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  1. Caprice de Colombelle, Cotes de Gascogne, Plaimont, 2017
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    100% of 100

    A blend of French Colombard with another native variety, Gros Manseng. Colombelle has a lovely lemon-lime bouquet and apple, with peach and melon flavours. Its zesty aromas send a wake-up call to the senses! Colombelle is ideal as an aperitif as well as with first courses. It is a perfect white wine for casual sipping during holiday parties. Colombelle is great value that merits buying by the case.

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  2. Chevalier d'Antras Madiran, 2014
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    80% of 100

    From Producteurs Plaimont, this deep and dark purple in colour wine has delicious strong fruit flavours or cherries, red berries and blackcurrant with subtle earthy tones. Produced with a minimum content of 40% Tannat grapes and complimented by the inclusion of Pinenc, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon to produce a smooth and delightful wine.

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  3. Prosecco, 8 Secco Vintage, 2018
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    100% of 100

    Prosecco, 8 Secco (or Otto Secco in Italian) has fresh aromas of fruit and flowers on the nose, with pears and sweet apples on the palate. Excellent as an aperitif or with light meals and snacks. A superior Extra Dry Prosecco without the price tag that you expect for this high quality.

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  4. Castello di Verrazzano, Chianti Classico DOCG, 2015

    Verrazzano's Chianti Classico, like others in the Greve area of Chianti have typically more concentrated flavours than in Castellina, Gaiole or Castelnuovo Berardegna. However, this is a classic Chianti, deep ruby red in colour with aromas of mature fruits like cherry and blackberry. Light in body with a little oak (from 18 months in barrel) with fine grained tannins and pleasant bursts of juicy wild cherry, cinnamon and a hint of star anise.

    An Organic wine that pairs well with Tuscan appetisers, red meat and game.

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    £17.50
  5. 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
  6. Berton Vineyards Bonsai Shiraz Cabernet, 2016

    Berton use the grapes grown in their original Eden Valley vineyards to use in their flagship wines of which the Bonsai Shiraz Cabernet is one. So named, as the poor soil that is the success story behind this wine restricted growth to tiny rootling’s even after five years.

    Open a bottle and you’ll find blackcurrant, plums and licorice on the nose and on the palate soft tannins and sweet toasty oak combine with ripe plum and black cherry.

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