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               California
Red Wine       CHECKERSPOT Cabernet Sauvignon/Syrah 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £7.95
               A blend of 80% Cabernet Sauvignon from Paso Robles and 20% Syrah from the Central Coast. The Paso Robles fruit, thanks to cool, moderating breezes from the sea is ripe yet elegant,
               while the Syrah adds a mulberryish character to the wine. A year in oak has given the wine soft, supple tannins and a cedary elegance.

Rose Wine      DELICATO VINEYARDS White Zinfandel Rose/Blush 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £6.95
Red Wine       KENDALL JACKSON Cabernet Sauvignon 'Grand Reserve' 2002/03 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                       £13.85
               'Layers of blackberry, raspberry and mocha flavors are rounded off with black cherry, currant, cassis, and tobacco. Intense, yet polished with sturdy tannins. This wine is to savor now or
               cellar for future enjoyment.' – Randy Ullom, Winemaster

White Wine     KENDALL JACKSON Chardonnay 'Grand Reserve' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                               £12.25
               'Lush and tropical with bright citrus notes and ripe apple flavors. Sur lie aged, and beautifully balanced, this Chardonnay is richly layered with elegance and a creamy texture enhanced from
               the gentle stirring of the lees. A delight for the senses.' – Randy Ullom, Winemaster
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker 90 points – 'An Outstanding wine of exceptional complexity and character – "Sees about 30% new French oak, enjoys 100% malolactic in barrel, and
               is aged sur-lies. This gorgeous Chardonnay displays vanilla cream, white peach, lemon butter, and popcorn-like characteristics. Medium to full-bodied, with good underlying acidity, an alluring
               texture, and tremendous purity, it is a fine value'

White Wine     KENDALL JACKSON Chardonnay 'Stature' 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £30.85
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 93 points 'The 2000 Stature Chardonnay Santa Maria (760 cases) is even better than the 1999, boasting phenomenally intense aromas and flavors of
               tropical fruits in addition to higher glycerin levels and a rare viscosity. Its pure tropical fruit essence is nicely infused with smoky, toasty oak. This is a sexy, exotic Chardonnay. At the highest
               level of the Kendall-Jackson hierarchy are the Stature offerings. These are made in much more limited quantities than either the Great Estates or Grand Reserve cuvees. Hence, I have keep
               my tasting notes short as their commercial availability is restricted'

White Wine     KENDALL JACKSON Chardonnay Vintners Reserve 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £9.25
               This Chardonnay is a delicious blend of the best flavours from California's North Coast vineyards. Ripe red apple from Sonoma, luscious peach and pear from Carneros and rich tropical
               fruit from Santa Barbara, layered with buttery barrel fermentation and vanilla oak aging. This winning combination garners Kendall-Jackson top medals and awards in competitions
               worldwide. Concentrated citrus, melon, apple and tropical fruit aromas and flavours with buttery, toasty oak notes. A rich, creamy textured wine, with round flavours and a persistent
               flavour impression. Ideal as an aperitif or with seafood, rosemary chicken, light creamy pastas and broiled salmon with tarragon butter.

Red Wine       KENDALL JACKSON Merlot 'Vintners Reserve' 2002/03 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £10.25
               "Soft black cherry, plum, and anise are complemented with currant and wild berry flavors. This wine is supported by well structured, yet subtle tannins, and accented with chocolate tones so
               that it has a soft, lingering full finish." – Randy Ullom, Winemaster
               Silver Medal – 2005 Jerry Mead's New World International Wine Competition           Silver Medal – 2005 Starwine International Wine Competition

White Wine     KENDALL JACKSON Sauvignon Blanc 'Vintners Reserve' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £8.20
               PACIFIC COAST - Full, fresh citrus, melon, pear and fig fruit is balanced by subtle herb nuances. Crisp and refreshing, with hints of vanilla and spice in the long finish. This wine is a fine
               aperitif and a perfect match for fish, chicken, enchiladas or light pastas and Asian Cuisine.

Red Wine       KENDALL JACKSON Zinfandel 'Vintners Reserve' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £9.25
               "Jammy, strawberry and blackberry flavors are balanced with raspberry notes and solid tannins. Sultry cedar and spice accents linger on this captivating, long-finishing wine." – Randy Ullom,
               Winemaster
               Recommended – "This Vintner's Reserve Zin from K-J is a most pleasant surprise, and further reinforced my afore-stated opinion that the quality of the VR wines has recently shown vast
               improvement. The Tasting Panel heartily agreed, giving it 8 thumbs up...The wine is beautifully balanced, with no alcohol or tannic bite on entry, or on the finish. Blackberry, plum, raspberry
               and spice co-mingle on the nose and palate, with the blackberry showing some pleasant dominance in the flavor structure." – Bill Weaver, California Wine Finds

Red Wine       LYETH Merlot 'L de Lyeth' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £8.20
               Jean-Charles Boisset hankered after Lyeth, a cult winery in Sonoma, for over a decade before buying it in 1994. Originally founded in 1981, under the guidance of its winemaker, Lyeth built
               a formidable reputation during the 1980's for the quality of the Cabernet and Merlot blends. When Boisset bought the winery, he immediately contacted Bill Arbois and brought him back
               on board.
               The Sonoma County Merlot is probably the most impressive of all of the wine produced at Lyeth, simply because at this price, with a Sonoma County appellation, is nigh on impossible to
               find.
               The wine has an attractive, minty aroma and soft, yet rounded fruit on the palate that is nicely buttressed by grainy tannins.

White Wine     MORGAN ESTATE Sauvignon Blanc 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £11.25
               Husband and wife team Dan and Donna Morgan Lee started Morgan wines in 1982, expanding their vineyards with the purchase of the ‘Double L’ vineyard in 1996. Located in Monterey
               County, they focus on producing Chardonnay and Pinot Noir but eschew the heavily oaked, overripe style of many Californian wines, in favour of wines with real freshness and elegance. As
               Dan’s right-hand man Brad Martin has it “These are not ‘dumbed down’ California wines – they are high quality and reflect their origins.”
               The colour is light green/straw. The aromas and flavors show ripe melon, citrus and tropical notes along with a hint of sweet grass. The rich texture complements the bright, accessible
               fruitiness of the wine and its refreshing acidity.

White Wine     SEGHESIO Fiano 2006 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                               £15.45
               This 2006 Fiano is round and has unique elements of orange, honey, and tropical fruit along with a hint of roasted nuts.The Seghesio family makes wines from their cool climate estate grown
               fruit in Northern Sonoma County. They were the first to plant the Fiano grape in the Russian River, where this uncommon Italian varietal does extraordinarily well. Grape Variety 100%
               Fiano.

Red Wine       SEGHESIO Zinfandel 'Old Vines' 2004 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                               £22.75
Red Wine       SEGHESIO Zinfandel 'Sonoma County' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £15.40
               The 2005 Sonoma County Zinfandel is made from grapes grown in many different vineyards, all of which add their individual characters to the wine. On the palate, it is an appealing blend of
               rich, dark fruit with juicy blackberry notes and an inviting Sonoma briary/spicy character. Ripe, supple tannins provide a backbone for the juicy fruit and give the wine a firm elegance.
               Ideal with red sauces, pizza, barbecue, spicy cuisine and a variety of meats.



               Mendocino
Red Wine       EDMEADES Zinfandel 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                          £11.95
               Aromas of black cherries, spice, violets and cola berry are the most prominent; but raspberries, salted apples, coffee and cedar chest are also layered into the profile. Flavors are full, soft
               and supple, with good intensity of fruit flavors. The berry and cherry flavors linger on the palate until you taste it again; the tartness of the finish goes from cherries, to stronefruit, to
               minerality. The 2006 vintage has a softness on the palate which is a result of the higher PH and lower acidity in the wine; easy to drink young, or will grow more complex with three to five
               years of cellaring.


               Oregon
White Wine     DOMAINE DROUHIN Chardonnay 'Arthur' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £14.75
               The Domaine Drouhin wines have received world-wide acclaim from the press and the wine lovers year after year. The Chardonnay was recently named "Best New World White Wine" by
               the UK's influential Decanter magazine.
               This lovely Chardonnay presents a unique and extremely delicate bouquet of fresh almonds, peaches and white flowers which mingle in the glass and are well represented on the palate. The
               texture, which is very important to me, is ample, round and well defined. Because of its characteristic finesse and elegance, this Arthur matches well with many kinds of food, including
               shell-fish, oysters, white meat, white truffles and soft cheeses. The wine is already delicious, but one could quite comfortably put aside a couple bottles for three or four years."

Red Wine       DOMAINE DROUHIN Pinot Noir 'Willamette Valley' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £19.45
               The Domaine Drouhin wines have received world-wide acclaim from the press and the wine lovers year after year. The Pinot noir bottlings are frequently awarded "Outstanding" scores
               from the Wine Spectator and Wine Advocate critics.

White Wine     FIRESTEED Pinot Gris 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £10.60
               By blending several vineyard sources and regions and avoiding heavy-handed winemaking techniques Firesteed hope to achieve a balanced wine focused on the abundant varietal fruit
               character of this classic grape.
               Aromas of orange blossom, honeysuckle, pineapple and papaya. Poached pear and mandarin orange flavors linger on the broad palate. Refreshing finish with hints of spice and melon.




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                                                                                     America
               Oregon
Red Wine       FIRESTEED Pinot Noir 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £11.25
               This 2004 Pinot Noir echoes the style of previous vintages, by virtue of gentle techniques employed in the cellar. The grapes were fermented in stainless steel tanks with selected yeasts
               propagated from cellars in Burgundy, pressed during the last days of fermentation, and racked as soon as the wine finished malolactic fermentation. Just a touch of barrel-aged wine was
               included in the blend to round out the flavors and enhance complexity.
               Elegant, with aromas of sliced strawberries and fresh raspberries. Surprisingly rich, with flavors of baker's chocolate and freshly roasted coffee beans. Generous mouthfeel with a soft finish.




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                                                                                       Argentina
                 Mendoza
Red Wine         ALTOS Malbec 'Las Hormigas' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £6.95
                 THE WINE ADVOCATE - 'This medium to dark ruby-colored fruit bomb has a boisterous, almost Beaujolais-like nose of plums, blackberries, and dark cherries. This sweet, lush, fat, and
                 velvety-textured, medium to full-bodied wine has copious layers of plummy fruit. It is neither complex nor long in the finish, but this lascivious offering satisfies the hedonistic needs. Drink it
                 over the next 4 years.'

Red Wine         ANUBIS Malbec 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                £5.95
                 This wine has the ripe, chunky fruit that has come to characterise the Anubis style. As in previous years the fruit was sourced in Agrelo and Vistalba, the heart of the best vineyards in
                 Mendoza. This quality is evident in the wines, which have a balance of tannin, aroma and flavour that is quite unique in Argentina. This Malbec has wonderful colour and a dark, plummy fruit
                 that seems to last forever.
                 INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2006 - SILVER MEDAL

White Wine       ARGENTO Pinot Grigio 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £5.25
                 Since its launch in 1999, Argento has quickly become the leading range of wines from Argentina in the UK and represents an exciting new era in Argentine winemaking. With its high altitude
                 vineyards, desert-like climate and natural irrigation from the Andean mountain melt water run-off, the Mendoza region is capable of producing world class fruit. The winemaking team uses
                 the latest in cellar technology to craft wines that meet the highest quality standards and show the best characteristics of the unique vine growing conditions.
                 Tasting Notes: A fresh and fruity Pinot Grigio with juicy apple, pear and peach notes cut through by crisp lemony acidity.

White Wine       CATENA Chardonnay 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £11.25
                 Nicolas Catena was the third generation of his family to make wine in Mendoza but the first to see the potential in planting higher and higher vineyards in search of cool climate sites ideal
                 for the production of fine wine. Today, over a decade on from the first Catena Malbec in 1994, he works with his daughter Laura (who extraordinarily juggles her work as an ER surgeon in
                 San Francisco with the family business) in their relentless pursuit of the finest possible quality wines from their unique vineyard lands.
                 The high-altitude and cool climate of the vineyards gives this wine a crisp, elegant style. Apple, melon and nutty peach fruit with a soft, creamy texture - all wrapped up in some tightly wound
                 citrussy acidity.

White Wine       CATENA Chardonnay 'Alta' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £17.95
                 Banana and mango with sweet spice on the nose. The mouthfeel is full and rich, but with wonderful freshness, showing ripe pear and fig flavours and a long, luxurious finish. 100% barrel
                 fermented and 12 months in French oak.
                 At almost 5,000 feet elevation in the Andean foothills, the Adrianna vineyard's pebble covered soils and cool climate are ideal for growing Chardonnay. The fruit from the Adrianna vineyard
                 has a purity of flavors and a minerality that is particular to this vineyard and can not be found anywhere else in Mendoza.
                 Catena Alta Chardonnay is made from a special lot, rows 5 through 38, of the Adrianna vineyard. This wine undergoes a demanding selection process in both the vineyard and the winery.

Red Wine         LUIGI BOSCA 'Gala 1' Malbec /Petit Verdot/Tannat 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                       £15.35
                 A brilliant violet red wine. Intense aromas of ripe red fruit with delicate hints of vanilla. Structured, elegant, with a long finish in the mouth. A superb blend of Malbec, Petit Verdot & Tannat.
                 Made from hand selected grapes from the finest vineyard areas in Vistalba, Carrodilla & las Compuertas, Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza. Aged in new French oak barrels.

White Wine       LUIGI BOSCA 'Gala 3' Viognier/Chard/Riesling 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £14.35
                 50% Viognier, 40% Chardonnay and 10% Riesling. Brilliant golden yellow colour. Exquisite floral aromas combined with white peach. Balanced acidity and a large mouth feel. Persistent with a
                 distinct presence of tropical fruits and delicate hint of vanilla and coffee obtained through the oak fermentation. Accompanies a range of dishes including white meat, fish and filled pasta.
                 Serve between 12° to 14°C. Cellaring potential of 5 to 8 years. Exquisite floral aromas combined with white peach.

Red Wine         LUIGI BOSCA Pinot Noir Reserva 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £8.25
                 Brilliant cherry red, clean, fresh, fruity, velvety good body. Aromas of red fruit, strawberries, violets and chocolate. A vigorous, attractive wine, combining strength and firmness with delicacy
                 and elegance. Good with white meat, small game, such as quail & pleasant and soft cheeses. Serve at between 18º-20ºC and age for up to 5 years.

White Wine       LUIGI BOSCA Sauvignon Blanc Reserva 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £8.25
                 TASTING NOTES: Greenish yellow with steely tints. Aroma of blackcurrant and grapefruit. Delightful acidity. Velvety texture and marked glycerine. Fresh, with grapey flavour. Excellent
                 with fish, white meat, seafood, oysters and asparagus and with dishes with little seasoning. Serve at between 10º-12ºC and consume within 2 years of vintage.

Red Wine         NICOLAS CATENA ZAPATA Cabernet/Malbec 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £41.20
                 The core Cabernet Sauvignon fruit component was sourced from Lot 3 of La Pirámide vineyard. With exceptional homogeneity and balance, these Cabernet Sauvignon grapes offer rich
                 cassis flavors, supple texture and excellent structure.
                 The core Malbec fruit component was sourced from Lot 3 of the Adrianna Vineyard, the highest Malbec vineyard in Mendoza. This extremely cold, mountain microclimate produces
                 exceptionally concentrated Malbec grapes with dark fruit flavors, perfumed violet aromas and well structured tannins.

White Wine       O. FOURNIER Sauvignon Blanc 'Urban' 2004/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £5.65
                 Made from 100% Sauvignon Blanc this wine has a beautiful clarity with green highlights. Floral fresh aromas of fresh fruits and citrus.



                 San Rafael
White Wine       FINCA LOS PRIMOS Chardonnay/Semillon 2005/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £5.65
                 The 2007 ‘Los Primos’ Chardonnay/Semillon is a fresh, simple and fruit driven wine. Aromas of honey, melon and biscuit on the nose are joined by ripe tropical fruit on the palate with a
                 juicy, peach finish. The finish is zesty with hints of oak and spice.

Red Wine         FINCA LOS PRIMOS Malbec 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £5.95
                 The Bianchi family winery, founded in 1928 by Itallian immigrant Valentin Bianchi, and now run by the third generation, headed by Enzo Bianchi, has 350 hectares of vineyard. Until recently a
                 sleeping giant that was dependent largely on the domestic market, they have undergone a gradual transformation and modernisation in the past few years.
                 The classic Malbec aromas of ripe plum and violets are evident in the nose, with hints of vanilla. The beauty of the Malbec in Argentina is its ability to combine a rich, weighty mouth feel with
                 a soft silkiness normally associated with lighter wines.

Sparkling Wine   VALENTIN BIANCHI Extra Brut Sparkling N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £7.65
                 The Bianchi family winery was founded in 1928 by Italian immigrant Valentin Bianchi and now covers 350 hectares of vineyard. It is now run by the third generation, headed by Enzo Bianchi.
                 Until recently a sleeping giant that was dependent largely on the domestic market, they have undergone a gradual transformation and modernisation in the past few years.
                 The Bianchi Brut is not only one of Argentina's most impressive sparkling wines, but also stands up to the best that the rest of the world has to offer at this price. It has nice biscuity fruit
                 on the nose and good richness on the palate. Fresh and clean, it finishes dry.




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                                                                                      Australia
               A.C.T., Canberra
Red Wine       CLONAKILLA Shiraz 'Hilltops' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £12.35
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 90 points 'The 2006 Shiraz “Hilltops is dark ruby-colored with a stylish nose of smoke, cedar, licorice, and blueberry. Opulent, forward, and showy,
               this tasty Shiraz can be enjoyed over the next 6-8 years.'

Red Wine       CLONAKILLA Shiraz/Viognier 'Canberra' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £30.95
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 95 points 'Considerably more serious is the Cote-Rotie-like 2006 Shiraz-Viognier (with 6% of the latter co-fermented). It offers a splendid bouquet of
               pain grille, smoky bacon and sausage, violets, blackberry, and blueberry muffin. This is followed by a full-bodied, savory, opulent wine with gobs of fruit, layers of flavor, and well concealed
               tannin. All components are nicely integrated and the finish lasts for 60+ seconds. Give it 6-8 years of additional cellaring and drink it through 2036. '



               N.S.W.
Dessert Wine   MIRANDA Golden Botrytis 2002/04 Half (G)                                                                                                                                                     £9.75
               The Golden Botrytis displays a rich, golden colour, produced from the Botrytis grapes. This wine has an intense and complex bouquet, with aromas of marmalade, apricot and botrytis,
               which are complemented by subtle oak and citrus characters. The palate is very intense and well-balanced with flavours of honey, dried apricots, peach and lime. The lingering acidity gives
               the wine intensity and a crisp finish on the palate.



               N.S.W. Hunter Valley
Red Wine       BROKENWOOD Cabernet/Merlot/Shiraz 'Cricket Pitch' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £9.95
               This wine continues the Cabernet Sauvignon dominance of the past couple of vintages, and a true 'South-Eastern Australian' blend utilising our premium region vineyards. Savoury characters
               and ease of drinking being the hallmarks of Cricket Pitch Red. The wine has mid density colour with purple edges. Aromas of red cherry, spice and earthy edges. Mid weight on the palate
               with some Cabernet Sauvignon cedar up front that leads to soft Shiraz richness. The oak regime is mainly older American and French so limited impact although some vanillin on both nose
               and palate. Interesting 'dried fruit' characters on the finish. A drink now style that will further soften with medium term bottle maturation. Ideal with rich seafoods, pasta and light meat
               dishes.

White Wine     BROKENWOOD Sauvignon/Semillon 'Cricket Pitch' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £9.25
               The name 'Cricket Pitch' is derived from the early Parish map which shows the original 10 acre purchase in 1970 to be the Pokolbin playing fields. This is a blend of Sauvignon Blanc and
               Semillon sourced from premium wine regions. The wine has had a short maturation in American oak. The Sauvignon Blanc from the cooler areas provides the powerful fruit backbone with
               aromas of ripe mango and tropical melon. Some barrel ferment and surlee character add subtle complexity and further dimension to the palate. A fine natural acid structure provides length
               and liveliness to the wine. The perfect accompaniment to a dozen freshly shucked oysters and a whole baked barramundi for lunch or a spicy Asian laksa for dinner.

White Wine     BROKENWOOD Semillon 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                          £9.65
               This is the 21st vintage of Brokenwood Semillon and one worth celebrating. After a wet 2002 vintage, 2003 returned to brilliant sunshine. Fittingly, harvest was underway on the 21st
               January. The dry spring and summer meant low to very low crops, but resulting in very high quality fruit. Similar ‘ripe’ style to 2000 but without any of the grassy edges.
               Excellent, luminous green/yellow colour. Lifted zesty, lemongrass aromas with some sweet apple blossom characters. Fruit dominant on the palate but typical tight structure with citrus
               acid finish. Initial lime plus cut grass flavours. Perfect balance of fruit, alcohol and acid. An impressive Semillon from a year that will reward early and is the perfect accompaniment to most
               Asian Food, any seafood especially fresh shucked oysters.

Red Wine       BROKENWOOD Shiraz 'Padthaway' 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £13.95
               WINEMAKER'S NOTES: Good deep colour, and youthful tints. Padthaway fruit is becoming increasingly important in the blend, often seen as lifted, red cherry plus mint. These characters
               overlay the soft dark chocolate McLaren Vale fruit. Palate flavours show the aforementioned plus 'turkish delight' richness but not cloying as this wine has an element of savoury, cedar
               flavours. Subtle oak from mainly American barriques. Great complexity, confirming the best of the different regions; rich and sweet up front with an earthy/dry finish. Drink now or over
               the next 3-6 years with lamb, veal and pasta dishes.

Red Wine       BROKENWOOD Shiraz Hunter Valley 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £14.95
               Cross regional blending is the key to the success of these wines - with balance and length and the pristine flavours of the varieties shining through in the glass. This regional blending is also
               used to make the Brokenwood Shiraz. A blend of fruit from McLaren Vale, Beechworth and Padthaway, it is brambley and nicely structured.



               N.S.W. Murray River
Dessert Wine   TRENTHAM Noble Taminga 2003 Half (G)                                                                                                                                                         £5.95
               Unlike many Australian sweet white styles the Noble Taminga is very much a 'fruit driven' wine without dominating botrytis characters or excessive sweetness. The wine displays lifted citrus
               and apricot aromas with balanced luscious sweetness and a dry soft finish. The Estate has been producing a Noble Taminga for over ten years and the aim is to capture the exotic fruit
               flavours of this variety, without too much over-riding botrytis character. The wine displays lifted citrus and apricot aromas with balanced luscious sweetness and a dry soft finish.The Taminga
               is beautifully complimented by a platter of Australian cheeses, dried fruit & nuts, citrus desserts like lemon tart, soufflés and cheesecakes.

Red Wine       TRENTHAM Shiraz 'Willandra' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £7.25
               Inspired by the surrounding rich cultural heritage and aged, timeless environment of the Willandra region, Murphy Vineyards have carefully crafted this attractive wine which displays fresh
               natural fruit flavours and balanced complexities. Displays lifted spice and plum on the nose with a rich, ripe fruit palate. Superb value for money!

White Wine     TRENTHAM Unoaked Chardonnay 'Willandra' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £7.25
               Select grapes from Murphy Vineyards were night-harvested at optimum maturity and processed at the winery immediately afterwards. The grapes were gently crushed, chilled and very
               lightly pressed to produce this soft, supple style. The clear grape juice was cold fermented with a neutral yeast and, following settling, the clarified wine was bottled. This early bottling
               without any previous wood maturation, has highlighted the tropical fruit characters of this variety. A soft, fresh unoaked Chardonnay with lifted fruit flavours and a zesty palate, the perfect
               accompaniment to chicken, salads and seafood dishes.
               INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2006- SILVER MEDAL



               South, Adelaide Hill
Red Wine       HENSCHKE Merlot/Cabernet 'Abbotts Prayer' 1995 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £25.45
Red Wine       JEFF GROSSET Pinot Noir 'Adelaide Hills' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £25.95
               Jeff Grosset is one of the luminaries of the Australian wine industry, the result of consistent and stellar quality over the past 25 years. His first vintage was in 1981, after which he has almost
               single-handedly been responsible for the renaissance of Clare Riesling. His Polish Hill Riesling, one of the world's great examples of this variety, stands out as Australia's finest Riesling.

Red Wine       MAESTRO Orange Sangiovese 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £9.95
               Hunter producers seem to like Orange, that’s the wine region of course, not the colour or the fruit. This wine was made by Robin Tedder MW.Initially slightly reductive, but with red racy
               berries. Full flavoured on the palate, red currants, mouth coating textures (probably associated with the alcohol), savoury red fruits and dark spices. It still maintains some Sangiovese
               characters, and finishes with morello cherries. Very good fruit depth, no edges and very quaffable. Not a whimp by any means, full flavoured, seems like more alcohol than 14.5%, but it is
               warming rather than spiky. Serve with home-made pizza and it’ll go down a treat.

White Wine     REDFIN Chardonnay 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                            £5.95
               The Chardonnay grapes selected for the RedFin Wines were chosen by fruit ripness to ensure that this is a fresh, clean young wine, with a rounded, biscuity character.
               Easy drinking, very enjoyable.

White Wine     SHAW & SMITH Chardonnay 'M3' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £15.95
               The M3 Vineyard, planted at Woodside in the Adelaide Hills in 1994, is now producing some outstanding Chardonnay and Sauvignon, but it is only in the last couple of vintages that the
               eponymous Chardonnay has vaulted Shaw and Smith into the top rank of Australia's Chardonnay producers. As Huon Hooke recently wrote in The Sydney Morning Herald "[This wine]
               points the way for all aspiring top-level chardonistas." It is subtle, supple and elegant, the oak beautifully integrated with the fruit. As it spends more time in the bottle, its complexity
               becomes increasingly evident. Though it is without doubt one of Australia's best Chardonnays, this is not reflected in the price.

White Wine     SHAW & SMITH Sauvignon Blanc 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £9.95
               This wine has a bright appearance with pale straw and green hues. The nose if packed with ripe, tropical characters and restrained herbaceousness. Sauvignon Blanc performs wonderfully
               well in the cooler climate of the Adelaide Hills, where it is a regional speciality. The Shaw and Smith style is unoaked to maximise its fresh varietal character and overall tangy, zippy flavours.
               A young refreshing wine with attractive varietal flavours and lively acidity. A benchmark for Australian Sauvignon Blanc.




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                                                                                        Australia
                 South, Adelaide Hill
Red Wine         SHAW & SMITH Shiraz 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £16.40
                 Using cooler climate fruit, this wine is a modern interpretation of Australian Shiraz. Whilst traditionally associated with warm regions, Shiraz has also proven to be a star performer when
                 carefully managed in the cool climate of the Adelaide Hills. In 2005, a cool, dry summer was followed by a long, dry autumn. Red grape varieties had small bunches which meant that yields
                 were lower than usual as a result.
                 The 2005 Shiraz is vibrant and modern in style. The wine displays distinctive violets and pepper and spice characters on the nose. On the palate it is rich, ripe and juicy, yet maintains
                 stunning elegance. A delicious drink now, it will pay dividends to those with the patience to stick it away in the cellar for up to 10 years.



                 South, Barossa Vall.
Red Wine         CHARLES MELTON Grenache/Syrah/Mourvedre 'Nine Popes' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £19.95
                 A blend of 54% Grenache, 44% Shiraz and 2% Mourvedre it is deep coloured, with wonderful musky Grenache and just a touch of spicy, leathery Shiraz perfumes on the nose. A relatively
                 cool vintage, with milder, wetter weather before harvest, this has resulted in a more perfumed, elegant wine than the drought year of 2003. It has a long length, with spicy blackberry
                 perfumes on the finish.
                 Probably one of the only wine titles to grow out of linguistic incompetence, the origin of ‘Nine Popes’ is an interesting one! Chateâuneuf du Pape, the stuff upon which Nine Popes is based,
                 when translated into English means ‘Castle of the New Pope’. For a worldwide audience, Charlie decided to give the name an Aussie twist. The problem was that his French skills were
                 somewhat sketchy and he thought that Châteauneuf du Pape meant home of the ‘Nine’ popes.

Red Wine         CHARLES MELTON Shiraz 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £21.95
                 Ripe, tight blackfruits nose. Quite intense. Bold, spicy, intense palate with some nice spicy complexity. Very bold and tannic, this is superb!
                 'Charlie Melton is best known for his cult Barossa classic 2001 Nine Popes, but Melton's 2001 Barossa Shiraz is also a model of its kind with spicy richness and blackberry fruit
                 concentration.'
                 Anthony Rose, The Independent, 27 August 2005 'Super...Great stuff' Decanter, July 2005 5 stars ***** DECANTER WORLD WINE AWARDS 2004 - GOLD MEDAL

Sparkling Wine   CHARLES MELTON Sparkling Red 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £29.95
                 Despite being in the UK market for so long, Charlie Melton still has something new to offer. Charlie's wines are not your usual burly Barossa beasts. Instead, they have wonderful balance
                 and freshness, with the use of French oak giving them a supple texture and balance that few Barossa wines have.
                 As Charlie's fame has grown, he has continued to move forward. He was one of the first producers to put his top red wines under stelvin as he is convinced the wine will age more gradually
                 and consistently.
                 After several years during which Charlie's legendary Sparkling Red has been in short supply, we now have decent stocks, and hope to be able to supply most customers. Made primarily with
                 aged Shiraz, the wine is rich, supple and autumnal, and superb with cheese.

Red Wine         E & E Shiraz 'Black Pepper' 1993 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £46.95
                 This gloriously sweet (from ripeness, not sugar) Shiraz boasts a dense dark purple plum color, and an exotic, spicy nose of coconut, pepper, and blackberry fruit. There are no hard edges to
                 this voluptuously-textured, opulent, thick, rich, exuberant, mouthfilling Shiraz. Medium to full-bodied and pure, it is ideal for drinking over the next 1-2 years.

Sparkling Wine   LANGMEIL WINERY Sparkling Shiraz N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £17.95
                 Select barrels of Shiraz from many vintages are blended to create this sparkling Shiraz base for the Cuvee. Fermented in the bottle utilizing the traditional methode champenoise and then
                 matured for 18 months on yeast lees before liquoring with vintage Shiraz port from 1977 and 2000, culminating in this delicious, creamy fizz.

Red Wine         PENFOLDS Cabernet Sauvignon 'Bin 707' 1994 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £48.95
                 ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'Penfolds' most impressive Cabernet Sauvignon is the 1994 Bin 707. This murky plum-colored, blockbuster, backward, exceptionally tannic Cabernet displays
                 abundant quantities of blackberry and cassis fruit, a heavy overlay of toasty vanillin from new oak casks, and mouthsearing levels of tannin. Although the wine is closed, it is firmly-structured
                 and enormously-endowed in the mouth.'

Red Wine         PENFOLDS Cabernet Sauvignon 'Bin 707' 1998 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £66.95
                 Extremely dark, deep black, only crimson at rim. Big, dusty blue/black fruited nose of blueberry and blackcurrant. Some spicy, toasted, charry oak but integrated already with a core of cassis.
                 Medium to full bodied, the fruit is juicy and rich, rounded-out by velvetty tannins and lowish acidity, but these give a little grip and freshen the finish which is long, pure and cool.

Red Wine         PENFOLDS Shiraz 'Grange' 1991 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £154.95
                 ROBERT PARKER 93 points 'This wine is generous, open, and sweet in its personality. Dense purple, this blend of 95% Shiraz and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon shows great fruit, a very lush,
                 open-knit style with full body, high glycerin, low acidity, and superb purity. It is a very jammy, voluptuous wine, dominated by its creme de cassis fruit intermixed with tar and licorice.
                 Anticipated maturity: now-2017.'

Red Wine         PENFOLDS Shiraz 'Grange' 1992 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £154.95
                 ROBERT PARKER 92 points 'This is a very aromatic Grange that seems to be the product of a vintage where the wines are showing extremely well young. It is dense purple, with a sweet
                 blackberry/cherry nose and some subtle cedar and licorice in the background, unctuously textured, thick, full, without as many nuances of some of the greatest vintages of Grange, but very
                 concentrated and dense. Anticipated maturity: now-2017.'

Red Wine         PENFOLDS Shiraz 'Grange' 1993 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £127.95
                 ROBERT PARKER 91 points '1993 was a very light harvest because of excessive rainfall and mild growing conditions. This wine performed well, although it would not appear to have the
                 nuances of the finest vintages of Grange. The wine, a blend of 86% Shiraz and 14% Cabernet Sauvignon, has an opaque purple color, a sweet nose of black currants intermixed with cedar,
                 and earthy, almost truffle-like notes intermixed with some camphor. The wine is full-bodied, dense, somewhat monolithic, but very concentrated, powerful, and long. Anticipated maturity:
                 2002-2018.'

Red Wine         PENFOLDS Shiraz 'Grange' 1995 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £127.95
                 ROBERT PARKER 92 points 'An impressive Grange that may ultimately prove to be underrated, like many wines from this vintage, the 1995, a blend of 94% Shiraz and 6% Cabernet
                 Sauvignon, exhibits a saturated plum/purple color and a sweet blackberry liqueur nose intermixed with cassis, licorice, and new oak. The wine is textured, jammy, full-bodied, with impressive
                 levels of extract, glycerin, and black fruit flavors. It is long, ripe, with unobtrusive acidity and tannin. Anticipated maturity: 2004-2018'

Red Wine         PENFOLDS Shiraz 'Grange' 1996 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £148.95
                 ROBERT PARKER 93 points 'This dark purple-colored wine exhibits notes of sweet plum, blackberry, and cassis intermixed with some licorice, chocolate, and espresso. It is a blend of 94%
                 Shiraz and 6% Cabernet Sauvignon that tips the scales at 14+% alcohol. The wine is layered, unctuously textured, full-bodied with tremendous intensity, moderately high tannin, and a
                 40-second finish. The wine needs a good 4-5 years of cellaring. Anticipated maturity: 2006-2025. This Grange should ultimately merit a higher score when it is closer to its plateau of
                 drinkability.'

Dessert Wine     PETER LEHMANN Botrytised Semillon 2005/06 Half (G)                                                                                                                                            £7.45
                 When Semillon grapes are left to hang on the vine to ripen fully, they not only develop a rich lusciousness and sweetness, but if weather conditions are right, they will be attacked by
                 Botrytis Cinera". The resultant wine is a luscious late harvest style, with citrus and honey flavours enhanced by smoky oak overtones. It is delightful as an aperitif, a dessert wine, or as we
                 often prefer, with a good cheese and fresh fruit. This wine has a deep gold colour with greenish tinges around the edge and soft citrus and apricot aromatics on the nose. Delicious luscious
                 weight with ripe apricot characters coming to the fore. It is showing a superb balance between the natural grape sugar and acid and finishes long. Sipping superbly now, it will benefit from a
                 further cellaring for a 4 - 8 years to allow the wine to further deepen and honey in the bottle.

Red Wine         PETER LEHMANN Cabernet/Merlot/Shiraz 'Mentor' 1999/00 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £15.95
                 Each year, the Peter Lehmann winemakers carefully select the very best Cabernet Sauvignon of vintage for blending with premium parcels of Merlot, Shiraz and Malbec to create this superb,
                 multi-dimensional wine of great distinction.
                 Fours years’ maturation prior to release has allowed the blend to fully integrate. It shows a seamless palate with a superb concentration of rich plum and chocolate. Savoury French oak
                 gives cedary notes that define a firm finishing wine with fine tannins.

Red Wine         PETER LEHMANN Grenache/Syrah/Mourvedre 'GSM' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £8.25
                 The wine is a blend of Grenache, Shiraz and Mouvedre otherwise known as "GSM". These grape varieties are well suited to the Barossa Valley. It has a deep black cherry colour and aromas
                 of Lifted, spicy cherry fruit. Medium weight red, rich and spicy, yet soft and refined; a spicy wildness from the Mourvèdre, flesh and richness from the Shiraz, palate sweetness from the
                 Grenache, and - a wonderful mouthful of ripe cherry!

White Wine       PETER LEHMANN Riesling 'Barossa' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £6.25
                 JAMES HALLIDAY Australia Wine Companion 2007 - 94 points ***** - 'Scented, lively and long, tropical/citrus fruits. Very good mouthfeel.'
                 JAMES HALLIDAY Australia Wine Companion 2007 - Top Ten Best Value Whites between $10-$15
                 SIDNEY WINE SHOW - GOLD MEDAL

Red Wine         PETER LEHMANN Shiraz 'Barossa' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £6.95
                 Barossa Shiraz is a rich, warm and generous red wine with intensely concentrated fruit flavours, mellowed by small oak maturation.
                 This wine features ripe black fruit characters and a velvety, soft palate that makes for great drinking. Alternatively it can be cellared with confidence for a further 5 years or so.

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               South, Barossa Vall.
Red Wine       PETER LEHMANN Shiraz 'Barossa' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £6.95
               Barossa Shiraz is a rich, warm and generous red wine with intensely concentrated fruit flavours, mellowed by small oak maturation.
               This wine features ripe black fruit characters and a velvety, soft palate that makes for great drinking. Alternatively it can be cellared with confidence for a further 5 years or so.

Red Wine       PETER LEHMANN Shiraz 'Eight Songs' 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £18.45
               The epitome of what the Barossa does so well, Eight Songs Shiraz is luxuriant, sumptuous and brings to the palate all the musky spices that mark a truly great shiraz.
               Dense deep black red with lifted complex berry fruit nose with overtones of dark chocolate and hints of mocha. Seductive and caressing richness of berry fruit with beautiful firm
               fine-grained tannins giving a superbly tight structure. A supple wine of great length that is superb to drink now, however this wine will improve with many years in the cellar
               A stunning partner to roast duck, braised lamb shanks, and rare roast beef. It would also do justice to roast saddle of hare with demiglace. Also delicious with richly flavoured casseroles.
               Delightful with aged cheddar or a mature parmesan.

Red Wine       PETER LEHMANN Shiraz 'Futures' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £10.75
               The "Futures" Shiraz is of outstanding quality and shows the character of classic Barossa Shiraz. It has a richness of flavour (dark plum with a hint of Barossa mocha chocolate). A warm and
               balanced structure that finishes with that legendary Peter Lehmann drinkability. This wine would be an excellent partner for braised lamb shanks, richly flavoured casseroles and/or strong
               flavoured cheeses.

Red Wine       PETER LEHMANN Shiraz 'Stonewell' 2000/01 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £29.95
               PETER LEHMANN - 'The Shiraz grapes are selected from low yielding Barossa vineyards where some of the vines are 100 years or older. Stonewell Shiraz is the best, most concentrated
               Shiraz made at Peter Lehmann Wines each vintage and is released as a 5 year old. The wine is barrel fermented and aged in French and American oak hogsheads for 18 months, then bottle
               matured for a further 3½ years prior to release. The wine is beautifully balanced, rich in flavour with a fine mouth filling finish. It is our flagship wine.'
               JAMES HALLIDAY Australia Wine Companion 2007 - 95 points ***** - 'Ultra-careful selection of grapes; seductive, velvety mouthfeel, with black fruits, prunes, tannins and oak seamlessly
               interwoven; developing slowly and surely. Quality cork enclosure.

Red Wine       PETER LEHMANN Shiraz/Cabernet/Merlot 'Clancys' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £7.65
               Wines are made from grapes sourced from premium Australian grape growing regions which may include the Barossa and Clare Valleys, Adelaide Hills, Limestone Coast and McLaren Vale.
               A century ago a man named Patterson fired our imaginations with a racy, colloquial poem about a drover named "Clancy". In tribute to "Clancy" and the taste for a richer, fuller life. Soft and
               big, it is an accessible wine which says, "Yes, do pour a second glass!" This wine has a garnet red colour and raspberry and mulberry characters with leafy hints, and understated oak on the
               nose. A supple wine with full berry characters and showing a beautiful integration of fruit and oak. It finishes long with fine tannins. A delicious red wine to enjoy now with a wide range of
               meat and cheese dishes. Can be cellared with confidence for a further 5 years.

White Wine     ST. HALLETT Semillon/Sauvignon/Riesling 'Poachers Blend' 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £6.40
               This wine is crafted from a selection of classic Barossa varieties, 66% Semillon, 23% Sauvignon Blanc and 11% Riesling by Wine Maker Matt Gant. The nose is brimming full of tropical fruit
               aromas, passionfruit melon pineapple with underlying lime and grassy aromas, as well as citrus hints from the Riesling. By harvesting and crushing in the cool of the night, this wine retains
               the crisp, lifted tropical and citrus flavours of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc. Combined with the lime characters of Riesling, the result is a fresh, distinctive and full flavoured Australian Wine.
               This wine is well partnered with the freshwater fish and crustaceans that are regulary 'poached' from landowners creeks and waterways (believed to be a legitimate, heritage pastime in
               Australia).

Red Wine       ST. HALLETT Shiraz/Grenache/Touriga Nac. 'Gamekeeper Reserve' 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                              £6.40
               The Gamekeeper's must be the most lauded wine in history, with the critics unstinting in their praise for its bold, juicy fruit. Decanter named it in its top 50 wines under £10 and writer
               Jamie Goode said it tasted 'like a far more expensive wine and is superb value.'
               A spicy rose petal-like infusion from the Touriga Nacional combines on a big fruity nose. Subtle savoury earthiness meets a vibrant, juicy array of raspberry and cherry fruit on the palate.
               The wine finishes with soft yet assertive tannins. This is a very food friendly wine.


               South, Clare Valley
White Wine     JEFF GROSSET Riesling 'Polish Hill' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £15.95
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 89 points 'The 2006 Dry Riesling “Polish Hill” offers similar aromatics but has a more austere personality. It has outstanding grip and intensity but is
               tightly wound at the present. It will certainly live for 10+ years but how much pleasure this intellectually styled Riesling might eventually deliver only time will tell.'

White Wine     JEFF GROSSET Riesling 'Watervale' 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £13.95
               From red soils over limestone. More floral, limey nose. The palate is crisp and lean with bright fruit and good acid. There’s almost a spiciness to the minerally finish. Very fresh and bold with
               good depth.
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 90 points 'The 2006 Dry Riesling “Watervale” offers an earthy, slate/mineral nose intermixed with floral and citrus aromas. On the palate it is
               medium-bodied, crisp, dry and vibrant leading to a long finish. It can be enjoyed now with oysters and clams but will likely age for a decade in the manner of a top German Riesling.'

Red Wine       KILIKANOON Cabernet Sauvignon 'Blocks Road' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                               £13.95
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 94 points 'Floral and blueberry aromas jump from the glass of the inky/blue/purple-tinged 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon Blocks Road. From 41- and
               60-year old vineyards, it is another superb example of just how good South Australian Cabernet Sauvignon can be. Aged in 300 liter French hogsheads (40% new), and bottled unfined and
               unfiltered, it reveals a style not unlike a terrific mountain Cabernet from Napa. Blueberry, acacia flower, black raspberry, and creme de cassis characteristics along with a subtle hint of spicy
               oak emerge from this full-bodied, rich, pure, elegant, long effort.'

Red Wine       KILIKANOON Cabernet Sauvignon 'Killermans Run' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £9.25
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 92 points 'The 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon Killerman’s Run could be inserted in a tasting with $75-100 Napa Cabernet Sauvignons and easily hold its
               own. This beautiful 100% Cabernet Sauvignon was aged in old 300 liter French hogsheads for 22 months before being bottled with neither fining nor filtration. Its dense purple color is
               followed by a sweet perfume of creme de cassis, tar, blackberries, oak, and cedar. It should drink well for at least a decade.'

Red Wine       KILIKANOON Grenache 'Prodigal' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £13.95
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 92 points 'The 2004 Grenache Prodigal possesses a dark ruby color as well as classic kirsch and licorice notes with a background resiny/earthy
               character. Full-bodied, supple, and deep, this mouthfilling wine should be drunk over the next 5-6 years.'

Red Wine       KILIKANOON Grenache/Syrah/Mourvedre 'Medley' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £12.95
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 93 points 'The 2004 GSM The Medley, a blend of 50% Grenache, 40% Shiraz, and 10% Mourvedre, spent 24 months in old French and American 300
               liter hogsheads. Rich and ripe, with fabulous aromas of roasted herbs, chocolate, blackberries, cherries, and pepper, this opulent, full-bodied wine possesses silky tannin, decent acidity, and a
               voluptuous, fleshy mouthfeel. Drink this liquid Viagra over the next 5-7 years.'

Red Wine       KILIKANOON Shiraz 'Killermans Run' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £9.95
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 93 points 'The outstanding, elegant 2004 Shiraz Killerman’s Run possesses super fruit, richness, and intensity as well as plenty of blackberry and
               charcoal characteristics.'

Red Wine       KILIKANOON Shiraz 'Covenant' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £16.45
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 94 points 'The spectacular 2004 Shiraz Covenant, essentially declassified fruit not used for the Shiraz Oracle, spent 22 months in 80% French and 20%
               American 300 liter hogsheads. In fact, Kilikanoon does not use any small barrels, preferring the larger 300 liter vessels. Perhaps that accounts for the glorious levels of fruit and subtle oak
               influence in even the more expensive cuvees that are aged in 100% new oak. The dense, plum/purple-hued, full-bodied Shiraz Covenant exhibits notes of tapenade, blackberries, asphalt,
               truffles, and roasted meats. With a gorgeous texture as well as good opulence, vibrancy, and definition, it can be consumed over the next 7-10 years.'

Red Wine       KILIKANOON Shiraz 'Oracle' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £29.95
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 97 points 'The dense purple-colored 2004 Shiraz Oracle ratchets up the fruit and glycerin levels, yet remains pure, elegant, and well-balanced. It
               offers beautiful aromas of blueberries, blackberries, acacia flowers, and spicy oak. Full-bodied, powerful, cleanly textured, long, and heady, I would not be surprised to see it evolve for 15-20
               years.'

Red Wine       KILIKANOON Shiraz/Grenache 'Killermans Run' 2004/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £8.95
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 92 points 'This beauty reminded me of one of the Wine Advocate’s great value picks from the late 1970s ... Chateau Souverain’s 1974 Vintage
               Selection. Just as sexy and opulent, but made from a completely different blend, the 2004 Killerman’s Run Shiraz/Grenache (60% of the former and 40% of the latter) comes from older
               vineyards in the Clare, Barossa, and Baroota valleys. This is a voluptuous Aussie red offering loads of cassis and black raspberry fruit along with small quantities of pepper and roasted
               Provencal herbs, and an opulent, full-throttle, beautifully pure, layered, impressively endowed style.'

White Wine     KILIKANOON Watervale Riesling 'Morts Block' 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £9.25
               There are two cuvees of dry Riesling. The crisp, elegant 2006 Riesling Mort’s Block reveals stony, pithy fruits, hints of lime, grapefruit, and other citrus, and a light to medium-bodied,
               austere, but impressive style.




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                 South, Clare Valley
Dessert Wine     MOUNT HORROCKS Riesling 'Cordon Cut' 2006 Half (G)                                                                                                                                        £15.35
                 ‘Cordon Cut’ refers to a unique, risky process that involves cutting the canes when the grapes are ripe, allowing the remaining fruit to concentrate and raisin naturally on the vine. This
                 results in intense flavour and richness.
                 The 2006 Cordon Cut Riesling is very bright pale yellow-lime in colour. It has lively perfumes of citrus, flowers, spice and honey that flow through to the palate. On the palate it captures the
                 concentrated, pure flavours of the Riesling grape which combines lusciousness with the characteristic refreshing bite at the finish. This fresh acidity balances the lemony richness so it finishes
                 clean and bright.

White Wine       MOUNT HORROCKS Riesling 'Watervale' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £12.30
                 The grapes for this wine were hand picked and are from one, individual, unirrigated vineyard. The wine is very light, green tinged white gold in colour and has a powerfully fragrant floral and
                 ripe lime aroma with a touch of spice. On the palate concentrated, intense fresh lemon and grapefruit flavours race across the palate. The seamless structure of the wine hides its bracing
                 acidity by pushing cleansing juicy fruits to the fore, backed by a steel-like minerality and a touch of sherbet to close. This is a very fine, delicate and stylish Riesling that easily matches the
                 highly lauded 2002 vintage, with arguably greater finesse to boot. Cellar confidently for 10-15 years, especially under its screw cap closure.

White Wine       PETALUMA Chardonnay 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £16.45
                 2004 Petaluma Chardonnay is soft and significantly textured with the aroma of ripe peach and the cashew and clove of barrel fermentation.
                 The ripe peach and pear aromas are pure without the tropical overtones of warmer region Chardonnay. The marzipan and clove aromas are partly related to the cool grown Chardonnay
                 and partly to the new Vosges oak and extended lees contact. The texture is typical Piccadilly Valley, viscous without oiliness and with a dry finish without hardness. The 2004 Petaluma
                 Chardonnay is a very long flavoured wine.



                 South, Coonawarra
Dessert Wine     HOLLICK Botrytised Riesling 'The Nectar' 2005 Half (G)                                                                                                                                       £9.95
                 The Nectar is straw yellow in colour in its youth, but will develop deep golden colours as it ages. Lime, grapefruit and dried apricot fruit aromas are enhanced by marmalade and honey
                 botrytis characters. The palate is rich and luscious, and displays honey, mandarin peel and apricot flavours finishing with a balanced, dry acidity. The first botrytised wine made by Hollick was
                 from the 1985 vintage and the team has developed quite a reputation for this style. 'The Nectar' is only made in vintages where late autumn rains present the ideal conditions to precipitate
                 the development of Botrytis cinerea, which is typically every second or third year. It can be enjoyed fresh, but will develop further complexity in good cellaring conditions for 10 years or
                 more. Serve this wine chilled with fresh pate, fresh fruit for dessert or ripened soft cheeses.

Red Wine         HOLLICK Pinot Noir 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £10.25
                 Hollick is one of only two producers of Pinot Noir table wine in Coonawarra. Since its first vintage in 1986 Hollick has developed a style which has been widely accepted in Australia and
                 overseas. This wine is made from Coonawarra Estate-grown Pinot Noir, with the addition of some fruit from the cooler Mt Gambier region since the 2002 vintage.
                 Ripe cherry and stewed plum notes are overlaid with spice and vanillin characters, imparted by ten to twelve months maturation in French and American oak hogsheads.

Sparkling Wine   HOLLICK Sparkling Merlot 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £12.95
                 The variety Merlot lends itself ideally to wines of this style. Intense fruit flavours and soft structure carry through to the finished wine after secondary fermentation.
                 The base wine is fermented as usual for dry red wine, and matured in two year old French oak for twelve months prior to re-fermentation. The resultant wine is liquered to a
                 predetermined sweetness upon final packaging, and is recommended for further bottle maturation.
                 It is a perfect party starter and is also an ideal accompaniment to scrambled eggs and smoked salmon for breakfast.

Red Wine         KATNOOK Cabernet Sauvignon 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £14.95
                 The nose on the 2004 Cabernet shows complex and attractive fruit and subtle sweet oak with hints of chocolatey maturation tones. Ripe plum and dusty mulberry fruit tones complement
                 the sweet vanillin oak.
                 A richly layered palate structure of ripe fruit, soft oak and fine tannins complement savoury dark berries. The palate is well rounded and balanced with light vanillin and chocolate oak tones
                 and lingering fine grained tannins.

Red Wine         KATNOOK Cabernet Sauvignon 'Odyssey' 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £35.95
                 Katnook Odyssey Coonawarra Cabernet is Katnook Estate’s icon wine and with the 2002 vintage celebrates its tenth anniversary release. This multi-award winning wine has a string of
                 international trophies to its name including Best Australian Red and the Frescobaldi Trophy for Best Vintage Red Wine, awarded twice, at the UK International Wine & Spirit Competition.
                 Odyssey also boasts gold medals for both the 2000 and 2001 vintages in the Decanter World Wine Awards for 2005 and 2006 and classified for the ‘Outstanding’ category in the prestigious
                 Langton’s Classification IV 2005. Katnook Estate senior winemaker Wayne Stehbens says his aim with Odyssey is to “not only capture the essence of Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon but to
                 define it." The new release 2002 vintage is a classic Odyssey style with a nose of sweet oak, ripe dark mulberry and spicy plum followed by a complex palate layered with ripe fruit, sweet
                 tobacco leaf and hints of dark chocolate and mocha.

White Wine       KATNOOK Chardonnay 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £11.95
                 Bright fruit tones combine here with some careful French oak influence at a decent price. No shortage of toasty oak and cedar expression though there is plenty of dried apricot, peach and
                 apple character stepping forward. Good concentration with a fine balance between the toasty and slightly nutty oak and fruit depth. Impressive length. Drink 2007- 2011 with richer seafood
                 dishes.

Red Wine         KATNOOK Shiraz 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                            £14.95
                 Coonawarra's shiraz is often overlooked for its cabernet but the Katnook is worth sampling. It's elegant and pure of fruit expression with blueberry and blackcurrant fruit flavours. Its
                 delicious notes of spice and pepper give away its cool climate origins while adding to the overall complexity of the wine. Subtle oak lets the fruit speak for itself and while the wine is drinking
                 well now, if left it will reward extra patience.

Red Wine         KATNOOK Shiraz 'Prodigy' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £35.95
                 This ultra-premium Coonawarra Shiraz entered the market with a bang, taking out the 1998 Jimmy Watson Trophy with its first vintage off new vines. “Although Coonawarra’s reputation as
                 the ideal terroir for Cabernet Sauvignon is well known, it also produces world class Shiraz. The variety is perhaps more challenging in the Coonawarra but when it all comes together
                 Coonawarra Shiraz truly comes into its own,” says Wayne Stehbens.
                 It is an opulent wine with heady dark berry fruit characters combined with hints of licorice and roasted coffee finishing with a well-balanced fine tannin structure and weight. Suggested
                 cellaring potential is medium to long 10 to 20 years.

White Wine       RESCHKE Sauvignon Blanc Fume 2007 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                  £9.45
                 Fresh gooseberry and fruit salad characters on a background of nutty/toasty characters from the portion which was barrel fermented and matured. Light to medium bodied with a soft
                 creamy texture. The fruit flavours are gooseberry and white peach. The oak handling has introduced savoury characters and a creamy mouthfeel to the palate.

Red Wine         RESCHKE Shiraz 'Bull Trader' 2004 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                  £9.45
                 An expressive bouquet with that typical spicy peppery and black fruit aromas amalgam of berry fruit and spicy oak. Medium to full bodied with a warm rich texture. The blackberry and
                 savoury fruit predominates. The flavours finish with toasty vanilla oak giving the palate length and richness.


                 South, Eden Valley
Red Wine         HENSCHKE Cabernet Sauvignon 'Cyril Henschke' 1996 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £28.95
Red Wine         HENSCHKE Shiraz 'Hill of Grace' 1992 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £148.95
Red Wine         HENSCHKE Shiraz 'Mt Edelstone' 1996 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £45.95

                 South, Langhorne
White Wine       BRUSHWOOD Semillon/Chardonnay 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £5.95
                 This select, premium range has been especially chosen to highlight the unique flavour characteristics of each variety.
                 An easy-drinking, fruity wine combining the fresh citrus and fig characters of semillon , with the tropical , peachy flavours of Chardonnay.
                 The blend has persistent flavours and is a wonderfully refreshing anytime drink.

Red Wine         BRUSHWOOD Shiraz/Cabernet 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £5.95
                 This select, premium range has been especially chosen to highlight the unique flavour characteristics of each variety.
                 A bright, richly flavoured wine showing blackcurrant and plum flavours with subtle oak.The balanced sweet-fruit palate shows good weight and lenght and lingering, soft flavours.




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               South, McLaren Vale
Red Wine       D'ARENBERG Cabernet Sauvignon 'High Trellis' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £9.45
               The cabernet sauvignon from d’Arenberg’s High Trellis paddock has a dense crimson red color with purple tinges. The High Trellis has a typical young cabernet sauvignon attack on the nose;
               lifted mint and capsicum cabernet edges above a rich, ripe blackberry, plum and liquorice base.
               On the tongue, mouth filling sweet blackberries, plums and blackcurrant flavors are highlighted by the rich, strong mid palate. Mulberry-like fruit continues from the mid palate balanced by
               finely structured and firm fruit and oak tannin on the typically long, fresh young tangy finish.
               The hallmarks of The High Trellis Cabernet Sauvignon are a soft, rich middle palate, terrific texture and a long rolling finish, all of which can reside with this wine for a number of years, even
               decades, as more than four decades of previous vintages have shown.

Red Wine       D'ARENBERG Cabernet/Merlot 'The Galvo Garage' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £12.30
               d’Arenberg’s Galvo Garage has a deep, vibrant red-purple color. The nose shows a complex array of blackcurrant, cassis, compost, mulberries, dark plums, cherries and cut flower stems.
               Subtle spices of cinnamon, nutmeg and cedar add complexity and show a potential for the wine to open more with time. The wide array of fruits are seen immediately upon tasting and flow
               elegantly across the mouth in a silky way, gradually tightening in dark, fragrant, compost and lively, dark-berry fruit tannins. The Bordeaux-like tannins are fine and plentiful, with an
               abundance of intertwined fragrant fruit hanging in the mouth well after the wine has been consumed. A very refreshing but classically styled wine that should age gracefully for many years.

White Wine     D'ARENBERG Chardonnay 'The Olive Grove' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £8.25
               It presents a nose of citrus, toasted corn, green apple, and pear. Medium-bodied, with ripe fruit and crisp acidity, this straightforward, moderately lengthy Chardonnay can be enjoyed over
               the next 2-3 years.

Red Wine       D'ARENBERG Grenache 'The Custodian' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £9.95
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 89 points 'A classic Grenache, the 2004 The Custodian exhibits crisp notes of licorice, kirsch liqueur, and loamy soil in a medium to full-bodied, spicy
               style. This beautifully knit, medium-bodied, richly fruity Grenache should drink well for several years.'

Red Wine       D'ARENBERG Grenache/Syrah/Mourvedre 'Stump Jump' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £6.65
               A voluminous, sweet fruit, mulberry, raspberry, spicy and earthy nose leads through to the palate showing the same flavours as the aromas. A great round glycerol sweetness fills the mouth
               with a touch of fresh, ripe fruit tannins on the aftertaste.
               This is a rich, soft and flavoursome red in the traditional McLaren Vale style highlighting lifted rose petal aromas and dense flavours of 90 year old mourvedre. Best served at room
               temperature, this wine will gain complexity with careful cellaring over the next 2-5 years.

White Wine     D'ARENBERG Marsanne/Viognier 'The Hermit Crab' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £8.25
               Upon release, The Hermit Crab is a green, brilliant mid-straw color, and exhibits fresh flower and tropical fruit aromas, with emphasis on, apricot and white peach, as well as pear, pineapple,
               guava and mango. Added complexity comes from a nutty touch. The youthful palate is immediately fruity, with strong tropical and stone fruit flavors, leading to a very long finish. This wine
               will mature into the medium-term, producing a rich, rolling, generous and complex wine, balanced by long, clean, refreshing acidity. Given time to prove its longevity, and most importantly,
               not served overchilled, The Hermit Crab should show an intense, complex nuttiness, with an emphasis on cashews and butterscotch, while still retaining a fragrant, mineral character.
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 89 points

Red Wine       D'ARENBERG Mourvedre 'Twenty-Eight Road' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £13.95
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 93 points 'The Twentyeight Road Mourvedre emerges from one of the oldest Mourvedre vineyards in South Australia (planted in 1918). Consistently
               a top-class Bandol look-alike, the 2002 reveals great concentration in addition to wonderful aromas of new saddle leather, roasted meats, black fruits, earth, and spice. Almost primordial in
               its power and potency, with surprisingly civilized tannin, this is a big, back-strapping, mouthfilling, full-throttle example of old vine Mourvedre. Give it 1-2 years of bottle age, and consume it
               over the following 10-12.'

White Wine     D'ARENBERG Riesling/Marsanne/Viognier 'Stump Jump' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £6.50
               Fresh, lively, dry white wine displaying a wide array of fruit and floral aromas, including gooseberry, lime, citrus and many tropical fruits. These characteristics then follow through on the
               palate. Good acid and fruit balance is reflected in the long, clean finish.

Red Wine       D'ARENBERG Shiraz 'Dead Arm' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £25.95
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 95 points 'The renowned 2004 Shiraz The Dead Arm, fashioned from ancient head-pruned vines, is stunning. An inky/purple color is accompanied by
               a glorious perfume of creosote/melted road tar, blackberry and cassis liqueur, pepper, and spice. This deep, rich, full-bodied, tannic Shiraz should be drinkable in 2-3 years, and will last for
               two decades or more. It is the finest Dead Arm since the 2001.'

Red Wine       D'ARENBERG Shiraz 'The Footbolt' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £9.95
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 89 points 'The 2005 The Footbolt Shiraz was aged for 12-18 months in a mix of new and used French and American oak. Purple-colored, it exhibits
               an aromatic array of fresh herbs, plum, cranberry, and black cherry. Medium-to full-bodied, on the palate spicy blueberry and licorice notes emerge. The wine has very good depth and
               concentration, ripe tannin, and a medium-long finish. It will evolve for 2-3 years and drink well through 2015. D’Arenberg has been owned and operated by the Osborn family since its
               inception in 1912. The portfolio, with a focus on Rhone varietals, is wide-ranging and value-oriented from top to bottom.'

Red Wine       D'ARENBERG Shiraz/Grenache 'd'Arry's Original' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £9.45
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 91 points 'One of my consistent favorites from d’Arenberg is their d’Arry’s Original, and the terrific 2004 is a super value. A dark ruby/purple color is
               accompanied by beautiful blackberry, cassis, cherry, and licorice scents with hints of Provencal herbs and pepper in the background. This medium to full-bodied, front end-loaded blend of
               Shiraz and Grenache possesses considerable fruit, body, and silky tannins as well as enough acidity to provide definition. Drink it over the next 3-4 years. '

Red Wine       D'ARENBERG Shiraz/Viognier 'Laughing Magpie' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £12.25
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 93 points 'Year in and year out, one of the most exotic, flamboyant, and sexiest cuvees in the d’Arenberg portfolio is The Laughing Magpie
               Shiraz/Viognier. The 2005 exhibits a spring flower garden-like character interwoven with blackberries, creme de cassis, melted licorice, and sweet, toasty new oak. Opulent and voluptuous,
               with silky tannin, and a plump, fleshy, rich, full-bodied personality, this offering is meant to be consumed over the next 5-8 years.'

White Wine     D'ARENBERG Viognier 'The Last Ditch' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £9.25
               In its youth, d’Arenberg’s ‘The Last Ditch’ Viognier is a brilliant, mid-straw colour with lifted nectarine, white peach and apricot dominated aromas, as well as enveloping rose and ginger.
               These also dominate the young palate where thick and viscous fruit showing rose, nectarine and white peaches develop into an unctuous long lasting palate showing ginger and spices; a
               complex wine offering a huge spectrum of flavours. With bottle age, the wine should develop in colour to a richer, bright-gold. The aroma should also develop in complexity to become
               dominated by yellow peaches and tropical fruits but all still supported by rose, spices and ginger on the nose and palate. In the mouth, an older Last Ditch will maintain peach and apricot
               fruit-based flavour but also be distinguished with a fine edge of acidity and a rolling, lengthy and penetrating finish for quite some considerable time.

Red Wine       MITOLO Cabernet Sauvignon 'Serpico' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £26.95
               ROBERT PARKER 94 points "The 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon Serpico (aged 12 months in new American hogsheads as well as small French barrels) comes from the Willunga district of the
               southern sector of McLaren Vale near the ocean). It exhibits a dense purple color in addition to an extraordinary bouquet of smoke, blueberries, black raspberries and cassis. Superbly
               endowed with admirable purity, sweet tannin, a floral/fruity component and a fabulously layered, concentrated mid-palate as well as finish. It is one of the best Cabernet Sauvignon's to ever
               emerge from South Australia. It should age well for 10-15 years."

Red Wine       MITOLO Cabernet Sauvignon 'Serpico' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £26.95
               ROBERT PARKER 94 points ‘The 2005 Cabernet Sauvignon Serpico (100% McLaren Vale fruit) was treated like Amarone with the grapes picked relatively underripe and green, then dried
               for seven weeks before they were fermented. The result is a distinctive, full-bodied Cabernet with no pruny or raisiny characteristics whatsoever. Its fresh acidity and lively backbone
               support a wine of enormous richness and intensity, offering up classic creme de cassis notes intermixed with white chocolate, damp forest, cedar, and toasty oak. Full-bodied, opulent,
               powerful, and totally dry, with a sweet, rich mid-section, it should age well for 10-15 years.‘

Red Wine       MITOLO Cabernet Sauvignon 'The Jester' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £10.95
               “May be one of the world's best values in Cabernet Sauvignon!” [sic] Robert Parker, October 2006
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker 91 points - ‘The 2005 Cabernet Sauvignon Jester, which was aged in three and four year old French oak barrels, receives a touch of Amarone-like
               treatment with 20% of the grapes dried on racks. A superb effort, it boasts a deep ruby/purple color and loads of blueberry and cassis fruit as well as hints of roasted meat and spice box.
               Medium to full-bodied with good acidity, ripe tannin, and beautiful texture and length, this stunning Cabernet may be one of the world’s best values in Cabernet Sauvignon! There are 4,000
               cases. ‘

Rose Wine      MITOLO Sangiovese Rose 'The Jester' 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £9.45
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker 89 points - ‘The knock-out 2006 Sangiovese Jester rose exhibits an atypically dark color for a rose as well as crisp, elegant, gamy sweet cherry and
               currant flavors intermixed with hints of saddle leather and earth. This bone dry, medium-bodied, well-made effort reflects the Italian heritage of proprietors Frank and Simone Mitolo
               combined with the sure hand of their classic Australian winemaker, Ben Glaetzer.‘




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                 South, McLaren Vale
Red Wine         MITOLO Shiraz 'G.A.M.' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £19.45
                 ROBERT PARKER 95 points ‘Fashioned from a McLaren Vale vineyard, the 2005 Shiraz G.A.M. (named after the Mitolo children – Gemma, Alexander, and Marco) is a deep ruby/purple-hued
                 effort displaying beautiful blackberry, white pepper, licorice, and toasty oak notes. Rich, full-bodied, and intense, with blueberry and blackberry flavors, sweet tannin, and excellent purity, it is
                 a tour de force in winemaking. Enjoy it over the next decade.'
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £42.95

Red Wine         MITOLO Shiraz 'Savitar' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £26.95
                 THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker 96 points - ‘Named after a mythical monster, the 2005 Shiraz Savitar emerges from rocky, low vigor soils, and was aged for 16 months in primarily
                 new French oak barrels. Dazzling aromas of acacia flowers, blueberries, crushed rocks, graphite, licorice, and espresso roast emerge from this tightly knit but intense, fleshy, rich effort. Its
                 multilayered palate, huge body, sweet tannin, and “monster” finish suggest this brilliant wine will be drinkable between 2008 and 2020. It is a superb example of McLaren Vale Shiraz.‘

Red Wine         MITOLO Shiraz 'The Jester' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £9.75
                 THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker 92 points - 'The 2005 Shiraz Jester exhibits an opaque purple color along with sweet aromas of blackberries, charcoal, white chocolate, and espresso
                 roast. Rich, full-bodied, heady, and long, it explodes on the back of the palate (always a good sign). Drink it over the next 5-7 years.'

Red Wine         REDFIN Shiraz/Grenache 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £5.95
                 A fresh, juicy and fruit-driven wine where the attractive, spicy blackberry characteristicsare typical of good young shiraz.The Grenache grapes add an aromatic dimension helping to create a
                 fruity & very drinkable red wine.

Red Wine         WILLUNGA 100 Grenache 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                          £7.45
                 Full bright red with a purple hue. An approachable fleshy nose of raspberry, light bubblegum and well integrated cedar and toasty oak. Fruity characters dominate. A rich, full palate with red
                 fruits, oak, crisp acidity and delicate Turkish Delight notes. The wine is bottled under screwcap to ensure freshness and longevity.

Red Wine         WILLUNGA 100 Shiraz/Viognier 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £7.45
                 Deep red purple colour typical of this blend. A lifted nose of violets, blueberry and liquorice combines with a subtle note of musk & apricot from the Viognier grapes. Cedar oak notes add
                 complexity. A full rich palate is reminiscent of dark fruits and choclate with a long finish and good acidity. They have a regional softness which will also allow early appreciation.The wine is
                 bottled under screwcap to ensure freshness and longevity.



                 Victoria, Mornington
Red Wine         RESCHKE Cabernet Sauvignon 'Bos' 2002 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                            £14.95
                 The elegant structure and complexity of Bos, embody the perfect balance between Reschke's outstanding quality of fruit, the passion of winemaking specialist Peter Douglas and the
                 Coonawarra terroir. The fruit is primarily sourced from Reschke's older low yielding vines which are carefully controlled to ensure optimum flavour profiles are achieved. Vinification
                 includes warm fermentation and maturation in small oaks casks - 10% being first use American Hogsheads, the remaining casks being first use tightly grained French oak barrels. Black
                 currant, cassis, spicy oak and fined-grained soft tannins amalgamate to make this a true Coonawarra benchmark. Approachable at release it will gain complexity with medium term cellaring.

Red Wine         RESCHKE Cabernet Sauvignon 'Vitulus' 2003 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                        £10.45
                 Another masterpiece from Peter Douglas, Vitulus completes the Reschke range of premium Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon. Sourced from Reschke's younger low yielding vines, the
                 Vitulus is an elegant, fruit driven, early drinking style Cabernet and is matured in 2nd use French and American oak. Intense, almost black with crimson edges in colour.
                 The bouquet currently shows aromas of plums, cassis and cedar, with some stalkiness. On the palate, the structure is rounded and soft in texture, this wine has plenty of cassis and spicy
                 almost peppery flavours. Even though this is a great example of a Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon now, it will reward with time in the cellar. Suggested cellaring up to 5 years.

White Wine       TEN MINUTES BY TRACTOR Chardonnay 10X 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                       £15.45
                 With three exquisitely picturesque vineyards roughly a ten-minute tractor ride from each other, the eponymous Ten Minutes by Tractor winery makes one sit up and take notice. Hailed as
                 a "five star winery" by James Halliday, the wines regularly feature in the recommendations of Australian wine guru, Huon Hooke, not to mention getting full marks from Jancis Robinson
                 M.W. for their thorough representation of Mornington Peninsula. The vineyards are located on Main Ridge, the highest part of the region, thus the winery's forte of superbly crafted cool
                 climate Chardonnays and Pinots that show the intense lingering flavours of a long, slow ripening season. Palest lemon in colour with a complex nose featuring intense aromas of zested
                 lemon rind, toasted hazelnut, honey and ripe white peach. On the palate, fruit is more restrained; citrus fruit, with secondary notes of rich toasted nuts and honey. The crisp acidity is
                 balanced by mid-palate glycerols and alcohol. A restrained elegant style with complex richness and mineral notes on the finish."

Red Wine         TEN MINUTES BY TRACTOR Pinot Noir 10X 2006 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                       £17.95
                 With three exquisitely picturesque vineyards roughly a ten-minute tractor ride from each other, the eponymous Ten Minutes by Tractor winery makes one sit up and take notice. Hailed as
                 a "five star winery" by James Halliday, the wines regularly feature in the recommendations of Australian wine guru, Huon Hooke, not to mention getting full marks from Jancis Robinson
                 M.W. for their thorough representation of Mornington Peninsula. The vineyards are located on Main Ridge, the highest part of the region, thus the winery's forte of superbly crafted cool
                 climate Chardonnays and Pinots that show the intense lingering flavours of a long, slow ripening season. Deep, bright translucent ruby in colour, this intense Pinot Noir shows aromas of
                 gamey dark cherry 59 fruit, raspberry, mocha and some earthy wild mushroom secondary complexity. On the palate strawberry, red and black cherry and Asian spice is balanced by crisp
                 acidity, alcohol and firm, fine grained silky tannins. A deliciously crisp fruited, complex Pinot Noir.


                 Victoria, Murray Rv
Lower Alcohol    DEAKIN ESTATE Moscato 5%alc 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £4.95
                 New to the Deakin range and only 5% Alcohol. This fresh and spritzy wine has lovely, fresh Muscat grape aromas, like biting into a Granny Smith apple on a carpet of wild flowers in a
                 summer meadow. It is incredibly fresh, crisp like a firm but sweet apple, light bodied, light in alcohol, lightly spritzy... and quite delicious.

White Wine       SANDFORD Colombard/Chardonnay 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £5.60
                 Light, crisp and dry yet rounded and fruity with not a harsh edge in sight. Crafted by those clever fellows at Wingarra this is not some anonymous neutral tank farm slop but a great value,
                 well made white that even at its humble price has plenty of character. This is a great wine for functions as whilst it has plenty of flavour it is commendably low in alcohol, after all we can
                 have Great Aunt Doris and Uncle George falling asleep and snoring in the middle of the speeches can we!

Red Wine         SANDFORD Shiraz/Cabernet 2004/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £5.60
                 Another absolutely gorgeous simple wine that has quality and flavour and style that belies its price. Brilliant fruit flavours and spice form the Shiraz almost overflow from the glass, oh joy
                 …!!!



                 Victoria, Pyrenees
Sparkling Wine   TALTARNI Brut Rose Sparkling 'Tache' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £9.95
                 A unique rosé sparkling wine crafted from a traditional blend of three varieties- chardonnay, pinot noir and pinot meunier. This premium vintage estate wine delights with its pale onionskin
                 salmon hue and subtle berry and yeast aromas that introduce a creamy delicate palate enriches with gentle strawberry shortcake notes. The ideal match for raw seafood- sushi and sashimi,
                 prawns or slow roasted Atlantic salmon. Tingles well with Thai food too.
                 THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker 90 points '...delightful, well-priced sparkling wine composed of 52% Chardonnay, 41% Pinot Noir, and 7% Pinot Meunier. A dash of red wine liqueur
                 is added to the finished triage wine at disgorgement to create the salmon pink color. The nose offers rose petal, peach, apricot, and wheat thin scents leading to a sparkler with a steady,
                 persistent stream of small bubbles and red berry and nutty flavors. On the palate the wine is dry and refreshing, with a long, clean finish. '

Sparkling Wine   TALTARNI Brut Sparkling 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £9.95
                 Traditional method, fermented in this bottle for a minimum of 18 months on lees, an expert blend including components of oak matured reserve and premium Tasmanian base wines. Notice
                 the fine streaming bead and the delightful waft of freshly baked bread that introduces subtle aromas of ripe peach citrus rind and apple. The palate soon fills with these flavours,
                 complemented by the soft, creamy, persistent mousse and a full flavoured, enticing, long lingering finish. Recently disgorged, this is a vibrant superior quality sparkling wine that will enhance
                 any celebration. The ideal aperitif to match most small party bites, freshly shucked oysters or sesame crusted scallops. Drinks equally well right through a meal. Try prawn and mango salad,
                 or roast salmon.

Red Wine         TALTARNI Cabernet/Merlot 'Three Monks' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £8.45
                 Like chefs, winemakers take their wines very seriously and Taltarni's three winemakers, Leigh, Peter and Loic are no exception! They are so religious about making this wine, a superb
                 cabernet-merlot blend, that it was named after them, but not without being a little tongue and cheek in the process.
                 The wine has a fantastic deep, black cherry colour and an alluring assortment of uplifted black cherries, dark berry fruits, scorched almonds, coffee, tobacco leaves and licorice allsorts on the
                 nose. On the palate it is a well-structured wine with layers of plump plum and blackberry fruits. A mix of savoury spices, subtle herbs and firm, dusty tannins balanced by good natural acidity.
                 The perfect accompaniment to a veal ragout. The explosion of rich fruit flavours in Taltarni’s Three Monks makes it ideal for immediate enjoyment whilst young and fresh, but offers the
                 complexity and structure to age gracefully for many years to come.



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Red Wine       TALTARNI Cabernet/Shiraz 'Cephas' 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £16.95
               The very pinnacle of Taltarni wines, Cephas epitomises their philosophy of making superb red wines. It combines the two grape varieties that Taltarni is world renowned for; shiraz and
               cabernet sauvignon. Shiraz brings body and rich plumpness whilst cabernet sauvignon adds structure, length and the finest of silky smooth tannins.
               2001 was a year of good balance as the result of a warm summer and a lasting mild autumn. This allowed the winemaker to wait patiently and hand-pick the grapes from each individual
               parcel when their flavour was at a peak.
               It will compliment equally well a traditional roast beef, slow-cooked lamb ‘hotpot’ with winter vegetables or a dish of contemporary new-Asian cuisine such as a star-anise beef salad.
               VICTORIAN WINE SHOW 2003 - GOLD MEDAL                                     JAMES HALLIDAY Wine Companion 2005 - 93 points

White Wine     TALTARNI Sauvignon/Semillon 'T-Series' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £6.95
               The T series celebrates Taltarnis new dynamism. Taltarni`s Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2005 sourced from Victorias cool climate vineyards displays varietal passionfruit and citrus flavours
               enhanced by winemaking techniques to ensure a perfect cleansing finish.

Red Wine       TALTARNI Shiraz 'Heathcote' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £14.95
               This is a very serious wine and shows why everyone is currently looking at the Heathcote region as vying for the top red wine producing area in all of Australia. The region is on fire right
               now and wines like this illustrate exactly why it has shot right to the forefront in Australia’s wine hierarchy. This Shiraz strikes that fine line between power and elegance, offering complex
               fruit flavors of dark plum and blueberry with savory nuances of pepper, chocolate and spice. Full bodied and packed with layers of intense mouth filling flavors this finishes dry with noted
               extract and fine-grained, chewy tannins. Embodied with excellent depth of flavor this has the structure for at least 10 more years of life ahead of it. At under £20 a bottle this wine is an
               absolute bargain and shows why Heathcote reds are becoming so highly sought after.                                                  WINE SPECTATOR MAGAZINE (October 2005) 92 Points



               Western Australia
Red Wine       GLENGUIN Shiraz 'Stonybroke' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £10.95
               Robin Tedder MW, the man behind Glenguin, is probably unique in Australian wine circles in that he is a Scottish Baron. Preferring the vineyards of the Hunter Valley to the backbenches of
               the House of Lords, Robin spends his time making wine – and challenging accepted wine making practices - rather than debating the laws of the old country. Something of an evangelist for
               New South Wales wines, Robin focuses on Shiraz and Semillon, the two grapes that have historically performed best in the region and the results are very impressive indeed
               Purple red, savoury aromas and spicy fruit characters supported by layers of fine dusty tannins.
               Press Quote -"Very mineral and lively." Jancis Robinson,www.jancisrobinson.com

White Wine     HELLFIRE BAY Chardonnay 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £6.65
               The name 'Hellfire Bay' was given to the bay by early immigrants to Western Australia after they sailed through St. Elmo's fire.
               The Hellfire Bay wines 'over-deliver' in every way!
               The 2005 Chardonnay is pale straw in colour with fresh perfumes of melon and ripe peaches, balanced by a nutty, toasty creaminess.              It is still fresh on the palate, but has an attractive
               fullness. Fresh flavours carry through to the finish.

Red Wine       HELLFIRE BAY Shiraz/Grenache 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £6.65
               The name 'Hellfire Bay' was given to the bay by early immigrants to Western Australia after they sailed through St. Elmo's fire.
               The Hellfire Bay wines 'over-deliver' in every way! This Shiraz/Grenache offers a soft ripeness and combines well with the spicy Shiraz giving a medium bodied wine. It displays flavours of
               plum and blackberry on the palate with a hint of spice in the finish. It is the ideal accompaniment to most dishes but in particular those containing red meats.

Red Wine       MAD FISH Cabernet/Merlot 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £8.25
               This easy drinking red blend has a savoury character and elegance from the use of French oak. Based on cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, with a sprinkle of merlot from Western
               Australia’s Great Southern region, it’s an elegant, medium bodied red with spicy, nutty and berry aromas and great depth. Drinkability is the key word. It could generally be enjoyed now or
               kept for up to five years.

