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    This wine is lively, pleasant and fruity. Lovely citrus flavours on a fine, minerally background. Alain Geoffroy’s vineyard is located on Kimmeridgian limestone with 15-20 years old vines, that has made the mineral-driven wines of Chablis so famous. Making this a very serious wine for its price and a go-to white for summer lunches, big dinner parties, fish, seafood, goats cheese, crunchy salads and filling the wine rack. Nothing little about this Petit-Chablis and without the price of a Grand Cru.
  • This quality wine has classic Marlborough aromas of citrus and limes with elderflower and grapefruit notes. The palate is concentrated with lemon zest, stonefruit and floral flavours filling the mouth. The wine finishes crisp, clean and dry. Perfect as an aperitif or with seafood, chicken, Asian dishes and salads.
  • This is the first wine made by Esporão back in 1985. Label illustrated by António Poppe that changes with every organic vintage. Classic wine style made from estate grown grapes that shows the consistency and the rich, ripe fruit characters which are typical of the best Alentejo red wines. Deep dark red colour with intense spicy aroma of mature red berry fruits with discrete oak complexity. On the palate it is elegant, dense and creamy.
  • The name ‘Stump Jump’ doesn’t relate to the English game of cricket (jumping over the stumps at the end of the game), nor the breeding of livestock held in the stumps but relates to the significant South Australian invention – the Stump Jump plough. The plough soon became a worldwide implement for ploughing fields because of its ability to ride over stumps and gnarled “mallee” Eucalypt roots and snags, saving valuable time and energy by not stopping the draught horse. Every Stump Jump white of late seems to take the drinker on an interesting journey and this one is no exception. A wonderful fresh vibrant appearance with an equally appealing aroma. Notes of florals, cut grass and limes are obvious but as the wine opens up, more complex secondary notes appear such as green melon rind, passionfruit, lavender, wheat germ, and almond kernel characters. The palate is dry with a moderate level of intensity and ripe fruit characters dominated with Riesling florals and limes; the grassy sweetness and elevated acidity of the Sauvignon Blanc while the Roussanne and Marsanne add an earthy, dry stone fruit element, green almond kernels and a lovely viscous character giving textural richness to the finish. The wine has excellent balance and length of flavour which we see as being an essential element in a great value drink. The Stump Jump is at its best drinking while young, and will continue to develop in the bottle over the next three to five years. It is perfect drinking on a warm summer’s day, and a perfect match for a wide variety of light dishes.
  • All three varieties play an important role - the Shiraz offers dark plum fruits, mulberries and licorice with plenty of concentration, depth and velvety tannin. The Grenache adds a lovely lusciousness to the wine with raspberry, blueberry and floral notes. Finally, the Mourvédre provides lovely red fruits with a hint of dried herb and importantly, a fine chalky tannin that carries all these characters to a long and wonderfully moreish finish.The fruit weight and silkyness means this wine can be enjoyed now, but it will keep developing over time. This wine screams value, recommended with hard cheeses and red meats.
  • The Kookaburra is a native Australian bird famous for its distinctive laughing call, Chester's young daughters named them 'Laughing Magpies'. The Magpie plumage is black with a stripe of white feathers, representing McLaren Vale's first ever blend combining the (black) Shiraz and its white partner, Viognier. An enticing mix of primary fruit characters entwined with flowers, ginger and stone fruit. A rather dark appearance with a vivid purple hue suggesting a complex dry red. The nose is particularly intense, with peppery spice, hints of fragrant flower and perfume aromas, plus nectarines, apricots, ginger and herbs from the small parcel of viognier that the Shiraz is co-fermented with. On the palate the Shiraz is more dominant. There is some sweeter fruit characters like blackberry, blueberry and boysenberry. The palate is rich and generous and soft silky tannins. Would open 2 hours before serving and use a Decanter when possible. Enjoy this dry red wine from Australia with fillet of beef, dark meat dishes like goulash or the Asian classic Peking duck.
  • Dominated by Carignan, this is a Minervois which will wow the senses and really impress with its value for money. The fruit for the Ramel Grand Cuvee were sourced from the Domaine de la Baquiere Estate, within the heart of the Languedoc Wine Region. From 23 hectares of vineyard on the slopes of the Montagne Noire where the Ramel-Mazard family winemaking dates back to 1726, forming traditional methods of production, with the fruit harvested by hand and each grape variety vinified separately in stainless steel. This is a medium/full bodied with bright ruby edge. Interesting and attractive nose, sweet blackberry, plum notes with a smoky, meaty complexion. Cherry notes too. Medium weight palate with sweet blackberry fruit, mocha and cherry tones. Tannins are grippy but well balanced and the 14% alcohol well integrated. Would suit Duck very well, or slow cooked meats stew style dishes.
