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  • 'Aux Creux du Nid', Domaine Pugibet, Sud de France
    'Gradually' would not describe the mode of expansion that Vincent and Sophie Pugibet have embraced the family estate. The marginally wild-eyed, wild-haired inheritor, has bought adjacent vineyards, a woodland and expanded the winery buildings and tank capacity. They have planted a couple of acres of a ‘yet to be named’ experimental variety which is disease resistant, and have produced this wine which, we thought, tasted remarkably good. At no stage in the process of vine to bottle has this wine seen the addition of chemicals of any sort, but created through massal selection, and endless cloning, the implications for the environment are extremely positive. We have been asked to invent a name, to replace its current acronym PIWI (Pilzwiderstandsfähige), This has delightful nuances of Sauvignon and Muscat on the nose, but with a broader palate, not dissimilar to Chardonnay. It may not win the thoroughbred stakes, but it may well become the hybrid to beat all hybrids.

    'Aux Creux du Nid', Domaine Pugibet, Sud de France

    £9.99
  • .BEB Rose, Tiago Cabaco, Estremoz, Portugal
    The labelling of this wine alone trumpets a more youthful approach and Tiago Cabaço certainly of the younger generation of winemakers. Scion of an established wine estate in the Alentejo he has branched out recently to do his own thing under his own quirky labels. There is nothing quirky about the wines however, from fruit sourced from ancient vines in the best vineyard sites around Estremoz, they are made in a modern, fruit driven style but still echo the style and flavours of the Alentejo.

    .BEB Rose, Tiago Cabaco, Estremoz, Portugal

    £8.99
  • .COM, Branco, Tiago Cabaco, Estremoz (White)
    The labelling of this wine alone trumpets a more youthful approach and Tiago Cabaço certainly of the younger generation of winemakers. Scion of an established wine estate in the Alentejo he has branched out recently to do his own thing under his own quirky labels. There is nothing quirky about the wines however, from fruit he sources from ancient vines in the best vineyard sites around Estremoz, they are made in a modern, fruit driven style but still echo the style and flavours of the Alentejo.

    .COM, Branco, Tiago Cabaco, Estremoz (White)

    £8.99
  • .COM, Tiago Cabaco, Estremoz (Red)
    The labelling of this wine alone trumpets a more youthful approach and Tiago Cabaço certainly of the younger generation of winemakers. Scion of an established wine estate in the Alentejo he has branched out recently to do his own thing under his own quirky labels. There is nothing quirky about the wines however, from fruit sourced from ancient vines in the best vineyard sites around Estremoz, they are made in a modern, fruit driven style but still echo the style and flavours of the Alentejo.

    .COM, Tiago Cabaco, Estremoz (Red)

    £8.99
  • 12-bottle Fine Wine Mixed Case, René Rostaing and Ch. Leoville Barton, SALE!
    A glorious mixed case for red fine wine lovers. Six bottles of the stunning 2007 Côte Rôtie from René Rostaing and six bottles of the fine, black-fruit dominant, spicy, Cabernet-rich claret from Château Leoville barton (2006 vintage). Snap this case up while you can.

    12-bottle Fine Wine Mixed Case, René Rostaing and Ch. Leoville Barton, SALE!

    £499.00
  • 1997 Château Margaux, Margaux 1er Cru Classé
    Parking in a walled courtyard that obscures the main house and walking out to a long and wide, immaculately kept gravel drive, you are confronted with one of the most iconic of all Bordeaux Château -the great palladian façade of Château Margaux. Paul Pontalier has been the cellar master here for many a year and under his skillful watch the quality has been more than just maintained. In a normal year the wines are impressive in a great year they are sublime. "Undoubtedly a success for the vintage, this immensely charming, dark ruby/purple-coloured wine exhibits floral, blackcurrant, and smokey, toasty oak aromas. There is admirable richness, excellent ripeness, not a great deal of density or superb concentration, but plenty of finesse, suppleness, and character." Robert Parker, Wine Advocate 2000. Rating 90/100.

    1997 Château Margaux, Margaux 1er Cru Classé

    £295.00
  • 2004 Vintage Champagne The Adnams Cellar Selection, Brut
    Adnams vintage Champagne is a luxurious, yet affordable, indulgence that we have sourced from the Champagne house of H. Blin. This wine is a blend of 50% Chardonnay and 50% Pinot Meunier which have been left on its lees for 4 and a half years before being disgorged and left to lie in the cellar for 3 months more before delivery to give complex aromas and flavours. "Ripe pineapple, biscuit, coffee, apricot, spice and toast. Rich and yeasty with a long fresh finish". Decanter Magazine awarded this Five Stars in the December 2011 edition.

