Archive: February, 2016

  • Vollereaux Brut

    *This Classic Champagne from the ‘Maison Vollereaux’ is the result of the blend of all three Champagne varieties of grapes that balance each other marvellously and make it a fine and elegant wine, delicate and fruity.*Three different years of reserve...

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  • Sant' Orsola Prosecca Extra Dry

    *Made from 100% Prosecco grown in the Veneto region of north-east Italy with its particularly mild climate.* Fine, persistent, soft fizz surrounds the typical fruit spectrum of apple, pears with a hint of peach. *Type:* Sparkling Wine White *Country:* Italy...

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  • Bolla Prosecco Extra Dry

    *The grapes for this soft and fruity Prosecco are sourced mainly from the Triviso region in north-east Italy*. Shows characteristic apple aromas with a refreshing but not overly dry finish. *Type:* Sparkling Wine White *Country:* Italy *Region:* Veneto *Vintage:* NV...

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  • Rare Vineyards Pinot Noir

    *The Pinot Noir grapes come from vineyards located in the south-west of Languedoc Roussillon, close to the Pyrénées Mountains*; about 30% of the blend is aged in French oak. The smooth, velvety palate shows cherry and blueberry flavours backed with...

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  • Vina Amate Rioja Tinto, Spain

    *Youthful and appealing Rioja with masses of sweet, perfumed red fruits to the fore. 100% Tempranillo. * *About the wine maker:* The Aldenueva Cooperative is from the village of the same name in the Rioja Baja region. Out of the 2500 inhabitants...

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  • Mill Cellars Shiraz

    *This Shiraz also has a little Cabernet Sauvignon in it to add some structure. Plenty of brambly fruit on the palate backed with a touch of spice.* *About the wine maker:* In 1853, Bill Hardy’s great-great-grandfather Thomas Hardy started crafting wines in...

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  • Monte Verde Merlot, Central Valley

    *Deep-coloured and intensely juicy yet light and supple on the palate; part of the blend is oak-aged, which softens the finish. *Deep-coloured and intensely juicy yet light and supple on the palate. 30% of the blend is oak aged which...

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  • Belvino Pinot Grigio Rosato Delle

    *A delicate pink wine full of fresh, summer-fruit aromas and flavours.* Made using pink-skinned Pinot Grigio grapes from the Venezie wine region. The wine is cool-fermented in stainless steel after a brief maceration on the skins to extract sufficient colour....

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  • Whispering Hills White Zinfandel

    A beautiful deep salmon-pink coloured wine with loads of fresh summer-fruit flavours and lively acidity. Made in a medium style to appeal to a wide range of tastes. Perfect for anyone with the taste for summer-fruits. *Country: *USA *Type: *Rosé *Grape: *Zinfandel *Region: *California *ABV:...

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  • Rare Vineyards Marsanne-Viognier

    *A blend of Rhone varieties grown in the warm vineyards of the Pays d’Oc region, Unoaked, displays amazing flavours of white pears and apricots combined with floral notes. The finish is soft and rounded.* Rare Vineyards Marsanne-Viognier is a blend of...

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  • Mill Cellars Chardonnay

    *Mill Cellars Chardonnay is fruit-filled 'Aussie' Chardonnay with a very light touch of oak contact and bottled early to retain the freshness. * *A little about the Wine Maker: * Throughout five generations, the Hardy family have maintained their passion, and today, Bill,...

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  • Solstice Pinot Grigio delle Venezie

    *Refreshingly Dry with a hint of strawberry.* Pinot Grigio is more than just the Italian name for Pinot Gris. Although the two names refer to a single grape variety, the wine styles they represent are clearly distinct from one another. The...

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  • Riverstone Ridge Sauvignon Blanc

    *New Zealand. Marlborough. Sauvignon Blanc. Under £10. It's as Simple as that.* The grape must was fermented using classic cool-fermentation techniques and the wine briefly aged on its 'lees' to develop flavour complexity and weight on the palate. It exhibits...

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