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  • NV Leyda Valley Extra Brut, UndurragaChampagne & Sparkling Wine

    NV Leyda Valley Extra Brut, Undurraga

    £1495

    This fresh, vibrant Blanc de Blancs is pale golden in colour with fine, persistent bubbles. The nose reveals delicate aromas of citrus blossom and white floral notes over a mineral background. Pleasantly creamy mouthfeel with notes of brioche through to an exceptionally long finish.

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  • 2019 Apostrophe Stone’s Throw White, Larry CherubinoWhite Wine

    2019 Apostrophe Stone’s Throw White, Larry Cherubino

    £1495

    This vintage was awarded 94 pts by James Halliday

    This delicious and refreshing homage to Alsace is made from grapes whose vineyards are located in the Great Southern region of Western Australia.  Characterised by the influence of the Southern Ocean, which provides breezes from the Antarctic, chilling the grapes and making it an ideal growing climate for Riesling and Gewürztraminer and Pinot Blanc – varietals that excel at these lower temperatures.

    Riesling’s cool lime and minerality meshes with Gewurztraminer’s exotic spice and rose water. The softly textured palate has a long, refreshing acidity supported by citrus notes and rose petal on the finish.

    The wine is called Stone’s Throw because the Riesling and Gewürztraminer are planted a stone’s throw from each other in the same vineyard.

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  • 2019 ‘Origin’ Riesling, Saint ClairWhite Wine

    2019 ‘Origin’ Riesling, Saint Clair

    £1495

    This 2019 Riesling opens in the In the glass with fragrant notes of Kaffir lime and mandarin, layered with hints of orange blossom and beeswax. On the palate, distinct minerality and fresh citrus flavours of juicy mandarin, lead to a crisp mid-palate with delicate sweetness and a smooth, off-dry finish.

    The grapes were harvested from a single vineyard in Marlborough’s Blind River area of the Awatere Valley. The Blind River area is building a very good reputation for its ability to produce wines with concentrated citrus expression. The climate for this area is typically very dry. The grapes were harvested at the peak of flavour development in the cool of the evening.

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  • 2015 Thorn Riesling, Grant BurgeWhite Wine

    2015 Thorn Riesling, Grant Burge

    £1595

    Thorn Riesling is sourced from the Eden Valley region, renowned for producing some of Australia’s finest Riesling styles.  This 2015 vintage is intensely aromatic with floral perfume and citrus, with subtle hints of spiced apple pie and traditional lemonade.

    The palate is refined and tightly structured with crisp natural acidity that feels fabulous in the mouth, a softly rounded mid-palate with sweet flavours of lemon, lime and green apple, and a long and elegant finish with a touch of refreshingly chalky minerality. A wine of true style and finesse; refreshingly vibrant in its youth, this wine will also cellar gracefully for those who prefer the honeyed nuances of bottle age in their Riesling.

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  • 2014 Hill & Valley Riesling, Peter Lehmann Wine Republic Heros White Wine

    2014 Hill & Valley Riesling, Peter Lehmann

    £1650

    The Hill & Valley wines showcase the great diversity of the regions surrounding the winery.  From the cooler Adelaide Hills to the elevated Eden Valley vineyards to those situated on the Barossa Valley floor, these ancient soils provide the base for great wines that speak of their origins.

    Ok, so I will let you into a secret – at a wine dinner in 2015 with winemaker Andrew Wigan he told me to buy this wine as it had excellent ageing potential and he thought that it was going to be as good as the 2014 Wigan Riesling.  So we bought lots and are going to cellar some and sell some.   Currently drinking amazingly well and is a stunner for the price.   Intense citrus blossom and mineral/saline aromas jump from the glass. The palate shows great fruit purity with a alluring, mouthwatering finish.

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  • 2020 The Dry Dam Riesling, d’ArenbergWhite Wine

    2020 The Dry Dam Riesling, d’Arenberg

    £1650

    The Dry Dam Riesling 2020 has a delightfully lifted nose, loaded with lemons, limes, jasmine and Granny Smith. The palate displays a wonderful balance between acid and sweetness, giving that Dry Dam hallmark of sherbet-like character. Full of flavour yet pristine and refined. Drinks perfectly well young but promises to age well, developing toasty, marmalade notes for beyond a decade.

    The Name. : In 1992 d’Arenberg’s neighbours built a dam that remained empty, as it was a dry winter. The next year it rained but the dam was jinxed and didn’t hold water. A dry dam was bad news for d’Arenberg’s neighbouring farmers but promises good results for their old, dry-grown, low-yielding vines.

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  • 2016 `Lenz` Kamptal Riesling, LoimerWhite Wine

    2016 `Lenz` Kamptal Riesling, Loimer

    £1695

    Fred Loimers wines are among the very best examples of Gruner Veltliner and Riesling in Austria, biodynamic since in 2006, all Fred’s wines are also vegan and vegetarian.

    This 2016 ‘Lenz’ Riesling is full of white peaches and fine fruits on the nose. The first sip underscores these aromas. Light-bodied and crisp with lovely tension on the palate, this Riesling has mouth-watering acidity and clean fruit flavours. Perfect as an aperitif.

     

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  • 2015 Apostrophe Stone’s Throw White, Larry CherubinoWhite Wine

    2015 Apostrophe Stone’s Throw White, Larry Cherubino

    £1695

    The Apostrophe wines are stylistic blends made from grapes grown in the Great Southern area of Western Australia.  Textural and delicious, this white is made with no oak.  A blend of Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc, growing up a Stone’s Throw away on the same vineyard.  Riesling’s cool lime and minerality meshes with Gewurztraminer’s exotic spice and rose water. The softly textured palate has a long, refreshing acidity supported by citrus notes and rose petal on the finish.

