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  1. Saint Véran Veillies Vignes "Les Pommards"

    Saint Véran is an appellation in the Mâconnais region next to that of Pouilly-Fuissé. The grape of choice is of course Chardonnay and Robert Denogent's wines are among the best we have ever tasted from the Mâconnais. This Saint Véran is powerful, with a a complex nose reminiscent of Bourgognes Blanc from further north. Denogent's wines are fermented using indigenous yeasts and are aged in oak for up to 18 month which is unusual in this part of the appellation. Very rich and complex, a bit flinty and with bright acidity.

    1.5L magnum

    €115.50

  2. Larmandier Bernier 'Longitude'

    'Longitude' is a sublime biodynamic champagne created by one of the most accomplished winemakers in the region, Pierre Lamandier. Superb and pure it shows a wonderful balance on the palate with a textural richness paired with a vivid minerality due to the terroir. Expressive, elegant and long finish. Quite sophisticated.

    1.5L magnum

    €119.00

  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.

    1.5L magnum

    €119.00

    Out of stock

  4. Chateau Montelena Cabernet Sauvignon

    This wine shows deep dense plum colour with great density. The nose opens with anise and spice before moving into rich layers of blackberry and cherry compote. All that great concentrated fruit is beautifully complemented with barrel tones of vanilla and clove. It is quite youthful and lively on the palate with a good firm acid core - great for food pairing - and abundant velvety tannin. Complex layers of black fruits through the mid palate, with good barrel spice underlayment throughout, are nicely complemented by bright red fruit on the finish. This wine is quite approachable so young, but it will definitely improve with additional time in the bottle, if you've got the patience. If you do plan to drink it now, I'd recommend decanting it in order to help it open up even more.

    1.5L magnum

    €119.00

    Out of stock

  5. Les Jardins de Babylone

    A deep colour, intense ripe and exotic fruit with a complex spiciness. Impressive indeed, ripe, rounded notes of pineapple, star anise, mirabelle, guava and acacia honey with a gentle creaminess. Seductive and juicy on the finish. 100% Petit Manseng, 10.5% alcohol and approximately 125g/l residual sugar.

    750ml bottle

    €119.00

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  6. Castello di Ama - Chianti Classico

    Immersed in a mantle of olive-clad hills and vineyards, Castello di Ama, a small 15th century hamlet above Lecchi in Chianti. This ruby red that is at the same time luminous, lively, and intense. The bouquet is composed of wild red berry fruit. A gorgeous, aromatic marriage of fruit and spice mark an impressive attack, in a wine that is overall refined and stylish.

    750ml bottle

    €119.50

  7. Château Gazin

    Offers some berry and mineral character, with light dried herbs. Medium- to full-bodied, with velvety tannins and a medium finish.

    750ml bottle

    €129.00

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  8. Château Figeac - Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

    This is an impeccable Figeac, almost accessible now, but glorious in 8 years time.

    750ml bottle

    €129.00

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  9. Giuseppe Quintarelli-Valpolicella Classico Superiore

    There is no doubting Giuseppe’s impact on Valpolicella, the red wine zone located in the northeast corridor of the Veneto, and as with all of his wines, with his Valpolicella, superlatives seem the default setting for Quintarelli. Just as his Amarone is an apotheosis of the wine, so too is his Valpolicella. Savory-sweet, redolent of dark cherries and berries, touched by menthol and spice, it’s a rich, complex, otherworldly wine. This subtle, nuanced gem of a Valpolicella will once again recalibrate the scale for greatness, which is exactly what we expect from Quintarelli.

    750ml bottle

    €129.00

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  10. Château Tournefeuille Lalande de Pomerol - Seán Gilley © 2011

    The wine is made from 70% Merlot and 30% and Cabernet Franc. The majority of the vineyards are 30 year or older. The wine is fermented in concrete tanks, and then aged for 12 months in barriques with about 1/3 new oak used.

    Stylistically, there are floral notes to complement the dark cassis fruit, dark chocolate and spice notes. There is also a silky texture and fine-grained tannins that all make for a lovely well-balanced wine.

    1.5L magnum

    €129.00

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