salamandre Rouge

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The Château Saint Cyrgues estate is located in the South of France, near Nîmes. It faces the Petite Camargue, one of the most beautiful sites in France, and the Mediterranean Sea.  The estate is over a hundred years old, but keeps up with the times as it is certified organic.

A natural red with plenty of red berry fruit, liquorice and black pepper.  No added sulphur.

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Lo Petit Fantet d’Hippolyte

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Château Ollieux Romanis is located in the heart of the Pinada massif , in the Corbières.  Lo Petit has an intense nose, with sweet raspberry and kirsch fruit.  Lightly spiced, unfined and unfiltered.

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Vina Ilusion Rioja

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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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No es Pituko Cabernet Sauvignon

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A vibrant and intense Cabernet Sauvignon, with a slightly cloudy appearance due to the natural vinification. Lively and inviting fruity aromas of red fruits and green pepper lead to a fresh palate with silky tannins and raspberry, chocolate and liquorice tones.

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Coola Hills Pinot Noir

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A beautiful, fresh Pinot Noir from the volcanic soils of Mount Gambier in South Eastern Australia.  Packed full of strawberry and cherry fruit.  Wonderful with a barbecue!

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Badenhorst Secateurs Red Blend

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Badenhurst Family wines are grown, made and matured in the Swartland appellation of South Africa making natural wines on their 60 hectare estate. One of the first wines we stocked when we first opened, and still just as good. Amazing quality for the price, matured in concrete vats; this has perfumed and peppery aromas, supple and smooth on the palate with enough grip and freshness to finish dry and refreshing. If you like spicy French Southern Rhone wines then give this a whirl.

Pairs well with roast lamb, venison and mushroom stroganoff.

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La Parrilla El Pinto Tintilla De Rota

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El Pinto is a collaboration between Les Caves de Pyrene and Hacienda La Parrilla to create wines from sustainably grown grapes made as naturally as possible.  Tintilla De Rota (otherwise known as Graciano, found in Australia, Spain and France) is a grape native to the sherry region, Rota.  A coastal town known for its US naval base and airport which is one of the reasons the grape is now so rare.

A full-bodied red wine with cherry flavours and a herbal character.

 

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Karri Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon

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Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon, biodynamically farmed. Juicy blackcurrant, coffee and chocolate flavours with eucalyptus and pepper and some fine-grained tannins from a period of wood-ageing.

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DelMoro La Comarcal

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A tiny vineyard located in Valencia, specialising in Garnacha, Bobal and Syrah.

This wine is fairly light in style, with pronounced notes of wild herbs and peppery spice, on a bed of crunchy red berry fruit and a touch of grippy tannins. Rustic, natural and great value.

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Pheasant’s Tears Madlieri Red

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Georgian law dictates that when red and white grapes are blended, the  resulting wine must be labelled as rose. We’re going for a (light) red in this instance…  there is a deep colour typical of the inky Saperavi grape, working in tandem with pronounced aromatics from the Mtsvane. Flavours of blueberries and dark currants, velvety texture with a hint of bitter chocolate and nice defined tannins.

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Madlieri Saperavi Mstvane

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A bold, earthy red with some berry fruit flavours.

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A A Badenhorst Papegaai Dry Red

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23 vineyards, one wine! Think violets, blackcurrant cordial, crushed rocks and with crunchy cranberry accented acids. Serve chilled and gulp heartily.

Made by Adi Badenhorst in Swartland, this has fast become one of our favourite wines!  Why the parrot?  As well as making amazing wine, Adi also has a sideline in breeding the endangered Cape Parrot as there are fewer than 1000 left in the wild.  Also, some of the proceeds of this wine go to the Cape Parrot trust.

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Cara Sur Pergolas Tintas

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The grapes used in this wine come from the ancient pergolas, typically found in the houses in the Calingasta Valley. It is a special spot in every garden where families gather under its shade to socialise. Every vintage time, families in their village bring the grapes from their houses and they use them as part of this wine. They are a nod to traditional peasant wines.