Red Wine       MAD FISH Pinot Noir 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £8.25
               The nose is a rich, enticing blend of dark berry fruits, violets, a gamey, mushroom complexity and savoury French oak. The palate begins with flavours of black cherry and strawberry, leads
               onto a more textured, richer mid-palate of dark chocolate and finishes with a long spicy, French oak back palate.

White Wine     MAD FISH Riesling 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                              £8.25
               The wine is pale straw in colour with green tinges. The nose shows limes, passion fruit and floral characters while the palate is clean and refreshing with citrus and bath salts to backup the
               riper fruit flavours. The finish is quite mineral like with a lovely zing of acid that streaks down the palate.
               This wine will drink wonderfully from a very young age, but like all good Rieslings it will develop intriguing secondary characters as it ages, allowing for toasty flavours to compliment the
               primary fruit. Given correct storage this wine will reward cellaring for at least eight years.

White Wine     MAD FISH Sauvignon/Semillon 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £8.25
               This wine is pale straw in appearance with tinges of green. With a combination of riper white peach, melon aromas, finer grapefruit and citrus characters the nose exhibits a wonderful
               aromatic drive bursting with fruity esters. The palate displays complexity with layers of fruit flavours balanced against the leaner, elegant citrus flavours. The finish is generous and long with a
               clean acid thrust.
               This wine can be enjoyed immediately but the fine acid structure and balance will reward those who can resist temptation. Cellar this wine for up to three years.

Red Wine       MAD FISH Shiraz 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                £8.25
               Outstanding rich and vibrant colour with a fragrant nose of black fruits, chocolate and fresh black pepper; classic Shiraz characters from the South-West of Western Australia. The palate is
               rich in flavour but with seductive lightness and elegance. Dark cherry fruits with spicy savoury notes are supported by fine tannin and elegant background oak.

White Wine     MAD FISH Unwooded Chardonnay 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £8.25
               In the glass, the wine appears crisp, displaying fresh green tinges to the pale straw colour. The nose is typical of cool climate Chardonnay - melons and peach supported by finer grapefruit
               and mandarin aromas. The array of flavours and the fine structure of the palate are an indication of the quality of the vintage, with the lower alcohol in the wine bringing a delicate softness
               to the palate. Flavours of nectarine and rock melon balance the initial tropical fruit with an elegant, fine citrus finish.


               Western, Margaret Rv
Red Wine       CULLEN Cabernet/Merlot 'Margaret River Red' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £10.75
               The fruit for this wine, which is a blend of 80% Cabernet Sauvignon and 20% Merlot, was grown on a vineyard in the Wallcliff sub-region of Margaret River that is owned by Mark Hands and
               Ariane Cullen. It has a lovely rich red colour with a strong crimson meniscus. The bouquet is very attractive, fresh cherry and chocolate and on the palate it has intense, rich black cherry
               flavours, which fill out the middle palate and are backed by just the right amount of tannins. Delicious to drink now, but with the depth and structure to age for at least five years. A very
               versatile wine that can be consumed as a 'café style' or with mild Asian food, but has the depth of flavour to accompany a good steak.

Red Wine       CULLEN Cabernet/Merlot 'Diane Madeleine' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £31.75
               The character of Cullen wine is epitomised by their Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot blend. This is their flagship wine and has an intensity and harmony of fruit that is rare in any wine producing
               region, a result of the fruit grown in this part of Margaret River and of Vanya's incessant pursuit of quality. A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon with 30% Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit
               Verdot, is more forward than previous vintages, and is already starting to blossom. Ripe, cassis flavours that give this wine its trademark elegance.

White Wine     CULLEN Chardonnay 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                          £25.95
               Complexity and texture are hallmarks of this Chardonnay and this is one of the greatest yet produced at Cullen Wines. This wine has a deep straw colour with green/gold tinges and a
               complex bouquet which is a blend of well integrated citrus lime, pawpaw and vanillan oak. On the palate the quince and lemon fruit flavours, which fill the whole palate, are rich and very
               attractive and backed by just the right amount of good clean oak. The palate is beautifully long and persistent. Cellar it now to 2010 and drink it with seafood, pasta, chicken and veal.

White Wine     CULLEN Sauvignon/Semillon 'Mangan' 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £15.45
               The Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc comes from the Mangan vineyard. A blend of 60% Sauvignon Blanc (15% of which was fermented in new French oak barriques) and 40% Semillon, it has a
               vibrant blend of intense lemon, grapefruit, honeysuckle and floral perfumes on the nose which follows through to a crisp, fine lemony fruit character on the palate.

White Wine     CULLEN Sauvignon/Semillon/Chardonnay 'Margaret River White' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                £10.45
               The Sauvignon Blanc component (50%) is slightly greater than that of the Semillon (40%), while Chardonnay contributes just 10%. The fruit, all of which was produced biodynamically, was
               picked before the sugar levels became too high to help ensure that the wine exhibited appealing fresh fruit characters. All of the wine was wild yeast fermented in stainless steel tanks, which
               were maintained at low temperatures and thus further facilitating the retention of the fresh fruit characters.
               The wine has an excellent pale straw colour with aromas that are a fresh and lively combination of pineapple, lime and apples. On the palate it has vibrant clean honey dew melon fruit that
               fills out the middle palate. Round, soft and complete and finishes with good acidity. Excellent as an aperitif or with shellfish, chicken and fish.




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                                                                                      Australia
               Western, Margaret Rv
Red Wine       HAMELIN BAY Shiraz/Cabernet/Merlot 'Rampant Red' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £9.25
               This is a very exuberant wine with a wonderful, lively character. It has brilliant clarity with medium intensity and the aromas of dusty mint and earth harmoniously meld with cassis, berry
               fruits and perfumed cedar to afford a complex bouquet. The palate is round and medium weight delivering an enjoyable uncomplicated but extremely satisfying drink. Enjoy with grilled
               meats or tomato based pasta dishes.
               SILVER MEDAL - 2004 Margaret River Wine Show

Red Wine       LENTON BRAE Cabernet/Merlot 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £9.95
               Established in 1982 Lenton Brae is a family owned and operated vineyard & winery in the Wilyabrup Valley of the Margaret River wine region. The emphasis in making this wine is combining
               the elegant structure of Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon (62%) with the soft roundness of Merlot (36%) and the aromatics of Petit Verdot (2%). From the outstanding 2004 Vintage this
               wine was matured in French Oak for 18 months before being bottled in November 2005.



               Western, Mnt Barker
White Wine     PLANTAGENET Sauvignon Blanc 'Omrah' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £7.95
               The Plantagenet wines continue to enjoy enormous success. The purity of fruit captured by winemaker Gavin Berry, allied to their reasonable prices, illustrate the reasons for this success.
               This Sauvignon Blanc is absolutely fantastic and one of the best examples of Sauvignon we have seen from Western Australia. It has a brilliant, pale straw colour and aromas of gooseberries,
               lemons, limes and passionfruit. On the palate it has a zingy, mouthfilling array of crisp citrus fruits with hints of geen apples with a long and luscious finish. A style to be enjoyed while young
               and fresh it is the perfect accompaniment to Seafood and Asian dishes.

Red Wine       PLANTAGENET Shiraz 'Omrah' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £7.95
               The Plantagenet wines continue to enjoy enormous success. The purity of fruit captured by winemaker Gavin Berry, allied to their reasonable prices, illustrate the reasons for this success.
               This wine has a deep, brick red colour and a nose that is a complex array of spices and berries. Raspberries and mulberries are combined with hints of white pepper. Added to this are layers
               of vanilla and licorice for extra complexity. On the palate it is medium to full bodied and combines sweet berry fruits with subtle underlying spice. Hints of liquorice add complexity to the
               finish. Drink now and over the next 4-5 years.




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                                                                                              Chile
               Central Valley
White Wine     CALBUCO Sauvignon Blanc 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £5.45
               Calbuco is a volcano in the Andes, as striking a symbol or Chile as its wine. Sauvignon Blanc is widely planted in Chile and represents 45% of all the fine white varieties planted there.
               The vineyards are located in Chile's Central Valley, the strip of land between the Pacific and the Andes. 41% of the grapes for this wine were grown in the Rapel Valley, 27% in the Limari
               Valley and 11% in the Lontue Valley.
               Clean and fresh, with classic Sauvignon blanc gooseberries and an attractive balance between fruit and zesty acidity.

Red Wine       LOS VILOS Cabernet Sauvignon 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £4.95
               Produced in the Central valley,an area where the sunny, warm climate and ideal soil conditions are perfect for cultivation of quality grapes.
               A full, rich palate of blackcurrant fruits, firm yet ripe tannins and great varietal character on the finish. It has a lovely hint of spice and is medium-bodied, soft, well-balanced and smooth.

Red Wine       OVEJA NEGRA Cabernet Sauvignon/Shiraz 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £5.35
               Made from 66% Cabernet Sauvignon and 34% Syrah by Wine Maker Ed Flaherty this great value wine has a rich, inky colour. Dark plum, toasty oak and vanilla aromas. Complex palate with
               meaty, dark fruit and oak flavours with supple tannins.

White Wine     OVEJA NEGRA Chardonnay/Viognier 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £5.35
               Made from 85% Chardonnay and 15% Viognier by Wine Maker Ed Flaherty this is a soft, fruity white that uses a healthy splash of peachy, aromatic Viognier to add some top-notes to the
               nose, and a bit of extra weight to the fresh, minerally Chardonnay on the palate.

Red Wine       VALDIVIESO Caballo Loco No. 8 N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £19.95
               A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Carmenere from the Central valley. Calballo Loco has been based on selecting the best vineyards from within the best
               areas. Intense dark red, a complex aromatic profile of ripe berry fruits, sweet spices, nutmeg, coinnamon & vanilla. A full bodied wine with structure & length, balancing well the powerful
               fruit & spice flavours.
               Based on the Soler system where approximately 50% of the blend is from the previous Caballo Loco.

Red Wine       VALDIVIESO Cabernet Sauvignon 'Palena' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £5.45
               The Valdivieso winery in Chile was founded in 1879 by a Spanish wine enthusiast called Alberto Valdivieso. It was he who took the decision to import fine vine stocks from the old world,
               and to replant them in the highly fertile earth of Chile.
               Attractive dark red colour, rich berry fruit aromas, blackberries, and sweet spices coffee, chocolate and vanilla. Full bodied wine, very flavoursome, with a round soft structure.

Rose Wine      VALDIVIESO Cabernet Sauvignon Rose 'Palena' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £5.45
               Attractive deep pink colour. Lovely sweet aromas and juicy flavours of strawberries and raspberries. Refreshing on the palate, with crisp acidy which balances the ripe fruit flavours.

Red Wine       VALDIVIESO Merlot 'Palena' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                      £5.45
               The Valdivieso winery in Chile was founded in 1879 by a Spanish wine enthusiast called Alberto Valdivieso. It was he who took the decision to import fine vine stocks from the old world,
               and to replant them in the highly fertile earth of Chile.
               Attractive dark red colour, aromas and flavours of ripe plums & blackberries, sweet spices, coffee and chocolate with delicate smokey notes. A soft medium bodied wine with good length
               and structure.

White Wine     VALDIVIESO Sauvignon Blanc 'Palena' 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £5.45
               The Valdivieso winery in Chile was founded in 1879 by a Spanish wine enthusiast called Alberto Valdivieso. It was he who took the decision to import fine vine stocks from the old world,
               and to replant them in the highly fertile earth of Chile.
               A fresh, dry wine with hints of tropical fruits and crisp mouth-watering acidity.



               Colchagua Valley
Red Wine       CALINA Merlot 'Reserve' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £7.25
               Calina pioneers new vineyards to ensure ripe fruit and balanced flavor. This wine was matured in French and American oak to make the most South America's Merlot Paradise.
               It has an exceptionally dark garnet red and black colour and bright cherry fruit, ripe plum and mint on the nose. On the palate it has jammy fruit, blackberries, spice and cocoa with modest
               tannins and a distinct softness to meld with blackberry and spice flavors.


               Maipo Valley
Red Wine       CHOCALAN Merlot 'Reserve' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £7.95
               Chocalan Merlot Reserve has an intensive red colour, nearly opaque with red cherry highlights. Its aromas of plum, quince, and cardamom are discretely unveiled. In mouth it has a soft
               approach, increasing at the palate, medium volume and long soft tannins resulting in a warm subtle balance. A whisper of wood shimmers through coming together in fine balance with
               intense fruitiness. Very typically Merlot.
               Suggested to be served with red meats and rich sauces, turkey with chestnuts, and roast duck.

Red Wine       CHOCALAN Syrah 'Reserve' 2004/05 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                      £7.95


               Rapel Valley
Red Wine       ANAKENA Carmenere 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                            £5.25
               Rapel Valley, Alto Cachapoal - Unique to Chile, this full bodied Carmenère is dark cherry red in colour with blackberry notes, pepper and chocolate aromas. Rich and fruity on the palate it
               has a velvety finish and is delicious with red meat, game, pasta and cheese. Recommended serving temperature is 18–20ºC.

White Wine     ANAKENA Sauvignon Blanc 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £5.25
               A delicate and crisp pale gold Sauvignon Blanc. This subtle wine shows complex citric and herbal aromas and hints of tropical fruit as pineapple and passion fruit. At the palate is elegant, fresh
               and with a long finish. Delicious as an aperitif, or with poultry, seafood, salmon, and salads. Ideal serving temperature is 10-12ºC.


               San Rafael
Red Wine       SAN RAFAEL Merlot 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                            £4.35
               San Rafaels rolling hills are at the foot of the Andes Mountains in Chile and they are blessed with a perfect climate for vine grapes with long dry summers and cool nights. This Merlot has a
               deep ruby colour and an up front red fruit nose with a herb and mint back drop. The Palate is round and warming with cherry and raspberry characters. It is very easy drinking.

White Wine     SAN RAFAEL Sauvignon Blanc 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                      £4.35
               Very pale, light green tinges. Ultra fresh nose with aromas of grapefruit, passionfruit and cut grass. Palate is crisp and clean with fresh acidity, citrus flavours and a honeydew melon finish.




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                                                                                France - Alsace
                 Eguisheim
White Wine       BRUNO SORG Gewurztraminer 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £10.25
                 Fresh lemony, floral edge to the nose, with an underlying muskiness. Full flavoured, rich palate is still in balance: the spicy-edged acidity helps. Finishes dry. Lovely example of this grape. Very
                 good+

White Wine       BRUNO SORG Gewurztraminer 'Eichberg' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £16.95
                 Powerful, rich wine with plenty of weight and character. Has lots of fruit, but also elegance and wonderful complexity. Dry on the finish with great length. Sorg is a specialist in rich
                 Gewürztraminer and Pinot Gris.

White Wine       BRUNO SORG Gewurztraminer 'Pferisberg' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £14.95
                 Pretty grapey, musky nose is quite rich, and leads to a fat palate with a lemony edge. High acidity provides balance: despite the considerable residual sugar, this still finishes dry. Lovely. Very
                 good/excellent

White Wine       BRUNO SORG Muscat 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                            £10.25
                 This Muscat is rich, bright displaying a nose with a smoky floral perfume. Lovely peachy minerality and cruchy acidity with plenty of texture.

White Wine       BRUNO SORG Pinot Gris 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £10.45
                 Rich, full wine with typical Pinot Gris fatness, honey and spice, but balanced by fresh acidity that gives real poise.

White Wine       BRUNO SORG Pinot Gris Vieille Vignes 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £12.35
                 Bruno Sorgs domaine is situated in the heart of beautiful Eghuishem and he sells 85% of the production at cellar door. They make superb Gewurztraminer and Tokay and perhaps the finest
                 Muscat in Alsace. Francois his son now runs the domaine and is particularly pleased with the 2004 which balances ripe weighty fruit backed with the racy acidity of the vintage, wonderful.



                 Hunawihr
Dessert Wine     BRUNO SORG Gewurztraminer 'Vendange Tardive' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £24.95
                 François Sorg makes wonderfully rich and intense wines and this late harvested wine is a fine example. It has honeyed dried fruit character and is succulent and juicy with great length.

White Wine       CAVE DE HUNAWIHR Gewurztraminer Grand Cru 'Schoenenbourg' 04 Bottle - NEW (G)                                                                                                                £14.45
White Wine       CAVE DE HUNAWIHR Gewurztraminer Reserve 2005/06 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                        £8.45
                 This Gewurztraminer is restrained yet spicy on the nose, with hints of lychees on the palate which is rich yet well balanced. Slightly off dry, it has fresh, cleansing acidity on the finish.
                 This is a blend of Gewurztraminer wines from different parts of thevineyards, assembled in July 2006.

White Wine       CAVE DE HUNAWIHR Pinot Blanc 'Klevner' Reserve 2006 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                    £6.75
                 Light and bright in colour, with a clean, peachy nose giving way to a rich but well-balanced palate, with apricot and peach fruit characters tempered by mineral notes. Good length with
                 peachy perfumes on the finish. Grapes for this wine are grown in vineyards running along the south and south-east facing Hunawihr hillside slopes at an altitude of 250- 320 m above sea
                 level. The average age of the vines is 25 years old.

White Wine       CAVE DE HUNAWIHR Pinot Gris Reserve 2005/06 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                            £8.45
                 Light, bright yellow in colour, this wine is full and spicy on the nose, with perfumes of apricots and smoke. On the palate it is relatively full bodied with good balance of nutty, oily fruit and
                 clean acidity despite the level of residual sugar. The clean dry finish prevents the wine from cloying.

White Wine       CAVE DE HUNAWIHR Riesling Grand Cru 'Rosacker' 2002 Bottle - NEW FOR 08 (G)                                                                                                                  £10.95
                 Light gold in colour showing good development on the nose, with a touch of honey and the characteristic petrol character of a maturing Riesling. On the palate it is dry and zingy with a
                 clean fresh finish. This is a single vineyard Riesling from the 5.6 Rosacker vineyard which lies to the north of Hunewihr, a small village situated between Ribeauvillé and Riquewihr. The
                 vineyard is at an altitude of 260-330m above sea level and faces east-south-east.
                 Silver Medal at the 2007 Best World Riesling Awards

White Wine       CAVE DE HUNAWIHR Riesling Reserve 2005/06 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                              £7.65
                 Light yellow in colour, with lemony lights, this is a clean, perfumes Riesling, with hints of lime on the nose which give way to a crisp mineral palate, with juicy lemon lime flavours. The finish
                 is long and fresh with a hint of minerality. This Riesling is a blend of wines produced from various parts of the vineyards, blended in July 2006.

Sparkling Wine   MITTNACHT Cremant d'Alsace 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £9.95
                 A fruity aroma of peach and pear gives way to a festive mousse of fine bubbles and a palate of structure and finesse. Bottle fermented this is a blend of 50% Pinot Auxerrois, 10% Pinot Blanc,
                 10% Riesling 10% Pinot Gris, 10% Chardonnay and 10 % Pinot Noir.

Dessert Wine     MITTNACHT Gewurztraminer 'Vendange Tardive' 01/03 Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                             £23.95
                 Vendange Tardive harvests must be made the object of a declaration prealable to the local Institut d'Appellations d'Origine des Vins. There they are both analysed and tasted. This wine is a
                 beautiful, pale, green colour, elegantly refined with a silky aroma. On the palate there is a gentle spiciness under the sweetness. It lies on the sweeter side of medium in style, with pure
                 lychee in the mouth, and balancing acidity against the sugar giving exceptional length and flavour. . Sourced from the Grand Cru vineyards of Osterberg in Ribeauville, Lieu-dit-Trottacker in
                 Hunawihr and Muehlforst.

White Wine       MITTNACHT Gewurztraminer 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £10.95
                 What an elegant, floral nose that flows seamlessly onto the fruity, lychee enhanced palate that screams 'purity'. Gentle spicy hints on the finish - an excellent aperitif.
                 Christophe and his cousin Marc are 100% biodynamic. They took over from their father and uncle in time for the 1995 vintage and they have progressed each year. We have always felt that
                 they are stars of the future, and every year we are more and more impressed. They now own 20.5 hectares of very well sited vineyards around Hunawihr and Ribeauvillé to the north of
                 Colmar, making fresh light organic whites.

White Wine       MITTNACHT Pinot Blanc 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £7.95
                 This is Christophe Mittnacht’s most consistent wine, with dry stony spice, it is very pure, generous and long.

White Wine       MITTNACHT Riesling 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                            £9.45
                 From vines around thirty years old grown in the hills behind Hunawihr this is lively in the mouth with lovely fresh acidity and good fruity flavours. Christophe and his cousin Marc are 100%
                 biodynamic. They took over from their father and uncle in time for the 1995 vintage and they have progressed each year. We have always felt that they are stars of the future, and every
                 year we are more and more impressed. They now own 20.5 hectares of very well sited vineyards around Hunawihr and Ribeauvillé to the north of Colmar, making fresh light organic whites.

White Wine       MITTNACHT Riesling 'Rosacker' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £16.95
                 From a rich and ultra ripe vintage this displays much intensity and freshness on the nose leading on to a palate exhibiting honeyed fruit, good structure and marvellous length.



                 Ribeauville
White Wine       CAVES DE RIBEAUVILLE Riesling 'Grand Cru' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £14.95
                 Located on slopes covered with stones, the Kirchberg grand cru soil of clay, gypsum and sand stone produces rieslings and pinot gris of great purity and wonderful acidity.
                 On the nose, strong minerality and intense aromas of mandarin, mint and ripe grapes. It is very dry in the mouth, typical of a mineral riesling with a long lingering citrus finish. To be served
                 with shellfish, fish terrine, fish dishes such as marinated salmon, fish soup and seafood dishes. Great with sauerkraut, poultry in a sauce or roasted.




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                                                                      France - Beaujolais
               Beaujolais-Villages
Red Wine       ANDRE COLONGE Beaujolais-Villages 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £7.45
               'With such intensity of wild strawberries, it would be impossible to confuse this fresh, perfumed wine with much of the second-rate Beaujolais that is sadly still widely available. The
               quality-focused producers however, of whom Colonge is certainly one, are gradually shifting the 1980s enthusiasm for Beaujolais Nouveau towards the higher-quality village wines.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £4.25

Red Wine       DOMAINE DU CLOS DU FIEF Beaujolais- Villages Michel Tete 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £7.45
               A treat with the new season¹s lamb. Don¹t miss out on this sweet, plum and raspberry-laden delight.


               Brouilly
Red Wine       CHATEAU DES PIERREUX Brouilly 'Reserve' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £12.35
               This 'Reserve du Chateau', a selection from the estate's oldest vines and best vineyard (the La Roche vineyard), is aged in used barrels (from Domaine de la Vougeraie) for about eight
               months prior to bottling. It is an altogether more serious wine, illustrating the heights that the Gamay grape can scale, given proper care and attention.

Red Wine       CHATEAU DES TOURS Brouilly 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £9.95
               Think of Beaujolais ... then think again, and consider the cru Beaujolais, the product of 10 villages whose wines are considered so exceptional that they carry the village name. The cru villages
               are Brouilly, Chénas, Chiroubles, Côte de Brouilly, Fleurie, Juliénas, Morgon, Moulin-a-Vent, Saint-Amour, and the most recent designee, Régnié.
               Château des Tours has 50 hectares of vines all planted facing south within the appellation of Brouilly. There is a high proportion of old vines and the wine is vinified in the traditional
               Beaujolais manner Château des Tours has been making wine from the same vineyards since 1153 AD. The Brouilly of Château des Tours has a delightful intense purple-mauve colour with a
               bouquet of violets and raspberries. On the palate it is lively, rich, balanced, and tender with an immediate appeal.

Red Wine       JOSEPH PELLERIN Brouilly 'Pissevieille' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £8.65
               A ruby wine with a soft and fruity bouquet. Brouilly is one of Beaujolais' best Cru's. Drink now or keep for 2-4 years.



               Fleurie
Red Wine       ANDRE COLONGE Fleurie 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £9.95
               A delicious, ample, lush wine which always gives great pleasure.

Red Wine       CAVE DE FLEURIE Fleurie 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £8.95
               Wine Maker Richard Lamarre makes this from 100% Gamay grapes. The wine has a striking and vivid red colour, with several punnets worth of red berry fruit on the nose and palate. Soft
               and fresh with light, ripe tannins and crisp acidity it is a benchmark Bojo.
               Press Quote "Every summer selection needs an easy-glugging red that works well chilled or at room temperature, with or without food, and this is my suggestion. This is the first year that
               the Fleurie co-op, at Bibendum’s request, have screwcapped this wine, and it has never tasted better. Bravo to one and all for this rich, plummy, floral beaujolais with lots of lively, appley
               fruit on the finish." Jane MacQuitty,The Times
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £4.95

Red Wine       JOSEPH PELLERIN Fleurie 2004/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £8.95
               An excellent red with red berried fruit dominated by raspberries and blackberries. Lovely burnt fruit flavours follow through to the palate together with hints of strawberry ice-cream.
               Drink now.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £5.25

Red Wine       MICHEL CHIGNARD Fleurie 'Les Moriers' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £10.95
               From the top producer in Fleurie , Michel seems to be able to make the most fantastic wine year after year. Dominated by red berry fruit aromas that follow through to the palate where
               they are mixed with strawberries and soft burnt fruit flavours. This wine has immediate appeal and would accompany a wide variety of dishes.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £5.65



               Julienas
Red Wine       DOMAINE DU CLOS DU FIEF Julienas Michel Tete 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £8.65
               This wine is bold and forward, and very pleasurable even when young and has a fleshy and generous palate, an intense colour, lively berry aromas, and subtle notes of black pepper.



               Saint-Amour
Red Wine       DOMAINE DU CLOS DU FIEF Saint-Amour Michel Tete 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £9.75
               Violet coloured with a fairly expressive, intense nose with notes of crushed raspberries, plum, flowers and pepper (similar to Chateauneuf-du-Pape).
               CONCOURS GENERALE AGRICOLE de PARIS 2004 - GOLD MEDAL




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               A.O.C. Generic
White Wine     CHATEAU HAUT RIAN Blanc (White) Sec Bordeaux 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £6.45
               A real jewel in our Bordeaux portfolio. Michel Dietrich is Alsation by birth and a graduate of both Beaune and Bordeaux. He worked for 6 years in Australia prior to settling in the
               Premières Côtes de Bordeaux. He has brought all of his winemaking heritage, expertise and passion together to produce this excellent wine.
               This flagship wine is stunning. Made from 70% Semillon and 30% Sauvignon Blanc it is packed with wonderful rich flavours and lush fruit.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £3.75

Rose Wine      CHATEAU HAUT RIAN Rose Bordeaux 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £6.45
               This Rose is always a real success, vibrant and juicy. It is made from a blend of 50% Merlot and 50% Cabernet Franc grapes. Michel Dietrich worked in Australia for 6 years prior to settling
               in Rions and he has brought all of his winemaking heritage and world wide expertise combined with his immense passion for wine to produce this superb range of wines.

Red Wine       CHATEAU HAUT RIAN Rouge (Red) Bordeaux 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £7.45
               Michel Dietrich is Alsatian by birth and a graduate of both Beaune and Bordeaux. He worked for six years in Australia prior to settling in Rions in the Premieres Cotes. He has brought all of
               his winemaking heritage expertise and passion together to produce a superb range of wines. His red wine is 55% Merlot, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10 % Cabernet Franc. After a long
               cuvaison, it is aged for 6 months in Nevers oak barriques, 25 % of which are new each year.



               Bordeaux Superieur
Red Wine       CHATEAU MONTLAU Bordeaux Superieur 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £9.95
               This is a wonderful wine produced by an old family friend, Armand Schuster. The vineyard is planted with old vines of Merlot and Cabernet Franc. The wine distinguishes itself by its firm
               body and superb finess.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £19.95



               Cote de Franc
Red Wine       CHATEAU DE FRANC 'Les Cerisiers' Cote de Francs 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                     £11.95
               This is a joint venture of Hubert de Bouard and a member of the Hebrard family. The 2001 shows good density and ripe black currant and pomegranate notes intermixed with some spice
               box and tobacco. The wine is sweet, round, and generous. Drink it over the next 5 years.

Red Wine       CHATEAU DE FRANC 'Les Cerisiers' Cote de Francs 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                     £11.95
               Slightly burnt fruit on the nose. Initially quite light on the palate with good fruit coming in at the end.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £5.95 & Magnum £23.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU PUYGUERAUD Cote de Franc 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008                                                                                                                         £10.95
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £22.95



               Cotes de Blaye
Red Wine       CHATEAU LES MOINES 'Cuvee Cantemerle' Cote de Blaye 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                     £7.95
               The "Cuvée Cantemerle" comes from a small parcel of Merlot vines which are all older than 40 years. This Cuvée is situated on a magnificent plateau with a perfect Southern exposure.
               Meticulous work in the vineyard produced grapes that were picked at perfect maturity. After fermentation the wine was aged in new French oak barrels for 10 months giving it wonderful
               complexity and aromatic flavours.
               NEIL'S NOTES: " What fantastic value for money, a superb 'food' wine, typically Bordeaux. A wine to complement most dishes but particularly those with a creamy or quite full-flavoured
               sauces".


               Cotes de Castillon
Red Wine       CHATEAU AMPELIA Cotes de Castillon 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £9.95
               Made by Francois Despagne of Grand Corbin Despagne fame, this 95% Merlot blend is dark and cassis-laden, but with the sort of leather and cedar notes typical of the 2004 vintage that
               bode well for a few years in the cellar. Enjoy with a French blue cheese such as Bleu d'Auvergne or steak frites.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £19.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU BRISSON Cotes de Castillon 2002 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                                  £17.95
               This fairly priced wine tends to be consistent. The 2002 is light, medium-bodied, with nice, sweet black fruits intermixed with mineral, earth, and spice box. The wine is well-balanced and
               best drunk during its next 5-6 years of life.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Double Magnum (300cl) £35.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU BRISSON Cotes de Castillon 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £9.25
               A sleeper of the vintage, this delicious, uncomplicated, corpulent wine is dominated by merlot. It offers plenty of mocha, black cherry, and herb-like characteristics as well as a big, plush
               entry, a silky texture, and an elegant, fleshy finish. Sip it over the next four to five years. Robert Parker awarded 89 points.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £4.95, Magnum £19.95, Double Magnum (300cl) £39.95, Jereboam (500cl) £64.95 & Imperiale (600cl) £79.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU BRISSON Cotes de Castillon 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £9.95
Red Wine       CHATEAU BRISSON Cotes de Castillon 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                       £7.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 88-89 points - 'A sleeper of the vintage, this sweet, plump Cotes de Castillon possesses abundant quantities of black cherry and currant
               fruit along with licorice, herb, and spice box characteristics. Enjoy it over the next 7-8 years.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £15.95


               Entre-deux-Mers
White Wine     CHATEAU JEANGUILLON Blanc (White) Entre-deux-Mers 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                    £6.95
               An exceptionally delicious white wine made particularly aromatic thanks to an important percentage of Sauvignon Blanc and Muscadelle grapes. The Semillon grape gives this wine its
               wonderful backbone and structure. The wine is fresh and fruity with lovely balanced acidity and it demonstrates the renewal of quality white wine production in the Entre-Deux-Mers. It is
               the perfect accompaniment to seafood dishes and grilled fish.


               Fronsac/Canon Fronsa
Red Wine       CHATEAU CANON DE BREM Canon-Fronsac 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £12.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Smooth, modern-classic in style. Elegant fruit aroma. Medium bodied. Ripe, velvety texture. Tannins well rounded and honed. On the brink of four stars.
               Drink 2008-2012.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £26.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU CANON DE BREM Canon-Fronsac 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                  £12.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 85-87 points - 'A steely, mineral-laden effort with high tannin, a muscular backbone, good purity and ripeness, but some toughness to be
               resolved, this wine may turn out to be too austere.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Dark and intense. Long and svelte with fine, ripe tannins and good persistence. Modern purity of fruit but the (calcaire) terroir shows. Drink 2010-2020. (17
               points)'
               SAME OPENING PRICE AS 2004

Red Wine       CHATEAU HAUT CARLES Fronsac 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £18.45
               Very well made. Pretty aromas of berries, flowers and currants. Medium-bodied, with a fine tannin backbone and a medium finish.
               ROBERT PARKER 89 Points 'The impressive 2000 reveals a saturated ruby/purple color and a gorgeous nose of raspberries, black currants, and minerals. It is sweet, ripe, and multi-layered,
               with excellent, possibly outstanding, concentration. Anticipated maturity: 2005-2015.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU LA DAUPHINE Canon-Fronsac 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £15.95

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               Fronsac/Canon Fronsa
Red Wine       CHATEAU LA DAUPHINE Canon-Fronsac 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                            £12.95
               NEIL PINEL 8/10 - 'Ripe, brambly black fruits. Excellent well-balanced soft, toasty oak and excellent length. Drink 2008-2020
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 87-89 points - 'This dense ruby/purple-tinged Fronsac (5,000 cases produced) reveals sweet fruit, medium body, loads of character, 14%
               natural alcohol, and more concentration than one might suspect. Drink it during its first decade of life.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Smooth, fragrant and accessible. Ripe, fine and accented towards the fruit. Drink 2008-2015. (16 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £25.95



               Graves/Pessac Leogna
Red Wine       CHATEAU CARBONNIEUX Rouge Cru Classe Pessac-Leognan 2005 Bottle - NEW 08 (G)                                                                                                                £23.95
               ROBERT PARKER 91-93 points - 'The finest Carbonnieux I have ever tasted, the deep ruby/purple-tinged 2005 offers gorgeously sweet aromas of black cherries, cassis, spice box, smoke,
               and new oak. Medium-bodied, beautifully rich, savory, and spicy, with moderate tannin, it will be drinkable between 2009-2025. It reminds me of a synthesis in style between a grand cru
               Burgundy and a classic Graves. It is a brilliant wine!'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Solid, reserved but with evident fruit. Firm, grippy tannins and good acidity. A little austere but good balance. Needs time to open out. Drink 2013-2020.
               (16.5 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £42.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU DE FIEUZAL Rouge (Red) Pessac-Leognan 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                               £19.95
               ROBERT PARKER 88 points 'Scents of sweet currants, figs, crushed rocks, and herbs appear in De Fieuzal’s light to moderately intense aromatics. The wine possesses decent acidity, medium
               body, moderate tannin, and an attractive texture. While it will not make old bones, for drinking over the next 10-15 years, it is a pleasant effort.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU HAUT BAILLY Pessac-Leognan 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £29.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'One can not say enough about the investments and commitment to quality instituted by Haut-Bailly’s new American owner, Robert Wilmers, the head of the
               huge M&T bank conglomerate. The chateau’s entire staff, headed by the talented Veronique Sanders (the granddaughter of one of the great gentlemen of Bordeaux, Daniel Sanders), reflects
               both enthusiasm and dedication. Powerful, fruit-driven, and big, the 2003 exhibits a deep ruby/purple color along with a sweet perfume of lead pencil shavings intermixed with red and black
               currants, cherries, and forest floor. Boasting beautiful purity, medium to full body, and admirable glycerin as well as textural weight, it is an elegant, classic Bordeaux to drink between
               2008-2020+.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU HAUT BAILLY Pessac-Leognan 1997 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £31.95
               This wine has a sustained, attractive cherry-red colour and aromas marked as much by wood as by fruit. Bags of succulent, sweet black cherry/berry fruit on the attack with ripe, juicy
               tannins and pleasant spicy tobacco hints. Very long and full on the finish and a remarkable wine from this vintage it can be drunk now and over the next 6-7 years.
               ...this is a wine which performs where it matters the most: on the palate. Wines produced within the last four or five years, including the derided 1997 vintage have been consistently
               impressive. Nonetheless, it has remained remarkedly good value, making Haut-Bailly one of the most under-rated Pessac-Léognan properties.

Red Wine       CHATEAU HAUT BAILLY Pessac-Leognan 1999 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £29.95
               ROBERT PARKER 88 points 'This wine is light to medium-bodied, with sweet currant and smoke-infused flavors and some oak in the background, but plenty of red fruits, vanilla, and dried
               herbs. This is a soft, well-balanced wine to drink now and over the next 12-15 years.'
               VINUM (JUNE 2000) 16.5 points - 'Notes of cherry, fresh fruit with superb, ripe tannins. No excess alcohol, just pure pleasure!
               LA TRIBUNE (JUNE 2000) 'Deep colour with an intense, archetypal fruitiness, typical of this growth, ripe cherries and spices, very full-bodied with ripe tannins'

Red Wine       CHATEAU HAUT BAILLY Pessac-Leognan 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £49.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'Patience will be rewarded with this style of Bordeaux that typifies restraint and subtlety. The deep ruby-colored 2000 is an impressive youthful Haut-Bailly. It
               offers endearing notes of black cherries, raspberries, and currants mixed with tobacco smoke, soil overtones, and subtle wood. The acidity is low, the tannin is present, and the overall
               quality is pure and well-balanced. This is a classic example of finesse and elegance. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2025.'
               LA REVUE DU VINS DE FRANCE (OCTOBER 2001) '.....A great success!'
               LE TASTEVIN (AUTUMN 2001) 'Great wine! Almost black! Rich and complex.....thouroughbred...'

Red Wine       CHATEAU HAUT BAILLY Pessac-Leognan 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £27.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'An elegant, dark ruby/purple-tinged effort displaying notes of tobacco smoke intermixed with sweet currant, cherry, and some toast, this medium-bodied wine
               has the hallmark purity married graciously with nicely concentrated fruit. The tannins are sweet but present and give definition to this well-made Pessac-Leognan. Anticipated maturity:
               2008-2016.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU HAUT BAILLY Pessac-Leognan 2004 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                                          £79.95
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points 'The 2004 Haut-Bailly is a candidate for the finest wine of the appellation. Its dark ruby/purple color is accompanied by classic aromas of scorched earth, sweet
               black currants, cherries, and a hint of pain grille. Light on its feet, but substantially flavored, it possesses stunning purity, good acidity, ripe tannin, and abundant flavor as well as length. It
               builds incrementally and subtly in the mouth, but it’s the real deal. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2024.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU HAUT BAILLY Pessac-Leognan Cru Classe 2005 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                                    £59.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE 93-95 points 'This is the finest Haut-Bailly I have ever tasted, although I suppose the 1900 or 1928 may have possessed similar qualities at the same age.
               Quintessentially elegant and rich, with surreal lightness and delicacy, it displays an inky/ruby color and beautiful aromas of sweet raspberries, black currants, flowers, graphite, and minerals.
               Medium-bodied and stunningly concentrated with moderately high but sweet tannin, this modern day legend represents a new reference point for this estate (now American-owned).
               Anticipated maturity: 2012-2030.'
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 92-94 points 'Gorgeous blackberry and chocloate aromas with hints of spice. Focused and refined nose. Full-bodied, with ultrafine tannins and a long, long finish.
               Lovely fruit. This is up there with the 2000. James Suckling
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** 'Lovely precision of fruit. Vibrant dark fruit notes. Reserved but intense. Clean and fresh with firm, fine tannins. Suave medium-bodied texture. Drink
               2013-2030. (18 points)' James lawther
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17.5 points 'Sappy, savoury, essence of Graves (Pessac-Léognan). Lively mouthful of fresh, not overripe, fruit that spreads seductively across the palate - not especially
               complex but with good sandy tannins underneath. Very supple and more-ish. Drink me, says this wine. Drink 2013-27'

Red Wine       CHATEAU HAUT-BRION Rouge 1ere Cru Classe Pessac-Leognaa 1995 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £249.50
White Wine     CHATEAU LATOUR-MARTILLAC Blanc Cru Classe Pessac-Leognan 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                    £19.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 90-92 points - 'Another excellent vintage for Bordeaux's dry whites, which tend to be vastly underrated and exceptionally long-lived
               (30-40 years in some cases). The 2005s possess crisp acidity as well as serious weight, richness, and texture. Space constraints did not allow full tasting notes, but this is one of the top 2005
               dry white Bordeaux wines.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Full, complex, builds on the palate. Citrus spectrum. Clean and fresh. Drink 2008-2016. (17 points)'

Red Wine       CHATEAU MALARTIC LAGRAVIERE Rouge Pessac-Leognan 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £25.45
               ROBERT PARKER 90 Points 'This once moribund estate has made terrific progress under the inspired leadership of owner Alfred-Alexandre Bonnie. Earthy tobacco, dried herbs, black
               currants, and spicy oak jump from the glass of this fragrant, medium-bodied 2001. The exciting aromatics are followed by notes of burning embers, pure black currant fruit, and a stylish,
               medium-bodied, concentrated palate impression. Tannin is present, but it is well-concealed by the wine’s excellent depth. Give it 1-2 years of cellaring, and drink it over the next 12-14.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU OLIVIER Rouge Cru Classe Pessac-Leognan 2005 Bottle - NEW 08 (G)                                                                                                                    £18.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 86-88 points - 'A solidly made, very competent effort, Olivier’s spicy, monolithic, medium-bodied, dark ruby/purple-colored 2005
               reveals black cherry, cassis, and spice characteristics along with a hint of herbaceousness. It should drink well for 10-15 years.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Deep colour. Lovely morello cherry aroma. Rich, dark fruit extract, sweet ripeness but balancing freshness and tight, fine tannins. Very pure and long. Drink
               2013-2025. (18 points)'

Red Wine       CHATEAU PAPE CLEMENT Rouge (Red) Pessac-Leognan 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £47.95
               ROBERT PARKER 91 points 'This brilliant blend of 54% Cabernet Sauvignon and 46% Merlot (which was harvested very late) reveals complex aromas of lead pencil shavings, burning embers,
               black currants, cherries, and blackberries as well as a subtle smoky charcoal component. Medium to full-bodied and spicy with sweet tannin and an opulent, fleshy personality, it is a terrific
               effort from this great Pessac-Leognan vineyard. Consume it now and over the next 15+ years.'




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               Graves/Pessac Leogna
White Wine     CHATEAU SMITH HAUT LAFITTE Blanc Cru Classe Pessac-Leognan 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                              £49.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE 92-94 points - 'A terrific example from this impeccably run estate, this 2005 dry white Bordeaux exhibits plenty of citrus oil, honeysuckle, and grapefruit in a
               medium-bodied, concentrated, crisp yet authoritative style. It should turn out to be a superb example of a white Graves that should age well for two decades. This may be the finest dry
               white the Cathiards have produced at this estate.' Robert Parker
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 95-100 points - 'Bright and fruity with apple, lemon and tropical fruit character. Full-bodied, with a solid core of fruit and the texture of a red wine. Goes on and
               on. Blockbuster. Fabulous. Brilliant and fresh. Long.' James Suckling
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Rich, fat, exotic wine. Ripe and sweet. A little disjointed with the oak not fully integrated but loads of unctuous fruit. Supple but intense. Drink 2008-2016.
               (17.5 points)'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17 points - 'Tingle, excitement, very easy to like. Full and only just enough acidity though. Something smoky about this. Quite powerful and persistent. Competent but a
               bit hot. Drink 2009-12' James Lawther

Red Wine       CHATEAU SMITH HAUT LAFITTE Blanc Cru Classe Pessac-Leognan 2005 Magnum (G)                                                                                                              £89.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE 93-95 points - 'I know it sounds like a broken record, but this may be the best Smith-Haut-Lafitte ever made. A prodigious effort, the 2005 boasts an
               inky/blue/purple color, sweet aromas of graphite, white chocolate, espresso, and blue, red, and black fruits, extraordinary density, moderately high tannin, medium body, fabulous layers, and
               an enticing texture. However, it comes across as delicate and fresh because of its acidity. This ageworthy Graves should last for 25-30+ years.' Robert Parker
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 92-94 points - 'A wine with a blackberry and smoky wood. Full bodied, with velvety tannins and a long finish. Delicious already. Could be the best ever. Balanced
               and long. Gorgeous. Almost classic quality.' James Suckling
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Rich and modern with unctuous dark fruit and integrated mocha notes. Palate full and generous with firm, ripe tannins that build and lift. Warm, round
               texture and finish. Drink 2013-2025. (18 points)' James Lawther
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17.5/20 - 'Very lively nose with lots of richness underneath. Fine sandy tannins. Very zesty with some quite obvious sweetness. Lots of punch. Drink 2016-26'

Red Wine       CHATEAU SMITH HAUT LAFITTE Rouge (Red) Pessac-Leognan 2004 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                   £59.95
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points - 'A sensational effort and one of the stars of the vintage, Smith-Haut-Lafitte’s 2004 possesses an inky/blue/purple-tinged color as well as a sumptuous nose of
               lead pencil shavings, spring flowers, blueberries, and blackberries. Surprisingly full-bodied for the vintage with stunning concentration, purity, and overall harmony, this is another brilliant
               wine from the proprietors, the Cathiards, who have done such a spectacular job at this estate since the early 1990s. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2022.'

Red Wine       CLOS FLORIDENE Rouge Graves 2005 Bottle - NEW (G)                                                                                                                                       £10.95
               This estate is run by Denis Dubourdieu, the king of white wine making in Bordeaux. He was at the forefront of the revolution in fresher, more complex and fruitier styles and he continues
               to impress today. This is a real jewel! With only 12 hectares of white grapes this estate uses the same vinification and barrel aging methods used for top white Burgundies. This wine is the
               quality equal of the top white Pessac Léognan Crus Classés. The insiders tip for top notch white Bordeauw at a price that will not break the bank.

White Wine     DOMAINE DE CHEVALIER Blanc (White) Pessac-Leognan 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                       £42.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE ***** 'Superb line, length and flavour. The nose piercing, precise and pure. Citrus spectrum of aroma. Palate as persistent with an intense richness of fruit. Lovely
               length and balance. Drink 2008-2030.'
               ROBERT PARKER 95 points           JANCIS ROBINSON 16.5 points

White Wine     DOMAINE DE CHEVALIER Blanc Cru Classe Pessac-Leognan 2005 Bottle - NEW 08 (G)                                                                                                           £49.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 91-93 points - 'Another excellent vintage for Bordeaux's dry whites, which tend to be vastly underrated and exceptionally long-lived
               (30-40 years in some cases). The 2005s possess crisp acidity as well as serious weight, richness, and texture. Space constraints did not allow full tasting notes, but this is one of the top 2005
               dry white Bordeaux wines.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Lovely piercing citrus expression. Palate round, intense and soft textured with a burst of acidity that builds through to the finish. Drink 2008-2030. (18
               points)'

Red Wine       DOMAINE DE CHEVALIER Rouge (Red) Pessac-Leognan 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £24.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'Thankfully, this estate appears to have scaled down their use of new oak as the wood component is much more subtle than in previous vintages. The classic
               southern Graves version of elegance, the 2004 Domaine de Chevalier exhibits aromas of lead pencil shavings, sweet cherry and strawberry fruit, cedar, spice, and subtle smoke.
               Medium-bodied with outstanding purity, richness, and texture, this soft, round beauty is ideal for drinking over the next 15+ years.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE ****             JANCIS ROBINSON 17+ points

Red Wine       DOMAINE DE CHEVALIER Rouge Cru Bourgeois Pessac-Leognan 2005 Bottle - NEW 08 (G)                                                                                                        £34.95
               ROBERT PARKER 91-94 points - 'This beauty offers a strong argument that this may be the finest Domaine de Chevalier since the 1970. A blend of 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot,
               and 5% Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc, it boasts an inky/ruby/purple color as well as a sumptuous perfume of lead pencil shavings, charcoal, black currants, cherries, smoked herbs, and
               spice. With soft tannin, medium to full body, beautiful opulence, impressive purity, and abundant tannin, it may close down after bottling. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2025.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Real poise and elegance. Fine nose with a beautiful pitch of fruit. Depth and intensity. Palate rich, smooth, even a touch of opulence with fine, silky tannins
               and great length. Drink 2014-2030 (18.5 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £69.95

Red Wine       LE BAHANS DE HAUT-BRION 2nd Wine of Chateau Haut-Brion 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                  £27.95
               ROBERT PARKER 88 points 'The estate’s second wine, the 2004 Bahans-Haut-Brion, possesses a similar character, but is lighter and softer than the Haut Brion, with notes of red and black
               currants, plum, and earth. Consume it over the next decade.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE ****              JANCIS ROBINSON 17 points       WINE SPECTATOR James Suckling 89-91 points



               Haut-Medoc
Red Wine       CHATEAU BEAUMONT Cru Bourgeois Superieur 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                    £9.95
               ROBERT PARKER 87-88 points - 'Space limitations did not allow complete tasting notes for this Cru Bourgeois, but 2005 is the finest vintage for these wines since 1982. The range of scores
               for these wines should give readers an idea of just how consistent this vintage is at this level. Given the style of the vintage, most of these wines should be accessible young yet evolve for a
               decade or more because of their concentration and tannic structure.'
               NEIL PINEL (7½ points/10) - 'Lovely warm, ripe, concentrated blackcurrant fruit on the nose and palate. Rich and fragrant with soft, vanillin oak. Very well-balanced.
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Good concentration and good small berry cassis fruit, shows fragrance, elegance and charm and nice depth. Drink 2008-15. (16 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £5.25, Magnum £19.95, Double Magnum (300cl) £39.95 & Jereboam (500cl) £69.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU BEAUMONT Cru Bourgeois Superieur Cussac-Medoc 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £11.95
               The wines of Chateau Beaumont are characterised by their supple, feminine structure, which is often silky. This vintage is a beauty. Lovely aromas of berries, currants and cherries follow
               through to full-bodied palate, with juicy tannins and a long finish.

Red Wine       CHATEAU BEAUMONT Cru Bourgeois Superieur Cussac-Medoc 2002 Imperiale (G)                                                                                                                £74.95
               A deep colour, almost opaque. An elegant nose, racy withe a great concentration. A suave impression with a sweety mouth. A beautiful wine.

Red Wine       CHATEAU BEAUMONT Cru Bourgeois Superieur Cussac-Medoc 2002 Jereboam (G)                                                                                                                 £64.95
Red Wine       CHATEAU BEAUMONT Cru Bourgeois Superieur Cussac-Medoc 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £10.45
               A firm favourite for many years at Dunells I had high expectations. A green, almost, piney nose then clean and creamy on the palate with underlying green notes. Good blackcurrant fruit
               and very smooth on the well-balanced, medium to long finish.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £5.45, Magnum £20.95, Double Magnum (300cl) £41.95, Jereboam (500cl) £69.95 & Imperiale (600cl) £79.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU BEAUMONT Cru Bourgeois Superieur Cussac-Medoc 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £10.95
               This solidly made, soft, medium-bodied cru bourgeois reveals herb-infused black cherry and currant fruit as well as decent acidity. Drink it over the next 4-5 years.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £5.45 & Magnum £21.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU CAMBON LA PELOUSE Cru Bourgeois Superieur Haut-Medoc 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                            £14.95
               NEIL PINEL (7½ points/10) - 'A slightly more classic and elegant nose but with wondeful underlying black cassis hints. An excellent, clean palate with a medium-bodied, smooth palate
               backed up by hints of spice and pepper. Very well-balanced. Very Good!
               ROBERT PARKER 88-90 points - 'An exceptional, up-and-coming performer in the southern Medoc (just outside the Margaux appellation), this sensual blend of 50% Merlot, 35% Cabernet
               Sauvignon, and 15% Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot possesses a dark ruby/purple color, sweet fruit, and tremendous purity, definition, and nuances (a hallmark of the top 2005s). With
               medium to full body, velvety but noticeable tannin, and abundant glycerin (no doubt because of the 13+% natural alcohol), it should drink well for 7-8 years.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Quite open and soft, easy attractive style, seductive. Drink 2009-15. (15.5 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £29.95




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               Haut-Medoc
Red Wine       CHATEAU CANTEMERLE 5ieme Cru Classe Haut-Medoc 2005 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                               £19.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 89-91 points - 'Cantemerle is finally emerging from the qualitative doldrums and 2005 is their finest vintage since 1989. Fashioned from
               yields of 44 hectoliters per hectare, this 61% Cabernet Sauvignon, 31% Merlot, 8% Cabernet Franc blend exhibits a dense purple color as well as an elegant nose of blue fruits, spring flowers,
               and subtle mineral as well as spice notes. This pure, medium-bodied, finesse-styled, deep, layered, moderately tannic effort will be more approachable than its more muscular, structured
               peers. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2023.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Ripe, concentrated small berry fruit, good depth of flavour and quite lifted and leafy, very Médoc, elegant with good intensity. Drink 2009-18. (16.5 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £39.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU CANTEMERLE 5ieme Cru Classe Macau-Medoc 1989 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £62.95
               ROBERT PARKER 91 points ' believe the 1989 Cantemerle is this estate's finest wine since their monumental 1953. This ruby/purple wine has an explosive bouquet of crushed blackberry
               fruit and violets, an opulent, lush texture bolstered by good alcohol levels and soft tannins. Anticipated maturity: 1994-2010.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU CANTEMERLE 5ieme Cru Classe Macau-Medoc 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £15.95
               'An elegant, Burgundian-styled effort, the 2003 Cantemerle exhibits notions of sweet and sour cherries, white flowers, and forest floor. It is a medium-bodied, racy claret to drink young or
               keep for 10-12 years.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £31.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU CANTEMERLE 5ieme Cru Classe Macau-Medoc 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £15.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** 'Fine deep colour, good concentration of ripe black fruits plus a little florality, good balance and length, nice dry finish, an attractive, polished wine. Drink
               2008-15. (16 points).'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 16 points 'Attractive, quite savoury blend of integrated fruit and oak. Good life, fragrance and charm with dry - not sweet - fruit that is quite creamy textured and then
               very fine tannins. Just medium weight but very good balance.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU CISSAC Haut-Medoc 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £19.95
               Attractive aromas of crushed blackberries and violets. Full- to medium-bodied, with firm, slightly austere tannins and a medium finish. Score range: 85-88 Wine Spectator
               Perfumed rich ripe nose with a hint of honey and some blackberry fruit. Not well married on the palate at the moment. Only time well tell. Drink 2003." Decantor Magazine

Red Wine       CHATEAU CITRAN Cru Bourgeois Superieur Avensan-Medoc 2005 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                         £15.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 85-87 points - 'Space limitations did not allow complete tasting notes for this Cru Bourgeois, but 2005 is the finest vintage for these
               wines since 1982. The range of scores for these wines should give readers an idea of just how consistent this vintage is at this level. Given the style of the vintage, most of these wines should
               be accessible young yet evolve for a decade or more because of their concentration and tannic structure.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Black-red, very pronounced nose (typical of Citran), quite smoky and open, crunchy fruit, upfront and supple. Drink 2008-16. (16 points)'

Red Wine       CHATEAU COUFRAN Cru Bourgeois Superieur St.Seurin-Medoc 2005 Bottle - NEW 08 (G)                                                                                                        £12.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 88-90 points
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Concentrated ripe fruit, rich and chocolatey, lots of flavour, supple open style. Drink 2008-15. (15.5 points)'

Red Wine       CHATEAU D'AGASSAC Cru Bourgeois Haut-Medoc 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £15.45
               ROBERT PARKER 87 Points 'The 2001, a blend of 35% Merlot and 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, exhibits notes of creamy oak, spice box, a touch of herbaceousness, attractive red and black
               currant fruit, medium body, and a spicy finish. Consumers should keep an eye on this estate as the quality appears to be on the rise after an extended period of mediocrity. A slumbering
               property that is just beginning to awaken, d’Agassac has considerable potential given its location.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU D'AGASSAC Cru Bourgeois Haut-Medoc 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £12.95
               TASTING NOTES: A surprising substance, both dense and yummy. Delicate and persistent woody aromas and solid tanins which are not aggressive at all. A structured wine with a very
               unctuous fruit. A delight that particularly charmed us.
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 89-91 Points - 'Very pretty aromas of currants, licorice and lead pencil. Medium- to full-bodied, with a solid core of velvety tannins and a long finish. Extremely well
               done. Big surprise.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £26.95 & Jereboam (500cl) £79.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU D'AGASSAC Cru Bourgeois Haut-Medoc 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £13.95
               Agassac has its personality and its quality back thanks to Jean-Luc Zell savoir-faire. The 2003 vintage is very fruity with spicy flavours. The mouth is ample with black berry, cedar wood and
               liquorice flavours. Long lasting on the palate, it will need a bit of cellaring.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £6.95 & Magnum £27.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU D'AGASSAC Cru Bourgeois Haut-Medoc 2005 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                                   £12.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Fine extraction of small berry fruit, very good modern Médoc in the Margaux style. Drink 2009-16. (16.5 points)'

Red Wine       CHATEAU DE MALLERET Cru Bourgeois Haut-Medoc 2002/03 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £9.95
               Aromatic ripe blackcurrant fruit with honeyed perfumed fruit. Good rich complex style and minerality on the palate which lingers long.

Red Wine       CHATEAU DE MALLERET Cru Bourgeois Haut-Medoc 2005 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                                 £10.95
Red Wine       CHATEAU DE MALLERET Cru Bourgeois Haut-Medoc 2005 Magnum - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                                 £19.95
Red Wine       CHATEAU LA LAGUNE 3ieme Cru Classe Ludon-Medoc 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £23.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** 'Fine deep colour, well-extracted blackcurrant fruit and quite rich and smooth on the palate, very positive fruit flavours and good balance, an aromatic,
               sophisticated wine with good presence and length. Drink 2010-20. (17 points).'
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 'A very good red, with plum and berry character and good tannins. Medium-bodied. Could be the best La Lagune since 2000.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU LANESSAN Cussac-Medoc 1982 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £49.95
Red Wine       CHATEAU LANESSAN Cussac-Medoc 1996 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £17.95
               A sleeper of the vintage, Lanessan's 1996 boasts an impressively saturated dark ruby/purple color, and knock-out aromatics of melted chocolate, asphalt, and cassis. Deep, rich, and
               medium-bodied, with excellent concentration and purity, this impressively-endowed, flavorful, well-structured wine should be at its finest between 2004-2016.

Red Wine       CHATEAU LE BARRAIL Medoc 2004 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                    £7.65
               "This Médoc has a big, juicy, spicy and deep-chested character on the nose, with depths of bramble and berry fruit and a layering of earthy, cedary notes. On the palate it has smooth, even
               fruit in a medium-bodied format, with a spicy lick of cedary oak and quite powerful tannins.Deep, resonant fruitiness and solidity. A thoroughly fruity and delicious Bordeaux at a very
               reasonable price." - Tom Canavan, Wine Pages

Red Wine       CHATEAU MAUCAILLOU Cru Bourgeois Superieur Moulis-Medoc 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                 £14.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 87-88 points
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Black-red, good rich viscosity, slightly smoky, big concentration and new oak showing, ripe and plummy, more weight than elegance. DRink 2008-18. (15
               points)'

Red Wine       CHATEAU SENEJAC Cru Bourgeois Superieur Haut-Medoc 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                      £10.45
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** 'Fine deep colour, lovely expression of Cabernet/Merlot fruit. Its floral fragrance, finesse and breed stand out amongst some good, but less elegant wines.
               Drink 2009-18. (17 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £20.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU SENEJAC Cru Bourgeois Superieur Haut-Medoc 2005 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                           £16.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90-92 points 'Starting in 2005, the luxury cuvee, Karolus, will no longer be made as the proprietors believe they have raised the level of Senejac to that of a luxury wine.
               The 10,000-case 2005, made by well-known oenologist, Jacques Boissenot (a disciple of the late Emile Peynaud), is the finest I have yet tasted. Its saturated ruby/purple color is accompanied
               by rich aromas of licorice, forest floor, blackberries, and chocolate-infused black currants. This medium-bodied, moderately tannic, rich wine is clearly of classified-growth quality. It will
               benefit from 2-3 years of cellaring, and last for 12-14 years.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** 'Deep colour, lively fragrant style with pure vineyard fruit and definite elegance. Drink 2009-18. (17 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £33.95




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               Lalande-de-Pomerol
Red Wine       CHATEAU GRAND ORMEAU Lalande-de-Pomerol 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                    £15.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 90-93 points - 'A superb Lalande-de-Pomerol, this sumptuous, full-throttle, opulent cuvee boasts a dense blue/purple color as well as a
               gorgeous bouquet of smoke, creme de cassis, black cherry jam, licorice, and a hint of truffles. It will provide a ripe, heady, rich, sumptuous glass of wine during its first 6-10 years of life.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Reserved. Backward in style. Solid extract. Robust tannic structure. Drink 2010-2018. (16 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £7.95 & Magnum £32.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU JEAN DE GUE Lalande-de-Pomerol 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                     £17.95
               NEIL PINEL (7-7½ points) - 'Wonderful black wine gummy fruit on the nose flowing nicely onto the palate which is backed up with soft toasty, vanilla oak. Surprisingly Good !
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Modern in style. A little extracted but has the fruit and structure. Should improve. Drink 2010-2018. (16 points)'
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 89-91 points
               ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 88-91 points 'A Sleeper!'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £35.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU LA FLEUR DE BOUARD Lalande de Pomerol 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £18.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** 'A firm, incisive wine with plenty of power and extract. Deep colour, dark fruits on the nose with the oak a little obtrusive at this stage. Sweet attack, full,
               round and warm flowing to a firm square structure. Tannins grainy. Freshness on the finish. Drink 2008-2015.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU LA FLEUR DE BOUARD Lalande-de- Pomerol 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                             £24.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90-92 points - 'From the personal estate of one of Bordeaux’s most influential tastemakers, Hubert de Bouard, the 2005 La Fleur de Bouard is potentially one of the finest
               yet produced ... and that’s saying something given the consistent quality. A blend of 80% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc, and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon, its blue/black/purple color is accompanied
               by beautiful aromas of charcoal, melted licorice, espresso, blackberries, and blue fruits. Deep, opulent, and full-bodied, with sweet tannin as well as a powerful finish, it will require
               consumption during its first 7-8 years of life. The luxury cuvee (100% Merlot), which comes from a five acre parcel cropped at 20 hectoliters per hectare, is bottled unfined and unfiltered
               after 33 months in 100% new oak.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Big, rich, powerful wine. Modern black colour. Chewy dark fruit with a firm tannic structure. Little alcohol on the finish but has balance. Drink 2010-2018.
               (17 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £49.95



               Margaux
Red Wine       CHATEAU BRANE-CANTENAC 2ieme Cru Classe Margaux 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £27.95
               Perhaps the star of the Margaux tastings for me this wine has lovely perfumed aromas and subtle hints of chocolate and spicy fruit on the clean, smooth palate. Medium length and very
               well-balanced.
               ROBERT PARKER 87-88 points - 'While displaying vegetal elements in its aromas as well as a superficial palate, this medium-bodied Margaux does offer elegant, earthy, red and blue fruit
               notes intermixed with earthy/foresty floor characteristics. Cleanly made, attractive, and charming, it is a lightweight 2003 that will drink well for 7-9 years.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE: ****              JAMES SUCKLING (The Wine Spectator): 89-91               JANCIS ROBINSON: 15.5

Red Wine       CHATEAU D'ISSAN 3ieme Cru Classe Margaux 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                   £33.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE 92-94 points - 'While some octogenarians may argue that 1900 is better, this is the finest d’Issan I have ever tasted. The 2005 boasts a deep plum/ruby color as well
               as a beautiful projected bouquet of flowers, licorice, sweet currants, plums, cherries, and smoke. There is lovely purity in the mouth as well as an etched, precise character, stunning
               concentration, decent acidity, and an impressive finish that lasts nearly 45 seconds. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2025+.' Robert Parker
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Full, floral very seductive Margaux nose, lovely extraction of fragrant, lissom fruit. Drink 2009-20. (17 points)' Steven Spurrier
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17.5/20 - 'Dark crimson. Very energetic, aromatic nose. Full-blown and opulent and very 2005. Lots of tannin, but ripe tannin. Very bright fruit. Good example of the
               vintage and it also expresses Margaux. Good structure. Hits the palate throughout the tasting experience. Drink 2014-22'

Red Wine       CHATEAU DAUZAC Labarde-Margaux 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £29.95
Red Wine       CHATEAU DU TERTRE 5ieme Cru Classe Margaux 2004 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                                £44.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Fine deep colour, floral, slightly herbaceous nose, good solid wine, quite big and chunky, should gain in complexity. Drink 2010-18. (16 points)'
               ROBERT PARKER 90-92 points - 'The words sexy, seductive, and opulent do not characterize most wines of the 2004 Bordeaux vintage. However, they do describe Du Tertre’s offering, an
               exotic, nearly flamboyant wine that seduces the taster with its forward display of earthy, herb-tinged cassis and black cherry fruit, round, soft, lush palate, and concentrated, fleshy finish.
               Even the barrel sample could have been drunk with great pleasure. Enjoy it upon release, and over the following 12-14 years.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU DURFORT-VIVENS 2ieme Cru Classe Margaux 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008                                                                                                                £26.95
Red Wine       CHATEAU GISCOURS 3ieme Cru Classe Margaux 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £29.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** 'Fine deep colour, lovely aromas of crushed berry fruit plus elegant florality, smooth and ripe and long, lush fruit flavours plus supple tannins and balancing
               acidity, great purity of fruit, long and fine. Drink 2010-25. (17.5 points)'
               ROBERT PARKER 90-92 points 'This precise, deep ruby/purple-tinged Margaux exhibits broad, sweet flavors, good structure, medium to full body, moderately high tannin, but not as much
               seductiveness as its stable mate, Du Tertre. It is a fresh, serious, ageworthy 2004 to enjoy between 2009-2020+'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17 points                 THE WINE SPECTATOR James Suckling 89-91 points
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £59.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU GISCOURS 3ieme Cru Classe Margaux 2005 Magnum - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                  £99.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 90-93 points - 'A full-bodied, powerful Giscours, the 2005 displays a deep ruby/purple color as well as sweet aromas of red and black
               fruits intermixed with loamy soil, dried herbs, and a hint of pain grille. Good acidity, a plump, corpulent attack and mouthfeel, medium to full body, superb depth of fruit, plenty of glycerin (it
               must approach 14% alcohol), and a lusty finish suggest this beauty will be approachable young. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2022.'
               NEIL PINEL (7½ points/10) - 'An alcoholic, slightly liquoricy nose with wonderful burnt black fruits on the clean, elegant palate. Good tannin levels. Very good.
               THE WINE SPECTATOR (James Suckling) 92-94 points
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Giscours (3G). Black-red, rich Cabernet fruit, totally ripe, even perhaps a little over-ripe, but sheer exuberance of fruit, not at all raisiny, bursting with
               energy, lovely ripe tannins. Drink 2009-20. (17.5 points)'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17/20 - 'Very dark - distinctly blackish tinge. Sweet, brutal, almost New World wine on the nose. This is sumptuous - Napa sur Gironde - and very cleverly made. There
               is freshness and extraordinary immediacy. Utterly seductive. Smooth and transparent. Silky textured. It has enormous ripeness but freshness too. As you can tell from the note, I'm a bit
               alarmed by the nose but the palate and balance will win many drinkers over. Perhaps the lack of persistence is a bit of a worry though? Drink 2014-26'

Red Wine       CHATEAU MALESCOT ST. EXUPERY 2ieme Cru Classe Margaux 2004 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                     £49.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Fine deep colour, concentrated small berry fruit, floral and very good intensity and balance, quite firm tannins, but elegant finish. Drink 2010-25. (17 points)'
               ROBERT PARKER 91-93 points 'Over the last fifteen years, Malescot Saint-Exupery has possessed a classic Margaux fragrance, a racy, stylish personality, beautiful purity, and a combination
               of both power and elegance. The deep ruby/purple-tinged 2004 boasts sumptuous aromas of blue fruits, black currants, a whiff of acacia flowers, and a hint of truffles. This medium-bodied
               Margaux possesses wonderful sweetness, excellent concentration, impeccable balance, and admirable length. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2018.'
               THE WINE SPECTATOR James Suckling 'A solid wine with lots of good fruit. Reminds me of an outstanding Burgundy, with mushroom, berry and earth character. Medium- to full-bodied,
               with fine tannins and a long, long finish. Well done. Really balanced for the vintage. Jean-Luc Zuger said that he made this wine to be drunk and he certainly has.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU MONBRISON Cru Bourgeois Super. Margaux 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                             £19.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Solid colour, quite smoky and meaty, good structure, length and grip, will develop well. Drink 2010-20. ( 16.5 points)'

Red Wine       CHATEAU RAUZAN-SEGLA 2ieme Cru Classe Margaux 1990 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £82.95
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points 'I hope I am not too optimistic about the potential of the 1990 Rausan-Segla as it is one wine that requires a significant investment in patience. It reveals an
               opaque purple color, but the wine is broodingly backward, with a formidable tannin level. Closer examination, however, reveals large quantities of sweet, earthy, cassis fruit, full body, and a
               leathery toughness. The wine is pure, with huge flavor extraction, as well as mouthsearing tannin. In previous tastings it displayed more openness and less aggressiveness. All the component
               parts appear to be present, but this massive wine has gone into a dormant state. Give it 7-8 more years of bottle age; it may be a 30-year wine.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU RAUZAN-SEGLA 2ieme Cru Classe Margaux 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £39.95
               ROBERT PARKER 89-91 points '...a blend of 64% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, and the rest Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc. Fragrant aromas of red and black fruits, earth, underbrush,
               and spice box are followed by a pure, supple, fleshy claret that lacks a bit of weight and power, but is undeniably well-balanced and seductive. If it develops more mid-palate presence, it will
               be an outstanding effort from this famous second-growth Margaux estate owned by the same proprietors as Chanel, of haute couture and perfume fame. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2018.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE: ****               THE WINE SPECTATOR 92-94points
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £79.95




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               Margaux
Red Wine       CHATEAU RAUZAN-SEGLA 2ieme Cru Classe Margaux 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £33.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** 'Very fine deep colour, really lovely nose of concentrated Cabernet fruit and fine smooth extraction, great purity of fruit, pure vineyard wine, fine balance and
               length. Drink 2010-25. (18 points)'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17 points 'Deep crimson. Round, full, concentrated. Rather spicy and licorice-like. Sweet, a bit of wet fur. Quite exciting. Some real spark though quite well mannered
               too. Quiet. Just lacks a very slight bit of excitement and energy but it is obviously very well made.'
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 89-91 points 'A pretty 2004, not hugely concentrated. A nice balance of delicate fruit and fine tannins. Medium- to full-bodied, with a caressing finish. In harmony
               with the vintage.'

Red Wine       MARGAUX 'Selection' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £13.95
               65% Cabernet Sauvignon and 35 % Merlot grapes from two of Margaux top chateaux (ask Liz or Neil for more info!!).
               The wine offers a very velvety nose with ripe fruit bouquet and gentle oak. Beautifully balanced on the palate, the tannins are delicate leading to intense black fruit characters. It is an easy
               wine to approach and will also keep for at least 5 years.

Red Wine       PAVILLON Rouge 2nd Wine of Chateau 1999 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                                   £109.95
               ROBERT PARKER 2002 'This is an estate where the quality of the second wine is more than a simple afterthought. The 1999 Pavillon Rouge de Margaux exhibits notes of herbs in its elegant,
               medium-bodied, forward, complex personality. It possesses the character of its big sister, but not the weight, concentration, or length. Enjoy it over the next decade.'

Red Wine       PAVILLON Rouge 2nd Wine of Chateau Margaux 2004 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                             £84.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** 'Fine deep colour, fine fragrant nose, Cabernet dominates with natural concentration while Merlot adds roundness, lovely middle palate, fine structure and
               length. Drink 2010-18. (17.5 points)'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17.5+ points 'A balanced and fruity wine with good blackberry and currant character. Medium-bodied, with fine tannins and a fresh finish. Grows on the palate. Medium
               finish. Pretty.'

Red Wine       SEGLA 2nd Wine of Chateau Rauzan-Ségla Margaux 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £19.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE MAY 2003 **** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED 'What a great nose! Elegant, toasty oak with ripe, dark fruit and spicy leather notes, rich and complex. Robust with
               firm tannins, lots of ripe black fruits with spiciness. Toastiness on the finish. 5-10 years.'
               This second wine is made simply entitled "Ségla" which in our humble opinion, represents one of the finest value-for-money wines in Bordeaux: the quality can be exceptionally good.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £10.45 & Magnum £39.95



               Medoc
Red Wine       CHATEAU MILLE-ROSES Medoc 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                               £11.95
               NEIL PINEL (7 points) - 'Excellent warm toasty oak. Clean, elegant, soft and warm on the palate with very apparent blackcurrant/cassis fruit flavours. Very good.
               ROBERT PARKER 87-89 points - 'An attractive effort from the southern Medoc, not far from Giscours and Cantemerle, the 2005 Mille Roses is a blend of 60% Merlot and 40% Cabernet
               Sauvignon. It reveals a dense ruby/purple color along with a sweet, flowery bouquet of wild berry fruit intermixed with subtle wood and spice, savory richness, plenty of up-front fruit, good
               opulence, sweet tannin, and a lush, forward mouthfeel. Drink it over the next 6-7 years.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Deep colour, lots of seductive fruit, smooth and a little gamey in the La Lagune style. Drink 2009-16. (16.5 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £5.95 & Magnum £23.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU POTENSAC Medoc 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £16.95
               A beautiful, value-priced effort from the Delon family, the deep ruby/purple-colored 2002 Potensac exhibits an excellent, sweet, pure nose of black currants, cherries, earth, and mineral
               notes. Medium-bodied and ripe, with well-integrated acidity and tannin, it will be drinkable between 2005-2012.

Red Wine       CHATEAU POUJEAUX Cru Bourgeois Except. Moulis-Medoc 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                    £24.95
               Has a suppleness and degree of charm that sets it apart from many of its neighbours. It shows good weight and benefits from an added degree of character. Drinking from 2008-2018.
               ROBERT PARKER 88 points 'A serious red, as one has come to expect from this impeccably run estate, the 2000 Poujeaux exhibits a dense ruby/purple color, a sweet nose of black
               currants, minerals, and earth, excellent texture, impressive purity, and a long, concentrated, moderately tannic finish. Anticipated maturity: 2005-2016+.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU POUJEAUX Cru Bourgeois Except. Moulis-Medoc 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                    £18.45
               ROBERT PARKER 87-88 points 'Silky textured, medium-bodied, heady, succulent offering to enjoy between 2006 to 2014. It is a sleeper of the vintage.'
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 85-88 Blackberry and cherry aromas and flavours. Medium to full-bodied with soft tannins and a pretty finish. Delicious already.
               JANCIS ROBINSON: 14.5       DECANTER MAGAZINE ***
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum: £36.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU POUJEAUX Cru Bourgeois Except. Moulis-Medoc 2005 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                         £18.95
               ROBERT PARKER 87-89 points 'Space limitations did not allow complete tasting notes for this Cru Bourgeois, but 2005 is the finest vintage for these wines since 1982. The range of scores
               for these wines should give readers an idea of just how consistent this vintage is at this level. Given the style of the vintage, most of these wines should be accessible young yet evolve for a
               decade or more because of their concentration and tannic structure.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** 'Black-red, lots of extraction, ripe cassis and firm tannins, rich, ripe chunky fruit, good solid wine. Drink 2009-20. (16 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum: £39.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU ROLLAN DE BY Medoc 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £15.45
               ROBERT PARKER 88 points 'Dense ruby/purple, with elegant sweetness, richness, medium to full body, and loads of character and fruit, this serious effort should drink well for a decade.'



               Medoc (Listrac)
Red Wine       CHATEAU FOURCAS-DUPRE Cru Bourgeois Sup. Listrac 2005 Magnum - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                        £19.95
               ROBERT PARKER 85-87 points 'Space limitations did not allow complete tasting notes for this Cru Bourgeois, but 2005 is the finest vintage for these wines since 1982. The range of scores
               for these wines should give readers an idea of just how consistent this vintage is at this level. Given the style of the vintage, most of these wines should be accessible young yet evolve for a
               decade or more because of their concentration and tannic structure.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU MAYNE LALANDE Cru Bourgeois Superieur Listrac-Medoc 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                            £10.95
               ROBERT PARKER 85-87 points - 'Space limitations did not allow complete tasting notes for this Cru Bourgeois, but 2005 is the finest vintage for these wines since 1982. The range of scores
               for these wines should give readers an idea of just how consistent this vintage is at this level. Given the style of the vintage, most of these wines should be accessible young yet evolve for a
               decade or more because of their concentration and tannic structure.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Deep colour, lots of ripeness and extraction, robust style. Drink 2009-16. (15.5 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum: £21.95



               Pauillac
Red Wine       CHATEAU BATAILLEY 5ieme Cru Classe Pauillac 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £26.45
Red Wine       CHATEAU CLERC MILON 5ieme Cru Classe Pauillac 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £29.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Very deep colour, good concentration and very good purity of fruit, quite firm and very Pauillac, with a certain leanness that needs to soften out. Drink
               2012-25. (17 points)'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17 points - 'A good effort here in a wine that is softer and sweeter than its Mouton stablemate d'Armailhac. Very very dark blackish purple. Nice spicy nose, very round
               supple start. Attractively open, if light, nose already. A certain meatiness on the nose and then pretty light on the palate with dry tannins on the finish. Not tarted up, perfectly honest, but
               probably slightly lower yields would have yielded a slightly more interesting wine....Drink 2011-17'

Red Wine       CHATEAU D'ARMAILHAC 5ieme Cru Classe Pauillac 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £19.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Very deep colour, very pronounced floral nose of irises, crunchy blackcurrant fruit, attractive, quite exuberant Pauillac. Drink 2009-18. (16.5 points)'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 16.5+ points - 'Very dark purple crimson. Relatively open, floral aromas. Quite lightweight and forward. Tannins extremely mild with fairly forward fruit but not much
               substance, though the finish is quite persistent. This should make a good, early, refreshing lunchtime claret. Very frank and charming for a 2004. Drink 2012-20.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum: £39.95




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               Pauillac
Red Wine       CHATEAU D'ARMAILHAC 5ieme Cru Classe Pauillac 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                              £29.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90-93 points - 'I think the 2005 d’Armailhac may turn out even better than its stable mate, Clerc-Milon. This combination of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 29% Merlot, 10%
               Cabernet Franc, and 1% Petit Verdot achieved 13.3% alcohol. Revealing lovely creme de cassis-like notes, a beautiful texture, brightness, and sweet tannin, it is an impressively endowed,
               medium to full-bodied, relatively approachable 2005, although it will undoubtedly display more tannin after bottling. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2020+.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Finely concentrated fruit, shows natural ripeness and lift and extremely attractive elegance among a range of much bigger wines, very pretty style. Drink
               2009/20. (17 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum: £59.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU DUHART-MILON-ROTHSCHILD 4ieme Cru Classe Pauillac 1996 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                 £37.95
Red Wine       CHATEAU DUHART-MILON-ROTHSCHILD 4ieme Cru Classe Pauillac 2005 Magnum - NEW(G)                                                                                                            £69.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 90-92 points - 'Consumers should keep an eye on this estate as their wines are getting better and better. The 2005, while not at the
               level of the 2003, is an impressive blend of 71% Cabernet Sauvignon and 29% Merlot. It offers classic cassis notes along with some of the lead pencil character of its more famous sibling,
               Lafite Rothschild, medium body, good purity, moderate tannin, and undeniable elegance. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2025.'
               THE WINE SPECTATOR (James Suckling) 92-94 points
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Deep colour, masses of structure and grip, a true Pauillac with florality, fragrance, structure and grip, fine firm tannins. Drink 2012-30. (18 points)'

Red Wine       CHATEAU GRAND PUY DUCASSE 5ieme Cru Classe Pauillac 2005 Magnum - NEW FOR 08                                                                                                              £39.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 89-91 points - 'This sleeper of the vintage is as stunning as Grand-Puy-Ducasse’s 2003. The deep purple-tinged 2005 possesses
               wonderful notes of sweet cherries, creme de cassis, smoke, creamy oak, and spice box. The sizeable tannins are well-concealed by the wine’s abundant glycerin, extract, and fruit. A beauty,
               it should be at its best between 2010-2020.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Concentrated colour and fruit, intense cassis and good plummy impression, quite forward style. Drink 2009-18. (16.5 points)'

Red Wine       CHATEAU GRAND PUY LACOSTE 5ieme Cru Classe Pauillac 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                       £29.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** 'Big rich colour, lots of extraction of lovely pure fruit, very expressive well structured Pauillac with great elegance and density of flavour. Drink 2012-30. (18
               points)'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17.5 points 'Xavier Borie has had an excellent year. Savoury, creamy nose - very dense and compact. Very flattering texture - round with some obvious but very
               refreshing tannins. Very strong personality, quite dry on the finish but quite bright fruit, very lively. Not big but lovely balance. Very neat. Great gently done. Dry finish but well done for the
               long term. Very clean and fresh. Drink 2015-30.'
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 89-91 points
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum: £59.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU HAUT-BAGES-LIBERAL 5ieme Cru Classe Pauillac 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                      £19.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Good deep colour, fine floral nose, very good direct expression of blackcurrant fruit in a lean, direct style, good concentration and length, could have more
               flesh. Drink 2010-20. (16 points)'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17+ points - 'Liquid purple, relatively opulent on the nose. Quite deep and trying very hard. Attractive spiciness and no excess of dryness of tannin. Well managed and
               well balanced. The only reproach one might make is that it is a little mild and low key - but then so is Lafite. Quite a bit of weight. Very vigorous. Very good! Very fine tannins, there in
               abundance. Drink 2013-20.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU LATOUR 1iere Grand Cru Classe Pauillac 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £225.00
               ROBERT PARKER 95-97 points 'After a 2003 production of less than 10,000 cases, there are a whopping 15,000 cases of the 2004 Latour... At this early stage, Latour appears to be the wine
               of the Medoc, and provides additional evidence of why Latour is pushing slightly ahead of most of its first-growth rivals. It boasts an inky/purple color in addition to a sweet perfume of
               crushed rocks, black currants, raspberries, and hints of wood as well as cold steel. It reveals the most density and depth of any of the Medoc first-growths...Anticipated maturity: 2010-2030'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 19 points             THE WINE SPECTATOR James Suckling 95-100 points

Red Wine       CHATEAU LYNCH-BAGES 5ieme Grand Cru Clas Pauillac 2002 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                          £67.95
Red Wine       CHATEAU LYNCH-MOUSSAS 5ieme Cru Classe Pauillac 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £30.95
Red Wine       CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1ere Grand Cru Classe Pauillac 1995 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                £299.95
Red Wine       CHATEAU PICHON LALANDE 'Comtesse' 2ieme Cru Classe Pauillac 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                               £54.50
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** 'Huge colour, big extracted nose showing café and mocha, exotic and explosive on the palate, rich with very seductive fruit balanced by a very long finish, a
               most individual wine with a fine future. Drink 2012-30. (18.5 points)'
               ROBERT PARKER 91-94 points 'A complex, fragrant bouquet of fennel, black currants, sweet cherries, licorice, and sweet oak (about 50% new oak is utilized) is followed by a
               medium-bodied Pauillac exhibiting excellent concentration, elegance, and acidity as well as a nicely textured mouthfeel without being anywhere near the size or opulence of the 2003.
               Anticipated maturity: 2008-2020.'
               JANBCIS ROBINSON 17.5 points             THE WINE SPECTATOR James Suckling 89-91 points

Red Wine       CHATEAU PONTET CANET 5ieme Cru Classe Pauillac 2004 Half (G)                                                                                                                              £15.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** 'Deep, intense colour, richly concentrated nose, quite earthy and blackcurrant, a lot of elegance behind the concentration and a fine lift of florality to the fruit,
               very good balance and length. Drink 2012-30. (18 points)'
               ROBERT PARKER 92-94 points 'A brilliant effort from proprietor Alfred Tesseron, Pontet-Canet’s 2004 may ultimately prove to be a better wine than its more famous neighbor, Mouton
               Rothschild. Medium to full-bodied with a classic creme de cassis-scented perfume, sweet fruit, ripe tannin, tremendous purity...this beautiful Pauillac should age for 2-3 decades. It is one of
               the most concentrated and potentially long-lived wines of the vintage.'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17 points            THE WINE SPECTATOR James Suckling 92-94 points

Red Wine       LES FORTS DE LATOUR 2nd Wine of Chateau Latour Pauillac 1990 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £99.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'The rich, well-endowed 1990 possesses round, generous, surprisingly concentrated flavors. It will make ideal drinking over the next 10-15 years. The most
               complete second wine made at this property since their glorious 1982, over one-half of the crop was relegated to this wine. Anticipated maturity: Now-2005.'

