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  • 2020 Unoaked Chardonnay Tanguero, Finca FlichmanWhite Wine

    2020 Unoaked Chardonnay Tanguero, Finca Flichman

    £995

    This Chardonnay is bright yellow in colour. The nose is fresh and fruity, with tropical notes of pineapple and melon. These ripe aromas carry through to the palate and are balanced with fresh acidity.

    Grapes for the Tanguero wines come from the Barrancas region in southern Maipú, Mendoza. The vines here are planted on rocky, well-draining soils to the south of the Mendoza river, at 700 metres above sea level. The vineyards are located at high altitudes, meaning there is a high diurnal range. This extends the growing season and helps to retain freshness and finesse in the wines.

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  • 2019 Phebus Malbec, Bodegas FabreRed Wine

    2019 Phebus Malbec, Bodegas Fabre

    £1095

    Bodegas Fabre produces a range of wines which showcases the depth and elegance that Argentina can offer. Their wines have won praise from the critics and have earned them close to 200 international awards in the last 10 years alone.

    This 2019 Phebus Malbec is full of powerful red fruits and spices that explode first on the nose and then on the palate, followed by a hint of liquorice mixed with light smokey tones. Perfect with roast lamb, grilled steak, game and vegetable risotto.

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  • 2021 ‘Alto Molino’ Torrontés, Piattelli VineyardsWhite Wine

    2021 ‘Alto Molino’ Torrontés, Piattelli Vineyards

    £1195

    From high in the Andes surrounding Salta come Piattelli’s Cafayate wines, grown at an elevation of over 1,795 metres. This is a fragrant, fruity example of the Torrontés variety.  Bright and fruity with guava and rose petals combined with refreshing tropical fruit flavours and a delicate hint of spice on the finish.

     

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  • 2020 Calchaquí Valley Malbec, AmalayaRed Wine

    2020 Calchaquí Valley Malbec, Amalaya

    £1195

    From high-altitude vineyards in the Calchaquí Valley in Salta comes this intensely fruity wine, packed with flavours of red berries, raspberries and plums alongside hints of pepper and vanilla.

    The estate’s vineyards are located in Cafayate in the very heart of the Calchaquí Valley, distinguished for being one of the highest wine regions in the world. The climate is very dry, with just 150 millimetres of rain in an average year and huge diurnal temperature fluctuations of around 20°C. The soils here are rocky, poor and sandy, so the roots of the vines are forced to dig deep to find the vital nutrients and water they need, which results in fruit with a hugely concentrated flavour.

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  • 2020 Malbec ‘1300’, AndelunaRed Wine

    2020 Malbec ‘1300’, Andeluna

    £1295

    Floral violet notes are followed by an intense fruity expression of red plum, strawberry and blackberry. Full-bodied but smooth and balanced, with subtle minerality this is a classic expression of Argentinian Malbec.  The wines names ‘1300’ is derived from the fact the grapes were grown in vineyards located at over 1,300 metres above sea level. The area is characterised by its wide diurnal temperature range, which produces grapes with a great intensity of colour and a distinctive aromatic expression.

     

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  • 2021 Cabernet Sauvignon ‘1300’, AndelunaRed Wine

    2021 Cabernet Sauvignon ‘1300’, Andeluna

    £1295

    Nuances of red bell pepper combine with a hint of spice, white pepper and clove over deep, rich fruits. Full-bodied and textured on the palate with rounded tannins, big fruit flavours and a spicy, persistent finish.  The grapes were grown in vineyards located in the Uco Valley, at over 1,300 metres above sea level. The area is characterised by its wide diurnal temperature range, which produces grapes with a great intensity of colour and a distinctive aromatic expression.

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  • 2019 Malbec, La MascotaRed Wine

    2019 Malbec, La Mascota

    £1295

    Intense purple-red colour with ruby hues. Crisp, mineral cherry aromas are accompanied by complex notes of dune herbs. On the palate, a balanced use of oak is perfectly complemented by fresh flavours of black fruits, jam and vanilla and a subtle touch of liquorice. Great structure and lingering finish.  Drink now to 2026.

