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    Wine Republic Gift Card

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  • 2010 ‘Grains of Paradise’ Shiraz, Charles Melton Wines Wine Republic Heros Red Wine

    2010 ‘Grains of Paradise’ Shiraz, Charles Melton Wines

    £5000

    Charles Melton Wines has produced premium Barossa red wines since 1984. At that time, Charlie and a small band of Barossan winemakers turned their winemaking efforts to what was then considered a couple of unfashionable varieties: Shiraz and Grenache. These wines were initially styled on those from the Rhône but are now considered leading examples of the varieties in their own right.

    Charlie’s wines are wonderful expressions of the traditional Barossa style. Deep in colour with an excellent melding of vanillin and cedar oak aromatics,

    This 2010 Grains of Paradise is a wonderful expression of the traditional Barossa style. Deep in colour and softly perfumed with excellent melding of vanillin and cedar oak aromatics and rich Barossa Shiraz fruit. Intense coffee and mocha flavours are supported by firm tannins and richness of mouthfeel.

    Fruit from one of the vineyard’s finest Barossa blocks makes up the majority of this wine. The single-vineyard, which is located in the heart of the Barossa Valley, dates back to the early 1900s. It is a more elegant style than traditional Barossa Shiraz but still retains the warmth and generosity of the Barossa. No chemicals have been used for over five years.

    During fermentation, a mix of hand plunging and pump over techniques in the traditional style influenced this wine. The wine is finished in barrique with all the press wine included. American oak is sent to France for a 36-month European seasoning before being coopered into barriques using the immersion bending technique. The wine is then aged ‘sur lie’ to give an interpretation of the traditional Barossa style with a contemporary twist.

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  • Brut Réserve Champagne, Charles Heidsieck Wine Republic Heros Champagne & Sparkling Wine

    Brut Réserve Champagne, Charles Heidsieck

    £5000

    This is an extraordinary Champagne and in recent years the best non-vintage Champagne in the world.   This statement is backed up by dozens of gold medals, trophies and winemaker of the year awards it wins EVERY year around the world. In short this is what Champagne is meant to be – extraordinary.

    In the glass it has a radiant pale gold colour with fine, persistent bubbles. The nose is characterised by complex pastry aromas, with an opulent combination of ripe apricot, mango and greengages, dried fruits, pistachio and almond. The palate begins with a silky-smooth sensation, developing into ripe fleshy apricot, melon and enticing plum pastry notes and delicate spice. There is a perfect balance of freshness and generosity.

    Charles Heidsieck has built exceptional relationships with the best growers across Champagne. Precise selection of grapes takes place from 60 specific sites. Vineyards which are integral to producing grapes that sustain the house style are Oger for Chardonnay for its texture, floral notes and ageing ability, Ambonnay for Pinot Noir for its power, vinosity and fruit, and Verneuil for Pinot Meunier for its acidity, body and aromatics.

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  • 2014 Pinot Noir Gippsland, William DownieRed Wine

    2014 Pinot Noir Gippsland, William Downie

    £5100

    A powerful wine with great length and texture. Limited production of this outstanding Gippsland Pinot Noir from the master William Downie.

    “The nose shows strong blueberry fruit as well as tar, spice and rusted iron. The palate is textured and complex with bitter orange, olive, oregano, tarragon and blackcurrant.”
    William Downie

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  • 2013 Pinot Noir Gippsland, William DownieRed Wine

    2013 Pinot Noir Gippsland, William Downie

    £5100

    William Downie is Australian Pinot Noir royalty.  Learning his trade in the vineyards of Burgundy, Bill came back to Australia and set up his own label in Victoria’s east, specifically in Gippsland. His wines are extremely limited in nature and this 2013 is wonderfully balanced with blackcurrant, blackberry and hints of clove and nutmeg. Beautifully dense and concentrated on the palate, lifted violets and florals shine through along with the inextricably long finish.

