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    • Bonacchi Gentilesco Chianti DOCG 2013
    • Bonacchi Gentilesco Chianti DOCG 2013
      • £10.49
    • Cantina Bonacchi, founded in 1965, is a family owned winery that is situated in the heart of the Montalbano Hills, that lie between the towns of Florence and Pistoia in Tuscany and has been making fine Tuscan wines for 3 generations. The family owns 40 hectares of vineyards in the Chianti Montalbano and Chianti Classico Gallo Nero as well as 10 hectares divided between Brunello DOCG, Rosso di Mont…
    • Cantine San Marzano Il Pumo Negroamaro 2013
    • Cantine San Marzano Il Pumo Negroamaro 2013
      • £9.95
    • Cantine San Marzano (branded as Terre di Sava in the UK pre-2013) is a co-operative of over a 1000 growers in Puglia. Very approachable, with intense aroma of sweet plummy fruit and cherry, spicy, with rosemary, vanilla scents and notes of coffee. Soft, balanced and easy to drink with velvety tannins and a smooth finish. An ideal wine to be served with grilled or roast red meats, game and mature c…
    • Cape Chamonix Cabernet Franc
    • Cape Chamonix Cabernet Franc
      • £18.75
    • South Africa's Franschhoek Valley gets its name from settlement by Huguenot refugees in the 17th century, and one of the first farms established by those settlers, in 1688, was La Cotte.  Wine has formed an important part of the production of this area ever since, and in 1991 Cape Chamonix Estate was founded on part of that original Huguenot farm.  Known particularly for its Chardonnay, produced f…
    • Casas del Bosque Pinot Noir Reserva 2011
    • Casas del Bosque Pinot Noir Reserva 2011
      • £13.25
    • Juicy, fruit-driven Pinot Noir from Chile which nonetheless shows considerable elegance and balance.  The flavours are of bramble and sloe, with subtle hints of dark chocolate and wood-smoke, and the whole thing is supported by a backbone of fine-grained, velvety tannins.
    • Chateau Cissac Haut Médoc 2010
    • Chateau Cissac Haut Médoc 2010
      • £21.95
    • Château Cissac is notoriously slow to develop and regularly needs 10-15 years to soften and reveal its true character. Owned by the Vialard family, who are dedicated to their wine producing, this is Cru Bourgeois that consistently out-performs its classification. Since the 2000 vintage the wines have undergone more modern extraction methods giving the wines more fruit and more balanced tannins. Te…
    • Chateau de Campuget Invitation Red 2011
    • Chateau de Campuget Invitation Red 2011
      • £9.95
    • Great value Costieres de Nimes from Chateau de Campuget, this is a chunky, mouth-filling blend of 65% Syrah, 30% Grenache and 5% Mourvedre; it shows ripe raspberry and blackcurrant fruit with spicy hints of liquorice and ripe green peppers.
    • Chateau Musar
    • Chateau Musar
      • £30.25
    • A fantastically individual wine from Lebanon which has a cult following. The very ‘natural’ fermentation techniques make it one of a kind. The 2007 of this exotic blend of Cinsault, Carignan and Cabernet Sauvignon is immediately appealing and quite delicious. Round, fleshy and lively with attractive succulent plummy fruit. A very ripe fruit character with complex leather, musk and dried fruit note…
    • Chateau Saint Romans Bordeaux AC 2010
    • Chateau Saint Romans Bordeaux AC 2010
      • £9.95
    • The wine comes from a well reputed 45 hectare estate that can trace its history back to the 17th century. The average age of the estate's vines is 30 years; and its vineyards are mostly planted on the finest clay-limestone and gravel soils. Château Saint Romans is a delicious unoaked blend of 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon. This wine is a classic, characteristically ripe red berry flavour,…
    • Cranswick Estate Shiraz 2012
    • Cranswick Estate Shiraz 2012
      • £11.95
    • The Shiraz vines are over 30 years old and is stored on toasted French oak staves and allowed to mature prior to bottling. Consisting of berry fruit, plums and spicy mocha chocolate oak aromas on the nose. A flavoursome palate with savoury stewed cherry and blackcurrant flavours, which merge well into lingering vanillin oak flavours. Great with roast lamb or beef, or with a selection of mature har…
    • Devils Corner Pinot Noir 2012
    • Devils Corner Pinot Noir 2012
      • £16.75
    • A strongly perfumed nose of black cherries with hints of violets and even a touch of ginger spice. Soft and full of flavour this wine is showing up front flavours of cherry supported by some savoury elements. The finish combines fine tannins and firm acidity but the overall impression is of soft lingering flavours making this a very easy drinking style. Made as a fruit driven drink now style with…
    • Domaine Barville CNDP
    • Domaine Barville CNDP
      • £41.75
    • Fragrances of black fruits, warm spices, roasted notes & red peppercorns. Elegant flavours of forest fruits, with vanilla tones and supple tannins. An unctuous mouthful
    • Dona Paula Estate Malbec
    • Dona Paula Estate Malbec
      • £13.49
    • The renowned North American wine critic Jay Miller said of Doña Paula: “(It) was founded in 1997 and the first vintage was 1999. Forty percent of their production goes to the USA market. During my visit to the winery, I was impressed by the spirit of experimentation and willingness to try new and different approaches”. Malbec continues to be the most important Argentine variety and Mendoza the fav…
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