Red Wine       LES FORTS DE LATOUR 2nd wine of Chateau Latour Pauillac 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £49.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** 'Very dense colour and very full fragrant nose of crushed blackcurrants, full-bodied yet elegant, fine expression of pure vineyard fruit over finely grained
               tannins, superb balance and length. Drink 2010-25. (18 points)'
               ROBERT PARKER 90-94 points 'Latour’s second wine is a blend of 74% Cabernet Sauvignon and 26% Merlot that represents 41% of the production. Medium to full-bodied with good
               density, it is the finest second wine I tasted. It exhibits a dark ruby/purple color, plenty of black currant and cherry fruit, and fine length. It should drink well for 15+ years.'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17+ points                THE WINE SPECTATOR James Suckling 89-91 points
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum: £99.95

Red Wine       LES TOURELLES DE LONGUEVILLE Pauillac 1995 Imperiale (600cl)                                                                                                                            £299.95
Red Wine       LES TOURELLES DE LONGUEVILLE Pauillac 2004 Imperiale (600cl) - NEW FOR 2008                                                                                                             £199.95
Red Wine       LES TOURELLES DE LONGUEVILLE Pauillac 2005 Magnum - NEW FOR 2008                                                                                                                          £49.95
Red Wine       PAUILLAC 'Selection' 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                      £13.95
               The fruit for this FANTASTIC wine is sourced from one of the top Chateaux in the Pauillac region.
               A blend of approximately 75% Cabernet Sauvignon and 25% Merlot it offers immediate aromas and flavours of wonderful ripe blackcurrant and blackberry fruits. Soft ripe tannins combine
               with this rich fruit to produce an immediately drinkable wine that will astound drinkers who will be amazed by its wonderful value for money.



               Pomerol
Red Wine       CHATEAU BON PASTEUR Pomerol 1999 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                £39.95
               Château Bon Pasteur lies to the northeast of the town of Pomerol, its vineyards located on both gravel and clay soils. The property is inextricably linked with the world famous oenologist
               Michel Rolland whose advocating of late-harvesting the Merlot grape and new oak maturation has been adopted by many vignerons around the world. This red Bordeaux has an intriguing
               perfume of espresso, sweet vanilla and black cherry jam. Plenty of grip, length and intensity in this wine.




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               Pomerol
Red Wine       CHATEAU GAZIN Pomerol 2001 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                       £54.95
               Ideally located just behind Pétrus (which recovered several hectares of its vineyards around thirty years ago), the vast ancient Château Gazin (26 hectares of a single tenant) produces one of
               the most highly regarded pomerols.
               This wine has become increasingly impressive as it ages in bottle and will clearly give enormous pleasure. Full-bodied fine Claret with real class and lovely balance. 2009 to 2018.

Red Wine       CHATEAU LA CROIX DE GAY Pomerol 2001 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                             £28.95
               One of the great examples of the appellation, whose owner is the founder of the Pomerol wine syndicate. On the plateau Dr. Alain Raynaud and Chantal Lebreton are the enthusiastic
               managers of a domaine which benefits from a privileged site, made up of 13 hectares of vines, mostly of the Merlot variety (80%). The wines are full-bodied and well-structured, which should
               be left in the cellar for a few years.

Red Wine       CHATEAU LA CROIX DE GAY Pomerol 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                             £24.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 88-90 points - 'This is one of the finest efforts to yet emerge from this estate located on the plateau of Pomerol. A combination of 95%
               Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc, it tips the scales at nearly 14% alcohol. Exhibiting a deep ruby/purple hue as well as a sweet bouquet of loamy soil, blueberries, cherries, plums, and mocha, it
               possesses lovely ripeness, savory elegance, purity, and overall balance. Enjoy it over the next 15 years.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU NENIN Pomerol 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                       £39.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90-92 points - 'A strong effort from Leoville Las-Cases’ winemaking team, the powerful 2005 Nenin (14.2% alcohol) was created from a blend of 74% Merlot and 26%
               Cabernet Franc. Only 41% of the production was used. Its deep ruby/purple color is followed by sweet cranberry, black cherry, and cassis fruit, impressive intensity, full body, low acidity,
               ripe tannin, and plenty of power and length. Although somewhat monolithic, it should develop additional nuances with 3-4 years of bottle age. It will last for two decades.' Robert Parker
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 92-94 points - 'This is rich and powerful with seamless tannins and wonderful fruit. Full-bodied, with lots going on and a long, long finish. Gorgeous. Lots of fruit
               and toasted, smoky oak. This is very close to classic.' James Suckling
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17 points             DECANTER MAGAZINE 16.5 points
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum: £82.00

Red Wine       CHATEAU ROUGET Pomerol 2003 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                      £23.95
               Château Rouget is a Bordeaux wine from the appellation Pomerol. The winery is located on the Right Bank of the Bordeaux wine region, in the commune of Pomerol in the department
               Gironde. As all wine produced in this appellation, Château Rouget is unclassified but the estate has been historically estimated among the great growths of the region.

Red Wine       CLOS RENE Pomerol 1998 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                           £24.95
               This 12-hectare estate benefits from a particularly noble and rare terroir composed by a sandy-gravel soil and a iron scale sub-soil. Clos René knows better and better how to produce the
               best from its terroir and created in 1998 a round and generous pomerol, with an incomparable aromatic richness.

Red Wine       CLOS RENE Pomerol 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                           £23.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 90-92 points - 'Clos Rene’s outstanding inky/ruby/purple-tinged 2005 offers up sweet scents of mulberries, black cherries, smoke, and
               licorice. It boasts terrific fruit on the attack along with medium to full body, low acidity, abundant glycerin, and a heady, lush finish. Drink it over the next 10-12 years.'

Red Wine       FUGUE DE NENIN 2nd Wine of Chateau Nenin Pomerol 2000 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                            £24.95
Red Wine       FUGUE DE NENIN 2nd Wine of Chateau Nenin Pomerol 2004 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                            £17.95


               Saint-Emilion
Red Wine       CARILLON D'ANGELUS 2nd Wine of Chateau Angelus Saint-Emilion 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                               £36.95
Red Wine       CHATEAU ANGELUS 1ere Grand Cru Classe Saint-Emilion 1995 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                       £169.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (FEB 1998) - 95 Points - 'A superb effort in this vintage, Angelus's opaque purple-colored 1995 is a massive, powerful, rich offering with plenty of
               ripe, sweet tannin. The wine's aromatics include scents of Provencal olives, jammy black cherries, blackberries, truffles, and toast. A very full-bodied wine, it is layered, thick, and pure. This is
               the most concentrated of the 1995 St.-Emilion premier grand crus. Anticipated maturity: 2002-2025.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU BEAUSEJOUR-DUFFAU 1iere Grand Cru Classe B Saint-Emilion 2004 Bottle G                                                                                                             £24.95
               DECANTER MAGZAINE **** - 'Lovely blackberry nose, with lots of oak. Sweet and perfumed. Marvellous fresh black fruit. Juicy and succulent. Drink 2011-2025.'
               ROBERT PARKER 91 points 'Performing better out of bottle than it did from cask, this brilliant terroir has produced an elegant, dense ruby-colored, medium-bodied 2004 (2,666 cases) with
               complex aromatics of raspberries, blueberries, crushed rocks, and spring flowers. Not a powerful, muscular effort, it reveals pure, sweet fruit in its delicate personality. Give it 1-2 years of
               cellaring and drink it over the following 10-15.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU BEAUSEJOUR-DUFFAU 1iere Grand Cru Classe B Saint-Emilion 2005 Bottle G                                                                                                             £59.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE 94-96 points - 'Unquestionably the most compelling wine made at this estate since their perfect 1990...The bouquet is reminiscent of the 1990's with scents of
               blueberries, crushed rocks, acacia flowers, blackberries, and subtle wood. Stunningly rich and full-bodied, with a more tannic structure than the 1990 as well as abundant purity, freshness,
               and multiple layers, it is a noble, racy effort with fabulous potential. Anticipated maturity: 2014-2030.' Robert Parker
               DECANTER MAGAZINE ****
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 92-94 points '...Almost classic quality' James Suckling

Red Wine       CHATEAU BERLIQUET Grand Cru Classe Saint-Emilion 2005 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                                £22.95
               ROBERT PARKER (2006) 88-90 points - 'Resiny characteristics combined with notions of black cherries, cassis, herbs, and new oak emerge from this deep ruby/purple-colored 2005.
               Medium to full-bodied, moderately tannic, and impeccably well-made, consumption during its first 10-15 years of life is recommended.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Classic high-class Saint-Emilion, spicy complex nose, good body, refined texture, firm tannins, and great future. One of the best ever made from this
               property, which is admirably situated next to some classified first growths. Drink from 2015. (16.5 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £45.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU CANON 1er Grand Cru Classe Saint-Emilion 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £44.95
               ROBERT PARKER 89 Points 'A stylish, elegant and restrained 2000, this medium-bodied wine reveals notes of strawberry jam intermixed with black cherries, minerals, oak, and herbs. The
               tannin is sweet and the mid-palate firm, even beefy. This is an attractive, medium-bodied effort with impressive ripeness, length, and balance, yet it is not a blockbuster. Anticipated maturity:
               2008-2020.'
               There are good reasons to be optimistic about Canon and Robert Parker himself has sensed a renaissance since the 1998 vintage. The 2000 vintage is a great achievement for the property, a
               triumph in the face of adverse criticism, but a wine that might take a few years for consumer to appreciate.

Red Wine       CHATEAU CANON 1iere Grand Cru Classe Saint-Emilion 2005 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                              £54.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE 90-93 points - 'This is the finest Canon produced under the Chanel ownership and John Kolasa’s administration. A striking minerality interwoven with black currant
               and flower aromas jump from the glass of this medium to full-bodied, dense, freakishly elegant effort. Possessing beautiful structure, good acidity, yet remarkable intensity as well as
               precision, this deep purple-colored 2005 will undoubtedly close down after bottling. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2025.' Robert Parker
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 89-91 points
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Classic, and for the moment understated'

Red Wine       CHATEAU CHANTE ALOUETTE Saint-Emilion 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £10.95
               Attractive limpid and brilliant robe with shades of an attractive bright purple, its delicate, but intense nose is evocative of red and black fruit, blackcurrants and blackberries. It develops
               rapidly to reveal notes of a discrete, well-balanced bouquet. Its rich structure develops from fleshy, velvety tannins, which are persistent in the mouth and leave freshness, equilibrium and a
               promising ageing potential.

Red Wine       CHATEAU DESTIEUX Grand Cru Saint-Emilion 2005 Magnum - NEW FOR 2008                                                                                                                        £49.95
               THE WINE ADVOCVATE 92-94 points - 'After Destieux’s brilliant 2003, I thought proprietor Christian Dauriac may have hit the highest peak possible at this old vineyard (average age 45
               years). However, the blockbuster 2005 may well eclipse the 2003. Consultant Michel Rolland’s final blend consists of 66% Merlot, and equal parts Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. A
               flamboyant, muscular, seriously concentrated wine of great intensity, it possesses a dense black/purple color as well as a gorgeous nose of smoke, truffles, blackberries, earth, new saddle
               leather, and grilled meat juices. The wine is amazingly dense, rich, and powerful yet also elegant and fresh. The 14.5% alcohol is the highest this estate has achieved. Blame the 2005 drought
               for that characteristic. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2025+' Robert Parker

Red Wine       CHATEAU FAUGERES Grand Cru Saint-Emilion 2001 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                                        £23.65
               The Faugères vineyard covers 46 hectares in the east of the appellation of St Emilion overlooking the Dordogne valley. It has been in the same family since 1823 and today Corinne Guisez
               runs the estate with Michel Rolland as advisor. She has instigated a policy of producing the best quality possible and today these wines are some of the best value of the area.




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               Saint-Emilion
Red Wine       CHATEAU FIGEAC 1iere Grand Cru Classe Saint-Emilion 1990 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                    £119.95
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points 'One of Bordeaux's most schizophrenic properties, as disappointing as Figeac's 1989 has turned out, the 1990 is fabulous. This property has not made a wine as
               rich as the 1990 since 1982. In contrast to the 1989, the 1990 is a great Figeac, potentially a richer, more complete and complex wine than the 1982. The 1990 exhibits a saturated dark
               purple color (somewhat atypical for Figeac), and a gorgeous nose of olives, fruitcake, jammy black fruits, minerals, and licorice. Medium to full-bodied, with gobs of glycerin-imbued, sweet,
               jammy fruit, this wine is nicely buttressed by moderate tannin and adequate acidity. Fleshy and rich, as well as elegant and complex, it is approachable because of the wine's sweet fruit, but it
               promises even more pleasure with 2-4 more years of bottle age; it will last for 20 years. I predict the 1990 Figeac will have one of the most exotic and compelling aromatic profiles of the
               1990s. It is a terrific wine!'

Red Wine       CHATEAU FIGEAC 1iere Grand Cru Classe Saint-Emilion 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008                                                                                                           £79.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE 91-94 points - 'The best Figeac since the 2000 and 1990, this dense plum/ruby/purple-tinged 2005 offers up sweet aromas of creosote, incense, fruitcake, black
               cherries, and cassis. With soft but noticeable tannin this impeccably elegant, medium-bodied, authoritatively-flavored, pure, long wine will be drinkable between 2009-2020.' Robert Parker
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 92-94 points - 'This shows wonderful chocolate, berry and floral aromas. Full-bodied, with velvety yet firm tannins. It caresses and lasts for minutes on the palate.
               This is a great Figeac' James Suckling
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'The floral scent is present, and the balance of alcohol and acidity excellent. For the moment, as is often the case with Figeac, it is not as impressive as some
               others, with drier tannins and lesser fruit; Cheval-Blanc for instance shows far better precision in the texture and after-taste. But I have no fear for the future. Drink from 2015. (17.5
               points)' Michel Bettane
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17+ points - 'Mid crimson - paler than most. Simple fruit flavours with some freshness. Very cool palate impression with fine tannins obvious only on the finish. As
               usual, a relatively muted wine at this early stage. Very dry tannins on the finish for the moment but a good effort. Drink 2014-26'

Red Wine       CHATEAU FOMBRAUGE Grand Cru Saint-Emilion 2005 Magnum - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                                     £44.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 90-92 points - 'This estate has come on strong under the auspices of visionary proprietor Bernard Magrez and winemaking consultant
               Michel Rolland, and it has been one of this journal’s great value picks over the last 7-8 vintages. In 2005, the harvest took place between September 22nd and October 6th, and the final
               blend consisted of 77% Merlot, 14% Cabernet Franc, and 9% Cabernet Sauvignon. Its dense purple color is accompanied by a sumptuous bouquet of white chocolate, graphite, black cherry
               jam, and currants. Medium to full-bodied with moderate tannin, more structure than usual, loads of glycerin, and a persistent mouthfeel, it should be drinkable in 2-3 years, and evolve for
               12-15.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Full body, velvety texture, ripe fruit, ample wine made with care but ultimatly lacking the individuality of the very best. Drink from 2013. (16 points)'

Red Wine       CHATEAU GRAND CORBIN-DESPAGNE Grand Cru Classe Saint-Emilion 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                             £21.95
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £43.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU GRAND CORBIN-DESPAGNE Grand Cru Classe Saint-Emilion 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                             £13.45
               ROBERT PARKER (2007) 90 points 'The Despagne family has accomplished terrific things at this estate since 1988, and the 2004 is another sleeper of the vintage. Opulently-styled with a
               dense purple color as well as sweet blueberry, blackberry, cedar, and spice characteristics, this medium-bodied, pure, ripe St.-Emilion is approachable, but promises to evolve for 10-15
               years.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £27.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU GRAND CORBIN-DESPAGNE Grand Cru Classe Saint-Emilion 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                             £16.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE 90-92 points - 'Unquestionably the finest effort from this estate since 1998, this sleeper of the vintage tastes like roast beef soaked in cassis and cherries.
               Inky/purple-colored, powerful, dense, and long, it possesses huge body, glycerin, and structure. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2020+' Robert Parker
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £33.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU GRAND PONTET Grand Cru Saint-Emilion 2005 Magnum - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                                  £52.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 91-94 points - 'A fabulous effort, this deep, dense ruby/purple-tinged 2005 roars out of the glass like a runaway locomotive. Its technical
               numbers are nearly off the charts by Bordeaux standards. Although it reveals incredibly high levels of tannin as well as 14+% alcohol, it possesses the vintage’s characteristic freshness and
               liveliness. Loads of black fruits, spice box, cedar, and pain grille notes emerge from this structured blockbuster. It will benefit from 5-6 years of cellaring, and should last for 15-20 years.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Nose on the reductive side (blackcurrants), big spicy wine lacking finesse but fleshy enough for a secure ageing. Winter-time Saint-Emilion. Drink from 2013.
               (15 points)'

Red Wine       CHATEAU LAFLEUR Grand Cru Saint-Emilion 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £17.95
               THE WINE SPECTATOR Very pretty berry and plum character with hints of vanilla and dark chocolate. Full-bodied, with fine tannins and a lovely finish. All in finesse here. Lovely texture.
               Best after 2010. 2,080 cases made. Score: 90.

Red Wine       CHATEAU TROPLONG MONDOT Grand Cru Classe Saint-Emilion 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £32.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Full, ripe fruit and vanillin nose. Beautiful, opulent fruit on the palate, perfectly married with ripe tannins and fresh acidity. Will age with grace. Drink
               2012-2025.'
               ROBERT PARKER 94 points 'Sweet cherry, white chocolate, black currant, and crushed rock-like characteristics are present in this medium-bodied St.-Emilion. Excellent richness, spicy
               tannin, and hints of underbrush and herbs in the finish result in an excellent rather than brilliant Troplong-Mondot that must take a back seat to their other-worldly 2005 and impressively
               endowed 2006. Give it 2-4 years, and it could have outstanding potential.'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17 points            THE WINE SPECTATOR James Suckling 89-91 points

Red Wine       CLOS DE SARPE Grand Cru Saint-Emilion 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                     £59.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker (April 2006) 94-96 points - 'This is a wine for readers with incredibly long life-expectancies as it possesses the power and longevity associated with
               many pre-phylloxera, 19th century wines of Bordeaux. Like so many of the small St.-Emilion estates, there are no compromises at Clos de Sarpe. The 2005 was hand-harvested from yields
               of 25 hectoliters per hectare, given a 55-day maceration, and aged in a combination of new wood. It will be bottled unfiltered. The wine achieved 14+% alcohol naturally. This opaque
               purple-colored, massive, ferociously tannic offering reveals scary concentration levels, huge dry extract, and technical numbers that are off the charts. Despite its impressive credentials, size,
               richness, and overall balance, it will close down after bottling, and re-emerge 10-15 years later. My conservative guess is that this gigantic, colossal St.-Emilion will be drinkable around
               2015-2020, and last for 40-50 years.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Great individuality and high quality bouquet, with noble truffle-like undertones on the nose and an imposing body. Easily the equal of many classified growths
               and better than Haut Sarpe or Fonplégade. (16 points)'

Red Wine       PETIT CHEVAL 2nd Wine of Chateau Cheval Blanc Saint-Emilion 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                              £69.95
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 92-94 points - 'Wonderful aromas of chocolate, spice and toasted oak. Full-bodied, with really fine tannins and a long, flavorful finish. Excellent for the second wine
               of Cheval-Blanc. Gorgeous.' James Suckling
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17.5 points - '50:50 Cabernet Franc:Merlot - comprises 30 per cent of total production at Cheval Blanc in 2005. Extremely deep crimson. Very very rich and flattering
               on the nose. Lovely dancing lively fruit on the front palate. Gorgeous already with quite a lot of freshness and acidity and a neat, dry finish. A little alcoholic on the finish. Already
               approachable - Pierre Lurton prefers it to Cheval Blanc at this stage. One of the most open, charming 2005s I've tasted. Great lift. 13.6 per cent. One is extremely aware of very ripe Merlot
               and gravelly terroir on the nose of this wine. Pounded raspberry note. Drink 2010-22'

Red Wine       PETIT CORBIN DESPAGNE 2nd Wine of Grand Corbin-Despagne 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                  £11.95
               This is one of the most amazing finds we have made from Saint-Emilion in many years. We were surprised by the intensity of black fruits and power on the nose and palate. Excellent
               structure, excellent balance and a simply wonderfully drinking wine.

Red Wine       VIRGINIE DE VALANDRAUD Saint-Emilion 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £23.95


               Saint-Estephe
Red Wine       CHATEAU COS D'ESTOURNEL 2ieme Cru Classe 1999 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £53.95
Red Wine       CHATEAU COS D'ESTOURNEL 2ieme Cru Classe Saint-Estephe 2002 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                   £89.95
               ROBERT PARKER (2005) 93 points 'One of the candidates for wine of the vintage, this beauty has a dense purple color to the rim and a classic, noble nose of graphite intermixed with black
               currant, spice box, licorice, and red and black fruits. Medium to full-bodied with exceptional precision and definition, this beautifully textured wine stands out as one of the most successful
               wines of this irregular vintage. A brilliant effort, it should be at its best between 2008 and 2020. '




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               Saint-Estephe
Red Wine       CHATEAU COS LABORY 5ieme Cru Classe Saint-Estephe 2005 Bottle - NEW (G)                                                                                                                   £24.95
               NEIL PINEL 8/10 - Our Saint-Estephe of the vintage, quality and value for money wise. Excellent ripe, black wine gums and cassis aromas and flavours, Clean, creamy with good depth and
               length. Very, very good !
               ROBERT PARKER ( 2008) 89 points 'One of the finest wines I have tasted from this estate, the 2005 Cos Labory exhibits a deep ruby/purple hue, aromas of road tar, blackberries, creme de
               cassis, forest floor, smoke, and graphite, medium to full body, and abundant tannin. It is a complete, dense effort with high tannins in the finish. Once the tannins melt away, it should
               represent an outstanding example of the vintage. Anticipated maturity: 2015-2030.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £44.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU FATIN Saint-Estephe 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £12.95
Red Wine       CHATEAU LAFON-ROCHET 4ieme Cru Classe Saint-Estephe 1990 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                       £46.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'The 1990, a stunning effort for this property, offers further proof of just how successful 1990 turned out to be for St.-Estephe. Very dark ruby, with a tightly
               knit nose of black fruits, this massively endowed wine is one of the most powerful and concentrated Lafon-Rochets I have tasted. Patience will be required with this offering. Anticipated
               maturity: 1998-2022.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU LAFON-ROCHET 4ieme Cru Classe Saint-Estephe 2004 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                       £39.95
               Owned by the same family as Pontet Canet and recent vintages here have been amongst the best ever. However, prices have remained reasonable. Deep colour, initially sweet and ripe with
               plenty of dense chewy fruit. Some firm tannic structure at the finish.
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Rich, dense black-red colour, smoky, slightly meaty (bacon) nose, but a very good violet/iris fragrance behind it, very good length, typical Saint-Estèphe
               structure and in the middle fine succulence of fruit. Drink 2011-25. (18 points)'

Red Wine       CHATEAU LES ORMES DE PEZ Cru Bourgeois Exceptionnel Saint-Estephe 1996 Bottle G                                                                                                           £26.95
               The Chateau, named after some very old elm trees which are no longer standing, dates back to the eighteenth century. The 35-hectare vineyard is located around the hamlet of Pez and is
               divided into two main plots, in the centre and to the north of the commune of Saint-Estephe.

Red Wine       CHATEAU PHELAN-SEGUR Saint-Estephe 1989 Bottle                                                                                                                                            £39.95
Red Wine       LES PAGODES DE COS 2nd Wine of Chateau Cos d'Estournel St-Estephe 04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                           £23.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Very deep colour, both floral and briary on the nose, with fleshy ripeness of fruit backed by firm Saint-Estéphe grip, classic Medoc. Drink 2009-18. (16.5
               points)'
               The second wine of `Super-Second' Cos d'Estournel that under the direction of the Jean-Guillaume Prats goes from strength to strength with every passing vintage. Drink now - 2010
               ROBERT PARKER 'Cos d’Estournel’s second wine has ratcheted up its quality. The crisp 2004 Les Pagodes de Cos offers notes of crushed rocks, flowers, and red as well as black fruits in a
               medium-bodied, streamlined, feminine style. Drink it over the next decade.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £44.95

Red Wine       LES PAGODES DE COS 2nd Wine of Chateau Cos d'Estournel St-Estephe 05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                           £27.95
               ROBERT PARKER (2008) 90 points 'The second wine, the 2005 Les Pagodes de Cos, is already delicious. Offering plenty of cedar, cappuccino, and black cherry notes in a medium-bodied,
               seamless style with no hard edges, it will provide plenty of pleasure over the next decade.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Black velvety red, fragrant and floral a really lovely epression of Saint-Estephe in an approachable form, long and supple. Drink 2009-16. (16.5 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £54.95

Red Wine       SAINT-ESTEPHE 'Selection' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £12.95


               Saint-Julien
Red Wine       CHATEAU BRANAIRE-DUCRU 4ieme Cru Classe Saint-Julien 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                      £23.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Very good colour, really lovely floral nose showing violets, iris over black fruits, very good extraction of ripe fruit and harmonious long finish, a fine wine
               with presence, charm and class. Drink 2010-25. (17.5 points)'
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'Possessing the finest aromatics of all the 2004 St.-Juliens, Branaire Ducru offers complex licorice, cranberry, boysenberry, and floral notes interwoven with
               notions of plums and figs. This dark ruby/purple-tinged, medium-bodied, elegant effort offers sweet fruit as well as ripe tannins. Give it 1-3 years of bottle age and drink it over the following
               14 -15.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £47.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU DUCRU-BEAUCAILLOU 2ieme Cru Classe Saint-Julien 1986 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £79.95
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points 'This wine remains backward, tannic, and in need of another 5 or more years of bottle age. The 1986 Ducru possesses a dark ruby color with purple nuances.
               Initially the bouquet is restrained, but with coaxing it reveals scents of lead pencil, sweet cranberry and black currant fruit nicely intertwined with aromas of steel, minerals, and earth. Rich
               and medium to full-bodied, but excruciatingly tannic, this is an intensely concentrated Ducru-Beaucaillou with formidable aging potential. Readers should note that 1986 is the first vintage
               where some bottles were marred by off-aromas of damp cardboard. The last three times I tasted the wine the bottles were totally pure, with no evidence of this disturbing irregularity.
               Anticipated maturity: 2002-2030. Last tasted 3/97'

Red Wine       CHATEAU DUCRU-BEAUCAILLOU 2ieme Cru Classe Saint-Julien 1996 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £92.45
               ROBERT PARKER 96 points 'I tasted the 1996 Ducru Beaucaillou on four separate occasions from bottle in January. The 1996 is long, with a deep mid-palate. It also reveals tannin in the
               finish. This wine is remarkable. It is muscular, concentrated, and classic. Bottled in late June, 1998, it exhibits a saturated ruby/purple color, as well as a knock-out nose of minerals, licorice,
               cassis, and an unmistakable lead pencil smell that I often associate with top vintages of Lafite-Rothschild. It is sweet and full-bodied, yet unbelievably rich with no sense of heaviness or
               flabbiness. The wine possesses high tannin, but it is extremely ripe, and the sweetness of the black currant, spice-tinged Cabernet Sauvignon fruit is pronounced. This profound, backward
               Ducru-Beaucaillou is a must purchase. It will be fascinating for readers who own the 1996 to follow the evolution of this exceptional vintage. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2035.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU DUCRU-BEAUCAILLOU 2ieme Cru Classe Saint-Julien 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £49.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** 'Huge colour, still almost black, massive extraction of very ripe Cabernet fruit, very expressive and fine tannins after a powerful palate, very good potential for
               the long term. Drink 2015-40. (18 points)'
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points 'One can’t say enough about the efforts Bruno Borie is pouring into this wonderful estate that I have often called the “Lafite Rothschild of St.-Julien.” An
               undeniable success, the 2004 Ducru boasts sweet aromas of creme de cassis, spring flowers, pain grille, licorice, and road tar. This pure, medium-bodied wine possesses moderately high
               tannin, superb concentration, good sweetness, and low acidity. Give it 2-3 years of cellaring and drink it over the following 25 years. '
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 92-94 points

Red Wine       CHATEAU LA CROIX DE BEAUCAILLOU 2nd Wine of Chateau Ducru-Beaucaillou 03 Magnum G                                                                                                         £34.95
               Very closed on the nose then an immediate impact of ripe cassis and blackberry fruit on the palate. Cigars and toasty oak on the finish which is long and well-balanced. Well done!
               DECANTER MAGAZINE: ***

Red Wine       CHATEAU LA CROIX DE BEAUCAILLOU 2nd Wine of Chateau Ducru-Beaucaillou 04 Bottle G                                                                                                         £17.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** 'Huge colour, big extraction producing great density of fruit, impressive for a second wine, not overly elegant. Drink 2008-6. (16 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £35.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU LA CROIX DE BEAUCAILLOU 2nd Wine of Chateau Ducru-Beaucaillou 05 Bottle G                                                                                                         £19.95
               ROBERT PARKER (2008) 91 points 'The second wine, the sensational 2005 Croix de Beaucaillou, is the finest example of this cuvee I have ever tasted. Sweet black raspberry and black
               cherry fruit aromas soar from the glass of this open-knit seductress. A dense ruby/purple color, beautiful full-bodied, lush, expansive flavors, low acidity, and sweet tannin suggest this lovely
               cuvee should be drunk over the next 12-13 years. It is an amazing sleeper of the vintage!'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Masses of colour, concentrated blackcurrant fruit, succulent, spicy and grippy, more depth than expected. Drink 2009-18. (16.5 points)'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17/20 - 'Produced from much lower-yielding vines than Lalande Borie. Scented, fragrant, soft, very fruity. Rather sumptuous - full and round and sweet. Drink 2015-22'
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 89-91 - 'Focused aromas of currants, berries and spices follow through to a full-bodied palate, with silky tannins and a long, balanced finish. Excellent second wine.' -
               James Suckling
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £41.95




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               Saint-Julien
Red Wine       CHATEAU LAGRANGE 3ieme Cru Classe Saint-Julien 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £24.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Very deep colour, good concentration of ripe black fruits, but quite floral and open on the nose, with good natural depth and quite firm tannins, but overall
               a charming elegant wine, with fine length, fruit and balance. Drink 2010-25. (17 points)'
               ROBERT PARKER 89 points 'This backward, tannic, strikingly oaky St.-Julien reveals a big structure as well as copious power and muscle, and a modern-styled combination of ripe fruit and
               new oak. While it requires a few years of bottle age to shed its cloak of tannin, and develop more Bordelais character, it possesses plenty of stuffing, and may turn out to be outstanding with
               additional time in bottle. Patience is warranted. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2025.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £49.95 & Double Magnum (300cl) £89.95

Red Wine       CHATEAU LEOVILLE POYFERRE 2ieme Cru Classe Saint-Julien 2004 Bottle - NEW(G)                                                                                                           £44.95
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points 'Along with Leoville Las Cases and a few others, this is among the stars of the appellation. Made in a more floral, supple, Margaux-like style, the deep
               ruby/purple-hued 2004 Leoville Poyferre exhibits sweet, broad flavours, and plenty of tannin lurking beneath the surface. However, the abundant cherry, black currant, liquorice, and smoke
               notes obscure the tannic clout. This rich, powerful, broad beauty should be drinkable in 2-3 years, and last for two decades'

Red Wine       CHATEAU LEOVILLE-BARTON 2ieme Cru Classe Saint-Julien 1997 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                  £43.50
Red Wine       CHATEAU LEOVILLE-BARTON 2ieme Cru Classe Saint-Julien 1999 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                       £64.95
Red Wine       CHATEAU LEOVILLE-LAS-CASES 2ieme Cru Classe Saint-Julien 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                               £59.95
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points 'Performing better from bottle than it did from cask, this blend of 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 13% Merlot, and 11% Cabernet Franc has put on weight over the
               last year. It exhibits the classic style of both Las Cases and St.-Julien in its deep black currant notes interwoven with sweet cherries, wet stones, and toasty vanillin. Made in a structured,
               medium to full-bodied style with superb concentration, beautiful purity, and admirable symmetry, this beauty is one of the strongest efforts of the vintage. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2028.'
               DECANTER MAGAZINE ***** - 'Fine deep colour, very expressive nose of fragrant, fresh, crunchy ripe berry fruit backed by a gravely elegance, great precision of fruit, great length and
               perfect balance, grand, classic wine. Drink 2015-40. (19 points)'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17.5 points               THE WINE SPECTATOR James Suckling 95-100 points

Red Wine       CLOS DE MARQUIS 2nd Wine of Chateau Leoville-las-Cases St-Julien 1989 Bottle                                                                                                           £45.95
Red Wine       CLOS DE MARQUIS 2nd Wine of Chateau Leoville-las-Cases St-Julien 1996 Bottle                                                                                                           £39.95
               Robert Parker 90 points '“A terrific Clos du Marquis, and clearly of second or third-growth quality, this dark purple-colored wine reveals structure, brooding backwardness, and rich,
               expansive character. The wine exhibits plenty of sweet kirsch black currant fruit intermixed with high quality, subtle new oak, and steely, mineral characteristics. Rich and medium to
               full-bodied, with ripe tannin, this is a dazzling Clos du Marquis.'

Red Wine       CLOS DE MARQUIS 2nd Wine of Chateau Leoville-las-Cases St-Julien 1997 Bottle                                                                                                           £26.95
               The Clos de Marquis, the second wine of chateau Leoville Las Cases, is without doubt one of the better second wines of Bordeaux. The same rigor applied to the Las Cases goes into
               making Clos de Marquis: very selective fruit, unimpeachable vinification, careful cellaring. The elegance, structure and charm of Clos de Marquis compares favorably to some of the Grand
               Cru classes of the Medoc.
               Already evolved this dark ruby/purple-colored wine offers an excellent berry-scented nose intermixed with dried herbs, earth, and sweet oak. It possesses medium body, low acidity,
               excellent concentration, and a nicely layered and nuanced finish. Anticipated maturity: now-2012.

Red Wine       CLOS DE MARQUIS 2nd Wine of Chateau Leoville-las-Cases St-Julien 2005 Bottle                                                                                                           £34.95
               THE WINE ADVOCATE 89-91 points - 'As usual, this estate’s second wine, the 2005 Clos du Marquis, is top-flight. Possessing more alcohol than the grand vin (13.45%), it offers gorgeous
               purity, plenty of red and black fruits, and a style similar to its more famous sibling. Anticipated maturity: 2015-2035.' Robert Parker
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 92-94 points - This is very solid, with currants, minerals and berries on the nose and palate. Full-bodied, with silky tannins and a long, flavorful finish. Lots of licorice
               and cassis. Tight. Always excellent in top vintages.' James Suckling
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Dense colour, soft and spicy with lots of charm, supple fruit, balance and purity, more forward style than usual. Drink 2010-18. (16.5 points)'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £69.95

Red Wine       CONNETABLE DE TALBOT 2nd Wine of Chateau Talbot Saint-Julien 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                           £26.50
               Second Wine from Château Talbot. Chateau Talbot was named after Connetable Talbot, the English commander who was a hero of the battle of Castillon in 1453. The second wine of this
               Fourth Classed growth property takes his entire name. Now owned by the Cordier family, traditional methods are used alongside modern ones to ensure the quality and reguarity of
               production.

Red Wine       LES FIEFS DE LAGRANGE 2nd Wine of Chateau Lagrange 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                     £24.95
               This second wine of Château Lagrange, simpler and more affordable in all ways, does not get any less attention than the Grand Vin. Ready to drink when young, it has great spontaneity and
               characteristics of the Domaine. The expression of the exceptional terroir of the Domaine is enhanced by the careful ageing in barrels; a proportion of which are new. This reveals aromas
               of woodland fruits and spices.

Red Wine       LES FIEFS DE LAGRANGE 2nd Wine of Chateau Lagrange 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                     £16.95
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £34.95

Red Wine       LES FIEFS DE LAGRANGE 2nd Wine of Chateau Lagrange 2005 Bottle G                                                                                                                       £16.95
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £34.95

Red Wine       SAINT-JULIEN 'Selection' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £12.95


               Sauternes/Barsac
Dessert Wine   CARMES DE RIEUSSEC Sauternes 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £19.95
               The second wine of Chateau Rieussec Carmes de Rieussec is selected according to the same standards as the first wine. Its constant feature is centred on a fine aromatic structure
               dominated by citrus aromas. The name, Carmes de Rieussec, relates to the monks of the Carmes de Langon, who were owners of the Rieussec estate in the 18th century.
               A blend of Semillon 85%, Sauvignon Blanc 10% and a little Muscadelle 5% this wine has spent 18 months in barrel. This is an intense golden yellow coloured wine that is showing preserved
               fruit on the nose, with hints of apricot. The nose develops on the palate as the range of flavours deliver a harmonious well-rounded first impression.

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU CLIMENS Barsac 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £44.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE ***** 'At Yquem one could taste an indicative sample, but here I tasted nine Lots from two of the four tries which will represent 54% of the final blend! So we can
               only speak of a 'potential' five stars. The average is between 110-120 grams per litre of residual sugar and 14% alcohol. The impression, overall, is of great complex richness and a lovely
               freshness and intensity. Promises a classic Climens after the monster 2003 (160 grams residual). (18.75 points)'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 18 points 'As usual, the blend is not yet made. Bérénice Lurton was showing her visitors up to 15 different lots picked between 27 sep and 12 oct, but they were very
               promising with the usual miraculously satin texture. Very fat and satisfying for the vintage.'

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU COUTET Barsac 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £33.95
               **** A superb working of the natural botrytis phenomenom. The balance between acidity and alcohol is excellent. The wine is rich, fresh, complex, long, ample and fatty, marked by aromas
               and falvours of passionfruit.
               DECANTER (2001) **** 'Lovely lanolin fruitiness and citric freshness. On the palate it is very fresh, with good rich concentrated fruit and a very long flavour. This is classic Barsac style.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £16.95

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU COUTET Barsac 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £26.95
               ROBERT PARKER 93-96 points 'It is against my better judgment to taste the sweet wines of Barsac and Sauternes at such an early age, as I find they typically require at least 12 months to
               reveal the definition/delineation so essential in these creamy, creme brulee, and honeysuckle-flavored offerings. Nevertheless, because this vintage is so highly regarded, I tasted through most
               of the top estates. The 2003s appear to be somewhat in the style of the 1990s, with high levels of residual sugar (higher than 2001 for the most part) as well as botrytis, low acidity, and fat,
               full-bodied personalities. This region’s harvest began extremely early (early September), and was completely finished within three weeks. It does not appear that the nobleness and racy
               richness of the 2001 vintage will be found in the 2003s, but readers who like the big, flamboyant, over the top style of the 1990s will enjoy the 2003s even more than I did. '
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £13.95

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU COUTET Barsac 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £23.45
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17.5 points 'Mid copper. Serious botrytised wine on the nose with satisfyingly savoury notes. Rich and nuanced with extremely lively acidity and good length. Grownup
               wine. Long. A bit toasty.'
               WINE SPECTATOR 89-91 points 'A balanced sweetie with dried lemon, honey and apple character on the nose and palate. Medium- to full-bodied and medium sweet, with a medium finish.
               Almost austere.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £12.95


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               Sauternes/Barsac
Dessert Wine   CHATEAU COUTET Barsac 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                    £34.95
               THE WINE SPECTATOR (James Suckling) 92-94 points - 'Intense aromas of honey, spice and candied lemons. Full-bodied, very sweet and dense, with a syrupy mouthfeel and a long finish.
               This is very concentrated. Almost classic quality.'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 19/20 - 'Hint of bronze, blossomy on the nose. Very full and intense and has absolutely MASSES of weight. Unmissable. You could slice this in two. Most impressive.
               This should live for almost ever. Very neat finish. Acidity well hidden. Drink 2018–35'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £16.95

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU D'YQUEM 1iere Grand Cru Classe Sauternes 1994 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                      £154.95
               Everything thing comes to those who wait, and it was not until the beginning of October in a race against time that the berries of Semillion and Sauvignon attacked by botrytis were
               delicately harvested. In the hands of the cellar master these fruit globes were transformed into a golden river. Waves of deliciously concentrated essences a fragrant voyage upon notes of
               flowers, acacia and gingerbread. A tidal wave of powerful, fat candied fruit flavours, flooding the palate.
               WINEMAKER'S NOTES - 'Rich, opulent concentrated and full-bodied. Medium gold with a honeyed, oaky, flowery, tropical fruit bouquet, magnificent and unique.'

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU D'YQUEM 1iere Grand Cru Classe Sauternes 1995 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                      £199.95
               EXCEPTIONAL - A powerful vintage with a length rarely achieved, Yquem 1995 is the result of the meticulous selection of the Sémillon and Sauvingon in their 'full rot' stage, a model of
               concentration and of potential alcohol. Quince, figs, jam, raisin and honey aromas dominate. Oranges and mandarines linger on the palate with impressive persistence. A perfect equilibrium
               between alcohol, acidity and sweetness take the 1995 to the top of the best Yquems ever produced, simply projecting this vintage forward into eternity. Unequalled, unreal, unique.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £135.00

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU D'YQUEM 1iere Grand Cru Classe Sauternes 1996 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                      £184.95
               This wonderful 1996 offering from Yquem is a beautiful golden yellow that speaks of home-made marmalade, candied fruits and fresh cut flowers. The wine is fresh yet intense, with beautiful
               balance and a sugary concentrated flavour. It has all the hallmarks of a classic Yquem and will have for a very long time!
               ROBERT PARKER 95 points 'Compared with the flamboyant aromatics of the 1997, Yquem's 1996 plays it closer to the vest, although there is a lot going on. Light gold with a tight but
               promising nose of roasted hazelnuts intermixed with creme brulee, vanilla beans, honey, orange marmalade, and peaches, this medium to full-bodied offering reveals loads of power in its
               restrained, measured personality. There is admirable acidity, weight, texture, and purity in this impeccably made Yquem. However, patience will be a virtue. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2060.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £92.50

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU D'YQUEM 1iere Grand Cru Classe Sauternes 1997 Half (G)                                                                                                                        £149.50
               Producing a great vintage Sauternes is no easy matter. You need fine weather, but there must be rain to relieve the dryness; you need heat, but this needs to be balanced by coolness.
               Everything needs to happen at just the right moment and that doesn't happen very often!
               ROBERT PARKER 96 points 'A sensational Yquem, 1997 may be this estate's finest effort since 1990 (although I would not discount the 1996 turning out to be nearly as good). The 1997's
               light gold color is accompanied a gorgeous perfume of caramel, honeysuckle, peach, apricot, and smoky wood. Full-bodied and unctuously-textured, with good underlying acidity as well as
               loads of sweetness and glycerin, it looks to be a great vintage for this renowned Sauternes estate. Anticipated maturity: 2005-2055.'

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU D'YQUEM 1iere Grand Cru Classe Sauternes 2001 Half (G)                                                                                                                        £235.00
               Producing a great vintage Sauternes is no easy matter. You need fine weather, but there must be rain to relieve the dryness; you need heat, but this needs to be balanced by coolness.
               Everything needs to happen at just the right moment and that doesn't happen very often!
               ROBERT PARKER 100 points 'There are 10,000 cases of this perfect sweet white Bordeaux. The 2001 Yquem reveals a hint of green in its light gold color. While somewhat reticent
               aromatically, with airing, it offers up honeyed tropical fruit, orange marmalade, pineapple, sweet creme brulee, and buttered nut-like scents. In the mouth, it is full-bodied with gorgeously
               refreshing acidity as well as massive concentration and unctuosity. Everything is uplifted and given laser-like focus by refreshing acidity. This large-scaled, youthful Yquem appears set to take
               its place among the most legendary vintages of the past, and will age effortlessly for 75+ years. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2100+.'

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU D'YQUEM 1iere Grand Cru Classe Sauternes 2003 Half (G)                                                                                                                          £89.95
               We had the great chance to taste this superbe wine en primeur at the château at the end of April. And we discovered an Yquem 2003 showing an indisputable superiority on all of the
               botrytised sweet white wines... even though 2003 is incredible for all of the Sauternes appellation. Yquem is the perfect balance between all the elements that make a wine THE wine for
               eternity.
               ROBERT PARKER 94-96 points

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU DE FARGUES Sauternes 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £54.95
               This vintage is exceptionnal and indispensable for your wine cellar, except for the dry and sweet white wines, for which the quality varies. This century is finishing well for amateurs of great
               red Bordeaux and investors of great wines. The winter and Spring were mild, it rained a lot in June and July but the vintage was saved thanks to a great month of August and September. The
               result is sublime Merlot wines as well as sensational Cabernet Sauvignon. The dry white wines are watery and vegetal, giving an impression of harvesting taking place too early. To be
               avoided. The vintage was difficult for Sauterne wines, which were tried too early en primeur, giving an impression of unfinished wines, with poor botrytis and most of all, over-maturation or
               raisining. A lack of style in many cases.

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU DE MALLE Sauternes 2004 Half (G)                                                                                                                                                £15.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** 'A bouquet with lovely rich complex fruitiness, then lovely unctuous richness; peaches, oranges and lemons combining weight and freshness; another great
               success here. (17 points)'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 'Dark copper. Powerful botrytis nose – quite tense and very intense too. Excellent vegetal notes. One of the richest wines – medicinally restorative – but with excellent
               acid balance. Extremely difficult to spit. Full of life and interest. Long and reverberating'
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 'A solid wine with lemon rind and caramel character. Full-bodied and rich. Sweet and long. Always well done'

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU DOISY-DAENE Barsac 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £27.95
               ROBERT PARKER 'Honeyed pineapple is the dominant aroma and flavor of this light gold-colored 2000. It also reveals good ripeness, plenty of fruit, and an unctuous texture. Anticipated
               maturity: Now-2011.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £15.95

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU DOISY-DAENE Barsac 2005 Half - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                 £12.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'The nose has that lovely fruit acidity of a great German Riesling Auslese. The wine is very complex and fresh; length and real class without great weight but
               so much finesse that this could almost be five stars. This is the sort of wine Denis Dubourdieu and his father Pierre want to make.' David Peppercorn
               JANCIS ROBINSON 18/20 - 'Sweet and round. Very flattering and charming. Lovely texture and freshness. Quite delicate and certainly wonderfully appetising. One of the few 2005s that
               could be served before a meal??? Long, neat. Not as full and sweet as some but very well judged. No enormous weight of sugar but very zesty. Drink 2014-26'
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 95-100 - 'This is fantastic, with masses of sweet fruit. Passion fruit, caramel and apple--this has it all. Full and sweet. Extremely serious for this estate.' James
               Suckling

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU DOISY-VEDRINES Sauternes 2005 Half - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                           £11.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - Again, a good wine from a very consistent producer. There is good, medium weight, concentration and finesse. Persistence of flavour and freshness and style,
               with a creamy texture as an extra plus. Plenty to enjoy here.' David Peppercorn
               JANCIS ROBINSON 17/20 - 'Some sulfides on the nose suppress the aromas. Very, very sweet palate entry and then lime green fruit sensation. Lots here - a very ambitious wine that is
               nowhere near ready. Needs lots of time. Drink 2018-30' Jancis Robinson
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 92-94 - 'Dried pineapples with honey and flowers. Full-bodied and medium-sweet, with fresh acidity and a spicy finish.' James Suckling

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU FILHOT Barsac 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £21.95
               ROBERT PARKER 'This light green/gold-colored, medium-bodied, moderately sweet 2000 exhibits straightforward pear, pineapple, and peach flavors in its simple, one-dimensional
               personality. Drink it over the next 7-8 years.'

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU FILHOT Barsac 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                    £17.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'This cru now seems to have rediscovered its consistency and undoubted class. There is a lovely, scented freshness and the flavour shows richness,
               sweetness and length on the finish. A very stylish wine.' David Peppercorn
               JANCIS ROBINSON 16/20 - Dominant impression is of green fruit acidity but quite good depth of sweetness and considerable astringency. Chewy and sappy and zappy. Drink 2015-28'
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 92-94 - 'Gorgeous aromas of dried pineapple and apricot follow through to a full-bodied palate, with sweet fruit and a long, long finish. Best ever from here?' James
               Suckling
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £8.95

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU GUIRAUD Sauternes 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                £34.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'While we wait to hear who the new owner will be, Xavier Planty has made another superb wine, very close to being five stars at this early stage. The wine
               is very perfumed with lovely concentration and imposing length, fruit and elegance.' David Peppercorn
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 95-100 - 'Thick and spicy, with loads of dried pineapple, lemon and honey character. Full-bodied, very sweet and long. This is layered and beautiful.' James Suckling
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £17.95



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               Sauternes/Barsac
Dessert Wine   CHATEAU LA TOUR BLANCHE Sauternes 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                     £34.95
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £16.95

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU LAFAURIE PEYRAGUEY Sauternes 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £29.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE ***** 'The scent of orange blossom, freshness and elegance on nose. A flavour of buttery richness, married to lovely citrus fruit acidity and complexity; the best
               Lafaurie for some time. (18.75 points)'
               JANCIS ROBINSON 'Dark coppery gold. Fresh, clean, pretty nose. Crème patissière nose. Very full and ripe – concentrated with some refreshing neatness on the finish. Very lively, then
               tight and well balanced.'
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 'This is impressive with loads of ripe fruit and spicy botrytis character. Full-bodied, very sweet and long. Very well done.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £14.95

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU RAYNE-VIGNEAU Sauternes 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                       £26.95
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £13.95

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU RIEUSSEC Sauternes 1988 Half (G)                                                                                                                                             £34.95
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points 'The 1988 remains a very backward wine. Full-bodied and powerful, extremely rich and dense, it may be the least evolved 1988. The nose offers enticing
               coconut, orange, vanilla, and honeyed scents. The flavors are highly extracted. The wine's acidity and youthfulness suggest this wine needs another 5-10 years of cellaring. It should keep for
               30 years.'

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU RIEUSSEC Sauternes 2001 Half (G)                                                                                                                                             £57.50
               ROBERT PARKER 99 points 'A monumental effort, the 2001 Rieussec boasts a light to medium gold color in addition to a fabulous perfume of honeysuckle, smoky oak, caramelized tropical
               fruits, creme brulee, and Grand Marnier. The wine is massive and full-bodied yet neither over the top nor heavy because of good acidity. With intense botrytis as well as a 70-75-second
               finish, this amazing Sauternes will be its apogee between 2010-2035.'

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU RIEUSSEC Sauternes 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                            £45.00
Dessert Wine   CHATEAU SUDUIRAUT Sauternes 1995 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                                          £64.95
               It was the Suduiraut family that restored the vineyard to its original splendour after it was destroyed in the 16th century by the Duc d'Epernon. In the 17th and 18th centuries they built a
               new chateau, replanted the vineyard, and had a park laid by Le Notre. Since 1992 the estate has been owned by the AXA Insurance company who in 1991, 1992 and 1993 made no wine at
               all. The wine has a golden colour and an expansive bouquet of fruit, flowers and toasted oak.

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU SUDUIRAUT Sauternes 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                           £42.95
               DECANTER MAGAZINE ***** - 'The improvement here continues unabated. The nose shows a terrific perfume and unctuousness plus great breed. The wine has great concentration and
               opulent fruit - a glorious wine with a wonderfully honeyed finish.' David Peppercorn
               JANCIS ROBINSON 18+/20 - 'Greenish notes in the gold. Dense and nutty on the nose. Very positive palate impact and attack. Layers of flavour – a little note of brûlée but interesting.
               Very well done. Really zesty acidity as well as neat and satisfying sweetness even if this is far from the sweetest wine of the vintage. Brisk and neat. Drink 2015-28'
               THE WINE SPECTATOR 95-100 - 'Loads of pear and honey character follow through to a full-bodied palate, with lots of spicy character and a sweet, long finish. Very, very spicy on the
               finish. Better than 2003, but will it ultimately be better than 2001?' James Suckling
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £22.95

Dessert Wine   CHATEAU TOUR DE MIRAMBEAU Liquoreux Bordeaux 2003 Half (G)                                                                                                                           £11.95
               The ancient “Tour de Mirambeau” (Mirambeau’s Tower), built amongst vines that dominate the Dordogne River, gave its name to the family’s oldest wine estate. This was where Jean-Louis
               Despagne first built the reputation of Despagne wines and wine estates.
               At Mirambeau they pay great attention to detail in the fields of both vine-growing and wine-making and their “Sémillon Noble” sweet wine – well, that’s one of the family’s best-kept secrets!

Dessert Wine   LA CHAPELLE DE LAFAURIE Sauternes 1999 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £13.95
Dessert Wine   LA CHAPELLE DE LAFAURIE Sauternes 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £14.95
Dessert Wine   LA CHAPELLE DE LAFAURIE Sauternes 2002 Half (G)                                                                                                                                          £8.25




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Sparkling Wine   MARQUIS DE LA TOUR Brut 'Cuvee Close' N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £4.95

                 Auxey-Duresses
White Wine       COMTE ARMAND Auxey-Duresses Blanc 1er Cru (White) 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £19.95
Red Wine         COMTE ARMAND Auxey-Duresses Rouge 1er Cru (Red) 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £22.95
                 The domaine, which is now totally biodynamic, totals 11 hectares, 5 hectares of which are the magnificent 1er Cru monopole Clos des Epenaux, responsible for the deepest, richest,
                 intensely concentrated and longest lived wines in Pommard.
                 Medium to dark ruby-colored and sporting a nose of waxy black cherries, this wine is dense and medium-bodied. Loads of sweet blackberries, cassis liqueur, tar, and licorice can be found in
                 this expressive, well-structured wine’s character. Its firm, tannin-packed finish will require some patience. Drink it between 2008 and 2015.

White Wine       JEAN-PHILIPPE FICHET Auxey-Duresses Blanc (White) 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £20.95
                 Almost sweet ripe fruit with lovely integration of oak as well as the characteristic Fichet zing and freshness. Really charming and with the usual finesse.


                 Beaune
Red Wine         ARNOUX PERE & FILS Beaune 1er Cru 'En Genets' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £19.95
                 Situated north of the capital of Burgundy on the top of the 'Clos du Roi' , 'En genet' is a small plot covering about one hectare where the soil is brown chalk mixed with clay and sand.
                 This wine, displays beautiful cassiss fruit with underlying raspberry notes on the nose and palate. Superb finesse and well structured with spicy/peppery fruit and a clean, long finish. Very
                 enjoyable now.

Red Wine         HENRI BOILLOT Beaune 1er Cru 'Clos du Roi' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £34.95
                 This Cru on the border of Savigny displays deeply concentrated fruit; owing to a respectably low yield of 35hl/ha and the excellent conditions in 2005. The palate is succulent with some
                 finely tuned tannins and refreshing structure. This added to some floral notes on the nose gives the wine an unquestionable elegance. An intense and serious wine. Drink 2009 to 2012

Red Wine         HENRI BOILLOT Beaune 1er Cru 'Epenottes' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £34.95
                 On the border of Pommard, this Cru usually takes on the serious character of its neighbour. The 2005 clearly has a deep structure yet the tannins are ripe and sweet and infused with
                 intense dark black fruits. The finish is very complex with some spicy hints. Drink 2009 to 2015

Red Wine         JEAN-CLAUDE BOISSET Beaune 1er Cru 'Bressandes' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £29.95
                 The wine has a fairly deep colour, with garnet reflections and a nose hiding discreet woodiness, with dark berry aromas. In the mouth the framework is dense but constructed around silky
                 tannins, lending this wine an exquisite elegance. Definitely one of Beaune's finest wines that will keep for 10 years or longer and is perfect with game, of course, but also with foods such as
                 sautéed veal, roasted pork or skewered guinea-fowl.

Red Wine         JEAN-CLAUDE BOISSET Beaune 1er Cru 'Les Greves' 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                             £24.95


                 Bonnes Mares
Red Wine         COMTE DE VOGUE Bonnes Mares Grand Cru 1994 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £115.00
                 Domaine Comte de Vogüé can trace its history back to 1450 and is the greatest estate in Chambolle Musigny. The domaine owns a staggering 7.25 hectares of the fabled Le Musigny
                 vineyard which constitutes 80% of the whole site. Under the aegis of estate manager Jean-Luc Pepin, with winemaker François Millet and the aptly named Eric Bourgogne in the vineyards,
                 this domaine currently cannot put a foot wrong; it ranks amongst the very best Burgundy houses. The average age of vines in Le Musigny is 40 years old and all is labelled as Vieilles Vignes.
                 This is Red Burgundy at its sublime best - marvellously perfumed, rich, ripe fruit, perfectly balanced and exquisitely harmonious. The best wines will keep for up to 50 years.

Red Wine         COMTE DE VOGUE Bonnes Mares Grand Cru 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £125.00
                 ROBERT PARKER 91 points 'Aromatically, the 2000 Bonnes Mares bursts with spices and blackberries. Notes of cedar are intermingled with spiced coffee cake, chocolate-covered cherries,
                 and blackberries in its generous, delectable personality. This well-balanced and structured wine improved with air during our tasting. Projected maturity: now-2012. The 2000 vintage is yet
                 another success story at Domaine du Comte Georges de Vogue. After having performed an evasivage (the removal of excess buds after flowering), the Vogue team still believed they had
                 too much fruit on the vines and dropped half of the bunches prior to veraison as they did in 2001. In the end, they harvested a moderate 30 hectoliters per hectares in a vintage where their
                 neighbors set records. According to Millet, the fact that the yields were kept under control also served to ensure a “very healthy” harvest.'

Red Wine         COMTE DE VOGUE Bonnes-Mares Grand Cru 1997 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £109.95
                 ROBERT PARKER 91-93 points 'The ruby-colored 1997 Bonnes Mares has huge aromatic depth to its stone, earth, perfume, and candied blackberry/cherry-scented nose. This is a broad,
                 masculine, muscular, and expansive wine, with a wild (sauvage) streak in its structured personality. This powerful wine possesses the required frame to stand up to moderate cellaring.
                 Projected maturity: 2001-2010.'

Red Wine         COMTE DE VOGUE Bonnes-Mares Grand Cru 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £135.00
                 ROBERT PARKER 89-91 points 'Blackberries and a myriad of spices are found in the nose of the light to medium-bodied 2001 Bonnes Mares. Satin-textured and broad shouldered on the
                 attack, this wine reveals outstanding depth to its blackberry and blueberry-flavored character. Its dark fruit-laden finish displays a firm, woody tannin-laced characteristic. Drink it over the
                 next 7 years. According to Francois Millet, this famed estate’s highly talented winemaker, 2001 was a vintage that wished to produce high yields. “We dropped half the fruit before veraison
                 (when the grapes change color), yet harvested 35 hectoliters per hectare, a high yield for this domaine.” Burgundy’s resident poet, Millet stated that “2001's fruit is its sensuality, the acidity is
                 its conscience and soul.” While my pragmatic mind is incapable of understanding the meaning of his words, it is clear that Millet fashioned some of the finest red Burgundies produced in
                 2001.'

Red Wine         VINCENT GIRARDIN Bonnes Mares Grand Cru 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £54.95

                 Bourgogne A.O.C.
White Wine       DOMAINE DES MALANDES Bourgogne Blanc 2006 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                            £7.95
                 In the matter of wine-making, Domaine des Malandes' main objective consists in leaving a maximum of possibilities to the soil to express itself.
                 Chablis has the good fortune of possessing a unique type of soil called Kimmeridgian which confers to its wine its mineral and vivid tastes.
                 Constantly during the vegetative period, the Domaine des Malandes' team controls the vine's foliage and fruit, and uses effectively the integrated pest management. So when harvest time
                 arrives, the grapes reach optimal maturities and qualities. In the cellar, a lot of care is taken of vinification. Jean-Bernard Marchive's interventions as a wine-maker do not mark the wines but
                 on the contrary leave them a chance of asserting their own character.

White Wine       JEAN-CLAUDE BOISSET Bourgogne Chardonnay 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £9.75
                 This wine has an attractive clear yellow in colour with crystalline reflections, and has a very refined nose with notes of white flowers. It is round and delicate in the mouth, with a polished
                 acidity which lends freshness and purity.
                 This is our first glimpse at the highly rated 2005 vintage, and underlines why so many people are excited about these wines.
                 For the first time, this wine is sealed under stelvin to ensure it reaches you in perfect condition.

Red Wine         JEAN-CLAUDE BOISSET Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £9.75
                 With this wine Gregory went for a much shorter maceration in order to avoid the extraction of the bitter, harsh tannins that were present, in abundance, in the thickened Pinot Noir skins,
                 following the scorching summer. This has given way to a wine with great fruit and this entry-level Bourgogne Pinot Noir has to be one of the best wines of the appellation on the market
                 today, with its lovely colour and vibrant, forward perfume of black cherries.

White Wine       MICHEL BOUZEREAU Bourgogne Blanc 2002/03 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £12.95
                 Jean-Baptiste Bouzereau and father Michel make some of the best value Meursaults on offer, wines which are very typical of their appellation. They develop into the buttery, nutty style with
                 just a few years bottle age. Tessons once again shows its class as a lieu-dit, almost worthy of premier cru status, while the big guns, Charmes and Genevrières are excellent value. However,
                 the Bourgogne Blanc is an excellent entry into the world of these delicious wines. The 2002 shows pale yellow straw, with intriguing peach kernel and ripe apple aromas on the nose. The
                 palate is surprisingly concentrated, mineral and dense for a Bourgogne Blanc and with a very good length. Already drinking extremely well, this wine is perfect on its own or with many
                 chicken and fish dishes.

Red Wine         PAUL JACQUESON Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £9.45
                 This domaine has long been recognised as one of the finest in the Cote Chalonnaise and its wines adorn the lists of many of FranceÕs finest restaurants. Extremely proficient winemaking
                 and judicious use of new oak make for beautifully crafted, ripe, intense wines which have the class to belie their origins. Their wines are lightly fined but not filtered.



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               Bourgogne A.O.C.
Red Wine       SYLVIE ESMONIN Bourgogne Rouge 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                £11.45
               ROBERT PARKER 89-90 points '...Aromas of blackberry and cherry with suggestions of flowers and incense, wood smoke and brown spices lead to an almost shockingly bright, tart,
               fresh-fruited palate attack. Hints of cherry pit and savory, salty mineral and animal suggestions lend complexity to a finish of surprising richness and length, undergirded with fine tannins. One
               could scarcely ask for a more distinctive or much better “mere” Bourgogne, nor for a more outstanding value in red Burgundy...'

White Wine     VINCENT GIRARDIN Bourgone Blanc 'Cuvee Saint-Vincent' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                        £10.75
Red Wine       VINCENT GIRARDIN Bourgone Rouge 'Cuvee Saint-Vincent' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                     £10.95
               This is Vincent Girardin's the "Côte de Beaune's golden boy", entry-level Bourgogne Pinot Noir, lovely colour, with a vibrant, and forward perfume of black cherries.



               Bourgogne Aligote
White Wine     PAUL JACQUESON Bourgogne Aligote 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £9.95
               Intriguingly fine, crisp even buttery. “serve blind” and think you’re drinking Grand Cru! Slight exaggeration but Paul Jacqueson always gives us blind and we forget he makes Aligote and we
               think it is a Rully. Too good to mix in with Cassis.

White Wine     VINCENT DUREUIL-JANTHIAL Bourgogne Aligote 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £8.45
               The Aligoté grape has a long history in Bourgogne. A fairly vigorous white grape, its berries are larger and more numerous than those of the Chardonnay and, consequently, it is
               higher-yielding. It can be found almost anywhere in soils which, though good for vines, suit neither the Pinot Noir nor the Chardonnay.
               The wine made from it isn't sold under the name of the village where it is grown (with the sole exception of Bouzeron), but goes under the official name Bourgogne Aligoté. It can also
               provide one of the ingredients for sparkling Crémant de Bourgogne.


               Chablis
White Wine     BILLAUD SIMON Chablis 2005/06 Bottle (G))                                                                                                                                                    £11.95
               Bernard Billaud and his nephew Samuel produce some of the very best examples of Chablis today. The domaine has 20 hectares of vines in some of the best sites in the appellation, including
               the Premiers Crus, Mont de Millieu and Vaillons and the Grands Crus, Blanchot, Les Clos and Les Preuses.
               Rich, pure Chardonnay with a fresh limey perfume, though still a bit of a youngster it is starting to open out.
               This chablis is one of Decanter Wine Magazines BEST VALUE CHABLIS - A classic peachy example with good depth and acidity. A very good wine.

White Wine     CHRISTIAN MOREAU Chablis 1er Cru 'Vaillon' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £16.95
               This vineyard is located in the very heart of the Chablis country, on the left bank of the Serein River and it benefits from an excellent south-easterly exposure. The soil is made up of
               kimmeridgien clay, a soil specific to the Chablis region. It is rich in fossil shells of a small oyster, Exogyra virgula, frequently found in the Chablis soil. The average age of the vines is 50 years
               and all harvesting is done by hand, carried by small trailers which unload the grapes by vibration to avoid crushing.
               The wine has an attractive, light, nutty, floral, melon, red apple, chalky citrus nose. It is ripe, round, elegant and juicy with lemon, smoky, red apple, peach pit, butter and lees flavours. A bit
               lean on the finish but great balance and finesse.
               DECANTER MAGAZINE *****

White Wine     CHRISTIAN MOREAU Chablis Grand Cru 'Les Clos' (NOT HOSPICES) 05/06 Bottle G                                                                                                                  £28.95
               The greatest vineyard in Chablis has produced a robust wine in 2004 capable of ageing gracefully for many years with the depth and power of a top Cote de Beaune. The vineyard slopes,
               like those of all the Grands Crus vines, are located on the right bank of the Serein River, with a southerly exposure. The soil is very rocky with white, dense kimmeridgien clay and the vines
               have an average age of 55 years. Harvested and sorted by handing table to eliminate unripe or damaged grapes being used the wine is finally part-aged in oak old barrels for a period of six
               months. Natural tartaric stabilisation after 12 months of aging. Although rich, full-bodied and buttery this fantastic wine still manage to retain a steeliness, raciness and purity of fruit which
               are the hallmarks of classic Chablis.

White Wine     CHRISTIAN MOREAU Chablis Grand Cru 'Les Clos' Clos des Hospices 2005 (G)                                                                                                                     £36.95
               A Moreau family exclusivity from with-in the Grand cru Les Clos. This small plot of Grand cru was purchased from the Hospice in Chablis in 1904. From vines aged 25 years old. Powerful
               but reticent aromas of citrus peel and crushed stone. Distinctly fatter and sweeter but quite stony in the mouth, then dry on the back, even austere. This seems sweet, notes Christian
               Moreau, but it's actually very low in residual sugar. Serious, backward wine, finishing stony and quite dry. I'd give this at least five years. The Clos des Hospices, located low on the hill and
               therefore featuring a bit more humidity, normally does best in dry years like 2003 and 2005, notes Moreau.

White Wine     CHRISTIAN MOREAU Chablis Grand Cru 'Valmur' 2006 Bottle                                                                                                                                      £26.95
White Wine     COLLETTE GROS Chablis 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £10.45
               The Gautheron family has been cultivating vines in Chablis for five generations. This estate makes classic Chablis with a clear light gold colour, glinting with emerald green. In the mouth the
               wine is dry as apple-parings and steely with perhaps just a delicate hint of violets and mint.Well-balanced with lively acidity, the mouth presents notes of hazelnut and biscuits which add a
               certain charm and lenght to the finish.
               If ever a wine smacked of the teroir:the hard white limestone and Kimmeridgean soils, if ever a wine seemed to be a combination of light, stone and water, bright, unyielding and limpid, then
               Chablis describes that wine.That swathe of acidity will carve through and wash down myriad dishes:from seafood to andouillette Chablisienne, snails, curried lamb, fish with sorrel or Comte.

White Wine     DOMAINE DES MALANDES Chablis Vieilles-Vignes 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £10.25
               This Chablis 'Vieilles Vignes' from the valley below the 1er Cru vineyards of Vaudesir is a harmonious wine with fine silky flavours and a palate-cleansing vigour. The vines that produce the
               grapes for this wine are 50 year sold and they produce a wine that is concentrated, mineral and pure.
               This cuvee is one of Decanter Wine Magazines BEST VALUE CHABLIS - Profound and minerally. Delicious fruit.

White Wine     DOMAINE DES MALANDES Chablis 1er Cru 'Cote de Lechet' 1998 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                        £29.95
White Wine     DOMAINE DES MALANDES Chablis 1er Cru 'Cote de Lechet' 1999 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                        £29.95
White Wine     DOMAINE DES MALANDES Chablis 1er Cru 'Cote de Lechet' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                        £12.65
               The vineryards which produce the finer wines in Chablis are designated "Premier Cru" and the Chablis 1er Cru 'Cote de Lechet' is a very good example of such a wine. Its typical minerality
               and wonderful elegance are a reflection of the soil and subsoil of the region. This wine is 'to-the-point', delicate with a good progression of fresh aromas such as grapefruit and white fruit
               skins.
               DECANTER **** - 'Another elegant wine with a firm flinty nose and palate, and balancing acidity. Keep at least five years.' & 'one of Chablis Key players - Fine quality here; very clean pure
               wines.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £6.95 & Magnum £28.95

White Wine     DOMAINE DES MALANDES Chablis 1er Cru 'Vau de Vey' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £12.65
               The 1er cru of Vau de Vey is located on a very steep slop facing East with a chalky and clayey soil. The subsoil of this 1er cru brings a certain character to the wine, which has allowed it to
               win several medals. When young, the Vau de Vey invariably expresses white flowers. On the palate, it leaves a pronounced mineral taste that’s always very rich.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £25.95

White Wine     DOMAINE DES MALANDES Chablis AOC 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £9.95
               The vineyards that produce the grapes for this truly remarkable Chablis cover an area of 15 hectares at an altitude varying between 150 to 250 m on soft slopes rich in Kimmeridgien clay.
               The vines were planted between 5 and 40 years ago and it is the age of the vines, the rootstock and the sub-soil that are the source of the balance and complexity of the wine. When young
               this wine is excellently crisp with expressive aromas of fresh fruit, in particular peaches, and a wonderful richness and a mineral taste. Serve lightly chilled with fish or white meats.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £5.45 & Magnum £20.45

White Wine     DOMAINE DES MALANDES Chablis Grand Cru 'Vaudesir' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £26.95
White Wine     DOMAINE DES MALANDES Petit Chablis 2007 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                £8.45
               Petit Chablis is really one of the 4 “appellations” of the Chablis vineyard. With floral aromas and a lively taste, our Petit Chablis is an enjoyable wine ! To the nose has aromas of linden,
               fennel and citronella. The palate conveys all these impressions with great regularity, freshness and vividness. It is perfect as an aperitif and goes very well with oysters , mussels, or a nice
               pâté!

White Wine     DOMAINE SERVIN Chablis 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £9.95
               This is one of a handful of estates in Chablis who only produce wine from their own estate and never sell to negoçiants - an impeccable guarantee of consistency and quality. The grapes
               come from old vines grown on a soil mix which gives the wine the typical steely and flinty edge which Chablis is so famous for.




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               Chablis
White Wine     JEAN DURUP & FILS Chablis, l'Eglantiere 'Carre de Cesar' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                  £10.95
               Jean Durup Père et Fils - There is a young fresh wind blowing through this excellent Domaine. Michel Poitou, winemaker for the last 30 years, is gradually handing over to his son Louis and
               Jean-Paul Durup is taking on more and more from his father Jean (with whom we have worked for almost 30 years). This is traditional, pure, crisp, minerally Chablis from the largest family
               domaine in all Burgundy.
               We are exclusive agents for Domaine de l'Eglantière, which was their original and flagship domaine and the one which features in France's best restaurants (in France alone, they supply well
               over twenty 2 and 3 Michelin-starred restaurants). The best cuves will always go into l'Eglantière. Jean Durup is not a proponent of oak and all of his wines are both vinified and matured in
               temperature controlled lined cement vats and stainless steel. All his wines go through total malolactic fermentation. They can age remarkably well.We recently enjoyed one of our best ever
               tastings at the domaine.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £5.95


               Chambolle-Musigny
Red Wine       DUJAC FILS & PERE Chambolle-Musigny 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £29.95
               ROBERT PARKER 89 points 'From diverse and choice parcels, the Dujac estate 2005 Chambolle-Musigny offers smoked meat and generous ripe cherry and raspberry aromas, its berry
               flavors then accented by tart fruit skin and bitter cherry pit , but displaying little of the floral dimension possessed by so many other Dujac wines, and which I would certainly have
               anticipated. (But then, perhaps it’s not the terroir, stupid!) Tactile spiciness and cherry-pit bitterness combine for a somewhat austere finishing impression, but this wine’s sheer length and
               purity of fruit remain formidable, and I suspect it is simply going through a slightly surly period. ..'

Red Wine       LOUIS REMY Chambolle-Musigny 'Les Fremieres' 1990 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £56.95
Red Wine       MICHEL GROS Chambolle-Musigny 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £24.95
Red Wine       MICHEL GROS Chambolle-Musigny 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £24.95
               Marvellous, rich, concentrated wines with the definition, poise and restraint usually associated with Michel Gros. Great class. These were our comments about his 2003s, which equally apply
               to his 2004s.

Red Wine       MICHEL GROS Chambolle-Musigny 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £28.45
Red Wine       PATRICE & MICHEL RION Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru 'Les Charmes' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                             £37.95
               Fine and rich purple in colour, this is a ripe but elegant wine. It has greater sensuality than the Les Cras (which follows) and is rounder and even more succulent. Fully-ripe fruit with a few
               blackberries lurking which enrich the summer pudding palate.

Red Wine       PATRICE & MICHEL RION Chambolle-Musigny 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £27.95
Red Wine       TAUPENOT-MERME Chambolle-Musigny 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £26.95
               Domaine Taupenot-Merme is a dynamic, in Morey-Saint-Denis and with 13 hectares under vines in the Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune. They have been growers in the Côte d’Or since
               the mid 18th Century, but it is since Romain Taupenot joined the domaine full time in 1998 that real progress has been made. Since that time, they have adapted their pruning methods,
               reduced yields, adopted organic viticulture, only using their own compost, begun harvesting totally by hand and selecting rigorously in both the vineyard and sorting table. These are fine,
               pure, generous wines with lovely concentrated fruit flavours, but no hint of heaviness or over-extraction.



               Chapelle-Chambertin
Red Wine       PIERRE DAMOY Chapelle-Chambertin Grand Cru 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                 £74.95
               Superbly aromatic and ripe on the nose, with very fleshy fruit on the palate, attractive, refined and complex. Drink from 2010.

Red Wine       ROSSIGNOL-TRAPET Chapelle-Chambertin 1996 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £49.95
               ROBERT PARKER 91-93 points 'This dark ruby-colored wine has a nose that is crammed with ripe black fruits and traces of toasted oak. This full-bodied, silky-textured, concentrated, and
               immensely complex wine offers flavors of red and black cherries, earth, rosemary, juniper berries, and cloves that are persistent. Projected maturity: 2003-2010.'



               Charmes-Chambertin
Red Wine       PATRICE & MICHEL RION Charmes-Chambertin 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £67.50


               Chassagne-Montrache
White Wine     FERNAND & LAURENT PILLOT Chassagne- Montrachet 1erCru 'Morgeots' 05 Bot (G)                                                                                                               £26.95
               Pillot is producing some of the region's most exciting white and red wines. Older vines (average 40 years) and low yields, the result of his father's tireless efforts in the vines, are giving
               Laurent superb material for his winemaking efforts.
               Floral and extremely subtle, almost ethereal fruit with much more expressive, fine, wonderfully precise and intense medium weight flavors and a fine sense of finishing minerality. This is not
               particularly sappy or deep but it is very pretty and there is a decidedly juicy character to the finish.

