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  • Prosecco Extra Dry, Gocce di FavolaChampagne & Sparkling Wine, Prosecco

    Prosecco Extra Dry, Gocce di Favola

    £1295

    A fresh, fragrant and fruity Prosecco with aromas of pear and apple. On the palate, it is off-dry and lively with an attractively crisp finish.

    The Glera grapes are grown in the Province of Treviso in the Veneto region. This distinctive territory, with its high hills and steep slopes, is so special that it has recently been nominated to be included on the World Heritage List. The bond between this territory and product is strong; the winegrowers of this DOC area are the soul of Prosecco and an integral part of the wine’s identity.

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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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  • NV Leyda Valley Extra Brut, UndurragaChampagne & Sparkling Wine

    NV Leyda Valley Extra Brut, Undurraga

    £1650

    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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  • NV Prosecco Superiore Biologico Brut, Prapian EstateChampagne & Sparkling Wine, Prosecco

    NV Prosecco Superiore Biologico Brut, Prapian Estate

    £1975

    A delightful Prosecco showing vibrant notes of golden apple and citrus, accompanied by subtle hints of acacia blossom. Dry, with lovely structure on the palate, the ripe fruit is beautifully balanced by a refreshing finish.

    The grapes for this wine come from DOCG Valdobbiadene area. Located in the foothills, cooling hillside breezes combine with the warm Mediterranean sunshine creating the perfect microclimate for the Glera variety. The wide diurnal temperature range delivers warm, sunny days and cool nights which encourage the production of balanced, complex and aromatic grapes.

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  • Prosecco Superiore DOCG Brut, CollalbrigoChampagne & Sparkling Wine, Prosecco

    Prosecco Superiore DOCG Brut, Collalbrigo

    £1995

    This is a proper Prosecco! In the glass, small bubbles abound with an invigorating fresh nose that has hints of apple. Well balanced with good acidity. Refreshing, enjoyable and thoroughly drinkable.

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  • 2019 Vintage Brut, Chateau DereszlaChampagne & Sparkling Wine

    2019 Vintage Brut, Chateau Dereszla

    £2100

    This Tokaji Vintage Brut is made in the traditional Champagne way and is an elegant white sparkling wine, created from a blend of typical Hungarian varieties – Furmint and Harslevelu.

    The average age of vines growing on loess soils is 35 years. Harvested by hand, after sorting, passing through a press and primary vinification, the wine is subjected to secondary fermentation in bottles according to the traditional method of producing sparkling wines. The wine is on the lees for 14 months.

    Situated in the heart of the Tokaj region, the origins of Chateau Dereszla can be traced back to the 18th century. The Estate owns 27 hectares spread across the designated “Grand Cru” area, and the large diversity of soils throughout these vineyard holdings is a crucial factor in the complexity of their wines. The historic cellars were fully renovated in 2003 and equipped with state-of-the-art winemaking technology.

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  • NV Croser ‘Adelaide Hills’ Sparkling, Petaluma Wine Republic Heros Champagne & Sparkling Wine

    NV Croser ‘Adelaide Hills’ Sparkling, Petaluma

    £2150

    Petaluma Croser sparkling wine is a truly awesome wine and seriously good value, a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, made by the Champagne method.

    The Chardonnay offers nectarine, cashews and biscuity characters — the backbone of the Croser Non-Vintage palate — with the Pinot Noir providing a fine mousse and strawberry fruit lift. Incredibly bubbly, with a long-lasting dry finish.

    As is the tradition with non-vintage Champagne, this wine is a blend of the current vintage Croser with reserve wine from several older vintages — with each vintage adding distinctive qualities to the final blend. Croser Non Vintage stays true to the ‘aperitif’ style of Vintage Croser, showcasing a rich, full blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from selected sites in the cool climate Piccadilly Valley and other parts of the Adelaide Hills.

    Hand-picked fruit is whole bunch pressed or crushed and pressed, with the free-run juice then fermented using Petaluma’s specially selected yeast strain in barrique and tank. The tiraged sparkling wine is left to age on yeast lees for 12 months and disgorged on demand — this ensures the wine retains optimum freshness and vitality.