    2004 Vintage Champagne The Adnams Cellar Selection, Brut

    £32.99
  • 2005 Cornerstone, Cab/Merlot/Malbec, Newton Forrest, New Zealand
    Cabernet Sauvignon (43%), Merlot (35%), Malbec (22%). 2005 produced good ripening conditions with a warm summer and dry autumn. Harvest began in late March, the three varietals were hand picked, fermented separately in small 3-tonne open fermenters, hand plunged and allowed varying periods of post-fermentation skin contact prior to pressing off the wine for malolactic fermentation and ageing in a mix of French (70%) and American (30%) oak barriques.

    2005 Cornerstone, Cab/Merlot/Malbec, Newton Forrest, New Zealand

    £19.99
  • 2005 Quinta do Crasto, Vintage Port (Half Bottle)
    Luscious flavours of conserved black fruits, coating tannic substance. True vintage port.

    2005 Quinta do Crasto, Vintage Port (Half Bottle)

    £14.99
  • 2006 Brunello di Montalcino, Castello di Argiano
    Giuseppe Sesti originally an academic with a particular passion for the effects of the moon on agriculture (he has published four books on the subject) took on the Argiano estate in 1975. The estate consists of 254 acres of land of which only eight are given over to the growing of grapevines. The rest is olive groves, pasture and woodland. The vineyards, however, are some of the best sited in the region, being on the southern slopes of Montalcino where the best Brunello comes from.

    2006 Brunello di Montalcino, Castello di Argiano

    £42.89
  • 2006 Chateau Langoa Barton, St.Julien 3ème Cru Classé
    Anthony Barton writes: Our wines at Langoa and Leoville Barton are beautifully structured with attractive balance of alcohol and acidity, and plenty of ripe tannins which are perfectly gentle on the palate.

    2006 Chateau Langoa Barton, St.Julien 3ème Cru Classé

    £45.99
  • 2006 Chateau Leoville Barton, St Julien 2me cru classe
    Anthony Barton writes: Our wines at Langoa and Leoville Barton are beautifully structured with attractive balance of alcohol and acidity, and plenty of ripe tannins which are perfectly gentle on the palate.

    2006 Chateau Leoville Barton, St Julien 2me cru classe

    £50.99
  • 2007 Alter Ego de Château Palmer, Margaux
    The second wine of Chateau Palmer which sits atop a gravely plateau in sight of the River Garonne and Château Margaux, with its 55 hectares of vineyards in the commune of Cantenac. This 49% Merlot, 51% Cabernet encompassed the depth of dense, ripe black fruit. More accessible than its big brother it makes you want to drink it there and then! A particularly fine Margaux this will deliver immense enjoyment.

    2007 Alter Ego de Château Palmer, Margaux

    £68.99
  • 2007 Bienvenue Batard Montrachet, Grand Cru, Domaine Leflaive
    Domaine Leflaive, established in 1717 has sustained an enviable reputation as one of the most highly-respected producers of white Burgundy. The indomitable Anne-Claude Leflaive took over the estate from her father Vincent in the early '90s, and in 1997 took the Domaine into organic production, and has now progressed to biodynamic cultivation. The already impressive wines just got better and better. Drink from 2013.

    2007 Bienvenue Batard Montrachet, Grand Cru, Domaine Leflaive

    £195.00
  • 2007 Côte Rôtie René Rostaing 12 Bottle Case, SALE!
    Over the years, our Côte-Rôtie eyes have frequently been bigger than our cellars, hence this great price reduction. Buy the 2007 and enjoy this grand wine with pheasant or partridge casserole, or a wholesome beef stew; this is a dream wine to be enjoyed this winter and the next.

    2007 Côte Rôtie René Rostaing 12 Bottle Case, SALE!

    £389.00
  • 2007 Côte Rôtie, René Rostaing 6 Bottle Case, SALE!
    Over the years, our Côte-Rôtie eyes have frequently been bigger than our cellars, hence this great price reduction. Buy the 2007 and enjoy this grand wine with pheasant or partridge casserole, or a wholesome beef stew; this is a dream wine to be enjoyed this winter and the next.