White Wine     GAGNARD DELAGRANGE Chassagne-Montrachet Blanc 1er Cru 'Morgeots' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                          £34.95
               A classic combination of minerality and power, with beautiful ripeness and balance. A wine that will keep on giving. Drink from 2010.
               If ever there was a grower whose vineyards have become a family affair, it is Monsieur Edmond Delagrange and his extended clan. M. Delagrange presides over his family which includes his
               daughter and her husband and their daughters and their husbands. Their estates also encompass the Montrachets of Blain-Gagnard, Fontaine-Gagnard and Delagrange-Bachelot.
               While the vineyard ownership and winemaking responsibilities are divided among these three generations, an unerring talent for creating great wine unites them all. Their particular strengths
               are the three wines from the heart of the commune Chassagne, as well as parcels of Criots and Batard-Montrachet.

White Wine     GAGNARD DELAGRANGE Chassagne-Montrachet Blanc 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                              £24.95
               Jacques admits to putting a little Premier Cru in this village wine, but it tastes as if he added more than a little. Rich, generous and full-bodied. Drink from 2009.

Red Wine       GAGNARD DELAGRANGE Chassagne-Montrachet Rouge 1er Cru 2005 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                          £19.95
               One of Burgundy's bargains, this is a blend between two vineyards - Morgeot and Clos St Jean - both of them Premier Cru. The vines were planted in 1928, and the wine shows impressive
               ripeness, depth and complexity. Drink from 2010.

White Wine     JEAN-MARC MOREY Chassagne-Montrachet Blanc 2004 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                 £21.95
               A new addition to our list, this property, situated in Chassagne-Montrachet has 10 hectares. Jean-Marc, now ably assisted by his daughter, Caroline, is really back on form. A classic Morey
               Chassagne with an extraordinary freshness and that usual enticing nose with a touch of oak and white fruit. Very compact and pure and with a very long finish. This 2004 white Chassagne is
               packed full of that earthy, minerally character and subtle white peach fruitiness that is a benchmark for good Chassagne.

White Wine     VINCENT GIRARDIN Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru 'Morgeots' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                               £29.95
               This opulent Chassagne-Montrachet Morgeot has a shy, mineral-dominated nose. This medium-to-full-bodied, velvety-textured wine is deep, balanced, and has a hugely plump, chewy
               personality. Layers of spiced pears, candied apples, and anise can be found throughout this sexy offering's personality as well as in its admirable long and pure finish. Drink it over the next 8-9
               years.
               ROBERT PARKER 91 points

White Wine     VINCENT GIRARDIN Chassagne-Montrachet Blanc Vieilles-Vignes 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                               £19.95

               Chorey-les-Beaune
Red Wine       ARNOUX PERE & FILS Chorey-les-Beaune 'Les Beaumonts' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                      £13.45




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                  Clos de Tart
Red Wine          MOMMESSIN Clos du Tart 'Grand Cru' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £89.95
                  Sylvain Pitiot, this estate’s highly dedicated director and winemaker (he’s best known as the cartographer who designed, with his father-in-law, the fabulous topographical maps of Burgundy
                  that hang in all Cote d’Or cellars), has elevated this domaine’s quality and consistency to the point that it must now be listed as one of Burgundy’s great producers.
                  A wide, creamy and interesting nose. Versus 'La Forge' this is much silkier and has so many more facets - more intense and certainly more complex. Lovely, lingering finish.



                  Clos de Vougeot
Red Wine          HUDELOT NOELLAT Clos Vougeot Grand Cru 1990 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                               £54.95
Red Wine          MEO CAMUZET Clos de Vougeot 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £79.95
                  Méo-Camuzet is one of the undisputed star estates of Burgundy. Until 1988 most of the domaine`s holdings were leased out to other vignerons and amazingly most of the wine was sold off
                  to négociants in bulk. Today, it is a very different story.
                  Meo Camuzet now has over 2.5 hectares of grands Crus and 8 hectares of some of the finest Premier Cru vineyards of Nuits-St-Georges and Vosne-Romanée. Jean Nicolas Méo and
                  Christian Faurois now run the Domaine and together they produce some of the very best wine in the Côte d'Or. Meo Camuzet produces full-bodied, firm, rich, oaky, concentrated wines,
                  which no serious Burgundy drinker should overlook.

Red Wine          ROBERT ARNOUX Clos de Vougeot 1998 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £86.95
                  ROBERT PARKER 91 points 'Aged in 80% new oak barrels, the 1998 Clos de Vougeot has floral and raspberry/cherry fruit scents. Medium-bodied and satin-textured, it is a well-made,
                  expressive, and concentrated wine. Fresh red fruits vie with oak spices for the taster's attention. Projected maturity: now-2008.'
                  This 12 hecatre property is run by Pascal Lachaux who took over from his father-in-law, Robert Arnoux, in 1995.Although always good, the quality of this domaine's wines has soared during
                  the last 8 years under Pascal's tenure. He has initiated a policy of no fining or filtering, and an organic and biodynamic approach (he racks when the moon's descending, weeds when it's
                  rising).
                  These are concentrated, polished and highly sought-after wines.



                  Corton
White Wine        CHANDON DE BRIAILLES Corton Blanc 1996 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £59.95
                  ROBERT PARKER 91 points 'Mme. de Nicolay was kind enough to open a bottle of the 1996 Corton-Charlemagne, a wine I had only tasted from barrel. Spiced pears, minerals, and toasted
                  oak were evident in its aromatics. On the palate it offered a dense core of mouth-coating minerals and gravel. This rich yet highly structured wine is extremely tight at present (as are most
                  1996s) and will require considerable cellaring patience. Anticipated maturity: 2003-2010.'

White Wine        CHANDON DE BRIAILLES Corton Blanc 'Grand Cru' 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                         £44.95
                  Quite powerful and big-shouldered, this full-bodied white Corton is a showy wine that will drink beautifully at a relatively early stage. Drink from 2009.



                  Corton-Charlemagne
White Wine        CHANDON DE BRIAILLES Corton-Charlemagne 1997 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £62.95
                  Baked apples and honeysuckle blossoms can be found in the 1997 Corton's nose. This is a rich, nicely-textured, and dense wine with groseille (red currant), acacia, and nut flavors that linger
                  in its impressively long finish. It is medium-bodied, well-proportioned, and will offer excellent drinking now.

White Wine        VINCENT GIRARDIN Corton-Charlemagne 'Grand Cru' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                      £49.95

                  Cote de Beaune
Red Wine          JEAN-CLAUDE BOISSET Cote de Beaune 'Villages' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                        £14.35
                  This particular wine is from Savigny-Lès-Beaune, and thus its appellation is Côte de Beaune Villages. Located at the mouth of a valley, the vineyards are arranged in a V-shape, bringing two
                  hillsides almost face to face with one another. On the Pernand-Vergelesses side, the vines - with their southern exposure - produce structured, 'masculine' wines, while the other slope
                  (closer to Beaune) produces refined, delicate wines. Vines are here around 50 years old.
                  05 is in general what we call a fantastic vintage with extremely dry summer conditions in 2005.
                  This wine has aromas of dark berries (blackcurrant, blackberry) and on the mouth, as is often the case in this appellation, the wine shows plenty of supple elegance to complement its
                  already-pleasant texture.



                  Cote de Nuits
Red Wine          EMMANUEL ROUGET Echezeaux Grand Cru 1994 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £79.50
Red Wine          MICHEL GROS Haute Cote de Nuits Rouge 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £13.95


                  Echezeaux, CDN
Red Wine          ROBERT ARNOUX Echezeaux 1998 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £82.95

                  Fixin
Red Wine          RENE BOUVIER Fixin Rouge 'Crais de Chene' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £19.95
                  Bernard Bouvier has 17 hectares under vine in and around Gevrey and Marsannay. Yields are extremely low and never exceed 30 hl/ha and no chemical sprays are used in the vineyards.
                  Fermentation of the reds involves a long, cold maceration and a gentle extraction – what Bernard calls an “infusion”. About one third new barrels are used. They are bottled without fining
                  or filtration and are rich, concentrated, generous and intensely flavoured. Fixin is the first village on the Cote de Nuits and makes ripe forward wines that are deliciously fruity and
                  characterful.



                  Gevrey-Chambertin
En Primeur 2005   BERNARD DUGAT-PY Gevrey-Chambertin Coeur du Roy 2005 Case x 6 Bottles EP (G)                                                                                                       £425.00
                  PARKER 91-92 ‘From largely 50-year-old (but some ancient) vines in parcels north of town, below Mazis, and along the route nationale, the 2005 Gevrey-Chambertin Coeur du Roi offers
                  striking bitter black fruit concentration and marrow-like meatiness. Low-toned cassis, blackberry, black chocolate, marrow and wet stone inform a finish of striking purity and persistence,
                  albeit in a rather somber key and wearing its extract, abundant if fine tannins, and new wood in rather obvious fashion. The rather monolithic impression on this occasion might ultimately
                  prove deceptive. Certainly this wine’s sheer raw intensity suggests a decade or more of cellaring is warranted.’

Red Wine          CHRISTIAN SERAFIN Gevrey-Chambertin 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                   £27.95
                  ROBERT PARKER 94-95 points 'Serafin’s deeply-colored 2005 Charmes Chambertin offers a nose with pure, high-toned sweet cherry fruit, candied almond, and star anise. Polished,
                  sweetly-fruited, marrowy in its meatiness, and subtly creamy in texture on the palate, this beauty offers a smooth and enveloping character and a harmony that contrasts starkly with the
                  active, more gripping personality of the Cazetiers...'

Red Wine          JOSEPH ROTY Gevrey-Chambertin 'Champs Chenys' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                        £28.95
Red Wine          PATRICE & MICHEL RION Gevrey-Chambertin 'Clos Prieur' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                £26.95
                  Black fruits nose with blackberry in particular and a suggestion of oak. Pure, deep and fine on the palate with black fruits and undergrowth. Lovely balance of acidity emerging from the
                  depths all the components so well integrated. A long silky and generous finish. Drink 2010 to 2016




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               Gevrey-Chambertin
Red Wine       RENE BOUVIER Gevrey-Chambertin 'Jeune Rois' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £27.95
               No need to wait an eternity to enjoy this wine. It's ready to drink now, with a fruity background and a fresh, acidic structure that's more refreshing than austere. It has the very particular
               style of the wines of its commune, but with a smoother, fruity, elegant character. Simple cuisine should allow it to come fully into its own. It's recommended to decant it and serve slightly
               chilled.
               Serve with roast farm-raised chicken, pan-fried rib steak with mushrooms, eggs in red wine sauce, roast quail with grapes, monkfish stew, braised ham with paprika sauce, creamy cheeses
               like Boursault or Brillat Savarin.

Red Wine       RENE BOUVIER Gevrey-Chambertin 'La Justice' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £23.95
               No need to wait an eternity to enjoy this wine. It's ready to drink now, with a fruity background and a fresh, acidic structure that's more refreshing than austere. It has the very particular
               style of the wines of its commune, but with a smoother, fruity, elegant character. It's recommended to decant it and serve slightly chilled.
               Serve with roast farm-raised chicken, pan-fried rib steak with mushrooms, eggs in red wine sauce, roast quail with grapes, monkfish stew, braised ham with paprika sauce, creamy cheeses
               like Boursault or Brillat Savarin.

Red Wine       SYLVIE ESMONIN Gevrey-Chambertin 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                               £19.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90-91 points 'From a mixture of deeper-soiled and pebbly sites with vines of around 40 years age comes Esmonin’s 2005 Gevrey Chambertin (nicknamed “Cuvee Ronde”).
               This exhibits bright red cherry aromas with wood smoke and underbrush accents, and hints of flowers. Roast beef, licorice and chocolate add complexity on the palate, but the brightness of
               ripe cherry fruit – albeit without any superficial sweetness – is a constant...Still, there is plenty of fresh finishing fruit along with a persistently roasted meat and salt and stone mineral cast...'

Red Wine       SYLVIE ESMONIN Gevrey-Chambertin Vieilles Vignes 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £23.95
               This has a beautifully intense purple colour with an almost ethereal nose reminiscent of the crushed grapes at harvest time. With sumptuous fruit and a mouth-coating silky texture, this is a
               truly excellent effort. Drink 2009 to 2014.



               Givry
White Wine     FRANCOIS LUMPP Givry Blanc 1er Cru 'Petite Marole' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £17.95
               The 2003 Givry displays a floral nose with notes of ripe white fruits. Silky-textured and light to medium-bodied, this wine has appealing purity of flavors, focus, and freshness. Its pear and
               apple flavors are interspersed with notes of minerals. Drink it over the next 1-2 years.

Red Wine       FRANCOIS LUMPP Givry Rouge 1er Cru 'Crausot' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £18.95
               A really serious wine. With a lot more rigid structure and primary fruits showing then the Pied du Clou, as well as a more obvious usage of oak this is a wine that has a long and glorious
               future ahead of it. Compare the price to some of the top wines at this quality level and it has to be worth a serious look. A sublimely concentrated finish.

Red Wine       FRANCOIS LUMPP Givry Rouge 1er Cru 'Crausot' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £18.95


               Macon
White Wine     BRET BROTHERS Pouilly-Vinzelles 'Les Quarts' Dom de Soufrandiere 04 Bottle G                                                                                                                  £22.95
               First the south-facing grapes were picked, then those on the north side were harvested five days later to ensure optimum ripeness. The vine age varies between 40 and 70 years old. A
               backward, beautifully structured, potentially very complex wine with a sublime finish.

White Wine     BRET BROTHERS Pouilly-Vinzelles, Domaine de la Soufrandiere 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £14.95
               This is selected from 23 to 45 year old vines in the Les Quarts vineyard. For a supposedly 'younger vine cuvée' this has tremendous weight and texture combined with lovely mid-palate
               acidity. Clay and limestone soils with the very special siliceous crystals that make the Les Quarts vineyard so special.

White Wine     CATHERINE & DIDIER TRIPOZ Macon-Charnay 'Clos des Tournons' 2006 Bottle - NEW G                                                                                                                   £7.95
               Didier started bottling his own wine in 1992, when his only customer, a negoçiant, was taken over and his contract was cancelled. It proved to be a blessing in disguise, and today he makes
               one of the best value examples of Mâcon available. Made from the grapes of a single walled vineyard – the 7 hectare Clos des Tournons – this is a beautifully fresh, clean wine with beautifully
               rich fruit on the palate.

White Wine     CAVE DE LUGNY Macon Lugny 'Les Charmes' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £7.45
               The most famous and still probably the best macon Lugny. Produced exclusively from the Chardonnay grape, the 'Les Charmes' vineyard produces a top quality white Burgundy.
               Full-flavoured, fruity and dry.

White Wine     CAVE DE LUGNY Macon Lugny 'Les Charmes' 2005/06 Half (G)                                                                                                                                          £4.25
White Wine     COMTE LAFON Macon-Milly 'Clos du Four' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £16.95
               An impressive wine even though the fruit aromas are closed at present. There is an intense core of acidity and austerity that almost reminds one of steely Chablis. The palate however offers
               just enough volume and roundness to remind us of the wine's more southerly origin. The mouth-watering finish is long and has all the attributes of a more refined appellation. And the
               impressive acidity and concentration makes for great ageing potential. Drink 2007 to 2010

White Wine     COMTE LAFON Macon-Milly 'Lamartine' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £12.95
               In September 1999 the Lafon family of Meursault bought a domaine in the Maconnais at Milly Lamartine, renaming it Les Héritiers du Comte Lafon. In May 2003 a further domaine of 6
               hectares in the villages of Uchizy and Chardonnay was bought, including two potential single vineyard sites. The whole operation, based at Milly, is now looked after by Caroline Gon under
               the supervision of Dominique Lafon. The vineyards were immediately converted to organic and now to biodynamic farming.
               The best section of the vineyard in Milly, forming a steep sided amphitheatre, mostly east facing, and making concentrated wine with good acidity and a fine mineral feel, capable of some
               ageing.

Dessert Wine   RENE MICHEL Vire-Clesse 'Quintaine' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £10.95
White Wine     RENE MICHEL Vire-Clesse 'Tradition' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £12.25
               Probably the finest example of what the French can do with their noblest grape variety 'Chardonnay'. Jean-Pierre Michel has fashioned something quite spectacular here. This wine is
               medium to full bodied with creamy, nutty aromas and flavous with layers of delicious ripe white fruit. Perfectly balanced by clean, crisp, racy acidity. A perfect illustration of the potential of
               these too often overlooked terroirs.

White Wine     ROGER LUQUET Macon-Villages 'Clos de Condemine' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £7.65
               The CLOS DE CONDEMINE is located in the commune of Charnay-lès-Mâcon, about 3 kilometres from the town of Mâcon. This splendid, gently sloping, 9 hectare site lies between the
               old borough of Charnay and Mâcon-Loché. Half of the surface area is designated to Chardonnay vines. The ‘Clos de Condemine’ vineyard faces South/South West and is situated on slightly
               undulating land. Today 35,000 bottles are produced annually and bottled at Domaine Roger Luquet.
               This wine is generously fruity and enticing on the palate whilst maintaining plently of traditional Chardonnay characters. An excellent aperitif or an accompaniment to most entrées, this wine
               should be drunk young but will keep for 2-3 years.

White Wine     ROGER LUQUET Macon-Villages 'Clos de Condemine' 2004/05 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                            £16.45
               The CLOS DE CONDEMINE is located in the commune of Charnay-lès-Mâcon, about 3 kilometres from the town of Mâcon. This splendid, gently sloping, 9 hectare site lies between the
               old borough of Charnay and Mâcon-Loché. Half of the surface area is designated to Chardonnay vines. The ‘Clos de Condemine’ vineyard faces South/South West and is situated on slightly
               undulating land. Today 35,000 bottles are produced annually and bottled at Domaine Roger Luquet.
               This wine is generously fruity and enticing on the palate whilst maintaining plently of traditional Chardonnay characters. An excellent aperitif or an accompaniment to most entrées, this wine
               should be drunk young but will keep for 2-3 years.

White Wine     VIRE-CLESSE Vieilles-Vignes, Rene Michel 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £12.95

               Macon,Pouilly-Fuisse
White Wine     BRET BROTHERS Pouilly-Fuisse 'La Roche' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £22.95
               La Roche refers to the parcel situated right at the foothill of the Vergisson rock where the 50 year old vines have deep enough roots to extract all the complex soil elements associated with
               the climat. Huge, creamy richness and texture with obvious stony notes. Drink 2007 to 2014




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               Macon,Pouilly-Fuisse
White Wine     CHRISTOPHE CORDIER Pouilly-Fuisse 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £16.95
               Christophe Cordier has built on the success of his father Roger, and has brought a deft touch to the winemaking, so that the excellent fruit is translated into fantastic wines. Part of the story
               is just late-picking. Christophe takes more risks in leaving the grapes as long as possible and these pay off in quality even if he does sometimes pay a price in the small size of his yields. This is
               the most exciting domaine in Fuissé (it is based at the top of the hill overlooking the village).
               ROBERT PARKER 'Cordier fashions Pouilly-Fuissés of other-worldly quality that are often far better than Côte de Beaune grand crus yet at a fraction of the price' Pierre Ravani

White Wine     OLIVIER MERLIN Pouilly-Fuisse 'Terroir' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £18.95
               Also from limestone soil but the higher proportion of clay in this east facing vineyard contributes a lovely, fleshy fatness to balance the tighter elements. The lurking minerality is currently
               disguised by luscious weight.

White Wine     ROGER LUQUET Pouilly-Fuisse Vieilles-Vignes 2004/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £14.95
               Subtle pineapple fruit initially appear on the nose, followed by slatey hints of terroir. Take a sip and the exotic fruit characteristics become more apparent, but it is the round, creaminess of
               this wine that is a real delight. It does not need food to be enjoyed, but it would be perfect with poultry and cheese or cream-based dishes.

White Wine     ROGER LUQUET Pouilly-Fuisse 'Terroir' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £12.95
               What a great wine! Ultra smooth, sleek lemony texture laced with honey and ripe tropical flavors; one of the finest Pouilly Fuisse on the market; deep concentration and very well-balanced.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £27.95



               Macon,Saint-Veran
White Wine     ROGER LUQUET Saint-Veran 'La Grande Bruyere' 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £8.95
               Saint-Veran is an underrated source of White Burgundy and deserves greater prominence, which it will find, if its growers maintain the consistency they have demonstrated in several recent
               vintages. Domaine Roger Luquet is a single estate and the wine, which is 100% Chardonnay, has a pale gold colour. It has a restrained bouquet with some elegant fruit, which develops into
               citrus characteristics on a palate, which hints of richness. It is one of those wines that can be described as solid and dependable with backbone, a total contrast to many of the overt New
               World styles. It will suit those with quite dry palates and will be ideal either as an aperitif, or with fish courses and poultry. Amazing value for money and better than many Pouilly-Fuissés
               that sell at double the price.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £18.95

White Wine     ROGER LUQUET Saint-Veran Vieilles-Vignes 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £9.95
               A generous and harmonious wine with a very long length and more fruit than Pouilly-Fuissé's. Supple and rounded with a touch of crispness, it releases aromas of ripe pear, acacia, honey and
               gunflint. Needs at least two years in bottle to be at its best but can be layed down for 6 to 8 years. Should be served between 12 and 14°C this wine is the perfect accompaniment to
               delicate food dishes: fish, shellfish, quenelle, snails, white meat and poultry.



               Marsannay
White Wine     JEAN-CLAUDE BOISSET Marsannay Blanc 2006 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                          £14.45
               Light gold in colour, with an intense but restrained perfume of white flowers, some biscuity oak giving depth to nose and palate and an attractive, rounded fruit character on the palate.
               Clean and fresh on the finish. Marsannay is situated in the heart of the Côte de Nuits and produces both red and white wines. The whites from this area can be interesting and unusual.
               The vineyard is in one of the best areas of Marsannay. It is a south-east facing vineyard, with 40 year old vines and is situated at an altitude of 230m above sea level.

Red Wine       RENE BOUVIER Marsannay Rouge 'En Ouzeloy' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £17.95
               Bernard Bouvier has 17 hectares under vine in and around Gevrey and Marsannay. Yields are extremely low and never exceed 30 hl/ha and no chemical sprays are used in the vineyards.
               Fermentation of the reds involves a long, cold maceration and a gentle extraction – what Bernard calls an “infusion”. About one third new barrels are used. They are bottled without fining
               or filtration and are rich, concentrated, generous and intensely flavoured. Marsannay can be harsh in cooler vintages but the 2005 is a beautiful example of lovely ripe Pinot Noir at it’s best.



               Mercurey
Red Wine       FRANCOIS RAQUILLET Mercurey 'Vieilles-Vignes' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £14.45
               This wine definitely merits its name as the vines from this climat are now 63 years old. The naturally low yield of these 'Vieilles Vignes' (old vines) produce structured and full-bodied wines.
               The intense aromas of red berries are melded with a touch of black currant that becomes predominant in the long finish.
               ROBERT PARKER 89 points 'A 2005 Mercurey Vieilles Vignes from diverse parcels displays lovely, bright aromas and flavors of plum and black cherry along with peppery, peaty, and woodsy
               notes. Refreshingly juicy and subtly bitter in cast, this palpably dense, finely-tannic Pinot finishes with vigor, and depth.'

Red Wine       JEAN-CLAUDE BOISSET Mercurey Rouge 2002/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £13.45
               Purplish red now the colour will evolve towards more cherry-red tones with age. A delicate but clear bouquet with mostly fruit aromas of kirsh balanced with animal and oak undertones.
               On the palate it once again has a perfect balance between delicate fruit flavours and a good tannin content which will allow this wine to develop well with age. (5 to 15 years)
               Mercurey will be at its best when served with grilled meats and roasts with or without sauce, game and cheeses (avoiding dishes with too strong a flavour which would prevent the wine
               from showing all its variety of aromas).

White Wine     MICHEL JUILLOT Mercurey Blanc 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £14.95

               Meursault
White Wine     ARNAUD ENTE Meursault 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £29.95
               Arnaud puts this cuvée together from 85% Les Ormeaux vineyard and 15% from Les Casses Tetes. Bright minerals hit the nose immediately along with some nicely toasted oak. Hugely
               concentrated, pure and complex juicy fruit underpinned with a core of limey mineral flavours. Drink 2007 to 2012

White Wine     BALLOT-MILLOT Meursault-Charmes 1er Cru 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £39.95
White Wine     COMTE LAFON Meursault 'Clos de la Barre' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £79.95
White Wine     FRANCOIS JOBARD Meursault 'Blagny' 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                           £42.95
               Very open, rich, honeyed nose. Full-flavoured and full-bodied, quite powerful, open, mouth-filling and long. Drink from 2009.

White Wine     FRANCOIS JOBARD Meursault 'En La Barre' 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                      £32.95
               This is the most forward of Jobard's Meursault's, with juicy peach and apricot fruit, very good ripeness, and a backbone of acidity and minerality. Drink from 2008.

White Wine     JEAN-PHILIPPE FICHET Meursault 'Les Criots' 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £28.95
White Wine     JEAN-PHILIPPE FICHET Meursault 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £25.95
               A completely brilliant, juicy and supple cuvée sourced from the vineyards Clous, Limozin, Narvaux, Criots and Crotots. Superb barrel flavours, lovely weight with nutty aromas and fantastic
               vibrancy on the finish.

White Wine     LATOUR-GIRAUD Meursault 'Cuvee Charles Maxime' 04/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £21.95
               The Cuvée Charles Maxime (a blend of Les Vireuils, Les Corbins and Les Pelles) is plump, rich and generous. It has a brilliant yelllow/golden colour and a nose that exhibits citrus fruit,
               honey, flowers, and underlying minerality. Lightly toasted on the nose it has a pleasant complexity, and is ample and round in the mouth, where its fatness and freshness are superemly
               well-balanced. A Meursault to appreciate in its youth to take full advantage of the fantastic fruity.

White Wine     LATOUR-GIRAUD Meursault 1er Cru 'Charmes' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £30.95
               The first wine to display any appreciable amount of wood influence on the ripe orchard fruit aromas, particularly peach and apricot that precede the fresh, intense and notably sweet flavors
               that possess excellent intensity and first class vibrancy on the generous and mouth coating finish that packs a considerable punch. I like the sense of underlying energy and the dry extract
               confers an almost chewy quality on the gorgeously long finish. Very solid potential here.

White Wine     LATOUR-GIRAUD Meursault 1er Cru 'Les Genevrieres' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £32.50
               Produced from the highest section of Latour’s large parcel of Meursault Genevrieres, it explodes from the glass with spicy creamed anise, flowers, spices, and minerals. A wine of huge
               breadth, flesh, and depth, it is medium to full-bodied, massively rich, yet elegant. Loads of plums, white peaches, apples, pears, and spices can be found throughout its hedonistic core of fruit.
               Projected maturity: now-2011.
               MEURSAULT 1C Genevrieres, Latour-Giraud



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               Meursault
White Wine     MICHEL BOUZEREAU Meursault 'Les Grands Charrons' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £22.95
               Always a lovely juicy, fleshy wine and delicious easy to drink early on. Grand Charrons is always less obviously mineral than the Tessons but the 2004 has the crisp acidity in the middle palate
               that is characteristic of the vintage.

White Wine     VINCENT GIRARDIN Meursault 'Les Narvaux' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £27.95
               Gorgeous. Powerful, full-bodied white Burgundy, bursting with intense yet refined smoke, toast and ripe fruit aromas. The flavors follow in a densely packed texture, and the seductive finish
               is exciting. Drink now through 2010. highly recommended 93/100 Wine Spectator

White Wine     VINCENT GIRARDIN Meursault 1er Cru 'Les Charmes' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                      £36.95
               The Meursault-Charmes offers a nose of pears, apples, spices, and white flowers. This exceptionally broad, lush, velvety-textured wine is light to medium-bodied and displays hazelnuts, pears,
               and spices.



               Montagny
White Wine     JEAN-CLAUDE BOISSET Montagny 1er Cru 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £12.75
               The vineyards that produce this wine lie quite high up on the hillsides, catching plenty of sunshine. This aids the great concentration of flavours in the grapes. The wine is floral and crisp
               with flavours of nuts and dried fruit.

White Wine     STEPHANE ALADAME Montagny 1er Cru 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £13.65
               Who's more of a superstar in Montagny than Raveneau is of Chablis or Coche-Dury and Lafon of Meursault? Stephane Aladame, that's who. Virtually every top French restaurant carries his
               wines. Of course, they're expensive by Montagny standards but for white Burgundies of such quality, originality and style, they're a steal.
               If you haven't tried an Aladame Montagny, you haven't seen what this excellent Cote Chalonnaise village can really do. These are as far removed from the Montagnys you'll see on grocery
               store shelves as the best Pouilly-Fuisse's from Guffens or Ferret are from that area's ubiquitous industrial swill. Of couse, low yields, old vines, top vineyard sites and clean, careful
               winemaking will always show. And they're worth every penny.



               Morey-Saint-Denis
Red Wine       MOMMESSIN Morey-St-Denis 'Forge de Tart' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £42.95
               The nose shows spice and a good core of fruit. Tasting shows a little fat and earth, interesting flavours, nice concentration and good acidity. Some tannin shows, but it's not too unruly and
               the finish lasts well. Worth it's 1er Cru label.

Red Wine       TAUPENOT-MERME Morey-Saint-Denis 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £25.95
               Domaine Taupenot-Merme is a dynamic, in Morey-Saint-Denis and with 13 hectares under vines in the Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune. They have been growers in the Côte d’Or since
               the mid 18th Century, but it is since Romain Taupenot joined the domaine full time in 1998 that real progress has been made. Since that time, they have adapted their pruning methods,
               reduced yields, adopted organic viticulture, only using their own compost, begun harvesting totally by hand and selecting rigorously in both the vineyard and sorting table. These are fine,
               pure, generous wines with lovely concentrated fruit flavours, but no hint of heaviness or over-extraction.



               Musigny
Red Wine       COMTE DE VOGUE Musigny 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £179.95
               ROBERT PARKER 94-96 points 'Sumptuous aromas of violets, blackberries, and bilberries explode from the medium to dark ruby-colored 2001 Musigny. A wine of amazing purity and
               elegance, it reverberates on the palate revealing broad layers of floral dark fruit flavors. Lush yet superbly delineated, this medium-bodied effort is expressive, complex, and dignified. Its
               prolonged, succulent finish exhibits waves of raspberry fruit and loads of ripe, supple tannin. One of the stars of the vintage, it will be at its peak of maturity between 2006 and 2015...'



               Nuits-Saint-Georges
Red Wine       HENRI GOUGES Nuits-St-Georges 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                             £26.95
               ROBERT PARKER 88 points 'The Gouges 2005 Nuits-St.-Georges offers sweet-tart aromas and flavors of dried cranberry and black cherry, hints of high-toned herbs, and a dusty, chalky,
               toasted nut finish. This displays a somewhat detached acidity and overt tannins, but also a note of textural creaminess. It appears to need more time to knit its structure and overall
               concentration to render it relatively age worthy for a village Nuits-St.-Georges.'

Red Wine       HENRI GOUGES Nuits-St-Georges 1er Cru 'Clos des Porrets' 2005 Bottle - NEW (G)                                                                                                           £34.95
               ROBERT PARKER 89 points 'The 2005 Nuits-St.-Georges Clos des Porrets St.-Georges – a roughly nine acre Gouges monopole in Premeaux-Prissey – offers a meld of tart and lightly
               cooked cherry, abundant tannins conducive to a somewhat furry mouth feel, and a smoky, roasted meat, cooked cherry and cherry pit finish. There is no question about this wine’s overall
               density, nor its intensity of ripe fruit. Similarly, I have little doubt it is showing the roughed-up effects of having been bottled only a week before I tasted.'

Red Wine       HENRI GOUGES Nuits-St-Georges 1er Cru 'Les Prulieres' 2005 Bottle - NEW (G)                                                                                                              £36.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90-92 points 'Being assembled the day I visited, the Gouges’ 2005 Nuits-St.-Georges Les Pruliers offered smoke-tinged, lightly-cooked black raspberry and dried cherry
               fruit, sweet underlying nuttiness, and a juicier, more invigorating personality than any of the already bottled wines in this year’s collection. A really imposing spread of berry, floral, roasted
               meat and saline mineral elements coat the palate. Abundant but fine tannin never interferes with this wine’s generosity.'

Red Wine       JEAN-FREDERIC MUGNIER Nuits-St-Georges 'Fourches' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                        £25.50
               Fourches in this sense are gallows, which apparently used to hang in the vineyard. This combines the plumminess of Nuits-St Georges with the Chambolle-esque fragrance of a Mugnier wine.
               This is a delicious, middleweight wine that will drink between 2008 and 2012.

Red Wine       MICHEL GROS Nuits-St-Georges 'Chaliots' 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £26.95
Red Wine       MICHEL GROS Nuits-St-Georges 'Chaliots' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £27.95
               Such purity, such gorgeous fruit offered by this village wine. Medium-bodied and quite refined, the laser-sharp red- and blackberry flavors taste ripe. Sweet tannins and toasted, smoky
               complexity on the seductive finish. Best from 2003 through 2008. (205 cases produced)

Red Wine       MICHEL GROS Nuits-St-Georges 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £26.95
Red Wine       PATRICE & MICHEL RION Nuits-St-Georges 'Vieilles-Vignes' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                 £26.95
               Excellent villages with sturdy cherry, black fruit and mulberry aromas. Chunky tannins overlaid with pure and succulent black fruits. Bright, structured and silky finish. Drink 2010 to 2016

Red Wine       PATRICE & MICHEL RION Nuits-St-Georges 1er Cru 'Clos Argilieres' 05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                           £44.95
               A real core of intense blackberry and dark fruits with a touch of oak. The palate displays the usual great class, purity and generous texture of Argillières with an extra level of vibrancy and
               balance in 2005. Absolute class. Drink 2011 to 2022

Red Wine       ROBERT CHEVILLON Nuits-St-Georges Vieilles-Vignes 2005 Bottle - NEW 08 (G)                                                                                                               £23.95
               ROBERT PARKER 89-90 points 'The 2005 Nuits-St.-Georges Vieilles Vignes had just been assembled, but not yet sulfured or filtered. It boasts a bright, sorbet-like expression of red
               raspberry and cherry fruit, with high-toned notes of marzipan, subtle suggestions of beef marrow, a silken feel in the mouth, and refined tannins. Unusually red-fruited and extroverted for a
               2005, this sleek Pinot promises to be an exception also in drinking well young, although up to 5-7 years bottle age will probably do it no harm.'

Red Wine       ROBERT CHEVILLON Nuits-St-Georges 1er Cru 'Le Chaignots' 2005 Bottle - NEW (G)                                                                                                           £39.95
               ROBERT PARKER 92-93 points 'The Chevillon 2005 Nuits-St.-Georges Les Chaignots boasts a gorgeous aroma of ripe blackberry and red currant with piquant notes of walnut oil, and
               marrowy meatiness resembling reduced, faintly caramelized pan juices. In the mouth, it displays amazing depth of meat and mineral elements along with persistently tart, juicy and vivid
               blackberry and red currant. Herbal and fruit pit notes lend a medicinal aspect to the flavors – and who wouldn’t want this prescription?! The counterpoint of creaminess of texture with
               persistent brightness, and of meaty depth with high-toned inner-mouth perfume is striking, and the finish – showcasing ultra-fine tannins – welds together fruit, meat, and mineral with
               perfect clarity and seamlessness'

Red Wine       ROBERT CHEVILLON Nuits-St-Georges 1er Cru 'Les Perrieres' 05 Bottle - NEW (G)                                                                                                            £39.95
               Quite reserved and brooding on the nose, with attractive, creamy texture on the palate, this is well-structured and multi-layered, with ripe cassis fruit and rounded tannins. Drink from
               2011.

Red Wine       VINCENT DUREUIL-JANTHIAL Nuits-St-George 1er Cru 'Cl. des Argilieres' 04 Bott (G)                                                                                                        £29.95
               Dark garnet in colour, this unfiltered Burgundy, shows ripe red-berry aromas add markedly herbaceous and characteristic Pinot Noir "tomato-skin" scents. Full and on the palate, juicy
               sour-cherry fruit . The wine develops layers of fruity complexity and a discreet whiff of pleasant "barnyard".


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               Nuits-Saint-Georges
Red Wine       VINCENT DUREUIL-JANTHIAL Nuits-St-George 1er Cru 'Cl. des Argilieres' 05 Bott (G)                                                                                                        £29.95
               ROBERT PARKER 94 points 'From a choice section of 65-year-old vines above Premeaux Prissey acquired through his in-laws, Dureuil’s 2005 Nuits-St.-Georges Clos des Argilieres displays
               aromas raw of raw beef liver that approaches Cornas-like intensity and vivid bloodiness, along with intensely ripe black cherry, wood smoke, and distinctly wet stone minerality. A similar
               fruit-animal-mineral trio – augmented by pungent brown spices – dominates this wine’s intensely rich and sappy but firmly structured, dense palate, and these flavors cling with memorable
               tenacity. Lock this away for 7-10 years. Come to think of it, at this end of Dureil’s list, too, you get excellent value. Also recommended: 2005 Bourgogne Les Chaliots'


               Pernand-Vergelesses
White Wine     CHANDON DE BRIAILLES Pernand-Verg. Blanc 1er Cru 'Ile de Vergelesses' 05 Bot (G)                                                                                                         £24.95
               A very generous wine, with ripe, opulent fruit, full body and balancing fresh acidity. Drink from 2008.

Red Wine       CHANDON DE BRIAILLES Pernand-Verg. Rouge 1er Cru 'Ile de Vergelesses' 05 Bot (G)                                                                                                         £19.95
               Pure, ripe, open and aromatic, with good intensity and roundness on the palate. A wine with a very natural, harmonious feel. Drink from 2010.



               Pommard
Red Wine       COMTE ARMAND Pommard 1er Cru 'Clos des Epeneaux' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £54.95
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points '...The final blend of the 2003 Pommard Clos des Epeneaux is dark ruby-colored and explodes from the glass with waxy red and black cherries, roasting spices,
               and toasted oak. Medium to full-bodied, it is crammed with superb flavors of red fruits (cherries and raspberries), dark berries (boysenberries, black cherries, cassis), licorice, and tar. Dense,
               velvety-textured, and fresh, it exhibits a persistent, structured, ripe tannin filled finish. Projected maturity: 2010-2020+.'

Red Wine       JEAN-CLAUDE BOISSET Pommard 1er Cru 'Verger' 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £32.95
               A good, steady purple colour with a few amber reflections. An attractive, complex, astonishing nose combining notes of fresh berry fruit with candied fruit notes. Good length, balanced
               between silky tannins and an evident fruitiness, this wine should be left in the cellar for 4-5 years to reveal its full potential, and may be aged for 15 years or more.

Red Wine       VINCENT GIRARDIN Pommard 'Les Vignots' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £20.95
               The dark ruby-colored 2004 Pommard Les Vignots offers intense black cherry aromas. Assorted berries, cherries, and grapes can be found in its zesty, fruit-packed character. It is
               medium-bodied, satin-textured, powerful, and has a long, tannin-filled (ripe) finish. Drink it over the next 6 years.

Red Wine       VINCENT GIRARDIN Pommard 1er Cru Vieille Vignes 'Les Grands Epenots' 05 Bott (G)                                                                                                         £35.95


               Puligny-Montrachet
White Wine     BENOIT ENTE Puligny-Montrachet 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £27.95
               Conscientious growers ended up very pleased with their 2004 harvest. Several reported a good crop of grapes which had reached ripeness - the perfect balance of acidity and showed fine
               aromatics from the start - a similar style to 1992 perhaps. Benoit Ente is one that got it right. The huge experience and knowledge gained since Benoit's debut vintage in 1999 have paid huge
               dividends and his 2004's are really fabulous.
               The Puligny is pale yellow with green tints. Fantastically pure and lively acidity shows through the generous weight and texture. Silky weight and an attractive toasty oak component behind
               fresh, peachy fruit. Drink 2007 onwards.

White Wine     BENOIT ENTE Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru 'Les Folatieres' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                  £46.95
               Classically styled and true to it's roots this Puligny-Montrachet, 1er Cru Folatieres has aromas of freshly baked bread with a hint of hazelnut. This is opulent and intense, and almost exotically
               ripe within the confines of Puligny elegance. Very poised.

White Wine     DOMAINE FAIVELEY Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru 'Champ Gains' 1999 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                £49.95
White Wine     HUBERT LAMY Puligny-Montrachet 'Les Tremblots' 2005 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                                £24.95
               This is an accessible wine, with rounded, ripe, rich palate. Very attractive. Drink from 2008.

White Wine     JEAN-MARC BOILLOT Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru 'Les Pucelles' 1999 Bottle (G)                                                                                                              £49.95
               ROBERT PARKER 91 points 'The perfumed, floral and nut-scented 1999 Puligny-Montrachet Les Pucelles was vinified and aged entirely in new 350-liter barrels. Light to medium-bodied,
               floral, and mineral-flavored, it possesses outstanding focus, delineation, and concentration. Berries, both white and red, can be discerned in its refreshingly bright and pure finish. Drink it
               over the course of the next 2-3 years.'

White Wine     LOUIS CARILLON Puligny-Montrachet 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                         £28.95
               The Carillon family is woven into the very fabric of Puligny-Montrachet, with ancestors stretching back at least 400 years, and the domaine's wines are now amongst the village's finest. The
               wines are immensely popular with our customers, and the 2005s, with their superb balance, richness and backbone of minerality, will not disappoint their regular following.
               A beautifully expressive, well-balanced and ripe wine with great freshness, made from 35 year-old vines. Drink from 2009.

White Wine     LOUIS CARILLON Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru 'Les Combettes' 05 Bottle - NEW (G)                                                                                                            £46.95
White Wine     OLIVIER LEFLAIVE Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru 'Les Referts' 1996 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                £44.95
               The 1996 Puligny-Montrachet Les Combettes offers a refined, crystalline nose of minerals, salt, and rocks. This awesomely precise, focused, and elegant wine has extraordinary minerality
               and length. It is medium-bodied, gorgeously ripe, vibrant, and reveals boisterous layers of candied lemons and pears. Anticipated maturity: 2002-2010.

White Wine     VINCENT GIRARDIN Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru 'Les Folatieres' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                             £44.95
               Thick and ripe, with lots of intensity. Quite grassy, but also rich, sweet fruit, with a minty edge. Medium-bodied with very good length.

White Wine     VINCENT GIRARDIN Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru 'Les Referts' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                £38.95
White Wine     VINCENT GIRARDIN Puligny-Montrachet Vieilles-Vignes 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £25.95
               Full bodied with a perfumed nose, typical of the vintage with citric lemon and lime. Vanilla bean and rose petals, earthy and floral. Round yet racy with a compact, well-balanced finish.




               Rully
White Wine     PAUL JACQUESON Rully 1er Cru 'Gresigny' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £15.45
               “Paul Jacqueson is the best wine producer in the Cote Chalonnaise” Clive Coates. This domaine has long been recognised as one of the finest in the Côte Chalonnaise and its wines adorn
               the lists of many of France’s finest restaurants. They have extremely well sited vines averaging around 35 years old which they prune hard to restrict yields to around 35 hl/ha. Extremely
               proficient winemaking and judicious use of new oak make for beautifully crafted, ripe, intense wines which have the class to belie their origins. Their wines are lightly fined but not filtered.

White Wine     VINCENT DUREUIL-JANTHIAL Rully Blanc 'Maizieres' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                      £14.95

               Saint-Aubin
White Wine     VINCENT GIRARDIN Saint-Aubin 1er Cru 'Murgers de Dents de Chiens' 05 Bott (G)                                                                                                            £19.95
               "Among the so called satellite villages, the hands down winner is St Aubin, not only for its superb quality but also for amazing value. The quality being achieved there is phenomenal and well
               worth your attention" This is a wine for those people who do not like overtly fruity whites and prefer a little restraint and complexity in their wines. A sublime example of a village white
               burgundy. "Rich yet zesty with aromas of citrus fruit and buttered toast. The palate is ripe with hints of smoky oak."
               Lots of concentration and ripe fruit in this Saint-Aubin. Delicious and well made from start to finish, with the citrus, honey and passion fruit taking a brisk walk along the edge of the palate,
               zeroing in on the pleasure spots.




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               Santenay
White Wine     FRANCOIS D'ALLAINES Santenay Blanc 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £13.95
               Terrific wines from François d'Allaines who has really got into his stride, working only with a small number of growers, those he knows and trusts.
               Clear, bright colour; expressive nose. Fine and floral style, very elegant, very attractive and now showing the full style of the charming 2000 vintage. Perfect drinking now.

Red Wine       VINCENT GIRARDIN Santenay 'Clos de la Conferie' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £12.75
               The raspberry and blueberry-scented Santenay Conferie is a tangy, medium-bodied, lively wine. Its gorgeous character reveals crunchy cherries, violets, and fresh blueberries. It is opulent,
               loaded with fruit, and should be drunk over the next 5 years.

White Wine     VINCENT GIRARDIN Santenay Blanc 1er Cru 'Le Beaurepaire' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £17.95


               Table Wine
White Wine     JOSEPH PELLERIN Blanc 'La Cuvee' N.V. Litre (G)                                                                                                                                               £5.45
Red Wine       JOSEPH PELLERIN Rouge 'La Cuvee' N.V. Litre (G)                                                                                                                                               £5.45

               Volnay
Red Wine       CARRE-COURBIN Volnay 1er Cru 'Clos des Ducs' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                               £35.95
               This vineyard is a monopole of the domaine, with vines over 50-years-old. It always makes a fine, supple, subtly complex Volnay and the 2004 is no exception: lacy, discreet and very
               persistent.

Red Wine       CARRE-COURBIN Volnay Vieilles-Vignes 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £24.95
               A succulent, fleshy and fully ripe Volnay which in this vintage was de-classified from the Lurets and Robardelles 1er cru vineyards. This has really delicious fruit, big but very soft tannins along
               with tremendous energy and class.

Red Wine       HENRI DE VILLAMONT Volnay 1er Cru 'Brouillards' 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £19.95
               A sensual, stylish Volnay from a great vineyard with deep, ripe fruit and silky tannins. Excellent with duck or medium-rare steak.

Red Wine       JEAN-MARC BOILLOT Volnay 1er Cru 'Le Ronceret' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £29.95

               Vosne-Romanee
Red Wine       MICHEL GROS Vosne-Romanee 1er Cru 'Clos Reas' 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £47.95
               Moderate intensity to the floral, cassis and spice aromas and flavors, along with elegance and finesse in this tender wine. Finishes with a dry feel, yet with a lingering aftertaste. Strawberry
               and raspberry compote flavours, with a smooth silky finish. Drink now.

Red Wine       MICHEL GROS Vosne-Romanee 1er Cru 'Clos Reas' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £44.95
               Moderate intensity to the floral, cassis and spice aromas and flavors, along with elegance and finesse, Strawberry and raspberry compote flavours, with a smooth silky finish.

Red Wine       MICHEL GROS Vosne-Romanee 1er Cru 'Clos Reas' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £46.95
Red Wine       RENE ENGEL Vosne-Romanee 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £31.95
               Very pretty red fruit perfumes the nose. In the mouth there is a wealth of dark raspberry fruit and an attractive structure.

Red Wine       RENE ENGEL Vosne-Romanee 1er Cru 'Les Brulees' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £39.95
               Again they have produced a wine with a deliciously perfumed and lightly spicy nose, but this time with an extra dimension of fruit. Not a massive wine but the flavours linger in the mouth.

Red Wine       ROBERT ARNOUX Vosne Romanee 'Les Suchots' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £79.95
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points 'Fashioned from yields 50% below normal, the 2003 Vosne-Romanee Les Suchots boasts a mouth-watering, intensely aromatic nose of waxy black cherries,
               spices, and chocolate. As this broad wine enters the mouth it instantly envelopes the palate with candied dark fruits. Concentrated, medium to full-bodied, and velvety-textured, this
               admirably persistent effort lingers in the finish, displaying additional layers of red fruits intermingled with ripe tannin. Projected maturity: 2009-2020.'

Red Wine       ROBERT ARNOUX Vosne Romanee 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £29.95




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                 NO DISCOUNT
Sparkling Wine   LOUIS ROEDERER Cristal 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £118.95
                 Brilliant pale gold colour in the glass with a delicate, elegant mousse. Intense alomd aromas with scents of white flowers. A fresh wine with a generous, creamy attack, remarkable balance,
                 finesse and maturity. A great Cristal, well-anchored to its elegance and style.



                 Non-Vintage
Sparkling Wine   A.R. LENOBLE Brut Intense N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £19.95
                 This blend is a delicious, crisp, elegant, light-bodied Champagne with gorgeous finesse. It has a creamy texture, precise and persistent pin-point bubbles, and a dry, fresh, vibrant finish.
                 Excellent as an aperitif as well as with white meats, grilled fish or a moderately sweet dessert.
                 THE WINE ADVOCATE 90 points - 'The Domaine A.R. Lenoble proved to be an exciting discovery. As I have frequently written, one of the more positive developments in Champagne is
                 the number of small domaines that are getting recognition for the high quality of their selections….readers should stock up on the non-vintage Brut Reserve.'
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £10.95, Magnum £42.95 & Jereboam (300cl) £119.95

Sparkling Wine   A.R. LENOBLE Extra Brut (Nature) N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £19.95
                 This excellent champagne is produced from 40% Chardonnay from Chouilly (Grand Cru vineyards from the Côte des Blancs - classified 100 %), 30% Pinot Noir from Bisseuil (Premier Cru
                 vineyards from the Montagne de Reims -classified 95 %) and 30% Pinot Meunier from Damery (classified 89 %). Unlike nearly all Champagne this Extra Brut does not receive any dosage and
                 therfore it is particularly dry and crisp. It has a straw-yellow colour, fine bubbles and a light, lively foamy mousse. The nose is particularly fruity and on the palate the wine is fresh and light
                 in the mouth, with a long-lasting aromatic finish. This is Champagne with great finesse, purity and cleanness and is most enjoyable as an aperitif or light, delicate dishes.

Sparkling Wine   A.R. LENOBLE Grand Cru Blanc de Blanc N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £24.95
                 This champagne exhibits a creamy white Burgundy-like nose of pineapples and tropical fruits. Concentrated, light to medium-bodied, dry, pure and fresh. Excellent as an aperitif or with
                 light foods such as shellfish, fish or even cold desserts. This Champagne should be drunk chilled but not iced.
                 THE WINE ADVOCATE 92 points - 'The Domaine A.R. Lenoble proved to be an exciting discovery. As I have frequently written, one of the more positive developments in Champagne is
                 the number of small domaines that are getting recognition for the high quality of their selections'

Sparkling Wine   BOLLINGER Brut 'Special Cuvee' N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £34.95
                 Bollinger makes wines of real depth and power. This is a traditional Champagne, with a yeasty nose, crisp acidity and a rich, full-bodied palate.

Sparkling Wine   G.H. MUMM Brut 'Cordon Rouge' N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £21.95
                 The flagship wine from the house of Mumm possesses a brilliant yellow golden color, and the bubbles are lively, intense, and light. The bouquet is fruity with initial notes of peaches, pears,
                 and green apples followed by flavors of candied lemon and ripe apricots. On the palate this cuvée reveals a delicate freshness followed by the power and full-bodied character of pinot noir.
                 A long aging provides additional flavors of vanilla, roasted nuts and a hint of toast. A result of the carefully chosen infusion of terroir and reserve wines, the finish is long. Imparting to the
                 finish is lightness from Chardonnay, fruitiness from Pinot Noir and roundness provided by Pinot Meunier.
                 "A toasty version, rich and creamy, with vanilla, hazelnut and citrus notes weaving through the rich texture..."
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Quarter (20cl) £8.95, Half £11.95 & Magnum £44.95
                 ALSO AVAILABLE TO ORDER IN: Jereboam (300cl) £149.95, Methuselah (600cl) £329.95 & Salmanazar (900cl) £499.95

Sparkling Wine   G.H. MUMM Brut Grand Cru N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £29.95
                 Blending together Chardonnay from Avize and Cramant with Pinot Noir from Bouzy, Verzenay and Aÿ, Mumm have produced a very successful fizz. It has a lovely full-on nose that is rich,
                 smooth and elegant with notes of herbs, toast and honey. The palate is smooth with rich, ripe fruit and some toastiness, kept fresh by lovely acidity. A sophisticated, rich style.

Sparkling Wine   G.H. MUMM Mumm de Cramant N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £34.95
                 First made in 1882, Mumm de Cramant has stood the test of time due to its alluring elegance and timeless style. Sourced from a single vineyard within the famous village of Cramant in the
                 Cotes de Blancs it is made from 100% Chardonnay grapes this fantastic Champagne has fresh lime, lemon and grapefruit flavours on its incredibly complex and elegant palate. Melt in the
                 mouth bubbles and a lingering, graceful finish. Perfect with rich, full flavoured fish dishes, appetisers, goats cheese or salads garnished with toasted nuts.

Sparkling Wine   GALLIMARD Brut Cuvee Reserve 'Les Riceys' N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £17.95
                 An attractive fruity nose, with aromas of exotic fruit In the mouth, it is supple, pleasant, aromatic and very well-balanced; the mousse is fine and long lasting.
                 On any occasion, this Blancs de Noir will bring extra joy to all your moments of great happiness.
                 2005 Brussels - GOLD MEDAL
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £9.95, Magnum £37.95

Sparkling Wine   J.P. ROBERT Brut Reserve N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £16.95
                 The Robert family own 30 hectares of vineyard situated around Voigny and six other communes in the north of the Aude region. The soil is chalk and limestone, the average age of the vines
                 is 30 years and the vineyards are planted to 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay. Every bottle is aged a minimumof 3 years prior to disgorgement. Their Champagnes are crisp, stylish and
                 classic and develop richness with bottle age.
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £35.95

Sparkling Wine   KRUG Grand Cuvee N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                           £96.95
                 Indisputably the most majestic non-vintage cuvée, this is blended from 10 different vintages and 47 wines from 25 villages. The palate is dominated by honey and nuts with graceful acidity and
                 a long finish. Aged 5-7 years on the lees.

Sparkling Wine   LAURENT PERRIER Brut L.P. N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £28.95
                 While champagne shows the character of a specific harvest, non-vintage brut exemplifies the style of a particular House. Freshness, elegance and balance, all of which are typical of
                 Laurent-Perrier's wines, are found in the Brut L-P year after year.
                 The colour is a pale golden hue, with fine and persistent bubbles. The nose is fresh and delicate, showing good complexity with its hints of citrus and white fruit. With its elegant style, Brut
                 L-P has led the way in making champagne the ideal apéritif. Perfectly balanced, with crisp flavours and finesse, it is also an ideal companion for fish, poultry and white meat.

Sparkling Wine   MAGENTA Brut N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                               £16.95
                 A pale gold champagne with an elegant mousse. The nose is fresh, fruity and sweet with notes of plum and raspberry jam and hints of dried flowers, warm brioche and honey. It is fresh and
                 soft on the palate with fruity raspberry and strawberry flavours a hint of brioche. With a delicious lemony finish, this champagne is perfect as an aperitif.
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £10.45

Sparkling Wine   MOET & CHANDON Brut 'Imperiale' N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £24.75
                 Probably the world’s most famous champagne house. A champagne house is judged on the quality of its brut n.v champagne and this is always elegant, deep and rich on the nose with good
                 balance and texture. Excellent as an aperitif.
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Quarter (20cl) £8.60, Half £14.95 & Magnum £54.95
                 ALSO AVAILABLE TO ORDER IN: Jereboam (300cl) £149.95, Methuselah (600cl) £329.95, Salmanazar (900cl) £499.95, Balthazar (1200cl) £699.95 & Nebucaadnezzar (1500cl) £999.95

Sparkling Wine   PERRIER-JOUET Grand Brut N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £24.95
                 The reputation of any Champagne House is inextricably linked with the quality and consistency of its non-vintage wine. Perrier-Jouet's reputation as one of the top houses comes from the
                 sheer quality of its Grand Brut and they are justifiably proud of its long track record, as they were the very first house to make a "Brut" champagne back in 1854.
                 PJ Grand Brut has a pale but luminous golden yellow colour with lively, gracious bubbles. Fleeting floral aromas with warmer notes, dominated by green apples, pineapple and white peaches.
                 On the palate it is impetuous with cheerful vitality that floods the palate and is sustained by a persistent stream of sprightly bubbles, rich flavours of fresh butter, brioche and shortbread
                 reach a natural balance.
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £14.95 & Magnum £49.95

Sparkling Wine   PHILIPPONNAT Brut Royale Reserve N.V. Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                            £22.95
                 Drawing on the historic tradition of Philipponnat in the region of Ay and Mareuil-sur-Ay, Royale Réserve takes advantage of the rich and powerful Pinot Noir grapes from the southern side
                 of the Montagne de Reims, which always makes up the majority of the blend.
                 With three years' ageing, Royale Réserve is quite sufficiently mature, yet remains crisp and therefore is a perfect aperitif. Its vinosity also makes excellent matches with white meat, cold cuts,
                 poultry and fish.

Sparkling Wine   VEUVE CLICQUOT Brut 'Yellow Label' N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £25.95
                 The dominance of Pinot Noir gives this wine the strong structure typical of the 'House Champagne', while a slight touch of Pinot Meunier adds roundness. Chardonnay gives it the elegance
                 and finesse it needs for perfect balance. The use of reserve wines which have been stocked year by year is one of the secrets of the 'Carte Jaune' production and it is well appreciated by
                 wine connoisseurs. Excellent as an aperitif because of its finesse, freshness and length. Full-bodied, it goes well with freshwater fish and delicate sea fish.
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £14.95 & Magnum £56.45




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                 Non-Vintage
Sparkling Wine   VEUVE CLICQUOT Demi-Sec 'White Label' N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £26.95
                 This Demi-Sec is blended largely from Pinot Noir with Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier as well as reserve wines. The liqueur d'expédition carefully prepared and dosed with 45 g per litre,
                 gives it a sweeter yet still very fresh harmony. It is at its best when served with desserts. You could even serve it in a carafe, not to decant it but to admire the colour and the delicate
                 bubbles of this elegant wine.



                 Rose
Sparkling Wine   A.R. LENOBLE Brut Rose 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                      £22.60
                 Lenoble Vintage Rose is one of the very rare Rosés to combine elegance with the richness of red fruit aromas. The secret is a unique, highly original blend of 85% Chardonnay Grand Cru
                 and 15% Pinot Noir Premier Cru vinified as a red wine. Made only in the years when Mother Nature has been generous enough to offer grapes in a very healthy state, our ROSE is always a
                 vintage champagne.
                 It has a delicate salmon-pink colour with fine bubbles and a light, lively mousse. Fruity and subtle on the nose with aromas of red fruit. Ample and rounded on the palate the attack is very
                 fresh and then develops to reveal the wine’s full aromatic range.
                 This charming, refined, elegant wine makes an original aperitif. It can also be drunk with grilled salmon or desserts made with red fruit, such as sabayon, charlotte or fruit salad.

Sparkling Wine   G.H. MUMM Brut 'Cordon Rose' N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £24.95
                 Made from 60% Pinot Noir 22% Chardonnay 18% Pinot Meunier this is a complex, fresh, yet powerful blend in which the Pinot Noir stands out. At 60% of the blend the Pinot Noir provides
                 not only colour, but also strength and personality. Pinot Meunier, 18%, contributes all its liveliness and fruitiness to this cuvée, whilst the finesse and elegance of 22% Chardonnay gives this
                 Champagne its final balance. The nose has rich, intense aromas in which red fruit characteristics stand out - the slight presence of caramel and vanilla are a reminder of the Cordon Rouge
                 influence. On the palate the attack is lively and perfectly balanced, reflecting the strong personality of the Pinot Noir; flavours of strawberry, redcurrants and toast come to the fore, whilst
                 the finish is dry and refreshing.
                 Try with salmon and brown bread for a bit of a cliché, though Eton Mess and boudoir biscuits would be a kinky combination also...?

Sparkling Wine   GALLIMARD Brut Rose N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £19.95
                 Didier Gallimard owns 10 hectares of prime vineyard on the steep slopes around Les Riceys in the Southern Aube. His vines average 20 year’s old and the vineyards which are of chalk and
                 limestone are planted to 100% Pinot Noir.
                 His wines are full, rich and offer enticing aromas and flavours of exotic summer fruits.

Sparkling Wine   LAURENT PERRIER Brut Rose N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £51.95
                 An immensely successful Champagne - big and vinous. Made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes from this champagne gets its glorious pink colour and rounded red fruit flavours from a process
                 known as 'saignee' in which the skins of the grapes are left in contact with the juice for three days. Laurent-Perrier`s Cuvee Rose not only makes a delicious aperitif but is also a good match
                 for a variety of different dishes, particularly puddings.
                 This champagne has a superb raspberry colour with orange and copper highlights and the bubbles are fine and lively. Essentially a fruity style with aromas of gooseberries, raspberries, red
                 apples, cherries and wild strawberries. Some mineral/chalky notes mingle with subtle hints of brioche. A lively, fresh attack.
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £109.95

Sparkling Wine   MOET & CHANDON Brut Rose 'Imperiale' N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £33.95
                 Brut Impérial Rosé is a fruity, dazzling wine, full of freshness and spontaneity. A wonderful versatile champagne which is appropriate both as an aperitif and with food. It is zestful, with great
                 suppleness. The assemblage with red wine also gives it feminine, coppery shades.The wine is lively, clean and expressive, initially dominated by the scent of spice followed by ripe red fruits
                 and wild strawberries. Aromas of wild strawberries on the nose follow through on the palate of this wine to combine with hints of red currants and nectarines.
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Quarter (20cl) £10.95, Half £19.95 & Magnum £71.50

Sparkling Wine   MOET & CHANDON Brut Rose 'Imperiale' Vintage 1999/00 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £42.75
Sparkling Wine   MOET & CHANDON Dom Perignon Rose 1996 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £215.95
                 Mature notes of mushroom, corrupt cherry and forest undergrowth evoke an aged red Burgundy. Firm and medium-bodied, yet softening and with little effervescence, it fades by the finish,
                 but the bouquet alone is worth the price of admission. Drink now.
                 WINE SPECTATOR 92 points
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £549.00 (Vintage may vary)

Sparkling Wine   PERRIER-JOUET Blason Rose N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £39.95
                 The intense, luminous colour is salmon-pink with coppery highlights. The abundant effervescence forms a fine, steady stream of bubbles. Elegant aromas of raspberries, wild strawberries and
                 rose petals, the aromatic richness is reflected in a full, powerful, melting flavour which creates an impression of silk. Finally, hints of red fruits and tender flavours of citrus provide a pleasant
                 freshness.
                 The finesse and elegance express all the art and magic of Champagne blending, which Perrier-Jouet has mastered so well.
                 The refined presentation of the bottle is in complete harmony with the delicate pink tint of the champagne, obtained by adding a small quantity of carefully selected red wine from
                 Champagne.

Sparkling Wine   PERRIER-JOUET Rose 'Belle Epoque' 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £84.95
                 Cuvee Belle Eqoque Rosé is Perrier-Jouet's emblem which has become one of the most esteemed prestige cuvees in the world. The transparency of the magnificent bottle, with its Emile
                 Galle floral decor, reveals its attractive pink tints.
                 This is a delightful, gentle wine, with all the qualities of a great pink champagne that offers both roundness and vinosity: elegance, finesse, delicacy and subtle fruity aromas. An attractive,
                 salmon-pink colour and fine, persistent bubbles. Very elegant aromas of red fruits: wild strawberries and redcurrants, with notes of honey and baked bread in the finish. On the palate it
                 well-balanced and sustained and its great complexity reveals excellent length and power, while retaining a certain delicacy and freshness.

Sparkling Wine   PHILIPPONNAT Brut Rose Reserve N.V. Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                               £30.95
                 A non-vintage wine like the Royale Réserve, Réserve Rosée abides by the historic tradition of style at the House of Philipponnat. The majority of the blend comprises the rich and powerful
                 grapes from the beautiful vineyards of Montagne de Reims in Ay and Mareuil-sur-Ay and its three year ageing process gives it a pleasant complexity without taking anything away from its
                 freshness.
                 This fine rosé is dry yet fruity with hints of strawberries, red currants, and candied mandarin. It makes a lovely accompaniment for smoked meats and fish, pork butchery, as well as desserts
                 made with red berries, or simply on its own.

Sparkling Wine   VEUVE CLICQUOT Rose Reserve 1999/00 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £43.95
                 59% Pinot Noir, 8% Pinot Meunier and 33% Chardonnay and 15% of red wine from Bouzy. It has a good pink colour with dark copper reflections. The nose is very expressive, with initial
                 notes of red fruits (wild strawberry, raspberry and redcurrant) developing into more complex aromas (fig, fresh almond and bergamot). In the mouth the wine is full of freshness and
                 vivacity, with persistent texture and depth. The length and characteristics of this wine are exceptional. Its strength and generosity mean it should be served as an accompaniment to dishes
                 such as veal served with chanterelle mushrooms, duck breast with red fruit or quail with grapes. However, patience is required as only time will be able to tame this wine in order to reveal
                 its complexity and richness.



                 Vintage
Sparkling Wine   A.R. LENOBLE 'Cuvee Gentilhomme' 1999 Bottle (in Luxury Box) (G)                                                                                                                            £39.95
                 Produced from 100% Chardonnay grapes from 100% classified Cote des Blancs vineyards and with a limited production of only 25000 bottles per year. This wine has a lovely yellow/golden
                 colour and very fine bubbles and a delicate mousse. It has a floral nose full of fresh, rich aromas and is light and elegant on the palate with wonderful balance and an elegant, persistent finish.
                 It is the perfect as an aperitif or as an accompaniment to light foods such as shellfish, fish or poultry.
                 THE WINE ADVOCATE 'The Domaine A.R. Lenoble proved to be an exciting discovery. As I have frequently written, one of the more positive developments in Champagne is the number
                 of small domaines that are getting recognition for the high quality of their selections'

Sparkling Wine   A.R. LENOBLE Grand Cru 'Blanc de Blanc' 1996 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £27.95
                 Nothing to say except "Exceptional!". Certainly the vintage of the last century with an incredible potential of ageing.
                 This cuvee has received the Gold Medal from Decanter UK and has been rated 95/100 by Wine Spectator in 2005 with the following commentary:
                 "This is intense, concentrated and refined. Peach, honeysuckle, toast and mineral aromas and flavours meld beautifully with the vibrant structure and supple texture. The harmony of all the
                 elements and intensity of flavour make this Champagne a standout. Drink now through 2015."
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £56.95 (Vintage may vary)




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                 Vintage
Sparkling Wine   G.H. MUMM Brut Vintage 1998 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £29.95
                 With its predominance of Pinots Noirs from the best crus of the Montagne de Reims, subtly balanced the superb Chardonnays from the Côte des Blancs, this thoroughbred wine is intense
                 on the nose, powerful and rich in the mouth. Cellar-aged for at least five years, this is a champagne to accompany gourmet food. Its potential for further ageing lends it further appeal to
                 connoisseurs.
                 Deep yellow in colour with emerald green tints. The sparkle is lively and appealing, ending in a fine, persistent ring of bubbles at the edge of the glass. The nose enchants from the first with
                 aromas of fresh flowers and crystallised citrus fruit. These give way to more masculine fragrances of dried apricots, Corinth raisins, blond tobacco and vanilla. The palate is struck straight
                 away by the sheer depth, freshness and energy of this wine. The sparkle is subtle, underlining the Chardonnay’s finesse.

Sparkling Wine   GALLIMARD Vintage 'Cuvee de Prestige' 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £21.95
                 Made exclusively from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir of the Riceys region.This prestigious Cuvee has matured during 4 years in our cellars, which gave its own character of citrus, floral and
                 buttery aromas with a gold yellow colour and fine bubbles.Honey and baked fruits fill the palate with such a great depth.

Sparkling Wine   KRUG Vintage 1995 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                          £122.95
                 Stephen Spurrier (Decanter - Sept-2006) - "After the "stuctured" 1988, "sunny" 1989 and the "explosive" 1990, Remi Krug presented his "classic" 1995 in London saying it was reminiscent of
                 the 1969 and 1979 vintages: wines celebrated for their harmony and balance. Robust and marvellously fresh, this is a great Krug."

Sparkling Wine   MOET & CHANDON Dom Perignon 1999 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £85.45
                 JANCIS ROBINSON - 'I thought it worth alerting you to the fact that this seems to me to be the best Dom P since at least 1990 and probably long before...this cuvée is extraordinarily open
                 and ripe already - it hits the palate with such force it is easy to confuse its ripeness with sweetness but then, in Dom P style, it tightens up immensely and finished with great race and
                 refreshing dryness. The nose initially suggests something headily fragrant - lilies perhaps - but then develops in the glassy to be much meatier and denser. But it took a glass 24 hours to
                 develop the tight-knit, bready autolysis that is characteristic of most Dom Pérignon vintages, which suggests to me that this wine, while being super-welcoming, will also have a very long life
                 ahead of it.'
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £199.95 (Vintage may vary)

Sparkling Wine   MOET & CHANDON Dom Perignon 'Oenotheque' 1992 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £139.95
                 Dom Perignon peaks at three distinct times during its life cycle, although the timing of the peaks may ary from vintage to vintage. The first peak ('phase de plenitude' in French) at about
                 seven years, is the stage when the wine is at its most vibrant and the majority of the vintage is released into the market. The second peak usually occurs between fourteen and twenty years
                 and is the stage when the wine takes on greater depth and vigour. The third, from 25 years onwards, is when the wine reaches full maturity and takes on an extra dimension of complexity.

                 Dom Perignon occasionally releases small quantities of the OEnotheque wines when they reach a peak in their quality. Kept undisturbed in their original bottles in the Hautvillier's cellars,
                 these wines offer a rare opportunity to experience mature Champagne aged in perfect conditions.

Sparkling Wine   MOET & CHANDON Dom Perignon 'Oenotheque' 1993 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £149.95
Sparkling Wine   MOET & CHANDON Dom Perignon 'Oenotheque' 1995 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £154.95
Sparkling Wine   MOET & CHANDON Grand Vintage 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £35.95
                 A superbly crafted vintage Champagne with luxurious honey and yeast flavours with just a touch of spice on its long, elegant finish. Though Moët's NV can be seen in just about every
                 country in the world, it is with their vintage expression that this great house founded its quality reputation.

                 Fresh white fruits such as peach and pear appear on the nose along with dried fruits, hints of toast and malt notes.The palate is inviting and firm with ample and fleshy fruitiness. This
                 generosity grows, stretching to caramelised and almost mineralised citrus fruits.After hand-picking, the grapes were pressed very gently - only the best juice from the first pressing was used.
                 Grapes from different 'crus' were pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks separately to imbue complexity to the final blend. After malolactic fermentation, the vats were blended and
                 bottled to undergo secondary fermentation. Aged for 4-5 years on the lees before disgorging.

Sparkling Wine   MUMM Brut 'Cuvee R Lalou' 1998 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                £84.95
                 Champagne G.H. Mumm, now owned by Pernod Ricard, has launched its new prestige cuvee: Cuvée R. Lalou. The brand is currently undergoing a dramatic reinvention and the launch of this
                 fine wine marks a coming out of sorts. The new terroir-focused bubbly takes its name from Rene Lalou, chairman of Mumm from 1939 to 1973. The rich, full-bodied wine is made of half
                 pinot noir, half chardonnay grapes. It is produced in very small quantities and only with grapes sourced in the best years from up to twelve of the very best grand cru parcels within the
                 Mumm vineyard. Only seven of these parcels were chosen for the 1998 vintage. It is available in only limited quantities and has not been bottled in magnums. So, by all means, put on your
                 finest frock and bottoms up!

Sparkling Wine   PERRIER-JOUET Brut 'Belle Epoque' 1999/2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £77.95
                 This bottle holds Perrier-Jouet's most remarkable champagne and one of the world's best known prestige cuvees. The success story began with the discovery of a bottle designed by Emile
                 Galle in 1902. The bottle was so strikingly beautiful that Perrier-Jouet resolved to fill it with a prestige champagne. The best grands crus from the Cote des Blancs, were blended to make a
                 subtle, elegant, refined champagne.
                 The colour is a greenish-gold, reflecting a magnificent, crystalline brightness and in the glass it has fine, regular bubbles. On the nose it has soft notes of white flowers, honey and lemon
                 married with the aromas of fresh fruits such as plums and pineapple. The flavour confirms the richness of the bouquet : initial freshness, light but strong and lively, with some subtle notes of
                 honey and vanilla.

Sparkling Wine   PERRIER-JOUET Grand Brut Vintage 1998 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £44.95
                 This is a superb vintage champagne with all the freshness, elegance and finesse you'd expect from Perrier-Jouet. Rounded aromas compliment fruity flavours on a yeasty, citrus palate. A zing
                 of lemon zest adds to a long, memorable finish.

                 Food Pairings: Drink slightly chilled on its own or pair with fresh crab.

Sparkling Wine   PHILIPPONNAT Brut 'Clos des Goisses' 1999 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                     £84.95
                 Belonging exclusively to Philipponnat, the Clos des Goisses is an exceptional vineyard of 5,5 Ha enclosed by walls, with an impressive gradient of 30 to 45°, facing full south, where
                 Philipponnat produces the most powerful of Champagne wines.
                 Always vintaged, very lightly dosed, this uncommon wine is characterized by incredible length and body, in which Pinot Noir characteristics predominate.
                 This fabulous wine for great occasions, extraordinarily mineral and intense is also a marvelous companion for gastronomy matching game, mushrooms and even cheeses.

Sparkling Wine   VEUVE CLICQUOT 'La Grande Dame' 1996/98 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £89.95
                 Based on a blend of eight Grands Crus but dominated by Pinot Noir grapes (62.5%) this wine has a pale gold-green colour. On the nose it is exceptionally elegant with dominant floral notes
                 (mint and white flowers) mingling with hints of fresh fruit (citrus fruits, fresh almonds). In the mouth, the Pinot Noir reveals its true personality. Fruity notes (white peaches, grapefruit and
                 bergamot) dominate an energetic attack on the palate, which is prolonged by the structure and roundedness of the wine. The balance, a combination of freshness and vigour, is ideal. With a
                 finish that is extremely persistent and clean, mineral notes add force to this noble wine. True connoisseurs should have patience and take great pleasure in drinking this champagne in a few
                 years' time, once it has come to full cellar maturity.

Sparkling Wine   VEUVE CLICQUOT Brut Vintage Reserve 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £39.95
                 A blend of 59% Pinot Noir, 8% Pinot Meunier and 33% Chardonnay this wine shows a beautiful deep gold colour, with slight green hues. The sparkle is lively and persistent. On the nose it is
                 expressive and complex with initial impressions of citrus, yellow fruit (peach, apricot, mirabelle plum) together with subtle dry fruit aromas (hazelnut, almond) and spices (cinnamon, vanilla,
                 honey). In the mouth, it is very full and well structured. Richness and intensity are wonderfully associated. The remarkable balance means that this champagne will keep for a exceptional
                 length of time. It is the perfect match for seawater fish (Bass, Turbot, John Dory).

Sparkling Wine   VEUVE CLICQUOT Rich Reserve 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £39.95
                 58% Pinot Noir, 11% Pinot Meunier and 31% Chardonnay. The nose is intense and particularly complex with notes of fresh yellow fruits (peaches on the vine, apricots and Mirabelle plums)
                 married with subtle variations of candied fruit, honey and tropical fruits (passionfruit and mango). In the mouth the wine is generous and well structured with a 28g dosage providing depth
                 to the overall structure.
                 This chameleon-like, gourmet wine is the perfect choice for somewhat unusual combinations and a delicious accompaniment to Asian cooking and sweet and savoury combinations.
                 Sechuan-style duck, a lamb curry or tajine, or a more traditional dish of foie gras panfried with balsamic vinegar, will stimulate the most cynical of taste buds.




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               Anjou
Dessert Wine   CHATEAU PIERRE-BISE Coteaux du Layon 2004 Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                               £13.75
               Elegant, fruit dominated nose, a touch ethereal, showing botrytis with a little exposure to air. Rich, apricot, honey, mineral character on the palate, matched by sufficient acidity.
               Mouth-coating, expansive, almost luscious feel. But has great balance. Shows some grip at the finish. Long, lingering presence. Delicious, with superb potential.

Rose Wine      ROSE D'ANJOU 'Les Ligeriens' 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £4.95
               A lovely fruity Rosé wine with off dry to medium summer fruit flavours. (Medium in style)
               Very easy drinking


               Bourgueil
Red Wine       YANNICK AMIRAULT Bourgueil 'La Coudraye' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £9.45
               Yannick Amirault is one of the most sought after growers in the Loire. 11 hectares of Bourgueil and 2 in St Nicolas de Bourgueil and he sells out fast. The vines are between 45 and 50 years
               old and all the wines go into a mixture of ‘barriques’ and ‘demi-muids’ (325 litres).
               Production is organic and the wines are bottled unfined and unfiltered.
               Densely coloured, peppery nose, and deliciously fruit packed on the palate with glossy fruit, this is so lovely to drink now on its youthful fruit, and yet capable of ageing many years.

Red Wine       YANNICK AMIRAULT Bourgueil 'Petite Cave' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                               £14.95
               Yannick Amirault is one of the most sought after growers in the Loire. 11 hectares of Bourgueil and 2 in St Nicolas de Bourgueil and he sells out fast. The vines are between 45 and 50 years
               old and all the wines go into a mixture of ‘barriques’ and ‘demi-muids’ (325 litres). “Les Quartiers” is from limestone soils, “Le Grand Clos” is planted on siliceous, clay soils, “Graviers” on
               sandy, clay soils and “Les Malgagnes", which sees 50% new oak is planted on clay, limestone soils.
               Production is organic and the wines are bottled unfined and unfiltered. These wines age beautifully.



               Cheverny
White Wine     DOMAINE DU SALVARD Cheverny 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £7.65
               Cheverny is located South-West of Orleans. By legislation, Cheverny wine has to be a blend of varietals, 70% Sauvignon Blanc and 30% Chardonnay. Cheverny is a "Vin De Qualite
               Superieure" zone in the middle of the Loire which was promoted to full "Appellation Controlee" status in 1993. Fresh and floral, with appley-texture and crisp acidity. Tingly, nervy and
               admirably fruity. This surely represents a great value-for-money from the Loire Valley.
               This great drinking wine just keeps getting better.



               Chinon
Red Wine       CHARLES JOGUET Chinon Rouge 'Clos de la Cure' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                       £11.95
               The "Clos de la Cure" is the lightest of Charles' Chinons and the grapes are sourced from a 2 hectare, gravel and clay vineyard, consistent of the plain of the River Vienne. This Chinon,
               whilst the lightest in style still has the usual hallmarks of a fine Joguet wine; silky texture, great concentration and rich plush raspberry, plum and violet flavours.
               ROBERT PARKER 'Joguet, a rugged looking vigneron with a brutal sense of humor, makes, in my opinion, Chinon's finest wines. The four cuvees of red Chinon range from very good to
               outstanding.'

White Wine     COULY DUTHEIL Chinon Blanc 'Chanteaux' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £9.95
               The Chinon region in the Loire valley with its semi-oceanic climate, sunny, mild days and wonderful terroir, is a winemaker's dream. Couly-Dutheil is a family estate founded in the early 20th
               century by René Couly and Madeleine Dutheil and The Clos de l’Echo vineyard opposite the castle is owned by descendents of the founders. Here in the limestone cellars, grapes from 75
               hectares of vines, spread over three different terroirs, are turned into wine. The gravel strewn terraces of Vienne produce fruity, easy-drinking wines, while the steep clay-limestone hillsides
               give birth to round, elegant cuvées. A combination of care, attention and expertise has produced some real Chinon classics.

