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Cotswold Hills is a winery in Down Ampney, Gloucestershire that produces wines made from Ortega, Chardonnay, Seyval and Bacchus grapes. Students of the Royal Agricultural University play an active part in running the social enterprise and proceeds contribute to the University’s Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Programme.
An aromatic, fresh wine with bubbles in a can thats perfect for summer picnics!
Wonderful Vinho Verde, now in a handy half size bottle!
Casa De Vilacetinho is one of the oldest brands of the region, once being part of a large Benedictine Monastery overlooking the River Duoro.
This is a light, crisp Vinho Verde with white fruit aromas and a slight spritz, it’s the perfect summer drink and only 10%.
This modern, crisp white demonstrates bright citrus characteristics on the nose, while offering deliciously vibrant apple fruit flavours and a zesty twang courtesy of the Sauvignon Blanc on the palate. A long clean finish with hints of grapefruit. Sensational drunk on its own or with salads and seafood.
Pete’s Pure is meant to be consumed fresh and young – drinkability and simplicity. But the real star here is sunshine; hailing from Euston in New South Wales, from an area known for volume, the clear skies and red earth produce clean, bright flavours. This abundance of sun makes growing grapes stress-free. Picked early with minimal winemaking artefact to keep things crisp, these wines are relaxed, clean and charming.
The nose shows wonderfully aromatic notes of lemon/lime cordial, lychees, exotic fruits, oatmeal all bursting out the glass. A beautifully sweet floral aroma that brings it all together to create an intense, pure feel. Mouth filling sweetness dominates the palate, with balanced sherbet acidity and a fine spritz playing second fiddle. Rich flavours of lemon/lime, peach and a dash of musk add excitement and encapsulate what this style is all about. A wine made for fun and for any occasion
A growing interest of the wines of Portugal has bought attention to the previously underated region of Tejo, lying just south of Lisbon. Grapes are rumoured to have been grown on the backs of the Tejo river since Roman times.
This is made from a blend of Fernão Pires (otherwise known as Maria Gomes in Barraida) which offers a lovely perfumed aromas of citrus fruits and Verdelho that adds a backbone and some peach and melon flavours. A fresh, dry white ideally consumed young, either by itself or with light seafood dishes.
The vineyards for Fidèle Soleilla are perched high in the dramatic hills and terraces above the Vallée d’Agly with a unique character of its own. The famed black schist is interspersed with pockets of limestone from the higher slopes, combining the richness and power that is typical of Maury with a fresher, more finely defined character.
Honeysuckle and apricot aromas and a rich, almost unctuous palate that is somehow still dry, tangy and refreshing.
One Chain Vineyards work with growers all around South East Australia to source fruit from some of the most established regions. The wines are inspired by and take their name from the country’s favourite sport, one chain is the imperial measurment for the length of a cricket pitch.
Cool climate Chardonnay, tangy, crisp and full of tropical fruit flavours. A really good expression of this variety, you’ll be bowled over!
Casa De Vilacetinho is one of the oldest brands of the region, once being part of a large Benedictine Monastery. Overlooking the River Duoro with south facing slopes, it is one of the most prosperous terroirs in the region.
A light, crisp Vinho Verde with white fruit aromas ranging from the orchard to more tropical fruit flavours. With a slight spritz, this is the perfect summer drink and only 10.5%.
From some of the best vineyards in the Roussillon, this distinctively French white wine is crafted from native varietals to the region.
Slightly floral on the nose with a hint of minerality. Honeysuckle, peaches and herbs shine through from the Rousanne supported by lovely texture, depth and weight from the Grenache Blanc.
A really popular white from Sicily. This Grillo has delicious white peach and melon aromas. It is a soft and very well balanced wine and such good value!
One of the largest wineries in Sicily, Sibiliana Vini uses the latest in modern winemaking technology to produce a fantastic range of wines from indigenous Sicilian grapes.
A mix of small plots of a multitude of exotic old fashioned grapes resulting in a flavoursome, rich yet vibrant wine from the heart of Spain. Best with seafoods or salads.
The small amount of these grapes that remain means it is not possible to vinify them separately so the grapes tend to be harvested together as a Field Blend.
Walter S. Siegel established himself as a vineyard owner in 1897. It wasn’t until 1937 that the Siegel wines were known in the UK, when his son Hans formed an unusual alliance with English cricketer Ian Peebles. Hans honoured his father by naming this wine after him. And, so, the Walt Riesling was born.
At last a really good alcohol free wine! This is Riesling with all its variety-specific fruitiness, like peaches, mineral notes and a fresh, lively character. Try it with fish, seafood or white meat or even with red meats and game! Of course, it’s also very drinkable by itself!
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.
Vinos Mas Buscados – literally meaning most wanted – make some criminally good wines in the Southern part of Spain known as La Mancha. Friends and Masters of Wine, Fergal Tynan and Giles Cooke set off on a journey to find the unsung heroes of Spain, be they regions, growers or winemakers.
This Macabeo is a diverse old world wine with a new world twist. Some oak fermentation and lees contact has added great texture, weight and savoury notes while allowing the tropical and citrus fruit to shine as well. Drink this on its own or with fish served with a creamy sauce.
The Cormerais family have cultivated vines for as long as anyone can remember, the passion for winemaking and grape growing has been passed down through generations since the 1800s. Today it is Bertrand who runs the business having joined his father Joel in 1994. His philosophy is very simple – he starts in the vineyard with great attention to detail to produce the very best grapes he can while maintaining great respect for the environment.
Back in 1988, three families decided to invest in a winery in Romania, starting with 650 hectares of slightly unloved vineyards and a rusty, once state-owned winery.
Yet Englishman Philip Cox and his Romanian wife Elvira, have turned the Cramele Recas Estate into the most successful winery in Romania. Recas are now recognised globally for their impressive scale and breadth of fascinating wines, including natural and orange wine from organic grapes. Despite the scale the emphasis is on making good wines that over-deliver, and as a result they’ve struck on a magic formula that has seen sales and demand boom.
Vineyards are a combination of evolved plantings from 1447 and more recent planting, whilst the winery has seen significant investment and boasts state of the art facilities where innovation thrives. Recas are in every way a modern, dynamic winery, whose open minded approach and quality sets them apart … a winery you really can’t ignore.
Fresh jasmine flower and white peach on the nose, the palate is packed with stone fruit flavours such as apricot and is smooth and crisp on the finish.
The ‘La Patagua’ project from Vinos Inacaya sets out to create excellent value wines, as naturally as possible, that faithfully reflect the place they come from.
An aromatic wine full of citrus and tropical fruit, with good acidity that keeps the flavours fresh. Drink this on warm summer’s day – perfect for a picnic!
Refreshing like a white wine, with the complexity of red wine. This orange wine is made by leaving the grape skins and seeds in contact with the pressed juice, creating a deep orange-hued finish. This is a complex and structured wine, with elegant but discreet fruit flavours of stone fruits, backed up with a powerful tannin structure and long finish. A natural minimal intervention wine which is well balanced and structured yet pure and incredibly fresh.
A bright fruit-bursting wine that emphasises vineyard over bodega, which discards the hackneyed image of Rioja, everything about this wine is intentionally provocative to challenge your view on what Rioja is. Clean and crisp, intense yet fresh, the stone fruit, peachy notes are supported by tropical passion fruit and mango with citrus undertones. A long complex finish.