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    Wine Republic Gift Card

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    Looking to treat to someone, but not sure what to get them? Give them the gift of choice with a Wine Republic gift card!

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  • 2019 Pinot Noir, RockburnRed Wine

    2019 Pinot Noir, Rockburn

    £3095

    Expressive aromas lead to a deeply fruity palate displaying notes of red and black cherry layered with rich notes of mocha. Supple, silky tannins envelop the smooth palate through to a long finish. This wine shows classic Rockburn elegance, integrity and balance.

    Rockburn takes its name from the rugged, rock-strewn, burn-scarred landscape of Central Otago. Situated on the 45th parallel, Rockburn shares a climate that is similar to Burgundy. The vineyards are surrounded by mountains to the west, whose seaward slopes are rainforest, receiving 5,000mm of rain per annum. To the east is a barren, moon-like landscape that receives less than 25mm of rain per year. Situated between these extremes, lay the Rockburn vineyards, which are producing Pinot Noir of stunning quality.

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  • 2015 Martelo Reserva Rioja, Torre de OñaRed Wine

    2015 Martelo Reserva Rioja, Torre de Oña

    £3099

    The 2015 Finca Martelo Reserva is a juicy wine, thrilling the mouth with plentiful red and black fruit. A wise and careful ageing process in wood is appreciated in its seductive and well-balanced character and fresh sensations. It makes no attempt to hide the power of its modern profile but the character of a traditional wine and other more evolved touches are never far away. A top-quality Reserva wine produced by a winery steeped in expertise creating classic Rioja wines.

    Head winemaker Julio Saenz refers to it as “our little Burgundy” because of how closely it represents this unique location. In fact, the wine itself is a field blend, 95% Tempranillo with 5% other varieties including Mazuelo, Garnacha, and even Viura. The chalk soils and 80-year-old vines at Torre de Oña produce a fuller, riper style of Rioja, while the high altitude and Atlantic influence in Rioja Alavesa keeps the wine fresh and elegant. This style is complemented by the use of 20% French oak and shorter maturation, alongside La Rioja Alta’s ultra-traditional methods such as racking by hand.

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  • 2007 Peninsula  Shiraz, Paringa EstateRed Wine

    2007 Peninsula Shiraz, Paringa Estate

    £3150

    This really is cracking wine from the Über Cool Mornington Peninsula.  This Shiraz includes a 5% Viognier component and was matured for 15 months in a combination of new and used barriques.  

    The bouquet of this wine has spicy blackberry fruit combined with the subtle but distinctive aromatics of viognier. On the palate, the wine has plum/blackberry fruit flavours followed by some black pepper. Good length. Fine-grained tannins with long aftertaste of blackberry, liquorice and black pepper. An excellent cool-climate Shiraz.

     

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  • Champagne Collet Brut NV Wine Republic Heros Champagne & Sparkling Wine

    Champagne Collet Brut NV

    £3150

    A bright golden Champagne with a fine stream of bubbles and complex aromas of white flowers, lemon zest, quince and white peach. Delicate hints of spice, anise and herbs are layered with rich notes of puff pastry. A refreshing palate with gentle bubbles, a balanced texture and a wonderful crunch of freshness on the finish.

    A blend of over 100 Crus, this cuvée is a true voyage of the senses across the terroir of Champagne, from the Marne Valley to south of the Aisne. The composition was completed with 35% reserve wines in order to preserve the consistency of the Champagne Collet house style, year after year. This cuvée reached full maturity after a minimum of three years of bottle ageing in the historic, limestone cellars in Ay, which are centuries old.

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  • 2013 Langhe Pinot Nero, G.D. VajraRed Wine

    2013 Langhe Pinot Nero, G.D. Vajra

    £3175

    By appellation Nebbiolo cannot be planted at an altitude of 497 metres, so Aldo Vaira planted Pinot Noir at the top of Bricco delle Viole and Bricco di Vergne vineyards. and in doing so created benchmark wine for the region.

