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  • 2019 Benchmark Chardonnay, Grant BurgeWhite Wine

    2019 Benchmark Chardonnay, Grant Burge

    £850

    Just like its Shiraz sibling, this is an incredible wine for the money.   The famous Australian wine critic, James Halliday describes it as ‘risk-free’ wine and we can certainly see what he means.   The Benchmark wines from Grant Burge are designed to over-deliver, they are fruit-driven wines with good balance, which can be enjoyed without years of cellaring.

    This 2019 Chardonnay is exotic on the nose with tropical fruits such as pineapple and mango coming to the fore.  The palate is velvety soft with flavours of melon and peach accompanied by a rich well-rounded finish that continues long after tasting.

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  • 2019 Chardonnay, UndurragaWhite Wine

    2019 Chardonnay, Undurraga

    £895

    Undurraga is one of Chile’s most prestigious wineries, consistently receiving high scores from top wine critics. This 2019 is an unoaked Chardonnay with enticing aromas of vanilla leading to a fresh palate with a hint of honey and tropical fruits.

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  • 2019 Chardonnay, Tierra AnticaWhite Wine

    2019 Chardonnay, Tierra Antica

    £895

    A creamy yet elegant wine with luscious tropical fruit and white peach flavours, beautifully balanced by a fresh finish.  The grapes are sourced from Central Valley and in the main handpicked.   The quality to price ratio that this wine offers is the reason Chile is such an outstanding wine-making country at all price levels.

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  • 2019`Torre del Falasco` Corvina, Cantina ValpantenaRed Wine

    2019`Torre del Falasco` Corvina, Cantina Valpantena

    £895

    Bright and fresh on the nose, this wine opens with perfumes of juicy red cherries. Youthful with a soft, approachable structure that is given depth by the partial drying process, this is a well-balanced wine with lovely bitter cherry notes on the finish.

    The grapes for the Corvina Veronese are grown on the steeply terraced, hillside vineyards belonging to the co-operative, which are situated 100 – 300 metres above sea level. The vines are Guyot trained on poor chalky soils.

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  • 2019 Clos Dalian Garnacha Tinta, Cellers UnioRed Wine

    2019 Clos Dalian Garnacha Tinta, Cellers Unio

    £975

    This incredible value wine is produced by the Cellers Unio co-operative in Terra Alta, west of the Catalonia coastline. Garnacha thrives in these hot conditions, while the local winds blow through the vineyard, helping to temper the heat and keep the vines clean.

    The wine opens in the glass with expressive aromas of flowers and red fruits with some really interesting balsamic notes.  The palate is ripe, fresh and fruity with a touch of sweetness.

    Brilliant Grenache for the money.

     

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  • 2019 Sauvignon Blanc Reserva, Viña EcheverríaWhite Wine

    2019 Sauvignon Blanc Reserva, Viña Echeverría

    £995

    This vibrant and pristine Sauvignon Blanc combines grassy aromas of fresh herbs and green pepper, with citrus notes of grapefruit and lime. The palate is fresh and crisp, with lovely balance and a fruity finish.

    The vineyard for this wine’s fruit is located in Molina in the Curicó Valley at an altitude of 243 metres. It is situated on the 35th Parallel South, between the Andes Mountains and the cool Pacific Ocean. The warm dry days and cold nights encourage a long growing season. Intense sunshine is tempered by cooling sea breezes, allowing the grapes to achieve outstanding fruit aromas and exceptional colour concentration. Working with a model of micro viticulture, each plot, of no more than half a hectare, is identified according to its terroir and microclimate and planted accordingly. Grapes are subjected to specific pruning, irrigation, canopy management and harvesting, which results in grapes of optimum quality and flavour.

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  • 2019 Long River Chardonnay, Dowie DooleWhite Wine

    2019 Long River Chardonnay, Dowie Doole

    £995

     A Dowie Doole interpretation of the Classic Australian Chardonnay.  Chief Winemaker Chris Thomas has crafted a flavour-packed wine with a bouquet of fresh peaches and pears, a crisp citrus palate and a lively lingering finish.

    The grapes for this wine are sourced from select vineyards alongside Australia’s longest river, the Murray.  Designed to be drunk now and over the next year, it is a great wine to match to mussels, risotto and any white meats.

     

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  • 2019 Long River Shiraz, Dowie DooleRed Wine

    2019 Long River Shiraz, Dowie Doole

    £995

    The Long River Shiraz is made by Dowie Doole Chief Winemaker Chris Thomas and is sourced from selected vineyards grown alongside Australia’s longest river, the River Murray in South Australia. Pure 100% Shiraz this red wine exhibits aromas of plum, clove and pepper alongside notes of vanilla and mocha from the use of oak. The fruit from the nose flows onto the palate bursting with luscious flavours of plum and vanilla giving the wine a long lingering finish.