    Rodolfo Sadler took his first steps at making wine 27 years ago. His decision to become a winemaker was partly influenced by the family’s winemaking tradition and their passion for wine. As a little boy, he used to see his grandfather and father engaged in their winemaking tasks and always wished he could one day make his own wines of which to feel proud. The wines of Mascota Vineyards are the outcome of that dream. They have Rodolfo’s (”Opi”) personal imprint and are a testimony of his life story and the demonstration that when passion and enthusiasm are poured into what one does dreams will know no boundaries and international recognition will follow.

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  • 2020 Mendoza Malbec Reserve ‘Caballero de la Cepa’, Finca FlichmanRed Wine

    2020 Mendoza Malbec Reserve ‘Caballero de la Cepa’, Finca Flichman

    £1295

    The name Caballero means “Gentleman” and is an apt description of this elegant red. Made from 100% Mendoza Malbec and in the glass has an alluring ruby red colour with blue hues. The aroma is perfumed and complex – a combination of violets, cherries and oak spice. On the palate, it is concentrated with blackberries, ripe plums and tobacco leaves. Sweet, ripe tannins balance the fruit.

    Grapes for the Caballero de la Cepa wines are picked from the Barrancas region in southern Maipú, Mendoza. The vines here are planted in rocky, well-drained plots situated along the south side of the Mendoza river. The vineyards sit at high altitudes – 1,100 metres above sea level – meaning that there are large temperature differences between day and night. This extends the growing season and helps to retain freshness and finesse in the wines.

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  • 2020 ‘This is Not Another Lovely Malbec’, Matias RiccitelliRed Wine

    2020 ‘This is Not Another Lovely Malbec’, Matias Riccitelli

    £1350

    Pure fruit-driven and juicy notes of wild raspberry and ripe plum are layered with delicate floral notes, smooth and silky.

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  • 2020 Estate Malbec, Doña PaulaRed Wine

    2020 Estate Malbec, Doña Paula

    £1350

    Intense violet in colour, this estate Malbec has enticing aromas of plums, black cherries, liquorice and spice, underpinned by subtle mineral and graphite notes. Great balance and freshness on the palate, with a deep concentration of ripe fruit, soft tannins and a persistent finish.

    The grapes were sourced from two of Dona Paula’s best estate vineyards: Finca Alluvia in Gualtallary, situated at 1,350 metres above sea level and Finca Los Indios, located in Altamira, Uco Valley at an altitude of 1,100 metres. The soils are stony in the first location and sandy loam in the second, but both have a high calcareous content. This Malbec displays the characteristics of its cool climate origins and the wide diurnal temperature differences. The daily diurnal temperature range is excellent for the production of quality grapes; the nightly cooling-off extends the ripening period, allowing the grapes to develop rich varietal characteristics while retaining balancing acidity.

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  • 2018 Estate Sauvignon Blanc, Doña PaulaWhite Wine

    2018 Estate Sauvignon Blanc, Doña Paula

    £1395

    One of the best Chilean Sauvignon Blanc’s made.  Intense aromas of wild mint, grapefruit and white currant leap out of the glass, a fresh, concentrated and well-balanced Sauvignon with a persistent finish.

    The grapes are sourced from two vineyards: Alluvia Vineyard, which is located in Gualtallary, Tupungato, Uco Valley, at 1,350 metres above sea level; and the Los Cerezos Vineyard which is located in the Cordon del Plata Mountains, Tupungato, Uco Valley, at 1,000 metres above sea level. The climate typically presents warm days and cool nights with an average temperature variation of 14°C. It is this diurnal temperature variation, which extends the ripening period, balances the crisp acidity while producing complex flavours in the grapes. The average annual rainfall is low at 280mm. At Doña Paula, the vineyards have always been managed using sustainable agriculture practices. The combination of loamy, sandy, rocky and well-drained soils with an exhaustive selection of the best French clones, result in this premium example of Sauvignon Blanc.

