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  • 2015 Seaview Vineyard Gewurztraminer, YealandsWhite Wine

    2015 Seaview Vineyard Gewurztraminer, Yealands

    £1350

    The Yealands Seaview Vineyard in the Awatere Valley is one of New Zealand’s most coastal vineyards. Breath-taking vistas of rolling hills and wild coastline define the Yealands wines. The strong offshore winds encourage the grapes to grow small with thickened skins and wonderfully concentrated characteristics.

    The Yealands Estate Single Vineyard wines such as this 2015 Estate Single Vineyard Gewurztraminer, are the truest expression of the Yealands coastal location, showcasing the unique environment and diversity of flavours across this singularly incredible vineyard.

    Bouquet: Wonderfully rich and perfumed, with aromatics of lychee and rose water.

    Palate: Shows concentrated floral, lychee and ginger flavours with a refreshing finish.

    Food Match: Enjoy with spicy dishes such as Vietnamese duck salad or Thai fish curry.

    Dietary Information: This wine is suitable for vegetarians, vegans and a gluten-free diet.

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  • 2015 Chardonnay, Falaris Hill Vineyard, Viña LeydaWhite Wine

    2015 Chardonnay, Falaris Hill Vineyard, Viña Leyda

    £1495

    This single-vineyard wines name is inspired by Phalaris, a type of grass that grows in the dry coastal lands in central and southern Chile. It begins to grow with the first rains of fall. During the summer, it turns a greenish-yellow colour very similar to that of the Viña Leyda Chardonnay.

    With a refined and complex bouquet, this wine displays ripe citrus fruit notes like orange and tangerine along with hints of chestnuts. On the palate, it is creamy, with a tangy acidity in the finish.  Its minerality lends freshness, while oak notes reflect the ageing process carried out 100% in French oak barrels for ten months. Throughout the winemaking process, this wine maintains its natural acidity and freshness.

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  • 2015 Rioja Gran Reserva, Bodegas OndarreRed Wine

    2015 Rioja Gran Reserva, Bodegas Ondarre

    £1595

    The complex and mature bouquet offers rich fruit aromas, along with hints of spice and notes of raisined fruit layered with tobacco and leather. Elegant and velvety, this is classic Gran Reserva Rioja.

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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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  • 2015 Finca Montico Rueda, Marqués de RiscalWhite Wine

    2015 Finca Montico Rueda, Marqués de Riscal

    £1695

    Riscal’s latest endeavour is to produce a single-vineyard 100% Verdejo from an old vineyard situated in the Montico estate within the borders of Rueda.   

    The nose has a marked Verdejo varietal aroma with medium intensity and hints of fennel, herbs, white blossom, pear and peach. It has a fresh, unctuous, very smooth mouth-feel, with a long, round finish. Its good acidity together with a period of ageing on its finest lees helps to keep its fresh taste longer and preserves all its aromatic complexity. This wine does not aim to impress with a powerful nose, but rather reveals a more elegant, complex varietal character.   The palate is fresh with a creamy, unctuous character.  The subtle honey and white peach flavours are utterly delicious.

    Verdejo has the capacity to age very well and this example is now at its peak after 6 years.

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  • 2015 Agiorgitiko by GaiaRed Wine

    2015 Agiorgitiko by Gaia

    £1695

    Gaia Estate is one of the pioneers of modern Greek wines and under the guidance of winemakers, Leon Karatsalos and Yiannis Paraskevopoulos they produce outstanding wines from traditional Greek varieties.  Agiorgitiko (pronounced Ah-yor-YEE-te-ko) is a fragrant red wine grape native to Greece’s Peloponnese peninsula.  It is the red grape of region Nemea, making silky smooth, fruit-packed reds with a velvety finish. This cuvée shows intense aromatic finesse evolving from ripe berries and gooseberry through to caramel and discreet oak nuances. Soft tannins underline a rich, well structured velvety body.

    The vineyards are located near Koutsi, a semi-mountainous village. The vineyards here are known for their chalky soils and good drainage. The cool temperatures, the ideal sun exposure and the steep inclination of the vineyards combine to produce lower yields than other parts of Nemea, but the berries have excellent concentration of flavour.

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  • 2015 Rioja Reserva, Ramon BilbaoRed Wine

    2015 Rioja Reserva, Ramon Bilbao

    £1695

    Ramón Bilbao Reserve is made using grapes from their vineyards at Rioja Alta, using only the best plots to create wine for ageing.  The nose is highly perfumed with notes of black fruit and fresh red berries, developing into sweet, spicy aromas of vanilla, cumin, pastries and nuances of wild herbs.  A fresh, intense mouth-feel with good acidity, ripe tannins and well-integrated alcohol. It is a balanced, harmonious wine with a palate full of ripe red fruit and sweet spices – the spicy toasty oak is delicious.  The finish is of a wine that is full-bodied and well-structured with hints of the fruit and oak experienced in the mouth.

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  • 2015 La Douzieme, Domaine Aubai MemaRed Wine

    2015 La Douzieme, Domaine Aubai Mema

    £1750

    The refined nose is driven by plum, cherry and peach with a spicy touch of garrigue (think herbes de Provence). Chewy, powerful palate with aromatic depth placing rich, suave Mediterranean flavours to the fore.

