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  • 2018 Chiaroscuro Organic, Seresin EstateWhite Wine

    2018 Chiaroscuro Organic, Seresin Estate

    £2049

    This delicious from Seresin is a harmonious marriage between the three aromatic varietals, this wine brings much lightness and elegance to the palate. Bright with dense, ripe citrus fruits and yellow peach, also white flowers, yet the wine is also savoury and spicy, textured and structured. A wine with huge personality that is often changing, depending on the drinker’s mood!

    It is made by co-fermenting Pinot Gris, Riesling and Gewürtztraminer. The juice from all three varieties is tasted by Seresin’s winemakers and viticulturalist and blended before fermentation, giving this wine a unique character that is different from that of a wine blended post-ferment. The complex nose shows fruit, spice and floral notes. The palate is rich and textural, with a structured elegance and vibrant acidity, providing a clean finish.

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  • 2018 Carmenère ‘TH’, UndurragaRed Wine

    2018 Carmenère ‘TH’, Undurraga

    £2050

    Head winemaker Rafael Urrejola has spent a great deal of time understanding the diversity of Chile’s vineyard sites; the result is the emblematic ‘Terroir Hunter’ range.

    This is smooth as silk Carmenère with an intense expression of fresh raspberries and cherries, complemented by subtle hints of green pepper. On the palate, notes of dark chocolate and sweet berried fruit are enveloped in smooth, elegant tannins and a vibrant acidity that lends a fresh, juicy finish.

    The grapes come from a specifically chosen vineyard in Peumo, on the western side of the Valle de Cachapoal, in an area known for producing the best Carménère wines in Chile. The climate in Peumo suits Carménère; its latitude ensures high temperatures throughout the ripening period, but its proximity to the Pacific Ocean results in gentle breezes that encourage the grapes to retain acidity, resulting in fresh flavours and aromas in the wine. The vineyard is situated at 171 metres above sea level, where the red clay soils are one metre deep and retain moisture to nourish the vines.

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  • 2017 Cabernet Franc ‘TH’, UndurragaRed Wine

    2017 Cabernet Franc ‘TH’, Undurraga

    £2050

    Head winemaker Rafael Urrejola has spent a great deal of time understanding the diversity of Chile’s vineyard sites; the result is the emblematic ‘Terroir Hunter’ range.

    Intense black fruit aromas are complemented by hints of cedar, spice and floral touches of violets as well as characteristic graphite and herbal notes. Firm tannins surround a fresh, textured palate with harmonious balance.

    The Cabernet Franc grapes were sourced from a selected vineyard planted exclusively for this range in Catemito, in the Valle de Maipo. The daily temperatures during the summer are lower in this area than in the rest of the Valle de Maipo, decreasing substantially in March and April, providing the ideal conditions for the tannins to ripen completely and to ensure that the fresh aromas and flavours are preserved. Catemito is located on an alluvial terrace which was formed in the Holocene period, approximately 10,000 years ago.

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  • 2016 Clos de la Chaise Dieu Monopole, Chateau de SantenayWhite Wine

    2016 Clos de la Chaise Dieu Monopole, Chateau de Santenay

    £2075

    This Chardonnay is bright, pale gold in colour. The nose is bursting with notes of white peach and citrus with a delicate touch of fresh hazelnut. The palate is lively and full, balanced by a refreshing acidity. The finish is long and delicate.

    Situated in the commune of St. Aubin, this single monopole vineyard lies on a south-south-west facing hillside, very near the Château’s plot “En Vesvau”. The soil consists of light clay and sand on top of a limestone fault. The Chardonnay vines benefit from perfect drainage conditions, resulting in the production of elegant white wines

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  • 2021 Sauvignon Blanc Pioneer Block 1 Foundation, Saint Clair Wine Republic Heros White Wine

    2021 Sauvignon Blanc Pioneer Block 1 Foundation, Saint Clair

    £2075

    This Sauvignon Blanc is a powerful and intense wine with an aromatic nose of white currant, capsicum and fragrant tropical fruit with a hint of thyme. Luscious ripe blackcurrant and lime flavours envelop the palate, which has a chalky texture. This is a pure and focussed Sauvignon Blanc with a long, lingering finish.  Drinking beautifully now and best enjoyed over the next two to five years.

