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Bodegas Escudero Arvum 2005 (1x 75cl)

A wine made with Love Labour Artistry and Science to delight the most exquisite palates.

£33.95

Brusset Cotes Du Rhone 2016 (1x75cl)

This wine not only looks like raspberries in the glass, but it shows them on the nose as well. On the palate it is supple, elegant and harmonious, and the aromatics give it a lift which can be very moreish!

£11.25

Brusset Gigondas Les Hauts De Montmirail 2016 (1x 75cl)

Deep crimson in colour, with a rich, spicy, smoky aroma, showing hints of chocolate and blackberry and a rounded, powerful palate with mouthfilling fruit.

£30.00

Chante Cigale Chateauneuf Du Pape 2015 (1x75cl)

Domaine Chante Cigale is situated on the left bank of the Rhône, between Orange and Sorgues, on a variety of soils which contain a high proportion of ‘galets.’ These are the large stones of Châteauneuf-du-Pape which heat up during the day and release their heat at night, allowing the grapes to achieve maximum ripeness. The red is powerful, with defined fruit characters and supple tannins. Since taking over the running of the estate from his father over ten years ago, Alexandre Favier has transformed the quality of the wines, which now rank amongst the very best of the appellation.

Deep ruby in colour with a wonderful nose of spice and dark fruits this is a real winter warmer. The palate is rich and ripe with layers of fruit and spice supported by fine tannins.

Some of our suggestions for matching food to this wine are: warm cabbage salad with roquefort and peppered bacon, roast leg of lamb with mustard and red wine sauce or spiced venison steaks with red-cabbage confit and red-wine sauce.

£26.60

Chante Cigale Chateauneuf Reserve Des Oliviers 2015 (1 x 75cl)

Domaine Chante Cigale is situated on the left bank of the Rhône, between Orange and Sorgues, on a variety of soils which contain a high proportion of ‘galets.’ These are the large stones of Châteauneuf-du-Pape which heat up during the day and release their heat at night, allowing the grapes to achieve maximum ripeness. The red is powerful, with defined fruit characters and supple tannins. Since taking over the running of the estate from his father over ten years ago, Alexandre Favier has transformed the quality of the wines, which now rank amongst the very best of the appellation.

The grenache character predominates on the nose with plenty of raspberry fruit. A succulent attack is balanced by fine tannins and good acidity. The finish is marked by spice and blackcurrant.

Very versatile due the fine tannins and fresh fruitiness. Try it with chicken in mushroom or red wine sauce, or with a barbeque. For the veggies out there, this goes excellently with cheese and tomoato omlette or a leek and onion quiche.

£22.65

Chateau De Vaudieu Closerie De Vaudieu Chateauneuf-Du-Pape 2011 (1x 75cl)

Deep ruby red in colour, with a black cherry core. This wine has lively berry fruits on the nose, with a touch of liquorice and a hint of black pepper.

£19.25

Chateau De Vaudieu Closerie De Vaudieu Chateauneuf-Du-Pape 2014 (1x 75cl)

Deep ruby red in colour, with a black cherry core. This wine has lively berry fruits on the nose, with a touch of liquorice and a hint of black pepper.

£19.95

Châteauneuf du Pape Chaupin, Domaine de la Janasse 2013 (1x 75cl)

Good ruby red colour. Ripe, serious aromas of currant, chocolate, liquorice and Provençal herbs. Fat and dense but fresh and stylish, with a lively mineral quality and solid ripe acidity. Finishes with very smooth tannins.

£47.10

Cien Y Pico Knights-Errant 2008 (1x 75cl)

A dark, intense wine. The nose offers a compote of blueberries, blackberries and dark cacao chocolate. Hints of cinnamon, spice and exotic smells of fresh black pepper. On the palate there is strong but soft, intense blackberry fruit - a velvet glove over an iron fist. Dark leather and dry cocoa tannins and an almost chocolate truffled palate, supported by creamy blueberry cheesecake and fresh, uplifting pure blackberry.
£18.20

Darenberg dArrys Original Shiraz Grenache 2014 (1 x 75cl)

Family owned d’Arenberg is located in the breathtaking McLaren Vale in South Australia, and produces an enviable range of wines. From humble beginnings, these wines quickly gained cult status amongst imbibers and judges alike – it’s a deft combination of winemaking tradition and vinous innovation. A tall order for some, but one that d’Arenberg takes in their stride as they continue to push the boundaries and get under the skin of each individual vineyard in order to get the best from the vines. This is backed up by an engaging consumer-friendly approach to the ‘deadly serious fun’ of wine.

D'Arenberg's own tasting notes for this wine are excellent, so please click the blue link below to see all this wine's details.

D'Arry's Original Shiraz Grenache 2014 - Fiche Technique 

£13.05

Darenberg The Stump Jump Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre 2015 (1x75cl)

Family owned d’Arenberg is located in the breath-taking McLaren Vale in South Australia and produces an enviable range of wines. From humble beginnings, these wines quickly gained cult status amongst imbibers and judges alike – it’s a deft combination of winemaking tradition and vinous innovation. A tall order for some, but one that d’Arenberg takes in their stride as they continue to push the boundaries and get under the skin of each individual vineyard in order to get the best from the vines. This is backed up by an engaging consumer-friendly approach to the ‘deadly serious fun’ of wine.