    The 2013 Pinot Nero/Noir is striking in its beauty.   The rich structure is accompanied by great delicacy and aromatic finesse, playing with the dominant note of marasca cherry. Being savoury, it surprises with its persistent and deep aroma range.

    Vajra has created this Piemontese tribute to one of his favourite grape varieties, Pinot Noir, which he feels is a point of reference for many producers and lovers of Nebbiolo. The vineyard was planted in 1999, covers 1.2 hectares at an altitude of 497 metres above sea level on sandy marine soils, with ancient fossilised deposits.

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  • 2018 Shiraz, Shaw & SmithRed Wine

    2018 Shiraz, Shaw & Smith

    £3195

    The Adelaide Hills has now proven it can make truly exciting spicy Shiraz. The key is careful site selection, low yields and restrained use of oak. The blend component from the warmer sub-area of Macclesfield gives structure and richness, whilst Balhannah contributes spiciness and perfume. This is a vibrant, modern interpretation of Australian Shiraz.  It has an intense colour, pepper-spice flavours and great intensity.

    First vinified in 2002, Shaw + Smith Shiraz has quickly garnered attention a standout cool climate Australian Shiraz and this 2012 has won multiple awards including the Australian Red, Australian Shiraz and South Australian Shiraz Trophies at the 2014 International Wine Challenge 2014.

    The fruit was sourced from vineyards in the warmer, drier parts of the Adelaide Hills, notably Lenswood and from low yielding vineyards in Balhannah, near the Shaw and Smith winery. Soils here are shallow red/brown loam over schist and clay. T

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  • 2016 Foggy Hill Pinot Noir, Tapanappa Wine Republic Heros Red Wine

    2016 Foggy Hill Pinot Noir, Tapanappa

    £3195

    In the glass the colour is deep and the hue purple-red. The wine is intense and brooding, the latent liveliness and freshness overshadowed by the ripe complex black fruit aroma and flavour of the warm ripe vintage. The wine has a significant tannin profile; they are ripe elegant tannins that will serve the wine well through bottle age. No ephemeral, lightly aromatic, soft tannin wine here.

    The north-facing slope of Foggy Hill is named for the summer and autumn fogs that roll up to the spine of the Fleurieu Peninsula from the Great Southern Ocean.

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  • 2015 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Tradition, Chateau FortiaRed Wine

    2015 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Tradition, Chateau Fortia

    £3195

    2015 was an exceptional vintage having benefitted from optimal weather conditions throughout the vintage.  The favourable weather conditions resulted in very healthy grapes at harvest. The wines are generous and rich with a wonderful structure and beautiful balance that are destined to age well.

    This is a distinguished wine offering intense and seductive aromas of ripe red-berried fruits enhanced by smoky notes and subtle spice. Full and rich on the palate with an opulent texture carrying flavours of wild strawberry, pepper and fresh liquorice through to a long finish. This is full of elegance and finesse.

    Château Fortia recently completed improvements in the vineyard, including the replanting of vines in the correct plots of land to suit the grape variety. The distinct terroir here consists of rounded quartzite stones from the Villafranchian period. These stones absorb heat during the day then radiate it at night, ensuring full grape maturity is reached.

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  • 2017 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Tradition, Chateau FortiaRed Wine

    2017 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Tradition, Chateau Fortia

    £3195

    This is a distinguished wine offering intense and seductive aromas of ripe red-berried fruits enhanced by smoky notes and subtle spice. Full and rich on the palate with an opulent texture carrying flavours of wild strawberry, pepper and fresh liquorice through to a long finish. This is full of elegance and finesse.

    Château Fortia recently completed improvements in the vineyard, including the replanting of vines in the correct plots of land to suit the grape variety. The distinct terroir here consists of rounded quartzite stones from the Villafranchian period. These stones absorb heat during the day then radiate it at night, ensuring full grape maturity is reached.