    The name is best explained by winemaker Mark Haynes: When I first started making this wine, the percentage of viognier was a twelfth of the total, about 8%, and with ‘twelfth’ being ‘douzième’ in French, the wine pretty much found its own name. (Somewhat more obliquely, from Côte Rotie we get ‘la côte’ one of whose meanings is ‘rib’ and being a feminine word, led me to Eve, who it is said was created from Adam’s twelfth rib.

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  • 2015 Bandol Blanc ‘Tradition Cuvée’, Domaine de L’OlivetteWhite Wine

    2015 Bandol Blanc ‘Tradition Cuvée’, Domaine de L’Olivette

    £1800

    Domaine de L’Olivette were one of the pioneers of the Bandol appellation when it was formed in 1941.   Bandol is a unique and magnificent amphitheatre between land and sea, bathed in sun all year round, stretching from the Sainte-Baume massif to the shore of the Mediterranean between Marseille and Toulon.   It is an exceptional site that generations of winegrowers have shaped stone by stone, to build the famous “restanques (terraces).  According to appellation law, all grapes are handpicked and yields are kept low to ensure quality over quantity.

    This 2015 Bandol Blanc ‘Tradition Cuvée’ is produced from mainly Clairette with a small amount of Rolle (Vermentino) and it has great aromatic complexity. The colour is a lovely pale yellow with light golden glints. The taste is persistent, long and sweet. It is very expressive, pleasantly and delicately fruity, releasing subtle scents of almond, lime-tree and citrus notes. This nervy wine offers roundness and fullness with long persistence of flavours. It is best if not drunk too cold, at 14-15° to enable it to express its aromas to the full.   Fish, seafood, foie gras and white meats love it.

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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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  • 2015 Le Dauphin d’Olivier Blanc, Château OlivierWhite Wine

    2015 Le Dauphin d’Olivier Blanc, Château Olivier

    £1850

    Le Dauphin d’Olivier Blanc is the second label of the Château’s white wine, though it drinks better than many Châteaux’s Grand Vin! Made with the same attention to detail as the Château Oliver Blanc. In the glass, the wine displays a lovely pale lemon colour with green reflections. On the nose, intense aromas of guava, peach and a flinty mineral tone explode from the glass with a touch of oak spice. The palate is lively and generous with a smoky, saline minerality to counterbalance the ripe tropical fruit flavours, rounded out with a slightly creamy texture that brilliantly plays off the refreshing acidity.

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  • 2015 Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Domaine Coche-BizouardRed Wine

    2015 Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Domaine Coche-Bizouard

    £1850

    From one of our favourite Burgundy producers comes this beautiful wine with pretty strawberry and crisp red cherry fruit on the nose, opening in the glass to reveal woodland fruits, tobacco and sweet spices.  Dry, with plenty of ripe fruit on the finish and mouthwatering acidity. Lip-smacking!

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  • 2015 Le Dauphin d’Olivier Rouge, Château OlivierRed Wine

    2015 Le Dauphin d’Olivier Rouge, Château Olivier

    £1950

    This is the 2nd wine of Château Olivier one of Bordeaux oldest Châteaux.   It is born on the same vineyard, raised and vinified by Chateau Olivier’s team. Le Dauphin d’Olivier is reminiscent of its older sibling by its balance and finesse, typical of Bordeaux’s “grand vins”.  The 2015 is an excellent forward drinking vintage and this wine typifies that style and is utterly delicious now.  In your glass, it is ruby red leading to a nose that is initially smoked but develops aromas of red fruits, blackcurrants and minerals. The attack is precise and the mouth is long and intense. The wine combines aromatic and tannic richness perfectly.

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  • 2015 HRB Pinot Gris, HardysWhite Wine

    2015 HRB Pinot Gris, Hardys

    £1995

    Hardys – you may have thought that they only produce those cheap supermarket wines but and its a big BUT they also produce some of Australias best premium wines.   HRB wines also known as Heritage Reserve Bin are exceptional multi-regional wines that offer incredible value and we urge you to try them!

    The 2015 Pinot Gris is a complementary blend of two cool climate regions, Tasmania and Adelaide Hills, with each region known for its high fruit intensity and structural finesse. This wine draws upon the depth of quality of fruit resources available to Hardy’s winemakers. Displaying intense aromas of apple blossom, pear and lime this blend moves seamlessly into delicate flavours of Pink Lady apple and Nashi pear. The finish displays complex tones of cream cheese, light spice and minerality that reflects the Hardys winemaking philosophy.

    HRB – Heritage Reserve Bin wines push the boundaries of winemaking through cross-regional blending of hand-selected grapes. The distinct characteristics of the grapes from each region are considered and selected to complement and enhance each other. Only the premier Australian regions for each varietal are considered for inclusion each vintage. The result is a complex, unique expression of the varietal, that retains the finest character of each terroir. The HRB range continues to evolve to provide the very best multi-regional, varietal wine from each vintage.

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