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The Reds

  • Alianca Dao ReservaOn Salealianca

    This is a blend of local varietals from the Dao region of central Portugal, the next  river valley down from the Duoro which is the Port river. The grapes used are: Tinta Roriz (best known as Tempranillo), Jaen (best known as Mencia) and Touriga Nacional; not names that roll easily off the tongue – that […]

  • Breganze Pinot GrigioOn SaleBreganze PG

    Breganze is just to the west of Venice, sitting within the region of Veneto an area that produces more DOC wine than any other Italian region; and best known for producing Friulano based wines rather than Pinot Grigio. Cantina Beato Bartolomeo is a cooperative of around 180 growers and has concentrated its efforts in the […]

  • Buxy Montagny Vielles VignesOn Salemontagny

    The Cave des Vignerons de Buxy is a cooperative with around 120 growers all producing good quality fruit from the Montagny appellation. This is situated between Meursault and Mâcon at the southern end of the Burgundy region and offers great value-for-money whites from 100% Chardonnay. The wine is vinified and aged in stainless steels vats […]

  • Chateau GuiotOn Saleguiot

    Costières de Nîmes has more in common with the Rhône Valley across the river than it does with the wines of Languedoc immediately neighbouring it. A blend of Grenache and Syrah, this wine has a delicious scented nose with herby aromas, lashings of juicy forest fruits and spicy, rich berry flavours with hints of spice […]

  • Cuvee Genevieve RedOn Salegenevieve red

    This wine is made from grapes sourced from a number of growers in the local cooperative from a blend of Grenache and Carignan, two varietals that appear in the majority of Languedoc and Southern French wines. Supple and inviting on the nose there is plenty of red fruit flavour and a hint of spice. On […]

  • Cuvee Genevieve WhiteOn Salegenevieve white

    A blend of Ugni Blanc, Colombard, Melon and Sauvignon Blanc from the south of France; specifically from the areas around Charentes and Gascogne. Light and straightforward, with an up-front nose of citrus fruit, tinged with a subtle leafy character, this really is a wine built for summer sunshine. With the soft citrus and green leaf […]

  • De Telmont Brut ChampagneOn SaleDT

    Classic champagne elegance from De Telmont, with a balanced style that lends itself to any occasion. Founded in 1912 and classified as a Grande Marque champagne this is brilliant value for money, we’d describe this as our ‘house’ Champagne. A blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, the wine is medium bodied, with good soft fruits […]

  • Jean Vincent Pouilly FumeOn SaleVincent Pouilly Fume

    Pouilly Fume has taken a back seat to its more recognized neighbour Sancerre in recent years, mainly due to the expensive nature of good Pouilly. Whilst they are both Sauvignon Blanc and the two areas are right next to each other on the either side of the river valley, wines from Pouilly are deeper and […]

  • La Toledana GaviOn SaleToledana Gavi

    The white wines of the town of Gavi in Piedmont have been dubbed the Chablis of Italy, due to their fresh, steely minerality. An odd epitaph given the differences between Chardonnay, the classic king of Burgundy and Cortese the simple elegant varietal that produces Gavi. Although the phrase harks more to the crisp minerality of […]

  • Lacheteau Sauvignon BlancOn SaleLacheteau Sauvignon

    Despite having been making wine in the Loire and Anjou for over 25 years, Andre Lacheteau is probably best known for getting under the skin of the entire New Zealand wine trade with his French made but intriguingly named Kiwi Cuvee in the mid 00’s, despite the fact it was made by a Kiwi winemaker! […]

  • Les Galets Cotes du RhoneOn Saleles galets

    Galets are the large pudding stones found in the Rhône valley which help store heat and provide excellent drainage. This Côtes-du-Rhône is blended from the classic Rhone combination of Grenache and Syrah to provide an accessible, early drinking style without being overly tannic or full bodied. The value for money that this wine delivers is […]