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  • Croser Sparkling Rose, Petaluma Wine Republic Heros Champagne & Sparkling Wine

    Croser Sparkling Rose, Petaluma

    £2195

    Croser Non-Vintage Rose is a perfect partner to the Croser Non-Vintage Sparkling wine. A blend of 100% Pinot Noir fruit sourced from selected cool-climate vineyards across the Adelaide Hills and combined with several back vintage reserve wines of Pinot Noir delivers a sophisticated Methode traditionelle Rose Sparkling.  Fruit for this wine was harvested after our Pinot Noir for Vintage Croser to allow the fruit to develop some riper flavours and aromas adding to its complexity.

    In the glass, the wine has a rich creamy mousse and layers of complexity with aromas of raspberries, strawberries and pomegranates combining with the biscuity, nutty brioche finish. A perfect aperitif wine, made in the renowned Croser style.

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  • Cremant D’Alsace ‘Cuvee Julien’ Brut, Dopff Au MoulinChampagne & Sparkling Wine

    Cremant D’Alsace ‘Cuvee Julien’ Brut, Dopff Au Moulin

    £2200

    Dry and elegant Crémant, showing hints of quince and white flowers, fine bubbles with good length and weight.

    Made from 50% Auxerrois, which is a sibling grape variety of Chardonnay, mainly grown in Alsace. It is an earlier ripener, added to the blend for its low acidity and body. The grapes are mainly sourced from vineyards in the Colmar area.

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  • ‘Dubl’ Falanghina Brut Spumante, Feudi di San GregorioChampagne & Sparkling Wine

    ‘Dubl’ Falanghina Brut Spumante, Feudi di San Gregorio

    £2400

    This magnificent 100% Falanghina sparkling wine is a collaboration between Pierpaolo Sirch of Feudi di San Gregorio and top Champagne producer Anselme Selosse, who collaborated in 2004 to form a “double act” combining the excellence of Anselme’s Champagne winemaking skill with Pierpaolo’s deep understanding of the uniqueness of the Irpinia terroir. The culmination of this was the launch of the “Dubl” range.

    A fresh and aromatic wine with notes of crisp golden delicious apple, peach and floral hints of camomile, complemented by rounder notes of apricot. Captivating, fragrant and dynamic on the palate with a lively, persistent mousse and a long, pleasing finish.  The wine spent 18 months ageing on its fine lees adding texture and complexity.

    The beautiful Feudi di San Gregorio vineyards are spread out over lush and gentle hills in Sorbo Serpico, approximately an hour from Naples and Mount Vesuvius. The region lies in the heart of the Southern Apennines, which is characterised by a continuous succession of mountains, hills and plains interspersed with rivers. The estate covers 250 hectares of vineyard divided into approximately 800 lots which are almost entirely devoted to native Campania vines. The vineyards are situated between 350 and 700 metres above sea level and the soils are volcanic, with a good percentage of clay. The climate is not the type of climate typically associated with southern Italy as the winters can be harsh and often snowy and the summers are breezy rather than scorching hot. The intense diurnal temperature variation, the winds that sweep through the vineyards and the exposure to the warming sun results in a unique combination set to express the full potential of the grapes.

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  • 2013 Croser Vintage Sparkling, Petaluma Wine Republic Heros Champagne & Sparkling Wine

    2013 Croser Vintage Sparkling, Petaluma

    £2795

    Petaluma Croser is one of the true premium quality sparklings produced in Australia.

    In the glass, this magnificent 2013 vintage Croser is complex, elegant and creamy with a nose redolent of honey and cashew and an alluring citrus lift. The palate shows wild strawberry Pinot characters alongside a more buttery nectarine Chardonnay before a soft yeasty finish buoyed by green apple acidity.   36 months on lees really adds to the complexity of this outstanding wine.

    All of the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes for Croser are grown in Petaluma’s Piccadilly Valley vineyards at between 400 and 500 metres ASL, on the cool south and west facing slopes of Mount Lofty and Mount Bonython in the coolest viticultural region in South Australia.