     

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  • 2015 Classic Riesling, FraminghamWhite Wine

    2015 Classic Riesling, Framingham

    £1695

    This wine is an elegant pale gold in the glass, with hints of green. It has a fragrant, complex nose showing tangelo, honeysuckle, jasmine and quinine aromatics along with hints of apricot, beeswax, cream and some gentle nuances of wet stone.

    Fruit for the Framingham Classic Riesling was sourced from their estate vineyard in the Wairau Valley. The alluvial, well-drained soils of the Wairau were formed by the sedimentation of the Wairau River. In the warm centre of the valley – where there is low rainfall and relatively low frost risk – Framingham are able to harvest controlled yields at desired ripeness.

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  • 2020 Wallflower Riesling, AdHoc, Larry CherubinoWhite Wine

    2020 Wallflower Riesling, AdHoc, Larry Cherubino

    £1695

    This is a cracking Riesling that is amazing value for the quality of juice that you get.  Almost transparent in colour, this wine shows great purity and refinement. A fragrant bouquet, with flavours of lemon peel and bath salts all, carried along by a soft texture, a fine acidity and a persistent finish.

    The vines are grown in various sites across the Great Southern region in Western Australia, which are influenced by the warm easterly winds from the Great Australian Bight. The vines are planted at a density of 1,600 vines per hectare and are all grown on their own rootstocks. The vineyards are situated with a northern orientation, optimising the long sunlight hours, which promotes ripening and maturation of the grapes and are irrigated as required. The soil types vary, with each terroir imparting its own characteristic to the resulting wine.

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  • 2018 Noble Riesling ‘Godfreys Creek Reserve’, Saint Clair, 375mlDessert Wine, Port & Dessert Wine

    2018 Noble Riesling ‘Godfreys Creek Reserve’, Saint Clair, 375ml

    £1750

    Saint Clair Godfrey’s Creek Noble Reserve Riesling is a deliciously complex dessert wine, with a bouquet of clover honey, cinnamon and beeswax. Luscious and silky on the palate with rich orange, apricot and cocoa notes leading to a long, smooth finish.

    The fruit for Godfrey’s Creek is grown in the heart of the Marlborough Valley. The vineyard is situated on the Wairau Valley floor, where it experiences early morning dew and light afternoon breezes; a successful combination in the production of Noble Riesling. Select grape bunches were left to hang on the vine until late in the season, promoting raisining and botrytis. The grapes were hand-harvested once the desired level of sugar had been reached. This wine is only made in vintages when the season facilitates the extra hanging time required for the growth of botrytis on the grapes. The vineyard is cultivated according to sustainable practices and is accredited to Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand.

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  • 2013 Turner Vineyard Riesling, Tinpot HutWhite Wine

    2013 Turner Vineyard Riesling, Tinpot Hut

    £1795

    Fresh citrus aromatics of sweet lime and mandarin mingle with subtle floral notes. A light-bodied fresh and appealing palate displaying flavours of lime and grapefruit with a distinct mineral finish so reflective of the Blind River sub-region. Rounded and well-balanced acidity with mineral notes leads to a long pleasing finish.

     

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  • 2015 Saar Riesling ‘Schiefer’ Trocken, Willems WillemsWhite Wine

    2015 Saar Riesling ‘Schiefer’ Trocken, Willems Willems

    £1850

    Smoky earthen notes of crushed stone and salt accent crisp pineapple and nectarine notes here. While dry and lean in style, a kiss of residual sugar accentuates its juicy, mouthwatering feel. Bristling lime and tangerine acidity leads a long, lip-smacking finish rimmed with salty minerals.

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  • 2013 The Lodge Hill Dry Riesling, Jim BarryWhite Wine

    2013 The Lodge Hill Dry Riesling, Jim Barry

    £1895

    Jim Barry purchased the Lodge Hill vineyard in 1977, as he was sure it would “produce some of the best Riesling in Clare.”  Situated on the eastern ranges of the township of Clare, it is one of the highest vineyards in the Valley at an altitude of 480 metres and is ideal for producing steely, minerally Rieslings, distinctive to the area.

    This 2013 Lodge Hill Riesling has developed wonderfully over the past 7 years. In the glass, it has crystal-like clarity and a gorgeous nose that has lifted aromas of lime, papaya, white peach and cumquats.
    On the palate enticing flavours fill the mouth with intense pink grapefruit and mango at the forefront and hints of ginger and lemongrass playing a supporting role.
    A tight natural acid backbone keeps the palate focussed and refreshing.

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  • 2011 The Lodge Hill Dry Riesling, Jim BarryWhite Wine

    2011 The Lodge Hill Dry Riesling, Jim Barry

    £1895

    Jim Barry purchased the Lodge Hill vineyard in 1977, as he was sure it would “produce some of the best Riesling in Clare.”  Situated on the eastern ranges of the township of Clare, it is one of the highest vineyards in the Valley at an altitude of 480 metres and is ideal for producing steely, minerally Rieslings, distinctive to the area.

    This 2011 Lodge Hill Riesling is a magnificent example of aged Clare Valley Riesling.  The wine in the glass has crystal-like clarity, with a straw colour and green hues. The aromas are rich and lifted, with pink grapefruit, lime citrus and a hint of spice; showing its Lodge Hill vineyard heritage.  The palate is supportive of these aromas and is enhanced by a zingy natural acid backbone and flavours of mandarin, white peach and strawberry at the forefront. The wine has immense length and intensity of flavour.

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