The wine is a multi-grape blend with varieties such as Cereza, Canela and Moscatel Tinto, fruit-driven and light in body.  Fermented with natural yeasts and matured on its lees for eight months. It has almost imperceptible tannins, with a soft and round texture, juicy with flavours and aromas of red berries. Cereza, the name of one variety, means “cherry” in the Spanish language which is a good clue to the style.

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El Berrakin Garnacha

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A slightly different take on Garnacha, naturally produced in stainless steel rather than wood. The wine is a little more focused on pure, berry fruit.  A natural fermentation combined with natural fresh acidity, leave a very drinkable wine. A little bit of floral and herbal notes, and soft tannins.  One to be enjoyed through the summer, perhaps chilled a little. A very drinkable red.

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Judith Beck Blaufrankisch

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A really fresh and approachable red from Austria.  Black cherries and dark plums on the nose, crunchy fruit in the mouth showing stonefruit character and a touch of sourness on the finish.

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Testalonga Baby Bandito Follow Your Dreams

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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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Banjo Vino Robot Braucol

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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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A Los Vinateros Bravos Pais

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Leonardo Erazo is a rare talent.  In the ancient vineyards in the Itata Valley, Leonardo uses the knowledge of local farmers that have been naturally farming the region for centuries, biodynamic principles and minimal intervention in both vineyard and cellar.  

Ancient vines grown on volcanic soils, which impart a very distinctive mineral character and aromas of cinder and ash.  Soft red and dark fruits with an earthy, herbal touch.  A light and juicy wine with a freshness that is joined by fine tannins.  Add some class to your ‘bangers and mash’ by drinking this with it.

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Daniel Ramos Vina Padre

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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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Daniel Ramos KaPi Amphorae

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High up in the Gredos Mountains, Daniel is utilising Garnacha and Albillo Real and combining them with the old ways of viticulture. This Aussie born winemaker, known to his mates as Kapi (El Capitan), makes wines with minimal intervention, great depths of flavour from both Garnacha and the ancient variety, Albillo Real. 

Delicate fruits and herb, with surprising structure and balance.

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Pheasants Tears Saperavi

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Founded in 2007, Pheasant’s Tears produces artisanal natural wines with ancient Georgian techniques, growing rare endemic grape varieties and harvesting with organic processes. Their name comes from a Georgian tale in which the hero claims that only a wine beyond measure could make a pheasant cry tears of joy, and with family winemakers that have been making wine for 8 generations as well as Georgia’s rich soil, Pheasant’s Tears strives to meet this standard.

Full of powerful, fresh red berried fruits with hints of green pepper and leafy tones.  Juicy yet savoury with lovely soft oak influence and velvety tannins.  A really outstanding rich red wine.

If you like Cabernet Franc, give this a go…. it’s often referred to as Cabernet Franc on steroids!

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Les Chemins de L’Arkose, Le Clos Parcellaire Gamay

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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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Domaine d’Audaux Je Reve d’un Tracteur Syrah

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Light bodied but intense with some recognisable Syrah character, lovingly made!  Fresh but not lightweight with a bone dry finish and very appetising and honest. A wine made in south west France just outside the Jurançon zone; a wine with a story; a wine worth seeking out!  Very, very limited availability.

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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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Raza Tinto Nat

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Quinta Da Raza is perfectly located in the interior of the Minho region, benefitting from great sun exposure but gets some moderating influence from the Tamega River.  Preserving traditional wine making techniques as well as promoting biodiversity and natural balance.

This expression of Vinhão could not be more authentic!  Packed with lots of black fruits, this is clean and fresh with a fantastic colour.  Chill it down, drink on it’s own or with grilled (BBQ!) meats.

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Saroto Tinto

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Saroto Tinto is made from a small, old, field-blend parcel comprised of old-fashioned red and white Douro varieties. The resultant wine is full of wild forest fruit, lots of berries with a kick of natural sourness. Plenty of fresh acidity adds juiciness and balances the rustic, grippy tannins, making for quite a light red. Earthy minerality adds extra complexity and the finish is long and moreish.

