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A Mano Aleatico Di Puglia Passito 2010 (1x 75cl)

Deep ruby red in colour with perfumes of red rose petals and dried cherries giving way to a dark, black cherry and spice character on the palate with rounded tannins and a characteristic bitter twist. Sweet and luscious but not cloying, it has dried fruit and cinnamon perfumes on the finish.  


Anselmi I Capitelli Igt half bottle 2015 (1x 35.5cl)

Stunningly rich and complex, packed with apricot, honey and pear flavours with tobacco and cedar notes, it is smooth, subtle and velvety.

Barbi Vin Santo Doc half bottle 2011 (1x37.5cl)

The colour varies from golden to intense amber. The perfume is intensely aromatic with hints of raisins and nuts; on the palate it is round and very persistent.


Barroubio Muscat De Saint Jean De Minervois 2016 (1 x 75cl)

Domaine de Barroubio is located on a high plateau in the department of Hérault in the commune of Saint Jean de Minervois, a viticultural area famed for the Muscat grape. The vineyards, which lie at an altitude of 250m above sea level, face south for maximum sun exposure. Owner and winemaker Raymond Miquel has built a reputation for the fine quality of his Muscats.

This fortified sweet wine - vin doux naturel - is shimmering golden in the glass with an intense, complex nose of grapes, pear, rose petals and citrus. On the palate it is sweet, rich, powerful with a balancing zesty acidity on the long finish.

This intensely aromatic sweet wine should be served very cold and will pair well with strongly flavoured foods from pate to chocolate cake.


Bertani Recioto Valpolicella Doc 2014 (1x 50cl)

Classical notes of plum, cherry and raspberries, accompanied by spices, vanilla, hay and cocoa. In the month it is intense and full bodied.


Bertani Recioto Valpolicella Doc 2015 (1x50cl)

Classical notes of plum, cherry and raspberries, accompanied by spices, vanilla, hay and cocoa. In the month it is intense and full bodied.


Cantine Leonardo Da Vinci Vin Santo Doc 2010 (1x50cl)

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.


Cortegiara Recioto Della Valpolicella 2014 (1x 50cl)

Ruby red in colour, this wine has an intense perfumes of vibrant red fruit and aromatic herbs. This wine is elegant, well-balanced and has a sweetness that is not cloying.  It has fresh acidity and finishes long.

Dreissigacker Bechtheimer `Stein` Riesling Auslese 2008 (1x 50cl)

Pale straw in colour, this wine has a fruity, rich and concentrated, yet very elegant nose with perfumes of ripe exotic fruit. A very elegant sweet wine, it is well balanced by acidity, aromas of ripe apricot and peach and very long finish.

Franz Haas Moscato Rosa `Schweizer` half bottle 2012 (1x 37.5cl)

Deep cherry pink in colour, the Moscato Rosa is intensely perfumed, with aromas of spice and rose petals, a touch of turkish delights and some orange peel.  On the palate it is sweet but not cloying, with a fresh, orange zest balancing the soft red berry fruit character.  Long and fragrant to the finish, Moscato Rosa has excellent ageing capacity.

Franz Haas Moscato Rosa `Schweizer` half bottle 2016 (1x 37.5cl)

The Haas family has been growing grapes in Montagna in the province of Bolzano in the Alto Adige for generations. However, it is only with Franz, the current proprietor, that they have begun to produce and bottle quality wines. Franz studied at Geisenheim before working as a broker of Italian wines into the German market. After several years, he took over the running of the family business. Franz Haas goes to tremendous lengths to grow good grapes and then strives to preserve the flavours of the fruit during winemaking. As a result, the wines that he produces are infused with great character and show a rare purity and balance on the palate.

The Moscato Rosa vines, a native aromatic variety of the Alto Adige, grow at altitudes of 250-300 metres in a well-ventilated area in the municipality of Egna. The wind is essential to prevent the stagnation of humidity which would cause the development of mould such as Botrytis. For this very delicate variety, the development of Botrytis must be prevented because its presence would cause a reduction of the aromatic components. The vineyards selected for Moscato Rosa are south and south-west facing and are made up of a mixture of porphyry, sand, clay and chalk.