    2007 Côte Rôtie, René Rostaing 6 Bottle Case, SALE!

    £199.00
  • 2007 Côte Rôtie, Rene Rostaing
    Crew-cut and businesslike (he's also a legal academic and runs a sizeable property portfolio) René Rostaing has made Côte Rôtie (elite northern Rh¶ne Syrah plus a little Viognier) of stark purity at his brutally stylish Ampuis cellar since 1971. He was fortunate in inheriting many small plots, some containing century-old vines. His Côte-Rôtie comes from several different vineyard sites, is elegant yet forceful, with flavours of fresh red plums and bramble fruits, grilled bacon aromas and supported by fine-grained tannins.

    2007 Côte Rôtie, Rene Rostaing

    £36.09
  • 2007 Chamans Blanc, Hegarty-Chamans
    Burgundian gold medal winemaker Samuel Berger had a baptism of fire in his first vintage at advertising mogul John Hegarty's Carcassonne estate, a state-of-the-art, environmentally- friendly amphitheatre of vines facing the Montagne Noire. This succulent, food-friendly white is a blend of ripe Marsanne and Roussane, fermented and matured in oak.

    2007 Chamans Blanc, Hegarty-Chamans

    £12.99
  • 2007 Chateau Langoa Barton, St Julien 2me cru classe
    2007 is recognised as being a lesser vintage than the seductively correct 2005 and 2009, but thwere is absol-utely everything to play for here. Forward, appetising dark, plumy fruit, with softened tannins and well integrated acidity. A drinking vintage, rather than a laying-down vintage, and which shows bags of accessible charm.

    2007 Chateau Langoa Barton, St Julien 2me cru classe

    £38.99
  • 2007 Chateau Leoville Barton, St Julien 2me cru classe
    Leoville Barton has won many friends over the years for its fair pricing, great quality and individuality. It never has excessive oak, yet in general ages beautifullu, naturally. 2007 was a lighter vintage, produc-ing earlier drinking wines. There is by no means the need to drink this immediately, but unlike the 05, 09 or 2010, it does not need to be aged in order to deliver max pleasure. A real treat and a top-drawer delight.

    2007 Chateau Leoville Barton, St Julien 2me cru classe

    £48.99
  • 2007 Chateau Rieussec, Sauternes 1er cru classe
    Owned by Lafite, this has immense potential for many years of ageing. Rich, yet powerfully elegant, the full impact of this lovely vintage are here to taste. Limes, marmalade and honey, with classy peaches and cream finish.

    2007 Chateau Rieussec, Sauternes 1er cru classe

    £65.00
  • 2007 Chateau Suduiraut, Sauternes, 1er cru classe
    80% Semillon and 20% Sauvignon. 33% in new barriques, Exotic peach tones and lifted honeyed aromas. Beautiful equilibrium - great length and with an unctuous finish.

    2007 Chateau Suduiraut, Sauternes, 1er cru classe

    £43.49
  • 2007 Mas Laval, Vin de Pays de l'Herault
    Joel and Christine Laval’s cellar is a series of well insulated outhouses and the winery is their garage – The Laval family used to sell their grapes to the village co-operative for them to process, but little by little have taken production back in-house, literally, and rather than borrow money to build a snazzy new winery facility, have adopted their domicile to make their wine. Mas Laval is aged for 18 months in one year old barriques with a richness and generosity derived from low yields.

    2007 Mas Laval, Vin de Pays de l'Herault

    £19.49
  • 2007 Puligny-Montrachet, 1er Cru 'Les Pucelles', Domaine Leflaive
    Domaine Leflaive, established in 1717 has sustained an enviable reputation as one of the most highly-respected producers of white Burgundy. The indomitable Anne-Claude Leflaive took over the estate from her father Vincent in the early 1990s, and in 1997 took the Domaine into organic production, and has now progressed to biodynamic cultivation. The already impressive wines just got better and better. Drink now - 2018.

    2007 Puligny-Montrachet, 1er Cru 'Les Pucelles', Domaine Leflaive

    £135.00
  • 2007 Quinta do Vesuvio Vintage Port
    The 2007 vintage in the Douro was an exceptional year where the wines produced were universally expressive for their purity of the fruit flavours which were of a standard not seen since the 1955 vintage. This is not to say that 2007 is the very best vintage since 1955, but it is a vintage that stands out from others for its approachable elegance

    2007 Quinta do Vesuvio Vintage Port

    £50.00
  • 2007 Smith Woodhouse, Vintage Port
    Although considered a 'lighter' member of the great Port houses, Smith Woodhouse excells in great years such as 2007 where it delivers not only value for money but a vintage Port that will repay a decade or more in the cellar.