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  • 2013 Pinot Noir Yarra Valley, William DownieRed Wine

    2013 Pinot Noir Yarra Valley, William Downie

    £5100

    William Downie is Australian Pinot Noir royalty.  Learning his trade in the vineyards of Burgundy, Bill came back to Australia and set up his own label in Victoria.  His wines are extremely limited in nature and this Yarra Valley Pinot Noir is beautifully aromatic with lifted violets and rose petal. Sourced from the Yarra Valley’s only site situated on 100% granitic soil, the wine displays elegant minerality and structure balanced with opulent fruit with a distinctive long and textured finish.

    TYSON STELZER 96 POINTS!

    “As always, the Yarra presents the most graceful persona of the Downie set, and its allure in 2013 makes it my pick of the trilogy. This is a pinot noir that elegantly harmonises pretty rose petal lift, red cherry, wild strawberry and red berry fruits with seamless texture and finely structured mouth feel, articulating the mineral character of its site with great clarity. A rose bud lift and savoury beetroot complexity heighten its beautifully fine and textural feel of mouthfilling, mineral tannin structure. Crafted, elegant, eminently mineral and enticing, don’t miss this release.”      tysonstelzer.com

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  • 2014 Pinot Noir Yarra Valley, William DownieRed Wine

    2014 Pinot Noir Yarra Valley, William Downie

    £5100

    William Downie is Australian Pinot Noir royalty.  Learning his trade in the vineyards of Burgundy, Bill came back to Australia and set up his own label in Victoria.  His wines are extremely limited in nature and this 2014 Yarra Valley offering is enchanting – aromas of red and sour cherries mixed with plum, clove and spice leap from the glass.   Fine tannins on the palate with flavours of clove, spice, meaty characters and red cherries are prominent.  Long finish.

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  • 2015 Pinot Noir Yarra Valley, William DownieRed Wine

    2015 Pinot Noir Yarra Valley, William Downie

    £5100

    William Downie’s 2015 Yarra Valley Pinot Noir is beautifully aromatic with lifted violets and rose petal. Sourced from the Yarra Valley’s only site situated on 100% granitic soil, the wine displays elegant minerality and structure balanced with opulent fruit with a distinctive long and textured finish.

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  • 2018 Beaune 1er Cru ‘Clos du Roi’, Chateau de SantenayRed Wine

    2018 Beaune 1er Cru ‘Clos du Roi’, Chateau de Santenay

    £5150

    Taken from the Clos Du Roi 1er Cru vineyard, this Pinot demonstrates the best of the Beaune sub-region and is known for its wonderful ageing potential.

    The 2018 Chateau de Santenay Beaune 1er Cru “Clos du Roi” is very dark deep garnet in the glass. The nose is concentrated with ripe black fruit married with delicate oak characters. The palate is full-bodied with elegant and big tannins. The freshness of the fruit and complexity make this a remarkable wine with great finesse and style.

     This Premier Cru vineyard takes its name from the fact that it was claimed by King Louis XI during the 15th Century following the death of Charles the Bold, the last Duke of Burgundy. The soils here are free-draining with a mixture of clay and sand, and a subsoil that has a high limestone content. This forces the roots of the vine to dig deep to find the vital nutrients and water they need, which in turn results in a high concentration of flavour within the fruit.

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  • 2007 Stonewell Shiraz, Peter Lehmann Wine Republic Heros Red Wine

    2007 Stonewell Shiraz, Peter Lehmann

    £5200

    Peter Lehmann Stonewell is a rare breed in super premium Barossa Shiraz with its balance of elegance and power. The region is known for producing wines of utmost concentration and richness, and while the Stonewell offers those characters it stands out with its purity of fruit and palate balance. The 2007 is wine sometimes overlooked as it is bookended by the 2006 and 2008 vintages, yet this is another Stonewell stunner. With blackberry and blackcurrant fruit weight with the Lehmann trademark length.

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  • 2017 Coastview Chardonnay, Big BasinWhite Wine

    2017 Coastview Chardonnay, Big Basin

    £5200

    Big Basin set out to create wines that reveal the complex nuances of the vineyards that inspire them – cool climate, ocean influenced, mountain vineyards. The steep hillsides, cooling ocean breezes and fog, and mountain soils promote the development of colour and complex flavours. They secure the quality of their fruit by keeping the yields very low and harvesting small sections of the vineyard at perfect ripeness.

