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  1. Bollinger  - Cuvée Spéciale

    The Bollinger style is always rich, food friendly and impressive. This wine is all of those things, with power and intensity of flavour along with ripe fruit, a layer of toastiness and a dry aftertaste. This is a style of wine that can take even more bottle aging.

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

  2. Pouilly-Fuissé Veillies Vignes 'La Croix'

    There is a nice lemony nose with notes of pear and honeysuckle. The fruit is fresh and pure, and the touch of mineral reminds you that yes, you are drinking white Burgundy. Splendid purity and no lack of energy. A wine with lots of class that it will have you checking the label to see if you’re not drinking a more illustrious name! Absolutely delicious with scallops, seabass, cod, monkfish and white meats like turkey.
    Jean-Jacques Robert is discreet but he certainly knows how to make wine and we are privileged to have some!

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

  3. Chateau Montelena - Chardonnay

    Pale golden colour in the glass, with the faintest hint of green belying its youth, this Chardonnay opens with rich and intense aromas of lemon, lime leaf, citrus flowers, and a touch of honey before moving into spicy pie crust and a hint of mascarpone creaminess - all topped with a nice flinty finish. The citrus trend continues on the palate with a firm acidity and tropical star fruit. This wine has excellent mouthfeel with big full texture and a mouthcoating creaminess that nicely complements the white stone fruit (nectarine and peach) and slight green apple fruit flavours. On the finish, look for a pleasantly subtle marzipan nuttiness.

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

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  4. Bride Valley Rosé

    A very pretty wine with an elegant charm. Pale blush in colour with delicate bubbles in the glass. The fruit characteristics show beautifully with aromas of raspberry and mixed red berries from Pinot Noir and a hint of citrus and structure from the Chardonnay.

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

  5. Isole e Olena - Chardonnay

    As Paolo De Marchi started using less and less white grapes in the Chianti Classico blend, he decided to use the best Trebbiano and Malvasia grapes to increase the production for Vin Santo and to make a still white table wine from a blend of the remaining grapes. After a few attempts, he realised that the best wine was one produced from 100% Chardonnay, so grafted Chardonnay onto existing vines on the estate. 1987 was the first vintage for the ‘Collezione De Marchi Chardonnay’. The Chardonnay is made in a more Burgundian style than most in Italy. It remains on the lees in 1/3 new oak barrels 10 months (up to 12 months depending on the vintage). During the first six months the wines is stirred occasionally, in the Burgundian style. Fresh and aromatic, with cream, ripe pineapple and lime aromas that follow through to a full body, with lively honey, ripe apple and toasty oak character. Long and rich with intense flavours.

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

  6. Bride Valley, Blanc de Blancs 2014

    A crystal clear Blanc de Blancs that shows the chalky soil and freshness from a light vintage, and very young vines. The palate is fruity with hints of brioche, a lean citrus edge on the palate with fine mousse and racy acidity.

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

  7. Pol Roger Champagne

    Floral and soft in extreme youth, the Pinot Noir soon reveals itself in a firm yet creamy structure, with plenty of zesty fruit and true depth. Beautifully presented, it makes an ideal gift or special occasion Champagne.

    750ml bottle

    €65.50

  8. Agrapart & Fils - 7 Crus

    A magnificent non-vintage Champagne expressing the purity of impeccable Chardonnay fruit from vineyards located in the Côte des Blancs including Grand Cru vineyards in Avize and Cramant. 7 Crus is a blend of two vintages and is aged at least two years 'sur lattes'. Dosage of 7g/l. Absolute fruitiness and freshness, utter elegance and lasting length.

    750ml bottle

    €69.50

  9. Christophe Mignon Coup de Foudre

    This is the latest release from Christophe, made from equal parts of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier. After first fermentation it spends 9 months in new oak before bottling. It then sits on its lees for a further three years before disgorgement and the addition of 7gm/ltr of cane sugar.
    The result is well balanced champagne with pleasant aromas of dried fruit and vanilla, which won a 'coup de couer' in the 2011 Gault et Millau Les Meilleurs Vins de France.

    750ml bottle

    €69.50

  10. Charles Heidsieck-Brut Réserve Champagne

    Radiant pale gold with fine, persistent bubbles. Complex pastry aromas, with an opulent combination of ripe apricot, mango and greengages, dried fruits, pistachio and almond. The palate begins with a silky smooth sensation, developing into ripe fleshy apricot, melon and enticing plum pastry notes and delicate spice. A perfect balance of freshness and generosity.

    750ml bottle

    €69.50

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