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Cantine Leonardo Da Vinci Vin Santo Doc 2007 (1x 50cl)

Amber in colour, with a darker core, this wine is perfumed and intense, with aromas of almonds and dried figs. The palate is rich and luscious with a velvety, almond finish.

£21.75

Cazes Muscat De Rivesaltes 2009 (1x 75cl)

Light gold in colour with lovely fresh, vibrant aromas of citrus and exotic, tropical fruit, peaches and apricots. Full and sweet on the palate with pure citrus and apricot flavours and a great level of acidity which lifts the finish and ensures impeccable balance.
£18.22

Curatolo Arini Marsala Fine NV (1x 75cl)

Made in the traditional way, the Marsala Fine is dry in style and has all the characteristics of good Marsala with notes of toasted almonds, citrus and caramel.
£9.54

Curatolo Arini Marsala Superiore Dolce NV (1x 75cl)

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£11.66

Curatolo Arini Marsala Superiore Riserva NV (1x 75cl)

The Marsala Riserva Superiore is richer, more concentrated and elegant than the Fine. It has notes of dates, sultanas and toasted almonds and a long, smooth finish.
£13.66

Fe Trimbach Gewurztraminer Vendange Tardive 2007 (1x 75cl)

One whiff of the Gewurztraminer Vendange Tardive and your sense of smell is instantly pervaded with ham hock, celery root, brown spices, mint and honey. Primary juices include rose petals and spice and a dusty botrytis character to follow. This is a lusciously sweet and complex wine.
£33.48

Hopler Eiswein half bottle Non Vintage (1x 37.5cl)

Light amber in colour. The nose is dominated with delicate spicy aromas alongside hints of date and caramel. There are smokey elements on the palate which give way to hints of tobacco and honey.

£19.26

Inniskillin Riesling Icewine half bottle 2008 (1x 37.5cl)

This Riesling Icewine shows the elegance of tropical aromas and flavours of lemon and lime. The good acidity of Riesling allows for a refreshing mouth feel with many layers of flavours that unfold.
£47.04

Klein Constantia Vin de Constance 2013 (1x 50cl)

Awarded 96 points and a Platinum Best In Show at the 2017 Decanter World Wine Awards (www.decanter.com): see their August 2017 DWWA supplement (see blue link below).

Vin de Constance 2013 - August 2017 Decanter review

Golden hued, deep amber in appearance. First nose is of freshly dried pineapples with hints of vanilla and roasted almonds. Heady woodspice scents intermingle with fresh mandarin, lemongrass and mango. The seamless palate is elegantly structured, with ripe tropical flavours of mango. and pineapple. Raisined Muscat flavours provide concentrated acidity and a piercing lift to the seemingly endless finish. Will mature for at least a further 20 years.

£42.55

Peller Family Estates Cabernet Franc Icewine half bottle 2014 (1x37.5cl)

Deep salmon pink colour with an aromatic bouquet of rhubarb, raspberry, blackberry a touch of spice and herbal notes. A rich mouth-feel with wonderful fruit flavours of red berries and rhubarb. Red currants, spice and pomegranate on a long lingering finish. Soft delicate tannins and the perfect balance of sweetness and acidity provide great mouth-feel.

£39.45

Planeta Passito Di Noto 2013 (1x 50cl)

Engagingly fresh and succulent on the nose, exhibiting classic floral and grapey aromas. The palate is medium bodied, sweet and sensuous with fine flavours of ripe apricot, honey and melon with good balancing acidity and a crisp, mouthfilling finish.

£21.78

Schloss Vollrads Riesling Auslese half bottle 2009 (1x 37.5cl)

The colour is bright golden with green hints. The nose is fresh with typical mineral complexity and apple and stone fruits of great Riesling. The palate is refreshing with its fine citrus acidity to balance the lingering sweetness on the finish. The 2009 has a lovely purity of fruit flavours, with apricot, pineapple, peach flavours intermingling alongside a touch of honeyed richness.
£30.42

Skillogalee Liqueur Muscat NV (1x 75cl)

When Dave and Diana Palmer left the UK, it was supposed to be a three-year stint in Papua New Guinea, where Dave had found a job. Six years later, work took them to Canberra until, three years further on, Dave resigned to set up his own business. By this point, Skillogalee had already entered their lives, mainly because they’d drunk plenty of it with the eldest son of the owners, and sold it at a festival. Then they heard that the winery was up for sale…so naturally they sold the house and the sports car, packed up the kids and the cat, and moved to South Australia.

What drew them to this small corner of the Clare Valley? Beyond the wines, it was possibly the mature, established vineyards, beautifully contoured and equipped to produce everything from aromatic Riesling and Gewürztraminer to full-flavoured Cabernet and Shiraz, plus lusciously sweet liqueur Muscat. But they were following in earlier English footsteps too. Skillogalee was given its name by Lancashire-born explorer John Horrocks after a troubled expedition into the Flinders Ranges when skillogalee – a Celtic name for a thin gruel – was all they had left to eat. Meanwhile, Trevarrick – Skillogalee’s finest Riesling – comes from the property’s original name, Trevarrick Farm, given to it in 1851 by Cornish miner John Trestrail – who built the stone cottage which still serves as Skillogalee’s cellar door.

This fortified wine is made in the same way that tawny port is made. It is a blend of different vintages all made from fruit growing on Skillogalee vineyards.  These separate wines are fermented and fortified and left to age in oak puncheons (500L).  The current blend is made from 1992 and 1993 vintages predominantly, with a little older material to contribute some aged, rancio character and some younger wine to give freshness and lift.

To name a wine with the prefix “liqueur” it must have at least 17% alcohol and 11% residual sugar.  Our new release Muscat, like earlier blends, readily satisfies these criteria.  It is bright, red/amber in colour with a light young sweet raisin nose.  The palate shows nutty raisin apricot flavours, very full and sweet but not cloying. The finish is lingering – very smooth and liqueur-like!

Around 2000 litres are made each year depending on the vintage.

£29.50
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