The Moscato Rosa was vinified as a red wine, with a short maceration on the skins to extract more colour. Fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks and was stopped by reducing the temperature. After fermentation, the wine remained in tank until it was ready for bottling and then spent a further six months in bottle before release.

Moscato Rosa is a bright ruby red wine with fragrances of a lively freshness and an intense aromatic bouquet with notes of rose, cloves, cinnamon and orange peel. On the palate the wine fascinates with complexity and elegant structure and a fascinating interplay between acidity, sweetness and tannin.

Moscato Rosa is a very special wine which is ideal for extravagant pairings and to drink on its own. It matches perfectly with dry chocolate cakes, with the typical Austrian Linzer Torte and with chocolate-desserts.


Gallio Torcolato Breganze Ale 2013 (1x 50cl)

Gallio is a family owned and run winery, located in Breganze, in the province of Vicenza near Bassano del Grappa. It was founded by Bruno Gallio, the owner and winemaker out of his passion for Torcolato. Bruno's grandfather and father also produced wine but on an even smaller scale, for family own consumption only. In the past, it was relatively common for wines to be made from grapes dried on the vine, by cutting off from the flow of sap by twisting their stems - the word 'torcolato' meaning twisted. This name has been given to modern white Recioto from Breganze, made from semi-dried Vespaiolo grapes, although the vines are no longer twisted.

The vineyards are situated in the foothills of the dolomites. Soils are volcanic-tuffaceous, providing excellent water balance, which is reflected in the wine. The total production is around 4,000 bottles per year.

The grapes were harvested by hand and put to dry partly laid on racks, partly hanging from the beams depending on the type of cluster. The natural drying process lasted two to three months, until the sugar concentration reached the desired level. The painstaking care in the selection of the clusters took a long time, but resulted in exceptional quality. After destemming, which is particularly delicate due to the long drying phase, grapes underwent a slow and gentle pressing to give the wine its characteristic softness. Fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks using only naturally occuring enzymes contained in the must. The wine was then clarified by cooling down in a fridge, so there was no need for mechanical filtration. The wine was bottled after ageing for a year in stainless steel tanks.

Bright amber gold in colour. This wine has perfumes of honey combined with tropical fruit, apricot, peach and citrus. On the palate it is full-bodied, elegant, delicate and clean. The high phenolic ripeness accentuates the fruit on the nose and palate. There is excellent balance between acidity and sugars, and a long fresh finish.


Ken Forrester T Noble Late Harvest 2013 (1x 37.5cl)

This golden wine with fresh, green tones is in a lighter style, clean yet unctuously sweet. Sumptuous peach, apricot flavours, overlaid with a tropical lushness of melon and pineapple. Ripe sweetness, yet tangy, with sweet and sour zip, wood spice on the finish.



Mount Horrocks Cordon Cut Riesling half bottle 2016 (1x 37.5cl)

Pale yellow gold. Orange marmalade and fresh vanilla notes lift a most appealing aroma. These carry through to the palate, augmented with lemon curd and mineral-flint tones, a clear, bright sherbet-like tang and incredible length of flavour. It`s wonderfully concentrated and sweet but in no way cloying, managing to combine richness with vitality and texture with zing. This vintage is a little more intense, mouth-filling and flavoursome - partially due to the influence of botrytis cinerea mould, a first for Cordon Cut.

Pieropan Le Colombare Recioto Di Soave 2012 (1x50cl)

An intense gold in colour, with perfumes of dried apricots and lightly toasted almonds, it has a perfectly balanced palate, with just the right level of delicate sweetness offset by a freshness on the finish.  Lovely, rich, almost exotic fruit on the palate, with a baked peaches character and long, perfumed finish.

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