Portuguese summertime classic. Fresh and light young wine - bright pear and soft lemon fruit on both the nose and palate with a little added spritz. The slight sparkle gives the wine a light and beautifully cleansing feel in the mouth. A top Vinho Verde and a perfect wine for a summers afternoon.
A small parcel of this top NZ Sauv Blanc has come our way at a keen price. South of the world famous Marlborough wine region, heading through Canterbury, you'll enter the Waipara Valley. A cool climate region producing some really vivid wines that are unmistakably kiwi. Bold citrus fruit, streaks of minerality and bright herbaceous flavours are to be found in this pungent, elegant wine.
Susumaniello is a grape variety found pretty much exclusively in the southern Italian region of Puglia. This variety, grown on the coastal hills just off the Mediterranean Sea, can pack a punch not unlike the more famed Primitivo variety, yet this is a variety usually found in blends and not given free reign to show its potential as a single varietal wine. Rich berry fruit, cherry and blackcurrant on the nose. A palate that's rich and full with those layers of berry fruit combining with herbs and softer, more savoury notes. A rich and smooth red that offers a glimpse of what Puglian wine is all about.
Gamay Syrah Collin Bourisset
A new one for us, from a producer who creates some great Burgundy and top Cru Beaujolais. This curious blending of Gamay and Syrah is really interesting - the light bubblegummed fruit of the former pairing with the richer, black fruit and spice of the latter. The wine is very smooth with a nice layering of flavour. Rich, juicy and smooth.
Grauer Burgunder Heinrich Gies
It seems that this winery only deals in elegance when it comes to wine. Hailing from the wine producing region of Pzals, Western Germany, Heinrich Gies' Grauer Burgunder appears light in the glass with a nose that displays white blossom and soft citrus notes. The palate mirrors the nose, with an arresting purity with the floral notes hinting at off-dry but finishing dry with a little lift of acidity
Nua Brut Bianco
Nua Brut is an elegant Italian sparkler housed in one of the prettiest bottles you'll find among these pages. A blend of Pinot Noir and Trebbiano, this is a fresh clean fizz that possesses all the fresh citrus notes you'd hope to expect within a well balanced and refreshing palate. This is a celebration fizz that won't disappoint...
Real Rubio M. Luz
A fascinating blend of Viura, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Verdejo and Malvasia (!!!), this Rioja Blanco possesses a lovely light, golden colour. On the nose there's a real restrained elegance - intense but integrated citrus, blossom and a hint of more exotic fruits. The palate at first is fresh and direct, but really opening up with all those flavours coming through. Finishing with a clean, lasting acidity. Great winemaking.
Sauvignon Muscat Reine Juliette
An unusual blend but none the worse for it combining two bright floral varieties. The Sauvignon brings body and fruit while the addition of Muscat freshens things up - giving the wine a real aromatic lift. Dry but full of rich fruitiness with a clean, crisp finish.
Tempranillo grapes from gnarly, water-stressed old bush vines are used to create this rich, interesting red. It's a moreish drop with dense dark cherry and black fruit flavours, a firm palate with a lasting finish. The wine has benefited from 2 months in French and American oak - and although compared to some Spanish reds that's not a great deal of time, the short, accelerated ageing over those 2 months has had a profound and positive effect on the wine.
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Our Partners' shops comprise Pubs, Farm Shops, Garden Centres and even a Gift Shop - all stock a different number of our wines according to their available space. What they don't hold all the time they can get in for you.
Our Partners starred * are pubs and restaurants offering our wines for take-home or to drink in for a fixed extra amount.
All orders placed will only be accepted as multiples of 6 bottles (small beer bottles count as a half), but which may be mixed.
There is no delivery charge to postcodes CO, SS, CM 1-20 or IP1-17 - it's free!
Most of the rest of mainland UK will get charged £10.00 per order regardless of order size. However there are a few areas to which we will be more than happy to arrange delivery, but which will require us to contact our courier partner for a quote before we can despatch your order.
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In the event of an item being found to be out of stock, we reserve the right to replace it with another similar item of equal or greater value.
We currently deliver only to the UK mainland, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, and the Highlands & Islands.