    This vineyard site has been the foundation for some of Saint Clair’s finest wines. This is the vineyard where Saint Clair Family Estate first discovered the fruit to make their flagship Saint Clair Wairau Reserve Sauvignon Blanc. The fruit is sourced from a single vineyard in the lower Wairau Valley. The Block One site was previously part of the Wairau flood plain and is renowned for its deep, highly fertile, free-draining soils, which have been built up over time and help to produce the intensity of flavour in the resulting wine. The vineyard has a flat profile and is situated approximately three metres above sea level. It is now protected from flooding by a stopbank. Located in a slightly cooler site than the majority of the Marlborough Valley, the vines have a slower annual ripening period. The fruit is carefully monitored during the ripening stage and is harvested during the cooler evenings, at maximum flavour maturity and physiological ripeness.

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  • 2020 Sauvignon Blanc ‘Barrique’, Saint Clair Wine Republic Heros White Wine

    2020 Sauvignon Blanc ‘Barrique’, Saint Clair

    £2095

    The wine displays complex aromas of green coffee bean, vanilla pod and maple syrup are complemented by notes of wildflowers, crushed herbs and just a hint of gunflint. The palate is rich and unctuous with layers of ripe papaya, nectarine, cocoa powder and toasted hazelnut with hints of red berry and cassis.

    The grapes come from three rows of vines in one of Saint Clair’s best vineyards in the lower Wairau sub-region of Marlborough. The vineyard soils are nutrient-rich and free draining. The maritime climate and close proximity to the sea create a high diurnal temperature difference resulting in a long ripening period, concentrating the fruit flavours while retaining refreshing acidity. The fruit is left to hang a week longer than the fruit for Saint Clair’s traditional Sauvignon Blanc. The grapes are hand-harvested, with only the highest quality bunches being selected.

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  • 2016 Bouzeron ‘Les Corcelles’, GouffierWhite Wine

    2016 Bouzeron ‘Les Corcelles’, Gouffier

    £2095

    Textured with spicy notes of fennel and toasty oak, through to a lovely, long and sustained finish

    The vineyard is situated in the heart of the AOC Bouzeron in the Côte Chalonnaise. The east-facing plot is planted with an Aligoté strain called ‘Golden’, the vines are low yielding and produce exceptionally aromatic grapes. The climate is continental, with warm summers and cold winters and excellent diurnal temperature differences. The vineyard is cultivated using organic preparations and the use of chemical herbicides is strictly prohibited. The double Guyot trained vines are carefully managed between the spring and summer months to ensure optimal conditions for healthy, mature grapes at harvest time; with strict de-budding, leaf thinning and ploughing of the soil. The vines are grown in marly-chalk soils from the Jurassic period.

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  • 2013 Montessu, Agricola PunicaRed Wine

    2013 Montessu, Agricola Punica

    £2095

    Punica is a collaborative venture between some of the most prominent names in the Italian wine world such as the cooperative producer Cantina di Santadi in Sardinia, Tenuta San Guido of Sassicaia fame and legendary Italian winemaking consultant, Giacomo Tachis, among others.

    This 2013 Montessu is a beautifully fresh red wine with floral aromas of fresh red berries, smoky vanilla and fresh herbs.  The palate is full of concentrated plum, dark cherry and a lovely subtle spice note. Ageing in old oak has softened the texture and provided balance without adding any overt oak character.  It turns sweeter with air, delivering superb energy and focus on the very smooth, long finish that is mineral with a powerful flavour of bitter cherry that lifts the palate.

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  • 2020 Sancerre Rosé, Domaine de la VillaudièreRose Wine

    2020 Sancerre Rosé, Domaine de la Villaudière

    £2095

    This salmon-pink Sancerre Rosé from Domaine de la Villaudière has a powerful bouquet that combines red berry fragrances of strawberry, cherry and red currant, with spicy nuances. Beautifully balanced freshness and smoothness are complemented by a lovely full character. The floral and fruity aromas nicely line the palate and the finish is light and long.