Rose Wine      COULY DUTHEIL Chinon Rose 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £8.25
               Made from 100% Cabernet Franc grapes the prestigious Couly Dutheil brand presents a very fruity wine, fine, elegant, delicious and well-balanced perfect with fish and seafood, salad and
               cheese. The rosé you need for your summer holidays!
               The Chinon region in the Loire valley with its semi-oceanic climate, sunny, mild days and wonderful terroir, is a winemaker's dream. Couly-Dutheil is a family estate founded in the early 20th
               century by René Couly and Madeleine Dutheil and The Clos de l’Echo vineyard opposite the castle is owned by descendents of the founders. Here in the limestone cellars, grapes from 75
               hectares of vines, spread over three different terroirs, are turned into wine. The gravel strewn terraces of Vienne produce fruity, easy-drinking wines, while the steep clay-limestone hillsides
               give birth to round, elegant cuvées. A combination of care, attention and expertise has produced some real Chinon classics.

Red Wine       COULY DUTHEIL Chinon Rouge 'Baronnie Madeleine' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                        £10.95
               The younger generation has taken over the reins and Jacques, Bertrand and Arnaud Couly now only produce wines made exclusively from their own grapes. We were completely seduced
               by the juicy drinkablity of their delicious Chinons.
               The "Baronnie Madeleine" is a blend of the best Cru's and has great charm and finesse. It has an entrancing ruby colour, pronounced aromas of crushed flowers and wonderful flavours of
               raspberries and violets. A super food wine.

Red Wine       COULY DUTHEIL Chinon Rouge 'Clos de L'Echo' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £13.95
               The younger generation has taken over the reins at this well-established Chinon producer. Jacques, Bertrand and Arnaud Couly have closed down the négociant side of the business and now
               only produce wines made exclusively from their own grapes.
               We were completely seduced by the juicy drinkablity of this delicious monopole Chinon - a beautifully sited 17-hectare vineyard looking on to Chinon's mediaeval castle - is elegant, classy
               and understated.

Red Wine       COULY DUTHEIL Chinon Rouge 'Les Gravieres' 2004/05/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £7.95


               Pays Nantais
White Wine     CHATEAU DE LA JOUSSELENIERE Muscadet DSM Sur Lie 'Prestige' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                             £6.95
               LOIRE VALLEY, St. Julien de Concelles - This wine is soft, dry and very approachable. Made from selected grapes, from selected vines at Chateau de la Jousseleniere.

White Wine     DOMAINE HAUT PEMIONS Muscadet de Sevre et Maine Sur Lie 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                 £6.45
               Christophe Drouard makes classic Muscadet from 16 hectares of vines with an average age of 35 years situated on silican clay around the commune of Monnières. The wine is vinified at
               21°in underground glass-lined vats, the malolactic fermentation being disallowed, and the wine rests on its lees (sur lie) throughout the winter. The wine is not fined and just receives a light
               filtration prior to bottling.
               The wines are chosen almost every year by the syndicate of Muscadet growers to represent the 'Finest of Muscadet Sur Lie'.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £3.75

White Wine     HALLOPIERE Muscadet de Sevre et Maine Christophe Drouard 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                £4.95

               Pouilly-Sur-Loire
White Wine     ALAIN CAILBOURDIN Pouilly-Fume 'Les Cornets' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £10.95
               Domaine Cailbourdin was set up from scratch in 1980 by Alain and Carmen Cailbourdin. They now have 16 hectares of Sauvignon Blanc split between the different crus of Pouilly and a
               well-earned reputation as one of the most dedicated growers of this appellation, producing wines with great concentration, purity and intensity of style. Vinfying each parcelle seperately,
               Alain trys to bring out the different characteristics of the soil types while emphasising the complexity of the Sauvignon Blanc, a task that starts in the vineyards.
               A bigger slightly richer style than 'Les Cris' this wine has more palate weight and more obvious mineral hints on the lovely ripe fruit flavours.
               Fine and elegant mineral notes balanced by rich stoned fruit. The palate reveals an astonishing purity, structure and length.

White Wine     ALAIN CAILBOURDIN Pouilly-Fume 'Les Cris' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £11.95
               Domaine Cailbourdin was set up from scratch in 1980 by Alain and Carmen Cailbourdin. They now have 16 hectares of Sauvignon Blanc split between the different crus of Pouilly and a
               well-earned reputation as one of the most dedicated growers of this appellation, producing wines with great concentration, purity and intensity of style. Vinfying each parcelle seperately,
               Alain trys to bring out the different characteristics of the soil types while emphasising the complexity of the Sauvignon Blanc, a task that starts in the vineyards. This wine has ripe fruit
               flavours in a clean, crisp style. The finish is long elegant gooseberry fruit flavours with subtle hints of flint, lovely balance - just what you expect from a top class Pouilly-Fume.




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               Pouilly-Sur-Loire
White Wine     ANDRE DEZAT Pouilly-Fume 'Domaine Thibault' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £10.95
               André Dezat is one of the characters of Sancerre and he is known locally and throughout most of the Loire as “le p’tit d” (‘dieu’). His two very capable sons are in charge, Louis in the cellars
               and Simon in the vineyards.
               The white wine is outstanding; mouthfilling, steely and packed with gooseberries. Their 20 hectares are superbly situated around five villages. Again, low yields, and enormous care in the
               vineyards and cellars make for only the finest Sancerre.
               The Sancerrre Blanc is fermented and matured in stainless steel. Their red Sancerres are some of the finest and most sought-after in the region. The regular ‘cuvée’ is from 25 year old vines
               and matured in 2-5 year old barrels, whilst the Cuvée Spéciale, from 40 year old vines, sees 100% new oak. Their barrel cellar would put many a Burgundian cellar to shame! The delicious
               Rosé is from the younger Pinot Noir vines.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £21.50

White Wine     CLAUDE MICHOT Pouilly-Fume 'Les Berthiers' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £11.30
               Claude Michot produces a wine that is very much of his village, St Andelain - a hamlet made famous by Didier Dagueneau - in that it has a real flinty, almost ‘capgun’ smoke scented nose and
               racy, steely acidity.

White Wine     DAGUENEAU Pouilly-Fume 'Silex' 2005 Bottle- NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                               £54.95
White Wine     DOMAINE CHAMPEAU Pouilly-Fume 'Cuvee Silex' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £12.95
               Domaine Champeau is a 16.5 ha estate in St Andelain, run by 2 cousins, Franck & Guy Champeau. They are the third generation to run the property, and apart from 1.5 ha which is planted
               with Chasselas (delicious, but quite unsellable!), they only make Pouilly-Fumé. The soils across the estate range form pure silex to argilo-calcaires, argile à silex and chalk. Their Cuvée Silex
               comes from pure silex; it has a rich, smokey, grapefruity nose, and is very serious, very long.

White Wine     HUBERT BROCHARD Pouilly-Fume 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £9.95
               This wine has a pale gold color with youthful shadings of silver and green. The nose is floral, with notes of hawthorn complemented by fruity notes of hazelnuts, golden apples and pears.
               Once open the wine takes on more vegetal notes of fresh grass, nettles and mint. A wine of marked finesse punctuated by a nice mineral aspect. On the palate the wine has a supple attack
               very quickly punctuated by sharp acidic freshness and is a thirst-quenching, easy-to-drink wine. Very forthright and balanced.

White Wine     HUBERT BROCHARD Pouilly-Fume Vieilles-Vignes 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                               £14.95
               Carefully selected grapes from 'old vines' produce this stunning wine with soft, mellow fruit and hints of its former gooseberry, lychee flavours. Made for lying down for between 8 - 10 years
               (depending on vintage) it is best served chilled at 12C and is the ideal accompaniment to all grilled fish and white meat in sauces.

White Wine     JOSEPH MELLOT Pouilly-Fume 'Le Troncsec' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £11.95
               Made from 100% Sauvignon Blanc grapes grown on predominantly Kimmeridgian marl, pebbly on the surface with a clay subsoil, in the commune of Saint Laurent l'Abbaye. This wine has a
               lovely golden-yellow colour and is luminous, bright and transparent . The nose is marked by notes of box tree and citrus fruits (lemons), and expresses its terroir well. This is a rich, very
               well-balanced wine that is particularly appreciated for its fullness and long-lasting finish. This wine is a wonderful match for seafood and fish (such as sole, salmon, trout or lobster), gourmet
               salads and foie gras. It can also be served as an aperitif. Ideal serving temperature: 8-10°C



               Quincy
White Wine     DOMAINE DE CHEVILLY Quincy 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £9.65
               We first tasted this wine on a recent buying trip to the Loire Valley and immediatley wanted to list it. It is made from Sauvignon Blanc grapes and it has the typical Quincy characteristic of
               fruit flavour, that is showing lovely fruit flavours of 'ripe pears'.
               It is a crisp and dry white wine, offering rich, concentrated fruit flavours that are long in the mouth, yet it still manages to be elegant and extremely drinkable!
               Yves Lestourgie gave up Cereal farming 12 years ago to make Quincy, his domaine de Chevilly has 10 hectares of vines, with an average age of 20 years. Yves leaves the wine on its lees in
               tank right up to the moment of 'assemblage' and bottling to develop concentration and richness.

White Wine     DOMAINE MARDON Quincy 'Tradition' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £8.95
               This wine is more elegant in style than our other Quincy from 'Domaine de Chevilly'. It shows subtle hints of ripe pear fruit flavours, the beautifully balanced fruit and correct acidity create
               a crisp, dry white that is very enjoyable.
               Helen Mameaux-Mardon took over running of the family estate four years ago and is the fifth generation to run the estate. There are 15 hectares of vines and the vines that make the top
               cuvee St Edme Vielles Vignes are aged between 35 & 65 years.


               Sancerre
White Wine     ANDRE DEZAT Sancerre Blanc 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £10.95
               Andre Dezat is one of the characters of Sancerre. The 20 hectares that the family own are superbly situated, the yields are low and enormous care is taken in the vineyards and cellars
               creating a superb Sancerre. This wine is outstanding, mouthfilling, steely and packed with gooseberries. It is fermented and matured in only stainless steel retaining the freshness and purity of
               the fruit.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £21.50

Rose Wine      ANDRE DEZAT Sancerre Rose 2005/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £10.95
               André Dezat is one of the characters of Sancerre and he is known locally and throughout most of the Loire as "le p'tit d" (dieu). Their 20 hectares are superbly situated around five villages.
               Again, low yields, and enormous care in the vineyards and cellars make for only the finest Sancerre. This is a deliciously fruity and delicate dry crisp Rose.

Red Wine       ANDRE DEZAT Sancerre Rouge 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £10.95
               André Dezat is one of the characters of Sancerre and he is known locally and throughout most of the Loire as “le p’tit d” (dieu). His two very capable sons are in charge, Louis in the cellars
               and Simon in the vineyards. Both his daughters-in-law, Sylvie and Nadine run a very efficient office.
               Their 20 hectares are superbly situated around five villages, low yields, and enormous care in the vineyards and cellars make for only the finest Sancerre. Their reds are some of the finest
               and most sought-after in the region. A new barrel cellar would put many a Burgundian cellar to shame. 2005 being so warm, the Pinot's have ripened beautiful making a sensational ripe fruity
               red.

White Wine     HUBERT BROCHARD Sancerre Blanc 'Classique' 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £9.95
               This wine is produced from 100% Sauvignon Blanc grapes, from 30 years old vines, grown in plots around the villages of Saint Gemme, Menetreol, Amigny, Chavignol and Sancerre. The
               vineyards consist of 40% limestone, 40% flint and 20% clay. Harvesting is done in early October and the wine is vinified in telperature-controlled vats. It can be kept for up to 5 years and is
               clean, dry and fruity. Best served at 10C and is the ideal accompaniment to seafood, fish in sauces, certain cheeses, in particular Crottin de Chavignol goat's cheese.
               3rd PLACE - Top 10 Sauvignons under £10 in the World
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £5.45

White Wine     HUBERT BROCHARD Sancerre Blanc Vieilles-Vignes 2001/02 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £10.95
               This wine is produced from a selection of old vines planted on the finest hillsides of Chavignol. 100% Sauvignon Blanc grapes from vines of an average of 50 years grown on hillsides that are
               40% limestone and 60% clay. Harvesting is done manually toward the end of October and the wine is vinified in 600 litre oak hogsheads (barrels). It is ideally suited for laying down for
               roughly 8 to 10 years, and even more depending on the vintage. This wine should be served at 12C and is the ideal accompaniment to all grilled fish and white meat dishes.

White Wine     HUBERT BROCHARD Sancerre Blanc 'Aujourd 'hui Comme Autrefois' 2005/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                           £11.45
               This wine comes from the essentially chalky soils of "Les Garennes". It is made using traditional methods in thermoregulated stainless steel tanks without clarification or filtration. To add
               depth to the wine, it has been left to age on its lees. Thanks to the early bottling, this wine will keep all its youth, vigour and fruit for many years. Excellent as an aperitif and certainly to be
               shared.
               THE DEPOSIT THAT MAY APPEAR IN THIS WINE TESTIFIES TO ITS AUTHENTICITY AND QUALITY AND IS DUE TO ITS TRADITIONAL VINIFICATION WITHOUT FINING OR
               FILTRATION. IT IS COMPLETELY HARMLESS.

White Wine     HUBERT BROCHARD Sancerre Blanc 'Cuvee Mont Damnes' 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £15.95
Rose Wine      HUBERT BROCHARD Sancerre Rose 'Classique' 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £9.95
               From 100% Pinot Noir grapes grown on vineyards around the town of Chavignol this wine should be drunk young (within 3 years of vintage). It is light, fine and elegant and should be served
               chilled. A fruity and refreshing wine that is the ideal accompaniment throughout any meal or as an aperitif.




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                 Sancerre
Red Wine         HUBERT BROCHARD Sancerre Rouge 'Classique' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £11.45
                 This wine is produced from 100% Pinot Noir grapes, from 30 year old vines, grown in vineyards located essentially on the deep soils dedicated to the Pinot Noir grape variety. The
                 vineyards cosist of 50% limestone, 30% flint and 20% clay with harvesting being done in mid October. The wine is vinified in temperature controlled stainless steel vats and after racking the
                 wine is placed in 225 litre oak barrels for conservation. This wine is made for laying down for roughly 5 years and is full-bodied and slightly tannic. It is best served cool, at between 12-14C
                 and is the ideal accompaniment to cooked meat, red meat, poultry and all kinds of cheeses.

White Wine       JEAN-PAUL BALLAND Sancerre Blanc 'Grand Cuvee' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £14.45
                 Jean Paul Balland owns some 20 hectares with fine plots on Le Grand Chemarin and Le Chene Marchand. The grapes are partly hand picked and partly mechanically harvested, then
                 fermented at a temperature as low as 15. The wine receives no fining but has a light filtration. This is a classic example of a rich, round style of Sancerre. The Grand Cuvee which can age
                 magnificiently, is from the oldest vines and 50% sees maturation in used demi-muids.

White Wine       JEAN-PAUL BALLAND Sancerre Blanc 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £10.95
                 Jean Paul Balland owns some 20 hectares with fine plots on Le Grand Chemarin and Le Chene Marchand. The grapes are partly hand picked and partly mechanically harvested, then
                 fermented at a temperature as low as 15. The wine receives no fining but has a light filtration. This is a classic example of a rich, round style of Sancerre.

Red Wine         JEAN-PAUL BALLAND Sancerre Rouge 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £11.95
                 Sweet ripe blackberry and plum flavours are expertly balanced with a hint of mint and layers of ripe flavours on the palate. Overall this is soft, but with a fruit driven finish.

White Wine       JOSEPH MELLOT Sancerre Blanc 'Chatellenie' 005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                               £12.25
                 Made from 100% Sauvignon Blanc grapes grown on clay and limestone soils composed of geological formations dating back to the Cretaceous period. These soils are rich in flint, giving the
                 wine a characteristic taste of gunflint. This wine has a pale golden colour with green tints and an expressive nose of white flowers with mineral notes. Delicate on the palate with a
                 harmonious balance of acidity and alcohol. The flinty terroir gives this wine finesse and delicacy. Its fruity finesse makes this wine a good match for shellfish, fish, white meat and goat's
                 cheese, such as Crottin de Chavignol. It is also a good aperitif wine.
                 CONCOURS DE BOURGES - GOLD MEDAL

White Wine       PIERRE & ALAIN DEZAT Sancerre Blanc 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £10.95
                 Pierre Dezat (André’s brother) has been the exclusive supplier of Sancerre to the Troisgros brothers since the late Jean Troisgros discovered him some thirty years ago. Together with his
                 son Alain, Pierre produces wine in the same superb Dezat family style and perhaps produces the finest Rosé. He bottles later than most growers do as most of his land is “terre blanche”;
                 the wines take longer to come round. Given time they are lovely, full and flavoursome.

Rose Wine        PIERRE & ALAIN DEZAT Sancerre Rose 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £10.95
                 Pierre Dezat (André’s brother) has been the exclusive supplier of Sancerre to the Troisgros brothers since the late Jean Troisgros discovered him some thirty years ago. Together with his
                 son Alain, Pierre produces wine in the same superb Dezat family style and perhaps produces the finest Rosé. He bottles later than most growers do, as most of his land is “terre blanche”;
                 the wines take longer to come round. Given time they are lovely, full and flavoursome.



                 Saumur
Red Wine         CHATEAU DE VILLENEUVE Saumur-Champigny 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £8.95
                 Stunning wines! The "Petrus of Saumur Champigny" is no mean praise from the Moueix family of Petrus fame when they talk of Jean-Pierre Chevallier. The property has 15 hectares planted
                 on the chalky soils on the slopes and plateau rising above the Loire river itself upstream from Saumur. The black cherries flavours, the balance between strength and smoothness and the
                 silky texture of this Saumur-Champigny are proofs that this appellation knows how to produce great wines class, purity and complexity.

White Wine       CHATEAU VILLENEUVE Saumur Blanc 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £8.45
                 THE WINE ADVOCACTE Robert Parker (AUG 2004) 90 points - 'This liquid slate, floral-scented wine is rich, plush, velvety-textured, and medium-bodied. Produced from wonderfully ripe
                 Chenin Blanc, it coats the palate with loads of chalk, candied citrus fruits, earth, flowers, and tangy minerals. A magnificent value, it is complex and has terrific mouth-feel. Drink it over the
                 next 4-5 years'

Red Wine         CHATEAU VILLENEUVE Saumur-Champigny Vieilles-Vignes 2003/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                     £12.95

                 Savennieres
White Wine       DOMAINE DU CLOSEL Savennieres 'Clos du Papillon' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £15.95
                 Domaine du Closel in Savennières has a history stretching back to the Napoleonic era and produces marvellously intense, dry white wines. Today it is owned and run by Mme. de Jessey,
                 who inherited it from her aunt, and her daughter Evelyne de Pontbriand. They have 12 hectares of vineyards planted with Chenin Blanc, some of which are 70 years old.
                 The wines are fermented and matured in oak barrels. 3 different cuvées of Savennières are produced, and it is the Clos du Papillon, which is made from grapes grown on schist and
                 limestone, that shows the greatest intensity, concentration and ageing potential.

White Wine       DOMAINE DU CLOSEL Savennieres 'La Jalousie' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £11.25


                 Touraine
White Wine       ALAIN MARCADET Touraine Sauvignon 2007 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                               £6.25
                 Alain Marcadet's domaine is a perennial award-winning estate and unquestionably the most consistent producer in the Touraine appellation. The estate consists of a patchwork of vineyards
                 on the sandy limestone slopes of the river Cher, which lends a minerally character to the wines. The Touraine Sauvignon is vinified in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks. Slow
                 fermentation, at a very low temperature and entirely reliant on the winery’s ambient yeast population, results in clean, deeply aromatic wines with subtle minerality, a tight, steely structure,
                 and a finish that far exceeds the wine’s price.

White Wine       DOMAINE DES CORBILLIERES Sauvignon de Touraine 2006/07 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                                   £6.35
                 Produced by Maurice Barbou, famous among esteemed growers in Sancerre. Extremely high quality Sauvignon Blanc, this bottle is screaming with varietal character, bursting with bright,
                 fresh citrus fruit, balanced by a good minerality.

White Wine       GUY ALLION Sauvignon de Touraine 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £6.45
                 This domaine with its beautiful Touraine-style house made out of tufa produces first class Sauvignon from vines grown on sandy-clay soil.
                 The estate is managed according to the Terra Vitis programme, a codified system which posits not only respect for the environment but knowledge of the land, parcel by parcel.This
                 sensitivity to the environment means that natural rather than chemical solutions can be pursued in the vineyard.The grapes are picked at maximum and immediately transported to the
                 winery to prevent oxidation.This Sauvignon de Touraine, which in previous years has garnered high praise from the Guide Hachette has lifted aromas of elderflower cordial, Victoria plums
                 and hints of grass come from this wine.The palate is filled with gooseberry fool infused with elderflower and hints of Summer fruit.

White Wine       HUBERT BROCHARD Sauvignon Blanc 'Les Carisannes' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £5.95
                 The vineyard for the production of this lovely Sauvignon Blanc is located in the commune of Bannay, close to the Sancerre appellation. It is made from 100% Sauvignon Blanc grapes and is
                 crisp, dry and fruity. It is delicious with shellfish, seafood & fish or just enjoy the lovely fresh fruit flavours on its own. Made by the highly regarded Sancerre & Pouilly Fume producer Hubert
                 Brochard, this 2005 vintage is also the winner of a GOLD MEDAL.
                 Awarded 'Médaille d'or au concours national des vins de pays, catégorie Sauvignon blanc'.

Sparkling Wine   JEAN-MARIE PENET Cremant de Loire N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £9.45
                 Jean-Marie Penet has now retired as mayor of Oisly, and his oenologue daughter Anne-Sophie and her Burgundian husband Frédéric Meurgey are now in total control of the Domaine. They
                 met while studying in Beaune and they have both trained in Australia, South Africa, and previously Anne-Sophie trained with André Dezat.
                 Last year they swept the board with medals in Paris and this year they did the same in Anjou. All their wines are very fine, including their sparkling Méthode Champenoise which we tend to
                 overlook. It is a favourite amongst Parisian families who do not wish to spend too much money on Champagne.

Red Wine         JEAN-MARIE PENET Gamay de Touraine Chateau de la Presle 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                     £6.65
                 Jean-Marie Penet has now retired as mayor of Oisly, and his oenologue daughter Anne-Sophie and her Burgundian husband Frédéric Meurgey are now in total control of the Domaine. They
                 met while studying in Beaune and they have both trained in Australia, South Africa, and previously Anne-Sophie trained with André Dezat.
                 Last year they swept the board with medals in Paris and this year they did the same in Anjou. All their wines are very fine, including their sparkling Méthode Champenoise which we tend to
                 overlook. It is a favourite amongst Parisian families who do not wish to spend too much money on Champagne.
                 Lovely juicy red fruits and strawberry on the palate. There's a hint of green pistachio in the mix and this gives the wine a slightly firmer edge then a Beaujolais from the same grape. It finishes
                 with a real zing that is even better when the wine is chilled.




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                 Touraine
Rose Wine        JEAN-MARIE PENET Rose 'Pineau d'Aunis' Chateau de la Presle 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                            £6.65
                 Jean-Marie Penet has now retired as mayor of Oisly, and his oenologue daughter Anne-Sophie and her Burgundian husband Frédéric Meurgey are now in total control of the Domaine. They
                 met while studying in Beaune and they have both trained in Australia, South Africa, and previously Anne-Sophie trained with André Dezat.
                 Last year they swept the board with medals in Paris and this year they did the same in Anjou. All their wines are very fine, including their sparkling Méthode Champenoise which we tend to
                 overlook. It is a favourite amongst Parisian families who do not wish to spend too much money on Champagne. This rose has a good balance of flavours with its ripe sweetish 'rose hip' fruit
                 mid palate and a crisp finish.

White Wine       JEAN-MARIE PENET Sauvignon de Touraine Chateau de la Presle 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                               £6.65
                 Jean-Marie Penet has now retired as mayor of Oisly, and his oenologue daughter Anne-Sophie and her Burgundian husband Frédéric Meurgey are now in total control of the Domaine. They
                 met while studying in Beaune and they have both trained in Australia, South Africa, and previously Anne-Sophie trained with André Dezat.
                 Last year they swept the board with medals in Paris and this year they did the same in Anjou. All their wines are very fine, including their sparkling Méthode Champenoise which we tend to
                 overlook. It is a favourite amongst Parisian families who do not wish to spend too much money on Champagne. This Sauvignon Blanc has clean, pure ripe fruit flavours with subtle balanced
                 acidity and is a good value, dry, white wine.

White Wine       SAUVIGNON Vin de Pays de Jardin de la France 'Valancay' 06/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                  £5.75
                 The 2006 Sauvignon Blanc is from an outstanding vintage in the Loire. Made solely from Sauvignon Blanc, it is dry yet aromatic and has depth on the mid palate which makes it highly
                 quaffable. Fermented solely in stainless steel, it has a fragrant nettley character and crisp acidity on the finish.
                 The name ‘Jardin de la France’ (Garden of France) was selected to name the local wines produced in the Loire Valley. It is due to the expression that indicates Touraine and, by extension,
                 the Loire Valley, since 1473, when the Italian ambassador Francesco Florio, visiting Touraine and wrote to one his friends in Florence “I saw the garden of France here”.
                 The wine is bottled under stelvin so that it can be enjoyed free from cork taint and in perfect condition.


                 Vouvray
White Wine       DOMAINE VIGNEAU CHEVREAU Vouvray Moelleux 'Clos Baglin' 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                               £11.95
                 Each time we taste in Michel Vigneau’s corridor-like cave cut deep into the hillside above Chançay, we are bowled over by the sheer quality of his immensely pleasurable wines. And this year
                 was no exception – it was almost impossible to tear ourselves away. As the vines have aged, the monopole Clos de Rougemont, from a small vineyard close to Tours, has even greater depth
                 of flavour, and a delicious long dry finish. It is planted on pure limestone soil and vinified in barrel with a tiny proportion of new oak. A truly stellar Vouvray! The delicious, more forward
                 Vouvray Sec is from heavier, clay soils.
                 The moelleux wines are quite magnificent, and have developed mature, complex flavours. They represent real value for money, and are strongly recommended. All his wines are
                 Biodynamic.

Sparkling Wine   DOMAINE VIGNEAU CHEVREAU Vouvray Petillant Brut N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £9.25
                 Each time we taste in Michel Vigneau’s corridor-like cave cut deep into the hillside above Chançay, we are bowled over by the sheer quality of his immensely pleasurable wines. And this year
                 was no exception – it was almost impossible to tear ourselves away. As the vines have aged, the monopole Clos de Rougemont, from a small vineyard close to Tours, has even greater depth
                 of flavour, and a delicious long dry finish. It is planted on pure limestone soil and vinified in barrel with a tiny proportion of new oak. A truly stellar Vouvray! The delicious, more forward
                 Vouvray Sec is from heavier, clay soils.
                 The moelleux wines are quite magnificent, and have developed mature, complex flavours. They represent real value for money, and are strongly recommended.
                 Made from 100% Chenin Blanc this fantastic sparkler is loaded with crisp green apples, key lime pie, hints of apricot and honey on the finish, as a bonus, smooth lively bubbles. All his wines
                 are Biodynamic.

White Wine       DOMAINE VIGNEAU-CHEVREAU Vouvray Sec 'Rougemont' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £9.95
                 ROBERT PARKER 91-94 points - 'This beauty offers a strong argument that this may be the finest Domaine de Chevalier since the 1970. A blend of 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot,
                 and 5% Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc, it boasts an inky/ruby/purple color as well as a sumptuous perfume of lead pencil shavings, charcoal, black currants, cherries, smoked herbs, and
                 spice. With soft tannin, medium to full body, beautiful opulence, impressive purity, and abundant tannin, it may close down after bottling. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2025.'
                 DECANTER MAGAZINE **** - 'Real poise and elegance. Fine nose with a beautiful pitch of fruit. Depth and intensity. Palate rich, smooth, even a touch of opulence with fine, silky tannins
                 and great length. Drink 2014-2030 (18.5 points)'

White Wine       DOMAINE VIGNEAU-CHEVREAU Vouvray Sec 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £8.95
White Wine       LA VALLEE COQUETTE Vouvray (Demi-Sec) 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £6.75
                 This wine, made from 100% Chenin Blanc grapes, has a pale yellow color with green reflections. The nose has wonderful freshness and in the mouth it has a supple attack and a good acidity.
                 Excellent as an aperitif and a good partner to cold meats, white meats and cheeses.




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               (N) Condrieu
Dessert Wine   FRANCOIS VILLARD Condrieu 'Quintessence' Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                                 £38.95
White Wine     FRANCOIS VILLARD Condrieu 'Deponcins' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £31.95
White Wine     ROBERT NIERO Condrieu 'Les Ravines' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £26.95
               Les Ravines is thus named as the grapes are sourced from a series of precipitous vineyards which are separated by something resembling a ravine, albeit of modest proportions. Granite and
               ancient decomposed limestone are the keys to the success of Viognier in Condrieu.



               (N) Cote Rotie
Red Wine       DOMAINE JEAN-MICHEL GERIN Cote Rotie 'Les Grandes Places' 2005 Bottle - NEW                                                                                                             £51.95
               ROBERT PARKER 'One of the brilliant efforts of the vintage, the 2005 Cote Rotie Les Grandes Places (about 7,000 bottles made) is rich, deep purple in color, with a stunning nose of
               crushed rocks, acacia flowers, blackberry and cassis as well as hints of roasted coffee and spice. The wine is generous, has enormous power, depth, and tannic structure but with everything
               in perfect harmony. This is a beauty to drink over the next 15 or so years.'

Red Wine       TARDIEU-LAURENT Cote Rotie 1999 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £66.95
               ROBERT PARKER 95-97 points (2002) 'The gregarious, talented Michel Tardieu was exceptionally enthusiastic about his 2000 southern Rhones, but decidedly less impressed with those from
               the north. His criticism mirrored those of other serious producers, namely that there were too many grapes, and that the high yields made it nearly impossible to achieve great richness
               unless there was draconian crop thinning, something many producers were not prepared to do given the fact it was a millennium vintage. While the 2000 Tardieu-Laurent offerings are
               excellent for the vintage, they are significantly less concentrated and textured compared to the awesome 1999s.'


               (N) Crozes Hermitage
Red Wine       DOMAINE DU COLOMBIER Crozes-Hermitages 'Cuvee Gaby' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                     £15.95
               A super-charged, classy wine, literally packed with jammy black autumn fruits, an attractive fleshy texture and a further dimension of vanilla oak with a fine, rounded tannin aspect on the
               finish.

Red Wine       DOMAINE FAYOLLE Crozes-Hermitages 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £11.95
               Faury has turned out a competent cuvee of 2005 St.-Joseph that reveals plenty of minerality and attractive cherry and currant fruit in a medium-bodied format.

Red Wine       DOMAINE LES CHENETS Crozes-Hermitages 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £9.95
               M. Etienne Berthoin is the wine maker/owner of this family domaine. For many years they sold grapes to the local Co-op and to Négoces, such as Guigal and Jaboulet, but in 1993 decided to
               start vinifying their own grapes for the first time. They have now expanded the wine making initiative to include the grapes from all 12 hectares of the domaine. They have invested sensibly
               in barriques for the élevage and now feel very happy with the proportion of new oak.
               Ripe, black fruit on the nose, while the palate is packed with fruit, very clean, pure style, with good ripeness, very good length. Drink now.



               (N) Hermitage
Red Wine       DOMAINE DU COLOMBIER Hermitage Rouge 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £37.95
Red Wine       DOMAINE DU COLOMBIER Hermitage Rouge 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £37.45
               Florent Viale is fortunate to own some of the better vineyards on the granite uplands of Hermitage. This is reassuringly traditional. Full-bodied with tannic structure and weighty black fruit
               and nuances of lovely coffee bean and spice on the nose.

Red Wine       M. CHAPOUTIER Hermitage 'Le Meal' 1996 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £102.95
               ROBERT PARKER 92 Points (1999) 'The 1996 Hermitage Le Meal (Chapoutier calls it the Lafite-Rothschild of Hermitage) is a mineral-dominated, high acid, medium to full-bodied,
               high-strung, extremely intellectual wine. It exhibits a saturated ruby/purple color, as well as mineral-dominated aromatics with notes of cassis, kirsch, and underbrush. Made from 80-year old
               vines, it requires 10-15 years of cellaring. Although not the most charming, opulent, or viscous style of Hermitage, it does possess the strongest terroir character of any of Chapoutier's
               wines. I might call it the Ausone of Hermitage! Anticipated maturity: 2012-2040.'

Red Wine       PAUL JABOULET Hermitage 'La Chapelle' 1988 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £64.95
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points 'This was the first vintage in the vertical tasting of La Chapelle that is beginning to reveal considerable secondary nuances and color development. Opaque
               purple/garnet with a touch of amber at the edge, this sexy, rich effort is more pleasurable aromatically than on the palate. However, it possesses multiple dimensions as well as abundant
               aromas of cedar, damp forest, spice box, and Asian spices. The soaring bouquet suggested the wine was more mature in flavor than it turned out to be. The wine is dense, with a firm,
               noticeably tannic edge, full body, and concentrated, powerful flavors. Anticipated maturity: 2005-2025'

Red Wine       PAUL JABOULET Hermitage 'La Chapelle' 1990 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £375.00
               ROBERT PARKER 100 points 'The 1990 La Chapelle is the sexy and opulent. I had the 1990 at the Jaboulet tasting, and again out of a double magnum three months ago. On both occasions
               it was spectacular, clearly meriting a three-digit score. The modern day equivalent of the 1961, it deserves all the attention it has garnered. The color remains an opaque purple, with only a
               slight pink at the edge. Spectacular aromatics offer up aromas of incense, smoke, blackberry fruit, cassis, barbecue spice, coffee, and a touch of chocolate. As it sits in the glass, additional
               nuances of pepper and grilled steak emerge. There is extraordinary freshness for such a mammoth wine in addition to abundant tannin, an amazing 60-second finish, and a level of glycerin
               and thick, fleshy texture that have to be tasted to be believed. Despite its youthfulness, the 1990 La Chapelle is lovely to drink, although it will be even better with another 5-6 years of
               cellaring; it should age for 35-40+ years. Anticipated maturity: 2005-2050'

Red Wine       PAUL JABOULET Hermitage 'La Chapelle' 1996 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £36.95
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points (2000) 'The 1996 Hermitage La Chapelle is immensely impressive. The acidity is high. The color is black/purple, and the wine is extremely concentrated, but
               unevolved and impossible to penetrate. It could turn out like the 1983 and never develop as well as its early promise suggests. Nevertheless, it is a massive effort with extraordinary
               concentration, but the high acidity requires a minimum of 10 years of cellaring. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2025'

Red Wine       PAUL JABOULET Hermitage 'La Chapelle' 1997 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £51.95
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points (2000) 'The moderately intense bouquet exhibits plenty of ripe blackberry and cherry fruit, in addition to spicy, mineral characteristics. There is considerable
               weight and volume, but the wine is tight, and nearly impenetrable, leaving an impression of a large, deep, four-square monolith in need of 7-10 years of cellaring - at the minimum. This is an
               outstanding Hermitage La Chapelle that will have at least three decades of positive evolution. For readers intent on committing infanticide, open and decant it 12-24 hours in advance. The
               improvement is dramatic. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2025'

Red Wine       PAUL JABOULET Hermitage 'La Chapelle' 1998 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £39.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points (2001) 'This estate's flagship wine, Hermitage La Chapelle, merits its world-renowned reputation. The outstanding, elegant 1998 Hermitage La Chapelle's dark
               plum/purple color is followed by scents of new saddle leather, black currants, blackberries, and underbrush. In the mouth, the wine reveals sweet tannin, medium to full body, excellent
               depth, and an intriguing smokiness.'

Red Wine       PAUL JABOULET Hermitage 'La Chapelle' 1999 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £42.95
Red Wine       PAUL JABOULET Hermitage 'La Chapelle' 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £46.50
               ROBERT PARKER 90-92 points (2003) 'The 2001 Hermitage La Chapelle looks to be a strong effort, perhaps the finest since 1997. This is welcome news as this can be one of the world’s
               greatest wines. After an extremely severe selection (something that may have been lacking in previous vintages), the 2001 boasts a deep ruby/purple color as well as a sweet nose of creme
               de cassis intermixed with licorice and earth. Full-bodied, sweet, rich, and moderately tannic, it should merit a score in the low nineties, a good sign after a succession of uninspiring efforts.
               Anticipated maturity: 2010-2020.'

Red Wine       PAUL JABOULET Hermitage 'La Chapelle' 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                    £99.95
               Intense, deep ruby red in colour, with dark cherry highlights. On the nose it is incredibly intense and concentrated, with all the warmth of the 2004 vintage. Perfumes of blackberry and spice
               dominate, giving way to tightly knit oak and fruit characters with ripe tannins and a long, spicy finish.The wine was aged for 18 months in oak casks and racked every four months. The best
               wines from the individual plots go into the La Chapelle blend.




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               (N) Saint Joseph
Red Wine       PHILIPPE FAURY Saint-Joseph 'La Gloriette' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £16.95
               This exciting wine is a dense ruby/purple color with sweet notes of black currants, crushed rocks, earth, and a touch of wood. The wine is rich, pure, impressive, and well-endowed. Drink it
               over the next 7-8 years.



               (S) Beaume de Venise
Dessert Wine   DOMAINE DE DURBAN Muscat de Beaumes de Venise 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £12.95
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points 'Arguably the finest of the sweet Muscat Beaumes de Venise offerings, this estate-bottled 2003 exhibits orange marmalade and apricot liqueur characteristics in
               its honeyed, perfumed personality. Full-bodied, with loads of sweetness as well as fine underlying acidity, it is fuller and warmer than usual because of the vintage’s higher alcohol.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £7.45

Dessert Wine   DOMAINE DES BERNARDINS Muscat de Beaumes de Venise 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                     £13.45
               The house and cellars of Mme Castaud-Maurin's lovely property are in the village of Beaumes de Venise itself, while the 17 hectares of Muscat a Petits Grains, 25% of which are in fact
               'Noirs', are on the lower slopes of the Mont de Ventoux. The grapes are entirely handpicked and the wine has a delicate character of almonds and apricots, and the use of black Muscat
               gives it a lovely orange tint in the glass.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £7.95



               (S) Ch'neuf-du-Pape
Red Wine       CHATEAU BEAUCASTEL Chateauneuf-du-Pape Rouge 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £39.95
               ROBERT PARKER 96 points (2004) 'Beaucastel has been on a terrific qualitative roll over the last four vintages, and the 2001 Chateauneuf du Pape (which Francois Perrin feels is similar to
               the 1990, although I don’t see that as of yet) is a 15,000-case blend of 30% Grenache, 30% Mourvedre, 10% Syrah, 10% Counoise, and the balance split among the other permitted varietals
               of the appellation. This inky/ruby/purple-colored cuvee offers a classic Beaucastel bouquet of new saddle leather, cigar smoke, roasted herbs, black truffles, underbrush, and blackberry as
               well as cherry fruit. It is a superb, earthy expression of this Mourvedre-dominated cuvee. Full-bodied and powerful, it will undoubtedly close down over the next several years, not to
               re-emerge for 7-8 years. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2025.'

Red Wine       CHATEAU DE VAUDIEU Chateauneuf-du-Pape Rouge 2004 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                               £18.95
               Intense, deep coloured wine, with youthful purple lights. Lively, ripe fruit on the nose, with a touch of spice from the oak aged Syrah component. Rich and powerful, with excellent structure
               and supple tannins complementing the ripe fruit character. Long and spicy to the finish. Blend is 60% Grenache 25% Syrah 15 % Mourvèdre

Red Wine       DOMAINE BERTHET RAYNE Chateauneuf-du- Pape Rouge 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £16.95
               It is satisfying to find a Châteauneuf-du-Pâpe that is true to style and offers very high quality whilst remaining very good value for money. It is rich and jam-packed with juicy fruit, balanced
               oak, lovely pepper and spice notes and tannins that will soften and fade as the wine ages.

White Wine     DOMAINE BERTHET-RAYNE Chateauneuf-du- Pape Blanc (White) 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                               £16.45
               The white wines from Châteauneuf-du-Pape although they provide less than 10% of the total production at Châteauneuf-du-Pape, have now proved to be tremendously popular with the
               general public. They are spicy, fresh with surprisingly elegant and complex aromas.
               As young wines (2 to 3 years old), they can be recommended as a traditional accompaniment to fresh fish, shell fish and white meats. White wines from Châteauneuf-du-Pape are a perfect
               match for goose or duck foie gras and every variety of shell fish.
               If the excellent ageing qualities of the white wines from Châteauneuf-du-Pape are less well known, it is perhaps because of a lack of patience on the part of wine-lovers ! Yet, if you can wait
               5 or 6 years, these white wines develop a rare aroma of honey, nuts and toast.

Red Wine       DOMAINE CHARBONNIERE Chateauneuf-du-Pape 'Cuvee Domaine' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                  £17.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'The elegantly-styled 2005 Chateauneuf du Pape offers a lovely concoction of sweet cherries, creme de cassis, licorice, and incense. Surprisingly approachable, it
               should evolve nicely for a decade or more...'

Red Wine       DOMAINE CHARBONNIERE Chateauneuf-du-Pape 'Les Hautes Brusquieres' 2000 Magnum (G)                                                                                                         £49.95
               ROBERT PARKER 94 points 'The Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Speciale Les Hautes Brusquieres, all from a single vineyard parcel planted high on the plateau of Chateauneuf du Pape, behind
               the village, is made from 100% destemmed Grenache (60%) and Syrah (40%). Malolactic fermentation occurs in both foudre and barrel, and more new oak is utilized. In contrast to the 2001,
               the 2000 Chateauneuf du Pape Les Hautes Brusquieres possesses a dense ruby/purple color and pungent, peppery, garrigue aromas intermixed with blackberry, raspberry, and cherry fruit
               characteristics. This full-bodied offering boasts layers of glycerin, sensational purity, and admirable ripeness. While it does not reveal the color saturation of the 2001, there is similar flavor
               intensity as well as body. Anticipated maturity: now-2016.'

Red Wine       DOMAINE CHARBONNIERE Chateauneuf-du-Pape 'Les Hautes Brusquieres' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                         £24.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'Revealing garrigue and roasted herb characteristics, the 2005 Chateauneuf du Pape Les Hautes Brusquieres Cuvee Speciale exhibits classic aromas of seaweed,
               kirsch liqueur, resin, and licorice. Dark ruby-colored, full-bodied, rich, and broad, with an impressive finish, this cuvee nearly defines the word “Provencal.” Give it 2-3 years of cellaring and
               drink it over the following 15. This is one of the most well-run estates in Chateauneuf du Pape thanks to the meticulous and passionate efforts of proprietor Michel Maret...'

Red Wine       DOMAINE CHARBONNIERE Chateauneuf-du-Pape 'Mourre des Perdrix' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                             £20.95
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points 'The 2005 Chateauneuf du Pape Mourre des Perdrix’s dark ruby/purple-tinged color is followed by notes of black raspberries, black currants, cherries, pepper,
               and incense, medium to full body, and a long, concentrated, layered finish...'

Red Wine       DOMAINE CHARBONNIERE Chateauneuf-du-Pape 'Vieilles-Vignes' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                £24.95
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points 'The most tannic, backward wine of the group is the 2005 Chateauneuf du Pape Vieilles Vignes. Like its 2006 counterpart, it is tightly knit, dense, and interesting,
               but not able to be fully examined at present. Full-bodied, rich, powerful, masculine, and virile, it needs 3-5 years of bottle age, and should last for two decades...'

Red Wine       DOMAINE DE CRISTIA Chateauneuf-du-Pape 'Cuvee Renaissance' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                £39.95
               ROBERT PARKER 94-96 points 'The 2005 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Renaissance is as black as a moonless night. It exhibits notes of blueberry, acacia flowers, licorice, sweet kirsch, and
               blackberry. Full-bodied, powerful, dense, and almost Port-like because of its thickness and viscosity, this is a stunning wine that had a finish of 45+ seconds. The tannins are present, and the
               wine probably needs 4-5 years of cellaring but should keep for 20-25 years. If you haven’t figured it out yet, this is one of the up-and coming new superstar producers in Chateauneuf du
               Pape thanks to the inspired efforts of proprietors Alain and Baptiste Grangeon...'

Red Wine       DOMAINE DE CRISTIA Chateauneuf-du-Pape 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £18.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90-92 points 'The 2005 Chateauneuf du Pape is deep ruby/purple in color, opulent, full-bodied, and rich, with notes of smoke, blackberry, cassis, garrigue, and pepper as
               well as chocolate. It is deep, full-bodied, with sweet tannin, moderate acidity, and superb precision and overall balance. Accessible for a 2005, it can be drunk during its first 10-12 years of
               life. If you haven’t figured it out yet, this is one of the up-and coming new superstar producers in Chateauneuf du Pape thanks to the inspired efforts of proprietors Alain and Baptiste
               Grangeon...'

Red Wine       DOMAINE DES SENECHAUX Chateauneuf-du- Pape 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £16.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points (2007) 'This is a very fine effort from this well-known estate in Chateauneuf du Pape, which was recently sold to Jean-Michel Cazes, the proprietor of
               Lynch-Bages in Bordeaux. The blend at present remains 65% Grenache, 18% Syrah, 15% Mourvedre, and the rest Cinsault and Counoise. A strong effort for the vintage, the 2004 Senechaux
               has a peppery, garrigue, Provencal aromatic and flavor profile. It is medium to full-bodied with silky tannins in an undeniably sexy style meant for drinking in its first decade of life.'

Red Wine       DOMAINE DU VIEUX TELEGRAPHE Chateauneuf- du-Pape 'Telegramme' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                          £16.95
Red Wine       DOMAINE DU VIEUX TELEGRAPHE Chateauneuf- du-Pape 1994 Magnum                                                                                                                              £84.95
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points 'A sleeper vintage for Vieux-Telegraphe is 1994. Because this vineyard tends to mature quickly, the extraordinarily hot, dry summer allowed this estate to
               harvest in late August and early September, long before many other properties could, and before the rain began. The 1994 offers sweet floral, blue and black fruits intermixed with dried
               Provencal herbs, tree bark, and earth. Powerful, concentrated, and close to full maturity, it will last for another decade. Moreover, this wine sells for a song since the vintage does not have a
               reputation such as 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001'

Red Wine       DOMAINE DU VIEUX TELEGRAPHE Chateauneuf- du-Pape 1995 Magnum                                                                                                                              £99.50
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'The deep ruby/purple-colored 1995 exhibits a sweet perfume of licorice, iodine, seaweed, black cherries, and plums. Dense, medium to full-bodied,
               well-structured, and muscular, it will be at its peak between 2004-2015'




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               (S) Ch'neuf-du-Pape
Red Wine       DOMAINE DU VIEUX TELEGRAPHE Chateauneuf- du-Pape 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £28.95
               Always one of the most intellectually satisfying of wines, the 2003 VT is a tremendous effort, the ripeness of the vintage on dispay but framed by a nascent complexity. Garrigue grapples
               with sweet fruit on the nose, giving way to an eloquent and seemingly endless layers of texture. Drinking from 2010.
               ROBERT PARKER (2004) 90-92 points '...Made from the estate’s oldest vines, it is a dense ruby-hued effort with purple nuances as well as a tight but promising nose of licorice, salty sea
               breezes, black cherries, raspberries, plums, and a hint of animal. Medium to full-bodied, with austere tannin as well as gorgeous fruit, it requires 3-5 years of cellaring before the tannin is
               resolved. Not a blockbuster, it possesses extraordinary elegance and finesse from one of the appellation’s most precocious, warmest terroirs. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2020.'

White Wine     DOMAINE DU VIEUX TELEGRAPHE Chateauneuf- du-Pape Blanc (White) 2003/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                         £26.95
               A great success, this unoaked cuvee is made from 40% Clairette, 30% Grenache Blanc, the balance shared between Bourboulenc and Roussanne. A complex wine, which effortlessly
               juxtaposes the citric and the honied ,then adds a note of nutty richness for good measure. Very complete and satisfying en bouche.
               ROBERT PARKER (2004) 91 points 'One of the finest white Vieux Telegraphes in recent years is the 2003. A brilliant offering that sees no new oak, it offers superb honeyed citrus
               intermixed with floral and tropical fruit characteristics in a medium to full-bodied, fresh, substantial style. There are 2,000 cases of the 2003, one of the largest productions of an estate
               bottled white Chateauneuf du Pape. Drink this knock-out white wine over the next 2-3 years.'

Red Wine       LE CLOS DU CAILLOU Chateauneuf-du-Pape 'Quartz' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                        £39.95
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points '...a blend of 80% Grenache and 20% old-vine Syrah. It shows much more minerality and a cool-climate character, and one could also imagine a grand cru
               Burgundy when smelling the hints of sweet, dark berries, black cherry liqueur, crushed rocks, and some floral notes. The wine has full body, beautiful richness, but it is restrained and
               everything seems to build in a measured, incremental manner. The tannins are moderate, the acidity present, but everything is in perfect harmony. This is a beauty, not a heavyweight. Drink
               it over the next 10-12 years...'

Red Wine       LE CLOS DU CAILLOU Chateauneuf-du-Pape 'Quartz' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £39.95
               ROBERT PARKER 93-95 points 'The 2005 Chateauneuf du Pape Les Quartz again offers a liqueur of minerals, has firm tannins, great intensity, and an inky ruby/purple color to the rim, a
               wonderfully sweet nose of black raspberries, kirsch, licorice, with some smoke and a hint of pain grille. This superb wine has tremendous palate presence and great minerality and definition.
               Give it 2-3 years of cellaring and drink it over the following 15 or more years...'

Red Wine       LE CLOS DU CAILLOU Chateauneuf-du-Pape 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £26.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90-93 points 'The 2005 Chateauneuf du Pape shows beautifully sweet black cherry and raspberry notes and crushed rock along with some roasted herb and mineral notes.
               It is dense, elegant, full-bodied, pure, and deep ruby/purple to the rim. This wine should drink well for 12-14 years...'

Red Wine       ROGER SABON Chateauneuf-du-Pape 'Les Olivets' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £17.75
               ROBERT PARKER 89 points 'The 2005 Chateauneuf du Pape Les Olivets boasts more tapenade notes and again the classic pepper, licorice, herb scents intermixed with black currant and
               sweet cherry. The wine is surprisingly forward for the vintage but I actually liked the charm and purity of the 2006 slightly more. In any event, they are both excellent, possibly outstanding
               wines meant to be drunk in their first 10-12 years of life. Normally this cuvee produces around 30,000 bottles of wine.'

Red Wine       ROGER SABON Chateauneuf-du-Pape 'Prestige' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £22.95
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points (2006) 'Broad, expansive, rich, and impressively endowed, the dark ruby/purple-colored 2003 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Prestige is dense, chewy, and meaty
               with high levels of alcohol, hints of roasted meats, kirsch liqueur, herbes de Provence, creme de cassis, and melted licorice. It is a broad, mouthfilling Chateauneuf du Pape that is classic and
               substantial. Drink it over the next 12-15 years.'

Red Wine       ROGER SABON Chateauneuf-du-Pape 'Prestige' 2004 Magnum - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                                     £49.95
               ROBERT PARKER (2007) 91 points 'The outstanding 2004 Cuvee Prestige, as always, has gamey, kirsch liqueur notes, a dark plum/garnet color, full body, loads of flavor, and plenty of spice,
               herbs, new saddle leather, and meaty notes. It is rich, heady, and best drunk in its first 10-15 years of life.'

Red Wine       ROGER SABON Chateauneuf-du-Pape 'Prestige' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £24.95
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points 'The 2005 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Prestige is a classic. Full-bodied, powerful, dense, with a complete personality, it exhibits terrific peppery, licorice-infused,
               black currant and kirsch-like fruit, a broad, savory, expansive mouthfeel, and a powerful, long finish with sweet but not very noticeable tannins. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2025.'

Red Wine       ROGER SABON Chateauneuf-du-Pape 'Reserve' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £19.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90-91 points 'An outstanding example of classic Chateauneuf du Pape is the 2003 Reservee. Pure raspberry, plum, cherry, and fig aromas soar from the glass of this
               medium to full-bodied, peppery Chateauneuf. With supple tannin, abundant glycerin, low acidity, and plenty of potency (15% alcohol), it should age well for 10-12 years.
               One of the reference estates of Chateauneuf du Pape for well over a decade, this domaine has been on fire qualitatively. Domaine Roger Sabon’s front man is the affable Jean-Jacques Sabon,
               an articulate spokesperson for not only his own wines, but for Chateauneuf du Pape. In most top vintages four cuvees are produced, and the 2003s’ performances puts them among the
               most successful wines of the appellation.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £45.95 (Vintage may vary)

Red Wine       ROGER SABON Chateauneuf-du-Pape 'Reserve' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £19.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'The 2005 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Reserve is an even bigger wine than the 2006, more tannic, with greater density but again the classic fig, garrigue, tobacco
               leaf, kirsch, and meaty notes. In the finish, the tannins kick in. This wine definitely needs 2-3 years of cellaring, but is outstanding in richness and depth and should age nicely for 15 or more
               years. In most years there are between 1,000 and 1,500 cases of the Reserve.'



               (S) Gigondas
Red Wine       DOMAINE LA BASTIDE ST. VINCENT Gigondas 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £11.95
               The 20 hectare Domaine la Bastide St Vincent has been owned by the Daniel family since the 18th century. The Gigondas vineyards are situated on the south facing terraces where the vines
               are between 30 and 50 years old. Handpicking ensures that only the best fruit is used.
               A dark ruby/purple colour is accompanied by a layered palate impression, revealing notions of Provencal herbs, blueberries, raspberries, and black cherries. Full-bodied, powerful, gutsy yet
               pure and very well-balanced. Match with big meaty dishes especially roasts.
               ROBERT PARKER 91 points (2006) 'One of the top wines in an irregular year for Gigondas, this 2003 is a blend of 65% Grenache, 20% Syrah, and 15% Mourvedre. It possesses a deep
               ruby/purple color, superb richness, broad, expansive, full-bodied flavors, loads of glycerin and intensity, and a blockbuster finish. This beauty can be drunk now and over the next 7-8 years.'

Red Wine       DOMAINE LES PALLIERES Gigondas 2001 Magnum - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                             £32.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'A strong effort from this large Gigondas estate, the 2001 tips the scales at a lofty 14.7% alcohol. A deep ruby/purple-tinged color is followed by gorgeous
               aromatics of sweet and sour cherries, spice box, crushed stones, flowers, Provencal herbs, and loamy soil scents. Medium to full-bodied, elegant, and well-balanced, with admirable tannic
               structure, vigor, and freshness, it was fashioned from yields of 28 hectoliters per hectare, and aged both in tank and neutral wood foudres prior to being bottled unfiltered. The wine needs
               2-3 years of cellaring, but should keep for 12-15 years. It represents the finest wine proprietors Kermit Lynch and Daniel Brunier have yet produced.'

Red Wine       DOMAINE LES PALLIERES Gigondas 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £15.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points (2003) 'This is a large, complicated domaine because of so many different parcels and micro-climates. The wine spends a year in tank after which a selection is
               made, and it is moved to old wood foudres for the second year. The 2003 Les Pallieres, which embodies the essence of Provence, reveals bold notes of garrigue, pepper, herbes de
               Provence, saddle leather, and plenty of kirsch and earth. The wine is medium-bodied, ripe, but has slightly drier tannins than the more seamless 2004. The 2003 is an impressive, hefty Les
               Pallieres that should drink well for 10-12 years.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £33.95


               (S) Rasteau
Red Wine       DOMAINE DE LA SOUMADE Cotes du Rhone 'Violettes' Andre Romero 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                             £18.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90-92 points 'Romero’s beautiful 2005 Cotes du Rhone Les Violettes (a cuvee that always displays a touch of exoticism because a small amount of white wine is
               co-fermented with the Grenache) offers up a stunning perfume of spring flowers, litchi nuts, black raspberries, and cherries. Slightly more structured, meaty, and tannic than either the 2004
               or 2003, the 2005 will benefit from 1-2 years of bottle age. It should drink well for a decade. Readers take note – this is one of the great values from the Southern Rhone. Although the
               irrepressible Andre Romero hardly needed help from Bordeaux, he has brought in Stephane Derenoncourt, the well-known wine guru of St.-Emilion and Pomerol as a consultant. Romero
               has purchased some parcels in both Gigondas and Chateauneuf du Pape, but his glories remain his offerings from the ancient, sun-drenched/roasted, old Grenache vines of Rasteau. Romero
               is one of the region’s more modern winemakers, aging his top cuvees in small oak barrels. However, these wines easily absorb their wood component given their tremendous concentration
               and power.'

Red Wine       DOMAINE LA SOUMADE Rasteau 'Cuvee Confiance' 2003 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                              £35.95
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points 'The 2003 Cuvee Confiance Rasteau ratchets up the quality level. It boasts raspberry and creme de cassis notes interwoven with notions of espresso, scorched
               earth, and figs. Full-bodied and ripe, with high alcohol as well as a heady, layered personality revealing huge levels of fruit, glycerin, and alcohol, it should drink gorgeously for 12-14 years.'




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               (S) Rasteau
Red Wine       DOMAINE LA SOUMADE Rasteau 'Prestige' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £14.95
               ROBERT PARKER 89 points 'The pretty 2004 Cotes du Rhone Rasteau Cuvee Prestige exhibits muscular, rustic notes of black cherries, chocolate, scorched earth, and sweet herbs as well
               as cherries. It should drink well for a decade. Although the irrepressible Andre Romero hardly needed help from Bordeaux, he has brought in Stephane Derenoncourt, the well-known wine
               guru of St.-Emilion and Pomerol as a consultant. Romero has purchased some parcels in both Gigondas and Chateauneuf du Pape, but his glories remain his offerings from the ancient,
               sun-drenched/roasted, old Grenache vines of Rasteau. Romero is one of the region’s more modern winemakers, aging his top cuvees in small oak barrels. However, these wines easily
               absorb their wood component given their tremendous concentration and power.'
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £27.95 (Vintage may vary)



               (S) Rhone Villages
Red Wine       LE CLOS DU CAILLOU Cotes du Rhone 'Reserve' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £19.95
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points '...The 2005 is amazing, and certainly one of the finest Cotes du Rhones money can buy. It is again a dead-ringer for a Chateauneuf du Pape. Deep ruby/purple
               with notes of blackberry, kirsch, licorice, smoke, and earth, it is a stunner and a sensational bargain capable of lasting 10-15 or more years. Kudos to Sylvie Vacheron, who is carrying on the
               legacy of her husband, Jean-Denis Vacheron, after his untimely death in 2001...'



               (S) Vacqueyras
Red Wine       DOMAINE CHARBONNIERE Vacqueyras 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £12.45
               ROBERT PARKER 88-90 points 'A sleeper selection from Charbonniere is their excellent Vacqueyras. The dark ruby/plum/purple-hued, medium to full-bodied, long, rich 2005 Vacqueyras
               offers classic notes of ground pepper, roasted Provencal herbs, and kirsch liqueur. It is not far off the quality of this estate’s beautiful Chateauneuf du Papes. Enjoy it over the next 7-8 years.'

Red Wine       DOMAINE LE COUROULU Vacqueyras 'Cuvee Classique' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                        £11.45
               ROBERT PARKER 89-90 points (2007) 'Another reference point estate in Vacqueyras, for many years these wines have given me considerable pleasure. Representing what might be called
               the bottled essence of Provence, they are always filled with peppery herbs dominated by black cherry and cassis fruit with hints of raspberries and smoked meats in the background. There is
               generally little difference between the Cuvee Classique and the Vieilles Vignes, with the latter wine possessing an extra dimension of nuanced texture, body, and depth. That’s the case with
               the following wines. The 2005 and 2004 vintages are different. The 2005 requires 1-2 years of bottle age. It should possess 10-12 years of longevity. This cuvee is a powerful, deep
               black/ruby/purple-colored offering with good acidity, high tannin, and impressive levels of concentration.'



               (S) VdePays Vaucluse
Red Wine       DOMAINE SANTA DUC Vin de Pays Vaucluse 'Les Plans' 2004 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                                 £5.95
               This red is a blend of Grenache 50%, Syrah 25%, Merlot 15% and Cabernet 10% and once in the winery it is aged on thin lees in vats, then in the bottles .Gamey, soft and very easy, from a
               great name in Gigondas.



               Cotes du Rhone AOC
Red Wine       ANDEOL SALAVERT Cotes du Rhone 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £5.45
               There have been vineyards and winegrowers on the banks of the Rhone, from Vienne down to Avignon, for over two thousand years.
               The Rhone Valley has always been an important line of communication across France, and is the perfect unifying factor for the hectic and dynamic diversity of the area's wine production.
               The fine art of the winegrowers is demonstrated by their ability to make use of the variety of soils and climates to produce the right wines in the right places.
               Over the centuries, the constant desire expressed by the winegrowers to call their wines Côtes du Rhône has been a decisive factor in the renown and then the recognition of the Côtes du
               Rhône Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée, which was granted in 1937. Of all the major French AOC regions, Côtes du Rhône comes close to the top in terms of surface area and production
               volume.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £3.25 (Vintage may vary)

Rose Wine      CHATEAU DE PANERY Cotes du Rhone Rose 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £6.75
               The 528 hectare property is situated on the western side of the Rhone at Pouzilhac in the Gard, just outside of Uzes. The estate was purchased by Rutger Gryseels about five years ago.
               Rutger has rapidly transformed it into a property to be watched. Made from 40% Grenache, 60% Syrah this has an attractive deep pink colour. Expressive nose showing raspberry and red
               currant aromas. Delicate yet rich, with great freshness on the palate.

Red Wine       CHATEAU DE PANERY Cotes du Rhone Rouge 'Tradition' 2004 Bottle - NEW 2008 (G)                                                                                                                 £6.60
               Deep coloured and intense, this wine strikes a balance between soft, juicy fruit and a fresh, forward fruit character which comes from being unoaked, and a good structure which allows the
               Syrah character to come through. With perfumes of ripe cherries and spice on the nose, it has mouthfilling fruit on the palate and is well balanced and accessible.

Red Wine       CHATEAU RAYAS Cotes du Rhone 'La Fonsalette' 1998 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                               £34.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points (2000) 'The 1998 Fonsalette Cotes du Rhone is dark ruby/purple-tinged and tannic . The attack and mid-palate reveal rich, concentrated, peppery, earthy fruit.
               Most readers would probably assume the Cotes du Rhone will be ready to drink at an early age, but this full-bodied, dense, structured 1998 requires 3-4 years of cellaring. Anticipated
               maturity: 2004-2020.'

Red Wine       DOMAINE BERTHET RAYNE Cotes du Rhone Vieilles-Vignes 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £6.95
               Berthet Rayne makes stunning wine using all the 13 permitted Chateauneuf varieties on a stony soil that does not permit high yields. The Cotes du Rhone rouge is from this same terroir
               and and the quality is truly outstanding for this appellation. Made from 60% Grenache, 20% Counoise, 10% Syrah and 10%Carignan grapes this wine is strong and full-bodied with loads of
               lively ripe red and black fruit aromas and flavours and bags of Southern French charm.

Red Wine       DOMAINE DE L'ESPIGOUETTE Cotes du Rhone 'Plan de Dieu' 2004 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                     £17.95
               This is a first class property making balanced, full flavoured, rich yet traditionally made Côtes du Rhône which represent a benchmark for price and quality in this fascinating region. Produced
               from its 20 hectares of vineyards in the heart of the Southern Rhône near Violes much of which is situated on the famous 'Plan de Dieu' Bernard Latour started working with his father
               Edmond in the 1980s and now runs the property on his own. These are delicious, full flavoured, old fashioned, rich, spicy wines. A blend of 75% Grenache with the remaining 25% being a
               mix of Carignan, Syrah, Mourvedre and Cinsault.

Red Wine       DOMAINE DE L'ESPIGOUETTE Cotes du Rhone 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £6.95
               This is a first class property making balanced, full flavoured, rich yet traditionally made Côtes du Rhône which represent a benchmark for price and quality in this fascinating region. From its
               20 hectares of vineyards near Violes in the heart of the Southern Rhône Bernard Latour started working with his father Edmond in the 1980s and now runs the property on his own. A
               blend of 75% Grenache with the remaining 25% being a mix of Carignan, Syrah, Mourvedre and Cinsault.
               This is an excellent value, full flavoured Côtes du Rhône with bright red fruit, good weight and some spice and pepper.
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £3.95 (Vintage may vary)

Red Wine       DOMAINE SANTA DUC Cotes du Rhone Rouge 'Quatres Terres' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                       £8.45
               The 2005 Cotes du Rhone Les Quatres Terres is a fresh, lively, relatively heady wine with loads of cherry fruit and spice. Meant to be drunk in its first 1-2 years of life, it is elegant and
               superficial, but very pretty. This is arguably the best estate of Gigondas, although the exuberant proprietor Yves Gras has plenty of competition from his nearby neighbor Louis Barruol at
               St.-Cosme.

Red Wine       LE CLOS DU CAILLOU Cotes du Rhone 'Bouquet des Garrigue' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £10.95
               Le Clos du Caillou is an anomaly; seventy years ago its owners turned their backs on the newly created Chateauneuf-du-Pape appellation with the result that while its vineyards are virtual
               neighbours of the likes of Ch de Beacastel, it is a walled Cotes du Rhone enclave within Chateauneuf-du-Pape. The 2002 a blend of 85% Grenache, 12% Syrah, 3% Mourvedre. It has a nice
               balance with plummy fruit soft tannins and good acidity. It is approachable early, but a very serious wine for a Cotes du Rhone.



               Tavel
Rose Wine      PRIEURE DE MONTEZARGUES Tavel Rose 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £9.95
               This delicious Rose is vibrant salmon-pink in colour, with a superb fruit fragrance offset by slight floral notes. Bone dry, full bodied and succulently fruity on the palate, its lush intensity and
               depth are balanced by an extraordinarily refreshing acidity carrying into a long, crisp finish with vibrant peppery nuances. The winery specialize in this wine style and only make Tavel Rose
               and well over 90% is sold locally from the gate, such is their reputation in the area! Drinks beautifully with or without food, a very classy Rose!




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Pineau des         CHATEAU MONTIFAUD Pineau des Charentes Blanc N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £10.95
Pineau des         CHATEAU MONTIFAUD Pineau des Charentes Rose N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £10.95
                   Pineau rosé is made with Cabernet and the Merlot grapes and undergoes a cold pelliculaire maceration for several days, to extract the best aromas contained in the pulp. This process
                   obtains a pleasant perfume of red fruits (blackcurrant, morello cherry). Use as an aperitif, with melon, or at dessert with chocolate cake.

Pineau des         COGNAC L'HERAUD Pineau des Charentes Rose de Sabliere N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                    £14.95
Floc de Gascogne   DOMAINE DES CASSAGNOLES Floc de Gascogne Blanc N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £8.25
                   Originating from the Gascon recipe in the XVI century and well guarded through country traditions, the Floc de Gascogne, ("Lou Floc", bouquet of flowers in Occitan) is today a blend of
                   know-how and traditions.
                   Both sensual, soft and bewitching, it is the result of the subtle blend between the charm of the fresh grape juice and the vitality of young Armagnacs from the property.

Pineau des         MARNIER Pineau des Charentes Blanc Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £8.95

                   Cabardes
Red Wine           CHATEAU DE PENNAUTIER Cabernet/Merlot 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £5.60
                   This wine has a deep garnet-red color with purple glints and a powerful and complex nose showing hints of blackcurrant and morello cherries, accentuated by pepper and clove spices. Also
                   beautiful notes of vanilla and caramel due to the ageing in oak barrels. Powerful, ample and harmonious mouth feel with fine and dense tannins. The finish is long, lingering on notes of cocoa,
                   vanilla, and cherry. The perfect accompaniment to roast meats, duck, and cheese.

White Wine         CHATEAU DE PENNAUTIER Chardonnay de Pennautier 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £5.60
                   Made from 100% Chardonnay grapes this wine has a very bright yellow green colour and a powerful nose dominated by fresh fruit aromas such as grapefruit, pineapple, and lemon zests. You
                   will also notice subtle aromas of fresh hazelnut. This wine is very balanced on the palate: but lively and unctuous at the same time, as it develops a range of citrus fruit flavors. Drink it with
                   fish, seafood or by itself as an aperitif.

White Wine         CHATEAU DE PENNAUTIER Chardonnay 'Collec Privee' Marquis 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                    £7.35
                   The grapes for this wine, 100% Chardonnay, were from selected harvest, in the first few hours of the day. They were immediately drained and pressed and subject to three weeks
                   fermentation at 16 to 18 C followed by malolactic fermentation in barrels with regular stirring of the lees. The wine was then aged for 10 months in oaks barrels before being bottled. The
                   wine has a wonderful golden colour with powerful aromas reminiscent of pineapple, vanilla, passion fruit and apricot. Explosive on the palate, this wine is very fleshy and on the finish, the
                   oak provides it with an exceptional length. It can be kept 3 to 5 years and is the perfect accompaniment to white meats or fish dishes in sauces and foie gras.

Rose Wine          CHATEAU DE PENNAUTIER Rose 'Classique' 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £5.95
                   Made from Cot 33%, Grenache 33% and Syrah 33% this wine has a bright, rose petal colour and a delicate but powerful nose, reminiscent of small fruits (raspberry, blackcurrant) and
                   liquorice. Good attack on the palate, both round and lively. A lovely fruity wine with a long finish that will drink well with barbecues and white meat dishes.

Red Wine           CHATEAU DE PENNAUTIER Rouge 'Classique' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £5.95
                   Produced from Cabernet Franc 20%, Cabernet Sauvignon 20%, Merlot 20%, Cot 10%, Grenache 20% and Syrah 10% this wine has an almost black colour. The nose is very pure and has an
                   attractive, intense, ripe-fruit aroma. On the palate, the delightful fruit intensity is supported by good structure. It can be kept in cellar for 3 to 4 years and is the perfect accompaniment to
                   grilled meat, Daube Provençale and hard crusted cheeses.

Red Wine           CHATEAU DE PENNAUTIER Rouge 'Collection Privee' 2002/03 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £7.45
                   This wine has a very deep garnet-red color that is characterized by the power and harmony of its flavours: blackcurrant and blackberry aromas blended with spices, menthol and cocoa make
                   an exceptionally rich and aromatic. The mouth feel is rich and ample with delicate dense tannins. Ageing in oak barrels adds complexity and contributes to the elegance of the wine. Cocoa
                   and blackcurrant aromas linger on the finish. This wine can easily be kept in cellar for 5 to 6 years. It is the perfect accompaniment to most meat dishes, grilled or in sauces and soft, creamy
                   cheeses.

Red Wine           CHATEAU DE PENNAUTIER Rouge L'Esprit de Pennauiter 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                       £15.95
                   Made from old Syrah and Cabernet vines the proportions vary each vintage in order to produce the very best wine from the conditions available. A complex, powerful nose of black fruits,
                   truffles, coriander and a hint of pepper. Very full in the mouth with very fine tannins and a beautiful harmony with subtle oak ageing. This is a wine for the serious connoisseur who has a
                   little patience. Recommended drinking in 8-10 years time but will drink within 3-4 years if decanted prior to serving.
                   ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £34.95

Red Wine           CHATEAU DE PENNAUTIER Rouge L'Esprit de Pennautier 1999 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                       £22.95
Red Wine           CHATEAU DE PENNAUTIER Rouge L'Esprit de Pennautier 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                       £19.95
                   The magnificent Chateau de Pennautier, dating from 1620, is situated 5km outside the medieval city of Carcassonne on the hillsides of the Montagne Noire, the foothills of the Massif
                   Central. The relatively new AC of Cabardes lies between here and the Pyrenees in the distance, and shows great promise.
                   L'Esprit is the crème de la crème from the Chateau, a full-bodied and complex red that will age and improve for more than ten years. Powerful aromas of toasty oak, black fruits, 'farmyard',
                   truffles, pepper and even coriander (according to the winemaker Bertrand Seube!) rise from the glass; then combine in a big mouthful of rich, spicy and tangy yet rounded and gamey fruit;
                   pretty intense and grippy but not overly dry tannins and integrated oak undertones on the long finish.

White Wine         CHATEAU DE PENNAUTIER Sauvignon Blanc de Pennautier 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £5.60
                   Harvested in the first hours of the day and immediately drained and pressed with cold settling followed by 3 weeks fermentation between 16 to 18 C. This wine has a very bright yellow
                   green colour and a powerful nose dominated by scents of grapefruit, lemon zest and asparagus. Good balance on the palate this wine is very lively and silky developing exquisite aromas of
                   citrus fruits. A fresh wine to be enjoyed in its youth with fish, seafood or by itself as an aperitif.

Red Wine           CHATEAU DE PENNAUTIER Shiraz de Pennautier 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                               £5.20
                   Vinified in the traditional Bordeaux method with selective destemming and temperature-controlled maceration of between 10 and 15 days. The nose is rich with lovely liquorices, laurel and
                   thyme aromas. Fullness on the palate and delicate tannins with a mature fruit finish. Great value for money and great with Mediterranean cuisine, daube provençale and stuffed tomatoes.

Dessert Wine       CHATEAU DE PENNAUTIER Vendanges Tardives 'Reve de Pennautier' 2004 Half Litre (G)                                                                                                        £12.45
                   Very bright, golden color. With a powerful and extremely complex nose, this wine offers notes of candied fruit (tangerine, apricot, pineapple, lemon) and honey flavors. Aromas are warm
                   and spicy reminding of cinnamon and cardamom. On the palate, it shows a perfect balance between alcohol, sugar and oak tannins. This very elegant wine can be kept in cellar for more than
                   10 years.
                   Food pairing : Every type of desserts, even chocolate based.

White Wine         CHATEAU DE PENNAUTIER Viognier de Pennautier 2005/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £5.60
                   Viognier is fast growing in popularity - the choice of drinkers and growers alike. The last ten years has seen a massive increase in Viognier production throughout the world and more
                   recently we have begun to see bottles on our supermarket shelves - challenging the monopoly of Chardonnay. This is a light wine with a pale golden green and aromas that are welcoming
                   and full reminding us of honeyed apricots. The taste is of a wine that is fresh, fruity with good acidity. It lingered on the tongue with liquorice and a hint of ginger.



                   Cahors
Red Wine           CHATEAU DU CEDRE Cahors 'Heritage du Cedre' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £6.95
                   Steadily, Pascal Verhaghe has become one of the leading winemaker in Cahors. His wines are a reference point for many other producers and he alone has succeeded in producing wines of
                   incredible concentration whilst still being approachable in their youth. This is an un-missable source of great wines.
                   The 24-ha estate of Pascal and Jean-Marie Verhaeghe has done as much as any to improve the recent quality of Cahors and provide the challenge is should be giving to the most profound
                   Malbecs of Argentina - and some of the other great wines of France." Andrew Jefford, The New France

Red Wine           CHATEAU LAGREZETTE Cahors 'Cuvee d'Exception' 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £16.45
                   Chateau Lagrezette benefits from a separate vinification for each parcel and each grape variety, and the different lots are assembled after 18 to 20 months' ageing in oak barrels. This
                   Auxerrois and Merlot blend, which also comprises a small proportion of Tannat, is fined with egg whites or lightly filtered prior to bottling. A true vin de garde, Chateau Lagrezette will age
                   gracefully over twenty-five years or so.




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               Corbieres
White Wine     CHATEAU LA BASTIDE Blanc Corbieres 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £6.45
               Nestled in a green setting surrounded by maritime essences , this impressive chateau which had already been mentioned in topographical layouts of 1770 and refurbished several times, offers
               a unique character. The owners, Anne-Marie et Guilhem DURAND, bought the property in 1989. They have particularly attached importance to the development of quality wines and the
               improvement of the vineyards by uprooting ordinary ones and replacing them with prestigious varieties.
               This is a lovely Corbieres Blanc made from Roussanne, Vermentino and Bourboulenc, 85% cold fermented in cuve and 5% fermented in new oak .

Rose Wine      CHATEAU LA BASTIDE Rose Corbieres 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £6.45
               Nestled in a green setting surrounded by maritime essences , this impressive chateau which had already been mentioned in topographical layouts of 1770 and refurbished several times, offers
               a unique character. The owners, Anne-Marie et Guilhem DURAND, bought the property in 1989. They have particularly attached importance to the development of quality wines and the
               improvement of the vineyards by uprooting ordinary ones and replacing them with prestigious varieties.

Red Wine       CHATEAU LA BASTIDE Rouge Corbieres 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £6.45
               Between the towns of Narbonne and Carcassonne, in the heart of the Corbières appellation, stands the imposing Chateau La Bastide, which was built around 1830. This vast domaine
               consists of 250 hectares, of which 100 hectares are vineyards planted on gravel terraces. Without doubt, Chateau La Bastide is one of the top estates in the region, its owners being fervent
               believers in quality. They keep yields low, and meticulously watch grapes during harvest, in order to pick them at their optimum ripeness.



               Coteaux de Languedoc
White Wine     DOMAINE DE L'HORTUS Classique Blanc 'Bergerie de l'Hortus' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                 £8.75
               40% Chardonnay, 25% Sauvignon Blanc, 35% Viognier.This is an interesting blend for a white wine from this region. The resulting wine shows beautiful balance with the Chardonnay
               providing much of the backbone of acidity and the Sauvignon Blanc coming through with most of the aromatics in both the nose and on the palate. The viognier provides the glycerin on the
               mid-palate. The nose is of minerals, jasmin and a delicate grassiness imparted by the Sauvignon Blanc. The wine is rich on the palate with good crisp acidity for drinking over the next two
               years. Delicious summer wine!

Red Wine       DOMAINE DE L'HORTUS Classique Rouge 'Bergerie de l'Hortus' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                 £8.75
               40% Grenache, 40% Syrah, 20% Mourvèdre. A beautiful and vibrant colour of youth, red with just a tinge of purple, and a similar vibrancy on the nose, which is packed with crushed berry
               fruits and just a lick of chocolate. The palate is wonderful - balanced, full of berry fruit, but with fresh acidity. There's a nice, almost sweet, sugary edge to the fruit, together with some
               slightly chewy extract and a little tannin. It all adds up to a tasty wine which is great for drinking now.

Red Wine       DOMAINE DE MONTCALMES Rouge 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £16.95
               Frédéric Portalié and Vincent Guizard are managing one of the Languedoc rising stars...The estate extends on 30ha on the Puéchabon and Aniane area. The wine is made with 70% Syrah,
               20% Grenache and 10% Mourvèdre, the grapes are handpicked and the yields are low to ensure a great concentration (20 to 25hl/ha). The grapes are destemmed and crushed and the
               maceration in vats takes 28 to 40 days. The barrel ageing then takes 24 months and the wine will be bottled without filtration.
               The final wine is absolutely fantastic but the quantities produced are so low that you should not wait any longer to get some...
               ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £34.95 (Vintage may vary)

White Wine     DOMAINE DE SAUMAREZ Blanc 'S de Saumarez' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £8.95
               Made from 50% Grenache Blanc, 40% Marsanne and 10% Roussanne grapes that were picked by hand into small containers in the cool morning air this wine is pale straw coloured. The nose
               has pronounced citrus, honeysuckle and mineral aromas, with a slight oakiness coming through at the end. The wine has a fresh acidity that supports the citrus flavours, grapefruit, pineapple
               and the minerality that accentuates the good length of the wine. The wine is good with foie gras, grilled fish, shellfish, summer salads, Roquefort, or on a sunny terrace.

Rose Wine      DOMAINE DE SAUMAREZ Rose 'Fleur de Liz' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £7.45
               The proprietors of this Languedoc domaine, Liz and Robin Williamson are young (Robin from Guernsey and Liz from New Zealand), with a background in finance. They moved to the south
               of France to make wine. Their property of 15 hectares is situated in the Village of Murviel-les-Montpellier, and they have 12 hectares under vine, with a classic mix of Languedoc varieties
               (principally Grenache and Syrah). The grapes are harvested fully ripe, before fermentation in lined concrete tanks. There’s very little pigeage as the ripeness of the grapes makes heavy
               extraction unnecessary, with just a bit of remontage to keep the skins wet.

