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  1. Chateau Bernes Bordeaux 37.5cl Half Bottle
    Rating:
    80% of 100

    (Half Bottle) From this small, carefully selected Chateau comes a medium-bodied red wine, smooth and soft in tannin with a pleasant concentration of flavour. A very good drinking Claret.

    **Please note: This is a 37.5cl Half Bottle**

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    £5.50
  2. Cabernet Sauvignon, Armonia
    Armonia, meaning harmony in Italian, shows the heritage of the Hugo Casanova winery whose founders arrived in Chile at the end of the 19th Century. This Cabernet Sauvignon is fruity and medium bodied with black fruit flavours and vanilla notes on the finish - great with food or as an aperitif. Learn More
    £7.95
  3. Rioja Crianza, Bodegas Carlos Serres
    Rating:
    100% of 100

    Carlos Serres Crianza is a great savoury classic from the famous Haro bodegas. It has deliciously tempting aromas including mature red fruit, spices and delicate licorice hints while the palate is complex, well structured, fresh and fruity. Overall the aromas and flavours preserve a perfect balance between its fruity origins and the maturity achieved through ageing (14 months in a combination of american and French oak barrels).

    A perfect match for Mediterranean cuisine such as fried fish or vegetable dishes, rice, pasta, pulses, red and white meats and even cheeses.

    Gold Medal: Berliner Wine Trophy (2013 vintage)

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  4. Chateau Bordeneuve, Vin de Bordeaux Rouge
    On the palate, notes of raspberry, a hint of aniseed, and robust tannins come through. Perfect when served with hearty foods like red meat and cheeses. The beautiful ruby colour and rounded nature of the wine make this a supremely drinkable claret. Learn More
  5. Chateau Queyssard Bordeaux Superieur

    The first wine from Chateau Queyssard is a typical Bordeaux blend with the soft and round qualities of Merlot, spice and fruitiness from Cabernet Franc and structure and density from Cabernet Sauvignon. With a history dating back to 1890 this family owned Chateau has gone through many changes throughout the years, from a focus on fruit production (pears, apples, plums) and cattle farming, to 1998 when all 48 acres were planted with vines. Now, after updating the cellars the farm abides by the rules of 'agriculture raisonnee' which protects the land, keeping it healthy and as free of pesticides as possible.

    This classic Bordeaux draws you in with its beautiful colour and tempting aromas of red fruits. On the palate it is silky and structured with red fruit notes and balanced tannin. Well suited to steak, steak tartare, lamb, duck breast dishes and while it's drinking well now, it has potential to age well for another 5 years.

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  6. Domaine des Ginestieres Minervois

    This excellent Minervois wine is a fine blend of the Grenache, Syrah and Carignan varietals from the South of France. A lively yet firm red with a fruity nose and well rounded palate that has some spicy notes. Great paired with lamb dishes.

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  7. Chateau Dubois Gramont Bordeaux
    On the palate this wine has notes of raspberry, a hint of aniseed, and robust tannins come through. Perfect when served with hearty foods like red meat and cheeses. The beautiful ruby colour and rounded nature of the wine make this a supremely drinkable Bordeaux red. Learn More
  8. Mission Estate Hawke's Bay Cabernet Sauvignon
    Like the award winning Mission Estate Hawke's Bay Syrah and Gimblett Gravels Syrah, 2014 was a very good red wine vintage. This was due to the early spring and warm, dry summer that produced great quality grapes with more berry fruit flavours than usual. 

    Medium to full-bodied with good fruit intensity and freshness.This Cabernet is drinking well now however it has the ability to age for some years. Learn More

  9. Chateau Malvat Fronsac
    Château Malvat try to show a different side of Fronsac by producing a 100 percent Merlot wine which is a wonderfully round and smooth companion for your day-to-day meals. The wines of Château Malvat owe their personality to soils of clay and limestone. While the clay lends them their power and depth, the limestone does a great job of regulating the water supply available to the vine. Learn More
  10. Chateau De Mauves Graves

    A beautiful intense purple colour with a fairly powerful nose that hints at cassis, flint, mocha, truffle and vanilla. Powerful on the palate with a warm, long finish. Drink now or keep 3 to 4 years.

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  11. La Vannelle, Pusseguin Saint Emilion

    This wine made by La Vannelle, a cooperative, is a blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. It is a beautiful purplish colour with a nose of red fruits and spices. Fruity and supple on the palate and well balanced enough to drink now.

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  12. Emotion de Bois de l'Or Saint Emilion

    This savoury and classic, less well known St-Emilion, has enticing aromas of black red fruits that combine with fruity tannins in the mouth. Flavours of raspberry, wild strawberry and spicy notes evolve gradually towards a fresh finish. 

    Goes well with: Delicatessen, melon with ham, roasted poultry and soft cheese dishes.

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    £15.95
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