  • The Ned Sauvignon BlancOn SaleThe Ned

    The Ned is quickly becoming a sensation across the water in the UK, and it’s easy to see why; more than half of all the wine they produce from the Ned is shipped there. The name comes from the tallest mountain that overlooks the vineyard, but the man behind the wine is Brent Marris, formerly […]

  • Vinalba Reserva MalbecOn Salevinalba malbec

    Viñalba is a family-owned company, set-up and run by husband and wife team Hervé and Diane Joyaux Fabre. Herve is the winemaker, having grown up in Bordeaux he set up one of the first “foreign” wineries in Argentina in 1992. Herve now owns some of the oldest Malbec plantings in Argentina, from 1908, and was […]

  • Vocoret ChablisOn Salevocoret

    From one of the northernmost wine-growing areas in the world, where a combination of cool weather, limestone soils and a layer of Kimmeridgian clay produces one of the world’s most iconic wine-styles. Vocoret sources grapes from the entire appellation for this – their entry level Chablis; the juice undergoes a low temperature fermentation, a technique […]


 

The Whites

  • Alianca Dao ReservaOn Salealianca

    This is a blend of local varietals from the Dao region of central Portugal, the next  river valley down from the Duoro which is the Port river. The grapes used are: Tinta Roriz (best known as Tempranillo), Jaen (best known as Mencia) and Touriga Nacional; not names that roll easily off the tongue – that […]

  • Breganze Pinot GrigioOn SaleBreganze PG

    Breganze is just to the west of Venice, sitting within the region of Veneto an area that produces more DOC wine than any other Italian region; and best known for producing Friulano based wines rather than Pinot Grigio. Cantina Beato Bartolomeo is a cooperative of around 180 growers and has concentrated its efforts in the […]

  • Buxy Montagny Vielles VignesOn Salemontagny

    The Cave des Vignerons de Buxy is a cooperative with around 120 growers all producing good quality fruit from the Montagny appellation. This is situated between Meursault and Mâcon at the southern end of the Burgundy region and offers great value-for-money whites from 100% Chardonnay. The wine is vinified and aged in stainless steels vats […]

  • Chateau GuiotOn Saleguiot

    Costières de Nîmes has more in common with the Rhône Valley across the river than it does with the wines of Languedoc immediately neighbouring it. A blend of Grenache and Syrah, this wine has a delicious scented nose with herby aromas, lashings of juicy forest fruits and spicy, rich berry flavours with hints of spice […]

  • Cuvee Genevieve RedOn Salegenevieve red

    This wine is made from grapes sourced from a number of growers in the local cooperative from a blend of Grenache and Carignan, two varietals that appear in the majority of Languedoc and Southern French wines. Supple and inviting on the nose there is plenty of red fruit flavour and a hint of spice. On […]

  • Cuvee Genevieve WhiteOn Salegenevieve white

    A blend of Ugni Blanc, Colombard, Melon and Sauvignon Blanc from the south of France; specifically from the areas around Charentes and Gascogne. Light and straightforward, with an up-front nose of citrus fruit, tinged with a subtle leafy character, this really is a wine built for summer sunshine. With the soft citrus and green leaf […]

  • De Telmont Brut ChampagneOn SaleDT

    Classic champagne elegance from De Telmont, with a balanced style that lends itself to any occasion. Founded in 1912 and classified as a Grande Marque champagne this is brilliant value for money, we’d describe this as our ‘house’ Champagne. A blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, the wine is medium bodied, with good soft fruits […]

  • Jean Vincent Pouilly FumeOn SaleVincent Pouilly Fume

    Pouilly Fume has taken a back seat to its more recognized neighbour Sancerre in recent years, mainly due to the expensive nature of good Pouilly. Whilst they are both Sauvignon Blanc and the two areas are right next to each other on the either side of the river valley, wines from Pouilly are deeper and […]