  • Delas Frères Ventoux is a red wine blend made with grapes from the south eastern region of the Rhône winegrowing region of France. Delas Frères are one of the most prestigious Rhone wine producers and make superb wines, from a wide selection of appellations, in both the northern and southern Rhône including Hermitage, Crozes-Hermitage, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Côte Rôtie, Condrieu and Côtes-du-Rhône. The company was founded in 1835 when Charles Audibert and Philippe Delas bought Maisons Junique, a 40-year-old winery which they renamed Audibert & Delas. Philippe Delas had two sons, Henri and Florentin. The latter married the daughter of Charles Audibert, further strengthening the bond between the two families. In 1924, the brothers succeeded to the founders and changed the name of the house to Delas Frères. The company grew and in 1981 relocated to the its current premises in Saint Jean de Muzols, a small village located two kilometers north of Tournon in the Saint Joseph appellation. In 1993 Delas Frères became part of the Champagne Louis Roederer group. Delas Frères Ventoux is a blend of Grenache and Syrah grapes which are sourced from the communes of Mazan and Goult from vineyards which stretch out along the left bank of the Rhône river, around the limestone outcrop of the Mount Ventoux. The Grenache grapes are fermented in stainless steel vats with a daily pumping over to allow gentle extraction of the phenolic components. The Syrah is sometimes left on the stems in order to fully express its characteristic fruit aromas. The two components are blended before they wines is matured for 6 to 8 months in Delas’ air-conditioned winery before bottling.
  • Lying on homogeneous soils of pink granite containing large crystals, Fleurie is often regarded as the ''Queen of Beaujolais'' with their vines averaging 50 years old. The wines are characterized by great finesse and elegance with floral aromas of irises and violets. An elegant and delicate wine. Lovely paired with roasted chicken, grilled meats and semi-cured cheeses
  • This wine is from the hills that are located in a Guyot at 100/150 meters above sea level, of morainic origin with calcareous, clayey, gravelly, sandy soil.From the municipality of Sommacampagna located southeast of Lake Garda.A well-balanced, fresh and easy-drinking style dry and rounded red wine. Delicately fruity and fragrant, with notes of cherries, strawberries, raspberries and red currants as well as hints of spices. Recommended with light snacks, cold cuts, light meals, tapas, pasta and fish in general (particularly freshwater fish).
  • Saint Auguste is a selection of the best cuvées of Syrah, Cabernet-Sauvignon and Merlot. The robe is rich dark purple with bright ruby highlights. It offers alluring aromas of ripe black cherries, nutmeg and clove. It is full and concentrated and is a wine that can be enjoyed upon release and over the following ten to fifteen years.
  • A classic from Castello Banfi in Montalcino.Elegant and balanced Brunello, characterized by a sweet, rich and complex aroma of fruit jam. A wine with great structure that is well balanced by a good softness and acidity on the final. Extremely persistent with excellent aging potential. Game, red meats or aged cheese. Or just on it's own with good company!
  • This is a wine with great intensity of character. It has an immediate spice dominated nose with clove and baked vanilla pod alongside of spicy red fruit flavours. It warms up to give a slight balsamic note with boysenberry jam and blackberry puree. The palate is textural with medium, yet soft, tannins which helps to keep it all together. A surprising amount of class and concentration for this price point.Just don't forget to decant it or let it breath before hand, or not. Enjoy!
  • Château Musar is located in the Bekaa Valley, in Lebanon. It was created by Gaston Hochar in 1930 when he was only 20 years-old and inspired by Lebanon’s 6,000-year winemaking tradition and his travels in Bordeaux. Serge Hochar, his son, started producing wines at the end of 1950. His brother, Ronald, joined at the beginning of 1960. In 1975, 97% of the production was sold locally. It picked up after the Bristol Wine Fair of 1979 and, in 1990, at the end of the civil war, the export accounted for 97% of the production. The 3rd generation of the Hochar family started joining in 1994 and is still a family-run-business. Musar Jeune White is an unoaked blend of Viognier, Vermentino, Chardonnay from youthful Bekaa Valley vines. Crisp and aromatic, this eclectic blend of French and Italian varieties has its own distinct personality – passionfruit, apples, elderflowers – and a dry, refreshing finish. No need to decant; enjoy chilled (10-12°C) with grilled fish, herb-scented roast chicken, seafood salads and spicy oriental dishes. All their wines are Organic.