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  • Offer Brut Réserve, Champagne Duval-LeroyChampagne & Sparkling Wine

    Brut Réserve, Champagne Duval-Leroy

    £3195 20% saving

    This is the definition of an under the radar Champagne. A Champagne house with a storied history, top-quality vineyards and award-winning products, that no one really knows about!

    Since 1859, Duval-Leroy family has been perfecting the quality of its non-vintage Brut Reserve, balancing passion with aesthetics.
    The House revels in the art of blending Pinots and Chardonnays. Enriched with around fifteen crus and a generous quantity of reserve wines, Duval-Leroy Brut Reserve confirms its complexity and is recognised for its consistency.  Providing a perfect balance between finesse and power, it draws out flavours of dark chocolate, cinnamon and roasted yellow figs, expressing its subtle, melt-in-the-mouth vinosity.

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  • 2014 Tarraford Vineyard Chardonnay, Giant Steps Wine Republic Heros White Wine

    2014 Tarraford Vineyard Chardonnay, Giant Steps

    £3200

    Chardonnays from the Tarraford vineyard are exceptional and the best description I have ever seen writer is by Australian wine writer Mike Bennie, so here it is:

    The One That Goes All Minerally. Huge mineral feel, indeed, you paste this into the section under Wine Minerality in an encyclopaedia. All pebbles and talc in perfume, sure, some citrus, citrus blossom, faint bread dough notes, but you’re drawn to the flint and element rocky notes primarily. The palate does the same, flint, wet slate, smooth pebbles rolled around the palate, olive brine, green apple juice and lime comes in too. Feels quite firm despite a sense of juiciness and being dart-shaped and long. Finishes with the faintest kiss of salted nuttiness. Just beautiful. Poised and fine.
    95 points, Mike Bennie

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  • 2013 M3 Chardonnay, Shaw & SmithWhite Wine

    2013 M3 Chardonnay, Shaw & Smith

    £3200

    A contemporary and elegant Chardonnay from one of the Adelaide Hills’ most exciting producers.

    Stone fruit and citrus notes dominate the nose, continuing onto the palate. Restrained and subtle, flavours of lemon zest and grapefruit have an underlying biscuity note. There is also intensity and weight to the palate, held in check by a seam of crisp acid that keeps it fresh and tight.

    2013 was a fine growing season, with some warm days balanced by consistently cool nights. It was a relatively dry season and grapes ripened a touch earlier than usual. The weather leading up to harvest was mostly dry, ensuring perfectly healthy fruit. Hand-picked grapes were chilled overnight and then whole bunch pressed. The must was barrel fermented with over 50% wild yeasts in one-third new, one third one-year-old and one-third two-year-old French barriques (approx 228 litres) for nine months, during which time the lees were regularly stirred and partial malolactic fermentation allowed to take place.

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  • 2010 Mornington Peninsula Chardonnay, DexterWhite Wine

    2010 Mornington Peninsula Chardonnay, Dexter

    £3200

    Dexter Mornington Peninsula Chardonnay 2010 is an elegant yet full-bodied Chardonnay, comparable to a top village Burgundy in both style and quality. Hand picked fruit is gently whole bunch pressed and aged in French oak barriques (20% new). The wine shows intense flavours of lemon, peach and spiced nectarine, with a classy minerality and a long finish.

    Only 7500 bottles produced

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  • 2013 Estate Riesling, Two PaddocksWhite Wine

    2013 Estate Riesling, Two Paddocks

    £3200

    Owned by actor Sam Neill – of Jurassic Park, The Piano and Peaky Blinders fame – Two Paddocks is a fabulous winery in Central Otago that produces outstanding Pinot Noir and Riesling.

    This Estate Riesling from the 2013 vintage is estate-grown at Earnscleugh, near Alexandra, in the Red Bank Vineyard and is a brilliant wine that will excel with food.  Aromas of sweet mandarin, lemon & lime flower and minerals drift from the glass.  On the palate, it is dry with vibrant flavours of lime and lemon, crisp green apple and thyme laced elderflower that build across the palate to a long dry finish.

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