    2007 Smith Woodhouse, Vintage Port

    £40.00
  • 2008 Domaine du Vieux Télégraph Rouge, Châteauneuf-du-Pape
    In a run of great vintages the 2008 Vieux Télégraphe is up there with the best. The power of the fruit is balanced by a clean mineral streak and substantial silky tannins. This is a wine to nurture in your cellar for at least a decade. Violets and liquorice on the nose with brooding black fruit.

    2008 Domaine du Vieux Télégraph Rouge, Châteauneuf-du-Pape

    £35.49
  • 2008 Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru, 'Petite Chapelle', Domaine Rossignol-Trapet
    Nicholas Rossignol found that the 2008 vintage did not pose too many problems apart from some botrytis which was dealt with by rigorous triage of the grapes in the vineyard and on arrival at the cellars. The domaine Rossignol-Trapet has, for several years now, been farmed biodynamically and we are convinced that it is this that keeps their vines producing fruit of a quality and health far superior to many of their neighbours. Their 2008 reds have a concentration that others struggle to rival. Drink from 2015.

    2008 Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru, 'Petite Chapelle', Domaine Rossignol-Trapet

    £53.89
  • 2008 Latricières-Chambertin, Grand Cru, Domaine Rossignol-Trapet
    Nicholas Rossignol found that the 2008 vintage did not pose too many problems apart from some botrytis which was dealt with by rigorous triage of the grapes in the vineyard and on arrival at the cellars. The domaine Rossignol-Trapet has, for several years now, been farmed biodynamically and we are convinced that it is this that keeps their vines producing fruit of a quality and health far superior to many of their neighbours. Their '08 reds have a concentration that others struggle to rival. DRink from 2018.

    2008 Latricières-Chambertin, Grand Cru, Domaine Rossignol-Trapet

    £86.00
  • 2008 Liber Bianco, Colli Veronese, Fasoli Gino
    Natalino Gino's father went 'green' twice over. First the herbicides he'd been advised to spray on his vineyards (planted by patriarch Amadio Gino in 1925) to the west of the Veneto's Soave region made him unwell. As a result, in 1980 he set out to achieve organic certification, finally succeeding ten years later. This is pure Garganega, barrel fermented and aged in cask. Rich and complex this deserves serious attention.

    2008 Liber Bianco, Colli Veronese, Fasoli Gino

    £10.59
  • 2008 Pinot Noir, The John Forrest Collection, Bannockburn
    The palate has flavours of sweet red fruits balanced by silky tannins and a bright acidity all of which evolve in the glass to a savoury, almost gamey finish.

    2008 Pinot Noir, The John Forrest Collection, Bannockburn

    £18.99
  • 2009 Château Côte Montpezat, Côtes de Castillon
    This picturesque château is something of a gem. Having been extensively refurbished by Dominique Bessineau when he bought the estate in 1989, it is believed that pilgrims en route to St. Jacques (Santiago) de Compestella, drank from the well here. It became a postal relay in the seventeenth century, adding proof to the fact that this was a stop-over for the pilgrims. The vines are around 30-years-old, and this classy wine from the Côtes substantiates the old vine status with its depth of fruit and backbone.

    2009 Château Côte Montpezat, Côtes de Castillon

    £18.99
  • 2009 Château Léoville Barton, St. Julien, 2ème Cru Classé
    Around 77% Cabernet and 23% Merlot, but there is 0.5% splash of Cabernet Franc. So we were told! Like its junior sibling, this wine has great structural properties, and the initial impression when tasted was that this was a very serious wine, with masses of brooding, ripe tannins. At this very early stage, however, black fruit, tar, coffee beans and spice were all in strong evidence, but these will undoubtedly disappear in due course, to emerge in future years. Unlike its junior sibling, however, this was taking no prisoners, and is undoubtedly a wine for very long-term keeping which will probably be the toast of top restaurants in many years to come. Drink 2021 - 2035.

    2009 Château Léoville Barton, St. Julien, 2ème Cru Classé

    £109.00
  • 2009 Château Langoa Barton, St. Julien, 3ème Cru Classé
    Langoa is always the easier of the two Barton wines to taste, with a hint more overt fruit but the 2009, much like the 2005, made us wonder why pay more for the Léoville when the Langoa is so outstandingly good? The answer would become more apparent with the passing of the years with the latter peaking earlier, and the former having the legs to take it into a third decade if patience and resolve permitted. 54% Cabernet Sauvignon, 34% Merlot and 12% Cabernet Franc of which 60% will go into new oak. At the time of tasting, this already had some beautiful oak tones, which were merely signposts of something wiser and more structural to come. This is a big wine with grip and tannins, supporting tarry, sweet, ripe black fruit. We loved the creamy finish. Drink 2019 - 2029.

