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  • Château Montaiguillon Montagne Saint-Emilion 2016

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    This red from Château Montaiguillon has a delicious supple red fruit character of plums, blackcurrants and cherries backed up by good structure and ripe tannins. 14%, 75cl
  • Joel Gott Zinfandel

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    This expressive Zinfandel has aromas of roasted plum and blackberry jam with hints of sweet spices. On the palate, the wine’s bright red fruit flavours and acidity are complemented by a soft, round mouthfeel and a long finish.
  • Morandé Cabernet Sauvignon Gran Reserva

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    A single vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon of impeccable poise and pedigree, with cassis and black cherry fruit complexity. Firm tannin supports the natural juicy character giving a well knit structure and excellent balance on the finish.
  • Bodega Norton, Altura Malbec 2017

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    Altura Malbec is a quality Argentinian that displays a remarkable intensity of fruit, combining flavours of damsons and mulberries, offset by complex mineral and earthy notes, along with great freshness and perfume - a result of the higher altitude location. 14.5%, 75cl  
  • Matsu Trio Presentation Box

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    Matsu Vineyards in Spain have been producing wines for over 110 years and this really is a treat to showcase their dedication to producing a special vino.
    • EL PICARO 
    • EL RECIO 
    • EL VIEJO
    A very special gift for the wine lover in your life. Beautifully gift wrapped inside a charcoal presentation box & silver ribboned, hand-tied bow.
  • Trio Selection

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    A great selection of our red wines to show some love this Father's Day.  
  • Ferraton Père et Fils Côtes du Rhône Samorëns

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    Ferraton's Cotes du Rhone Samorens is a silky, medium to full-bodied red. Dusty earth and cherries mingle easily on the nose and palate, gliding to an elegant finish. 14%, 75cl      
  • Château Marzy Pomerol 2014

    Bordeaux Pomerol wines are rich, decadent reds, with notes of chocolate, dark cherry, plums and spice, soft tannins and elegance courtesy of the Merlot grape. The most lush—and expensive—wines come from a plateau of clay, gravel and iron, while lighter, more acidic wines come from the region's sandy soils. Situated on the Right Bank of Bordeaux, Pomerol is dominated by small estates that command premium prices. Approximately 80 percent of the region's plantings are Merlot, unlike other regions of Bordeaux where no one grape dominates so singularly; and one disadvantage is that bad weather can wreak havoc on an individual vintage.
  • EL RECIO – Matsu

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    El Recio translates as 'the tough guy', and is a more serious, mature wine, made from the product of some of Toro's oldest vines, which are cultivated using advanced biodynamic techniques. 14 months in new French oak provide opulence and polish. Intense and opaque, this wine is a mass of deep black fruit, chocolate, roasted coffee bean and vanilla pod aromas. Voluptuous and weighty, with a firm structure, held together by silky tannins. A great steak wine, which longs to be paired with rare asado-style beef fillet or sirloin. Drink now or keep for 2-5 years.
  • Luxury Trio

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    A great selection of our red wines.
  • Salcombe Gin Start Point

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    Distilled to the exacting one-shot London Dry method, this classic citrus-led gin is elegantly smooth, distinct and complex yet extremely versatile

    Start Point is created using the finest Macedonian juniper berries selected for their high limonene content and the fresh citrus peels of red grapefruit, lemon and lime which are hand peeled each day prior to distillation. A further nine botanicals including English coriander seed, cardamom, cubeb berries, liquorice and angelica root are used to create this exceptionally smooth London Dry Gin.

    Distinct notes of red grapefruit along with heady, earthy pine notes from the Macedonian juniper. It is perfectly balanced with warming spiced aromas on the nose. Rich, full and incredibly smooth on the palate, with a touch of earthy sweetness from liquorice and angelica root. The finish is fresh, lingering and balanced whilst lengthened by green cardamom.

    44%, 70cl

  • Domaine Durieu Châteauneuf-du-Pape 2020/21

    Domaine Durieu was founded by Paul Durieu in the 1970s and quickly gained notoriety in France and beyond. Today, his 17th century cellar is now in the hands of his sons, Vincent and François. Together, they continue to make fantastic Châteauneuf-du-Pape. It's robust and full-bodied, with notes of black fruits and red cherry and herbal aromas. Try it with lamb chops.
  • Comte de Baulieu 2018, Haut-Médoc

    Second wines like this are a bit of an insider secret. Savvy claret lovers know that these wines use grapes from the younger vines of top châteaux – so they’re great quality, but a fraction of the price of their flagship wines. This is from Château Ramage la Batisse, a top Cru Bourgeois estate close to Pauillac's Château Mouton Rothschild. Unlike typical clarets which are aged in oak, this is made exclusively in stainless steel and concrete vats. The lack of oak keeps the wine bright and fresh. Expect flavours of briar fruit and plum that pair brilliantly with grilled lamb chops.
  • Drappier Premier Cru Champagne

    It’s a household name in France. But Drappier is still a relatively well-kept secret on this side of the Channel. The house is 200 years old, with some of the oldest and most extensive cellars in Europe. They’re the only ones to have survived unscathed through the world wars and the fires which swept the region soon after. But they don’t rest on their history. They have a forward-thinking approach based on sustainability, making carbon-neutral fizz. It’s from Premier Cru vineyards that are consistently rated as some of the very best in the region. Fresh and intense, it tastes of pear and vanilla. It’s the perfectly plush glassful for fans of rich, toasty Champagne.
  • Luxury Christmas Trio

    A selection of our most popular wines, beautifully gift wrapped in a charcoal presentation box. A very special gift for the wine lover in your life.
  • La Dame de Montrose Saint-Estèphe 2015

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    Saint-Estèphe wines are powerful, concentrated and rich, with sometimes austere, gritty tannins in their youth, and hallmark notes of cassis, tobacco, cigar box and crushed stone. These full-bodied blends of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot can age extremely well. Saint-Estèphe is situated in the northern end of Bordeaux's Haut-Médoc, with grapes grown on gravel soils atop a clay base. The soils here have poor drainage, which delays ripening and often results in wines with a higher acidity than those from further south in the Médoc.