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  1. Domaine Jean Chauvenet Nuits St Georges, 2014
    The Pinot Noir fruit aroma, with excellent weight and real structure on the palate. Premier cru quality without the name. The ambassador of Nuits St Georges. Learn More
  2. Edmond Cornu et Fils Aloxe-Corton Vieille Vigne, 2016

    This Aloxe is a classic expression of this complex wine, made from vines dating as far back as 1942. A delicate rose tint in its colour, the nose has powerful aromas of wild fruits within hints of tobacco and moss. Fine and elegant, yet intense at the same time, this wine will age well, but is also perfect to enjoy now given the perfect balance between tannins and fruits.

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    £42.00
  3. Domaine Francois Charles Volnay 1er Cru 'Les Fremiets', 2014
    Well balanced with a combination of oak and fruit flavours and has a good lenght. Learn More
  4. Haut-Bages Liberal, Pauillac, 2013

    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. 

    In the mouth, black fruits flavours dominate (blackcurrant, blackberries). The tannins are ripe and this vintage has a light density that makes it excellent to drink now.

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    £45.00
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  5. Domaine George Lignier Gevrey Chambertin, 2013
    This wine is consistently reliable and long lived with the full, rich structure for which this appellation is so famous. The whole Burgundy name is in this wine, for which the famous Lignier family make no apology!! Learn More
    £45.00
  6. Chateau de Pizay Morgon Cuvee du Py 150cl Magnum, 2017

    A typical but excellent Morgon, this stunning wine balances the grandiose of Burgundy and the fun of Beaujolais.

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    £47.00
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  7. Jerome Sordet Pommard Les Vignots, 2015
    An elegant wine with the delicious Pinot Noir character and flavour of the appellation. Powerful, fruity and warming. Aromas of raspberries and spice with light nuances of walnuts and figs resulting in a perfectly balanced wine. Learn More
    £48.50
  8. Margaux, Chateau Desmirail 3ieme Cru Classe, 2014
    Internationally renowned for its Grand Cru production, the Margaux appellation on the left bank in Bordeaux, offers wines that are characterised by finesse and elegance. The outstanding quality of Margaux wines can be explained by both the unique micro-climate created by its position between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gironde estuary. In the wine makers own words, Denis Lurton has created a wine that is 'gentle, rounded and fruity'. He explains that this is due to the relatively high proportion of Merlot (40%) in the blend. The remainding 60% is Cabernet Sauvignon which gives the length you can expect from a fine Margaux. Learn More
    £49.50
  9. Domaine Vincent Legou Gevrey Chambertin, 2012
    Bright ruby in colour when young, this wine takes on a dark crimson shade as the wine ages to its peak period of 5-15 years. Notes of black cherry, strawberry, blackberry, violet, and rose are all present, with licorice evolving with age. Full and powerful on the palate, the firm tannins make this an ideal pairing for game dishes or strong cheese. Learn More
    £49.50
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  10. 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
  11. Chateau Pibran Pauillac, 2011

    Chateau Pibran in Pauillac has an aromatic nose of black cherry, licorice and toast, with a whiff of fresh herbs. It's supple, fruity and fresh, with flavours of soft red fruits, and brisk acidity backed up by substantial tannin on the finish.

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    £49.95
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