    2009 Château Langoa Barton, St. Julien, 3ème Cru Classé

    £69.00
  • 2009 Riesling Gebling, Weingut Felsner, Kremstal
    Wine for a hedonistic spree, with scents of jasmine and honeysuckle and vibrant peachy, citrusy flavours. On a more mundane level, it works well with pan-fried river fish or pork tenderloins. This racy style hails from Manfred Felsner's sun-trapping, free-draining slopes in Kremstal, an hour's drive north-west of Vienna. The 9th generation winemaker started on his steep wine learning curve at the age of 15 when his grandfather gifted him a vineyard.

    2009 Riesling Gebling, Weingut Felsner, Kremstal

    £17.39
  • 2009 Sauvignon Blanc, The John Forrest Collection
    Leaving behind careers in medicine and molecular biology, Doctors John and Brigid Forrest established Forrest Estate in Marlborough's stony Wairau River Valley (not a million miles from Cloudy Bay) in 1989. This cheery pair won a coup at their first vintage, scooping a trophy for their Sauvignon at NZ's national wine awards.

    2009 Sauvignon Blanc, The John Forrest Collection

    £16.99
  • 2009 Terra de Lobos Rosé, Quinta do Casal Branco, Ribatejo
    Just to the north of Lisbon, on the east bank of the river Tagus, Quinta do Casal Branco is a large mixed farm that grows tomatoes, melons, wheat and maize. They also breed Lusitano horses and raise cattle. Jose Lobo de Vasconcelos, whose family has been here since 1775, also has 135 hectares of vines. Jose uses a mix of local and international grape varieties to produce great value wines of real character.

    2009 Terra de Lobos Rosé, Quinta do Casal Branco, Ribatejo

    £6.49
  • 2009 Volnay Villages, Domaine Joseph Voillot
    Jean-Pierre Charlot, Joseph Voillot's son-in-law, limped out on crutches to meet us, having done irreparable damage to his knee at harvest time. Laconic initially, he opened up much as his wines tend to do with a little air, and pronounced on the vintage as only a man at the heart of the Côtes de Beaune might. He is a source of sound information, and dispenses help and pearls of wisdom to other growers, having lectured on matters viticultural and vinous. His rule of thumb for his wines, tends to be to wait for 5 - 6 years, then drink them at around 8 - 10 years old! We tasted from a dozen barrels, in the deep, dark confines of his ancient cellar, and could easily have offered all twelve, but decided to plump for our top three wines. The ripe fruit and perfect levels of the structural tannins and acidity, plus a little of Jean-Pierre's magic, have produced wines of considerable charm and mid-term potential. Bravo Charlot! Drink 2013 - 2017.

    2009 Volnay Villages, Domaine Joseph Voillot

    £32.59
  • 2010 Mas de Daumas Gassac Blanc, Vin de Pays de l'Hérault
    Celebrated Languedoc 'Grand Cru'-Mas de Daumas Gassac is home to iconoclast Aimé Guibert, who carved vineyards into the herb-scented, tangled thicket (the Garrigue) pervading his ancient estate. His disdain for the varietal-proscribing laws of appellation, which, he says, guarantee nothing but mediocrity, he finds expression in gems such as this. Drink now.

    2010 Mas de Daumas Gassac Blanc, Vin de Pays de l'Hérault

    £30.99
  • 2011 Font de Michelle, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Gonnet Père et Fils
    A close neighbour of Vieux Telegraphe, the family firm of Font Michelle makes red Châteauneuf of substance principally made from their treasured vineyards of Grenache vines of more than 50 years old. According to local archives, the Gonnet family has been settled at Bédarrides since 1600. In 1880 Jean Etienne Gonnet built the farmhouse that serves as the headquarters of the estate today. His grandson, Etienne Gonnet, created Font de Michelle in 1950. This 30 hectare vineyard -adjoining land connected all in one lot - is magnificently situated in the southeast of the Châteauneuf du Pape AOC.