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  • Offer 2019 Garnacha ‘Evodia’, Bodegas San AlejandroRed Wine

    2019 Garnacha ‘Evodia’, Bodegas San Alejandro

    £1042 25% saving

    An elegant expression of Garnacha with effortless notes of raspberry, sweet and sour cherry laced with distinctive minerality. Smooth with a savoury note on the palate, this is full of finesse.

    The grapes come from old Garnacha vines that are grown at high altitudes, ranging from 800 to 1,000 metres elevation. The extreme climate of hot days and cool evenings promotes a long, ripening period concentrating the flavours and aromatic complexity of the grapes.

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  • Offer 2019 Malvasia Nera ‘Talo’, San MarzanoRed Wine

    2019 Malvasia Nera ‘Talo’, San Marzano

    £1046 25% saving

    This is a wonderfully rich wine that has an intense and complex bouquet rose petals, blueberries and wild herbs.  A full-bodied wine with delicious flavours of Morello cherry and vanilla notes through to a smooth finish.  Puglian reds can sometimes reflect the heat of this part of Italy a little too much – this wine is strikingly different, fresh and juicy with almost no tannin.

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  • 2019 Phebus Malbec, Bodegas FabreRed Wine

    2019 Phebus Malbec, Bodegas Fabre

    £1095

    Bodegas Fabre produces a range of wines which showcases the depth and elegance that Argentina can offer. Their wines have won praise from the critics and have earned them close to 200 international awards in the last 10 years alone.

    This 2019 Phebus Malbec is full of powerful red fruits and spices that explode first on the nose and then on the palate, followed by a hint of liquorice mixed with light smokey tones. Perfect with roast lamb, grilled steak, game and vegetable risotto.

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  • 2019 `Hécula` Organic Monastrell, Bodega CastanoRed Wine

    2019 `Hécula` Organic Monastrell, Bodega Castano

    £1095

    A Monastrell from 50 year-old-vines, Hecula is a deep, alluring purple in the glass, boasting aromas of blueberry, wild raspberry, and liquorice with hints of violet and allspice. On the palate, it is full-bodied, with an inviting richness. Notes of toasted cedar and nutmeg are neatly integrated with red berry fruit. Silky mouthfeel and soft, ripe tannins are balanced by the wine’s juicy acidity.

    This wine is from Las Gruesas and Pozuelo vineyards which are situated at an altitude 750 metres above sea level. This area has a very different microclimate from the rest of the region which is clearly continental. It has minimum temperatures of -10°C in winter and up to 42°C in summer. The area is prone to infrequent but heavy spells of rain. The average age of the vines is 50 years old and the density is 1,600 vines per hectare. Soils are a mix of sandstone and limestone.

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  • Offer 2019 Primitivo di Manduria ‘Talo’, San MarzanoRed Wine

    2019 Primitivo di Manduria ‘Talo’, San Marzano

    £1121 25% saving

    A rich and opulent wine with vibrant flavours of ripe cherries and plums combined with subtle overtones of cocoa and vanilla. Velvety and textured with brambly fruits on the palate and a warm finish, this packs a punch of flavour.

    Talo is the surname of one of the winegrowers that have supplied San Marzano for many years. San Marzano recognises the contribution their producers make, with whom they work closely to achieve the best from their land. The outstanding quality of these wines could not be created without them. The vineyard is located in Salento, Puglia at approximately 100 metres above sea level. The soft soil layer is clayey and quite thin, with a good presence of rocks, making it an ideal growing location for vines.

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  • 2019 Casimir Rosé, Domaine Aubai MemaRose Wine

    2019 Casimir Rosé, Domaine Aubai Mema

    £1150

    Made from Grenache grapes from 50-year-old vines this is simply a stunning mouthwatering rosé.  Pale in colour with a delicious textural mouthfeel.

    Forbes Magazine: “A lot more than a swimming pool rosé thanks to its restrained muscularity topped off with a beguiling infusion of strawberries.”

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  • 2019 ‘Est-Ouest’ Côtes du Rhône, Domaine André BrunelRed Wine

    2019 ‘Est-Ouest’ Côtes du Rhône, Domaine André Brunel

    £1150

    This is a spicy, juicy Côtes du Rhône with exuberant ripe red fruit framed by a good structure, rounded tannins and a lovely balance. A delicious and approachable Rhône blend with an elegant finish.

    The vines are grown in two plots located to the east and west of the Rhône (hence the name) and impart the complexity of the different Rhône terroirs. The complementary qualities from these two terroirs allow the 35-year-old Grenache vines to reveal all their potential: elegance and finesse come from the small yields of 35 hectolitres per hectare and clay-limestone subsoil of the Saint Geniès de Comolas terroir in the Gard, while the round pebbles and clay subsoil of the Travaillan in the Vaucluse impart structure and power to the blend.

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