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    Aladame Montagny 1er Cru Decouverte

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    Tasting Notes:

    This fabulous Chardonnay from the rising star Cote Chalonnaise producer Stephane Aladame is one of the few non cooperative wines, also one of the best. The wine has a nose of expressive stone fruits with a mineral undertone. With fresh acidity, the palate is clean with citrus and ripe apricots and has a beautiful long finish.

    Organic: No | Vegetarian: No | Vegan: No Country: France | Region: Burgundy Alcohol Vol: 13% | Vintage: 2018

    £34.00
  • Albariño ‘Abadía de San Campio’

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    Founded in 1989, Terras Gauda has established itself as one of the leading winemakers in DO Rías Baixas in northwest Spain. Based in the sub-region of O Rosal, they specialise in the Albariño grape. Grown in cool, high-altitude vineyards, fermented and matured in stainless steel, that wine shows elegant notes of fresh citrus and tropical fruits coming along with peachy aromas. The mouth is round with a refreshing acidity that makes it perfect to go with seafood!

    Organic: No | Vegetarian: Yes | Vegan: Yes Country: Spain | Region: Terras Gauda Alcohol Vol: 12.5% | Vintage: 2019

    £14.99
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    Amélie ‘le Blanc’

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    Unusual blend of Marsanne, Vermentino, Chardonnay and Sauvignon blanc. Not oaked, this wine is pure pleasure! Citrus, peach and exotic fruits with a fresh finish. Great on its own!

    Organic: No | Vegetarian: Yes | Vegan: Yes Country: France | Region: Languedoc Alcohol Vol: 13.5% | Vintage: 2019

    £10.99
  • Arya, Doran Vineyards

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    Unusual blend of Chenin Blanc, Grenache Blanc & Roussanne. Doran vineyards have created a fresh and fruity wine, displaying aromas of white fruits with zesty notes. The palate is rich and fresh. A wine to have on its own as an aperitif, but will go well with pork and poultry.

    Organic: No | Vegetarian: Yes | Vegan: Yes Country: South Africa | Region: Paarl Alcohol Vol: 14% | Vintage: 2018

    £11.99
  • Badacsonyi Szürkebarat, Laposa

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    This Pinot Gris, locally known as Szürkebarat, is grown on the beautiful ancient volcano slopes of tha Balaton lake. Opulent, fruity and mineral wine to pair with veal, cod and poultries!

    Organic: No | Vegetarian: No | Vegan: No Country: Hungary | Region: Balaton Alcohol Vol: 11.50% | Vintage: 2019

    £13.49
  • Chablis

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    Céline (Jean Marc Brocard's daughter) and Frédéric Gueguen own 23 hectares of Chardonnay & Pinot Noir from Chablis to Irancy. 40 years old vines producing a fruity wine, citrus & peach, with a refreshing acidity and mineral finish. Seafood and goat cheese will please him, and if you dare, Burgundy snails!

    Organic: No | Vegetarian: No | Vegan: No Country: France | Region: Domaine Gueguen Alcohol Vol: 12.5% | Vintage: 2017

    £19.49
  • crémant brut blanc faller

    Crémant d’Alsace Brut NV

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    Domaine Faller wines

     

    Nine hectares family estate nestled in the heart of Alsace, 30 minutes south west of Strasbourg. André Faller took the lead of the 9 hectares of vines in 1995, and operated some major changes in viticulture and vinifications methods: sustainable approach, lower yields, single vineyard cuvées to express the Terroir at its best.

     

    75% Auxerrois, 25% Pinot Blanc, 18 months on lees.

     

    Ripe pear, peach and citrus peel on the nose with a touch of almond. The palate is round and smooth. A great value traditional method sparkling that will be perfect as an aperitif.

    £17.50
  • Crémant d’alsace Rosé Brut

    Crémant d’Alsace Rosé Brut NV

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    Domaine Faller wines

     

    Nine hectares family estate nestled in the heart of Alsace, 30 minutes south west of Strasbourg. André Faller took the lead of the 9 hectares of vines in 1995, and operated some major changes in viticulture and vinifications methods: sustainable approach, lower yields, single vineyard cuvées to express the Terroir at its best.