    2011 Font de Michelle, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Gonnet Père et Fils

    £25.49
  • 2011 Mas de Daumas Gassac Blanc, Vin de Pays de l'Hérault
    Celebrated Languedoc 'Grand Cru', Mas de Daumas Gassac is home to iconoclast Aimé Guibert, who carved vineyards into the herb-scented, tangled thicket (Garrigue) pervading his ancient estate. His disdain for the varietal-proscribing laws of appellation, which, he says, guarantee nothing but mediocrity, he finds expression in gems like this. "A very late spring and long summer led to one of the latest harvests...a superb density and freshness in the mouth, the emphasis is on fruit and minerality." Aimé Guibert. Drink now.

    2011 Mas de Daumas Gassac Blanc, Vin de Pays de l'Hérault

    £32.60
  • 50cl 2006 Molino Real, Mountain Malaga, Telmo Rodriguez
    Although sweet, it's not at all cloying, and the finish is fresh, clean and delicious. Recommended with strawberries.

    50cl 2006 Molino Real, Mountain Malaga, Telmo Rodriguez

    £29.99
  • 50cl MR Moscatel, Telmo Rodriguez, Mountain Malaga
    Inspired by wine writer Hugh Johnson's comment that one of the greatest wines he'd ever tried was from the mountains of Malaga, relentlessly-innovating winemaker Telmo Rodriguez went that aways in search of a high-altitude vineyard. Having secured a plot and planted it to Moscatel, he produced his first vintage in 1998. This sweet, succulent style has aromas of fresh mint and orange peel and an aromatic, grapey palate finishing on a note of dry honey.

    50cl MR Moscatel, Telmo Rodriguez, Mountain Malaga

    £13.99
  • 6 La Rochere Bee Large Wine Beakers
    This glass collection was inspired by a Morocco-bound travel set with a bee pattern that belonged to Napoleon and is today displayed at the Musée Carnavalet in Paris. La Rochere provides affordable and romantic glassware. Dishwasher safe.

    6 La Rochere Bee Large Wine Beakers

    £27.45
  • 6 La Rochere Bee Small Wine Beakers
    This glass collection was inspired by a Morocco-bound travel set with a bee pattern that belonged to Napoleon and is today displayed at the Musée Carnavalet in Paris. La Rochere provides affordable and and romantic glassware. Dishwasher safe.

    6 La Rochere Bee Small Wine Beakers

    £24.95
  • 6 La Rochere Bee Stemmed Glasses
    This glass collection was inspired by a Morocco-bound travel set with a bee pattern that belonged to Napoleon and is today displayed at the Musée Carnavalet in Paris. La Rochere provides affordable and romantic glassware. Dishwasher safe.

    6 La Rochere Bee Stemmed Glasses

    £27.45
  • 7 Deadly Zins, Michael David, Lodi
    Michael and David are the 5th generation of the Phillips family, who have been growing grapes in the Lodi region of California since the mid 1800s. They have over 650 hectares of mostly“old-vine Zinfandel and Rhône varietals. They strive to use all natural farming practices and premium vineyard management techniques which result in the very best grapes. Seven vineyards were chosen to supply the best, old vine Zinfandels (as well as the worst pun). Rich, earthy, dark berry aromas with bright raspberry, cranberry fruit, and spice on the finish.

    7 Deadly Zins, Michael David, Lodi

    £16.99
  • A taste of Chile - Casa Rivas mixed 12-bottle case
    Chile has a dramatically varied climate thanks to its long, thin shape, the influence of the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Andes to the east. However, it has areas that are perfect for growing healthy, ripe grapes, with superb flavour. This case is an accessible taste of this beautiful country.

    A taste of Chile - Casa Rivas mixed 12-bottle case

    £75.00
  • Adnams 12-bottle Beer Selection Pack
    A treat for all Adnams beer fans, this is a case designed to whet the taste buds.

    Adnams 12-bottle Beer Selection Pack

    £20.00
  • Adnams American IPA Mini Cask Twin-Pack, 4.8% abv
    These two mini casks between them contain ten litres of beer, which is about 17 and a half pints. Just perfect for parties or celebratory gatherings. Adnams American IPA is a 4.8% abv golden beer with fragrant citrus / floral aromas and a deep citrus bitterness. It is brewed with a blend of American hops, such as Willamette, Amarillo, Cascade, Centennial, Chinook and Citra, and Pale Ale malted barley, along with some Munich malt, Crystal malt and malted wheat give a biscuity backbone to the citrus from the hops .

    Adnams American IPA Mini Cask Twin-Pack, 4.8% abv

    £31.98
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