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  • 2021 Unoaked Chardonnay Tanguero, Finca FlichmanWhite Wine

    2021 Unoaked Chardonnay Tanguero, Finca Flichman

    £1075

    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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  • 2020 Sauvignon Blanc, Doña PaulaWhite Wine

    2020 Sauvignon Blanc, Doña Paula

    £1250

    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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  • 2021 Malbec ‘Raices’, AndelunaRed Wine

    2021 Malbec ‘Raices’, Andeluna

    £1295

    An enlivening and elegant mountain-fresh Malbec, with fresh floral and fruity aromas of plum and wild blueberries. The soft and fruity palate offers great freshness and balance, with a lovely concentration of ripe fruit.

    ‘Raices’ translates as Estate and the grapes for this wine come from vineyards located in the Uco Valley, Mendoza at an altitude of 700 metres above sea-level. The soils are poor in organic matter, which encourages the vines to send their roots deep into the soil in search of nutrients and water, resulting in subtle complexity. The climate is warm, with very little humidity, a combination which provides naturally ideal conditions for premium viticulture.

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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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  • 2021 ‘Alto Molino’ Torrontés, Piattelli VineyardsWhite Wine

    2021 ‘Alto Molino’ Torrontés, Piattelli Vineyards

    £1475

    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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  • 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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  • 2021 Malbec ‘1300’, AndelunaRed Wine

    2021 Malbec ‘1300’, Andeluna

    £1595

    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

    £1595

    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 Merlot ‘1300’, AndelunaRed Wine

    2019 Merlot ‘1300’, Andeluna

    £1595

    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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  • Offer 2018 Malbec ‘Los Remolinos Vineyard’, Finca DeceroRed Wine

    2018 Malbec ‘Los Remolinos Vineyard’, Finca Decero

    £1595 31% saving

    Finca Decero is a world-class wine producer located in the Agrelo sub-appellation of Luján de Cuyo in the northwestern part of the province of Mendoza.  Their famed Remolinos Vineyard derives its name from the little whirlwind spiral formations of soil which form in the afternoon as the gentle wind lifts the dry soil from the paths of the vineyard into swaying ‘dust devils’.  This natural phenomenon draws the attention of our overly protective Lechuza owls in the vineyard who sometimes take flight seemingly to chase them away!

    2018 Decero Malbec characterises the Remolinos Vineyard perfectly displaying intense violet aromas over a core of red fruits with notes of cherries and raspberries. Rich in body and very well balanced with fresh acidity, it shows supple and elegant tannins that benefit from 14 months of maturation in French oak barrels.

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  • 2018 Chardonnay Costa & Pampa, TrapicheWhite Wine

    2018 Chardonnay Costa & Pampa, Trapiche

    £1650

    This cool-climate coastal Chardonnay was the brainchild of Trapiche winemaker Daniel Pi and his vision has produced sublime wine.  In the glass, it is a golden colour with slight greenish tones, the nose has notes of green apples, pear and hints of toast and butter. It is fresh in the mouth with a marked mineral presence and a long and unctuous finish.

    Described by Decanter Magazine as ‘a pure style that’s astonishingly affordable.’

    Awarded 97+ points by Oz Clarke who described the 2018 Chardonnay: ‘Up there with the best Chardonnays, I have tasted from Argentina. The vineyards are on the coast just south of Buenos Aires – an experiment, a risk, a dream – and it works; this beauty swirls with oatmeal, hazelnut, soft white apple flesh, peach and honey. It’s scented with apple blossom and honeysuckle and its lemon acidity is as subtle as the cotton that threads through a silken bedsheet.’

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  • 2022 ‘The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From The Tree’ Torrontes, Matias RiccitelliWhite Wine

    2022 ‘The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From The Tree’ Torrontes, Matias Riccitelli

    £1695

    Torrontes is Argentina’s signature white grape and this 2022 Torrontes is made from 40-year-old vines in the Uco Valley and is a classic example of the variety.  Made by superstar winemaker Matias Riccitelli, it has a fresh nose with inviting aromas of roses and citrus. On the palate, it’s complex, refreshing with a deliciously creamy texture.

    The grapes are grown in Tupungato, a renowned high-altitude wine district in the north of the Uco Valley. The climate offers excellent conditions for premium viticulture. The vines are planted at 1,000 meters above sea level and benefit from large diurnal temperature variations which result in a longer growing season. The heat assists in the promotion of sugar levels in the ripening grapes, while the coolness of the night retains acidity levels, achieving healthy and balanced berries.

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  • 2021 Classic Malbec, Piattelli VineyardsRed Wine

    2021 Classic Malbec, Piattelli Vineyards

    £1750

    The smooth cool-climate Classic Malbec delights the senses with an aromatic bouquet of ripe plum, blueberry, blackberry and violet. With great structure on the palate, the vibrant fruit flavours are beautifully balanced through to a fresh and charming 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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  • 2022 ‘This is Not Another Lovely Malbec’, Matias RiccitelliRed Wine

    2022 ‘This is Not Another Lovely Malbec’, Matias Riccitelli

    £1800

    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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  • 2021 Premium Malbec, Piattelli VineyardsRed Wine

    2021 Premium Malbec, Piattelli Vineyards

    £1800

    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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