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    • Berton Bonsai Shiraz 2010
    • Berton Bonsai Shiraz 2010
      • £27.75
    • Set in High Eden, a region of rugged beauty between Eden Valley and the Barossa. This Shiraz is grown on ancient podsolic soils that offer lots of quartz rock and little other sustenance. After five years of heroic effort the vines still looked like rootlings so Berton Vineyards started calling it their Bonsai Vineyard. This Shiraz has lifted aromas of plums and coffee vanillin oak signalling the…
    • Berton Foundstone Unoaked Chardonnay 2016
    • Berton Foundstone Unoaked Chardonnay 2016
      • £9.95
    • The first wines that Berton Vineyards ever made were released under the Foundstone label. The Unoaked Chardonnay is an appealing fruit driven wine that has aromas of candied lemon, lime and honeydew melon. The palate is a fusion of sweet citrus peardrop and ripe melon flavours that continue to a long and zesty finish. The wine is best enjoyed with lightly fried fish, a new season vegetable stack o…
    • Berton The White Viognier 2016
    • Berton The White Viognier 2016
      • £12.25
    • Highly esteemed in the old world, Viognier is quickly forging a reputation in Australia as a complex, full bodied and flavoursome alternative to Chardonnay. This alluring Viognier displays lifted aromas of apricot, orange blossom and peach. Fresh flavours of citrus zest and tropical fruits fill the palate and linger to create a long finish. Enjoy with friends over a plate of gourmet fish and chips…
    • Bodegas Campillo Rioja Blanco
    • Bodegas Campillo Rioja Blanco
      • £12.25
    • A traditional long, slow fermentation - 41 days in French oak barrels - gives this white Rioja a rounded, deep vanilla and hazelnut charcter, overlayed by the zesty vibrancy and citric fruit flavours of the native Viura grape.
    • Boer & Brit The General
    • Boer & Brit The General
      • £12.95
    • Sort of a Bordeaux-style blend, but without either Merlot or Cabernet Sauvignon, if you can imagine such a thing!  Dominated by the Cabernet Franc grape in a way no Bordeaux would ever be, backed up with Petit Verdot and Malbec, this is elegant but really concentrated stuff with dark berry fruit and some lovely spicy, dark chocolate notes.
    • Bonacchi Vernaccia di San Gimignano 2016
    • Bonacchi Vernaccia di San Gimignano 2016
      • £10.49
    • Cantina Bonacchi, located in the heart of Montalbano, has been making fine Tuscan wines for 3 generations. The wines are produced from 40 hectares in the Chianti Montalbano and the Chianti Classico area, as well as from 10 hectares divided between Brunello DOCG, Rosso di Montalcino DOC and the Santa Antimo DOC. The latest addition is 15 hectares in the Montecucco DOC region. Bonacchi's combined pr…
    • Calunghetta Pinot Grigio IGP 2016
    • Calunghetta Pinot Grigio IGP 2016
      • £9.49
    • An excellent example of Pinot Grigio that is fuller in the mouth than most other Italian Pinot Grigio. This has good weight, minerality and stone fruit flavours on the palate and finish.
    • 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…
    • Cape Chamonix Unoaked Chardonnay
    • Cape Chamonix Unoaked Chardonnay
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    • 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, in recent…
    • Casas del Bosque Sauvignon Blanc Reserva 2016
    • Casas del Bosque Sauvignon Blanc Reserva 2016
      • £10.95
    • All fruit was sourced from company vineyards - located within the coolest westernmost reaches of the Casablanca Valley. Aged for 2 months on gross lees without stirring before the wine was bottled to add complexity to this Sauvignon. Intense notes of lime and grapefuit dominate on the nose leading to pure flavours of nectarine and white peach in the mouth. A bright, zesty acidity imparts excellent…
    • Castello di San Donato Chianti Classico
    • Castello di San Donato Chianti Classico
      • £17.95
    • 85% Sangiovese, 15% Merlot/Cab Sauv. Intense ruby colour. Complex, elegant aromas of sour cherry & blackcurrant, with hints of herbs, cocoa & coffee beans.. A wine of great harmony, full, rich & delicious with a long finish.
    • 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 de Campuget Rosé Invitation 2013
    • Chateau de Campuget Rosé Invitation 2013
      • £10.75
    • Made from Grenache Noir (40%) and Syrah (60%). This wines colour is obtained through a short maceration of between 4 and 12 hours, according to the grape variety. Fermentation takes place in stainless-steel tanks with the temperature controlled at 18°C in order to extract the maximum aromas. Intense peony pink in colour. Its bouquet is very aromatic, exhaling scents of small red fruits such as ras…
    • Chateau de Tracy Pouilly-Fumé 2015
    • Chateau de Tracy Pouilly-Fumé 2015
      • £27.95
    • Pouilly Fumé is one of the Loire's most famous wines. Sauvignon Blanc grown here is often called Blanc Fumé because wines grown on the predominantly limestone soils with some flint (silex) exhibit a "smoky" flavour. The first members of the Scottish noble Stutt family in France were members of a large army that came from Scotland in the fifteenth century to help the future King Charles VII of Fran…
    • 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
      • £10.05
    • 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…
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