  • La Toledana GaviOn SaleToledana Gavi

    The white wines of the town of Gavi in Piedmont have been dubbed the Chablis of Italy, due to their fresh, steely minerality. An odd epitaph given the differences between Chardonnay, the classic king of Burgundy and Cortese the simple elegant varietal that produces Gavi. Although the phrase harks more to the crisp minerality of […]

  • Lacheteau Sauvignon BlancOn SaleLacheteau Sauvignon

    Despite having been making wine in the Loire and Anjou for over 25 years, Andre Lacheteau is probably best known for getting under the skin of the entire New Zealand wine trade with his French made but intriguingly named Kiwi Cuvee in the mid 00’s, despite the fact it was made by a Kiwi winemaker! […]

  • Les Galets Cotes du RhoneOn Saleles galets

    Galets are the large pudding stones found in the Rhône valley which help store heat and provide excellent drainage. This Côtes-du-Rhône is blended from the classic Rhone combination of Grenache and Syrah to provide an accessible, early drinking style without being overly tannic or full bodied. The value for money that this wine delivers is […]

  • The Ned Sauvignon BlancOn SaleThe Ned

    The Ned is quickly becoming a sensation across the water in the UK, and it’s easy to see why; more than half of all the wine they produce from the Ned is shipped there. The name comes from the tallest mountain that overlooks the vineyard, but the man behind the wine is Brent Marris, formerly […]

  • Vinalba Reserva MalbecOn Salevinalba malbec

    Viñalba is a family-owned company, set-up and run by husband and wife team Hervé and Diane Joyaux Fabre. Herve is the winemaker, having grown up in Bordeaux he set up one of the first “foreign” wineries in Argentina in 1992. Herve now owns some of the oldest Malbec plantings in Argentina, from 1908, and was […]

  • Vocoret ChablisOn Salevocoret

    From one of the northernmost wine-growing areas in the world, where a combination of cool weather, limestone soils and a layer of Kimmeridgian clay produces one of the world’s most iconic wine-styles. Vocoret sources grapes from the entire appellation for this – their entry level Chablis; the juice undergoes a low temperature fermentation, a technique […]


The Sparkles

  • Alianca Dao ReservaOn Salealianca

    This is a blend of local varietals from the Dao region of central Portugal, the next  river valley down from the Duoro which is the Port river. The grapes used are: Tinta Roriz (best known as Tempranillo), Jaen (best known as Mencia) and Touriga Nacional; not names that roll easily off the tongue – that […]

  • Breganze Pinot GrigioOn SaleBreganze PG

    Breganze is just to the west of Venice, sitting within the region of Veneto an area that produces more DOC wine than any other Italian region; and best known for producing Friulano based wines rather than Pinot Grigio. Cantina Beato Bartolomeo is a cooperative of around 180 growers and has concentrated its efforts in the […]

  • Buxy Montagny Vielles VignesOn Salemontagny

    The Cave des Vignerons de Buxy is a cooperative with around 120 growers all producing good quality fruit from the Montagny appellation. This is situated between Meursault and Mâcon at the southern end of the Burgundy region and offers great value-for-money whites from 100% Chardonnay. The wine is vinified and aged in stainless steels vats […]

  • Chateau GuiotOn Saleguiot

    Costières de Nîmes has more in common with the Rhône Valley across the river than it does with the wines of Languedoc immediately neighbouring it. A blend of Grenache and Syrah, this wine has a delicious scented nose with herby aromas, lashings of juicy forest fruits and spicy, rich berry flavours with hints of spice […]

  • Cuvee Genevieve RedOn Salegenevieve red

    This wine is made from grapes sourced from a number of growers in the local cooperative from a blend of Grenache and Carignan, two varietals that appear in the majority of Languedoc and Southern French wines. Supple and inviting on the nose there is plenty of red fruit flavour and a hint of spice. On […]

  • Cuvee Genevieve WhiteOn Salegenevieve white

    A blend of Ugni Blanc, Colombard, Melon and Sauvignon Blanc from the south of France; specifically from the areas around Charentes and Gascogne. Light and straightforward, with an up-front nose of citrus fruit, tinged with a subtle leafy character, this really is a wine built for summer sunshine. With the soft citrus and green leaf […]

