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  1. Domaine Mas Amiel- Maury 2010

    An inky black wine made from 100% Grenache grapes. On the nose it is complex and sumptuous, offering aromas of sweet ripe black fruits, warming spices, tobacco, mocha and garden herbs. On the palate it is dense and concentrated with fruit and spice flavours dominating, and yet it’s perfectly balanced also, with soft tannins giving it structure.

    375ml half bottle

    €29.50

  2. Domaine Pouderoux - Maury

    If ever a wine went with chocolate then this is it. Made from 100 per cent Grenache Noir this vins doux naturel is packed with flavour and offers aromatic dark cherries and cassis with leather and tobacco edges, sweet and firm on the palate, with an appealing balance of fruit, tannin, alcohol and residual sugar.

    750ml bottle

    €29.50

  3. Domaine Pouderoux - Muscat De Riversaltes

    A bouquet of citrus and exotic fruit, peaches and apricots. Delicious with desserts made with white fruit and vanilla. Laid down for ten years or so, the aromas metamorphose into candied fruit and oriental spices.

    750ml bottle

    €29.50

  4. Domaine Mas Amiel- Muscat  2010

    Mas Amiel Muscat de Rivesaltes marries a somewhat saline and citric quality of lemons and limes to gently aromatic white peaches with a mineral bedrock structure to generously provide us with a wine for any number of pairings. Made of Muscat of Alexandria & Muscat a Petit Grains.

    750ml bottle

    €39.50

  5. Mas Amiel Vintage Blanc 2009

    Sweet, fresh and fruity with orange, tangerine and grapefruit notes, as well as hints of citrus zest. Quite rich in the mouth, but it’s super-fresh as well as being sweet.

    750ml bottle

    €39.50

  6. Doisy-Daëne 1975

    Like many distinguished, elderly Sauternes it has shed some of its richness but still packs a punch in both content and intensity. There is more today of the caramel and dried fruit side than those marmalade notes more typical of younger Sauternes/ Barsacs. It tastes exquisite on its own, and would make a very fine match with well chosen, not too sweet puddings, or perhaps best simply with some dried fruit.

    €189.50

  7. Château Coutet

    Light golden colour. Delicate nose. Soft and gentle,ripe and fruity on the palate. This is balanced,elegant and long. Still enjoyable. Fragrant and honeyed at the end. Glorious......

    750ml bottle

    €289.00

  8. Château Guiraud - 1er Cru Classé Sauternes

    A peaceful harvest in ideal conditions trie after trie. A lot of purity, a botrytis less active than in 1986.
    Intense nose, fresh, full bodied. Aromas reminding over ripe grapes, vanilla, pineapple, coconut, mango, guava, spices, orange, honey, acacia. In mouth, it is very concentrated, well balanced, round, fleshy, fat.
    The finish is long, long, long…ready to drink now but also with a good ageing potential.

    750ml bottle

    €295.00

  9. Château d'Yquem - Sauternes 1957

    Glorious copper,mahogany colour. Sweet, gentle nose, but complex showing creme brulee, figs. Medium bodied on the palate, no obvious botrytis, sweet on initial entry with figs, caramel and a note of custard.

    750ml bottle

    €1,995.00

  10. Château d'Yquem - Sauternes 1959

    Very deep amber colour. A quite astounding nose of orange-rind, apricot, sultanas and fig. Amazing definition and vitality. The palate is very intense, perhaps quite conservative in some ways. Unctuous texture, good acidity with marmalade, quince and apricot. There is a slight dryness on the finish, but this is a majestic, authoritative wine that demands attention. A stunning gift.

    750ml bottle

    €2,550.00

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