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  • Albarino Brut NV, Mar de FradesChampagne & Sparkling Wine

    Albarino Brut NV, Mar de Frades

    £2895

    The first of its kind, a sparkling Albarino.  Mar de Frades lies in the heartland of Rias Baixas. This is the truest expression of the terroir, nestled upon the Galician coast where the seawater washes up on the shore finds its way through the breeze onto the skins of Albarino grapes giving its notorious salinity.

    In the glass, this wine is lemon/golden in colour with a fine persistent bead of bubbles.  The nose is expressive and complex with white fruits, eucalyptus, almond and toast as well as that classic Albarino trait of seawater.  In the mouth, it is full, creamy and deliciously cool.  The Albarino salinity is again in full force with those white fruits and toasty notes leaving you wanting more.  Ideal as an aperitif or with starters like smoked salmon, scallops or oysters.

    The label has a thermosensitive logo so that when the wine is chilled at the right serving temperature, a blue galleon(boat) appears and disappears when it is too warm for consumption.

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  • NV ‘Chalklands’ Classic Cuvee, Simpsons Wine EstateChampagne & Sparkling Wine, English & Welsh Sparkling Wine, Sparkling

    NV ‘Chalklands’ Classic Cuvee, Simpsons Wine Estate

    £2995

    The epitome of English elegance, this rich golden sparkling wine has enticing aromas of caramelised pear and floral millefeuille, combined with bright citrus flavours, linear precision and impressive length.

    The first release of this elegant and luxurious English Sparkling Wine was awarded a Gold Medal and a “Best in Class” title at the 2019 Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championships. The 2018 vintage is equally as exquisite and as just as popular – selling out as soon as we get it!

    Simpsons Wine Estate is situated in the Elham Valley; an unspoilt seam in the North Downs of Kent where the contours of the land, the climate and the soil are excellent for viticulture. The intensely lime-rich chalk soil forms part of the same chalk ridge that stretches from southern England through Champagne and on to Burgundy. The grapes come from the Roman Road vineyard, named after the route the Romans first marched when invading England in AD 43.  They are grown on south-facing slopes, ensuring heat accumulation in the day and cold air drainage at night. The vineyard is less than eight miles from the coast, providing a crucial maritime influence insulating the fruit against intense temperature variations.

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  • Champagne Brut ‘Carte Blanche’,  Bernard RemyChampagne & Sparkling Wine

    Champagne Brut ‘Carte Blanche’, Bernard Remy

    £3395

    This fantastic value Champagne from Bernard Remy is lively and intense with a delicate and persistent mousse, refreshing notes of lime and lemon combine with floral nuances, honey and a touch of mint on the palate. This champagne blossoms with complexity and finesse.

    The vineyard sits on the undulating land over the white calcareous soils. These famous chalky soils are finely structured and more porous than other soil types, with the looser structure enabling the absorption of minerals by the vine. The chalky soils not only provide excellent drainage but also impart elegance and finesse to the resulting wine.

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  • Franciacorta ’61 Saten’ Brut, Guido BerlucchiChampagne & Sparkling Wine

    Franciacorta ’61 Saten’ Brut, Guido Berlucchi

    £3395

    The Berlucchi family winery was founded in 1955 by Guido Berlucchi, Franco Ziliani and Giorgio Lanciani. Together, they transformed Franciacorta into one of Italy’s most prestigious regions for the production of sparkling wine. In 2022, Guido Berlucchi was awarded the prestigious ‘Winery of the Year’ by Gambero Rosso.

    An elegant, smooth and refined sparkling wine, with a soft, creamy mousse enveloping complex notes of peach, apricot, tropical fruit and candied fruits, balanced by a lovely tangy freshness.

    The grapes come from the best vineyards of the Franciacorte DOCG, in Lombardy, where the topography follows an amphitheatre shape formed by ancient glacial activity. The Morainic soils were formed during the last Ice Age; gravely, stony soils are well-drained and rich in minerals. The vineyards are greatly influenced by the cold winds coming from the Alps, however, the continental climate is mitigated by the effects of Lake d’Iseo.

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