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Duckman Baga

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A blend of several vintages, this wine shows Duckman’s link to the greatness of Bairrada’s Baga grape. The heritage of Joao Pato can be seen in this more classic style of baga, with dark cherry and berry fruit, pine resin spice, and a good smack of acidity.

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Adega Belem Lili Cellar Dog Selection

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This brilliant wine named after the winemakers excitable Labrador Lili, is treated simply, with fermentatio and ageing taking place in stainless steel to preserve the flavours of the grapes, which are sourced from vineyards near Alenquer, just north of the city of Lisbon.

This is their everyday wine for having with a meal, and as such is fairly easy going. Offering plenty of ripe, berry fruit character, a bit of chocolatey richness, good tannic structure, and fresh acidity. A perfect wine to have when your not quite sure what your’e going to have for dinner, or indeed when youa are. We love it!

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Davenport Diamond Fields Pinot Noir

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Davenport Winery started in 1991 when Will Davenport planted 5 acres of vines at Horsmonden in Kent.  Always a supporter of organic farming practices, the winery was one of the first in England to be certified fully organic in 2000. 

Deep flavours of cherries and blackberry with plenty of tannic structure that will allow this wine to mature fro several years.  Drink now or keep for up to 5 years to gain more complex flavours and softness.

 

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Payten and Jones Sangiovese

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Payten and Jones has always been a winery to follow its own path, they specialise in minimal intervention, natural farming and winemaking. This translates into styles which are fruit forward and very enjoyable, this Sangiovese is a perfecrt example of what they’re all about. Whilst being a fruit forward style with black plum and a little strawberry, leading to a lighly savoury finish but with structure and finesse to make sure it’t not simply a fruit bomb! Perfect for lamb or venison.

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Payten and Jones Pinot Noir

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Payten and Jones has always been a winery to follow its own path, they specialise in minimal intervention, natural farming and winemaking. As ever with wines from these guys there is loads of red fruit up front from the whole bunch fermentation,  leading to notes of smoked bacon studded with black pepper. The wine shows poise while still having a little tannic grip to keep everything in check, a modern style of Yarra Valley this!

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Guy Breton Marylou Beaujolais

£28.00
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So vibrant, fragrant, so beguiling, and so utterly yummy, best served just chilled. Redcurrants, tiny strawberries, and perfectly ripe cherries, with raspberry coulis, soft spice and the most glorious perfume. A fruit bomb without being sweet or sickly, and with pitch perfect acidity, lots of marshmallow and soft leather notes.

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Daniel Ramos Santon

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Holy Moley!  We love every wine from Daniel Ramos, and this single vineyard wine is no exception.

Made from 100% Rufete, it’s light and aromatic, delicate yet structured, and has wonderful natural acidity and therefore balance.

It’s a wild fermention, with very light extraction, followed by ageing in concrete and oak, with no fining or filtration. It’s silky and enjoyable now, but will develop plenty of complexity with age.

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Bruno Duchene La Luna Rouge

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A fresh and juicy natural red from Bruno Duchene in Banyuls. Red berries and spice on the palate.  Organically grown in the foothills of the Pyrenees, chill it lightly and fire up the barbecue. Drink with sausages or lamb chops smothered in rosemary; chill it further and glug with garlicky ratatouille.

Bruno Duchêne hails from the Loire Valley, where his family had a thriving business selling farm machinery. Before starting his career as a winemaker, he was a wild mushroom distributor in the Loire Valley and Burgundy, which is when he became interested in wine; meticulously made, natural, non-interventionist wines in particular. He went to work with Frédéric Cossard, of Domaine de Chassorney, in Saint Romain for nine months to learn how to make it. And drink it too, he says! He now resides in the town of Banyuls in the Roussillon, where he produces wines from some of France’s hardest-to-work vineyards.

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