  • A thoroughly delightful white Bordeaux, made from a blend of Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc, and Muscadelle. Very aromatic with notes of white peach and fresh garden herbs, highlighted with bright citrus rind and mineral nuances. Easy breazy, this is  lovely go-to summer wine to enjoy as an aperitif or with seafood dishes. YUM!
  • With a very good structure and fine crimson colour, this Bordeaux Supérieur is a really pleasant wine to drink.The merlot dominant variety offers extraordinary fruitiness with mellow tannins resulting in supple wines that are easy to drink. The cabernet sauvignon and cabernet franc gives a good structure to the wine. Aromas of tropical fruits and red fruits give a complex bouquet. All these features offer a wine that can be enjoyed with red meats and barbecues.
  • The Banfi Chianti Superiore begins with a very nice aroma of black cherry, plum, a little spice, a little earth and some nice floral notes. Tasting the wine reveals plum, oak,licorice a bit of spice, a nice dense and velvety texture plus dusty tannins = One Terrific Tuscan! Add in good acidity and balance on this medium-bodied wine and you quickly realize this wine is delivering great value for its price. The finish is very nice with good length and features some excellent slightly sour black cherry notes. Try with BBQ-marinated pork ribs, beef and vegetable skewers or T bone steaks. I am a big fan of Tuscan wines specially Banfi, would confidently recommend it.
  • Col di Sasso meaning Stony Hill – the blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Sangiovese cultivated on the most rocky and impervious slopes of the Banfi estate in Montalcino. A young, but intense wine. The color is ruby red with purple shades. The wine shows intense and fruity scents of black currant, cherry and other red fruits. The structure is soft and magnificently sustained by a good acidity, resulting from the sweet and mellow tannins. The finish is pleasant and with a balanced complexity.
  • This is one of our favourite wine-finds of late! Priorat, a wine region in northeastern Spain, is known for stunning, terraced vineyards and robust red blends that often fetch a pretty penny. An old vine blend of Grenache, Carignan, Syrah, Cabernet and Merlot finished in French and American oak barrels. Notes of red cherry, chocolate define this silky & balanced wine! Lovely with Red meats, blue cheese or Chocolate.
  • Simmonet-Febvre has been producing its wines with traditional methods since 1840. It is the only Maison in Chablis to produce Crémants of Burgundy. A harmoniously balanced wine with fine bubbles, a persistent foam and a wonderful length in the mouth. It is fresh and powerful on the nose with aromas of citrus. Drink this crémant as a chilled aperitif, as it comes or with a liqueur such as crème de cassis, and why not even drink it throughout a whole meal.
  • Domaine Le Verger Chablis is light gold, pronounced white flowers, mingled with an array of tropical and sweet stone fruit on the nose. The palate opens full and round, with pineapple, apricot and hints of grapefruit, hints of vegetal and lively minerality finishing fresh with great structure and dry. An excellent Chardonnay that should not be over-chilled, please allow to-open and would be best served with oysters, shellfish in general, grilled fish and even chicken. A classic Chablis at an affordable price!
  • A classic wine(Organic) obtained from grapes grown at Herdade do Esporão, which showcases the consistency and rich character typical of the best Alentejo wines. It Is from vineyards that on average are about 18 years old, the soils are a mixture of granite and schist with clay and loam, and an integrated pest control and a sustainable viticultural approach is employed. Hand-harvested grapes are de-stemmed, then left with skin contact for six hours before chilling and fermentation, 50% in tank with fine lees ageing and 50% in barriques where it is aged for six months. French and American oak is used, a third new, and the wine does not undergo a malolactic fermentation. Aromas of ripe tangerine, honey and apricot with subtle notes of toast and smoke from the barrel fermentation. The palate is complex, creamy, showing ripe fruit flavours and mineral notes with a long, fresh finish.
  • The Fleur du Cap approach is unconstrained. Using only meticulously selected grapes from the finest vineyards across the Cape Winelands, the winery produces a range of wines that offer diversity of choice and diversity of taste. Essence du Cap is known for exceptional quality and wines that express their true varietal character. This wine has a deep red colour with purplish edges. On the nose it shows ample red berry fruit with a sweetish fruit cake character enhanced by a spicy oak finish. Full-bodied on the palate with ripe plum flavours, this robust red is supported by a good tannic backbone, which will soften with time.
  • This very versatile white wine will please you with its slightly honeyed notes, its notes of exotic fruits and white fruits as well as floral notes. On the palate it is very fresh with a very refreshing acidity, a hint of citrus, flavors of exotic fruits and honey as well as a fairly persistent length. It's a charming and unpretentious everyday wine that is most satisfying.  The floral acidity makes it a great summer wine for the deck or a great pairing for light summer fare; Salads and seafood.

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