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  • 2019 Apertura Malbec, MendelRed Wine

    2019 Apertura Malbec, Mendel

    £1395

    Mendel’s Apertura Malbec comes from the estate’s own vineyards located in an exceptional terroir of Luján de Cuyo with a view of the Sierras de Lunlunta. This Malbec, sourced from a vineyard planted in 1928, is managed embracing the same philosophy as in the plots destined for the top wines of Mendel. During maturation in barrels, the team at Mendel select very fruity wines, lighter in body and structure, looking for a very friendly, fresh, and easy-drinking wine but at the same time with great volume and round tannins.

    Mendel Winery embodies the union of Roberto de la Mota with a nearly century-old Argentine family, whose sole objective is to produce wine of unquestionable, superior quality. Proprietor and longtime wine lover, Anabelle Sielecki, diligently tracked down the very best talent Argentina had to offer when seeking Mendel’s winemaker, and with utmost charm and perseverance, brought Roberto de la Mota on board.   Having worked for many years at the iconic Château Cheval Blanc in Saint-Émilion, Roberto de la Mota is one of Argentina’s most respected and experienced winemakers.

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  • 2020 Premium Malbec, Piattelli VineyardsRed Wine

    2020 Premium Malbec, Piattelli Vineyards

    £1495

    This opulent and smooth cool-climate Malbec delivers delightful aromas of ripe blackberry complemented by a touch of spice. Beautifully balanced with bright fruit flavours, the palate is marked by its structure and has an intense, spicy finish. The vines are grown at high altitude in Cafayate, situated at 1,700 metres above sea level surrounded by the Andes Mountains. Cafayate is one of the highest regions in the world suitable for viticulture and this high altitude is what defines the terroir of the region. The vines are exposed to intense sunlight which results in the grapes forming thicker and darker skins to protect themselves from the ultraviolet rays; leading to more colour and flavour concentration in the grapes. The diurnal temperature difference results in an extended ripening season, producing concentrated grapes bursting with flavour but with a balanced structure.

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  • Sauvage Blanc, Doña PaulaChampagne & Sparkling Wine, Sparkling

    Sauvage Blanc, Doña Paula

    £1495

    Pale and interesting, Dona Paula’s Sauvage Blanc is the first 100% Sauvignon Blanc sparkling wine from Argentina. Showing intense aromas of orange blossom, white peach, with hints of grapefruit and an intriguing touch of mint, it is crisp, lively and persistent on the palate.

    The Los Cerezos Vineyard is located in the Cordón del Plata mountains, at 1,000 metres above sea level. The soils are predominantly loam with a calcium carbonate layer 120cm below the surface, which provides a cooling effect for the vines. The climate here presents warm days and cool nights, with an average temperature variation of 14 °C and an average annual rainfall of 280 mm.

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  • 2018 Mendoza Malbec, Kaiken UltraRed Wine

    2018 Mendoza Malbec, Kaiken Ultra

    £1550

    Grapes for this well structured and intense Malbec are sourced from three separate areas in the Uco Valley: Altamira, Vistaflores and Gualtallary. Each area brings its own distinct qualities and characteristics to the blend.

    This wine is deep ruby red in colour, with purple tones and a wonderful display of rich aromas. The nose is enticing and spicy with floral notes. The palate is structured with soft tannins that lead to a finish that is fresh, complex and long, with notes of blueberry and blackberry.

    The fruit for the Malbec Ultra was sourced from the Uco Valley. Variations in altitude and soil type result in grapes with distinct characteristics that give unique and highly complex wines. Grapes are sourced from three separate vineyards, at different altitudes: Vista Flores at 1,400 metres above sea level, Gualtallary at 1,300 metres above sea level, and Altamira at 1,100 metres above sea level. In spite of location and altitude variations, all three soil types are similar: alluvial soil with some sand and silt on top of very rocky layers that provide excellent drainage and ideal conditions to grow highly concentrated grapes.

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