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  1. Tenuta San Guido Guidalberto

    Guidalberto, a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot kissed with Sangiovese, is a preferred drinking wine by many Bordeaux-blend-loving consumers. While not as introspective as Sassicaia, Guidalberto nonetheless shares the pedigree, quality and elegance of Sassicaia. Dense, intense and vibrant, Guidalberto shimmers with bright red cherries and brambly blackberries, even as its tannins ripple like velvet. It’s a lovely operetta of a wine, strewn with roses, dusted with spice and blessed with a striking, attenuated finish.

    750ml bottle

    €149.50

  2. Chateau de Pibarnon

    Undeniably, the sun-kissed region of Bandol produces some of Provence's greatest red wines. Located just east of Marseilles and Cassis, the appellations regulations stipulate that Bandol rouge must be made with a majority of the powerful Mourvedre grape and from vines a minimum of 8 years of age. In addition, all harvesting is done by hand, with red wines undergoing a minimum of 18 months in oak before release. Rich and deep, with excellent ageing potential and tremendous character, a well seasoned Bandol is the quintessential accompaniment to one Provence's most famous delicacies, a Gigot d'Agneau (garlic studded leg of lamb). 95 points and a Highly Recommended from the Wine Spectator

    750ml bottle

    €89.50

  3. Tignanello

    "One of the best Tignanellos ever made. Aromas of currants and blueberries with hints of flowers. Full body, with fine tannins and a refined finish. A red that delivers balance and beauty. Rich and gorgeous. Best Tignanello in years."

    750ml bottle

    €89.50

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  4. Castelmaure Rouge

    Satin-Smooth Corbières made by our friends at their mini-coop in the village of Embres. This is a wine that explodes with smooth, young, ripe black fruits. The blend of Carignan, Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault gives a soft, easy-drinking style with luscious red and black flavours. Silky palate with with a touch of spiciness. This wine makes us feel hungry! Lamb casserole, roast beef, roast chicken would go perfectly. If there was ever a perfect example of an inexpensive wine that can be enjoyed everyday, it would be Castelmaure 2012. The truth is – it's sensational!

    1.5L magnum

    €49.50

  5. L'Abeille de FieuzalRouge - © Seán Gilley 2013

    Licorice, black cherries, earth, smoke and spicy aromatics open to a polished wine, with a soft textured, black raspberry finish. The 2011 was produced from a blend of 45% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc and 5% Petit Verdot. Goes great with... Roast Beef Steak, Roast Lamb & Game & Venison.

    750ml bottle

    €49.50

  6. Madeira: the Islands and their Wines

    Richard Mayson one of the world's leading authorities on Madeira has written a unique book on the island of Madeira and its wines and explains what it is that makes Madeira so special. Richard is a lecturer and consultant on wine, writing articles for Decanter and The World of Fine Wine magazine, award-winning author of five books on wine, Chair of the Decanter World Wine Awards for Port & Madeira Wine. 'Madeira: The Islands and their Wines' Mayson's latest book is a very fine, concise and up-to-date introduction to Madeira. "There is a depth of knowledge and information in this book delivered with a limpidity that I found captivating." Jancis Robinson

    €39.50

  7. Domaine Arretxea 'Hegoxuri'  -  © Seán Gilley 2012

    This white wine is a blend of 55% Gros Manseng, 42% Petit Manseng and 3% Petit Courbu coming from a mix of soils: slate, clay with rough stones and limestone. This has a golden yellow colour with a fine skin-contact nose, melony, with lime rind and a touch of spice. Delicious mouth-filling palate, with lots of powerful flavour and concentration. Quite long, with substantial fruit sweetness but a dry, savoury core of acidity and definite saline, mineral character. A big, substantial wine with great freshness.

    750ml bottle

    €35.50

  8. Les Sorcières

    “Expressive nose of black fruit, the mouth explodes with fruit. Finesse and elegance complement this real pleasure wine”.
    2010 vintage Guide Bettane-Desseauve, 2012

    750ml bottle

    €29.50

  9. La Bastide du Claux - Le Claux

    La Bastide du Claux 'Le Claux' is a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre with average vine ages of 60, 40 and 80 years respectively. The wine is aged on its lees for 15 months to add richness and complexity. (the Syrah is aged in oak barrels - 228l and 700l - and the Grenache and Mourvèdre are aged in tanks). Yields are quite low: 28hl/ha. Le Claux is poised with an elegant structure and rich, almost savoury fruit.

    750ml bottle

    €29.50

  10. Quinta do Centro Pedra Basta

    Fabulous and powerful wine made by wine writer Richard Mayson. He is a well known contributor with Decanter Magazine and wrote five books on Portuguese wines. This wine is from Alentejo at an altitude of 500m. Pedra Basta (meaning ‘enough stone’) is a blend of Trincadeira, Aragones, Alicante Bouschet and Cabernet Sauvignon planted 15 years ago. An inviting plum and fig nose this is a delicious, ripe full-flavoured wine. A rich full and round palate of great balance, displaying rich Alentejo berry fruit characters, with integrated oak tannins and a great length of finish. Aged 12 months in French oak.

    750ml bottle

    €22.50

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