    The 2017 Coastview Chardonnay from the Gabilan Mountains overlooking Monterey Bay expresses the terroir with beautiful purity and precision.  On the nose, delicate floral aromatics mingle with hints of marzipan, and stone fruit. On the palate, the wine is intense and mouth filling on the entry, unfolding to reveal a dense mid palate and a long, long finish that gives one a chance to contemplate the delicate and beautiful character of this wine. This is a wine with impeccable balance – beautiful creamy mouthfeel, brilliant acidity that keeps it fresh, and complex and nuanced flavours on the palate.

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  • 2019 Meursault Le Limozin Domaine René MonnierWhite Wine

    2019 Meursault Le Limozin Domaine René Monnier

    £5200

    2019 has been cited as an outstanding vintage and one of the best in recent years. The dry, warm conditions produced low yields of impeccably balanced, concentrated wines with searing freshness and remarkable purity.

    This elegant wine shows a buttery, toasty and honeyed nose with delicate aromas of pear and apricot combined with floral nuances. Smooth and creamy on the palate with beautifully integrated oak and a lovely long finish.

    The Chardonnay grapes were grown in the named plot of Le Limozin, which sits alongside some of the best Premier Cru vineyards in Meursault. The vines are farmed according to “La lutte raisonnée”, using sustainable agriculture methods, reducing the use of chemicals in order to respect the land and its environment.

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  • 2009 Terre Brune, SantadiRed Wine

    2009 Terre Brune, Santadi

    £5250

    This vintage was awarded the prestigious ‘Tre Bicchieri’ (3 glasses) by the Gambero Rosso wine guide.

    Terre Brune is made with very old, ungrafted Carignano (Carignan) vines in Sardinia’s southwestern coastal region known as Sulcis.  This wine is aged in fine-grained French oak barriques where it ages for a maximum of eighteen months.

    In the glass, the  2009 Terre Brune shows in an intense ruby ​​red with a slight garnet-coloured shimmer and unfolds its wonderful bouquet with the complex aromas of plums and blueberries. These notes are complemented by spicy nuances of sweet spices, laurels, juniper, tobacco and chocolate. On the palate, it is very rich, fruity and spicy with amazing elegance and sweet, noble tannins.

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  • 2016  ‘Altazor’, UndurragaRed Wine

    2016 ‘Altazor’, Undurraga

    £5250

    An exceptional wine revealing expressive aromatic layers, balanced concentration and wonderful complexity. Deep red fruits and blackberries are underpinned by earthy nuances, subtle spice and mineral notes with a touch of tobacco. The structured palate shows depth of flavour and integrated tannins, through to an everlasting finish. Drinking Window 2022 – 2030

    The grapes for this wine were carefully selected from small plots. The Cabernet Sauvignon comes from estate vineyards planted in the early 1990s, in Pirque and Los Morros, in Alto Maipo. The Pirque vineyard contains alluvial soils with medium composition with a high level of stone content, whereas Los Morros consists of soils of colluvial-alluvial origin. Both soil types have medium to low fertility, good depth of 1.5 to 2 metres and good drainage; ideal conditions to produce wines of character. The Carménère grapes come from an estate vineyard in the Colchagua Valley planted in the mid-1980s. The clay loam soil textures are dominant which is ideal for this variety as they retain soil moisture ensuring optimum and prolonged ripening. The Carignan grapes come from a rain-fed vineyard planted in 1958, in the Maule Valley. It contains soils with clay texture, high quartz content, subsoil of granitic origin and good drainage.

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  • 2016 Chianti Classico Rialzi Gran Selezione DOCG, Tenuta PeranoRed Wine

    2016 Chianti Classico Rialzi Gran Selezione DOCG, Tenuta Perano

    £5295

    Tenuta Perano is an immaculate estate located in Gaiole, in the heart of the Chianti Classico region and this is their much-lauded top wine, the Gran Selezione or Great Selection.

    Rich, ripe blackcurrant and blueberry notes are complemented by spicy hints of black pepper, toasted coffee bean and tobacco. The richness and depth are in perfect harmony with fine, integrated tannins through to a long, opulent finish.

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