      Elegant aromas of raspberry and grenadine, in the mouth it is rich and round. A great value traditional method sparkling that will go well with some lightly sweet desserts or as an aperitif.
    £17.50
  • Crystallum The Agnes Chardonnay

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    This boutique Chardonnay produced by the Finlayson brothers has all the hallmarks of a great white burgundy, but hails from the Western Cape. Beautiful ripe citrus fruits, elegant integrated smoky oak and refreshing acidity with a very long palate.

    Organic: No | Vegetarian: No | Vegan: No Country: South Africa | Region: Western Cape Alcohol Vol: 13% | Vintage: 2020

    £28.00
  • Gewurztraminer Late Harvest 2017

    Gewurztraminer Late Harvest 2017

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    Domaine Faller wines

     

    Nine hectares family estate nestled in the heart of Alsace, 30 minutes south west of Strasbourg. André Faller took the lead of the 9 hectares of vines in 1995, and operated some major changes in viticulture and vinifications methods: sustainable approach, lower yields, single vineyard cuvées to express the Terroir at its best.

      Ripe and scented on the nose, with candied fruits notes, rose and lychee, intense with a beautiful oily texture on the palate. A wine to enjoy with pear crumble or roasted foie gras!
    £27.00
  • Gewurztraminer Tradition 2019

    Gewurztraminer Tradition 2019

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    Domaine Faller wines

     

    Nine hectares family estate nestled in the heart of Alsace, 30 minutes south west of Strasbourg. André Faller took the lead of the 9 hectares of vines in 1995, and operated some major changes in viticulture and vinifications methods: sustainable approach, lower yields, single vineyard cuvées to express the Terroir at its best.

      Aromatic nose of rose, pink pepper, and ripe stone fruits. In the mouth the wine is off-dry but balanced with a lively acidity, it has a creamy texture and a long finish. Perfect match with spicy Thai cuisine and sushi, but is locally enjoyed simply with goat cheese and slices of ripe figures!
    £18.00
  • Greywacke Botrytis Pinot Gris

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    Tasting Notes:

    "Greywacke was createdin 2009 by Kevin Judd the ex chief winemaker of Cloudy Bay since it's inception . The fruit for this wine was grown near Renwick , from a vineyard surrounding the Greywacke HQ. The vineyard is 18 years old planted with Berry-Smith clone of Pinot Gris. A warm spring caused early flowering and ripening. The vines are low yielding with smaller berries than usual which lead to increased concentration and quality. The grapes were hand harvested on the 8th of June , the shrivelled grapes were whole bunch pressed using long slow pressings, the juice was cold settled then transferred to old oak barrels for fermentation. 40% of the barrels were inoculated with cultured Yeasts the rest were allowed to wild ferment. The fermentation stopped at 105 grams per litre of residual sugar. The wine remained in barrel for a further 9 months . The nose is a melange of orange marmalade, Tarte Tatin and honey crepe brûlée. A decadent interpretation of Pinot Gris , richly flavoured with poached quince and dried fruits. A luscious sweet wine with elegant structure."

    Organic: No | Vegetarian: No | Vegan: No Country: New Zealand | Region: Marlborough Alcohol Vol: 13.5% | Vintage: 2015

    £23.15
  • Henri Bourgeois Sancerre Cuvée d’Antan

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    Located in the heart of Chavignol, the Domaine Henri Bourgeois Winery is a 10 generations family estate, running 72 hectares of organic vines around Sancerre. They have an emphasis on biodynamic viticulture, low intervention and old cask ageing on fine lees, with the winery cellars designed in such a way that they help the wines to age well and with full respect to the natural conditions. This wine is full of lime and verbena aromas, with delicate flinty nuances. On the palate you’ll find a fresh touch of grapefruits, almonds, hawthorn and coconuts. It’s minerality gives it a great length  

    Organic: Yes | Vegetarian: Yes | Vegan: Yes Country: France | Region: Burgundy Alcohol Vol: 14% | Vintage: 2017

    £42.99
  • Innocent Bystander Yarra Valley Chardonnay

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    This stunning Yarra Valley vineyard changed hands in 2016 being brought by the Brown Brothers who straight away decided to build a new winery in Healesville just across from Giant Steps , they also resigned all grape contracts previously used, continuing the cool climate style previously made. The grapes for this wine were sourced from 3 estate vineyards, Sexton, Tarraford and Applejack . All this fruit is very expressive, all was hand picked , whole bunch pressed , the free run juice was fermented on its solids using the indigenous yeast sin new and seasoned oak barrels , lees stirred monthly . No malolactic fermentation used . The nose is full of fresh pear and lemon with hints of white flowers , the palate is full of poached apple and nuts , crisp acidity and a stoned fruit core.

