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    ALBARINO “Mar de Frades” (Spain)

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    Aromas of berries and warm spice with a touch of coffee and dark chocolate. The palate is generous with beautifully complex red berry and spicy fruit, supple tannins, juicy acidity and a hint of black pepper. All balanced by mocha and toasty notes from oak maturation
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    £18.00
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    AMARONE “Villa Belvedere” (Italy)

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    Production Aftual manual-picking in mid-September, the Corvina, Rondinella and Corvinone grapes are stored on racks in drying rooms, until the January following the harvest. Fermentation takes place with skin contact and continual pumping over. The wine is aged in oak for 24 months. Tasting notes Rich aromas of ripe black cherry and plum, with dried fruit characters and a touch of spice. The palate is plush with ripe plum and bramble characters, a hint of vanilla, supple tannins and juicy acidity. Food match A good match for rich pasta dishes, game and grilled or roasted red meats.
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    £28.00
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    BAROLO (Nebbiolo) “Araldica Flori” (Italy)

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    Production Made from Nebbiolo grapes cultivated around the town of Barolo in southern Piemonte. These are trained on a low Guyot trellis at a density 4-5,000 vines/ha. The grapes were hand-harvested, de-stemmed and then crushed to small fermenters, for around 12 days, with daily pumping-over. This ensures good colour and flavour extraction, but avoids over extraction of the abundant Nebbiolo tannins. The wine was drained off at dryness, and the skins transferred to a small press. After pressing the wine was settled for two days, and then racked to stainless steel tanks for malolactic fermentation. After three years maturation in 50hl Slavonian oak casks it was racked and bottled. Tasting notes A complex nose combining plum, mulberry, ripe strawberry and brown spice with delicate floral and violet notes. Tannins are firm and pleasingly supported with plump fruit and a rounded texture, giving a good lengthy finish. Food match Perfect with wild boar sausages, venison, roast lamb or gamey stews.
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    £23.00
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    CAB SAV “Sierra Grande” (Chile)

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    Production We source our Cabernet fruit from the Colchagua valley which sits in the middle of Chile’s main central valley. Colchagua is widely regarded as one of the best locations for red varieties in Chile and many illustrious wineries are based here. The warm, Mediterranean type climate suits Cabernet really well, allowing it to ripen fully, late into the season. A cool short fermentation to preserve fruit aroma and maceration on the skins for only a few days to extract nice colour but minimal tannins. No oak is used. Early bottling to keep the wine's youthful style. We love the pure, blackcurrant characteristics which are always so present in our Cabernet blend. Tasting notes Bursting with red and blackcurrant fruits, this is a really soft and pure Cabernet with gentle tannins and a hint of green pepper on the finish. Cool herby flavours mingle with red fruits and a nice touch of acidity. Food match Try with herby roast leg of lamb, char-grilled steak, or stuffed baked red peppers. Awards 2016 Vintage IWSC 2017Bronze 2015 Vintage Catavinum 2017Silver
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    £6.95
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    Castelão – Artolas

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    Bright ruby colour with a mature bouquet with red cherry, flowers and earthy notes. Elegant spiciness, medium body with a delicate finish.
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    £9.00
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    CHIANTI (Sangiovese) “Uggiano Roccialta” (Italy)

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    Fresh and appealing on the nose with plenty of ripe red fruits and a hint of spice. Fresh and juicy sour cherry characters on the palate, richly-flavoured, with supple and abundant red fruit balanced by vibrant acidity and ripe tannins.
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    £12.00
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    FLEURIE (Gamay) “La Reine de l’Arenite” (France)

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    A heady perfume of freshly picked irises and peonies drifts above the crushed berry fruit nose. Ripe tannins and fresh acidity support a palate of Morello cherries and bitter dark chocolate - reminiscent of a Black Forest Gâteau.
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    £18.00
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    MALBEC “Pablo Y Walter” (Argentina)

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    Blends of spicy, black fruit flavours with ripe plum, blackberry and toasty oak characters of Malbec. Rich fruit and soft, sweet tannins.
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    MALBEC “Soldier’s Block” (Australia)

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    Production All the Malbec fruit comes from an estate in the Swan Hill region where there are 5 hectares of Malbec (approximately 12.5 acres which produces 90 tonnes of fruit per vintage). The Malbec are on their own roots and were planted in 2000. With the age of the vines and the harsh growing conditions, the Malbec vines are less vigorous which leads to a more intense colour and flavour. The vines are trained on a two wire vertical trellis, drip irrigation and minimum fertilisation. All the vines are machine harvested at night between mid to late March and grown on red sandy loam soil with limestone clay base. Climate is Mediterranean with summer temperatures between 30 and 40°C. Total vineyard area is 1250 acres. Once the grapes have been crushed pressed and sent to the fermenter, the winery then pumps over 4 times a day. Vinification takes place in stainless steel tanks at 25°C for three weeks. Malolactic fermentation takes place over 4 weeks. 50% of the blend is aged in French and American oak barriques for 3 months. Tasting notes Bright, aromatic Malbec with an abundance of crisp, minerally fruit and Morello cherry compote. Food match Great with rich and hearty food. Try me with a rich casserole or roasted Mediterranean vegetables
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    £7.50
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    MERLOT “Peculiar Mr Pat” (Australia)