  • De Telmont Brut ChampagneOn SaleDT

    Classic champagne elegance from De Telmont, with a balanced style that lends itself to any occasion. Founded in 1912 and classified as a Grande Marque champagne this is brilliant value for money, we’d describe this as our ‘house’ Champagne. A blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, the wine is medium bodied, with good soft fruits […]

  • Jean Vincent Pouilly FumeOn SaleVincent Pouilly Fume

    Pouilly Fume has taken a back seat to its more recognized neighbour Sancerre in recent years, mainly due to the expensive nature of good Pouilly. Whilst they are both Sauvignon Blanc and the two areas are right next to each other on the either side of the river valley, wines from Pouilly are deeper and […]

  • La Toledana GaviOn SaleToledana Gavi

    The white wines of the town of Gavi in Piedmont have been dubbed the Chablis of Italy, due to their fresh, steely minerality. An odd epitaph given the differences between Chardonnay, the classic king of Burgundy and Cortese the simple elegant varietal that produces Gavi. Although the phrase harks more to the crisp minerality of […]

  • Lacheteau Sauvignon BlancOn SaleLacheteau Sauvignon

    Despite having been making wine in the Loire and Anjou for over 25 years, Andre Lacheteau is probably best known for getting under the skin of the entire New Zealand wine trade with his French made but intriguingly named Kiwi Cuvee in the mid 00’s, despite the fact it was made by a Kiwi winemaker! […]

  • Les Galets Cotes du RhoneOn Saleles galets

    Galets are the large pudding stones found in the Rhône valley which help store heat and provide excellent drainage. This Côtes-du-Rhône is blended from the classic Rhone combination of Grenache and Syrah to provide an accessible, early drinking style without being overly tannic or full bodied. The value for money that this wine delivers is […]

  • The Ned Sauvignon BlancOn SaleThe Ned

    The Ned is quickly becoming a sensation across the water in the UK, and it’s easy to see why; more than half of all the wine they produce from the Ned is shipped there. The name comes from the tallest mountain that overlooks the vineyard, but the man behind the wine is Brent Marris, formerly […]

  • Vinalba Reserva MalbecOn Salevinalba malbec

    Viñalba is a family-owned company, set-up and run by husband and wife team Hervé and Diane Joyaux Fabre. Herve is the winemaker, having grown up in Bordeaux he set up one of the first “foreign” wineries in Argentina in 1992. Herve now owns some of the oldest Malbec plantings in Argentina, from 1908, and was […]

  • Vocoret ChablisOn Salevocoret

    From one of the northernmost wine-growing areas in the world, where a combination of cool weather, limestone soils and a layer of Kimmeridgian clay produces one of the world’s most iconic wine-styles. Vocoret sources grapes from the entire appellation for this – their entry level Chablis; the juice undergoes a low temperature fermentation, a technique […]


 

The “Stickies”

  • Alianca Dao ReservaOn Salealianca

    This is a blend of local varietals from the Dao region of central Portugal, the next  river valley down from the Duoro which is the Port river. The grapes used are: Tinta Roriz (best known as Tempranillo), Jaen (best known as Mencia) and Touriga Nacional; not names that roll easily off the tongue – that […]

  • Breganze Pinot GrigioOn SaleBreganze PG

    Breganze is just to the west of Venice, sitting within the region of Veneto an area that produces more DOC wine than any other Italian region; and best known for producing Friulano based wines rather than Pinot Grigio. Cantina Beato Bartolomeo is a cooperative of around 180 growers and has concentrated its efforts in the […]

  • Buxy Montagny Vielles VignesOn Salemontagny

    The Cave des Vignerons de Buxy is a cooperative with around 120 growers all producing good quality fruit from the Montagny appellation. This is situated between Meursault and Mâcon at the southern end of the Burgundy region and offers great value-for-money whites from 100% Chardonnay. The wine is vinified and aged in stainless steels vats […]