D'Arenberg's own tasting notes for this wine are excellent, so please click the blue link below to see all this wine's details.

d'Arenberg The Stump Jump Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre 2015 – Fiche Technique

£9.85

Domaine de Mourchon Grande Reserve AOP Cotes du Rhone-Villages Seguret 2015 (1x 75cl)

We also highly recommend the rest of the Domaine de Mourchon range, click here.

Set in a secluded valley between the picturesque village of Séguret and Mont Ventoux, Domaine de Mourchon was created by the McKinlay family in 1998. The vineyard had some twenty hectares of mature vines but no facility to make wine so, using modern technology and high standards, a winery was constructed and completed in 2000. They  are currently in the process of converting to complete organic farming and expect to be fully certified in 2020.

65% Grenache, 35% Syrah. This wine comes from vines that are 60 years old. Yields are (a very low) 20 ha/hl, giving rise to a wine of great flavour and aroma intensity. It is matured 40% in oak barrels and 60% concrete vats (to combine the complexity of the oak-aged fraction with the fruit concentration of that aged in inert vats). 

The colour is deep purple with a nose expressing spicy, liquorice notes associated with candied red fruits. The palate is concentrated, round and rich with intense fruit, harmonious spices and tannins.

Enjoy with meat in sauce, game, creamy cheeses or chocolate desserts with a red fruit coulis.

£17.50

Domaine De Pres Lasses Faugeres 2013 (1 x 75cl)

Sheltered by the foothills of the Cévennes, the final natural barrier before the Mediterranean, the Faugères vineyards are set on steep, south-facing schist slopes, looking over the Béziers plain. Boris Feigel is responsible for the winemaking here. He has worked with Humbrecht in Alsace and – although not officially biodynamic or organic – his approach is very sensitive to his raw materials, with use of organic fertiliser, ploughing, short-pruning and very little spraying of synthetic products in the vineyard. The small size of his new winery allows him to maintain an immediate overview of all the wines from all the plots he works with and lavish on them the care and attention they deserve.

Subtly spicy, with ripe red fruit aromas and flavours. Beautifully soft and generous texture with silky-fine tannins and characteristic Southern French 'garrigue' flavours - thyme, rosemary, marjoram and other wild herbs.

This wine is excellent when served with with grilled vegetables or tomato dishes.

£14.40

Domaine Gramenon Cotes du Rhone La Meme Ceps Centenaire 2016 (6x75cl)

In December of 1978 Philippe Laurent and Michèle Aubéry-Laurent bought a barn and 12 hectares of old vines in Montbrison.  Their first harvest took place in 1979 with their first cuvee being the Ceps Centenaires. As time has passed they have extended their vineyards as well as buying new plots of land and they now have 25 hectares of land under vine. The vineyard is now certified as organic.

The grapes for this wine have been picked by hand from vines that are more than 100 years old. They choose not to fine or filter their wine before bottling and only a minimal amount of sulphur is added if required. These wines are always produced with the aim of making them the best possible expression of the vintage as well as the vineyard. This is a wine which you can open and enjoy now but it will keep maturing and developing for between 10 and 15 years so don't be afraid to hide some away for a special occasion!

£212.15

Domaine Richaud Terre De Galets Cotes du Rhone 2016 (1x75cl)

Awarded 90 points and Highly Recomended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) - in their December 2017 edition - in their Weekday Wines column (see blue link below)

Domaine Richaud Terre De Galets Cotes du Rhone 2016 - June 2018 Decanter review

Domaine Richaud might be situated closer to the Languedoc than Burgundy, but stylistically Marcel Richaud sees himself as having more in common with the Côte d'Or. He is dismissive of what he describes as the over-extracted styles of the south. The key, he says, is balance and this begins in the meticulously tended vineyards. His new winery has a range of smaller tanks, giving greater flexibility for blending smaller parcels of wine.

The vineyards cover 55 hectares outside the village of Cairanne, on the road to Rasteau in the Côtes du Rhône. The vines are bush trained and low yielding and are 30 years old on average. Yields are approximately 38-45 hectolitres per hectare. The grapes for this wine are grown in Les Garrigues, Paligot and Beauchières vineyards. The soil consists of ancient sandy, gravelly and stony soils in the valleys of Algues and Ouveze. The vineyards are certified organic by Ecocert.

2016 was a classic vintage. Drought conditions produced smaller berries with less juice meaning lower yields, but other than that there was little to be concerned. The growing season got off to an early start, without the excessive humidity. Summer arrived earlier as well, and flowering occurred in nearly ideal conditions. The second half of the season was warm and very dry. While the hot and dry conditions persisted, the cool nights helped mitigate the effects of the heat.

Traditional vinification took place in concrete tanks where the wine remained until bottling, after which it was stored in temperature-controlled underground cellars until release.

This wine is light garnet in colour, with notes of red fruits and black olive. Fresh and balanced on the palate, with hints of violets, it has good structure, rounded tannins and a long finish.

£18.55
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