    Organic: No | Vegetarian: Yes | Vegan: Yes Country: Australia | Region: Victoria Alcohol Vol: 13% | Vintage: 2019

    £18.80
  • Marsanne – Viognier, Roche de Belanne

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    A crisp and flavoursome white from the pebble soils of the Languedoc coast near Beziers. On the nose, white flowers, honeysuckle and stone fruits such as apricots create an evocative bouquet, which is followed through on the medium bodied palate with ripe peach and apple flavours which lead to a fresh, zesty finish.

    Organic: No | Vegetarian: Yes | Vegan: Yes Country: France | Region: Languedoc Alcohol Vol: 12.5% | Vintage: 2019

    £9.49
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    Mt Difficulty Bannockburn Sauvignon Blanc

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    The grapes for this wine fall under two criteria , firstly that they are managed and grown by Mt Difficulty viticulturist 's , and secondly that they are grown in one the Bannockburn vineyards south of the Kawasaki river in the southern Cromwell basin. The 2019 vintage had enormous weather variances. The season started warm , then a cold snap in November including some snow . Weather during flowering was patchy but overall successful. An oddity of the season was cool days and warm nights , early rains all the way through to January. Then cool but dry conditions through to April. The grapes were harvested on May 2_3rd which is really late , pressed and fermented with indigenous yeasts in cooled stainless steel vats , rested on its lees for 4 months being stirred weekly. The wines has aromas of bell pepper , gooseberry with a hint of passion fruit . Gooseberry on the palate followed by a textured mid palate , refreshing acidity with passion fruit on the finish .

    Organic: No | Vegetarian: Yes | Vegan: Yes Country: New Zealand | Region: Marlborough Alcohol Vol: 13.5% | Vintage: 2019

    £17.00
  • Pecorino

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    Pecorino is not the most famous italian white grape, yet it produces very pleasurable wines! Terre di Chieti IGT is sandwiched between the mediteranean and the Apennine mountains, providing the region with some cooler temperatures. This wine is medium bodied, fresh and easy, with white fruits and floral aromas with a touch of almond.

    Organic: No | Vegetarian: Yes | Vegan: Yes Country: Italy | Region: Abruzzo Alcohol Vol: 13% | Vintage: 2019

    £10.49
  • Pinot Gris Tradition 2019

    Pinot Gris Tradition 2019

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    Domaine Faller wines

     

    Nine hectares family estate nestled in the heart of Alsace, 30 minutes south west of Strasbourg. André Faller took the lead of the 9 hectares of vines in 1995, and operated some major changes in viticulture and vinifications methods: sustainable approach, lower yields, single vineyard cuvées to express the Terroir at its best.

      Ripe peach and floral notes along with sweet aromas, on the palate it is dry and round. An easy Pinot Gris to enjoy every day of the week!
    £12.50
  • Pinot Noir Tradition 2018

    Pinot Noir Tradition 2018

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    Domaine Faller wines

     

    Nine hectares family estate nestled in the heart of Alsace, 30 minutes south west of Strasbourg. André Faller took the lead of the 9 hectares of vines in 1995, and operated some major changes in viticulture and vinifications methods: sustainable approach, lower yields, single vineyard cuvées to express the Terroir at its best.

      A classic Pinot displaying intense aromas of raspberry, strawberry. Refreshing and yummy on the palate, this wine will go beautifully with mild cheeses and charcuteries!
    £15.50
  • Quincy Domaine des Ballandors

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    Quincy was the first French white wine to be given AOC status in1936. Jean and his wife Chantal Tatum farm 20 hectares in Quincy making Classic crystalline Sauvignon Blanc planted on Kimmeridgian limestone giving purity and minerality . The grapes come from 4 parcels of vines in the heart of Quincy on the banks of the River Cher. 90% of the vines were planted in the 60's. All parcels have different soils . 2019 was a drought vintage. So reduced in size due to three heatwaves. Harvest started in first week of September. The wine is bright yellow with lively citrus aroma, Granny Smith apple and fresh cut grass and subtle floral notes . A refreshing palate with lemon intensity, and bright acids and a long and lingering finish.

    Organic: Yes | Vegetarian: Yes | Vegan: Yes Country: France | Region: Loire valley Alcohol Vol: 13.5% | Vintage: 2019

    £16.60