Red Wine       DOMAINE DE SAUMAREZ Rouge 'S de Saumarez' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £8.95
               A blend of 85% Grenache and 15% Syrah, with yields averaging 35 hl/ha. Nice sweet dark fruits nose: dark, rich, quite full. The palate is supple, very ripe and lush with a spicy edge. I really
               like the grainy, spicy structure here: Grenache at its best. A lovely wine at a very good price. Very good/excellent.

Red Wine       DOMAINE LA CROIX GRATIOT Carignan 2006 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                           £5.25
               This deep red coloured wine is accessible with good weight and flavour of forrest fruit.

White Wine     DOMAINE LA CROIX GRATIOT Roussane 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £5.95
               The Roussanne grapes for this wine grow close to the commune of Montagnac on a chalky plateau in the Côteaux du Languedoc. The vineyards comprise half white grape varieties and half
               red. The Roussanne vineyard is 1.30ha with a southern exposure. Yields are 60hl/ha and the vines are cordon trained.
               Pale yellow in colour, with floral and peachy notes on the nose. On the palate, the wine has excellent balance, maintaining its freshness while hinting at the characteristic depth of good
               Roussanne, which can be leaden in the wrong hands. Lightly zesty with excellent length considering its youth.

White Wine     MARQUIS DE SALSES Viognier 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £5.95
               Brought in by Matt Thomson to help track down a source of good French house wines, New Zealander Alana McGettigan used the some of the best fruit and the excellent facilities at the
               Caves de Rivesaltes in the Languedoc to make the Vignes de L'Eglise range. While she was there, she kept her eye on a few parcels of fruit and when they arrived at the winery and proved
               to fulfill the promise they had displayed in the vineyard, couldn't resist stepping in and making the wines. The result was the two Marquis de Salses wines.
               The fruit for this wine was taken from a single vineyard on the plains surrounding the picturesque village of Salses le Château. Soils in this area are generally clay-based, with some limestone.
               Bright, light yellow in colour, this wine is fresh and aromatic on the nose, with a lightly floral perfume. On the palate, it has some of the characteristic Viognier flavours, with hints of
               apricots and white peaches. Fresh and unoaked to accentuate its youthful exuberance, it finishes clean and zippy.

Dessert Wine   MAS DE DAUMAS GASSAC 'Vin de Laurence' 1998 Half Litre - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                               £39.95
White Wine     MAS DE DAUMAS GASSAC Blanc (White) 2007 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                       £18.95
               Aimé Guibert was a lawyer, who in 1970 bought Mas de Daumas Gassac as a country retreat. The estate is located in a hidden valley 30 kilometres north-west of Montpellier in the heart of
               the Herault. A chance visit from an archaeologist friend revealed that the mineral-rich, red soils and subsoils would prove ideal for producing quality wines.
                No other white wine offers this unique blend of Chardonnay, Viognier, Chenin Blanc and Petit Manseng (20% of each) plus 15 other grape varieties are used in the remaining 20%
               representing some of the most famous wine regions.

Red Wine       MAS DE DAUMAS GASSAC Rouge (Red) 1995 Magnum - MUSEUM STOCK (G)                                                                                                                       £129.95
Red Wine       MAS DE DAUMAS GASSAC Rouge (Red) 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £18.95
               Aimé Guibert was a lawyer, who in 1970 bought Mas de Daumas Gassac as a country retreat. The estate is located in a hidden valley 30 kilometres north-west of Montpellier in the heart of
               the Herault. A chance visit from an archaeologist friend revealed that the mineral-rich, red soils and subsoils would prove ideal for producing quality wines.
               Aimé first planted vines in 1974 and produced his first wines in 1978 with the help of renowned oneologist, Emile Peynaud.
               The red is wonderfully aromatic, cassis and mulberries, its smorgasbord of grape varieties captured in a spicy complexity, its fundamental ripeness affording a rich and velvety mouth feel. A
               Vin De Gard, no doubt, but already approachable, such is its silky charm.

Red Wine       PURE Merlot N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                £5.45
               The PURE range are perfect examples of classic grape varietes made in a modern style. The winemakers intention was to craft a range of fresh, attractive wines with the emphasis on pure
               fruit expression uncluttered by oak or excessive sweetness.
               To ensure that each wine is the very best example of it's variety the wines are sourced from three different regions and wineries.
               Soft and plummy fruit wrapped up in fine velvety tannins with a soft chocolatey mouthfeel.

White Wine     PURE Unwooded Chardonnay N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £5.45
               The PURE range are perfect examples of classic grape varietes made in a modern style. The winemakers intention was to craft a range of fresh, attractive wines with the emphasis on pure
               fruit expression uncluttered by oak or excessive sweetness.
               To ensure that each wine is the very best example of it's variety the wines are sourced from three different regions and wineries.
               Delicious flavours of white peach and rock melon in a crisp, rounded and refreshing style.

White Wine     RICHELIEU Medium White N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £4.45
               A zesty youthful wine with an added weight of ripe fruit and a medium dry dinish. This Richelieu white wine is made from Ugni Blanc grapes grown in the Gers region of South-West France
               where this aromatic grape variety performs very well in the cooler climate near the Pyrenees.



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               Coteaux de Languedoc
Red Wine       RICHELIEU Rouge C.G.M. N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £4.45
               The red Richelieu G.C.M. is produced in the Languedoc and is a blend of 50% Grenache, 33% Carignan and 17% Merlot grapes. It has a seductively rich berry bouquet preceding a voluptuous
               mouthful of ripe concentrated fruit with a hint of spice, enveloped around a soft tannin structure.

White Wine     RICHELIEU Unoaked White N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £4.45
               A pure and aromatic bouquet, crisp and zingy with a tang of passion fruit. This Richelieu unoaked white made from 60% Colombard and 40% Ugni Blanc is produced in the Gers region of
               South-West France, where these aromatic grape varietals perform best in the cooler climate near the Pyrenees.


               Cotes de Gascogne
White Wine     DOMAINE DES CASSAGNOLES Chardonnay 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £5.40
               Probably our best-ever selling white wine. Dry and crisp with wonderful peachy aromas and flavours. A light style of Chardonnay with only 3 months of mild oak ageing that enhances the
               wine and adds to its superb balance and poise.

White Wine     DOMAINE DES CASSAGNOLES Colombard 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £4.60
               A crisp, dry white with tingley, fresh, pineapple-fruit flavours. Produced on a small family estate owned by Gilles and Janine Baumann. Drink now.

Rose Wine      PURE Pink N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                £5.45
               Produced in careful collaboration with Plaimont in the Cotes de Gascogne. Our aim was to produce a refreshing wine with ripe, well-balanced fruit, ensuring the absence of that cloying
               residual sugar so often seen in wine at this level. The result is a visually stunning wine, produced from a blend of Cabernet, Tannat and Pinenc, that over-delivers in quality terms and
               epitomizes the style and elegance of the 'Belle Epoque' living.


               Cotes de Provence
Rose Wine      CHATEAU D'ASTROS Cotes de Provence Rose 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £6.95
               Pale pink-salmon colour, this classic, popular style of French Rose has delicious ripe fruit flavours of soft berry fruits. Ideal as an aperitif.



               Cotes du Roussillon
Dessert Wine   DOMAINE POUDEROUX Maury Rouge 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £13.45
               An unusual red dessert wine thats excellent with chocolate or gateaux. 100% Grenache Noir from old vines grown on calcareous: schistous soils. Robert Pouderoux carries on the tradition
               of his grandfather with close respect for the vineyards. Yields are very low: and the grapes are hand harvested.

Dessert Wine   DOMAINE POUDEROUX Maury Rouge Hors d'Age Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £16.95
Dessert Wine   DOMAINE POUDEROUX Muscat de Rivesaltes 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £10.95
Red Wine       DOMAINE POUDEROUX Rouge 'La Mouraine' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £27.95
Red Wine       DOMAINE POUDEROUX Rouge 'Latour des Gres' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £10.95
Red Wine       DOMAINE POUDEROUX Rouge 'Terre Brune' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £13.25


               Jurancon
Dessert Wine   CHARLES HOURS 'Uroulat' Jurancon 2006 Half (G)                                                                                                                                           £6.95
               Charles has not been shy of new investment, conscious of the need for good facilities in the production of great wine. He has built a smart new presshouse and barrel cellar between 1990
               and 1996, and the domaine has been kitted out with temperature controlled fermentation equipment and a gentle pneumatic press. The barrel house sees a 20% turnover in oak each year.
               As well as vinifying his own fruit, he now also purchases grapes from local growers.
               There are just two cuvées produced here, one dry and one sweet Jurançon. The Clos Uroulat Jurançon is 100% Petit Manseng, harvested at 30 hl/ha in November, and is thus a late-harvest
               style. As with the dry wine this cuvée spends up to eleven months in barrel, although the proportion of new wood may be higher, up to 25%. It is one of the top sweet Jurançons available,
               and as such it is clear that Clos Uroulat is, in the opinion of this writer, one of the stars of the South-West.

Dessert Wine   CLOS LAPEYRE Jurancon Moelleux 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £10.95
               Clos Lapeyre is a 12 ha domain owned by the Larrieu family, in Jurançon, Southwest France. The first vintage here was 1985, and the vines occupy a priveliged position on steep slopes at an
               altitude of 250 m. Jean-Bernard Larrieu makes the wines, and his aim is produce wines that express the specificity of the grape varities and the soils (pebbly clay/limestone and silex).
               Jean-Bernard is introducing organic viticulture here: he avoids herbicides, works the soil to encourage deep rooting, and uses natural composts. The attention to detail and terroir-focused
               approach shows in the wines, which are wonderfully original. These are wines bursting with character.
               85% Gros Manseng/15% Petit Manseng, late harvested with 2 sweeps through the vineyard (tris) in November. 50% fermented in barrels, with the remainder in vats. Microoxygenation used.
               Delicate honey and herb-tinged nose is enticing, with a sweet edge. Lovely rich texture on the straw and herb palate with good balance and some honeyed sweetness.


               La Clape
White Wine     CHATEAU DE LA NEGLY Blanc 'Brise Marine' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £8.95
               A lovely lemon-gold hue. Great nose, of lemon butter with a tropical edge, with aromas of hazelnut and mealy honeycomb as well. Lovely palate, richly textured, but with piles of grip and an
               appealing bitter, quinine-like edge of acidity. Plenty of structure and some good texture, with an oily note. Delicious, no doubt with the potential to age.

Red Wine       CHATEAU DE LA NEGLY Rouge 'La Cote' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £8.45
               ".....the team of Jean Paux-Rosset and consulting oenologist Claude Gros have pushed the envelope. By crafting magnificent, world-class wines, even in so-called "difficult" vintages, they have
               demonstrated what the Languedoc is capable of and indeed serve as the region's locomotives." The Wine Advocate
               Situated in the village of Fleury d'Aude, in the region known as La Clape, Château de la Negly has 25 ha. under vine overlooking the Mediterranean, quite near to Narbonne. Owner Jean
               Paux-Rosset and his talented consultant oenologist Claude Gros, produce sublime, natural, unmanipulated wines from low yielding, super-ripe, hand-picked fruit.
               La Côte is a blend of 60% old vine Carignan (50% maceration carbonique) and 40% Grenache which is totally destemmed and traditionally fermented.

Red Wine       CHATEAU DE LA NEGLY Rouge La Clape 'La Falaise' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                    £13.95
               Château de la Negly is one of the finest properties in the Languedoc. The Château itself is a big house overlooking the sea on the slope of the Montagne de La Clape. The house is in need of
               modernisation, but fortunately all the recent investment has been spent on the cellar and the vineyards. Jean Paul Rosset is a great believer in quality oak; most of the wines spend time in
               barrels, most of them new. Some of the micro cuvées have now reached cult status and are only available on allocation, but the simpler wines are made with the same flair and are incredible
               value for money. This will age beautifully.

Red Wine       DOMAINE DE BOEDE Rouge 'Le Gres' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £11.95


               Madiran
Red Wine       CHATEAU MONTUS Rouge Madiran 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £14.95

               Minervois
Red Wine       DOMAINE BAPTISTE BOUTES Rouge Minervois 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £6.45
Red Wine       LES HAUTS DE LA BORIE BLANCHE Rouge Minervois 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £8.95
               Made from Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre grapes this wine has a deep garnet color. A powerful and complexe nose showing scents of dark prunes, very ripe morel cherry, truffle, cacao,
               white peper and clove. A wide and fleshy mouthfeel, fine tanins. Good density. Very well integrated wooded notes. A very powerful but yet elegant wine. Long finish. In the first 3 to 4 years,
               we recommend to serve this wines in a decanter to present its full potential. Serve with roast duck, venison, game in wine sauce and cheese plates.




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               Vin de Pays d'Oc
Red Wine       CLOS ST. JEAN Pinot Noir 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £13.95
               Burgundian style vinification in small open vats. Pigeage. Malolactic in barrel. Bottled unfiltered and unfined. This wine has a very dark color for a Pinot-Noir. Powerful aromas of black
               cherries, caramel and vanilla. Round yet rich mouthfeel with supple tannins. Nice finish reminding of black cherries.
               Food pairing : It is recommanded to decant this wine at least one hour before serving on roasted beef or soft crust cheese.

Rose Wine      DOMAINE D'ASTROS Vin de Pays de Maures Rose 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £5.25
Rose Wine      LA SERRE Rose de Syrah 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £5.25
               Beautiful petal rose colour. Lively nose of little red and black fruits (strawberries, blueberries) with flowers fragrances. The palate is fresh with smooth and silky tannins. 100% Syrah grapes

Red Wine       PERSIMMON Grenache 2005/06 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                         £5.30
               The wine is bright ruby in colour with a vibrant perfume of raspberries that gives way to lively yet rounded fruit on the palate. A fresh, attractive wine for early drinking.

Red Wine       PERSIMMON Merlot 2006/06 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                           £5.75
               This wine has a great colour, ripe perfumes and a soft round fruit on the palate. The best quality ripest fruit was sourced for this wine. Alberto was on site to oversee each critical stage of
               harvest and production and his skills are evident in the fresh, clean varietal wines produced for the whole Persimmon range.

Red Wine       PERSIMMON Syrah 2006/06 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                            £5.85
               The wine is ripe and structured, with flavours of berries, raspberry and spice. It has the sort of weight and length normally associated with Pic St Loup.




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                                                                                      Germany
                Baden
Producer Info   BERCHER-BURK.
                The family-run Weingut Bercher has owned the family emblem since 1457. In the last 2 decades the family has enlarged the estate whilst carefully maintaining the highest quality standards.
                With 42 acres of vines, it is the 2nd largest private vineyard in the Kaiserstuhl and is also a member of the V.D.P. . Tradition and family commitment to environmentally-friendly cultivation
                are just a few basics of this winery that is being run by the 9th and 10th generation. The family mansion was built by Franz Michael Bercher, 250 years ago in 1756.

White Wine      BERCHER-BURK. Grauer Burgunder 'Jecht' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £11.95
White Wine      BERCHER-BURKHEIM Weisser Burgunder 'Jecht' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £11.95
Producer Info   DR HEGER
                The vineyard was founded in 1935 by Dr. Max Heger whose previous profession was that of a country doctor but his passion for wine resulted in purchasing some of the best slopes in the
                Kaiserstuhl area. Places like Ihringer Winklerberg and Achkarrer Schlossburg where the climate is almost Mediterranean. As the slopes are steeply terraced, the use of machinery is almost
                impossible hence a lot of the work has to be done by hand. 95% of the wines are fully fermented which results in clear elegant wines with structure, longevity and complexity.

White Wine      DR HEGER Muskateller 'Ihringer Winkleberg' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £15.95
Red Wine        DR HEGER Spatburgunder 'Mimus' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £25.95
Red Wine        DR HEGER Spatburgunder Q 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £13.50

                Franken
Producer Info   HANS WIRSCHING
                The Weingut Wirsching has been in the family since 1630, today in the 14th generation. With about 70 ha it is the biggest privately owned vineyard in the Franken and is managed by Dr.
                Heinrich Wirsching. The famous Iphöfer Lagen like Julius-Echter-Berg, Kronsberg and Kalb are being cultivated environmentally-friendly. In the North & East the vines are being protected by
                massive oak forests which helps creating the perfect micro climate - necessary for outstanding wines.

White Wine      HANS WIRSCHING Silvaner Spatlese Trocken 'Kronsberg' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                    £16.95
White Wine      HANS WIRSCHING Trocken 'St. Viet' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £9.95


                Mosel-Saar Ruwer
Producer Info   ST. URBANS-HOF
                Weingut St.Urbans-Hof is one of the largest privately held estate wineries in the Mosel Region. It was founded in 1947 by Nicolaus Weis. Since 1997 Nik Weis, the founder’s grandson is
                responsible for the winery. He owns parcels in some of the finest sites of the Mosel and Saar valleys. His philosophy is to produce wines that fully reflect the typical character of the vineyard
                site in which they are grown. He wants his wines to give wine lovers a guarantee of origin in taste. In his opinion winemakers who own extra-ordinary vineyards have the responsibility to
                bring out the authentic character of their site and their region. He feels that there is something one could call ‘gout de Moselle’, a certain character in taste which the best wines of the
                region should have. After Nik Weis took over the winery from his father he started working on his personal wine style. He introduced an intensive viticulture which is working with and not
                against nature. He reduced the yields drastically and started to ferment his wines with indigenous yeasts, the result are wines that have their own personal character and expression.

White Wine      ST. URBANS-HOF Riesling Trocken 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £10.95


                Nahe
Producer Info   GOTTELMANN
                Almost undiscovered beyond the borders of Germany, Goetz Blessing and his wife run this family estate in Muenster-Sarmsheim since 1993. Their main passion is the Riesling grape hence
                65% is planted with the same. 60,000 is the total annual production. Over the last 3 years the German trade press have taken a keen interest in the development of the vineyard and
                numerous medals have been won. Only few unknown vintners offer such good quality hence great value for money.

White Wine      GOTTELMANN Chardonnay Spatlese Trocken 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £11.95
Dessert Wine    GOTTELMANN Riesling Auslese 'Munsterer Rheinberg' 06 Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                     £19.95
White Wine      GOTTELMANN Riesling-Spatlese 'Munsterer Dautenpflanz' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £13.95


                Pfalz
Producer Info   BASSERMANN-JORDAN
                This family estate was established in 1718 when the Jordan family began the growing of fine quality wines. Of particular merit is the estates’ museum of old wines, going back to vintages of
                1706 and 1811. Their 42 hectares is dedicated mainly to the Riesling grape and are divided into 20 individual sites.

Dessert Wine    BASSERMANN-JORDAN Riesling Auslese 'Deidesheimer Hohenmorge' 2005 Half (G)                                                                                                              £24.95
White Wine      BASSERMANN-JORDAN Riesling Trocken 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £11.95
White Wine      DR LOOSEN Riesling Pfalz 'Wolf' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £5.95
                A pale clear wine with an aroma of crisp flint and a slight citrus note. The wine is dry with a touch of honeyed grapefruit on the palate.

Producer Info   FRIEDRICH BECKER
                Rising Star of the Year 2006
                Friedrich Becker and his family own around 14.5 ha of vineyards in the Southern part of the Pfalz region. He was the first of his family to distant himself from delivering the grapes to the
                local co-operative and decide to make his own wine. Right from the start he turned out as one of the best producers in the Pfalz and one of the best Pinot Noir producers in Germany. 60%
                of his production is Pinot Noir which is gown primarily on stony, chalky soil on the Alsatian side of the border and his wines are made, according to his comments ‘by instinct’. The same
                instincts seem to have been transferred to his son Friedrich Jun. who has taken over more and more responsibilities with his sister Helena.

Red Wine        FRIEDRICH BECKER Spatburgunder 'Cuvee Paradies' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £13.95
White Wine      FRIEDRICH BECKER Weisser Burgunder 'Kalkgestein' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                        £14.95
Producer Info   MEYER-NAKEL
                Werner Näkel has established an excellent reputation for his extraordinary reds. He prolonged the pre-fermentation maceration to improve the tannic structure in the wine and was one of
                the first vintners to introduce French barriques. His unbiased ways of working smoothed his way to success. Only after five years he was awarded the coveted red wine prize of the German
                wine magazine Vinum. In 1989 he became a member of the German Barrique Forum. After having purchased more vineyards, Werner Näkel comitted himself to a joint venture in South
                Africa. Today, his estate covers more than 12 hectares, of this he owns more than half, where 80 percent of the wine produced is Pinot Noir.

Red Wine        MEYER-NAKEL Spatburgunder 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £14.95
Red Wine        MEYER-NAKEL Spatburgunder S 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £29.95


                Rheingau
Producer Info   AUGUST KESSELER
                August Kesseler was running Schloss Reinhartshausen from 1992-2000 and is no doubt responsible for the dramatic rise to immense popularity during that time. His departure saw the drop
                of Schloss Reinhartshausen out of the top producers in the Rheingau. After taking over the vineyards from his parents in the late 70s, he was one of the Pioneers in Germany to produce
                breathtaking Pinot Noir and the usage of Barrique which he has now abandoned for the sake of terroir. His Pinot Noirs have cult status in Germany and fetch some of the highest prices
                throughout Germany. But also his Rieslings are of a fine fruity elegance where the terroir is the dominant factor. August Kesseler has vineyards in the top sites, such as Assmannhaeuser
                Hoellenberg, Ruedesheimer Berg Schlossberg, Bischofsberg, Berg Roseneck and Rottland.

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                 Rheingau
White Wine       AUGUST KESSELER Riesling 'R' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £9.95
                 Firm and off-dry, this white displays lemon and peach flavors on a juicy profile. Balanced, lingering nicely. Drink now through 2009.

White Wine       AUGUST KESSELER Riesling Spatlese Trocken 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                       £14.95
Producer Info    SOLTER
                 Helmut Solter had, after his education in the French Champagne, the vision of producing top class sparkling wines, following his French predecessors but in the German Rheingau. All
                 methods follow the French original such as handpicking the grapes, pressing them carefully and fermenting them in the bottle for at least 18 months. The other important detail of turning
                 the bottles by hand gives the ‘Sekt’ the final touch. After years of experience, the family Solter have achieved their dream of producing the German equivalent to French Champagne.

Sparkling Wine   SOLTER Rheingau Riesling Brut Reserve Sparkling 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                 £14.95
Sparkling Wine   SOLTER Spatburgunder Brut Rose Sparkling N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                        £14.95


                 Rheinhessen
Producer Info    WITTMANN
                 The ownership of this 25 ha estate dates back to 1663. Under the management of Günter and Elisabeth Wittmann organic farming was introduced and membership of the "Naturland
                 Association" completed.The estate is located in Westhofen not far from the river Rhine between the cities of Mainz and Worms, in the southern part of the Rheinhessen, a region called
                 "Wonnegau". The grape varieties are 47% Riesling, 10% Silvaner, 30% Pinot Blanc, Gris and Noir and 13% others.
                 The best vineyard sites are "Morstein", "Kirchspiel" and "Aulerde" which are exclusively used for the production of classified ‘Grand Crus’ (Grosses Gewaechs).

Dessert Wine     WITTMANN Riesling Auslese 'Westhofener Morstein' 06 Half Litre (G)                                                                                                              £19.95




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                                                                                   Hungary
Dessert Wine   OREMUS Tokaji Aszu '5 Puttonyos' 1999 Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                            £29.95
               Aszú: Grapes which are shrivelled and concentrated by noble rot are known as Aszú and are picked separately in tubs (puttonyos). These tubs are then added to the fermenting must, usually
               in the proportion of 3,4,5 or 6 puttonyos per barrel of wine, and the berries are first steeped in the juice then pressed to impart their sweetness and flavour.

Dessert Wine   OREMUS Tokaji Aszu '6 Puttonyos' 1999 Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                            £33.95
               Rich amber with a hint of green grass on the rim. I detected marzipan, tobacco, nut, coffee and caramel on the nose. The concentration on the palate is impressive, with crème caramel and
               a surprisingly semi-sweet length. Complex, fresh and from an excellent vintage. Half way into the palate ‘show’, it turns dry and finishes with a dry apricot/peach finish.

Dessert Wine   TOKAJ CLASSIC Tokaji Aszu '5 Puttonyos' 1999 Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                     £20.95
Dessert Wine   TOKAJ CLASSIC Tokaji Aszu '6 Puttonyos' 2000 Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                     £29.95
Dessert Wine   TOKAJ CLASSIC Tokaji Aszu 'Essencia' 1998 Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                        £54.95
Dessert Wine   TOKAJ CLASSIC Tokaji Late Harvest 2003 Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                               £9.25




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                                                                                              Italy
White Wine     RIONE Bianco N.V. 2 Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                                 £5.95
               A soft, dry, easy drinking white.

Red Wine       RIONE Rosso N.V. 2 Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                                  £5.95
               A soft, dry, easy drinking red.



               Abruzzi
Red Wine       MASCIARELLI Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Classica 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £7.95
               Made from 100% Montepulciano d’Abruzzo. This wine is clear, deep ruby red, intense and fine complex aromas of red berries, cherry, red currant, violets and hint of tobacco. To paired
               with barbecued meat - lamb - cheese - pasta - eggs.

Rose Wine      MASCIARELLI Rosato 'Colli Teatine' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £6.95
               Made from 100% Montepulciano d'Abruzzo. Very clear, dull dark pink with bright glints colour, fairly intense - fine aromas with fruity - flowery (hints of red cherry & rose petals) on the
               palate. A delicious , refreshingly uncomplicated Rosato. To be drunk, nay guzzled, al fresco, with garlicky fish soup or with a plate of mixed salamis.

White Wine     MASCIARELLI Trebbiano d'Abruzzo Classica 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £6.95
               Made from 100% Trebbiano d’Abruzzo. Clear, straw-like yellow with greenish glints colour, fairly intense – fine fragrance aromas with hints of apple, apricot & iris on the palate. To paired
               with seafood salads - light fish dishes.



               Apulia
White Wine     A MANO Fiano/Greccho Bianco 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £6.75
               It is a 50/50 blend of Fiano and Greco di Tufo grown together. The Fiano is very aromatic and the Greco di Tufo is responsible for the body. Interesting stuff!
               Secret recipe - ripe grapes. Then you de-stem, crush and press. The juice is cold settled and fermented for 3 ½ weeks at 8° C (46°F). The wine was racked, cold stabilized and readied for
               bottling. No oak, No malolactic, just great crisp and aromatic wine.
               The wine is a pale yellow appearance. The nose displays aromas of citrus, peach and apricot with a hint of honey and almonds. The palate is refreshing and offers vibrant fruit as well as
               persistent acidity.

Red Wine       A MANO Primitivo di Puglia 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £6.35
               A Mano, which means hand made, is quite stunning. It has a deep colour, a ripe brambly fruit on the nose and a rich, rounded fruit on the palate that is more reminiscent of Aussie Shiraz
               than anything before. Following a short maceration on the skins, the wine was aged in French oak to round it out and give it a measure of elegance.
               ROBERT PARKER 89 points 'GREAT VALUE, this 100% Primitivo aged five months in a combination of French, American and Slovenian wood possesses a deep ruby/purple colour in
               addition to sweet aromas of berry fruit, pepper, wood, and scorched earth. Medium-bodied, with loads of fruit and a progressive, modern style, this delicious Italian red will provide
               enjoyment over the next 1-2 years.'



               Friuli-Ven.-Giulia
White Wine     ALPHA ZETA Pinot Grigio 'P' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £6.45
               Made by New Zealand winemaker Matt Thomson, who also makes the wines at Saint Clair estate in New Zealand. His experience with white wines there has helped him get the very best
               out of Pinot Grigio - lots of flavour, all with Kiwi polish.

White Wine     BELLANOTTE Pinot Grigio 'Ramato' C. Lucio 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £10.45
               Bellanotte is an eight-hectare farm in the variegated terroirs of the Isonzo valley and Collio hills. This is the true ramato Pinot Grigio with a light amber colour and a pearly sheen in the glass.
               The nose suggests hay, elderflower and tea rose, followed by red apple, with light tones of dried fruits and almonds.The fine acidity gives the wine sapidity and persistence.

White Wine     BORGO DEI VASSALLI Pinot Grigio 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £7.95
               The finest selection of grapes from the vineyards of Cassegliano and San Canzian d’Isonzo are reserved for the “Borgo dei Vassalli” wines. These vineyards are situated south where they are
               located on richer soil. This wine has a floral nose with a subtle hint of fresh citrus and has aromas of almonds on the retro nasal finish. The palate is long and clean and it has lovely weight
               on the mid palate towards a full flavoured finish. Very drinkable and superb with food.

White Wine     CA' LUCA Pinot Grigio 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                      £5.25
               This Pinot Grigio from northern Italy is a clean well-balanced dry white with delicate perfume and fresh appley fruit. 'Ca' Luca' retains a refined acidity that compliments the subtle peach and
               pear flavours lingering on the finish. Easy drinking & very enjoyable with or without food.

White Wine     CORTEGIARA Pinot Grigio 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £6.45
               The 2006 Pinot Grigio is bright straw yellow in colour with a fresh, floral bouquet, reminiscent of acacia flower on the nose. This is an elegant style of wine that is fresh, dry and
               well-balanced on the palate. Winemaker Franco Allegrini thinks this is the best Pinot Grigio he has ever produced under the Cortegiara label.

White Wine     DI STEFANI Pinot Grigio 'Santo Stefano' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £7.75
                Straw yellow in colour with coppery hues, elegant and delicate bouquet of light apple aomas, with fruit notes, medium body, with a nut and toasted almond finish. Highly quaffable
               character.

White Wine     I FEUDI DI ROMANS Pinot Grigio 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £9.45
               This has a wonderful purity of fruit. A distinct, marked bouquet reminiscent of acacia flowers, grapefruit and fresh apricots. The palate is rich and full yet elegant, with abundant flavours of
               creamy apricot and citrus fruit. Crisp, yet balanced acidity leads to a rich, lingering finish.

Rose Wine      LAMBERTI Pinot Grigio Blush 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £5.85
               A massive hit on its release last year, this great little number combines the two fastest growing categories in the UK into one wine. Pinot Grigio is a pink skinned cousinof Pinot Noir with
               just enough colour in the skins to add a pale blush colour to the juice, along with some subtle red berry fruit. The result is a chillable rose with the magic PG on the label and a taste drinkers
               never seem to tire of.
               Pale and light with subtle raspberry and strawberry notes adding to classic lemon and apple Pinot Grigio notes. A hint of juicy sweetness on the palate makes it all the more delicious.

White Wine     LIVIO FELLUGA Pinot Grigio 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £16.95
               This wine has the most fantastic golden-grey colour colour with wonderful light coppery tints. Very complex aromas of wild roses, acacia and exotic fruit including mango and pomegranit
               follow through to the dry, crisp palate that has amazing warmth with a persistent, fruity finish. The perfect accompaniment to fish, hors d'oeuvres, shellfish, risotto and vegetarian dishes.

White Wine     PURE Pinot Grigio N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                             £5.95
               Zing! A delightful expressive, dry wine with refreshing apple and citrus flavours. Produced from vineyards situated in the foothills of the Alps, the days are not too hot and the nights are cool
               - perfect for producing this fashionable variety.

White Wine     VIE DI ROMANS Chardonnay 'Vie di Romans' 2006 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                    £20.95
               Bright golden in colour, the 2005 Chardonnay from Vie di Romans has a spicy biscuity nose which gives way to smooth, oaky richness on the palate. It has a good acidity, which means the
               oak is not cloying and the wine retains a pleasing freshness that balances the ripe, almost luscious fruit. The wine was matured for 12 months in
               228l French oak barrels (Allier, Troncais, Vosges) of which 40% was new, 35% one-year old and 25% two years old. It was then aged in bottle a further 8 months before release.

White Wine     VIE DI ROMANS Pinot Grigio 'Dessimis' 2006 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                       £21.95
               Full-bodied and surprisingly rich, the Pinot Grigio has a smoky, nutty character on the nose, which gives way to smooth, almost oily fruit on the palate - characteristic of good Pinot Grigio.
               The barrel ageing adds richness and depth to the palate, without an obvious spicy oak flavour.The wine was aged for 12 months in barrel before bottling. It was then kept in bottle 7 months
               before release.

White Wine     VIE DI ROMANS Sauvignon Blanc 'Vieris' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £21.95
               Don't be put off by the price, if you want to taste something very special and unique you can't go wrong here!

               The 2005 ‘Vieris’ Sauvignon Blanc is fermented in oak barrels and then matured in oak for a further 12 months. Rich and tropical, the wine has great ripeness of flavour, with the herbaceous
               characters typical of Sauvignon transmuted during the ripening period on the vine. The oak nestles nicely under the structured fruit.
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points (2007) 'The 2004 Sauvignon Vieris (aged in oak) naturally possesses more volume and amplitude than the steel-aged Sauvignon Piere. Though expansive in its
               sweet, honeyed, ripe fruit, the toasted oak detracts from the wine-s freshness and covers much of the varietal character. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2010.'




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               Marches
White Wine     SALADINI PILASTRI White 'Falerio' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £5.45
               This wine is produced from an ancient mixture of grapes from Trebbiano, Verdicchio, White Pinot and Passerina vines. Its typical straw-yellow hue and delicate bouquet are due to the
               excellent position of the vineyards. Elegant and full-bodied, Falerio, if served at 10° C, makes an excellent accompaniment to Ascolani green olives, fish, soups and white meats.



               Siciliy
Red Wine       BORGO SOLENE Rosso 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                               £4.95
               The Borgo Selene wines represent great value for money. A blend of Nero d'Avola and Nerello Mascalese, the grapes for this wine were brought to full ripeness by the hot Sicilian sun,
               while the flavours that make the wines so characterful were preserved modern winemaking techniques.

Marsala        PELLEGRINO Marsala Superiore Dolce (Sweet) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £6.95
               Marsala is a unique wine made only in Western Sicily. Catarratto and Grillo grapes are meticulously brought together and vinified in oak casks to give the wine its warm amber colour, an
               alluring bouquet and the full-bodied taste that is famous world-wide. Marsala should be enjoyed as an aperitif, a dessert wine or just sipping anytime.

Marsala        PELLEGRINO Marsala Superiore Secco (Dry) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £6.95
               Marsala is a unique wine made only in Western Sicily. Catarratto and Grillo grapes are meticulously brought together and vinified in oak casks to give the wine its warm amber colour, an
               alluring bouquet and the full-bodied taste that is famous world-wide. Marsala should be enjoyed as an aperitif, a dessert wine or just sipping anytime.



               Umbria
White Wine     ANTINORI Chardonnay 'Cervaro della Sale' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £21.50
               A complex bouquet with fruity aromas of citrus, pineapple and pears blending with vanilla from the oak used for ageing. Excellent and unspoilt varietal character. Well-structured palate with
               lingering flavours.
               The grapes come from 15-20 year old vines planted at Antinori's Castello della Sala, at elevations ranging between 200 and 400 metres (656 and 1,312 feet), in Pliocene sedimentary soils rich
               in marine fossils with some clay.
               In 1987, Antinori introduced its first Chardonnay-based wine, the 1985 vintage Cervaro della Sala, a name that translates as Stag of the Hall, and was taken from that of the 14th century
               feudal owners of Castello della Sala, an Umbrian castle Antinori purchased in 1940. The wine has won numerous awards, including the coveted three goblets from Gambero Rosso (one of
               Italy's leading wine magazines).

White Wine     ANTINORI Chardonnay 'Bramito del Cervo' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £11.45
               Pale golden in colour with gold reflexes. On the nose is fruity with clean varietal character, good vanilla flavour and toasted. On the palate is soft and well balanced, with an excellent
               structure.
               Following maceration, the must was introduced into French oak 225 liter barrels (Allier & Troncais) where alcoholic fermentation took place. Some of the wine underwent malolatic
               fermentation in wood and was then blended with the rest and bottled.

White Wine     ANTINORI Orvieto Classico Superiore 'San Giovanni' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                               £9.95
               50% Grechetto, 25% Procanico, 25% Pinot Bianco, Viognier, Riesling give this wine its straw-yellow colour, floral aromas with warm hints of ripe fruit. A generous, rounded flavour for its
               type, lingering and very pleasant.
               The 'Superiore' denomination specifies that the yields per hectare must be much lower than for normal Orvieto Classico - the grapes are to be harvested only when in an advanced state of
               maturation, and the wine can be released only after the 1st March following the vintage. The Castello della Sala estate is located 11 miles from the town of Orvieto . The castle is an
               outstanding example of medieval military architecture, and its extensive vineyards enjoy an ideal micro-climate for the production of cooler weather wines such as whites and Pinot Noir.

White Wine     ANTINORI Sauvignon Blanc/Chardonnay 'Conte della Vipera' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                  £14.95
               Sauvignon Blanc with a small percentage of Chardonnay. At harvest time, a careful selection was made of the best Sauvignon Blanc grapes coming from the vineyards of Castello della Sala this
               is vinified and then a small quantity of Chardonnay wine was blended with the Sauvignon Blanc. The subseqent wine is then barrel-fermented. The first vintage to be released was the 1997.
               Intensely fruity aromas deriving from the union of the two grape varieties. On the palate well-structured and velvety with a finish that clearly reflects its aromas.



               Veneto
Red Wine       ALLEGRINI Amarone Classico 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £36.95
               The Amarone della Valpolicella Classico represents modern winemaking at its best and embodies Franco Allegrini’s long-expressed goal of combining purity with balance and the traditional
               power and intensity of Amarone. The wine is a wonderful fusion of concentrated dried cherry fruit and fine, spicy, toasty oak, and has great structure, complexity and elegance.
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points (2007) 'Allegrini’s 2003 Amarone Classico (80% Corvina, 15% Rondinella, 5% Oseleta) reveals a super-opulent, engaging texture packed with sweet cocoa, dark
               fruit, cassis, blackberries, roasted coffee beans and licorice. It finishes with notable length and surprising finish for the vintage. According to Allegrini the rain that fell in July was critical in
               maintaining some balance in the wine. This medium to full-bodied wine is an outstanding example of a more restrained, clean style of Amarone. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2013. This is a
               terrific set of consistently excellent to outstanding wines from Allegrini. Readers will also find a number of value-priced wines that offer notable quality for the money.'

Red Wine       ALLEGRINI La Grola 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                           £14.50
Red Wine       ALLEGRINI La Poja 2000/03 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £38.95
               Made solely from late harvested Corvina grapes (the quality grape of Valpolicella) grown on the remarkable plateau that sits on the summit of La Grola, has wonderful intensity, personality,
               balance and persistence. It is one of Italy's most outstanding wines.

Red Wine       ALLEGRINI Palazzo della Torre 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £12.55
               Palazzo della Torre, a single vineyard wine, fled the safety of DOC to become IGT from the 1997 vintage. The Allegrinis were fed up with the failure of the law to catch up with the quality
               demands of the modern consumer. They had long ceased putting Molinara in the blend, yet the law had failed to change. Similarly, they had increased the level of Corvina beyond the
               permitted maximum in search of better depth in the wine.
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points (2007) 'Allegrini's Palazzo della Torre (70% Corvina, 25% Rondinella, 5% Sangiovese) has long been one of my favorite ripasso-style wines and the 2004 is
               another winner. It reveals a plump, juicy personality loaded with perfumed, jammy fruit, roasted coffee beans and new leather. Although it is absolutely irresistible today, a few additional
               months of bottle age should help soften the wine further. It is a gorgeous effort at this level and a terrific value...Anticipated maturity: 2007-2010. This is a terrific set of consistently
               excellent to outstanding wines from Allegrini. Readers will also find a number of value-priced wines that offer notable quality for the money.'

Dessert Wine   ALLEGRINI Recioto Classico 2003/04 Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                                            £28.95
               Ruby red in colour, with aromas of dried cherries and a touch of spice. On the palate the wine is sweet with good intensity of dark, ‘fruit cake’ flavours and has a remarkable power. It has
               excellent length, with notes of spiced, dried cherries on the finish.
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points (2007) 'The estate-s 2004 Recioto della Valpolicella Giovanni Allegrini presents a highly compelling array of burnt sugar, chocolate, violets, earthiness, graphite
               and tar. This deeply-flavored Recioto offers outstanding balance and is sure to drink beautifully over the next five to seven years, perhaps longer. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2016. This is a
               terrific set of consistently excellent to outstanding wines from Allegrini. Readers will also find a number of value-priced wines that offer notable quality for the money.'

Red Wine       ALLEGRINI Valpolicella Classico 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £7.65
               ROBERT PARKER (2007) 'The 2006 Valpolicella Classico is a gorgeous expression of Valpolicella. It reveals cherry and herb notes along with a smooth, supple personality. Anticipated
               maturity: 2007-2009. This is a terrific set of consistently excellent to outstanding wines from Allegrini. Readers will also find a number of value-priced wines that offer notable quality for the
               money.'

Red Wine       ALLEGRINI Villa Giona IGT 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £35.95
               San Pietro in Cariano - This splendid property has 5 hectares in the heart of Valpolicella Classico. A blend of 50% Cab. Sauv., 40% Merlot and 10% Syrah it has a deep colour and ripe
               berryish fruit on the nose. Good richness on the mid palate and supple tannins. The wine was aged in new French oak for 18 months prior to bottling. The structure of the Cabernet is
               softened by the Merlot, with the blend of these two being given an attractive spiciness by the Syrah.
               ROBERT PARKER 91 points '.....one of the few convincing examples of these grapes in the Valpolicella.....offers an intense and penetrating combination of berry fruit and leather aromas and
               forceful but shapely flavors, solid, graceful and with much length. Drink: 2004-2014.'

Red Wine       ALPHA ZETA Amarone 'A' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £20.95
               Matt Thompson ensures that these wines improve with every vintage. Working with selected parcels of grapes where he has managed to convince growers to reduce yields and pick later
               (an, as a result, riper) he has produced some startlingly great wines.
               The new 'Amarone' is impressively rich and very modern with an attractive freshness of perfume. It is a full and rich red from the Corvina, Rondinella & Molinara grapes, carefully selected
               from only the top and sides of the bunch and then left to dry on trays for 5 months before vinification.




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Rose Wine        ALPHA ZETA Rosato 'R' 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £5.25
                 "Corvina has a delicate aromatic character that lends itself to the production of youthful rosato wine" says winemaker Matt Thomson.

Sparkling Wine   BISOL Prosecco 'Crede' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £10.95
                 "Beautifully fresh nose, filled with floral and crisp pear fruit, touches of straw and elegant apple notes. Palate filling and medium-bodied, with a nicely soft, but persistent mousse. Lovely
                 sweet-edged fruit quality with white fruits leading into a clean finish with that hint of sweetness washed away by a sweep of acidity."
                 Producer info Prosecco has been a relentless social climber in recent years; chic, fashionable, attractive, it is Milan to Champagne’s Paris. Bisol are one of the leading lights of Prosecco,
                 growing all their only fruit (something of a rarity in this part of the world) and a history stretching back half a millennia. The house style promotes freshness, fruit and elegance – three words
                 we are more than happy to find in any glass of wines, and especially one full of bubbles.
                 ROBERT PARKER 'Consistently one of the finest light-bodied, refreshing, crisp, pure Italian sparkling whites, Bisol’s non-vintage Prosseco Crede reveals lovely citrus notes offered in an
                 alluring, lively style. Enjoy it over the next year.'

Sparkling Wine   BISOL Prosecco 'Jeio' N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                            £7.85
                 Prosecco has been a relentless social climber in recent years; chic, fashionable, attractive, it is Milan to Champagne’s Paris. Bisol are one of the leading lights of Prosecco, growing all their
                 only fruit (something of a rarity in this part of the world) and a history stretching back half a millennia. The house style promotes freshness, fruit and elegance – three words we are more
                 than happy to find in any glass of wines, and especially one full of bubbles.Brilliant straw yellow and an extremely fine,vivacious mousse. Aromas of wildflowers and almonds are balanced on
                 the palate by notes of pear and a refreshingly crisp acidity.

Sparkling Wine   CA' DEI FRATI Brut Sparkling 'Cuvee de Frati' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £14.45
White Wine       CA' DEI FRATI I Frati 'Lugana' 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £10.65
                 Made solely from the Lugana grape, the 2006 Lugana has a fresh, fragrant nose of white flowers, apricots and almonds, which gives way to ripe, round fruit on the palate and a clean, zingy
                 acidity that cuts through on the finish. Unoaked to maintain its purity of fruit, the wine underwent malolactic fermentation to add body and richness, followed by 6 months on its lees in
                 stainless steel tank.
                 2006 was a superb vintage in Lugana. A perfect autumn of warm days and cool nights ensured that they grapes ripened well and retained their aromas. Yields were down, a factor that has
                 resulted in great intensity on the mid palate and, unfortunately, an increase in price.

White Wine       CA' DEI FRATI Pratto 2003/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                      £15.95
                 Made from a blend of 60% Lugana, 20% Chardonnay and 20% Sauvignon Blanc. It is light gold in colour and has perfumes of tropical fruit and the mineral hint characteristic of Ca’ dei Frati.
                 On the palate the wine is rich and dry with the Sauvignon Blanc adding a perfumed lift to the blend, whereas the Chardonnay rounds out the palate giving it depth and weight. The oak
                 ageing adds a touch of spice and it has a long length with a touch of tropical fruit on the finish.
                 The Dal Cero family has transformed their Ca’ dei Frati property into a model Italian estate over the past decade. When we first began buying their wines in 1987, they had 12 hectares of
                 vineyard; today, they have 50 hectares. This increase in quantity has been matched by an increase in quality, and today they remain the best producers in Lugana, and rank as one of Italy’s
                 best producers of white wine.

Red Wine         CA' DEI FRATI Ronchedone 2003/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £14.75
                 The secret to the success of the Ronchedone is simple: outstanding vineyards. Vines are trained low, newer vineyards have a higher density of planting, and yields are well below the average
                 for the zone. The quality of the fruit is accentuated in the modern winery, where Igino Dal Cero is ensures that the quality obtained in the vineyard is retained in the cellar.
                 Marzemino and Sangiovese are the main grapes for the Ronchedone, together with a maximum of 10% of Cabernet Sauvignon. It has a good depth of colour and perfumes of spicy red fruits
                 on the nose. On the palate it has excellent concentration of spicy, jammy fruit with rounded, soft tannins and good acidity. Good structure supporting the ripe fruit character gives it a nice
                 balance and attractive weight.

Rose Wine        CA' DEI FRATI Rose 'Garda Classico' 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £10.65
                 In the not too wide panorama of the Italian rosée wines, the Garda Classico Chiaretto represent one of the most typical expression of the hinterland of the Garda area, so deeply bound to
                 its gastronomic traditions, based on the formula olive oil-fish-fresh vegetables.This wine has been always obtained from a cuvée of Barbera, Groppello, Marzemino and Sangiovese grapes ,
                 that are vinified with great care, allowing a slight contact of the must with the skins. The local customs suggest to consume the Chiaretto when it is young, to appreciate the fine fragrance
                 and the cherming balance of its elements. The Chiaretto of Cà dei frati, although delicate in its style and particulary suitable to feminine taste, evolves into a wine full of dignity, thanks to a
                 structure which allows it to resist at its best, without yieldings, for at least one year. Served fresh, but not icy, sapid, juicy, berry-scented, it will surely be a "discovery" if served with sliced
                 salami, "risotti" or pasta with mushrooms or vegetables, as well as with the classic fish recipes of the local cuisine (tench with beans, eel with pears, pike- or carp-rissoles with polenta, etc.).

Sparkling Wine   CA' MORLIN Prosecco Frizzante N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £7.95
                 This is the most popular sparkling white wine in Italy, the pride of the Province of Treviso, where it is grown amongst the hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene. It is produced following
                 traditional country ways, right from the hand picking and selection of the grapes to the bottling of the wine. Since it is only produced in small quantities, its national demand can hardly be
                 met, leaving few possibilities for its launching into the international market. This delicate wine has a deep yellow colour, a low alcohol content and an acceptable acidity, can be fully
                 appreciated also within the first year of production. Tonon produces one of the best Prosecco we have come across. The wine is 'frizzante' (slightly sparkling) rather than 'spumante' (fully
                 sparkling).

Dessert Wine     CA' RUGATE Recioto di Soave 'La Perlara' 2005 Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                                 £16.95
                 Made from a selection of the best grapes from ca’ Rugate’s vineyards in Brognoligo di Monteforte d’Alpone. 100% Garganega grapes are allowed to dry gently in well-ventilated rooms for
                 around 6-7 months, concentrating their flavours and sweetness. In spring, the dried grapes are pressed and fermented in barrel with natural yeast then allowed to mature in wood for 10-12
                 months.
                 Bright gold in colour. Intensely perfumed with floral notes and hints of sultanas, dried figs, nuts and spices. Richly sweet and lingering in the mouth. At its best after at least one year in bottle.
                 Perfect on its own, or at the end of a meal. A lovely partner with cakes and pastries, or blue veined cheeses. Serve lightly chilled at 12-14°C.

White Wine       CA' RUGATE Soave Classico 'Monte Fiorentini' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £9.95
                 Predictably Ca'Rugate have won another three glasses from Gambero Rosso for their 2006 Soave Monte Fiorentine, as well as the award for Italy's best priced wine!
                 Their whole range is superb value from the clean and fresh Soave San Michele to the pure and beautiful, multilayered, La Perlara. From the evidence in the glass it is not suprising that
                 Ca'Rugate are fast gaining the recognition they deserve.
                 TASTING NOTE: Rich golden colour, with a fine aroma of exotic fruits. Full and rich in flavour, this is a structured wine which will reach its peak with 1-2 years in bottle.

White Wine       CA' RUGATE Soave Classico 'San Michele' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £8.25
                 Predictably Ca'Rugate have won another three glasses from Gambero Rosso for their 2006 Soave Monte Fiorentine, as well as the award for Italy's best priced wine!
                 Their whole range is superb value from the clean and fresh Soave San Michele to the pure and beautiful, multilayered, La Perlara. From the evidence in the glass it is not suprising that
                 Ca'Rugate are fast gaining the recognition they deserve.
                 TASTING NOTE: Light straw gold in colour. A fine bouquet of meadow flowers, with hints of camomile, elderflower and iris. An elegant wine with notes of sweet almonds on the finish.

Red Wine         CA' RUGATE Valpolicella 'Rio Albo' 2006 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                £8.45
                 Predictably Ca'Rugate have won another three glasses from Gambero Rosso for their 2006 Soave Monte Fiorentine, as well as the award for Italy's best priced wine!
                 Their whole range is superb value from the clean and fresh Soave San Michele to the pure and beautiful, multilayered, La Perlara. From the evidence in the glass it is not suprising that
                 Ca'Rugate are fast gaining the recognition they deserve.
                 Ruby red in colour with a bouquet of blackberry and cherries. The palate is supple, with light tannins and plenty of flavour. Ideal with grilled or roast chicken and pork good with tasty hard
                 cheeses.

Red Wine         CA' RUGATE Valpolicella Superiore 'Campo Lavei' 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                               £13.95
                 Predictably Ca'Rugate have won another three glasses from Gambero Rosso for their 2006 Soave Monte Fiorentine, as well as the award for Italy's best priced wine!
                 Their whole range is superb value from the clean and fresh Soave San Michele to the pure and beautiful, multilayered, La Perlara. From the evidence in the glass it is not suprising that
                 Ca'Rugate are fast gaining the recognition they deserve.
                 Deep ruby red in colour. Intense aromas of black fruit and cherries, and a twist of spice from the oak, followed by a mellow rounded with excellent tannin balance. Excellent with game,
                 grilled meats and mature cheese

Sparkling Wine   DI STEFANI Prosecco 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                              £7.95
                 For four generations the De Stefani family has had a passion for grape vine growing and the art of producing fine wines. This wine is produced with Prosecco grapes of the “Colvendrame”
                 estate on the hills of Refrontolo, where the wide changes of temperature from day to night preserve the intense fruity aroma of this sparkling wine. It is light, very pleasant and is ideal as an
                 aperitif, with starters and seafood.




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Dessert Wine   MACULAN Acininobili 2003 Half (G)                                                                                                                                                        £33.95
               The grapes for this wine are grown on the volcanic and tuffaceous Breganze hills. 85% Vespaiola, 10% Garganega and 5% Tocai are painstakingly hand-seleced and de-stalked when suffering
               from undeveloped botritis cinerea (noble rot). The wine is then aged for 2 years in new Nevers barriques and has a brilliant antique gold colour and a great, intense and spicy bouquet with
               wonderful hints of acacia honey, dry fruit, raisins and flint. On the palate it is full, elegant and sumptuous with optimal body and a massive structure. Profound backbone with a lingering
               persistence. An emotional experience!
               ROBERT PARKER 96 points (2007) 'The 2003 Acininobili is utterly mind-blowing in its expression of candied apricots, orange peel and cinnamon. Constantly changing in the glass, it reveals
               superb intensity and a stunningly gorgeous purity, with superb length and phenomenal poise. Acininobili is a selection made from botrytised Torcolato fruit. It is aged for two years in new
               French oak. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2017. From top to bottom the most impressive line-up I tasted from Veneto were the wines of Fausto Maculan. Readers will find no shortage of
               compelling wines at all price points. Maculan remains best known for his sweet wines, but readers will also want to check out some of his table wines from the superb 2004 vintage. Quite
               honestly I was not prepared for the stunning quality of his Bordeaux-inspired high-end reds.'

Dessert Wine   MACULAN Moscato Dindarello 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £15.95
               Made from 100% Muscat Fior d’Arancio grapes that are harvested by hand in small crates and then lightly dried. This exquisite dessert wine has a pale yellow colour with grren reflections. It
               is extraordinarily intense on the nose with notes of muscat grapes, honey and flowers. On the palate it is sweet and very fresh, full and balanced, the persistence of aromas is very long and
               pleasant, good body, full of character with noticeable structure.
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points (2007) 'Maculan is perhaps best known for his dessert wines and the gorgeous 2006 Dindarello (Moscato Fior d’Arancio) is a great introduction to the house
               style. It also won’t break the bank. Medium in body, it reveals jasmine, honey and orange rind notes with superb poise and balance. This is an absolutely irresistible Moscato that is sure to
               provide much pleasure over the next year or two. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2009. From top to bottom the most impressive line-up I tasted from Veneto were the wines of Fausto
               Maculan. Readers will find no shortage of compelling wines at all price points. Maculan remains best known for his sweet wines, but readers will also want to check out some of his table
               wines from the superb 2004 vintage. Quite honestly I was not prepared for the stunning quality of his Bordeaux-inspired high-end reds.'

White Wine     MACULAN Pino & Toi 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £7.95
               Made in the Breganze area of volcanic hills and gravelly plains from 25% Pinot Bianco, 15% Pinot Grigio and 60% Tocai this wine has a pale, crystal yellow colour with clear shades of green.
               The bouquet is intense and fruity with light hints of yeast and bread crust. Full and round on the plate with good structure and dry with balanced acidity.
               ROBERT PARKER 'The 2006 Pino & Toi (60% Tocai, 25% Pinot Bianco, 15% Pinot Grigio) is a clean, crisp, refreshing white with plenty of fruit and a lingering note of sweetness that carries
               through to the finish. It is an excellent choice for casual drinking.'

Dessert Wine   MACULAN Torcolato 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £25.95
               The volcanic hills and gravelly plains of Breganze supply the 85% Vespaiola, 10% Garganega and 5% Tocai grapes that are hung to dry until January. The wine then spends 12 months in French
               oak barriques 1/3 of which are new to produce this fantastic wine with its brilliant golden yellow colour, intense bouquet of honey, flowers, vanilla, grapes and noble woods and a palate that
               is sweet and full with a fine body and excellent balance between acidity, alcohol and sugars; leaves a long impression and a clear palate.
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points (2007) 'Maculan’s 2004 Breganze Torcolato (85% Vespaiola, 10% Garganega 5% Tocai) a medium yellow, offers high-toned aromatics along with burnt sugar,
               pineapple, mango, mint, honey and spices on a delicate, soft-textured frame. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2009. From top to bottom the most impressive line-up I tasted from Veneto were
               the wines of Fausto Maculan. Readers will find no shortage of compelling wines at all price points. Maculan remains best known for his sweet wines, but readers will also want to check out
               some of his table wines from the superb 2004 vintage. Quite honestly I was not prepared for the stunning quality of his Bordeaux-inspired high-end reds.'

White Wine     MONTEFORTE Pinot Grigio/Chardonnay 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £5.75
               The Cantina di Monteforte is situated in the eastern part of Soave Classico and Soave. They have 1200 hectares in total, part in Soave Classico and part outside of Classico. Most
               merchants in Verona have long held that this co-operative has some of the best vineyards in Soave Classico. 60% of their vineyards are on the hills, and face south and southeast, so have a
               superb exposition. This gives wines that are riper and fuller than most others produced in Soave.
               The climate is continental, with hot summers and cold winters. The heat of the summer is mitigated by cool breezes flowing down the Alpone valley from the foothills of the Dolomites to
               the north. This gives warm days and cool nights, which helps with the accumulation of aromatics in the grapes.
               Light, youthful lemony colour with a clean, fresh perfume of citrus and blossom. Dry and crisp on the palate, with a hint of nuttiness on the finish.

Red Wine       PONTE PIETRA Merlot/Corvina 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £4.75
               This wine is made by Matt Thomson at the Cantina di Monteforte with fruit that is declassified from Soave DOC status. Made from 55% Merlot and 45% Corvina, the quality grape of
               Valpolicella, this wine has a lovely, vibrant colour and a ripe, fresh nose mingling the cherry blossom perfume characteristic of great Corvina from this area, with a soft, blackberry fruit. Soft
               and attractive on the palate, it has sufficient weight to partner a wide range of pasta and rice dishes, particularly the risotto dishes for which this area is known.

White Wine     PONTE PIETRA Pinot Grigio 'Ramato' 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £6.75
               The 2006 vintage is one of the best of the past decade in Verona, as the fine autumn weather allowed the grapes to ripen perfectly. In the 2006 Pinot Grigio Rosato a vibrant coral pink
               colour gives way to a clean and delicately scented nose that has hints of cherries. On the palate, the wine is soft and rounded and highly drinkable.

White Wine     PONTE PIETRA Trebbiano/Garganega 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £4.75
               A blend of TREBBIANO and GARGANEGA the 2005 vintage is lightly floral on the nose, with perfumes reminiscent of the almond blossom that characterises the best white wines from this
               region. The attractive crisp green apple fruit on the palate gives way to a fresh, zingy finish.
               These wines are made by Matt Thomson at the Cantina di Monteforte with fruit that is declassified from Soave DOC status. Monteforte director, Gaetano Tobin, known as Tano, is a great
               believer in using solely Garganega in his Soave, so the Trebbiano that his growers have is given IGT status.

White Wine     SPECOGNA Pinot Grigio 'Ramato' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £12.95
               The Specogna family now has 15 hectares of vineyard on the hill of Rocca Bernarda in the heart of the Colli Orientali DOC zone in Friuli- Venezia-Giulia. The quality of the fruit grown by
               Graziano Specogna and his family is impeccable. These are highly individual wines with a great richness of flavour.
               Grapes for the Pinot Grigio are grown on a small 2.5 hectare vineyard approximately 150-200 m above sea level on a north east facing slope.
               Ripe Pinot Grigio grapes are red in colour and because of Specogna's passion for maceration and his aversion to fining, this wine is one of the few remaining 'coppery' (or ramato) Pinot
               Grigios. After maceration, 50% of the wine was fermented in stainless steel tanks and 50% in 15 hl used barrels.
               This Pinot Grigio is one of the few remaining 'coppery' (or ramato) in colour. It has a wonderful bouquet reminiscent of acacia flowers, grapefruit and fresh apricots. The palate is rich and
               full, elegant and crisp, with a balanced acidity and a rich, lingering finish.

Rose Wine      TREFILI Pinot Grigio Rose 'Rosa Bianca' 2007 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008                                                                                                                          £5.95
               Beautiful coral and salmon pink colour, Delicate aromas of strawberry and peach lead to a soft palate of redcurrant, cranberry and stone fruit. The finish is refreshingly dry with a clean
               citrus fruit. Overall a delicous wine, with enough zest to match antipasta and seafood, & delicious with pan dried scallops. However this wine also drinks beautifully on it own. A lovely
               summer wine!




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Red Wine         CIGLIUTI Dolcetto d'Alba 'Sandrone' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £9.95
                 The Cigliuti family have been in the business for four generations, and the wines are now produced organically, using only copper sulphate in the vineyards. Fermentation is done in stainless
                 steel at controlled temperatures and maturation takes place in Slovenian and French large barrels and barriques.
                 This is a pretty exceptional Dolcetto, aged in big oak barrels for 2-3 months, an immensely attractive red fruited wine, spicy, with bright acidity and for early drinking.

White Wine       LA GIUSTINIANA Gavi di Gavi 'Lugarara' 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                             £11.75
                 La Giustiniana produces two single vineyard Gavis, each unoaked so that the character of the vineyard shines through in the wine. The Lugarara is the most open of the two, as befits the
                 sandier soil in the vineyard, but it has good richness on the palate and nicely moderated acidity. The 2006 Gavi di Gavi ‘Lugarara’ is fresh and clean with good concentration on the palate
                 and mineral and citrus notes. It has good richness and nicely moderated acidity.
                 Enrico Tomalino has transformed La Giustiniana in the past couple of years, and this outstanding estate is now producing Gavi of remarkable character and originality.

Sparkling Wine   MARTINI Asti N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                              £6.45
                 Martini Asti is a fresh, fruity, and aromatic, quality sparkling wine. Steeped in a rich history and perfected over time by local and family traditions. It is produced from only the very best
                 Moscato bianco grapes which are cultivated in the prestigious Asti D.O.C.G. region (DOCG meaning Denomination of Control and Guarantee). Martini & Rossi is leading the global Asti
                 market in terms of image, brand reputation, product appreciation and volume of production and sales. It is also the UK's number 1 selling sparkling wine. Best enjoyed chilled, as an aperitif
                 or partner with deserts, chocolate or fresh fruits.

Red Wine         PRUNOTTO Dolcetto d'Alba Famiglia Antinori 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £8.45
                 From vineyards in the areas of Barbaresco, Treiso, Alba and Monforte formed originally by strong marine currents in the Miocenic era, the soil is a mixture of sand and clay.
                 Ruby red in colour. On the nose, fragrant, fruity bouquet with hints of flowers. This is a very versatile piedmontese wine and a perfect match for a variety of dishes. Ideal serving
                 temperature is 16°C and it is best enjoyed between 1 and 3 years from vintage date.

Red Wine         PRUNOTTO Nebbiolo d'Alba 'Occhetti' Famiglia Antinori 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                 £13.95
                 Intense ruby red in colour with garnet reflexes. On the nose, elegant with hints of raspberries and rose. On the palate full and harmonic with a ligering finish. The Nebbiolo Occhetti, being
                 such a round and elegant wine, is very versatile and a perfect match for hot antipasti, first courses and light meat dishes. Ideal serving temperature 16°C.



                 Barbera d'Alba
Red Wine         G.D. VAJRA Barbera d'Alba 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £13.45
                 Aldo Vajra's wines are characterised by pristine flavours and clearly defined perfumes. These characters are attributable to the position of Vajra's vineyards at about 400 metres Above sea
                 level in the village of Vergne in the commune of Barolo.
                 ROBERT PARKER (2006) '2004 Barbera d’Alba—Lively violet. This tasty Barbera offers spices, sweet red fruits, and distinctly mineral notes on a medium-bodied frame, in a simple, accessible
                 style. Vajra produces this more modest wine from his less well-exposed parcels, while the best fruit is reserved for the Superiore. 88/drink now-2009'



                 Barbera d'Asti
Red Wine         CA' DEL MATT Barbera d'Asti 'Tere Caude' 2001/03 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                               £9.95
                 The Tere Caude (the name means 'warm earth' in Piemontese dialect) is a stunner. Only a small quantity was produced, using exclusively fruit from a single, 70 year old vineyard. The wine
                 was aged in barrique for 12 months and has wonderful intensity, depth and length of plummy, chocolatey fruit shows just how good Barbera can be in Asti.

Red Wine         CA' DEL MATT Barbera d'Asti 2001/02 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £5.95
                 "You have to be a bit mad (matto in Italian, or matt in Piedmontese dialect) to try to make drinkable and affordable Barbera. We liked the challange, as did our New Zealand winemaker
                 Matt Thompson, who has worked with Barbera in Piemonte for 7 vintages. This Barbera is made from carefully selected grapes grown around the village of Nizza, home of some of the best
                 Barbera vines in Piemonte. Ripe grapes and careful vinifictaion have given a wine with good colour and soft, easy and vibrant fruit. In order to preserve as much of this fruit as possible the
                 wine was subject to minimal treatment and as a result may throw a light but harmless sediment.

Red Wine         PRUNOTTO Barbera d'Asti 'Fiulot' Famiglia Antinori 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                        £7.75
                 From vineyard in the Agliano d'Asti area this iwne has a vivid, ruby red colour. On the nose, fragrant, with hints of plum and cherry. On the palate it is well structured with soft tannins
                 (typical of the Barbera variety). Both the choice of grapes coming from loose, sandy soil together with modern techniques give this wine a fragrant, vinous character which can be particularly
                 enjoyed when the wine is young. A perfect match for a variety of dishes such as pasta, light cheeses and white meats. Ideal serving temperature is 13/15 °C



                 Barolo
Red Wine         PRUNOTTO Barolo Classico Famiglia Antinori 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £23.95
                 From vineyards in the areas of Monforte, Serralunga and Castiglion Falletto. Origins go back to the Tortonian - Messinian era. Rich in calcareous clay and in magnesium and manganese
                 elements.
                 Garnet in colour and on the nose, wide and complex with hints of violet and forest fruit aromas. On the palate, full and velvety and well balanced. Due to its structure and characteristics, it
                 is a perfect match for meat and game dishes, and tasty cheeses. Ideal serving temperature 17°C

Dessert Wine     PRUNOTTO Moscato d'Asti 5.5%ALC Famiglia Antinori 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £8.95
Red Wine         REVERDITO Barolo 'Codane' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £18.95




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Sparkling Wine   ANTINORI Montenisa Brut Sparkling 'Franciacorta' N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £16.45

                 Bolgheri
Red Wine         ANTINORI Cabernet/Merlot 'Il Bruciato' Guado al Tasso 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                     £14.95
                 The Merlot in this blend was harvested at the beginning of September and the Cabernet Sauvignon from mid September. After destemming and light crushing, the Merlot and Cabernet
                 Sauvignon were vinified separately; maceration took place in stainless steel tanks over a period of 15-20 days, during which time alcoholic fermentation was also completed, at a temperature
                 never exceeding 30 ºC.
                 The resulting wine is rich in colour and very structured but soft on the palate, without any astringency. The wine was then transferred to new French oak barriques (Troncais and Alliers)
                 where it was racked for blending with different varieties then replaced in barriques for about 8 months, after which it was bottled and aged for 16 months before being released.
                 A blend of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 10% Syrah with some other black grape varieties it is showing a good, intense ruby red colour. Very fruity aromas of red berries with hints
                 of oak are showing in this well structured and lengthy wine, to produce a well-balanced wine with soft tannins and a smooth finish.

Red Wine         ANTINORI Guado al Tasso 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £46.95
                 Made from 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 10% Syrah and other red grape varieties this wine has an extraordinary intense ruby red in colour. Intensely fruity, more of cherry than
                 cassis, with hints of toast, coffee and dark chocolate. Finely structured and complex; balanced, with soft tannins and a lingering finish. Displays unmistakable varietal flavor while retaining
                 strong regional character.
                 ROBERT PARKER 91 points (2007) 'Tenuta Belvedere is the Antinori family’s estate in Bolgheri. The property is vast, with over 300 hectares under vine, some of which I was able to visit
                 with Allegra Antinori, who shares a similar passion for the pigs she raises on the estate’s grounds. Winemaking is overseen by Renzo Cotarella. The 2003 Guado al Tasso opens with a lovely
                 nose redolent of spices and flowers followed by layers of sweet dark fruit, toasted oak and chocolate that reveal themselves in the glass. Still intensely backward, it presents hard tannins that
                 should soften somewhat in the bottle. This blend of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot and 15% Syrah and other varietals spent 14 months in 100% new French oak. Anticipated maturity:
                 2009-2019.'

White Wine       ANTINORI Vermentino di Bolgheri 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £11.45
                 100% Vermentino from vineyards in Tenuta Guado al Tasso near Bolgheri on the Tuscan coast, south of Livorno.
                 This wine has an accentuated personality and results straw gold in colour with greenish reflects, intense, fruity perfume with typical hints of this grape variety. On the palate is full, armonic
                 and with a long finish.

Red Wine         TENUTA SAN GUIDO Sassicaia 1996 Bottle (Limited Availability) (G)                                                                                                                         £99.50
Red Wine         TENUTA SAN GUIDO Sassicaia 1997 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £150.00
Red Wine         TENUTA SAN GUIDO Sassicaia 1998 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £99.50
Red Wine         TENUTA SAN GUIDO Sassicaia 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £69.95


                 Chianti
Red Wine         ANTINORI Chianti Classico 'Peppoli' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £12.25
                 Introduced in 1988 with the 1985 vintage, Peppoli Chianti Classico DOCG is the archetypal modern Chianti Classico. In a departure from traditional Chiantis, Peppoli combines the
                 complexity and structure of a well-aged riserva with the fruity fragrance of a young wine.
                 Made from 90% Sangiovese and 10% Merlot and Syrah grapes it has intense red fruit aromas with light hints of vanilla and coffee. A well-structured wine with smooth, sweet tannins of nice
                 length with fruity flavors. This wine is made to be enjoyed fairly young, while the fruit is at its fullest expression.

Red Wine         ANTINORI Chianti Classico Reserva 'Marchese Antinori' 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                     £14.95
                 Marchese Antinori Chianti Classico Reserva is produced, exclusively from the finest, most highly selected grapes grown on the Antinori Santa Cristina, Pèppoli and Badia a Passignano estates
                 in the Mercatale Val di Pesa zone in Chianti Classico. Deep ruby red with light garnet hues, it has pronounced cherry and violet fruit with tobacco nuances on the nose. It is a full-bodied and
                 rounded red wine of remarkable depth, structure and length. 90% Sangiovese, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and other complementary red varieties.
                 ROBERT PARKER 89 points (2007) 'The 2003 Chianti Classico Marchesi Antinori presents a dark, almost saturated color. It is a bigger, fatter wine packed with super-ripe, jammy plum,
                 raisin and licorice flavors on a structured frame of notable power as well as length, although it is not especially finessed. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2018.'

Red Wine         ANTINORI Solaia 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                           £99.95
                 Solaia, which means the 'sunny one' in Italian, is a 10 hectares (25 acres) southwest-facing vineyard planted 351-396 metres (1,150-1,300 feet) above sea-level on stony calcareous soil of marl
                 and friable albarese rock. It is located at Santa Cristina, alongside the Tignanello vineyard, which is on the same property, in the Mercatale Val di Pesa zone of Chianti Classico.
                 THE WINE SPECTATOR 95 Points 'Black pepper, coffee, chocolate, vanilla, plums and bottled fruit aromas follow each other continually in Solaia 2003. The wine is strikingly elegant with
                 nicely blended tannins supporting the sensation of sweetness and weight. The tasting does not reveal harshness, and the balance shows distinctive sweetness from the riper grapes. Hints of
                 liquorice and coffee return in the impressively long finish.'
                 ROBERT PARKER 93 points (2007) 'The 2003 Solaia (75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Sangiovese and 5% Cabernet Franc) reveals the essence of blackberry jam, licorice, cassis, tar and
                 minerals in a super-ripe, heady expression of the vintage. Richly sumptuous on the palate, this beautiful, expansive Solaia offers terrific length as well as stunning balance with plenty of style.
                 It is sure to deliver much gratification over the next decade or so. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2018.'

Red Wine         ANTINORI Solaia 'Annata Diversa' 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £47.95
                 Solaia, which means the 'sunny one' in Italian, is a 10 hectares (25 acres) southwest-facing vineyard planted 351-396 metres (1,150-1,300 feet) above sea-level on stony calcareous soil of marl
                 and friable albarese rock. It is located at Santa Cristina, alongside the Tignanello vineyard, which is on the same property, in the Mercatale Val di Pesa zone of Chianti Classico.
                 This wine displays unmistakable varietal flavour while retaining strong regional character. Intensely fruity and complex with a good structure, well-balanced, the tannins are soft and
                 complement the lingering finish.

Red Wine         ANTINORI Tignanello 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £42.95
                 ROBERT PARKER 93 points (2007) 'The 2004 Tignanello (85% Sangiovese, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc) presents a livelier shade of ruby along with fresher aromatics
                 and flavors. Deeply expressive, it reveals black cherries, licorice, tar and sweet toasted oak on a linear, silky-textured frame of great class and elegance, showing outstanding presence on the
                 palate and fine tannins to round out the finish. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2019.'

Dessert Wine     ANTINORI Vin Santo del Chianti Classico 2003 Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                               £19.75
                 ROBERT PARKER (2007) 'The 2003 Vin Santo, a medium amber, presents notes of honey, roasted nuts and maple syrup with a full-boded personality. Although it offers an attractive
                 up-front quality to the fruit, the length and finish are ultimately compromised by the wine’s hard and somewhat astringent tannins. Antinori’s Vin Santo is made predominantly from
                 Trebbiano with some Malvasia and spent about three years in small oak barrels ranging in size from 50 to 200 liters. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2015.'

Red Wine         CANTINE LEONARDO Chianti 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £6.95
                 Produced in a small, hilly area in the commune of Vinci, Cerreto Guidi, from 100% Sangiovese grapes, this wine is macerated on the skins during fermentation that lasts approximately eight
                 days, together with frequent pumping over. Temperature controlled fermentation encourages good colour and tannins while maintaining the rich fruit aromas characteristics of the grapes.
                 The wine has a clear, ruby-red colour, with reasonable depth and 'legs' indicating good structure. Aromas of cherries and fresh red fruit mingle with spicy, peppery notes. The wine is lively
                 and fresh in the mouth, with soft, rounded tannins. Good intensity, attractive structure and fine, long length. Delicious with almost all kinds of starters and light meat dishes.
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £14.95 (Vintage may vary)

Red Wine         CANTINE LEONARDO Chianti Reserva 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £10.95
                 TUSCANY, Chianti, Vinci - Produced in the hilly area located between Florence and Siena, the grape growers belong to the Cantine Leonardo da Vinci in Vinci, near Florence this wine,
                 made from 100% Sangiovese grapes is ruby red in colour, with rich chromatic nuances and a distinctly fruity bouquet where the cherry tone is mitigated by a hint of vanilla and cinnamon.
                 The flavour reflects the spicy undertone of the aroma and is balanced by a fine tannic note. Perfect with roast meats, mixed meat grills, game, dishes containing truffle, mature Pecorino
                 cheese. Serve at 18°C.

Dessert Wine     CAPEZZANA Vin Santo Reserva 2000/01 Half (G)                                                                                                                                              £23.95
                 Deliciously sweet and rich without being cloying or over-alcoholic, the Capezzana Vin Santo is luscious, nutty and well balanced. Made from a blend of Trebbiano and Malvasia, the grapes
                 are dried for six months prior to crushing and then aged for four years in small barrels. The result is a wine that is complex and opulent with a dry and long finish.
                 Capezzana’s wines have never been better - and they will continue to improve over the years. The younger generation of the Contini Bonacossi family is now firmly in charge of this estate,
                 with the highly talented Stefano Chioccioli giving them a hand in the winery.




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               Chianti
Red Wine       CERRO DEL MASSO Chianti 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £6.95
               This 50 hectare estate is Alberto Antonini's family property. he has spent the past decade replanting vineyards and transforming it to an estate that is now ready to strike out on its own.
               The vineyards are situated on beautiful hills and are planted primarily with Sangiovese, though Alberto is increasing the amount of Merlot as some of the sites are very suitable for this
               variety. This wine has all the Antonini trademarks: a deep colour, a ripe, plummy nose, a full, fleshy palate with supple tannins and great balance.
               August 2006 Decanter 5 star Award - Best Value Chiantis 'Firm nose, with tight-knit young cherry fruit, and a classic backbone of Sangiovese energy.'

Red Wine       DA VINCI Chianti 2006 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                           £7.95
               Made from grapes sourced entirely from within the Chianti region that ust be a minimum of 75% Sangiovese, the Da Vinci Chianti is deep crimson in color with aromas of cherries and red
               fruit balanced by soft, round tannins.

Red Wine       DA VINCI Chianti Reserva 2004 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                £12.45
               As of 2003, Chianti Riserva must be aged for at least 2 years and 3 months and must be at least 12.5% alcohol. Prior to 2003, the previous aging mandatory was 3 years. The Da Vinci Chianti
               Riserva is 100% Sangiovese. It is ruby red in color with distinct cherry aromas balanced by slight smoky oak.

Red Wine       FONTODI Chianti Classico 2003/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £14.65
               The 2005 Chianti Classico is a beautiful effort considering the challenging conditions of the growing season. Medium in body, it reveals perfumed red fruit with excellent length although the
               tannins dry out a bit on the finish. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2009.

Dessert Wine   ISOLE E OLENA Vin Santo 2000 Half (G)                                                                                                                                                  £28.50
               A traditional Vin Santo from a great Chianti Classico producer. The Malvasia and Trebbiano grapes are left to dry for 4 months after the vintage. After pressing, the juice goes into small oak
               casks to ferment and mature for 4 years, resulting in this fine, unctuous elixir. Great with almond biscuits.
               ROBERT PARKER 91 points (2007) 'The 1999 Vin Santo, with its 200 grams of residual sugar, is a little weightier than normal. A blend of two-thirds Malvasia and one-third Trebbiano, it
               offers generous notes of spices, roasted nuts and candied, ethereal fruit. Made in a full-bodied, unctuous style, it should drink well for another decade. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2017.'

Red Wine       SELVAPIANA Chianti Rufina 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £9.95
               Made with Sangiovese and a small amount of Canaiolo and with a total production of 135,000 bottles, this is a vibrant, fruity wine with great intensity and style. It is soft and round with a
               hint of bitter cherries on the palate and a lively and refreshing acidity on the finish.
               ROBERT PARKER 89 points (2007) 'Selvapiana’s medium-bodied 200 Chianti Rufina is pretty and feminine in its expression of perfumes red cherries, with excellent length and finessed
               tannins on the close. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2015.'

Red Wine       SELVAPIANA Chianti Rufina Riserva 'Bucerchiale' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                        £16.75
               The Sangiovese grapes for the ‘Bucerchiale’ Chianti Rufina Riserva were grown in the 12.5 hectare Bucerchiale vineyard on the Selvapiana estate situated in Chianti Rufina zone northeast of
               Florence. The oldest part of this vineyard was planted in 1968, and the youngest in 1995. Southwest facing, it is the estate’s finest vineyard, and was first produced as a single vineyard wine
               in 1979.
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points (2007) 'The single-vineyard 2003 Chianti Rufina Riserva Vigneto Bucerchiale is made from the estate’s finest Sangiovese fruit. It is a ripe, powerful wine boasting
               explosive dark fruit, licorice, chocolate and sweet toasted oak on an ample, structured frame, with a kick from the alcohol on the finish. Today it appears that the flavors will mature faster
               than the tannins will resolve. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2017.'



               IGT Toscana
Red Wine       ANTINORI Rosso di Toscana 'Santa Cristina' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £7.25
               Made from 90% Sangiovese and 10% Merlot Santa Cristina was originally introduced in 1946 as a Chianti Classico by Piero Antinori's father, Niccolò. However, with the passage of the 1984
               DOCG laws - spearheaded by Piero Antinori- requiring lower vineyard yields, Chianti Classico grapes became so complex and rich that they required more aging than this fruity fresh wine
               should have to maintain its style and character. Therefore, with the 1987 vintage Santa Cristina moved away from the Chianti Classico designation, and with the 1994 vintage Antinori began
               including 10% Merlot to the blend to add soft, open fruit nuances to the wine.
               Ruby red in colour; on the nose, intense bouquet of mature fruits; on the palate well structured, harmonious, soft and sweet tannins.

