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  1. Barolo, Sacco, 2013

    Often considered one of Italy's greatest wines, Barolo is definitely one of the most famous and a must try for it's classic tar and roses aromas. This Barolo from the Rocca estate is a classic, dry and austere, autumnal Nebbiolo from this famous Piemonte region. It will delight with its intense bouquet of mature red fruit and tobacco and the ethereal "Tar and Roses" of classic mature Barolo. It is at the lighter end of the Barolo spectrum and fully mature, so expect a more gamey style well suited to roast pheasant, aged beef and other fine meat courses.

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    £22.50
  2. Chateau D'Agassac, Haut Medoc, 2007

    This Cabernet Merlot blend from Chateau d’Agassac is a beautiful full and well-structured wine with good length. Red berries give way to menthol, tobacco and cedar fragrances so typical of this region of Médoc. While the palate features soft, velvety tannins and a silky structure with delicious flavours of fresh thyme, black pepper and camphor.

    "Fine depth of Cabernet/Merlot fruit, good southern Medoc elegance, length and class." Steven Spurrier, Decanter Magazine

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  3. Le Jardin de Petit Village Pomerol, 2013

    Coming from the famous vineyard of Chateau Petit Village in the heart of the Pomerol appellation, le Jardin de Petit Village is made exclusively with Merlot. The wine has aged in French oak barrels for 12 months. The result is an elegant, round wine with aromas of violets and red fruits.

    "Lovely wine. Continues the progression. Dark/red berry fruit with a little spice and vanilla. Palate plush and seductive. Fine, long tannins." Decanter Magazine

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    £49.50
  4. Les Tourelles de Longueville Pauillac, 2011

    A deep, purple colour with an enticing nose of strawberry, blackcurrant and fresh roses.A well balanced wine with vanilla notes . Enjoy now or between 4-7 years.

    "This has a big, smoky, cabernet nose. Lots of rich oaky, concentrated fruit on the palate with a breath of fresh menthol air. This has good uplift and shows the vintage in an impressive, drink now style." Decanter Magazine

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    £50.00
  5. Domaine Vincent Legou Vosne Romanee, 2013
    Displaying a range of colours ranging from ruby to black tulip. A bouquet of fresh raspberry, blueberry, and blackcurrant evolves with bottle ageing to show notes of cherry brandy and confit. Velvety smooth on the palate with a strong and distinctive flavour backed by the very fine tannins. Learn More
    £52.50
  6. Haut-Bages Liberal, Pauillac, 2011

    This is the first wine of Haut Bages Libéral, named after the site of the château on top of the small Bages plateau and the Libéral family who were the negociants that helped establish the reputation that made it a classed growth.

    The nose is complex with notes of cassis, smoky and a hint of cedar. The mouth is also fruity with a slightly spicy touch and show an admirable roundness. An expressive, voluptuous wine with fine, freshness, and a beautiful aromatic persistence. This 2011 vintage is a classic of this fifth growth Chateau.

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    £55.00
  7. Domaine Vincent Legou Puligny Montrachet, 2015

    With a golden sheen, this Puligny-Montrachet from Domaine Vincent Legou exhibits aromas of fresh citrus fruit and mineral notes. The progressive palate shows good freshness, balance, and aromatic persistence. After a couple of years in the bottle, the bouquet develops marzipan, hazelnut, and lactic flavours (butter & hot croissant).

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    £59.75
  8. Domaine Courbis Cornas La Sabarotte, 2016

    Inky purple black colour. Nice smoky meatiness to the nose, which is rich and spicy. The palate is rich and full, displaying chunky, spicy, tannic fruit. Quite a big wine.

    "Takes a ripe, modern approach at first, with roasted fig, cruched plum and raspberry notes leading the way, but also lots of roasted earth, and tobacco notes tugging from underneath to keep this honest. A piercing chalky streak emerges on the finish, providing added length and range. Very impressive." Wine Spectator

     

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    £64.00
  9. Chateau Gigognan Chateauneuf du Pape Clos du Roi 150cl Magnum, 2013

    This wine comes from a selection of vines with an average aged of 35 years. Hand harvested grapes and partially aged in new barrels, dense ruby colour with provocative notes sweet raspberry and black cherry fruit.

    Decanter World Wine Awards, Silver medal - 93 points

    A generous nose of toasted cherry fruit and sweet smoke. The palate is classy with intense juicy fruit and an aromatic finish.

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    £70.00
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  10. Baron de 'L' Ladoucette Pouilly Fume, 2014

    The largest and most famous Pouilly-Fume vineyards have been in the hands of the Comte Lafond and Ladoucette families since 1787. This Grande Cuvée of Pouilly Fumé is produced exclusively in the best years and from the first pressing of the estate's grapes.

    The colour is pale gold with green tints. The nose is delicate with ripe fruit such as pear and white peach. It also has complex notes of beeswax, vanilla and flint. The mouth has a fresh fruity beginning, is fleshy and robust, and has good structure. It is balanced between a fruity roundness and mineral firmness. A very long finish.

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    £73.50
  11. Domaine Bitouzet Prieur Meursault Charmes 1er Cru, 2015
    A beautifully distinct wine from Burgundy, with a refreshing character that hints at minerals and lemon. As a partner for poultry and cream based pasta dishes it is quite outstanding. Learn More
  12. Chateau Vray Croix de Gay, Pomerol, 2011

    Chateau Vray Croix de Gay is a precise and well-honed wine that in many vintages passes unnoticed by the wide majority of Pomerol buyers, which is unusual as its consistent poise and balance, and proximity to esteemed neighbours Châteaux Lafleur, Hosanna and Lafleur-Pétrus make it a very impressive prospect.

    "Earth, chocolate and dark cherry with supple textures and good concentration on ripe, sweet black plums in the finish." The Cellar Insider (2011 vintage)

    Wine Advocate-Parker :
    The 2011's deep ruby/purple color is accompanied by hints of plum sauce, soy, black currants, black cherries, smoke and new barrique notes. The wine has loads of flavor, a corpulent, fruit-driven style, and lots of potential. It should drink easily for 10-12+ years.

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    £95.00
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