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    Production The Merlot grapes that make this wine were grown in the glorious Australian sunshine. Merlot thrives along the banks of Australia’s largest river, the Murray, near the bustling inland town of Mildura, in the middle of Australia’s food bowl. A Mediterranean climate, with plenty of sunshine, we carefully tend the vines and enrich the ancient, sandy soils with recycled organic matter from other crops that also thrive locally, to make the most of every precious drop of water. Speckled light reaches through lush green vine canopies to ensure the berries ripen steadily throughout late summer in time for harvest in Autumn. Tasting notes Bright, plush, deeply tasty Merlot from Riverland vineyards, this is abundant in freshly picked red fruit with a soft tannic profile and a long, moreish finish. Food match This wine can be enjoyed with a wide range of meat dishes, and minimal winemaking intervention means that this wine can also be enjoyed, guilt-free by Pescatarians, Vegetarians and Vegans.
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    £6.95
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    PINOT NOIR “Sierra Grande” (Chile)

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    A delicate and elegant Pinot Noir showing ripe fruit flavours of plums and wild strawberries, balanced with subtle smoky notes and a deliciously lingering finish.
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    Pinot Noir “Yealands” (NZ)

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    Offers ripe plum aromas with a touch of spice. The juicy ripe red fruit flavours lead into a supple, soft tannin finish.
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    PINOTAGE “False Bay” (South Africa)

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    Wild yeast fermentation, low yielding bush vines and ageing in large French oak foudre inform this richly-fruited, yet savoury and satisfying Pinotage. Plummy aromas with a faint hit of barbecued meat. The palate is full and rich with slightly rustic yet moreish tannins and an impressively long finish.
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    PRIMITIVO “Salento” (Italy)

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    Medium bodied, fresh and fruit-forward, this will pair very well with starters, charcuterie, pasta and pizzas.
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    RIOJA (Tempranillo) “Vega del Rayo” (Spain)

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    Named after the area in north Spain, this is a young (Joven) and fresh style of Rioja with ripe juicy red fruit flavours and notes of spice
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    SHIRAZ “Cape Heights” (SA)

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    Production The vineyards for this Shiraz clamber up the foothills of the Swartland mountains that are comprised of sandstone and alluvial soils. This region is hot and dry which forces these unirrigated vines to work hard to produce low yields and small berries. Produced from only free run juice and fermented on skins in stainless steel tanks, a portion of the grapes are whole bunch fermented as the ripe stems add to the overall tannin quality of the wine. The remainder of the grapes are destemmed and pressed. After a third of the sugar has fermented, delestage is done once per day. The wine is drawn off at the bottom of the tank and transferred into a separate tank. Once complete, it is then transferred back into the fermentation tank onto the skins and stems. This method ensures more air is incorporated into the wine which helps to release the fresh, fruity and spicy aromas known so well in this wine. When the final blend has been made, it is aged on fine lees for an extended period in French oak barrels along with around 15% from the previous vintage. This ensures a more complex wine with greater palate weight and mouthfeel. Tasting notes Wow, the best Cape Heights Shiraz we’ve ever made, this absolutely reflects the super fantastic vintage. It is proof of how far SA reds have come in the past 10 years. It’s fresh, vibrant, positively thrumming with sappy wiry fruit with a bright mineral palate, cranberry fruit and a long, essential finish. Food match This wine was made with the barbecue in mind, it's a great partner to homemade burgers or sticky spare ribs. Awards 2017 Vintage Catavinum 2018Silver 2016 Vintage Sommelier Wine Awards 2017BronzeCatavinum 2017Silver
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    £6.50
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    WHITE “Primordial Soup” (South Africa)

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    "Production 100% old bush vines from Swartland's sandy, granitic soils, the powerful Southern sunshine makes sure the grapes reach their optimum ripeness. No irrigation is used in the vineyards and very little crop control is needed due to the age of the vines naturally restricting yield. All grapes are harvested by hand. Produced from only free run juice, part of the blend is naturally fermented and a tiny percentage in old barrels. The wine is left on fine lees for an extended period for greater palate weight and mouthfeel. Tasting notes A twinkling in the mind’s eye, this cultured concoction of the Western Cape's brightest cultivars is alive with firm, fleshy fruit. On the nose, it has notes of jasmine and white stone fruit. It has a nuanced citrusy palate and tangy finish. It's the Natural Selection. Food match Such a versatile wine. Its freshness, flavours and fabulous aromas match anything from a sensational summer salad to a fist of freshly shucked oysters."
    £5.95
    £5.95