Red Wine       ANTINORI Rosso di Toscana 'Villa Antinori' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £10.45
               60% Sangiovese, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot and 5% Syrah. Intense ruby red colour. Fruity hints on the nose blend well with the toasty, chocolate and vanilla notes from ageing in
               wood. A complex, harmonious and well-structured wine with smooth tannins and persistant fruity hints.

Red Wine       MONTELLORI Rosso di Toscana 'Moro' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £8.95
               Alessandro Nieri's estate keeps producing very good Chianti from his property near Fucecchio at a highly competitive price.
               Attractive ruby red appearance with a youthful purple rim. A full-bodied blend of Sangiovese, Black Malvasia and Cabernet Sauvignon.



               Montalcino
Red Wine       ANGELINI Brunello di Montalcino Val di Suga 'Spuntali' 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                 £39.95
               ROBERT PARKER 91 points (2007) 'The 2001 Brunello di Montalcino Riserva Vigna Spuntali from Tenuta Angelini is a lovely wine. Made in a medium-bodied style, this fresh, poised Brunello
               reveals an expressive, perfumed nose that leads to pretty crushed flowers, raspberries, red cherries and spices. It offers outstanding length and plenty of grip on the finish. Anticipated
               maturity: 2009-2019.'

Red Wine       ANTINORI Brunello di Montalcino 'Pian delle Vigne' 2000/01 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                  £27.95
               The Pian delle Vigne Estate is located six kilometers south of Montalcino, above the Val d'Orcia valley, and it was named for the characteristic 19th century train station situated in the
               property, which is still in use. There are 30 hectares producing and 30 hectares started to produce between 2002 and 2003. The vineyards which produced the Brunello vintage 1995 are at
               an elevation of 130 metres sea level, with south east exposure. The soil is stony calcareous composition, with tufaceous areas, tending to be quite "poor". Brunello di Montalcino is produced
               exclusively with Sangiovese.
               DECANTER MAGAZINE August 2006 Highly Recommended ****
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points (2007) 'Antinori's 2001 Brunello di Montalcino Pian delle Vigne presents a dark expression of Sangiovese. This deeply-colored Brunello is made in a round,
               supple style with dark cherries, violets, tobacco and earthiness. It offers notable concentration in a fairly international style, with building but finessed tannins on the finish. Anticipated
               maturity: 2009-2019.'

Red Wine       ARGIANO Brunello di Montalcino 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £24.95
Red Wine       ARGIANO Brunello di Montalcino Reserva 1980 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £72.95
               The Brunello 1980 still has great colour. The perfume has an aromatic profile of great consistency in which the primary odours of the grape variety and the secondary flavours, fermentation
               derived, are being replaced by an odorous blend of more noble and complex nuances. On the palate the wine is marked by a pleasant savoury taste, mature and sweet at the same time. The
               alcohol content is certainly high but well matched with adequate acidity. At the moment, the great roundness of polymerised tannins makes this wine very interesting and a real promise of
               longevity.

Red Wine       ARGIANO Rosso di Montalcino 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £11.25
               The 2005 Rosso di Montalcino has an intense ruby-red colour. It is medium-bodied, with good concentration in the mid-palate. The palate is elegant and well-balanced with captivating
               flavours of red fruits, violet, menthol and tree bark, all characteristics of Argiano’s terroir. A generous wine with smooth and velvety tannins that will please all Sangiovese lovers.
               Rosso di Montalcino is considered the younger sibling of Brunello and is also made from 100% Sangiovese. Compared to the previous vintage, the 2005 Rosso shows more concentration
               and elegance that is the result of effort and change in the vineyards and winery initiated some years ago. Noemi Marone Cinzano took over this estate in 1991. The wines from her stunning
               property continue to improve.

Red Wine       ARGIANO Solengo 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £35.95
               Besides Brunello, Solengo is the expression of Argiano's viticulture. Because of the particular microclimate present in Argiano, it is possible to plant grape varieties that are not in the
               tradition of Montalcino, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah. Solengo is a modern and well balanced wine. Its colour is intense, deep ruby to purple. The nose is captivating, rich
               and dense, full of ripe fruits and sweet spicy aromas. The palate finds impressive structure tempered by silky tannins. Concentrated aromas of berries and chocolate make the aftertaste last
               for minutes.
               2004 ROBERT PARKER 93 points (2007) 'Readers will find much to admire in these two new releases from Argiano, located in the southern part of the Montalcino zone. The 2004 Solengo
               presents gorgeous aromatics followed by super-ripe dark fruit, crushed flowers, herbs, spices and sweet toasted oak that flow from its opulent, full-bodied frame. Showing superb
               concentration, the wine is supported by an attractive note of underlying minerality that provides balance as well as a sense of proportion. It offers outstanding length, a silky-textured
               personality and ripe, sweet tannins on the finish in a rare display that marries power with elegance. It will be tempting to drink this early, but a few years of cellaring will give the wine an
               opportunity to express the fullest range of its potential. In 2004 Solengo is a blend of 45% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot and 25% Syrah that spent 17 months in new French oak barrels.
               Anticipated maturity: 2010-2024.'


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               Montalcino
Red Wine       FOSSACOLLE Brunello di Montalcino 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £28.95
               The wine has wonderful power allied to voluptuous, chocolately fruit and supple tannins. It is well balanced, and has good body and persistent length.
               This 2 hectare estate is situated in the Tavernelle area of Montalcino. Owned by Sergio Marchetti, the wines are now made by his son in law, Adriano Bambacioni. Adriano is the cellar
               master at Argiano, where he worked with Giacomo Tachis, for 10 years.
               The vineyards are located at 300m above sea level and are south facing in the region of Tavernelle, Montalcino. 100% Sangiovese grapes.

Red Wine       POGGIO SAN POLO Brunello di Montalcino 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £34.95


               Montepulciano
Red Wine       ANGELINI Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 'Tre Rose' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £13.95
               ROBERT PARKER 89 points (2007) 'The 2003 Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Tre Rose (90% Prugnolo Gentile, 5% Canaiolo, 5% Cabernet Franc) opens with gorgeous, deep aromatics,
               followed by candied cherries, flowers, spices mint, and herbs on a medium-bodied frame. Made in a somewhat linear style for the vintage, this pretty Vino Nobile should provide highly
               pleasurable drinking over the next seven or eight years.'

Red Wine       ANTINORI Rosso di Montepulciano Sabazio 'La Braccesca' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £8.50
               85% Prugnolo Gentile, 10% Merlot and 5% Canaiolo grapes from the vineyards of La Braccesca Estate, situated in the Montepulciano DOCG area enjoying a very favourable exposure and
               microclimate. The first vintage Vino Rosso di Montepulciano La Braccesca to be released was the 1992 vintage. The wine is named after "Sabazio" (Sabatino Lulli) who was an important
               personality in medieval viticulture in the Montepulciano area.
               Ruby red in colour; on the nose, intense bouquet of mature red berries fruits; on the palate well structured and very pleasing.

Red Wine       ANTINORI Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 'La Braccesca' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                       £12.45
               90% Prugnolo Gentile and 10% Merlot the first vintage Vino Nobile La Braccesca to be released was the 1990 vintage.
               On the nose, intense and typical aromas of fruits with a delicate hint of vanilla. On the palate is structured and well-balanced.

Red Wine       AVIGNONESI Desiderio 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £37.95
               Made form a blend of 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon. This wine has a beautiful deep garnet colour. Aromas of cherries, light smoke and even a hint of dark chocolate. The wine is
               full bodied and slightly dry showing black fruits, violets and liquorice on the palate with a lovely finish. Produced in the beautiful small Tuscan city of Cortona over looking the Valdichiana this
               well rounded wine can be enjoyed now with roast or grilled meats, game and select mature cheeses or can even be given a few years cellar time to mature even more.

Red Wine       AVIGNONESI Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £15.45
               Made from Prugnolo Gentile, Canaiolo Nero and Mammolino grapes this wine is aged in oak barrels for 24 months and then refined in bottle for a further 6 months. Vino Nobile is garnet
               red in colour; its bouquet is delicate and intense, with a slight scent of violet; the taste is dry with a hint of tannic. This important wine is ideal with roast and grilled meat, game and mature
               cheeses.
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points (2007) 'The 2004 Vino Nobile di Montepulciano (mostly Prugnolo Gentile with some Canaiolo and Mammolino) presents a richer, riper expression of black
               cherries, licorice and smoke, in a linear, understated style, with notable purity and outstanding balance. Although delicious today, it is also quite fresh and primary. Readers who enjoy a more
               developed wine will want to give this Vino Nobile another year or two of bottle age. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2016.'



               Tuscany
Red Wine       ISOLE E OLENA Cepparello 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £33.95
               The 2002 Cepparello, released before the 2001 vintage of the wine, caused a few eyebrows to be raised – apparently a Sangiovese selection in an off vintage is something unthinkable. I have
               no objections to a selection which respects the character of the year, and this wine certainly does in its fragrant nose of red fruit, violets, and light spices, its soft medium body, and its fresh,
               satiny finish. The usual weight and flesh are not present, but there is no reason, after all, why they should be. Drink: 2006-2010.




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Red Wine         ATA RANGI Pinot Noir 2006 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                       £29.95
                 On the palate, rich cherry stone and delicately spices, ripe plum characters emerge in the glass. Fine tannins run evenly across a full palate. This Pinot Noir is consistently ranked
                 as one of New Zealand’s best. The Ata Rangi vineyards are situated in Wairarapa, just north of Wellington.

Sparkling Wine   MONTANA Brut Rose Sparkling 'Lindauer' N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £7.95
                 Made from a blend of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc and Pinotage grapes grown in the Marlborough, Hawke's Bay and Gisborne regions this sparkling wine shows great power and
                 body; the result of careful blending of the base wines. It has a pinky gold colour, with the hue coming from the black skin of the Pinot Noir grape. On the nose it has a yeasty and toasty
                 bouquet showing excellent maturity from prolonged bottle maturation on lees. It is full on the palate with a pleasant, steady mousse and elegant aroma. The extra tannin from the Pinot Noir
                 and Pinotage grapes makes Lindauer Rosé an excellent choice to accompany lighter red meat dishes.

Sparkling Wine   MONTANA Brut Sparkling 'Lindauer' N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £8.75
                 Made from a blend of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Chenin Blanc grown in the Marlborough, Hawke's Bay and Gisborne regions this wine is full on the palate with a pleasant, steady mousse
                 and elegant aroma. Yeasty and toasty on the nose it shows excellent maturity from prolonged bottle maturation on lees. The palate is crisp, complex and well balanced, with a full flavour
                 and lasting taste. This is a versatile bottle-fermented sparkling wine that can be served as an aperitif or with any style of food.



                 North, Hawkes Bay
Red Wine         BABICH Cabernet/Merlot 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £7.65
                 Brambly/ blackberry notes from the Cabernet mingle on the nose with the softer plum, boysenberry aromas of Merlot. The palate is of medium weight and round with upfront sweet fruit.
                 The fruit lingers on the finish over a savory background with light cedar oak notes.

White Wine       HAWKES BAY Sauvignon Blanc 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £8.25
                 This wine has the typical Sauvignon Blanc characteristics of tropical fruits and lush green pastures. It is very clean, very crisp and the ideal summer aperitif.



                 South, Central Otago
Red Wine         CORNISH POINT Pinot Noir 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £17.95
                 Cornish Point vineyard is planted at the meeting of the Kawarau and Clutha arms of Lake Dunstan at the eastern tip of Bannock. It is hand harvested, fermented using wild yeasts in small
                 fermenters , matured in French oak barrels for 14 months, then estate bottled; unfined and unfiltered. The wine is bottled under screwcap to ensure freshness and longevity.

White Wine       FELTON ROAD Barrel Fermented Chardonnay 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £17.95
                 Colour of pale straw. A nose of stonefruits, with lemon and a distinct mineral edge. The palate leads with nutty stonefruit, following with crisp acid and cleansing minerality. Very rich and
                 mouth-coating, yet with a bracing clean finish and plenty of grip. The tension is evident despite the riper flavours than we normally see in this wine; certainly no sign of New World fatness. A
                 wine with considerable ageing potential.

White Wine       FELTON ROAD Riesling 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                      £14.45
White Wine       FELTON ROAD Riesling 'Block 1' 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £16.45
Red Wine         WILD EARTH Pinot Noir 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £16.45
                 Wild Earth founder Quintin Quider is an expatriate Californian who spent many years living in the South Island and he has gathered a small, dedicated team to produce his Wild Earth range
                 in Central Otago. This is one of the most unpredictable viticultural areas in the world where extremes of temperature make winemaking a challenge. Winemaker Dean Shaw will have the
                 benefit of consultant Michelle Richardson's experience from the 2005 vintage onwards.
                 Deep coloured and intense on the nose with brambles and spicy, gamey perfumes. Rich, smoky plum notes follow on the palate, with good depth, robust structure and a long finish.



                 South, Marlborough
White Wine       ASTROLABE Sauvignon Blanc 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £10.75
                 Five Stars and 3rd out of 186 sauvignon's entered in the Cuisine tasting. This comes on top of the Double Trophy and Gold Medal Winnings at the Air N.Z Wine Awards 2004 and a Gold
                 Medal at Bragato. Only three wines scored five stars in the Cuisine tasting and the two above Astrolabe are priced at $8-10 more. "Finely crafted wine with ripe, tropical fruit flavours and a
                 fresh, herbal edge. Tangy, intense and long, with good vigour and a crisp, slightly minerally finish." Cuisine.
                 The 2005 vintage in 2006 - Gold Medal & Trophy for best Sauvignon Blanc at IWSC.

Red Wine         ATA RANGI Cabernet/Syrah/Merlot 'Celebre' 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                  £16.95
                 Deep coloured, intense wine with fragrant, Christmas spices of cloves, cinnamon and cardamom. The Merlot adds a plummy richness and the Syrah freshly-cracked black pepper characters
                 to the perfumes. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, with tobacco, olives and toasty French oak flavours, with rich, ripe fruit characters and rounded tannins. Long on the finish, with
                 blackcurrant and tobacco perfumes to the end.

White Wine       BABICH Sauvignon Blanc 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £8.25
                 Sauvignon Blanc grapes from the Wairau and Awatere Valleys in Marlborough. The grapes are crushed and pressed into stainless steel tanks for fermentation. and is then blended and
                 bottled early to capture its youthful exuberance. The Wine a very pale yellow tinged with green, displays melon, pear and vanilla notes on the nose. This is followed by fresh, lively citrus and
                 underlying apple and gooseberry flavours on the palate. It is an ideal apertif wine, and can also be enjoyed with pasta, seafood, white meats and vegetarian dishes. Try it with Seafood risotto.

White Wine       CAIRNBRAE Chardonnay 'Wild South' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £8.95
White Wine       CAIRNBRAE Pinot Gris 'Wild South' 2007 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                              £8.95
                 Cairnbrae Wild South's range of classical varietal wines continues to capture the spirit and character of Marlborough. Each of the wines reflect winemaker Christie Brown's passion for cool
                 climate winemaking by maximising varietal expression and complexity at the same time as over delivering on quality and value. The winery's estate vineyards, situated in the lower reaches of
                 the Waihopai Valley, also play an important role in creating wines that capture the essence of Marlborough, with stony, fast draining alluvial soils; hot sunny days and cool dry nights.
                 Inviting perfumed aromas of banana and pear combine to give a lifted bouquet which is followed by a palate textured with grapefruit and citrus. A floral complexity gives a rich lingering finish.

Red Wine         CAIRNBRAE Pinot Noir 'Wild South' 2007 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                          £10.45
                 Cairnbrae Wild South's range of classical varietal wines continues to capture the spirit and character of Marlborough. Each of the wines reflect winemaker Christie Brown's passion for cool
                 climate winemaking by maximising varietal expression and complexity at the same time as over delivering on quality and value. The winery's estate vineyards, situated in the lower reaches of
                 the Waihopai Valley, also play an important role in creating wines that capture the essence of Marlborough, with stony, fast draining alluvial soils; hot sunny days and cool dry nights.
                 A rich earthy bouquet is balanced by nuances of spice, cherry stone and blackberry. Weighty balanced tannins lead to a concentrated finish of bramble and dried herbs. A persistant wine
                 with cellaring potental of 4-5 years.

White Wine       CAIRNBRAE Sauvignon Blanc 'Wild South' 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £8.95
                 Cairnbrae Wild South's range of classical varietal wines continues to capture the spirit and character of Marlborough. Each of the wines reflect winemaker Christie Brown's passion for cool
                 climate winemaking by maximising varietal expression and complexity at the same time as over delivering on quality and value.
                 The Sauvignon Blanc is a fantastic example of the Marlborough style, with the intense aromatic aromas, liveley acidity and mineral textures for which this region is renowned.This wine has a
                 pale straw colour and a bouquet of lifted aromas of ripe gooseberry and passion fruit with hints of citrus. On the palate the wine is full bodied and aromatic with ripe tropical flavours,
                 classic Sauvignon expression and balanced acidity.Wild South is the new star on the international wine stage.

Red Wine         CLOS HENRI Pinot Noir 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £17.95
                 The natural , unspoiled land that Clos Henri sits upon drew the attention and admiration of the Bourgeois family who have been farming in Sancerre for ten generations.
                 The Clos Henri Pinot Noir expresses generous delicate plum and cherry aromas, with a hint of cinnamon and clove on the nose. This vintage reveals pleasant flinty notes. Its roundness in
                 the mouth provokes delicious sensations. If you are patient enough to age it for a few years before tasting, you will be rewarded and delighted by its beautiful balance.

White Wine       CLOUDY BAY Sauvignon Blanc 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £17.95
White Wine       ISABEL ESTATE Chardonnay 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £13.45
                 A wine that combines floral, white peach and citrus zest characters, with a touch of savoury smokiness once allowed to open up in the glass. The palate is tight, delicate and minerally, with
                 great length and intensity. This wine will accompany a variety of foods, and the complexity and style should make this a wine that invites discussion.




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                 South, Marlborough
Red Wine         ISABEL ESTATE Pinot Noir 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £16.45
                 WINEMAKERS NOTES - 'There is a complexity of fruit aromas that is derived from the variation in clonal material. The predominant aromas are of black cherries, violets, plums, and an
                 anise spiced oak. The palate is generous with fleshy up-front fruit, savoury, gamey mid-palate, and a firm fine-grained tannin finish. A well structured wine that will go down a treat with wild
                 duck or venison dishes.'

White Wine       ISABEL ESTATE Riesling 2003/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £11.25
                 WINEMAKER'S NOTES - 'Once the cork is pulled, you can't miss the intense floral and perfumed aromas of this wine, as well as lime and spice which display true Riesling character. There is
                 great intensity on the nose and palate, with a rich textural mouth feel, fresh acidity and a long finish. A touch of residual sugar acts as a foil for the acid, and partial lees aging add complexity
                 and length. Great with seafood, try it with some oysters or fresh fish.'

White Wine       ISABEL ESTATE Sauvignon Blanc 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £11.25
                 Wine Maker's Comments 'Fragrant, fine and delicate Sauvignon, the nose exhibits subtle intensity of passion fruit, fresh snow pea, honey and fresh cut grass, as well as exotic fruits such as
                 lychee and pineapple. Exquisitely soft texture, the palate is round, length balanced with unexpectedly crisp acidity and mineral character. A salmon and feta entrée would complement this
                 Sauvignon Blanc well.'
                 Decanter Wine Magazine July 2006 awarded the 2005 vintage a good to excellent, highly recommended **** rating.

Sparkling Wine   KIM CRAWFORD Brut Sparkling 'Rory' N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £8.95
White Wine       KIM CRAWFORD Pinot Gris 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £9.35
                 Pale straw in colour with hints of green. Butterscotch and apple aromas coupled with a hint of citrus. Rich, ripe full palate with peach and honey notes. A full bodied fruit based palate with
                 a touch of richness adding flesh and weight to the wine. Fresh and clean on the finish.

Red Wine         KIM CRAWFORD Pinot Noir 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £8.95
                 Kim Crawford Pinot Noir has perfumes of black cherries and red currants on the nose, with hints of smoke and a little oak. On the palate, the juicy, cherryish fruit is to the fore, with ripe,
                 soft tannins and a clean, succulent finish. It is perhaps less juicy than the 2005, but certainly more classic.

White Wine       KIM CRAWFORD Sauvignon Blanc 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £8.95
                 Selected grapes from various low yielding vineyards in the Wairau, Brancott, Waihoepai and Awatere valleys produce this wine that possesses a pale straw colour with touches of green and
                 classic Sauvignon Blanc characters of gooseberry, passion fruit, figs and a touch of herbaceousness on the nose. These aromas follow on to the palate and the wine is mouth filling with good
                 texture and finishes well with crisp acidity and great length. A classic Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc from a good vintage. A wine to drink now and, with careful cellaring, will last up to five
                 years. Drink this wine as an aperitif or with asparagus, oysters and summer salads.

White Wine       KIM CRAWFORD Unoaked Chardonnay 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £8.95
                 Kim's Unoaked Chardonnay is still the benchmark for this style in New Zealand. The 2006 Marlborough Unoaked Chardonnay has a pale straw colour with touches of green and gold. On
                 the nose lifted stone fruit combines with butterscotch, and on the palate tropical fruits abound with a full and rich mouthfeel. Good fruit weight and length is balanced nicely with firm
                 acidity.

Red Wine         MONTANA Cabernet/Merlot 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £6.45
                 A vibrant wine with aromatic, intense fruit flavours of blackcurrant and raspberry as well as hints of cedar, vanilla and coffee. The palate is rich and full with a soft and smooth finish. A
                 smooth, refined red wine. Extended barrel maturation in new and seasoned French and American oak barriques helps to further mellow the wine.

White Wine       MONTANA Sauvignon Blanc 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £6.75
                 Ripe capsicum aromas dominate, with hints of passionfruit. The palate has rich fruit intensity with a crisp finish. Grapes are harvested from Montana's renowned Brancott Estate in
                 Marlborough and are produced in a consistent, definitive Marlborough style.

White Wine       MONTANA Unoaked Chardonnay 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £6.45
                 New Zealand's classic Chardonnay displays aromas of pineapple, peach and grapefruit, complemented with light toasty oak. The palate is mouth-wateringly full with a lingering finish. A
                 portion (about 20%, depending on vintage) of the wine undergoes oak ageing to impart a light oak flavour.

White Wine       SPY VALLEY Sauvignon Blanc 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £8.25
                 Made from 100% Sauvignon Blanc grapes by Wine Maker Ant Mackenzie this fantastic wine has a pale green colour and a pungent bouquet of passionfruit and grapefruit aromas with a
                 complex lees note underlying. On the palate it has generous fruit flavours and enhanced textures through lees aging have given this wine great interest across the palate. Generously
                 proportioned with passion fruit and melon. The solid texture is kept in balance by vibrant fruit acidity.
                 Press Quote "This is hugely popular, it's a classic Marlborough Sauvignon full of passionfruit and grapefruit, with lovely acidity. Perfect with Sea Bass." Richard Franklin,Daily Telegraph

White Wine       STOP BANKS Sauvignon Blanc 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £7.65
                 Marlborough has an exceptional climate for the production of aromatic grapes. It has a massive diurnal range, and has the longest growing season of any vineyard region in the world. The
                 humidity is very low, which is rare in cool climates, and it has reliable winds. The combination of these factors results in fully ripe Sauvignon Blanc, with intense expression of the variety and
                 an almost complete absence of botrytis.
                 This wine has intense, lifted aromas of passion fruit, complemented wonderfully by ripe gooseberry, herbal notes and a touch of lime. A light bodied, dry, crisp wine with powerful passion
                 fruit and underlying lime and herbal tones. Mouth-watering acidity is balanced by a rich yet elegant palate and leads to a long lingering finish.

White Wine       TINPOT HUT Sauvignon Blanc 2006/7 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £8.65
                 Winemaker Fiona Turner has worked with Matt Thomson on many of the most successful wines made in Marlborough. The tinpot hut that gave its name to Fiona's brand is an old mustering
                 hut in the remote hills between the Wairau and Awatere Valleys. These huts were used as a base for musterers, who were responsible for rounding up the sheep that had been in the hills
                 from spring to autumn and bringing them down to the low paddocks for the winter.

                 The wine has lovely depth and intensity and a Sauvignon pungency that is leavened by an attractive mineral character on both the nose and palate.

White Wine       WAIPARA HILLS Gewurztraminer 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £9.25
                 Made from low-cropping grapes grown at the d'Auvergne vineyard in Marlborough this medium style wine displays intense aromas of crushed rose petals, lychees and turkish delight. It has a
                 full-bodied, oily palate with a soft finish. This wine can be enjoyed on its own or with many Asian dishes.

White Wine       WAIPARA HILLS Sauvignon Blanc 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £8.95
                 This wine shows intense gooseberry and redcurrant aromas with the distinctive nettly and herbaceous elements so prevalent in premium Marlborough Sauvignons. The palate is loaded with
                 rich fruit yet finishes crisp and dry with a persistent balanced finish. An outstanding partner wo a wide range of foods.
                 Decanter Wine Magazine July 2006 awarded the 2005 vintage a good to excellent, highly recommended **** rating.

Red Wine         WITHER HILLS Pinot Noir 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £16.95
                 Brent Marris and Ben Glover (who leads a dedicated team of Pinot specialists at Wither Hills) have done it again, with this silky smooth, rich 2005 that is nothing short of decadent. Ripe,
                 juicy red berry fruit is a given with Wither Hills but what really helps this wine stand out from the crowd is the careful use of oak. Just enough to spice things up and add some hedonistic
                 chocolaty notes but without diminishing any of the fruit. Top job.
                 Put simply, Wither Hills are among the very best producers in New Zealand.

White Wine       WITHER HILLS Sauvignon Blanc 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £8.95
                 This vibrant, classic wine presents a brilliant lemon-lime colour. Distinctive herbaceous and gooseberry aromas support a wonderfully balanced palate, presenting purity of ripe fruit, coupled
                 with a lingering harmonious finish. The seamlessness of this wine is driven by the exceptional flavours, providing elegance rarely seen with this variety.
                 DAILY MAIL (January 2006) Matthew Jukes “This is one of only four wines that have made the Top 250 of my bestselling guide, The Wine List, every year since the inaugural edition back in
                 2001. And do you know what? Every year it gets better...this sauvignon is one of the finest-value white wines on the planet.”
                 2005 Sydney International Wine Competition 2005 - GOLD MEDAL




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                                                                                            Port

             POCAS Vintage Character / Special Ruby Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £9.95
             Rich, concentrated prunes lead to a voluptuous mouthful with a sweet, cassis fruit finish.
             INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE - "Fortified Winemaker of the Year 2001"
             VINALIES D'OR (Paris) - "PRIX D'EXCELLENCE"
             INTERNATIONAL WINE & SPIRIT CHALLENGE "Silver Medal"

             QUINTA DE LA ROSA Finest Reserve n.v. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £11.45
             A Vintage Character style blended port of great quality and complexity. Showing beautiful deep ruby colour with plenty of forward fruit, full bodied with a long dry finish. La Rosa's flagship
             blend to accompany dessert or cheese.
             THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker 92 points - 'Quinta de la Rosa's Finest Reserve Port is a stunning example of what can be achieved and found in non-vintage port blends. This small
             port lodge has turned out a terrific, full bodied, garnet/ruby colored wine with a big, chocolatey, black cherry, cedary nose, full-bodied unctuously textured flavors, and gobs of fruit and
             richness, as well as an off-dry, impressive finish. Drink it over the next decade or more'
             DECANTER MAGAZINE *** - 'Good, deep colour with good, fresh ripe fruit on the nose. Pure berry-fruit flavors on the palate backed by spicy tannins - Recommended 3 stars'
             ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £5.95


             Late-Bottled-Vintage
             NIEPOORT L.B.V. 2000/2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                      £13.35
             A 'Late-Bottled Vintage Port', variously quoted as being "better then many shippers' declared vintages" and "the most traditional of traditional LBV's". Although Dirk devotes much time and
             energy to this wine, not very much is ever made: only top-quality fruit is used, it is not filtered, and it is bottled in the 4th year. The results can last for decades, but rarely do! This IS LBV
             for Vintage Port drinkers.
             WINESPECTATOR.COM - 'A harmonious and delicate LBV. Shows a touch of class, with aromas of berry, violet and spice. Medium-bodied and medium-sweet, with a long, caressing
             aftertaste. Drink now. (2,500 cases produced.)'
             ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Magnum £6.95

             POCAS L.B.V. 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                              £11.95
             Manoel Domingues Pocas Junior founded this highly respected Portuguese Port house in 1918. The company was intitially a producer of brandy used in the production of Port wine,
             however it progressed to produce its own Ports. It wasn't until 1960 that the first vintage was produced with the family's trademark. The house still remains in the hands of the founding
             family, managed today by Manuel Joaquim Pocas Pintao, and specializing in Colheitas - vintage tawny Ports. This is a soft endearing wine with an upfront fruitiness offering ripe, berry cassis
             over an impressive structure.

             QUINTA DE LA ROSA L.B.V. 1997 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £12.95
             LBV port is bottled two to four years after Vintage Port to provide a top flight port which may be drunk earlier. Quinta de la Rosa's 1998 LBV, bottled in autumn 2002, is deep coloured
             and well structured with hints of berry fruits. It is a 'traditional' LBV which has been bottled straight from the tonel without filtering or fining. It may throw a sediment and if so can be
             decanted.



             Ruby
             NIEPOORT Ruby n.v. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                £9.65
             This is a mellow, aged style, and a great introduction to the range. It echoes the principle that Niepoort make 'Fine wines which happen to be fortified' by not pandering to jamminess and
             the spirity skeleton. A young red port giving a round, fruity & youthful wine with rich, chocolaty flavours and hints of raisins and preserves.



             Tawny
             NIEPOORT Tawny '10 Year Old' Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £23.95
             This Port has amazing aromas of orange and lemon peel, with hints of toffee, caramel and honey. Full-bodied and luscious, with lots of sweet fruit and a long, subtle finish that goes on and
             on. A benchmark for 10-year-old tawnies. 95 points, The Wine Spectator.

             NIEPOORT Tawny '20 Year Old' Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £40.95
             The firm of Niepoort is frequently quoted as being the 'Masters of Tawny Port'; from the harmonious simplicity of Niepoort Tawny, to the renowned quality of the 20 year old, and the
             exquisite 30 year old, there is complexity and elegance to be found at every level. This has a classic, rich fruit cake array of aromas, complemented with cloves and nutmeg. It is rich and
             luscious with flavours of honey, truffle and caramel. Great integration and depth, finishing with hints of dry smoky wood. Incredibly sweet and unctuous. You won’t be able to put it down.

             NIEPOORT Tawny 'Senior' Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £13.95
             The firm of Niepoort is frequently quoted as being the 'Masters of Tawny Port'; from the harmonious simplicity of Niepoort Tawny, to the renowned quality of the 20 year old, and the
             exquisite 30 year old, there is complexity and elegance to be found at every level. Blend of wood-aged Ports, 5-6 years old. Caramel and coffee aromas. Smooth, round and sweet. Drink
             now.

             NIEPOORT Tawny Colheita 1994 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £26.95
             Colheita Ports are Tawny Ports from a single vintage, aged in wood for at least seven years before being bottled. The Colheita Port is wonderful on its own at the end of a meal or on a cold
             winter afternoon in front of an open fireplace.
             The 1990’s were an exceptional decade for vintage Ports, with 1991, 1992, 1994 and 1997 all producing outstanding wines.
             Red in appearance with good depth of colour,retaining the freshness of a great 1994, with the aroma and palate well integrated with a light rancio character from ageing in small wooden
             casks. Very balanced with notes of dried fruits along with a spirity finish.

             NIEPOORT Tawny n.v. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                               £9.65
             The firm of Niepoort is frequently quoted as being the 'Masters of Tawny Port'; from the harmonious simplicity of Niepoort Tawny, to the renowned quality of the 20 year old, and the
             exquisite 30 year old, there is complexity and elegance to be found at every level. Blend of young red ports, 2-3 years old. Fruity & youthful, chocolatey flavours.

             POCAS Colheita 1970 Port Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £46.95
             Dark in colour with a richer, sweeter palate. A delicious and decadent explosion of thick, sweet hazlenuts. Classic Colheita...
             INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE - "Fortified Winemaker of the Year 2001"
             INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE - "Gold Medal"

             POCAS Tawny Port 10 Year Old Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £14.95
             This wine exhibits plenty of vibrant fruitiness with a long and elegant palate, boosted by nutty characteristics. Delicious with a mild cigar!
             INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE - "Fortified Winemaker of the Year 2001"
             CHALLENGE INTERNATIONALE DU VIN - "Bronze Medal"
             CONCOURS MONDIAL BRUXELLES "Silver Medal"
             DECANTER MAGAZINE "Recommended ***"
             SELECTIONS MONDIALES (Montreal) - "Gold Medal"

             QUINTA DE LA ROSA Tawny '10 Yr' Tonel 12 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £19.95
             La Rosa's Ten Year Old Tawny is a blend of fine old ports matured in a small oak casks, located in the Quinta's lodge. It is a rich and elegant blend with wonderful aromas exuding the heat
             of the Douro. On the palate it is complex with powerful dried fruit, a nutty make up and a long pleasing finish. Quantities of this "old lady port" are limited as the Bergqvists build and
             develop this blend. It should be consumed within 2 to 3 years of bottling.



             Vintage
             1963 COCKBURN'S Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                £94.95
             The colour is red with slight amber/brick on the edge. The nose offers spicy plum, black pepper, cool menthol/mint, then flavors of chewy nougat packed with roasted nuts and jammy fruit
             pieces, praline, cocoa and chocolate covered cherry in the still rather dry finish. Tea, citrus, richness and gorgeous fruit are found in this still young tasting wine.

             1963 CROFT Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                     £97.95
             1963 QUINTA DO NOVAL Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                           £94.95


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             Vintage
             1963 TAYLOR FLADGATE Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                           £175.00
             THE WINE ADVOCATE (Robert Parker) 95 points

             1963 WARRE'S Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                   £114.95
             'This house makes rather restrained yet rich, flavorful vintage port and a very good tawny called Nimrod. Their vintage ports seem slow to develop, and while they never quite have the
             voluptuous richness of a Dow, Graham, or Fonseca, they have a unique mineral-scented character that gives them their own complexity and style. The 1963 is very, very good and now fully
             mature.'

             1970 DOW'S Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                      £79.95
             James Suckling, Vintage Port, Published 1990 - 94 Points 'A classic vintage Port, both fleshy and firm on the palate. Medium to deep ruby, with a fresh strawberry nose, full-bodied, with
             focused fruit flavors, medium tannins and a long finish'.
             Decanter Magazine, November 1998 ***** Rating - Out of 21 wines tasted only Dow’s 1970 Vintage achieved the highest Five Star
             Serena Sutcliffe,MW January 1999 'Dow’s 1970 is also an absolute stunner, with a huge future and perfect bodywork'.
             James Suckling, The Wine Spectator, December 1999 - 94 Points “I have always been a fan of this fine and well-made Port. Truly balanced in character, with focused flowers, spice and
             cherry. Full-bodied, with a sweet palate and a fine texture'.

             1970 FONSECA Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                    £99.95
             Over the last 40 years Fonseca has probably been the top Port house, and this is one of its most notable successes. Typically long-lived, the 1970 is only just beginning its plateau of maturity,
             but already the sheer opulence of its smoky black fruit and silky texture is proving hard to resist. Drink now-2020.
             THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker 93 points 'Fonseca is one of the great port lodges, producing the most exotic and most complex port. If Fonseca lacks the sheer weight and power
             of a Taylor, Dow or Warre, or the opulent sweetness and intensity of a Graham, it excels in its magnificently complex, intense bouquet of plummy, cedary, spicy fruit and long, broad,
             expansive flavors. With its lush, seductive character, one might call it the Pomerol of Vintage ports...'

             1970 GRAHAM'S Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                   £99.95
             ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'Graham is another great port house, producing one of the deepest-colored and sweetest styles of vintage port. Along with Taylor and Fonseca, Graham has
             probably been the most consistent producer of great port in the post- World War II era. Their tawnys are quite good rather than exceptional, but their vintage ports are truly sublime and
             sumptuous. Graham is the undisputed star and kingpin of the 1985 vintage ports. Yes, it is made in a sweeter style than the other ports, but it is a fabulous wine because of a dazzling level of
             black-cherry fruit, an enormous structure, and staggering depth, dimension, and length. It is forward, as are all 1985s, and I would speculate that this port will be approaching maturity by
             1992-93 and will keep 15-20 years thereafter.'

             1970 QUINTA DO NOVAL Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                            £79.95
             1970 TAYLOR FLADGATE Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                            £99.95
             Deep brick red colour; fading and slightly browning at the edges. A ripe, mature fruit nose. Nicely balanced aromas of caramel, spice, raisin, prune. An opulent, plump, heady wine. Rich,
             rounded palate with an excellent balance of fruit. Lovely complexity and depth with flavours of fig, prune, raisin and chocolate. Drinking well now -2015.
             THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker 96 points 'This house must certainly be the Latour of Portugal. Their ports are remarkably backward yet still impressive when young. Of all the
             vintage ports, those of Taylor need the longest time to mature and even when fully mature seem to have an inner strength and firmness that keep them going for decades. Their tawnys are
             also among the very best, though somewhat expensive....'

             1977 CROFT Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                      £52.95
             Croft seems to do surprisingly well, often rivaling the top ports, in the less glamorous vintages such as 1975 and 1966. Both the 1975 and 1977 are rich, creamy, intense ports that should be
             fully mature.

             1977 FONSECA Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                   £119.95
             THE WINE ADVOCATE Robert Parker 93 points - 'Fonseca is one of the great port lodges, producing the most exotic and most complex port. If Fonseca lacks the sheer weight and power
             of a Taylor, Dow or Warre, or the opulent sweetness and intensity of a Graham, it excels in its magnificently complex, intense bouquet of plummy, cedary, spicy fruit and long, broad,
             expansive flavors. With its lush, seductive character, one might call it the Pomerol of Vintage ports. When it is young, it often loses out in blind tastings to the heavier, weightier, more
             tannic wines, but I always find myself upgrading my opinion of Fonseca after it has had 7-10 years of age. The 1977 has developed magnificently in the bottle, and while it clearly needs
             another decade to reach its summit, it is the best Fonseca since the 1970 and 1963.'

             1977 GRAHAM'S Bottle - NEW STOCK (G)                                                                                                                                                       £86.95
             THE WINE ADVOCATE (Robert Parker ) 93 points - 'Graham is another great port house, producing one of the deepest-colored and sweetest styles of vintage port. Along with Taylor and
             Fonseca, Graham has probably been the most consistent producer of great port in the post- World War II era. Their tawnys are quite good rather than exceptional, but their vintage ports
             are truly sublime and sumptuous.'

             1977 WARRE'S Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                    £79.95
             THE WINE ADVOCATE (Robert Parker) 92 points - 'This house makes rather restrained yet rich, flavorful vintage port and a very good tawny called Nimrod. Their vintage ports seem
             slow to develop, and while they never quite have the voluptuous richness of a Dow, Graham, or Fonseca, they have a unique mineral-scented character that gives them their own complexity
             and style. The 1977 is quite powerful, very deep and intense, particularly for Warre.'

             1980 TAYLOR FLADGATE Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                            £49.95
             THE WINE ADVOCATE (Robert Parker) 89 points

             1983 DOW'S Bottle - NEW (G)                                                                                                                                                                £52.95
             ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 90 points 'This is an extraordinary house that seems to have been particularly successful with its vintage port since 1977.The 1983 is rich,
             concentrated, very fruity, and magnificently perfumed...'

             1983 FONSECA Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                    £56.95
             ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 92 points 'Fonseca is one of the great port lodges, producing the most exotic and most complex port. If Fonseca lacks the sheer weight and power of
             a Taylor, Dow or Warre, or the opulent sweetness and intensity of a Graham, it excels in its magnificently complex, intense bouquet of plummy, cedary, spicy fruit and long, broad,
             expansive flavors. With its lush, seductive character, one might call it the Pomerol of Vintage ports...The 1983 is magnificently scented, full-bodied, creamy, rather forward, but showing great
             length and character.'

             1983 GRAHAM'S Bottle - NEW (G)                                                                                                                                                             £56.95
             ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 92 points 'Graham is another great port house, producing one of the deepest-colored and sweetest styles of vintage port. Along with Taylor and
             Fonseca, Graham has probably been the most consistent producer of great port in the post- World War II era. The 1983, like most vintage ports, seems more forward than normal but has
             a great depth of very ripe, viscous, unctuous, plummy, tarry fruit and significant tannin in its long finish. It...is certainly one of the top two or three ports of this vintage, and better than the
             excellent 1980.'

             1983 QUARLES HARRIS Bottle - NEW (G)                                                                                                                                                       £34.95
             1983 WARRE'S Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                    £49.95
             ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 90 points 'The 1983 is richly perfumed and fragrant, which is so typical of the ports from this vintage, and is seemingly more forward than normal.'

             1994 TAYLOR FLADGATE Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                            £99.95
             THE WINE ADVOCATE (Robert Parker) 97 points - 'When tasting young vintage ports, Taylor is always the most backward. Yet potentially, it has the capability to be the most majestic.
             This classically made, opaque purple-colored wine is crammed with black fruits (blueberries and cassis). It reveals high tannin and a reserved style, but it is enormously constituted with
             massive body, a formidable mid-palate, and exceptional length. It is a young, rich, powerful Taylor that will require 10-15 years of aging. Compared to the more flashy, forward style of the
             1992, the 1994 has more in common with such vintages as 1977 and 1970. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2045.'

             1994 WARRES Bottle - NEW (G)                                                                                                                                                               £35.95
             ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 94 points 'One of the finest Warres I have ever tasted, this opaque purple-colored wine is made in a drier style (a la Dow), yet it is expressive,
             extremely full-bodied, with superb richness, purity, and well-integrated alcohol and tannin. It possesses a great mid-palate as well as impressive length. Tasters should take note of the wealth
             of peppery, licorice-scented and flavored raspberry and blackcurrant fruit. Look for it to be ready to drink in 10-12 years, and keep for 30+. This is a profound example of Warre vintage
             port.'

             1997 FONSECA Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                    £46.95
             THE WINE ADVOCATE (Robert Parker) 97 points - 'Somewhat of a lightweight for Fonseca, but undeniably charming, this dark ruby/purple-colored wine offers a floral, exotic, flamboyant
             bouquet, a sweet, fleshy style, but not a great deal of weight or massiveness. Heady alcohol, sweet tannin, and a velvety texture make for a gorgeous finish. While I would have preferred to
             have seen more weight, structure, and intensity, this is an outstanding, albeit lighter than normal Fonseca. Anticipated maturity: now-2020.'




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             Vintage
             1997 GRAHAM'S Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                 £49.95
             THE WINE ADVOCATE (Robert Parker ) 93 points - 'Blackberries, licorice, and melted asphalt stand out in this full-bodied, beautifully made vintage port's moderately intense bouquet. It is
             not one of the great Graham's ports, and is less sweet than normal, but it is full-bodied, rich, concentrated, and impressive. Anticipated maturity: 2004-2025.'

             1997 NIEPOORT Quinta do Passadouro Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £34.95
             1997 POCAS Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                    £29.95
             A ripe and raisiny Port with a solid core of fruit and tannins. Medium-sweet, with good grip on the finish.
             INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE - "Port Trophy 2001"
             INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE - "Fortified Winemaker of the Year 2001"
             INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE - "Gold Medal"
             DECANTER MAGAZINE "Recommended ***"

             1999 NIEPOORT Quinta do Passadouro Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £29.95
             This is probably Passadouro’s best effort, yet in a not "fully declared" year. The hallmarks remain, with sumptious ripe fruit and silky tanins. Will be drinking between 2009 and 2019. First
             produced in 1992 when it was highly acclaimed by Robert Parker, the current vintages are 1999 and 2000. 100% foot trodden and fermented in lagares without destemming. Production
             hovers at around 1000 cases per declaration.

             1999 NIEPOORT Secundum Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £33.95
             It’s not a second wine, but instead an alternative, slightly more affordable bottling for Niepoort fans who can’t afford or obtain the regular Vintage Port. It’s a proper Vintage Port, but from
             wines considered not classic enough to be a Vintage Niepoort, and it could be declared in any year: 1999 is the inaugural vintage. Another impressive number from that Dream Team at
             Niepoort. The 1999 vindima gave rise to some very well structure Ports with almost ideal ripeness. It has not been a "fully declared" year but small parcels of top quality Vintage Port will be
             bottled by most shippers. Secundum 99 is one of these combining the power and the finesse. The fruit is seductive and the flavours inticing, with a firm but fine structure. One that could be
             enjoyed now but will also keep well beyond 2020. It is a must for Vintage Port buyers and represents great value.

             1999 QUINTA DE LA ROSA Val do Inferno Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £30.95
             For the first time La Rosa bottled a limited quantity of vintage port from their oldest vineyard, Vale do Inferno. The Vale do Inferno vineyard boasts some of the highest dry stone terrace
             walls in the Douro, towering up to 6 metres high. It has mixed planting of Touriga Nacional, Touriga Francesa, Tinta Barroca, Tinta Roriz and Tinta Amarela. Fortunately the weather was
             relatively kind, whilst the summer was hot, the weather broke much earlier than normal due to the remnants of Hurricane Floyd.The port was stored in a large oak cask, Tonel 8, for two
             years before bottling. Very concentrated fruit has resulted in a powerful Vintage port with deep berry flavours.
             INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE - 2002 - Gold Medal
             DECANTER MAGAZINE 2003 - *** Recommended

             2000 DOW'S Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                    £39.95
             THE WINE ADVOCATE (Robert Parker ) 94 points - 'An opaque blue/purple color (typical of this vintage's top offerings) is followed by a strikingly provocative aromatic display (flowers,
             licorice, blackberries, and cassis). This firmly-structured, classic, tightly-knit, restrained port exhibits brilliant purity as well as impressive intensity. While not the most dramatic or
             flamboyant, it is a beautiful, classically structured port that will age gracefully. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2030.'

             2000 NIEPOORT Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                 £59.95
             Dirk Niepoort has used the exceptional potential of 2000 to recreate the style of the legendary ports produced by his grandfather in the 1940's and 1950's. Very little Niepoort 2000 will be
             made, as a result of not only the tiny yields from ancient vines but Dirk's strictes selection he has ever practised. 'A definite candidate for wine of the vintage. A brooding, velvety nose with
             hints of violets is followed by an intensely sweet, yet fresh, ultra-rich palate with mineral hints. This is exquisitely balanced with layers of flavour supported by ripe tannins and an extremely
             long finish. Drink 2010-2035'
             WINES & SPIRITS MAGAZINE 93 points
             DECANTER ***** (5 Stars)
             WINE SPECTATOR 94 points/100

             2000 NIEPOORT Quinta do Passadouro Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £32.95
             The Pinhao Valley property of Quinta do Passadouro makes quite different ports to those under the Niepoort label, due to the very particular terroir found there. The stamp of Dirk
             Niepoort is unmistakable though and since the first Vintage in 1992, Quinta do Passadouro enjoys a loyal following all of its own. 'From the charismatic Dirk Niepoort this supple Port is
             surprisingly approachable. A sweet, fruity nose with hints of liquorice is complemented by a ripe, spicy palate of blackberry and prunes. Drink 2008-2020'
             WINES & SPIRITS MAGAZINE - 93 points

             2000 NIEPOORT Secundum Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £43.95
             WINE SPECTATOR 91 points/100 - 'Vibrant and clear aromas of crushed berries anf flowers. Full-bodied, lightly sweet, with firm, yet refined tannins and a long finish. Subtle young Port.
             Best sfter 2010'
             THE WINE ADVOCATE 90 points (OCT 02) - The 2000 Secundum exhibits the most saturated purple color as well as the greatest depth and volume. While more backward and less
             charming than the Broadbent, and less obviously fruity than the Passadouro, it is the most complete port of this trio with outstanding density, high tannin, a big, beefy, chewy style, and
             considerable length. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2020.'

             2000 QUINTA DE LA ROSA Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £29.95
             TASTING NOTES: The Vintage 2000 port shows great promise. When cask samples were tasted in April, the port appeared to still be very young and vibrant with plenty of concentrated
             fruit. The Vintage port is elegant in style with a slightly drier finish in keeping with all La Rosa ports. It will age well and should be drunk after 15 years or more but, for those who like to
             drink their Vintage ports young, will also be approachable after 5 years.
             WINE ENTHUSIAST (SEPT 2002) - Port 2000 Collectors' Item a great Vintage is born ' 89-92 Points - Quinta de la Rosa - A deliciously sweet, ripe wine with flavors of crushed strawberries
             and raisins. But there is also good tannin structure and a concentrated dry structure that suggests aging potential.'
             WINE SPECTATOR 92 points - 'Best Vintage Port ever made here. Really raisiny, yet fresh and floral at the same time. Full-bodied and super smooth, with fine tannins and a long, medium
             sweet finish. Sleek young Port. Better than the barrel sample. Best after 2010'
             INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2002 - Bronze Medal

             2003 CROFT Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                    £36.95
             ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 93 points 'The 2003 Croft Vintage Port reveals an opaque, black-colored core with notes of dark ruby on the rim. Its gorgeously creamy, profound
             nose displays sweet dark cherries, black plums, pepper, raisin jam, and blueberries. Thick, satin-textured, and immensely rich, this opulent yet elegant wine is engagingly warm, concentrated,
             and harmonious. Copious quantities of plums, black cherries, jammy blackberries and spices are found throughout its personality as well as in its prolonged, spirit-tinged, finish. Projected
             maturity: 2020-2045.'

             2003 FONSECA Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                  £44.95
             ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 96 points 'Sporting an opaque, black-colored robe with dark purple trim, the 2003 Fonseca Vintage Port exhibits a nose of profound depth. Its sweet
             black mass of dark fruit and spice aromas leads to a character of immense depth, richness, and weight. Full-bodied, viscous, and almost impenetrable, this dense, backward port is powerful
             and exceptionally long in the finish. Possibly the most masculine Fonseca I’ve ever encountered, it coats the taster’s palate with licorice, jammy black fruits, and notes of chocolate that last
             for over a minute. This blockbuster will require at least three decades to fully blossom. Anticipated maturity: 2035-2060.'

             2003 GRAHAM'S Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                 £42.95
             ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 95 points 'Violets, roses, spices, and candied dark fruits emanate from the glass of the murky black/purple colored 2003 Graham Vintage Port. After
             four days of air, this wine’s aromatics sweetened further, displaying jammy blackberry and blueberry scents. Bold, full-bodied, and expansive, the Graham benefited the most from extensive
             contact with air of all the 2003s tasted for this report. This opulently jammy wine assaults the palate with powerful yet soft layers of oily, candied red fruits as well as notes of tar and hints
             of mocha. A highly concentrated effort, it is creamy textured, suave, and reveals an admirably long finish filled with additional layers of dark fruits intermingled with spices. Projected
             maturity: 2030-2055.'

             2003 NIEPOORT Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                 £54.95
             THE WINE SPECTATOR James Suckling (APRIL 2005) 95/100 points - This is wonderful, with fabulous aromas of crushed blueberries and blackberries. It's full-bodied, medium-sweet and
             seductively silky. It goes on and on on the palate. 3,330 cases made.'
             THE WINE ANORAK James Goode (2005) 97/100 points - 'Quite structured and dense. The spicy nose shows rich fruit. The palate is dense and spicy with a wonderful tannic structure. A
             massive wine: structured and dense with lovely purity of fruit. Very serious. Excellent.' - Niepoort scores 97/100 (only being beaten, credit where it’s due, by Noval Nacional with 98/100).

             2003 NIEPOORT Secundum Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £34.95
             THE WINE ANORAK James Goode (2005) 93/100 points - 'Quite tarry, sweet and spicy on the nose. It’s almost showy. The palate is very sweet and spicy with a tarry, spicy structure. Lots
             of character here: this is already quite accessible and full of interest. Very good/excellent.'




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             Vintage
             2003 TAYLOR FLADGATE Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £46.95
             ROBERT PARKER The Wine Advocate 93 points 'The 2003 Taylor Fladgate Vintage Port improved each time I raised it to my nose or mouth. It displays a black color and a salty,
             graphite-laced nose packed with sweet black fruits that is reminiscent of a stellar vintage of Chateau Latour. With air, notes of molasses, burnt sugar, spices, and jammy plums emanate from
             the glass. Full-bodied, hugely dense, immensely rich, as well as thick, this behemoth is also amazingly balanced and harmonious. Raisins, molasses, licorice, black cherries, plums, and a
             distinctive note of violets are found in its complex, seamless character. Its interminable finish reveals additional notes of chocolate, kirsch, red as well as black currants, dark cherries, and
             rose blossoms. Armed with exceptional power, depth, and purity, this Taylor will proudly stand shoulder to shoulder with the finest ever crafted by the Fladgate Partnership. Projected
             maturity: 2035-2060.'

             2005 NIEPOORT Vintage Port Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                    £44.95
             2005 NIEPOORT Vintage Port Half Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                               £23.95
             2005 NIEPOORT Vintage Port Magnum - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                    £99.95


             White
             NIEPOORT White Port N.V. Dry Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £9.95
             Intense butterscotch, nuts and honey aromas. Good nutty and rich flavours.

             NIEPOORT White Port n.v. Sweet Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £9.95
             Fresh grapey nose with a delicate hint of spirit. Sweet and luscious.

             QUINTA DE LA ROSA Dry White Port n.v. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £9.95
             La Rosa proudly presents a new style of White Aperitif port. A beautiful amber/honey colour, the grapes are lightly trodden to give its distinctive golden colour and full fruit before the free
             run juice is fermented and fortified at 7 Beaume. Made from Codega and Malvasia Fina grapes this is a first class aperitif wine, showing excellent fruit on the palate, tropical fruits especially
             pineapple, but at the same time has a long dry finish. It should be served slightly chilled and is also a good compliment to rich pates and fois gras.




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                                                                                         Portugal
Madeira        3 YEAR OLD MADEIRA 'Full Rich' Henriques & Henriques Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £8.25
               A dark, full bodied, very fruity, luscious, fragrant and very rich sipping wine. It is to be savoured as a dessert wine, with rich foods, chocolate, petits fours, with coffee and as a digestive.

Madeira        3 YEAR OLD MADEIRA 'Medium Dry' Henriques & Henriques Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £8.25
               A golden, medium dry wine. An aperitif or an ideal accompaniment for consommés, pâtés, particularly pâté de foie gras, cheeses or cakes. A very good all purpose wine.

Madeira        3 YEAR OLD MADEIRA 'Medium Rich' Henriques & Henriques Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £8.25
               A medium dark, rich and fruity wine, lighter than Full Rich and Malmsey or Port, but full bodied and very fragrant. Delicious as a dessert wine or with such fruits as peaches, pineapple or
               fruit salads, chocolate, rich cakes and indeed with fresh strong cheeses such as Roquefort or Stilton and other savouries, with coffee and as a digestive.

Madeira        3 YEAR OLD MADEIRA 'Special Dry' Henriques & Henriques Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £8.25
               A pale light bodied wine with a distinctive nutty nose. An excellent aperitif, which can also be enjoyed chilled.

Rose Wine      SOGRAPE Mateus Rose N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                               £4.85
Rose Wine      SOGRAPE Mateus Rose N.V. Half (G)                                                                                                                                                                 £2.85

               Alentejo
White Wine     HERDADE SÃO MIGUEL Montinho Branco 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £6.60
               MONTINHO SÃO MIGUEL, White Wine is made up of the following grape varieties: Vital, Fernao Pires, Mostatel Sauvignon Blanc, Arinto. This white wine, which intends to respond to
               market demand, is a result of an experience accomplished with traditional grapes of the Estremadura region, and us was born Montinho de São Miguel, Regional Wine of the Estremadura. A
               yellow straw colored wine, very limpid that presents a pleasant nose and has notes of green grass and flowers. In the mouth freshness predominates, thanks to the abundant acidity, and the
               floral aromas combined with fresh fruits.

Red Wine       HERDADE SÃO MIGUEL Montinho Tinto 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £6.60
               MONTINHO SÃO MIGUEL is made up of the following grape varieties: Aragonês, Trincadeira and Cabernet Sauvignon.
               Following a pre-fermentation maceration for approximately 24 hours, fermentation started under controlled temperatures (25º) for about one week. Some lots were subject to
               post-fermentation maceration which lasted for about one to two weeks. Following malo-lactic fermentation, 10% of the wine produced aged in oak barrels.
               Tasting notes: Complexity of aromas suggesting plums, with notes of toast from it’s ageing in oak barrels, which together with a fine tannin structure, offers itself round and balanced in
               flavour. It should be drunk at 16 – 18º C; excellent with the Region's traditional cuisine.



               Bairrada
Red Wine       CASA DE SAIMA Tinto 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                            £7.75
               This is predominantly Baga (as are all the Saima reds), with a dash of Tinto Pinheira, from vines with an average age of 40. Quite a pungent, herby, savoury nose with a slightly medicinal edge
               and some caramel notes. The palate shows attractive juicy cherry and raspberry fruit with a very savoury, earthy edge. Tasty stuff: not too complex but with good acidity and dry tannins on
               the finish. Not a fruit-driven wine. Very good.



               Dao
White Wine     QUINTA DA GIESTA Branco 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                           £7.35
               Using his family’s old manor house (which has all the feel of a small chateau in Bordeaux) as a base, Nuno planted 10 hectares of vines across three plots in 1991. Nuno’s previous life as a
               overworked consultant winemaker has been downshifted in the last couple of years, so he can concentrate much more effort on this fascinating project. Visiting Nuno one gets the feeling of
               a passionate vigneron, but one who rather likes boys’ toys, too, hence amongst other things his gleaming all-steel basket press in the cellar. Winemaker: Nuno Cancela de Abreu

Red Wine       QUINTA DA GIESTA Tinto 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                            £7.35
               Using his family’s old manor house (which has all the feel of a small chateau in Bordeaux) as a base, Nuno planted 10 hectares of vines across three plots in 1991. Nuno’s previous life as a
               overworked consultant winemaker has been downshifted in the last couple of years, so he can concentrate much more effort on this fascinating project. Visiting Nuno one gets the feeling of
               a passionate vigneron, but one who rather likes boys’ toys, too, hence amongst other things his gleaming all-steel basket press in the cellar. Winemaker: Nuno Cancela de Abreu



               Douro Valley
Rose Wine      NIEPOORT Rose 'Redoma' 2001/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £9.25
               JANCIS ROBINSON - 'Just one sniff is enough to tell that it is made from port grapes. For a rose this wine is amazingly big an bold. Blindfold, you and your nose would take it for a red
               wine made from very ripe grapes but the flavours are somehow magically summery, floral, even remiscent of rose petals. Gosh it cries out for a garlicky mayonnaise! Serve it slightly chilled
               over a 'very' long lunch!

Red Wine       NIEPOORT Tinto 'Batuta' 1999/00 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £41.95
               ...worth every penny. An opaque purple/black colour, this has complex tight-knit herby fruit on the nose with subtle notes of spice, olives and coffee. The palate is massively tannic, with
               lovely rich herby complexity. Quite mind blowing. Excellent

Red Wine       QUINTA DE LA ROSA Tinto 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £10.95
               This Douro Red Wine is made almost entirely from the Quinta's own fruit and matured in small French barrels including a proportion of new oak. This is a wine of class and will benefit
               from a couple of years in bottle. The 2001 has a lovely bright deep colour with purple rim. Ripe, rich and fine fruit on the nose translates through to the palate. The new wood element is
               not evident in the bouquet at all but strengthens and fattens the finish.

Red Wine       QUINTA DE MACEDOS Pinga do Torto 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £11.45
               Paul Reynolds purchased this ancient 6.5 Ha vineyard in 1998, after many years of dispair at observing the neglect to which it was subjected. The Winery and House were duly renovated and
               the first wine was made at the property in 2000. Helped by his brother Raymond, the wines are “naturally” made by traditional methods (lagares) and allowed to mature at their own pace in
               new oak barriques. Tiny yields result in great complexity and intensity. These plots contain at least 16 different local grape varieties. A new 1.5Ha vineyard was planted in 1999 respecting the
               original varietal mix.

Red Wine       QUINTA DO COA Douro Tinto, Carm 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £9.35
               (Touriga Naçional, Roriz and Franca) CARM - Casa Agricola Roboredo Madeira, is a strictly family concern, having been in the same family since business began in the middle of the 17th
               century. The family have always been involved in farming activities centred in the region where the river Douro flows into Portugal. This wine is produced from vines up to 40 years old that
               are 100% hand harvested.
               The care taken from the vineyard to the winery has produced a deep red coloured wine showing sophisticated aromas of black blackberries, mulberry, and black cherry. This is followed by
               the seductive flavours of black figs and liquorice, while the palate rounds off with hints of toasted oak, warm spicy fruit and a lovely silky texture.




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             Dry
             EMILIO LUSTAU Manzanilla 'Papirusa' Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £9.95
             This is a bone dry Manzanilla from the town of Sanlúcar de Barrameda made from 100% Palomino Fino grapes. It is light and fresh, very tangy, clean and crisp with just a hint of saltiness.
             Serve it chilled as an apéritif.
             ROBERT PARKER 92 Points 'Impressive is the superb non-vintage Manzanilla Parirusa. Its light straw color is accompanied by a spicy, nutty nose, elegant, dry flavours, delicious purity, and a
             smoky intensity. It would be fabulous with sushi. Drink it over the next year.'

             EMILIO LUSTAU Manzanilla Amontillado 'Manuel Cuevas Jurado' Half (G)                                                                                                                       £9.95
             Made from 100% Palomino Fino grapes this sherry has an old gold colour and a pungent and aromatic bouquet, reminiscent of the sea air of the Andalusian coastline. Drink it slightly chilled,
             as an apéritif, or to accompany foie gras, cured and red meats, cheeses, or even rich fish or seafood dishes.
             THE ALMACENISTA: Manuel Cuevas Jurado who has historical bodegas in the Calle Trabajadero

             EMILIO LUSTAU Manzanilla Pasada 'Manuel Cuevas Jurado' Half (G)                                                                                                                            £9.95
             Made from 100% Palomino Fino grapes this sherry has a pale straw colour and is delightfully aromatic, reminiscent of green apples, with the characteristic hint of a sea breeze. Dry and fresh,
             light, yet with substance and body and a refreshing acidity. Drink slightly chilled as an apéritif or to accompany seafood and fish dishes.
             THE ALMACENISTA: Manuel Cuevas Jurado's historical bodegas in the Calle Trabajadero are a maze of old corners and patios, where 2,500 butts of Sherry are maturing.
             INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2004 - SILVER MEDAL                         INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2005 - GOLD MEDAL

             EMILIO LUSTAU Palo Cortado 'Almecenista Vides' Half (G)                                                                                                                                    £9.95
             Made from 100% Palomino Fino grapes this sherry has a light amber, gold colour and is dry and has an immensely rich flavour, with nuances of vanilla, coffee and dark chocolate. Serve it at
             cool room temperature as an aperitif with nuts.
             THE ALMACENISTA: Vides S.A. was founded in 1958 by Don Tomas Domecq Rivero, and the bodegas are located a few hundred yards from Lustau's main cellars in the old Santiago
             quarter of the city. Today, his grandson, Don Fernando Leon Manjon owns the bodega.
             ROBERT PARKER 93 points (2007) 'The non-vintage Palo Cortado, Almacenista Vides is dark amber, slightly sweeter and richer than the Amontillado and would be excellent with quail,
             partridge, and grouse.'

             EMILIO LUSTAU Puerto Fino 'Solera Reserva' Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £9.95
             Made from 100% palomino Fino grapes this is a truly great wine matured in the town of Puerto de Santa María, considered by many experts to be the home of the finest classic fino. The
             flagship of the House of Lustau; a dry elegant Sherry, light and smooth with just a hint of the sea and attractive fruit. Very fresh, with a slight taste of tangy yeast. The pronounced flor
             bouquet is due to Puerto Fino's double maturation under fresh flor. Serve chilled as an apéritif or as a wine with food. Delicious with shellfish and other seafood.
             ROBERT PARKER 90 Points 'The dry, austere, intensely flavorful non-vintage Puerto Fino exhibits a light green/amber color as well as notes of crushed sea shells, hazelnuts and spice. This is
             top-notch Fino to consume over the next year.'
             INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2005 - GOLD MEDAL

             EMILIO LUSTAU Puerto Fino 'Solera Reserva' Half (G)                                                                                                                                        £5.75
             GONZALEZ BYASS Tio Pepe Fino Sherry Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £8.95
             JEREZ - INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2004 - SILVER MEDAL - 'Lifted briny aromas lace this lemon yellow beauty. Nuts, racy green fruit and a mineral tang carry through on the
             sustained finish.'


             Medium
             CROFT Particular Amontillado Sherry Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £6.65
             EMILIO LUSTAU Amontillado de Jerez 'Miguel Fontadez Florido' Half (G)                                                                                                                      £9.95
             An outstanding example of Jerez’s classic Amontillado wines. A jewel bright dark gold colour, with penetrating and nutty aromas. On the palate the wine is elegant, powerful, rich and dry,
             yet light, with a warming, lingering finish. Serve, at room temperature, as an apéritif; or to accompany consommé, rich soups, cold meats, or even rich flavoured fish and seafood dishes.
             THE ALMACENISTA: Don Miguel Fontádez Florido, a chemist by trade, from a wine making family, takes pride in his unique “sacristía”, located behind his pharmacy in Jerez, where he has
             an amazing collection of antiques, pottery, paintings and fascinating bric-a-brac. It is a maze of small rooms, in the deepest recesses of which is a tiny bodega containing just a few casks of
             some exquisite, very old wines.

             EMILIO LUSTAU Amontillado del Puerto 'Almecenista Gonzalez Obregon' Half (G)                                                                                                               £9.95
             Made from 100% palomino Fino grapes this sherry has a tawny gold colour and this elegant and classic amontillado wine is pungent and aromatic, with oaky notes. On the palate it is nutty,
             with a hint of sweetness, but with a lingering dry finish. Drink as an apéritif, slightly chilled, with tapas, nuts and olives, or to accompany cold and smoked meats, cheese board or even rich
             flavoured fish or seafood dishes.
             THE ALMACENISTA: José Luis González Obregón was a retired Capataz General. From his cellars with their 1,500 butts of Sherry, we have chosen three wines: a Fino del Puerto from a
             solera of 143 butts, an Amontillado del Puerto from a solera of 10 butts and an Oloroso from a solera of 110 butts.
             INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2003 - SILVER MEDAL                           INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2004 - BRONZE MEDAL                               INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE
             2005 - GOLD MEDAL
             ROBERT PARKER 92 points (2007) 'The non-vintage Amontillado del Puerto, Almacenista Gonzalez Obregon is medium/dark amber, just off-dry, with the flavor of English toffee.'

             EMILIO LUSTAU Dry Amontillado 'Los Arcos Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £9.95
             A text book Amontillado of great maturity, made from 100% Palomino Fino grapes. Naturally dry and soft, its palate gives a hint of wood and smoky raisins. A powerful and distinctive nutty
             bouquet. A better Amontillado would be difficult to find. Serve slightly chilled as a warming apéritif.
             ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'The dry, medium amber-hued non-vintage Dry Amontillado Los Arcos offers good body as well as a heady personality.'

             EMILIO LUSTAU Dry Oloroso 'Almecenista Don Nuno' Half (G)                                                                                                                                  £6.95
             A rich concentrated wine, made from 100% Palomino Fino grapes, which is classically dry with hints of sweetness, its amber gold colour and flavours of rich bitter chocolate and baked
             chestnuts leave an intense lingering aftertaste. This wine finds great appeal with the connoisseur and is appreciated by all oloroso lovers. Enjoy it at room temperature as an apéritif or just
             as a digéstif. The more adventurous will try it with rich food.
             INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2003 - GOLD MEDAL                                 INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2004 - GOLD MEDAL and TROPHY FOR GREAT VALUE SHERRY
             INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2005 - GOLD MEDAL

             GONZALEZ BYASS Elegante Sherry Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £6.85
             HARVEY'S Club Classic Amontillado Sherry Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £6.10

             Sweet
             BODEGAS HIDALGO PX Viejo Napoleon N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £14.95
             CROFT Original Cream Sherry Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                      £9.25
             EMILIO LUSTAU East India 'Solera' Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £12.95
             In centuries gone by, casks of sherry were lashed to ships sailing for the Indies as ballast, and were found to develop an extraordinary smoothness and complexity. Lustau has revived this
             style of sherry in the East India wine. Unforgettable flavours of raisins, candied peel and nuts.
             ROBERT PARKER 94 points 'Readers looking for something weighty, sweet, and provocative should check out the non-vintage East India Solera. A blend of soleras averaging 15 to 50 years
             of age, it boasts a dark amber color as well as a huge nose of melted toffee, caramel, figs, and prunes. This over-the-top yet surprisingly vibrant (because of good acidity) effort is best drunk
             as dessert at the end of a meal.'

             EMILIO LUSTAU Oloroso de Jerez 'Almecenista Angel Zamorano' Half (G)                                                                                                                    £10.45
             Made from 100% Palomino Fino grapes this sherry has a dark gold colour, with pungent aromas of dried fruits and spice. Very rich and concentrated, with a powerful intensity on the palate,
             and a long, clean finish. Drink it, at room temperature, with toasted almonds, olives, as an apéritif; to accompany rich game and meat dishes; with the cheese board - particularly good with
             well matured cheeses such as manchego or parmesan.
             As with most Lustau Almacenistas, the maturing of Sherries is more of a hobby than a commercial enterprise for Sr. Zamorano. He is a well known entrepreneur in Jerez, and has a business
             consultancy and interests in many sectors of local trade and agriculture. A very well travelled man, Angel Zamorano takes enormous pride in the wines (some 300 butts) held in his bodegas.
             ROBERT PARKER 94 Points (2003) 'The outrageous non-vintage Oloroso Almacenista Angel Zamorano is believed to be between 30-40 years of age. It possesses a medium amber colour,
             crisp acidity, dry, medium bodied flavours of tremendous intensity offering smoke, nuts, molasses, and maple syrup, yet a dry finish. This is decadent as well as luxurious stuff that must be
             tasted to be believed. Drink this beauty over the next few years.'


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             Sweet
             EMILIO LUSTAU Pedro Ximenez 'San Emilio' Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £13.95
             Almost black in colour. A pronounced and delicious bouquet of the essence of sweet raisins. The taste is very sweet, smooth, pronounced and delicous just like dried raisins or sweet grape
             juice. This is a very sweet dessert wine made from 100% Pedro Ximénez grapes and it should be consumed, chilled, on its own or with rich, fruity puddings. Also classically used as the sauce
             for one of the famous desserts of Jerez: ice cream with Pedro Ximénez Sherry.

             EMILIO LUSTAU deLuxe Cream 'Capataz Andre' Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £9.95
             Made from Palomino Fino and Pedro Ximénez grapes in the traditional way and at the original strength - one of the few examples left of what cream sherry should taste like. Deep amber in
             colour with the taste of sweet raisins, dates and figs. Rich sweet ripe fruit that lingers smoothly and seductively. A powerful balance of sweetness, richness and maturity. Serve at cool room
             temperature as a dessert wine or as a digéstif at the end of a meal.

             HARVEY'S Bristol Cream Sherry Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                  £9.25




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White Wine       NAMAQUA Classic Dry White 3 Litre Bag-in-Box (G)                                                                                                                                       £12.45
Red Wine         NAMAQUA Classic Red 3 Litre Bag-in-Box (G)                                                                                                                                             £13.45


                 Franschhoek
Red Wine         GRAHAM BECK Merlot 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £7.65
                 A full 100% Merlot made at Graham Beck's Cellar in Franschhoek from two selected vineyards.The juice was fermented on the skins for seven days to ensure optimum flavour. Fermentation
                 in stainless steel and 12 months French Oak maturation.
                 "Deep velvety red colour, with rich mulberry and oak flavours on the nose. Packed with dark chocolate and cassis grip on the palate."
                 Excellent with a sumptuous piece of fillet, hearty bredies or roast lamb.

Red Wine         GRAHAM BECK Shiraz 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £7.65
                 Vineyards from four unique areas of which two are ocean influenced and two are more inland. Soils vary from red hutton soils, deep gravel and alluvial layered soil. Grapes are destalked and
                 crushed at the Franschhoek Cellar with specific emphasis on sub-merged cap fermentation and the punch down method, depending on the age of the vineyard.
                 After malolactic fermentation in stainless steel tanks, the wine was matured in 70% American Oak & 30% French Oak for 13 months. Although drinking very well now this wine will develop
                 for a further 5-10 years.
                 "Ripe mulberry, blueberry and white pepper on the nose with layers of fruit, rich tannins and oak complexity on the palate."


                 Paarl
Red Wine         GLEN CARLOU Syrah 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £11.95
                 Dark red with purple hue. Pleasing aromas of Wild mulberries, spicy black berries, violets, floral notes and toasty oak. Complex layers of new-world fruit with ripe berry flavours on the
                 palate. The finish is rich with fruit-driven flavours and full mouthfeel.
                 MICHELANGELO INTERNATIONAL WINE AWARDS 2006 'Gold Medal'
                 JOHN PLATTERS South African Wine Guide 2005 -'Top Red Wine of The Year'

Red Wine         GLEN CARLOU Tortoise Hill Red 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £6.25
                 A complex, yet accessible blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Shiraz, Tourega Nacional and Merlot. Upfront aromas of strawberry, chocolate and cinnamon lead to ripe red berry and
                 spicy flavours on the smooth, rounded palate.

White Wine       GLEN CARLOU Tortoise Hill White 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £6.25
                 A blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and a dash of Viognier. This fruity wine rewards with tropical aromas and flavours of banana, litchi and mango. On the palate, a tinge of citrus adds
                 to the lingering, dry finish.

Red Wine         GOATS DO ROAM in Villages Red 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £7.45
                 The dominant variety is a rich, spicy shiraz (90%), blended with pinotage (6.5%) and Mourvèdre (3.5%). The Shiraz from a selection of predominantly dryland vineyards grown on mainly deep
                 decomposed shale soils in the Malmesbury and Agter-Paarl regions. The shiraz is destalked, not crushed and fermented in pumpover style stainless steel tanks. Once fermented the grapes
                 are pressed and malolactic fermentation occurs in tank. Once completed the wine is transferred to a mixture of 2nd to 4th fill French and American oak for 14 months. The Pinotage is from
                 the Primo vineyard in Agter-Paarl, which is a 9 year old trellised dryland vineyard. The fermentation protocol is similar to the Shiraz above, and the wine is aged in American oak. After 14
                 months the two wines are blended and bottled, with no fining, and only light filtration. Mourvèdre completes the blend, with fruit sourced from dryland Swartland vineyards.

White Wine       GOATS DO ROAM in Villages White 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £6.75
                 This blend of Viognier (50%), Grenache Blanc (30%), Chardonnay (14%) and Chenin Blanc (6%) is unique in South Africa, although typically Southern Rhône. Viognier was partially barrel
                 fermented. The tank fermented Grenache Blanc is from the only vineyard of this varietal in the country, high in the Piekenierskloof mountains near Citrusdal. The barrel fermented Viognier
                 component spent four months in 3rd fill barrels, and adds fragrance and complexity. The wine was then blended and left sur lie for a further 6 months, prior to bottling. This is an innovative
                 and exciting blend of traditional and exotic varietals from diverse terroir. Crisp and elegant, with a broad flavour spectrum.



                 Robertson
White Wine       DE WETSHOF Chardonnay 'Bon Vallon' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £6.95
                 In the cellar the wine is tank fermented and then left on its less (SUR LIE) for a few months.
                 This is a beautifully crafted, elegant wine. It has crisp fresh citrus flavours and a creamy aftertaste with elegant fruit and a long yeasty, nutty finish.
                 ALSO AVAILABLE IN: Half £4.95 (Vintage may vary)

Sparkling Wine   GRAHAM BECK Brut Rose Sparkling 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £10.75
                 One of the great New World sparklers, this rosé is made from 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay using the traditional method made famous in Champagne. Crisp and fresh, but with real
                 depth of fruit (far more than the colder parts of northern France can manage), it is simply a delicious glass of fizz and a perfect celebration wine whether you are toasting the happy couple at
                 a wedding or just the fact it is Friday night.
                 Lots of ripe strawberries from the Pinot Noir on the nose with a creamy Chardonnay fruit playing second-fiddle. The palate explodes with raspberry fruit together with sherbety apples and
                 biscuit notes on the finish.

Sparkling Wine   GRAHAM BECK Brut Sparkling 'Blanc de Blancs' 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £10.75
                 A 100% chardonnay Méthode Cap Classique made from grapes grown in Robertson’s limestone soils. Only the premium juice is selected for this wine, 50% of which was fermented in Piece
                 Champenoise barrels to ensure richness and an added dimension of flavour.
                 After blending this wood-matured wine with chardonnay fermented in stainless steel, the wine was bottled for the second fermentation with yeast contact for at least 48 months. The result
                 is a complex, full-bodied sparkling wine with yeasty aromas and a creamy complexity on the palate. Recent winner at VERITAS (One of South Africa’s leading wine competitions) - DOUBLE
                 GOLD

Sparkling Wine   GRAHAM BECK Brut Sparkling N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £9.60
                 A Graham Beck classic. This Méthode Cap Classique is made at the Robertson Cellar from a blend of 50% chardonnay and 50% pinot noir. The two varieties were blended separately and
                 then crossblended, bottled and left for 24 months to undergo secondary fermentation in the bottle. The wine is characterised by light, yeasty aromas, a rich and creamy complexity, with
                 the fine mousse giving it freshness and finesse. Great with seafood and light meats.

Red Wine         GRAHAM BECK Cabernet Sauvignon 'Coffeestone' 2002/03 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                        £14.45
                 Deep purple-red with cedar wood and cigarbox combined with black berry fruit-flavours on the nose. Complex and ripe mulberry richness on the palate, balanced mouthfeel and a long
                 extended finish.

Dessert Wine     GRAHAM BECK Muscadel 'Rhona' 2002/03 Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                                       £6.95
                 100% Muscat de Frontignan from a 2ha, 22-year-old vineyards, producing 6 tons per hectare.
                 The grapes are lightly crushed, destalked and left on the skins for natural enzymatic fermentation. After 3 days the wild fermentation is stopped with the addition of neutral grape spirits. It
                 then rests in a stainless steel tank for 1 year for the spirits and grape flavour to integrate.
                 "Rich straw colour with delicate orange rind flavours and grapey freshness on the palate. The wine has an amazing rich lengthy finish."

White Wine       GRAHAM BECK Sauvignon Blanc 'Pheasants Run' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                         £10.95
                 The name is that of the farm in Durbanville, Fisante Kraal; meaning the gathering of pheasants. Handpicked early morning on 13 th February at 22ºB, packed with dry ice and transported to
                 the Franschhoek Cellar to be crushed by 7a.m. A true expression of this vineyard showing great character of white fruit, pears, granadillas and litchis, followed by a wonderful fruity finish on
                 the palate. Serve with Parma (or Seranno) ham and fresh figs, chargrilled chicken over an open fire, pasta with an asparagus pesto.
                 The Michelangelo Awards 2005 - Grand D’Or Winner (Double Gold)
                 VERITAS (One of South Africa’s leading wine competitions) - DOUBLE GOLD

White Wine       GRAHAM BECK Sauvignon Blanc 2005/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £7.65
                 The Grapes for this 100% Sauvignon Blanc were sourced from our vineyards in Firgrove on the cool False Bay rim and from Darling. Careful winemaking has ensured optimum varietal
                 flavours. A classic Sauvignon Blanc with green grassy aromas on the nose and concentrated tropical fruit flavour, with hints of green pepper. The crisp, lively acidity sparkles on the palate.
                 Enjoy as an aperitif or with sushi and Sashimi, or grilled, smoked and spicy fish dishes.