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  • 2018 The Derelict Vineyard Grenache, d’Arenberg Wine Republic Heros Red Wine

    2018 The Derelict Vineyard Grenache, d’Arenberg

    £2095

    2018 was an exceptional year for Grenache in the McLaren Vale. An absolute abundance of fruit on the nose, with all the classics, blueberry, plum, liquorice, spice and earth. The palate too is full of presence. Juicy and generous but with a seam of crunchy tannin and lively acid that add structure and fresh punch to the wine. All of these big rich fruits are wrapped around a graphite almost ferrous like framework. Immediately drinkable but undoubtedly a Grenache built for time. If enjoying young be sure to decant or at a minimum allow it to breath in the glass. Your patience will reward you.

    The name of the wine is inspired by the time in the 1980s and early 90s when Grenache was considered unfashionable, Chester acquired many old bush vine, overgrown and abandoned vineyards. These vineyards still have a slightly dishevelled appearance, but they are back producing very low yields of exceptional fruit.

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  • 2021 Block 3 Sauvignon Blanc ’43 Degrees’, Saint Clair Wine Republic Heros White Wine

    2021 Block 3 Sauvignon Blanc ’43 Degrees’, Saint Clair

    £2095

    This Sauvignon Blanc is distinctively Marlborough with green notes of gooseberry, nettle and blackcurrant bud. The fresh, vibrant palate layers blackcurrant with tropical passion fruit, white peach and a mineral, slightly salty richness which leads to a long, lingering finish.

    The fruit was sourced from the fertile, deep, free-draining silt-loam soils of the lower Wairau Valley. The rows are planted north-east to south-west at a 43-degree angle rather than the typical north to south. This leads to slightly greener characters in grapes on the south facing side and more tropical characters in grapes on the north-facing side. The resulting wine is multi-dimensional and complex. The site is cooler than some other areas of the valley and hence slower to ripen. The distinguishing flavour is of crushed herbs – which is one often associated with the coastal Awatere region. Careful monitoring during ripening and harvesting in the cool of the evening ensures fruit of maximum flavour maturity and physiological ripeness.

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  • 2017 Crozes Hermitage’Inspiration’, Domaine de la Ville RougeRed Wine

    2017 Crozes Hermitage’Inspiration’, Domaine de la Ville Rouge

    £2095

    Domaine la Ville Rouge cultivates its vineyard organically; the environment is respected and biodiversity is encouraged.  This is surely one of the reasons that this 2017 Crozes-Hermitage is such an elegant, sumptuous and pure expression of Syrah. It is almost black in colour, offering intense aromas of red fruits with savoury hints of black olives. Spicy peppery notes come through on the silky palate.

    The vineyard is undergoing conversion to biodynamic status, a philosophy that recognises the connection between all living things, and utilises lunar cycles and earth rhythms to dictate viticultural timings.

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  • 2019 The Feral Fox Pinot Noir, d’Arenberg Wine Republic Heros Red Wine

    2019 The Feral Fox Pinot Noir, d’Arenberg

    £2095

    Fabulous! This wine sings in the glass. Gently poached strawberry compote with twists of maraschino cherry. Given time in the glass will leave you wanting more. As it opens the palate offers touches of truffle, spice and forest floor adding layers of serious complexity. A bright acid backbone is a guarantee that this wine will develop with attitude and grace.   Classic Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir.

    THE NAME: The feral foxes that inhabit the Adelaide Hills have developed an appetite for grapes and can often be found eating low hanging bunches during vintage. Chester says that he is nor bothered by this as these bushy-tailed critters act as crop thinners and enhance the quality of grapes that are too high for them to reach. It also has the secondary effect of providing a natural source of fertilisation when the laxative nature of the grapes take effect on the normally carnivorous foxes.

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  • 2018 Dark Prince Nero d’Avola, Fox GordonRed Wine

    2018 Dark Prince Nero d’Avola, Fox Gordon

    £2095

    Opulent yet silky, this delicious wine reveals stunning aromas of deep fruits which are enhanced by notes of Sarsaparilla and lifted floral notes of red roses. Fine supple tannins and a hint of oak lead to a rich finish.

    The Fox Gordon estate vineyards are located in the Adelaide Hills, overlooking McLaren Vale. Nestled in a natural amphitheatre, the vines are planted at an elevation of 380 metres above sea level, where cooling breezes from the ocean less than 18 kilometres away influences the microclimate. The vines are approximately 14 years old and are planted at the top of a hill at an altitude of 480 metres above sea level. It is a rocky site, which suits this very vigorous variety as the site has very little topsoil, slowing down the vigour.

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