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  • 2016  Furmint, Dobogó

    Hungary, Tokaji


    Furmint is the truly world class grape behind Hungary’s legendary dessert wine Tokaji Aszú. Here, “unplugged” and dry, it delivers bold, ripe pineapple flavours and a moreish creamy texture.”

    £20.00
    MWS: 95
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  • 2015  Mount Horrocks Cordon Cut Clare Valley Riesling (Half Bottle)

    Australia, Clare Valley


    Sensational Ozzie sweet wine, made from late harvested grapes allowed to shrivel on the vine! Crystalline citric fruits, not too sweet – with candied notes of lemon and stone fruit, hint of soft spice and […]

    £21.00
    MWS: 97
  • 2016  Riserva 62 Anniversario Primitivo di Manduria, San Marzano

    Italy, Puglia


    Riserva 62 Anniversario Primitivo di Manduria

    A full throttle, exuberant example of the great Primitivo grape from its spiritual Puglian home. Intense back jam, soft spice, liquorice and dark chocolate combine in this hedonistic wine.” 

    £23.00
    MWS: 97
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  • 2018  Assyrtiko, Wild Ferment, Gaia

    Greece, Santorini


    Made from the superb Greek native Assyrtiko grape. The wild ferment refers to the use of natural yeast indigenous to the vineyard. Remarkably smoky, savoury notes with saline touches and a tangy, mildly citric fruit […]

    £26.00
    MWS: 98
  • 2017  Pieropan ‘La Rocca’ Soave Classico

    Italy, Veneto


    Pieropan 'La Rocca' Soave Classico

    Probably the finest Soave – a single vineyard selection of the most spellbinding honeyed richness and stone fruit intensity. One of Italy’s greatest white wines.”

    £26.50
    MWS: 98
  • 2017  Grosset ‘Polish Hill’ Clare Valley Riesling

    Australia, Clare Valley


    A near-perfect wine. Green apples drenched in lime juice on a chalky bed. A fabulous spine of nervous acidity run through the entire wine joining up all the dots. Seamless.”

    £32.00
    MWS: 99
  • 2009  G.D. Vajra Barolo ‘Le Albe’

    Italy, Piedmont


    Barolo Albe by WineTrust

    This is just how we love our Barolo’s to be – delicate yet powerful. More in the traditionalist camp with floral notes mingling with wild sage and no obvious new oak characters. The fine, contained […]

    £34.00
    MWS: 95
  • 2011  Domaine Berthelemot Beaune Premier Cru ” Clos des Mouches Rouge”

    France, Burgundy


    A benchmark example from what is a leading contender for Beaune’s finest Premier Cru- Clos des Mouches. Nicely forward and open – from this highly expressive and rather overlooked vintage. The 2011 displays hallmark notes of […]

    £35.00
    MWS: 96
  • 2015  Ben Ryé, Donnafugata (Half bottle)

    Italy, Pantelleria


    Ben Ryé Donnafugata

    Sensational, hedonistic sweet wine from Italy’s most remote island. Liquid apricots and orange marmalade in a glass – rich but refreshing and very concentrated.”

    £35.00
    MWS: 98
  • Charles Heidsieck, Brut Réserve

    France, Champagne


    Sale! Charles Heidsieck Brut Réserve

    Along with Krug’s Grande Cuvée, this is the finest non-vintage Champagne in the market. Remarkable honeyed richness and depth of flavour, with the most delicate, moreish choux pastry notes. This is all achieved through real attention […]

    £39.00 £36.00
    MWS: 99
  • 2011  François et Fils Côte-Rôtie

    France, Côte-Rôtie


    Only 395 cases produced of this beauty. To find a Côte-Rôtie of this quality – and at this price – is really exciting. Fine, deep coloured and an exotic, smoky nose with notes of apple wood, […]

    £36.00
    MWS: 97
  • 2015  Puligny-Montrachet Les Levrons, Domaine Berthelemot

    France, Burgundy


    Puligny-Montrachet Les Levrons

    Rich and intense Puligny from an excellent producer. Fresh and rich in the mouth, floral aromas with hints of almond and hazelnut. A lovely example of top Burgundy wine.”

    £38.00
    MWS: 98
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