  • Chateau GuiotOn Saleguiot

    Costières de Nîmes has more in common with the Rhône Valley across the river than it does with the wines of Languedoc immediately neighbouring it. A blend of Grenache and Syrah, this wine has a delicious scented nose with herby aromas, lashings of juicy forest fruits and spicy, rich berry flavours with hints of spice […]

  • Cuvee Genevieve RedOn Salegenevieve red

    This wine is made from grapes sourced from a number of growers in the local cooperative from a blend of Grenache and Carignan, two varietals that appear in the majority of Languedoc and Southern French wines. Supple and inviting on the nose there is plenty of red fruit flavour and a hint of spice. On […]

  • Cuvee Genevieve WhiteOn Salegenevieve white

    A blend of Ugni Blanc, Colombard, Melon and Sauvignon Blanc from the south of France; specifically from the areas around Charentes and Gascogne. Light and straightforward, with an up-front nose of citrus fruit, tinged with a subtle leafy character, this really is a wine built for summer sunshine. With the soft citrus and green leaf […]

  • De Telmont Brut ChampagneOn SaleDT

    Classic champagne elegance from De Telmont, with a balanced style that lends itself to any occasion. Founded in 1912 and classified as a Grande Marque champagne this is brilliant value for money, we’d describe this as our ‘house’ Champagne. A blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, the wine is medium bodied, with good soft fruits […]

  • Jean Vincent Pouilly FumeOn SaleVincent Pouilly Fume

    Pouilly Fume has taken a back seat to its more recognized neighbour Sancerre in recent years, mainly due to the expensive nature of good Pouilly. Whilst they are both Sauvignon Blanc and the two areas are right next to each other on the either side of the river valley, wines from Pouilly are deeper and […]

  • La Toledana GaviOn SaleToledana Gavi

    The white wines of the town of Gavi in Piedmont have been dubbed the Chablis of Italy, due to their fresh, steely minerality. An odd epitaph given the differences between Chardonnay, the classic king of Burgundy and Cortese the simple elegant varietal that produces Gavi. Although the phrase harks more to the crisp minerality of […]

  • Lacheteau Sauvignon BlancOn SaleLacheteau Sauvignon

    Despite having been making wine in the Loire and Anjou for over 25 years, Andre Lacheteau is probably best known for getting under the skin of the entire New Zealand wine trade with his French made but intriguingly named Kiwi Cuvee in the mid 00’s, despite the fact it was made by a Kiwi winemaker! […]

  • Les Galets Cotes du RhoneOn Saleles galets

    Galets are the large pudding stones found in the Rhône valley which help store heat and provide excellent drainage. This Côtes-du-Rhône is blended from the classic Rhone combination of Grenache and Syrah to provide an accessible, early drinking style without being overly tannic or full bodied. The value for money that this wine delivers is […]

  • The Ned Sauvignon BlancOn SaleThe Ned

    The Ned is quickly becoming a sensation across the water in the UK, and it’s easy to see why; more than half of all the wine they produce from the Ned is shipped there. The name comes from the tallest mountain that overlooks the vineyard, but the man behind the wine is Brent Marris, formerly […]

  • Vinalba Reserva MalbecOn Salevinalba malbec

    Viñalba is a family-owned company, set-up and run by husband and wife team Hervé and Diane Joyaux Fabre. Herve is the winemaker, having grown up in Bordeaux he set up one of the first “foreign” wineries in Argentina in 1992. Herve now owns some of the oldest Malbec plantings in Argentina, from 1908, and was […]

  • Vocoret ChablisOn Salevocoret

    From one of the northernmost wine-growing areas in the world, where a combination of cool weather, limestone soils and a layer of Kimmeridgian clay produces one of the world’s most iconic wine-styles. Vocoret sources grapes from the entire appellation for this – their entry level Chablis; the juice undergoes a low temperature fermentation, a technique […]