Red Wine         GRAHAM BECK Shiraz/Viognier 'The Joshua' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                               £16.25
                 This unique blend reveals spiciness, hints of violets and liquorice flavours. Cassis, apricot kernel, tree bark, clove and jasmine scnets. Balanced, soft, mellow and long.


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               Robertson
Red Wine       GRAHAM BECK Syrah 'The Ridge' 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £16.95
               The Ridge Vineyard is a low-yielding 10 year old Shiraz vineyard on the eastern slopes of the Rooiberg on Graham Beck’s Robertson farm. The soil is unique with a thirty centimetre layer of
               red Karoo earth on a limestone base. The wine has a deep, rich plummy colour. A bouquet that’s intensely warm and smoky in character, with distinctive hints of spice. The fruit emerges
               beautifully and is in superb symmetry with the wood on the palate. Enjoy with a rich casserole, a hearty stew or any other full flavoured dish.
               VERITAS (One of South Africa’s leading wine competitions) - GOLD
               MICHELANGELO AWARDS (One of South Africa’s leading wine competitios) - TROPHY

Dessert Wine   RIETVALLEI Muscadel 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £6.95
               The Muscadel vines were between 21 and 91 years old during the vintage year. The vineyards were established in red Karoo, as well as deep alluvial soil, next to the Klaasvoogds River. The
               vines grow as bush vines. A Red Muscadel vineyard, planted in 1908, to this day produces superb wine.
               The red-gold colour looks sparkling fresh in the glass. On the nose the Muscat flavour comes through very strong. This Muscadel fills your palate with its complexity and is characterized by
               its raisiny sweetness. The acidity compliments the wine and makes it even more easy to enjoy. Additional bottle maturation will further enhance the flavours of this dessert wine.
               A traditional fire-side companion in winter, it is most enjoyable over crushed ice, with fine chocolate dessert or noble cheeses.

Dessert Wine   RIETVALLEI Muscadel 1908 N.V. Half (G)                                                                                                                                                £14.95
               This unique dessert wine is a Red Muscadel made exclusively from bush vines planted on Rietvallei Estate in 1908.
               The Muscadel vines consist of approximately a quarter of a hectare and have a very low yield resulting in excellent concentration of the fruit.
               The redish color of the old bush cines looks sparkling fresh in the glass. When swirling, tears of glycerol are evident against the edges which is very important to the smoothness of the wine.
               On the nose the Muscat flavor and the botrytis character are very strong. On the palate the wine lingers and full your mouth with its complexity. High acidity is very typical of the
               Robertson region and the cause for the wine’s smoothness.

Rose Wine      RIETVALLEI Rose 'Juanita' 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £7.95
               The Juanita Rosé is a very fruity but dry rosé made from 100% Cabernet Sauvignon. A mixture of berry fruit flavours explode on the nose while the palate reveals a full-bodied wine and
               lingering aftertaste... A rosé to be taken lightly.

Red Wine       RIETVALLEI Wild Rush Red 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £5.25
               The Cabernet vineyards are planted on the highest hill of Rietvallei, called Klippiesdal and are between 3 and 12 years old. The Tinta Barocca vines were established in 1985. These vines
               thrive in the crisp, clean Klein Karoo air. A blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon and 50% Tinta Barocca (The famous Portuguese Port vine) this wine has lots of attractive fruit flavours on the
               nose and which also carries through nicely on the palate with a hint of spiciness. It is smooth and well balanced with a touch of toastiness and lingering aftertaste.

White Wine     RIETVALLEI Wild Rush White 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £5.25
               The vines are mostly planted on southeast facing slopes in rich limy soil. They are all trellised and were established from 1983 to 1999. The wine has a lovely floral bouquet with intense
               fruit flavours on the palate and a well balancing acidity makes for a zesty, long-lasting aftertaste. Made from a combination of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc & Colombard grapes that blend
               together to create a fresh, fruity dry wine for everyday enjoyment.

Red Wine       SPRINGFIELD ESTATE Cabernet Sauvignon 'Wholeberry' 2002 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                    £10.25
               "In the time of our ancestors grapes were harvested by hand, carried to the cellar in baskets and placed uncrushed into open tanks to ferment with natural yeasts into wine. In making our
               Whole Berry Cabernet Sauvignon we re-enact this lost tradition. The red-wine cellar has been carefully designed on a gravity-flow system. There are no pumps or crushers, and the journey
               of the grape into wine follows the traditional route. Whole-berry maceration is followed by fermentation with natural yeasts, racking, and one year's maturation in oak barrels. The result is
               a smooth, velvety wine with softer tannins and varietal characteristics. This wine is unfiltered and unfined – this may result in a slight sediment deposit and may require decanting".

Red Wine       SPRINGFIELD ESTATE Merlot/Cabernet 'Ripe Red' Firefinch 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £7.25
               Named after the ravenous finches which, driven by their superior sense of smell and taste, devour the grapes when fully ripe. A telltale sign that it is time to pick. This wine is made from
               60% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon grapes and is packed with crushed red plum and cherry flavours. Juicy and luscious is the fruit from our sun-drenched valley.

Red Wine       SPRINGFIELD ESTATE Merlot/Cabernet 'Work of Time' 2001/02 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                  £13.95
               Proof that patience is a virtue, the Work of Time gets its name from Abrie and Jeanette Bruwer's ten year wait for their Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot vines to mature so they
               could create the Bordeaux blend they had always dreamed about. The 2002 is a blend of 42% Merlot, 31% Cabernet Sauvignon & 27% Cabernet Franc (2002 was a bit too cold for the PV)
               and if there is a better balanced Cape red for the money we have yet to clap eyes on it.
               Quite deep and concentrated on the nose, it opens up on the palate to reveal crisp cassis fruit with smoky edges and a hint of green pepper all hung on a ripe, firm structure. Excellent
               balance, with a definite nod to the best of Bordeaux in style. 14%
               MERLOT/CAB. 'Work of Time' Springfield

White Wine     SPRINGFIELD ESTATE Sauvignon Blanc 'Life from Stone' 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                      £8.95
               If you ever get the chance to go and visit Jeanette and Abrie at Springfield, you'll understand why this single vineyard Sauvignon is called Life from Stone. The rocky, arid terroir looks just
               about the most inhospitable place a plant could choose to grow. Make no mistake, these vines really struggle for their art. Their efforts are well worth it though, as the hardship seems to
               push them to ever greater heights. Intense and minerally, this would beat many a top Sancerre in a pepsi challenge.
               Intense, stony, minerally Sauvignon with lime, gooseberry, freshly cut green pepper and passion fruit notes. Zippy, zesty and mouthwatering. 12.6%

White Wine     SPRINGFIELD ESTATE Sauvignon Blanc 'Special Cuvee' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                        £9.25
               This wine originates from 18-year-old vines rooted in sand rock-formations in the estate's riverine area. It is a richly concentrated wine from the estate's prime site for Sauvignon Blanc.
               Treated tenderly in the cellar with minimal intervention, the full expression of the terroir has been allowed, and the resultant complex, sensuous combination of passion fruit and flintiness
               gives a full mouthful with stylish length. Will mature beautifully for 2-4 years.



               Stellenbosch
Red Wine       ANWILKA VINEYARD Red 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £24.95
               Anwilka Vineyard is a joint venture between Bruno Prats, former owner of Château Cos-d'Estournel, Hubert de Boüard de Laforest, co-proprietor of Château Angélus in Bordeaux, and
               Lowell Jooste of Klein Constantia Estate.
               Located in the prime red wine region of Helderberg in Stellenbosch, the vineyard was purchased in 1997, and production of Anwilka wines commenced in 2005.
               Robert Parker has tasted this wine and his comments were as follows 'Fabulous...this is the finest red wine I have ever had from South Africa...This debut release, the 2005,a blend of 37%
               syrah and the balance cabernet sauvignon,is world class stuff, exceptional wine....'

Red Wine       AVONDALE Cabernet Sauvignon 'The Owl House 2001 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                 £9.95
               Produced from 12 year old trellised vines on a north facing slope on Well-drained granite soils. A Well-balanced and structured wine with beautiful Cabernet fruit, which carries through to
               the palate. A Cabernet made for Cab lovers.
               AWARDS - Platter 4 Star

Red Wine       AVONDALE Cabernet/Merlot 'Julia' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £6.95
               50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc - Avondale is committed to the creation of fine wines. The hallmark of an avondale wines lies in the delicately crafted balance of
               full fruit flavours. This is an approachable, easy-drinking wine which makes it ideal to accompany light meals or pasta.

White Wine     AVONDALE Chenin Blanc 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £5.95
               Ripe tropical fruit flavours are complemented by a lively, crisp and balanced mouth feel. Drink now or within 2 years.
               Wine maker comments - A very “un-Chenin-like” Chenin Blanc, made to be enjoyed on its own or with light salads. This is not a showy wine, but an extremely drinkable wine with higher
               acid to add zippiness and zest. And do not forget to look out for the Sauvignon Blanc characteristics of this wine!

Rose Wine      AVONDALE Dry Rose 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                      £5.95
               Sweet strawberry flavours that mesmerize you and with its abundant fruitiness is the perfect summer wine for drinking on the terrace. Keep plenty of chilled bottles handy.

White Wine     AVONDALE Sauvignon Blanc 2006 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                   £6.95
               The winemaker says - Why make a New Zealand style wine if you are in South Africa, and in SA the traditional sauvignon blanc style favours tropical fruit tones.
               AWARDS - PLATTER 4 Star

Red Wine       AVONDALE Syrah 'Les Pleurs' 2003 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                            £18.95
               This wine has an intense colour with a complex nose of ripe sweet cherry and elements of mocha, chocolate, liquorice and spice supported by well-integrated oak. Firm ripe tannin complete
               a silky full-bodied mouth feel. Enjoy now or age for another 12 years.
               AWARDS - Michelangelo Double Gold (2006)




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               Stellenbosch
White Wine     AVONDALE Unwooded Chardonnay Sur Lie 2006 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                        £6.95
               Surprisingly big on the palate, with lots of tropical fruit flavours and delectable crisp acid, which makes this an enjoyable wine with or without food. The grapes were hand-picked at between
               23 and 25 °B and fermented in stainless steel tanks at 15 to 18 ° Celsius for 14 days. After fermentation the wine was kept on the lees for five month before bottling. A percentage whole
               pressing was done and natural fermentation was allowed.
               The wine is made to be enjoyed immediately.
               Since 1999, Avondale excelled in the South African and international wine competitions, consistently picking up four star ratings, double gold, gold and silver medals in The Platter Guide,
               Veritas, Michelangelo, Muscat de Monde and International Wine and Sprits.

Red Wine       BEYERSKLOOF Pinotage 2004/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £6.25
               A cool summer that had a long growth season and no stress conditions until mid-February. Good rainfall during the winter established an adequate underground water table and a two-week
               period of high temperatures in February caused rapid ripening towards the end of the season. A good season for Pinotage with very intense berry and fruit flavours. This wine is medium to
               full bodied with a deep red colour. A complex Pinotage with black and red berry flavours well integrated with the oak flavour. A wine that will age in the bottle for at least 3 - 5 years but
               that can also be enjoyed now. In summer the wine can be chilled and enjoyed with seafood or light meat dishes. It also goes well with any red meat, pasta and spicy food.

Red Wine       ERNIE ELS Cabernet/Merlot 'Ernie Els' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £37.95
               Made from Cabernet Sauvignon 52%, Merlot 33%, Petit Verdot 7%, Cabernet Franc 5% and Malbec 3% it is crisp in texture with a concentrated red colour. Aromatic bouquet, intense dark
               berry and currant flavours with herbs. Dense and earthy with green pepper, plum and a good extraction of wild berries. An elegant wine, the finish is long and complex with dried fruit
               flavours lingering. The tannins are crisp and clean with the wine to benefit from further cellaring for up to 20 years.

Red Wine       ERNIE ELS Cabernet/Shiraz/Merlot etc. 'Englebrecht Els' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                 £18.95
               This wine has a brick red colour and aromas of cedar and pencil shavings with spicey undertones from the Shiraz component. As the wine opens up wildflower aromas can also be found.
               On the palate black fruit flavours are prevalent with a delightful richness likened to Christmas cake. Soft Shiraz flavours can be found on the mid-palate with hints of farmyard. This is a
               unique blend of six varietals. Rich and rewarding, a wine that displays a flavour intensity of a truly memorable experience.
               DECANTER WORLD WINE AWARDS 2006 - SILVER MEDAL
               INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2006 - SILVER MEDAL

White Wine     GOOD HOPE WINERY Chenin Blanc 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £5.75
               Chenin is an extremely versatile grape, able to make excellent wines in many different guises, from Late harvest to Straw wine to classic dry Chenin and even Méthode Champenoise. This
               example is a wonderfully lively, fruity and beautifully balanced dry Chenin Blanc. With flavours of pears, currents and flint there is plenty of leesy mouthfeel and juicy fruit, whilst finishing
               with a refreshing mineral length. A true noble varietal, Chenin deserves to be taken seriously –even for everyday drinking wines such as this.

Red Wine       GOOD HOPE WINERY Shiraz 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £5.75
               2 Mature, trellised vineyards, both in the premium Stellenbosch Appellation, on the maritime slopes overlooking False Bay. The soils are composed principally of deposed granite, which give
               rise to the excellent minerality of the wine, to its sound balance as well as to its spicy flavours.
               The Winery of GOOD HOPE Shiraz focuses on using natural methods to achieve a balanced style that promotes drinkability, but which releases flavour, spiciness, individuality, balance and
               freshness. The great innate attributes of Shiraz. The ultimate test is if can you drink a bottle on your own ? Answer this when you’re onto your second bottle…

White Wine     KAAPZICHT Chenin Blanc 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £5.95
               There is plenty of aromatic vitality in this wine: green guavas with leafy herbs, drying apples, fruit salad and flowers are some of the scents to tempt one to take a sip. On the palate the wine
               is well-balanced and intense with delicious succulent fruit. A smooth, easy mouthful brightened by crisp yet unobtrusive acidity. Ends beautifully clean on a high note and could be enjoyed
               with grilled fish or chicken, seafood, pasta or Gammon. Very easy drinking.

Red Wine       KAAPZICHT Pinotage 2002/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                      £9.45
               This wine has a bright, pinky red colour and sweet aromas of raspberry and banana fruit topped with soft nutmeg and clove spiciness. The flavour is deep and satisfying with fruit aplenty and
               a hint of coffee: reminiscent of biting into a ripe berry with the sweet juice oozing, coating the mouth and following this with a cup of coffee latte. The wine's good balance makes it a
               winner. This is an intense, rich, full-bodied wine with tremendous power and flavour. Drink this wine with beef fillet with green peppercorn sauce, Greek Lamb or Oxtail Casserole.

Red Wine       KAAPZICHT Shiraz 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                           £9.45
               Intense dark ruby colour with expressive flavours of roasted vegetables, smoked beef, leather and spice; black berry fruit on the palate adds another dimension to the savoury earthiness.
               Seamlessly crafted with good balance and structure. Elsie Pels - Cape Wine Master
               MICHELANGELO INTERNATIONAL WINE AWARDS 2006 'Double Gold'
               DECANTER WORLD WINE AWARDS - SILVER MEDAL

Red Wine       LAIBACH Merlot/Cabernet 'The Ladybird' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £10.75
               We proudly present The Ladybird, the first organic red wine from Stellenbosch made from organically grown grapes (61% Merlot, 21% Cabernet Sauvignon, 18% Cabernet Franc). This wine
               has an intense fresh red colour a great spectrum of crushed blackberry, cassis and wild cherry aroma's and a complex palate with great vibrant fruit carrying
               through, supported by some good oak aromas. It is a perfect example of classic winemaking with minimum intervention and maximum enjoyment. Enjoy the first organic Stellenbosch wine.
               Selected by Wine of The Month Club as best Organic Wine - 2005

Red Wine       NEIL ELLIS Cabernet/Merlot 2002/03 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £9.25
               What wonders Neil has done with this typical 'Bordeaux' style blend. The Cabernet gives this wine excellent blackcurrant fruit while the Merlot gives it wonderful balance and lovely mint
               and mulberry flavours.

White Wine     NEIL ELLIS Sauvignon Blanc 'Groenkloof' 2007 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £8.45
               Groenekloof is situated near Darling on the West Coast and here the hills rise to 385 metres above sea level. The vineyards are only 8 km from the cold Southern Atlantic with its cool
               prevailing southwesterly winds. Soils are deep, red, decomposed granite and the weather is very consistent producing lively, complex Sauvignon Blanc wines. This is a complex, characterful
               wine that exhibits delicacy and finesse with ripe tropical fruit and subtle herbaceous tones leading to a long, flavourful finish.
               JOHN PLATTER "South African Wines" 4-5 STARS (OUTSTANDING) - Anticipation of classic Sauvignon Blanc from these Atlantic-influenced vineyards runs high every vintage and reaches
               spine-tingling levels – similar reaction can be expected to the wine itself: incisively cool, catch-your-breath intensity infused with crisp gooseberry, flinty ripeness and mouth-broadening
               13.5% alc. Tops out with full-throttle, wide-angled aplomb. Breathtaking stuff !!!

Dessert Wine   PAUL CLUVER Weisser Riesling (Late Harvest) 2006 Half (G)                                                                                                                                  £9.95
               Tim Atkin writing in The Observer Sun March 25 2007, article named: ‘The Noble Yquem – pure liquid gold’
               “Yquem may occupy the pinnacle of the sweet-wine world, but there are lots of well-priced alternatives. Three of my current favourites, made from Riesling, Chenin Blanc and Muscat
               respectively, are the complex, apricot-scented 2005 Paul Cluver Weisser Riesling Noble Late Harvest, Elgin
               Not a bad thing to be considered the first alternative to Yquem!
               This wine shows dried apricot, spices and honey characters on the nose. The mouth feel is full and big and very balanced with a long lingering aftertaste. The sugar is very well balanced with
               the acidity and is not cloying. This wine will gain complexity after 2 to 5 years in the bottle.

Red Wine       RADFORD DALE Cabernet/Merlot/Shiraz 'Gravity' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £19.95
               The wine, Radford Dale Gravity 2004 from Stellenbosh, South Africa is an amazing blend of Cabernet, Merlot and Shiraz made in a really unusual way (see below). Only 780 cases were
               made in 2004 and 700 cases in 2005.
               The wine which is on ‘allocation’ is highly sought after and the 2005 has just gained the top accolade of 5***** with John Platter (the foremost wine critic for South African wines). To put
               this into perspective it was one of only seven reds to gain this accolade out of 6000 wines tasted!

Red Wine       RUSTENBERG Cabernet Sauvignon 'Peter Barlow' 1999 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                            £46.95
               JOHN PLATTER - 'This elegant farm's flagship, unblended Cabernet from a dedicated single vineyard on the Simonsig foothills, cultivated almost fixatedly (pruned/coppped several times;
               rows, bunches individually tagged at start of each vintage; machine and manual bunch selection at harvest) The 1999 *****; among the Cape's classy best; still tight, firm but ripe, blackcurrant
               core, suggesting long-lived future (10 years +). All the right perfumes - violets, cedar, spices, cinnamon, nutmeg.'
               ROBERT PARKER 91 points 'Rich aromas of black fruit, spicy cloves, cinnamon, violets, roasted coffee and whiffs of cigar box. Cherries, cassis and coffee flavours carry through to the
               multi-layered palate, where ripe, supple tannins add depth and structure.'

Red Wine       RUSTENBERG Cabernet Sauvignon 'Peter Barlow' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £22.95
               JOHN PLATTER - 'This elegant farm's flagship, unblended Cabernet from a dedicated single vineyard on the Simonsig foothills, cultivated almost fixatedly (pruned/coppped several times;
               rows, bunches individually tagged at start of each vintage; machine and manual bunch selection at harvest) The 1999 *****; among the Cape's classy best; still tight, firm but ripe, blackcurrant
               core, suggesting long-lived future (10 years +). All the right perfumes - violets, cedar, spices, cinnamon, nutmeg.'
               ROBERT PARKER 91 points 'Rich aromas of black fruit, spicy cloves, cinnamon, violets, roasted coffee and whiffs of cigar box. Cherries, cassis and coffee flavours carry through to the
               multi-layered palate, where ripe, supple tannins add depth and structure.'




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               Stellenbosch
Red Wine       RUSTENBERG Cabernet Sauvignon 'Brampton' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £8.75
               A wine of outstanding quality and character. Deep purple, black hues and dark edges indicative of good extraction and ripeness. The aromas are complex and continually evolve in the glass.
               Initially sweet black fruit such as dark cherries, plums and hints of cassis, which are interwoven with subtle oak aromas of vanilla, toffee and treacle. Prodigiously ripe fruit dominate the
               palate. A firm tannin structure is balanced with delicious sweetness.
               DECANTER MAGAZINE **** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

Red Wine       RUSTENBERG Cabernet/Merlot OVR 'Brampton' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £6.95
               Upfront spice of cloves and nutmeg are complemented by ripe, red fruit aromatics – raspberries and strawberries dominate. The palate is well constructed in this medium bodied wine.
               Aromas follow through to the palate where they integrate beautifully with subtle, dark chocolate and oak spice flavours.

White Wine     RUSTENBERG Chardonnay 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £9.75
               This wine has a complex array of flavours and aromas which are continuously changing as the wine spends more time in bottle. Currently the nose shows nuttiness and marzipan with
               underlying citrus (grapefruit, nartjie) and hints of white peach aromatics. A firm palate gives backbone to concentrated fruit and the richness of the wine. This wine will develop in bottle,
               leading to new nuances and flavours and continual drinking pleasure for years to come.
               DECANTER WORLD WINE AWARDS 2006 - SILVER MEDAL
               INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2006- SILVER MEDAL

White Wine     RUSTENBERG Chardonnay 'Five Soldiers' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £24.95
               True single-vineyard wine that possesses a unique character – subtle fruit & oak integration evolves complexity with time in bottle. Wonderful mouthfeel and underlying power on the palate
               compliments the great fruit flavours.
               WINE INTERNATIONAL (Charles Metcalfe) 94 points (FEB 04) - 'This is from a single vineyard, with about 20 years old. The nose is smoky bacon, with flashes of lemon and lime fruit, and
               the texture is dense, almondy and bready. There's a lively acidity and good length. Drink 2004-2010.'
               DECANTER WORLD WINE AWARDS - SILVER MEDAL

Red Wine       RUSTENBERG Merlot/Cabernet 'John X Merriman' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £9.65
               Well rounded wine which will increase in complexity and character with bottle age as is customary of Rustenberg’s red wines. Aromas of spice and red fruit balanced by fine, elegant tannins
               – a combination which is indicative of well managed vineyards and mature fruit. Should be decanted before serving.

Rose Wine      RUSTENBERG Rose 'Brampton' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £5.65
               Made from a fantastic blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinotage, Cabernet Franc, Syrah and Mouvedre this wine was made in the traditional rose manner, juice was separated from the
               skins after some hours of skin contact when the colour was deemed than fine. The juice was than settled and fermented cool to retain the wonderful fruit aromas.
               The colour is a beautiful bright pink with super clarity. The aromas are complex but mainly in the rose petal, strawberry and cherry spectrum.

White Wine     RUSTENBERG Sauvignon Blanc 'Brampton' 2006/07 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £6.65
               A zesty upfront wine in true New World style. Passionfruit, Gooseberry, Litchi and Asparagus aromas follow through to a full, lively palate. The fleshy well-rounded mouthfeel derives from
               grapes harvested at optimum ripeness. Enjoy on its own, or serve with a variety of fish, seafood and poultry dishes.

Red Wine       RUSTENBERG Shiraz 'Brampton' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £8.95
               The rich, savoury character of Shiraz is enhanced by Viognier, adding an aromatic dimension to the wine. Earth, pepper-spice and hints of dark chocolate support the richness of ripe fruit.
               Due to accessible tannin structure, this wine will complement a variety of fine dishes.
               WINE INTERNATIONAL (Charles Metcalfe) 91 points
               DECANTER WORLD WINE AWARDS 2006 - TROPHY Best Rhone Varietal under £10
               INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2006 - GOLD MEDAL

White Wine     RUSTENBERG Unoaked Chardonnay 'Brampton' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £6.75
               Unoaked Chardonnay is a pleasurable drink, since the delicate fruit of this variety is preserved and emphasised. Typical aromas are poached pears, white peach, winter melon and ginger
               spice. These are complimented by a well constructed palate that is rich and full flavoured.

White Wine     RUSTENBERG Viognier 'Brampton' 2006 Bottle                                                                                                                                                £8.45
               The aromatics are splendid: springtime perfumery, fresh ginger, peaches & apricots, buchu and honeysuckle. The palate is waxy and delicate yet with an underlying strength and focus.
               Aromas follow effortlessly onto the rich palate. It tastes like no other wine and is excellent value for money!

Red Wine       VINUM Cabernet Sauvignon 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £7.95
               The deep, shiny cherry hue and smooth, rich spicy nose combine to put you in a good mood before the wine even hits your tongue. Individual flavours, layered structure & generous fruit.
               Vinum’s aim is to combine the classic structure of Old World Cabs, with a nod to the warmth of the New World’s accessible flavours. Intelligent oaking compliments rather than dominates
               the fruit, allowing it to reflect its origin’s natural flavours. Cigar box, blueberry, spiciness, cherry and mocha mingle seamlessly, bridging the lapse between sips. Finishing with a fresh
               minerality which will allow the wine an exciting future.


               Walker Bay
White Wine     BOUCHARD FINLAYSON Chardonnay 'Mission Vale' 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £10.95
               Harvested during the third week in February with excellent fruit arriving at the cellar this Chardonnay is then bottled after six months in barrel with 30% new barrel compliment. Clean,
               pure, vibrant and powerful, yet delicate with subtle pear, lemon and cantaloupe flavours. Not overly full bodied but with an incredibly well balanced finish which is quite racy and delicious!
               Best enjoyed at the table and delicious with scallops, crustaceans, monkfish and other rich flavoured fish. Also delicious with soft cheeses at the end of a meal.

White Wine     BOUCHARD FINLAYSON Chardonnay 'Sans Barrique' 2004/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                          £8.95
               The name 'Sans Barrique' translated from French, literally means 'without barrel'. This wine was allowed to age on the primary lees for four months and was crafted in a clean, crisp style,
               unhindered by the taste of oak. The profile is complex and fruity, with creamy pear, tangerine, melon and banana flavours. Big and bold, it holds its focus with a long lingering finish.
               It is delicious with oysters, shellfish and pasta dishes and will mature for 3-4 years, though eminently pleasing as a young wine.

White Wine     BOUCHARD FINLAYSON Sauvignon Blanc 'Walker Bay' 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £8.95
               The fruit was unblemished and a little extra ripening has produced a wine of slightly higher alcohol than in the past! The nose is notably lively and aromatic with rich guava and pineapple
               nuances. The palate is gentle with a creamy blanket of ripe structured fruit languishing on an invigorating tide of teasing tastes! Fabulous as an aperitif, but best with food. Delicious with
               oysters, antipastos and crustaceans and lightly sauced fish dishes.



               Western Cape
White Wine     LIVING ROCK Chardonnay/Chenin Blanc 2007 Bottle (was LIVINGSTONE) (G)                                                                                                                     £4.65
               This blend of Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay grapes evolves into a vibrant and refreshing wine with floral and tropical fruit flavours. Highly drinkable with food and equally delicious just on its
               own with good friends!

Red Wine       LIVING ROCK Classic Red 2004/06 Bottle (was LIVINGSTONE) (G)                                                                                                                              £4.65
               The two varietals, Cinsault and Ruby Cabernet ideally complement each other in this most drinkable blend. Ripe redberry and blackcurrant aromas lead on to a rich, soft and fruit driven
               flavour. Like a good book, its hard to put down ! Wonderful with food and equally so just on its own with good friends!

Red Wine       RUSTE EN VREDE Cabernet/Shiraz/Merlot Frontier Guardian Peak 04/05 Bottle (G)                                                                                                             £7.95
               This wine a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon 43% Shiraz 42% Merlot 15% has a deep dark plum colour. Spicy bouquet with hints of eucalyptus and notes of stewed fruit. Ripe blackcurrant and
               chocolate flavours support a firm mid palate, finishing with a memorable lingering aftertaste.




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                 Alella
Sparkling Wine   TORRE DEL GALL Cava Rosado N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £6.95
                 Deliciously elegant and smooth with strawberries, cherries, subtle spice and an abundant mousse. Fresh and silky, pleasantly sweet on the palate and very well-balanced. Quite simply, a
                 pleasure to drink.The above characteristics make this an ideal wine to have with sweet aperitifs and desserts.



                 Alicante
Red Wine         BODEGAS SIERRAS SALINAS Mira Salinas 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £24.95
                 Made from 65% Monastrell, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon 10% Garnacha Tintorea grapes this wine has an intense red cherry colour, Long intense Raspberry & Blackberry fruit flavours with well
                 intergrated spices, hints of cloves & cocoa. Spends 20 months in French oak with medium toast.

Red Wine         BODEGAS SIERRAS SALINAS Puerto Salinas 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £16.45
                 Made from 75% Monastrell, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Garnacha Tintorera grapes this wine has big rich ripe fruit flavours of Plums and Cassis with dark chocolate hints, very long and
                 intense. It is aged for 8 months in French oak with medium toast.



                 Almansa
Red Wine         BODEGAS PIQUERAS Marius Reserva 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £5.95
                 From the Almansa region which lies 100km inland from Valencia and Alicante, an area of 10,000 hectares. The soil is calcareous and it has an extreme continental climate of hot summers &
                 cold winters, together with mild springs & low rainfall ideal for producing low yield Tempranillo, Monastrell & Garnacha. The bodega was founded in 1915 & is now run by Juan Pablo Bonete
                 & his brother Angel, who aim to produce fine wines in smallish quantities. In 2002 they moved into a brand new winery in Almansa, which bodes well for even more impressive wines.



                 Jumilla
Red Wine         ESCOBERA Crianza, Jumilla 2001/02 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £5.95
                 A blend of 40% Syrah, 20% Monastrell, 30% Merlot and 10% Petit Verdot this wine has superb depth and a wonderful richness of flavour. This is Monastrell's home country and it ripens in
                 these vineyards to an extent it never seems to manage in the south of France. This ripeness gives the wine some wonderful exotic fruit flavours that are enhanced by a touch of oak. It
                 offers superb value and is one of the most exciting additions to our range this year.


                 Rias Baixas/Galicia
White Wine       LAGAR DE CERVERA Albarino - Owned by La Rioja Alta 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £9.95
                 Spiced pear, apple, and mineral notes in the nose are backed up on the palate with a finish reminiscent of narcissus flowers. A very fine, benchmark albarino for serious lovers of the grape.
                 Would make a delicious match for oysters or shellfish of any kind.

White Wine       SANTIAGO RUIZ Albarino 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £9.95

                 Ribera del Duero
Red Wine         ARROCAL Tempranillo 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                          £8.25
                 A stunning wine! Husband-and-wife team have taken great care in the vineyard. The wine is made entirely from Tempranillo grapes, or Tina del Pais as they are know in Ribera de Duero.
                 The wine has deep color and is fairly dense and chewy on the palate. Black fruits, notes of mineral and earth, and the kind of extraction that has become the signature of the 2003 vintage in
                 red wines all over southern Europe.
                 What it might lack a little in polish it more than makes up for in its gutsy fruit component. A real find!. . . .
                 ROBERT PARKER 90 points '...Purple-colored, it offers up fragrant aromas of cedar, spice box, blueberry, and blackberry. Supple-textured, the wine has gobs of sweet fruit, soft tannins, and
                 excellent balance. Drink this outstanding value over the next 3-5 years.'

Red Wine         BODEGAS UVAGUILERA Tempranillo 'Palomero' 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £49.95
                 Offered for the first time in the UK, we have a small allocation of a Ribera del Duero superstar that so excited Robert Parker he gave it the benediction of 96 points. Bodegas Uvaguilera
                 vineyards are located north of Aranda del Duero, and winemaker, Isaac Fernandez Montana has created a 100% Tempranillo wine that is set for iconic status:
                 ROBERT PARKER 96 points (2007) 'The profound 2001 Palomero boasts an opaque ruby/purple color as well as an extraordinary perfume of sweet saddle leather, smoke, herbs,
                 blackberries, creme de cassis, truffles, and graphite. One of the most prodigious Ribera del Dueros I have tasted, it offers great precision, fabulous concentration, and a long, 40+ second
                 finish. Anticipated maturity: 2005-2016.'

Red Wine         FINCA VILLACRECES Tinto 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £20.95
                 This stunning property which was purchased by the Anton family of Izadi in 2003 is a mature vineyard on the golden mile of vineyards in Ribera del Duero. The adjoining vineyards are those
                 of Vega Sicillia & Pingus and indeed until 2004 several of the Tempranillo vineyards were leased to Pingus for the production of Flor de Pingus.
                 This wine is made from 86% Tempranillo, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon 4% Merlot. It spends 16 months in French oak. A superb dark fruit nose, the palate has concentrated rich yet creamy
                 black & cherry fruit with superb length. Great structure and balanced tannins.
                 ROBERT PARKER 95 points (2007) 'The 2004 Tinto is 86% Tempranillo, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 4% Merlot fermented in barrel and aged in French oak for 16 months. Inky purple, it
                 has an expressive bouquet of mocha/espresso, pain grille, graphite, wild blueberrys, and blackberry liqueur. This is followed by a full-bodied, full-flavored, plush wine with layers of spicy black
                 fruits, impeccable balance, and a long, pure finish. The tannins are well concealed but this superb effort should evolve for 4-6 years and drink well through 2027.'

Red Wine         VINA PEDROSA Cepa Gavilan 2005 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                  £10.45
                 One of the pioneers of Ribera del Duero, Bodegas Perez Pascuas is also one of the region's most prestigious estates. Its well-established vineyards give it a head start of up to half a century
                 on other estates in the area. Indeed, even their youngest vines have grown too old for a Tinto Joven, and now go into the wonderfully concentrated Cepa Gavilan which receives 12 months
                 in oak. Huge care is taken in the ageing process to make sure that the wines show perfect integration and harmony, and the result is a range that, from top to bottom, shows refinement,
                 depth, mouth-filling fruit and drinkability. An exuberant wine with a deep, ruby-red colour. Clearly distinguishable aromas of fresh fruit underscored by notes of cedar wood and liquorice
                 with a most elegant mineral touch. Poweful and enveloping in the mouth with a very long finish. To be served over the next 6- 8 years. Grape variety: 100% Tinto Fino (Tempranillo). Cask
                 ageing: 12 months.

Red Wine         VINA PEDROSA Reserva 2003 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                       £27.95
                 One of the pioneers of Ribera del Duero, Bodegas Perez Pascuas is also one of the region's most prestigious estates. Its well-established vineyards give it a head start of up to half a century
                 on other estates in the area. Huge care is taken in the ageing process to make sure that the wines show perfect integration and harmony, and the result is a range that, from top to bottom,
                 shows refinement, depth, mouth-filling fruit and drinkability."The 2003 Vina Pedrosa Reserva exhibits some of the baked character induced by the extreme heat of the vintage. Opaque
                 purple in color, the nose exhibits blueberry and blackberry liqueur notes. This full-bodied wine is massively constructed with layerings of fruit and a full dose of tannins. Everything is in
                 balance and 6-8 years of evolution should produce something special." 93/100 Jay Miller, erobertparker.com - www.erobertparker.com



                 Rioja (Alavesa)
Red Wine         MARQUES DE ULIA Rioja Crianza 2000 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                                             £14.95
                 A lovely bright red cherry colour with ruby hints. Ripe fruit and elegant vanilla notes on the nose following through to the palate, which has excellent balance and harmony, leading to a long,
                 pleasant finish. Very approachable and full of lovely ripe fruit flavours.

Red Wine         MARQUES DE ULIA Rioja Crianza 1999/00 Double Magnum (G)                                                                                                                                   £34.95
                 A lovely bright red cherry colour with ruby hints. Ripe fruit and elegant vanilla notes on the nose following through to the palate, which has excellent balance and harmony, leading to a long,
                 pleasant finish. Very approachable and full of lovely ripe fruit flavours.

Red Wine         MARQUES DE ULIA Rioja Crianza 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £7.25
                 A lovely bright red cherry colour with ruby hints. Ripe fruit and elegant vanilla notes on the nose following through to the palate, which has excellent balance and harmony, leading to a long,
                 pleasant finish. Very approachable and full of lovely ripe fruit flavours.

Red Wine         MARQUES DE ULIA Rioja Reserva 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £8.65
                 Bright red cherry colour with ruby hints this wine also has a good intense deep colour with a violet rim. Intense aroma, fresh and harmonized, combined with subtle oak flavours. Sweet and
                 mature tannin on the palate with lovely elegant, well-balanced fruit and a long finish.




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               Rioja (Alavesa)
White Wine     VINA IZADI Rioja Blanco (White) 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £9.95
               This is the highest part of Rioja and the vineyards are situated at an altitude of 600m above sea level, this creates a temperature difference of often 20 degrees between day & night
               temperatures which helps to produce great fresh acidity and pure concentrated fruit flavours in the wines.
               Delicious vibrant Blanco which is made from 80% Viura & 20 % Malvesia it is a white Rioja that is fresh, balanced yet full of flavour! The oak is very much in the background supporting the
               fruit and not masking the zesty crisp green apple flavours.

Red Wine       VINA IZADI Rioja Reserva 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £14.95
               This is the highest part of Rioja and the vineyards are situated at an altitude of 600m above sea level, this creates a temperature difference of often 20 degrees between day & night
               temperatures which helps to produce great fresh acidity and pure concentrated fruit flavours in the wines.
               The youngest vines used to make this Reserva are 35yrs old. Lovely rich ripe fruit flavours. In 2003 (the heatwave vintage) the top two red wines at this estate were not produced so this
               Reserva has all the top quality fruit in it and the quality of the grapes shows.
               ROBERT PARKER 'The 2003 Reserva is a blend of 75% Tempranillo, 15% Graciano, and 10% Grenache which spent 22 months in French and American oak. It is more deeply colored and
               considerably more marked by the barrel treatment. The nose offers plenty of toasty oak, spice box, cherry, and blackberry. On the palate the wine is firm and monolithic, the fruit held in
               check by the oak. The tannins are ripe and there is good concentration and length. Perhaps with time some of the oak will be resolved and my score will appear conservative.'


               Rioja (Alta)
Red Wine       BARON DE ONA Rioja Reserva 1999 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £12.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points 'An outstanding Rioja, this seductive 1997 reveals cedar, soy, plum, currant, and leather characteristics in its fleshy, perfumed, medium-bodied personality. With
               excellent ripeness and a long, layered finish, this Rioja is reminiscent of a grand cru Burgundy. Enjoy it over the next 5-6 years.'

Red Wine       BODEGAS LAN Rioja Crianza 1999/2004 Double Magnum (G)                                                                                                                                    £34.95
               With a very bright ruby colour and a bouquet that shows elegant oak ageing, with fine vanilla touches, this wine has wonderful clean flavours and a persistent finish leaving pleasant memories
               of a top quality Rioja. Recommended for casual drinking or with starters, vegetables, poultry, meat stews and dry cheeses.

Red Wine       BODEGAS LAN Rioja Crianza 2000 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                                                £15.95
               With a very bright ruby colour and a bouquet that shows elegant oak ageing, with fine vanilla touches, this wine has wonderful clean flavours and a persistent finish leaving pleasant memories
               of a top quality Rioja. Recommended for casual drinking or with starters, vegetables, poultry, meat stews and dry cheeses.

Red Wine       BODEGAS LAN Rioja Crianza 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £7.95
               With a very bright ruby colour and a bouquet that shows elegant oak ageing, with fine vanilla touches, this wine has wonderful clean flavours and a persistent finish leaving pleasant memories
               of a top quality Rioja. Recommended for casual drinking or with starters, vegetables, poultry, meat stews and dry cheeses.

Red Wine       BODEGAS LAN Rioja Gran Reserva 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £14.95
               Concentrated and complex, cassis, raspberry and plum fruits with vanilla oak. Beautifully balancing soft acidity and tannins on a very long finish.

Red Wine       BODEGAS LAN Rioja Reserva 'Vina Lanciano' 1998/2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £18.95
               Full and complex in the mouth, while also denoting great balance. An elegant and spicy bouquet that is both penetrating and persistent. Velvety on the palate with a very pleasant aftertaste.
               The perfect partner to dishes such as cured cheeses and red meats.

Red Wine       BODEGAS LAN Rioja Reserva 1999/01 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                                             £19.95
               Medium depth with cherry red colour and delicate nose that shows toasty, ripe tannins, ripe cherries and a hints of cocoa. The palate is medium-weight with ripe, red berry fruit, firm but
               smooth tannins and moderate acidity. The wine is finsihed with clean, unobtrusive oak and has a good, long finish. A good match for beef stew, lamb chops or a nice cheddar cheese.

Red Wine       BODEGAS LAN Rioja Reserva 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £10.45
               Medium depth with cherry red colour and delicate nose that shows toasty, ripe tannins, ripe cherries and a hints of cocoa. The palate is medium-weight with ripe, red berry fruit, firm but
               smooth tannins and moderate acidity. The wine is finished with clean, unobtrusive oak and has a good, long finish. A good match for beef stew, lamb chops or a nice cheddar cheese.

Red Wine       BODEGAS LAN Rioja Reserva 'Culmen' 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £42.95
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points (2005) 'The opulent, voluptuous, medium to full-bodied 2001 Culmen, a selection made at the winery, comes in a heavy bottle. Its dense ruby/purple color is
               accompanied by a sweet perfume of blackberries, cassis, licorice, and spicy oak. This modern-styled, impressively-endowed, rich, long wine is best consumed over the next decade. '

Red Wine       CRIADORES Rioja Crianza 'Castillo Clavijo' 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £6.45
               The vineyards surround the village of Clavijo, which lies at the foot of the rocky crag upon which the Castillo de Clavijo is situated. Rioja is the oldest wine appellation in Spain. Microclimate
               with moderate rainfall. Variety of soils; calcareous, clay, limestone, sandy, stoney.
               Elegant, well-balanced Crianza Rioja with deep, mulberry, cinnamon and plum fruit. The 2003 vintage is a little, riper and more full-bodied than previous releases owing to the warmth of the
               vintage. The blend is 90% Tempranillo, 10% Garnacha grapes.

Red Wine       CRIADORES Rioja Reserva 'Castillo Clavijo' 2000/01 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                               £8.95
               Made from 100% Tempranillo grapes this wine has a lovely cherry red colour with garnet hues and golden glints. Very clear and bright. Good intense aromas in which the perfect ensemblage
               of all the nuances stand out: spices, noble oak, charred toast and vanilla. Very good structure and mouth filling body.

Rose Wine      CRIADORES Rioja Rose 'Monte Clavijo' 2005/06 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £4.95
               Made from 100% Garnacha (Grenache) this wine has a bright rose petal colour. Aroma of strawberry with touches of sweet jasmine and rose, crisp citrus with soft cherry. Bright acidity that
               combines nicely with sweetness. Refreshing.

Red Wine       CRIADORES Rioja Tempranillo 'Castillo Clavijo' N.V. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                              £5.25
               Garnet colour with purple glints, the wine has a nose of black cherries. With good intensity and smooth complexity with aromas of ripe red-berries, spices and vanilla, the palate of ripe fruit
               is soft and creamy with just enough tannin. Long finish in which the ripe fruit dominates.

Red Wine       DINASTIA VIVANCO Rioja Crianza 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £8.45
Red Wine       HERENCIA REMONDO Rioja Crianza 'La Montesa' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £10.95
               This old family firm has been revitalised by the arrival of Alvaro Palacios who has already made his name, starting from scratch, with his extraordinary Priorato wines. He is now intent on
               bringing the family Rioja company into the front line. The wines are made from their own vineyards, a rarity in the Rioja region.
               ROBERT PARKER 88 points (2007) 'The vineyards at Bodegas Palacios Remondo, located in the Rioja Baja D.O., are organically farmed and the wines are bottled unfiltered and unfined. The
               2004 Crianza “Montesa” is a blend of 45% Tempranillo, 40% Garnacha, and 15% Graciano and Mazuelo with aging in French oak. It is an elegant example of Rioja with smoky red currant,
               cherry and herbal aromas and flavors, ripe, silky tannins and a lengthy finish. Drink it over the next 4-5 years.'

Red Wine       LA RIOJA ALTA Rioja Gran Reserva '904' 1995 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £25.45
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points (2008) 'The 1995 Gran Reserva 904 exhibits an aged appearance belying its vibrant perfume of cedar, pencil lead, mineral, leather, black cherry, and blackberry
               liqueur. The epitome of elegance and style, on the palate the wine is silky and seems to dance across the palate. The tannins are unresolved but this wine has enough balance to drink well
               through 2015.
               La Rioja Alta continues to be one of the benchmarks for traditionally produced Rioja. What the wines may lack in power, they make up for in finesse and complexity. The winery has just
               released its first “modern-styled” Rioja, called Marques de Haro, and it is a success.'

Red Wine       LA RIOJA ALTA Rioja Gran Reserva '904' 1995/97 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                                £49.95
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points (2008) 'The 1995 Gran Reserva 904 exhibits an aged appearance belying its vibrant perfume of cedar, pencil lead, mineral, leather, black cherry, and blackberry
               liqueur. The epitome of elegance and style, on the palate the wine is silky and seems to dance across the palate. The tannins are unresolved but this wine has enough balance to drink well
               through 2015.
               La Rioja Alta continues to be one of the benchmarks for traditionally produced Rioja. What the wines may lack in power, they make up for in finesse and complexity. The winery has just
               released its first “modern-styled” Rioja, called Marques de Haro, and it is a success.'

Red Wine       LA RIOJA ALTA Rioja Gran Reserva '890' 1994 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                   £67.95
               Made predominantly from the Tempranillo grape (85%) with small quantities of Graciano and Mazuelo this elegant wine is only made in the very best vintages after a very strict grape
               selection. It is a velvety wine that spends 8 years in cask and 6 years in bottle before being released. This wine has a satin smooth finish with exceptional balance of flavours and amazing
               length.
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points (2007) 'The 1994 Gran Reserva 890, from an excellent vintage, exhibits a dark ruby/brick color. Its complex perfume is composed of nuances of scorched earth,
               cedar, mineral, red currants and cherry. On the palate, additional notes of toast, fungi, and floral scents emerge. This elegant wine has sufficient depth, concentration and weight to drink well
               for another 6-8 years.'




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               Rioja (Alta)
Red Wine       LA RIOJA ALTA Rioja Reserva 'Vina Alberdi' 1999/00 Magnum (G)                                                                                                                             £21.95
               This wine is made from 90-95% Tempranillo grapes with a touch of Mazuelo. It is aged for 2 years in cask (the first one in new oak) and 1½ years in bottle. It has very attractive full, bold,
               fruity flavours with hints of vanilla and subtle spice. A delicious bouquet and palate of mature red and black fruits make this wine classically Riojan.

Red Wine       LA RIOJA ALTA Rioja Reserva 'Vina Alberdi' 2000 Half (G)                                                                                                                                     £5.95
               This wine is made from 90-95% Tempranillo grapes with a touch of Mazuelo. It is aged for 2 years in cask (the first one in new oak) and 1½ years in bottle. It has very attractive full, bold,
               fruity flavours with hints of vanilla and subtle spice. A delicious bouquet and palate of mature red and black fruits make this wine classically Riojan.

Red Wine       LA RIOJA ALTA Rioja Reserva 'Vina Alberdi' 2001 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £10.95
               This wine is made from 90-95% Tempranillo grapes with a touch of Mazuelo. It is aged for 2 years in cask (the first one in new oak) and 1½ years in bottle. It has very attractive full, bold,
               fruity flavours with hints of vanilla and subtle spice. A delicious bouquet and palate of mature red and black fruits make this wine classically Riojan.

Red Wine       LA RIOJA ALTA Rioja Reserva 'Vina Arana' 1996/97 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                               £13.95
               Made mostly with Tempranillo (90%) and also with Graciano grapes. Aged for three years in the barrel and two years in the bottle. It has the typical style which gave the region, and
               especially the Haro area, its reputation: smooth, fine, elegant, balanced and complex.

Red Wine       LA RIOJA ALTA Rioja Reserva 'Vina Ardanza' 2000 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £15.95
               A blend of Tempranillo (75%) and Garnacha this wine has been aged for 36 months in cask and 24 months in bottle. It is intense with spicy fruit and full and round with a long finish.
               ROBERT PARKER 'Gets my nod as one of Spain's three top producers. Their great Reservas are the finest in Spain, as well as among the greatest red wines produced in the world.'

Red Wine       PAGODES DE CAPULA Tempranillo 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £4.95
               This wine is made from grapes grown on the banks of the river Duero near Zamora, on the Portuguese border.Made exclusively from Tempranillo vines planted over 40 years ago, this wine
               has a fantastically deep violet colour and displays intense red berry fruits on the nose and juicy sweetness and lenght on the palate.



               Sardon del Duero
Red Wine       ABADIA RETUERA Pago Negralada 2003 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £49.95
               All the grapes for this wine come from the pago, or single-vineyard, Negralada. Soils here are typical of the alluvial soils of the River Duero - clay, mixed with pebbles and sand. Negralada is
               720 metres above sea level and 300 metres from the river itself.
               This is the signature wine of the Abadia range and is particularly outstanding in this vintage. It is rich and sinewy on the palate, with hints of tobacco and a smooth, spicy sheen from the
               judicious use of new oak. Long and elegant on the finish, it retains the spicy, strawberry fruit to the end.
               ROBERT PARKER 93 points (2007) 'The 2003 Pago Negrolada comes from a single, high elevation Tempranillo vineyard and is typically the winery’s benchmark effort. The wine was barrel
               fermented and displays a saturated purple color, splendid blackberry, chocolate and earthy aromas. It is packed with ripe, impeccable pure fruit, and has impressive balance. It should come
               into its own with 4-6 years of cellaring and drink well for a decade thereafter.'

Red Wine       ABADIA RETUERTA Rivola 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £9.95
               Rivola is made from 60% Tempranillo and 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, grown on predominantly calcareous soils, with patches of sand and pebbles.
               2004 Rivola is very aromatic, with intense, black cherry fruit on the nose, giving way to cloves, liquorice and more cherries on the palate. The Cabernet Sauvignon adds more depth and
               structure to the blend and a smooth cassis quality to the palate.

Red Wine       ABADIA RETUERTA Seleccion Especial 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £13.95
               The grapes for the Seleccion Especial are grown in two separate areas where the soils are clay and gravel respectively.
               Intense black cherry in colour with great depth of red fruit and eucalyptus on the nose, giving way to roasted coffee and caramel notes. Excellent structure with supple, ripe tannins and
               plenty of soft fruit on the palate. The suppleness of the Merlot acts as a foil to the more structured Cabernet which in turn, adds richness to the aromatic and delicate Tempranillo.


               Terra Alta
Red Wine       ARTESANO Tinto 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                               £6.95
               This is Priorato without the pain, similar terroir, similar climate, just a different price category.This is because the huge potential of Terra Alta has yet to be realised. Situated south west of
               Tarragona in the southernmost zone of the Catalan vineyards, Terra Alta is an extraordinary landscape of limestone terraces and steep slopes and provides a Mediterranean climate with
               strong continental influences for vine-growing.
               The old vines, Grenache and Carignan, are cultivated side-by-side with the international interlopers, Syrah and Cabernet and a mixture of Tempranillo and Lledoner Pelut. The wine is
               matured partly in tank and partly in French barrels before assembly. The nose is so appealing: red and black fruits mingled with flavours of liquorice and dried herbs. The palate is smooth and
               consistent and the acidity just perfect.Terrific little wine!


               Toro
Red Wine       VEGA SICILIA Bodegas Pintia 'Toro' 2002/03 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £22.95
               This spectacular wine boasts an inky/purple color in addition to wonderful aromas of creme de cassis, melted licorice, truffles, and smoky, toasty oak. Intensely concentrated but not
               overdone, this voluptuously thick, rich red possesses fine acidity as well as well-integrated, sweet tannin. It will offer a sumptuous mouthful of wine over the next 7-8 years."
               ROBERT PARKER 94 points (2005) 'From a challenging vintage for Toro, Pintia’s 2002 is among the finest wines produced in that appellation. Pintia is a project of Vega Sicilia, who believes
               they produced a better wine in 2002 than in 2001. I’m not sure I would go that far, but there is no question the 2002 Pintia comes close to the 2001. It is a powerful (14.5% alcohol), dense
               ruby/purple-tinged offering displaying flamboyant aromatics of blackberries, scorched earth, espresso roast, and cedar. Voluptuous, dense, and heady, with plenty of fat and glycerin, this is a
               head-turning, exuberant Spanish red to drink now and over the next 7-8 years.'

Red Wine       VEGA SICILIA Unico 1996 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                      £159.95


               Utiel Requena
Red Wine       BODEGAS MUSTIGUILLO Finca Terrerazo 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £20.95
               40% Bobal, 40% Tempranillo & 20% Cabernet Sauvignon - 20 months in new French oak barrels. Superb mix of subtle spices, think cinnamon sprinkled on ripe plums mixed with ripe mixed
               black fruits, very long & concentrated. The Finca Terrerazo 2002 was awarded 91 parker points and Toni & David Gleave MW believe this to be a significantly better wine.
               ROBERT PARKER 90 points (2007) 'The 2004 Finca Terrerazo is 70% Bobal, 20% Tempranillo, and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon aged for 19 months in French oak. The Bobal in the blend comes
               from 60+-year-old vines. Inky-colored, it delivers scents of mineral, Asian spices, leather, espresso, black cherry, and blackberry. Medium to full-bodied, the wine has attractive black fruit
               flavors, and a firm structure but narrows out in the finish. It should provide enjoyable drinking over the next 8-10 years.'

Red Wine       BODEGAS MUSTIGUILLO Mestizaje 2006 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                 £9.95
               This is a blend of 50% Bobal with the other 50% comprising of Garnacha, Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Tempranillo grapes. It was aged in barrique for eight months prior to
               bottling.The richness derives from the quality of fruit grown in 'star winemaker' Antonio Sarrion`s 220 hectares of vinyards. He is champion of the local grape varity Bobal and is convinced
               the best way to obtain top quality fruit from this variety is to use the bush system of training the vines.

Red Wine       BODEGAS MUSTIGUILLO Quincha Corral 2004 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £46.95
               This wine is made from 96% Bobal 4% Tempranillo grapes and has an incredible concentration and length, great structure, flavours of intense ripe plum fruit with cinnamon hints. The
               Quincha Corral 2001 achieved 95 points from Parker and both Toni & David Gleave MW believe this to be a significantly better wine!
               ROBERT PARKER 92 points (2007) 'The 2004 Quincha Corral is 96% Bobal and 4% Syrah aged for 20 months in French oak. The Bobal for this cuvee comes from 90+-year-old vines.
               Purple/black in color, its nose is more muted but reveals attractive pain grille, plum, and blueberry aromas. This is followed by a medium to full-bodied wine with ripe, spicy, layered flavors,
               excellent balance, and a lengthy finish. Drink this unique and satisfying wine over the next 8-10 years.'


               Yecla
Red Wine       BODEGAS CASTANO Coleccion 'Yecla' 2004 Bottle - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                             £9.95
               The wine has a medium deep, ruby red colour and aromas of rich black fruits with hints of toasty oak and spice on the nose. On the palate it is ripe and liquoricey with supple yet chewy
               tannins and good length.The Castano family has 410 hectares of vineyards in Yecla in south eastern Spain. They symbolise the best of what southern Spain has to offer: rich, warm climate
               wines made from grapes grown at altitude and transformed into robustly modern wines. 80% Monastrell 20% Cabernet Sauvignon.




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                                                                             Various Other
               Austria
White Wine     LAURENZ V Gruner Veltliner 'Friendly' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £8.70
               Austria's wonder grape puts in another star turn. Now resplendent in bright green livery, the Friendly GV delivers its customary and bewildering array of delicious flavours; peach, apple,
               pepper, you name it, this wine's got it!



               Canada
Dessert Wine   INNISKILLIN Riesling Ice Wine 2004 Half (G)                                                                                                                                           £55.95
               Varietally distinctive with upfront aromas of flint, petrol and candied apricots followed by a seductive scent of orange blossom. The lusciousness of the ripe nectarines on the palate is
               complimented by tingling acidity and length that goes on forever. 10.5%alcohol and 200 g/l residual sugar.



               Japan
White Wine     HAKASURA Sake Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                 £8.95
White Wine     SHIRAYUKI Sake Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                             £12.95

               Jersey
Rose Wine      LA MARE VINEYARDS Perquage Rose 2005 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £7.95
Red Wine       LA MARE VINEYARDS Red 'Bailiwick' 2006 Bottle                                                                                                                                            £8.95
White Wine     LA MARE VINEYARDS White 'Clos de la Mare' Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £7.95
White Wine     LA MARE VINEYARDS White 'Domaine de la Mare' Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £7.95


               Lebanon
Rose Wine      TANAIL WINERY Classic Rose 'Massaya' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £7.65
               A blend of Cinsault and Syrah.Quite deep coloured with a soft, herby character with a hint of sweetness to the fruit. Very good.
               The Classic range rose; Massaya’s “gamme plaisir” - easy going, fruity and casual wine to enjoy wearing jeans with t-shirt.

White Wine     TANAIL WINERY Classic White 'Massaya' 2006 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £7.65
               A blend of Clairette and Sauvignon Blanc.Fresh crisp nose: fruity with some class. The palate is bright and fresh with good balance and a nice minerality. Good balance is the key here. Very
               good.
               The Classic range white; Massaya’s “gamme plaisir” - easy going, fruity and casual wine to enjoy wearing jeans with t-shirt.

Red Wine       TANAIL WINERY Gold Reserve Red 'Massaya' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                           £18.95
               The Gold Reserve red is Massaya’s “gamme de garde” - its exclusive new French oak barrels ageing blends in a different dimension. A wine to be put down for special occasions; The black tie
               wine of Massaya.

Red Wine       TANAIL WINERY Silver Selection Red 'Massaya' 2003/04 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                       £10.45
               Grape Varietals: 40% Cinsaut, 30% Grenache, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Mourvedre .The look is deep, while the edges are bright with cherry hues. This is a charismatic red with warm
               spices, sweet red fruit, subtle oak and a firm tannic structure. This wine is medium-bodied and well balanced with an elegant and long finish. "The Silver Selection is among the most delicious
               of the new generation Lebanese Reds, stuffed with strawberries, spices and chocolate." "Cinsault, Mourvèdre, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Grenache combine to produce one of Lebanon’s
               most characteristic and affordable reds. Good use of Cinsault from a winery that is proud of how it uses this unfashionable grape. Deep cherry red, with a lovely nose of framboise that is a
               prelude to rich, cooked fruit and pepper in the mouth, yet supple and soft with decent lenght. This is where modern Lebanese wine should be going.“




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                                                                         Cellar Storage
Wine Racks     LABEL PROTECTORS Each                                                                                                                                                           £0.17
               SOWINE BAR Wine Preserver Preserve and Serve 2 Open Bottles                                                                                                                £375.65
               The SoWine Bar from EuroCave is the first of its kind. A unique 2 bottle preservation and service unit allowing you to keep opened wine for up to 7 days. The temperature in each
               compartment of the SoWine can be independently controlled, meaning the wine is at the perfect serving temperature when you remove the bottle for drinking. You can have either two
               bottles of red, or 2 bottles of white or one of each, preserved and ready to serve.
               The push down pump seals the open bottle, ensuring the perfect vacuum to slow the further oxidation of the wine. Simply open the door and the pump raises up to its starting position.
               This product comes with a 1 year guarantee.

               WINE RACK - 9 Magnums 3 x 3 Hole                                                                                                                                            £10.65
Wine Racks     WINE RACK - Mahogany 12 Bottle (3 holes x 4 holes)                                                                                                                          £12.00
Wine Racks     WINE RACK - Mahogany 24 Bottle (4 holes x 6 holes)                                                                                                                          £21.00
Wine Racks     WINE RACK - Mahogany 36 Bottle (6 holes x 6 holes)                                                                                                                          £30.00
Wine Racks     WINE RACK - Mahogany 48 bottle (6 holes x 8 holes)                                                                                                                          £39.00
Wine Racks     WINE RACK - Mahogany 56 bottle (7 holes x 8 holes)                                                                                                                          £54.00
Wine Racks     WINE RACK - Mahogany 72 Bottle (8 holes x 9 holes)                                                                                                                          £69.00
Wine Racks     WINE RACK - Mahogany 81 Bottle (9 holes x 9 holes)                                                                                                                          £78.00
Wine Racks     WINE RACK - Pine 12 Bottle (3 holes x 4 holes)                                                                                                                              £11.50
Wine Racks     WINE RACK - Pine 24 Bottle (4 holes x 6 holes)                                                                                                                              £20.00
Wine Racks     WINE RACK - Pine 36 Bottle (6 holes x 6 holes)                                                                                                                              £28.25
Wine Racks     WINE RACK - Pine 48 bottle (6 holes x 8 holes)                                                                                                                              £36.75
Wine Racks     WINE RACK - Pine 72 Bottle (6 holes x 12 holes)                                                                                                                             £66.00
Wine Racks     WINE RACK - Pine 72 Bottle (8 holes x 9 holes)                                                                                                                              £66.00
Wine Racks     WINE RACK - Pine 81 Bottle (9 holes x 9 holes)                                                                                                                              £74.25
Wine Racks     WINE RACKING - Mahogany Made-to-Measure Per Bottle Hole                                                                                                                         £1.00
Wine Racks     WINE RACKING - Mahogany Made-to-Measure Per Bottle Hole / Double Depth                                                                                                          £1.54
Wine Racks     WINE RACKING - Mahogany Made-to-Measure Per Bottle Hole > 60 holes                                                                                                              £0.89
Wine Racks     WINE RACKING - Mahogany Made-to-Measure Per Half Bottle Hole < 59 holes                                                                                                         £1.00
Wine Racks     WINE RACKING - Mahogany Made-to-Measure Per Half Bottle Hole > 60 holes                                                                                                         £0.89
Wine Racks     WINE RACKING - Mahogany Made-to-Measure Per Magnum Hole                                                                                                                         £1.28
Wine Racks     WINE RACKING - Pine Made-to-Measure Per Bottle Hole / Double-Depth                                                                                                              £1.48
Wine Racks     WINE RACKING - Pine Made-to-Measure Per Bottle Hole < 59 holes                                                                                                                  £0.95
Wine Racks     WINE RACKING - Pine Made-to-Measure Per Bottle Hole > 60 holes                                                                                                                  £0.85
Wine Racks     WINE RACKING - Pine Made-to-Measure Per Half Bottle Hole < 59 holes                                                                                                             £0.95
Wine Racks     WINE RACKING - Pine Made-to-Measure Per Half Bottle Hole > 60 holes                                                                                                             £0.85
Wine Racks     WINE RACKING - Pine Made-to-Measure Per Magnum Hole                                                                                                                             £1.20




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                                               Aperitifs/Vermouths

             STONES Ginger Wine Bottle (G)                                                                                   £5.45

             Bitters
             ANGOSTURA Bitters 20cl Bottle (G)                                                                               £6.95
             CAMPARI Bitters Bottle (G)                                                                                  £14.95
             UNDEBERG Bitters Pack x 3 (G)                                                                                   £2.60

             Cups
             PIMMS No. 1 Gin Litre (G)                                                                                   £14.80
             PIMMS No. 3 Winter Bottle (G)                                                                               £12.65
             PIMMS No. 6 Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                £15.30

             Vermouth
             CINZANO Bianco Litre (G)                                                                                        £6.95
             DUBONNET Red Bottle (G)                                                                                         £5.75
             MARTINI Extra Dry Litre (G)                                                                                     £7.65
             MARTINI Extra Dry Magnum (G)                                                                                £11.25
             MARTINI Rosso Litre (G)                                                                                         £7.65
             NOILLY PRAT Bottle (G)                                                                                          £6.50
             ST RAPHAEL Gold/Ambre Litre (G)                                                                                 £6.95




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                                                                Armagnac
Dom. des           10 Year Old DOM DES CASSAGNOLES Bottle (G)                                                                 £23.65
Dom. des           10 Year Old DOM DES CASSAGNOLES V.S.O.P. Half Litre (G)                                                    £17.45
Dom. des           20 Year Old DOM DES CASSAGNOLES Bottle (G)                                                                 £39.95
Dom. des           20 Year Old DOM DES CASSAGNOLES Half (G)                                                                   £24.95
Dom. des           5 Year Old DOM DES CASSAGNOLES Bottle (G)                                                                  £20.50
Dom. des           5 Year Old DOM DES CASSAGNOLES Half (G)                                                                    £11.25


                   Vintage
Baron G. Legrand   1920 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £449.50
Baron G. Legrand   1931 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £399.50
Baron G. Legrand   1932 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £397.50
Baron G. Legrand   1933 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £395.50
Baron G. Legrand   1938 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £299.95
Baron G. Legrand   1940 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £327.50
Baron G. Legrand   1941 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £325.50
Baron G. Legrand   1942 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £313.50
Baron G. Legrand   1943 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £322.50
Baron G. Legrand   1944 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £314.50
Baron G. Legrand   1945 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £309.50
Baron G. Legrand   1946 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £304.50
Baron G. Legrand   1947 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £287.00
Baron G. Legrand   1948 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £271.00
Baron G. Legrand   1949 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £256.00
Baron G. Legrand   1950 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £249.00
Baron G. Legrand   1951 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £219.00
Baron G. Legrand   1952 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £209.00
Baron G. Legrand   1953 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £204.50
Baron G. Legrand   1954 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £195.00
Baron G. Legrand   1955 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £185.00
Baron G. Legrand   1956 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £184.00
Baron G. Legrand   1957 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £165.00
Baron G. Legrand   1958 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £164.00
Baron G. Legrand   1959 BARON G. LEGRAND Vieil Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                           £153.00
Baron G. Legrand   1960 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                             £124.00
Baron G. Legrand   1961 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                             £123.00
Baron G. Legrand   1962 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £94.50
Baron G. Legrand   1963 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £90.00
Baron G. Legrand   1964 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £89.50
Baron G. Legrand   1965 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £84.50
Baron G. Legrand   1966 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £83.82
Baron G. Legrand   1967 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £82.00
Baron G. Legrand   1968 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £81.00
Baron G. Legrand   1969 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £79.00
Baron G. Legrand   1970 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £63.00
Baron G. Legrand   1971 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £61.00
Baron G. Legrand   1972 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £59.50
Baron G. Legrand   1973 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £58.50
Baron G. Legrand   1974 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £56.50
Baron G. Legrand   1975 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £54.50
Baron G. Legrand   1976 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £52.50
Baron G. Legrand   1977 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £51.50
Baron G. Legrand   1978 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £50.00
Baron G. Legrand   1979 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £49.00
Baron G. Legrand   1980 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £48.00

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                                                                Armagnac
                   Vintage
Baron G. Legrand   1981 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £47.50
Baron G. Legrand   1982 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £47.00
Baron G. Legrand   1983 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £46.00
Baron G. Legrand   1984 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £45.00
Baron G. Legrand   1985 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £44.00
Baron G. Legrand   1986 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £43.50
Baron G. Legrand   1987 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £43.00
Francis Darroze    1987 FRANCIS DARROZE Dom de Lagoue Bottle (G)                                                              £49.95
Baron G. Legrand   1988 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £42.50
Francis Darroze    1988 FRANCIS DARROZE Dom de Juanchicot Bottle (G)                                                          £47.95
Baron G. Legrand   1989 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £42.00
Baron G. Legrand   1990 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £41.95
Baron G. Legrand   1991 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £41.00
Baron G. Legrand   1992 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £40.95
Baron G. Legrand   1993 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £40.50
Baron G. Legrand   1994 BARON G. LEGRAND Bas Armagnac Bottle (G)                                                              £39.95




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                                                                   Brandy
Italian         ALLEGRINI Grappa di Amarone (43%) Half Litre (G)                                                             £27.95
Italian         ANTINORI Grappa 'Tignanello' N.V. Half Litre (G)                                                             £29.95
German          ASBACH Rudesheim German Brandy Litre (G)                                                                     £27.75
Spanish         CARDENAL Mendoza Solera Gran Reserva Bottle - Brandy de Jerez (G)                                            £32.95
Jersey          LA MARE VINEYARDS Jersey Apple Brandy Half Litre (G)                                                         £17.95
French          MARTINET - Brandy Litre (G)                                                                                  £21.95
Italian         PILZER Grappa di Nosiola (43%) Half Litre (G)                                                                £24.95
Italian         PILZER Grappa di Traminer (43%) Half Litre (G)                                                               £24.95




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                                                                Calvados
Le Pere Jules   LE PERE JULES 3 Year Old Calvados Bottle (G)                                                                £26.95
Le Pere Jules   LE PERE JULES 3 Year Old Calvados Half Bottle (G)                                                           £14.45
Le Pere Jules   LE PERE JULES 10 Year Old Calvados Bottle (G)                                                               £42.25
Le Pere Jules   LE PERE JULES 10 Year Old Calvados Half Bottle (G)                                                          £20.95
Le Pere Jules   LE PERE JULES 20 Year Old Calvados Bottle (G)                                                               £56.95
Le Pere Jules   LE PERE JULES 20 Year Old Calvados Half Bottle (G)                                                          £29.95
Le Pere Jules   LE PERE JULES 40 Year Old Calvados Bottle (G)                                                              £104.95
Le Pere Jules   LE PERE JULES 40 Year Old Calvados Magnum (G)                                                              £212.50
Fermicalva      PERE THOMAS Selection Calvados Bottle (G)                                                                   £19.95
Fermicalva      PERE THOMAS Vieux Calvados Bottle (G)                                                                       £22.95




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                                                                                       Cognac

             BONAPARTE X.O. Cognac Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £44.95
             BRAASTAD 100 Year Old Anniversary Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £199.95
             BRAASTAD X.O. Cognac Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                      £44.95
             CHATEAU TRIAC Single Vineyard, Fins Bois Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £35.95
             COURVOISIER V.S. *** Cognac Half Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £12.65
             A distinctive character and taste on the palate make this Cognac the ideal partner for all your taste experiences: with ice, with tonic, and for all your cocktails.
             The Master Blender’s comment: Elegant and harmonious Cognac with strong notes of fruit.

             COURVOISIER V.S. *** Cognac Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                £30.95
             COURVOISIER V.S.O.P. Cognac Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £33.95
             Rich combinations of blue and golden that play on the amber shade of a Fine Champagne, both subtle and light. Savour it neat, mixed with ice or as a long drink with tonic .
             The Master Blender’s comment: Floral aromas and notes of vanilla for this VSOP which is often described as "tender, subtle and elegant".

             HINE Antique X.O. Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £82.95
             REMY MARTIN V.S.O.P. Cognac Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £30.95
             TIFFON X.O. Cognac Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £44.95




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                                                                                              Gin

             BEEFEATER Gin Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                                    £19.25
             BOMBAY SAPPHIRE Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                                  £25.45
             CITADELLE Gin Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                   £25.95
             Citadelle Gin is the only gin in the world made with 19 different botanicals, giving the gin a unique, complex, well-balanced flavour. The secret recipe is known only by the master distiller. In
             keeping with the traditions of the first European trading captains of the 17th century, only the finest spices are used. This unrivalled variety of spices comes from many distant and diverse
             places: Juniper, France; Coriander, Morocco; Orange peel, Mexico; Cardamom, India; Liquorice, China; Cubeb pepper, Java; Savory, France; Fennel, Mediterranean; Iris, Italy; Cinnamon, Sri
             Lanka; Violets, France; Almonds, Spain; Cassia, Indochina; Angelica, Germany; Grains of paradise, West Africa; Cumin, Holland; Nutmeg, India, Lemon rind, Spain, Star anise, France.
             Citadelle gin is triple-distilled from wheat and spring water. Before being steeped in neutral alcohol, the botanicals are carefully selected and then placed in a specific bag. This infusion is then
             distilled to capture each separate aroma, so that the intermingled, complex flavours can develop independently.

             GORDONS Export Gin Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                               £23.45
             GORDONS Gin Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                                      £18.95
             GORDONS Sloe Gin Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                £17.95
             HENDRICKS Gin (41.4%) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                           £22.95
             Handcrafted gin with traditional botanicals, juniper, coriander, and citrus peel but the special infusion of cucumber and rose petals creates a unique and unexpected flavour. Despite the
             possibilities of surprise, most people shrink away from what is odd. But there are those who seek it, individuals who are truly excited by what is strange and different.
             Made with a free and imaginitive spirit.

             MARTIN MILLERS Gin Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                              £22.95
             Excellent small-batch potstill gin, blended with extra-pure Icelandic spring water. Awarded 94 points (Exceptional) by the the Beverage Tasting Institute.

             MARTIN MILLERS Westbourne St.Gin (45.2%) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £26.95
             A deluxe high-strength gin, awarded 97 points and the title 'Spirit of the Year 2003' by the Chicago Beverage Tasting Institute (BTI), the world’s largest and most powerful drinks testing
             organisation.

             PLYMOUTH Gin 41.2% Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                              £16.45
             TANQUERAY Gin Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                                    £22.95




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                                                                                 Liqueurs

             ABSINTHE Pernod (68%) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £28.95
             AMARULA Cream Liqueur (South Africa) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £12.45
             ANTICA Apple Sambuca Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £19.95
             ANTICA Banana Sambuca Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £19.95
             ANTICA Black Sambuca Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £19.95
             ANTICA Classic Sambuca Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £15.95
             ANTICA Mandarin Sambuca Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £19.95
             ANTICA Orange & Mango Sambuca Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £19.95
             ANTICA Raspberry Sambuca Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £19.95
             ARCHER'S Peach Schnapps Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                £16.45
             BAILEY'S Irish Cream Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                   £18.50
             BAILEY'S with a hint of Creme Caramel Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £13.95
             BAILEY'S with a hint of Mint Chocolate Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                £13.95
             BANANE, CREME DE Giffard (Banana) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £11.45
             BENEDICTINE D.O.M. Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                £12.95
             CACAO, CREME DE Giffard (Cocoa) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £11.95
             CAPRI NATURA Limoncello (32%) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £18.45
             CASSIS 'D'ANJOU', CREME DE Giffard (Blackcurrant) Litre (G)                                                                                                                      £10.95
             CASSIS 'IMPERIALE', CREME DE Giffard (Blackcurrant) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                   £10.45
             CASSIS 'NOIR DE BOURGOGNE' Giffard (Blackcurrant) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                     £11.95
             CHERRY BRANDY De Kuyper Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                                               £9.45
             COINTREAU Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                             £19.95
             CURACAO ORANGE Giffard (Orange) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £11.45
             DI SARONNO Amaretto Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                    £22.25
             DI SARONNO Amaretto Miniature (5cl) (G)                                                                                                                                              £1.54
             DRAMBUIE Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                               £27.95
             FERNET-BRANCA Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £23.95
             FRAISE DES BOIS, CREME DE Giffard (Strawberry) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                            £9.95
             FRAMBOISES, CREME DE Giffard (Raspberry) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                  £9.95
             GALLIANO Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                          £12.45
             GERMANA/VELHO BARREIRO 'Gold' Cachaca Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £15.45
             GLAYVA Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                                 £22.95
             GRAND MARNIER Red (with Cognac) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £19.95
             GREEN CHARTREUSE Half (G)                                                                                                                                                        £11.80
             IRISH MIST Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                            £16.25
             KAHLUA Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                £13.65
             KIRSCH De Kuyper (Cherries) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £17.45
             KIRSCH De Kuyper (Cherries) Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                                       £12.95
             MALIBU Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                £13.35
             MASSAYA Arak Half (G)                                                                                                                                                            £12.45
             El Massaya is made from a base wine of Obeidi, an indigenous Lebanese white grape variety. It is triple distilled in Moorish lid copper stills, which are heated over vine wood embers.
             Uncrushed green organic aniseed from the village of Hineh on Mount Hermon is added for the third distillation, after which the arak is matured in old clay amphorae for 12 to 18 months. It
             is bottled, unfined and unfiltered.

             MENTHE GREEN, CREME DE Giffard (Mint) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £9.95
             MURES, CREME DE Giffard (Blackberry) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £9.65
             PEACH SCHNAPPS 'PEACH TREE' De Kuyper Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                 £12.95
             PECHE, CREME DE Giffard (Peach) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £9.25
             PERNOD Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                                 £23.65
             POIRE WILLIAM EAU DE VIE Giffard (William Pears) Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                  £14.95
             RICARD Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                                 £21.95
             ROMANA/LUXARDO Sambuca Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £17.35
             TEQUILA 'GOLD' Jose Cuervo Litre (G)                                                                                                                                             £23.25
             THOQUINO Caipirinha Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £11.95
             TIA MARIA Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                              £17.95
             TRIPLE SEC De Kuyper Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £13.95

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                                                             Liqueurs

             TUACA Italian Liqueur Bottle (G)                                                                            £25.65
             WARNINKS Advocaat Bottle (G)                                                                                £10.75




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                                                                                           Rum
             Australian
             BUNDABERG Distillers No. 3 Rum 43%alc Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £23.65
             AUSTRALIA - Distiller's No.3 is named after the triple filtering process developed and perfected via know-how from over 100 years of proud distilling history at the Bundaberg Distilling
             Company.
             This truly unique rum is a triple filtered (charcoal, chill and polished), double distilled blend of classic Bundaberg Rum and a reserve blend of Bundaberg White Rum. This three-tiered process
             guarantees a lighter flavour and a smoother finish.
             Lighter in colour than UP, Distiller's No. 3 stands distinct from the category as it's developed through know-how (not age).

             BUNDABERG Rum 37%alc Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                          £19.95


             Austria
             STROH 38% Abv Austrian Rum Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £19.95
             STROH 54% Abv Austrian Rum Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £23.95
             STROH 80% Abv Austrian Rum BOTTLE (G)                                                                                                                                                    £32.95
             Immensely potent superstrength version of the above. Delicious in coffee and commonly added to desserts (particularly flambes) as well as cocktails.



             B.V.I.
             PUSSERS 'Blue Label' Rum Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                       £29.95
             The superb rum in this bottle is the same rum that was standard issue aboard their Majesties' ships at the time of the custom's termination in 1970. For centuries, British Navy Jack Tars
             drank their Pusser's Rum and appreciated this spirit's exceptional quality.
             Its distinct character is still created from six of the world's finest Caribbean rums which were discovered on their excursions at sea.



             Bermuda
             GOSLINGS Black Seal Rum Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £20.95
             In the World Spirits Championship conducted by the Beverage Tasting Institute,Gosling's Black Seal Rum was awarded a Platinum Medal in a blind taste test consisting of an extensive
             collection of world class rums, Black Seal was rated 96 out of a possible 100 and Best Buy.



             Caribbean
             PYRAT X.O. Planters Reserve Rum Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                               £30.95
             ANGUILLA - This rum is blended to be elegantly smooth and delicious. Its amber color indicates its flavorful sip ability. When drinking it neat, it has a slight heaviness as it tingles across the
             tongue. But it's on the rocks that this rum truly blooms, transforming the subdued heaviness into a sharper, almost citrusy sensation.
             It is blended to be enjoyed over ice with a twist of lemon, or combined with almost any high quality mixer.



             Cuban
             BACARDI 'Carta Blanca' White Rum Litre (G)                                                                                                                                               £19.95
             BACARDI Oro/Gold Litrev                                                                                                                                                                  £22.25
             HAVANA CLUB Anejo Blanco Rum Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £18.45
             HAVANA CLUB Anejo Especial Rum Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £18.45

             Haiti
             BARBANCOURT *** 4 Year Old Rum Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £19.95
             Barbancourt three star rum, aged for four years is a light tasting delicate rum. Pleasant on the rocks or with a mixer. It lends itself to the best cocktails as well as in cooking recipes to the
             delight of connoisseurs and gourmets.

             BARBANCOURT ***** 8 Year Old Rum Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £24.95

             Jamaican
             CAPTAIN MORGAN Black Label Rum Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                 £17.95
             MORGAN'S Spiced Rum (35%) Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                      £22.95
             MOUNT GAY 'Eclipse' Rum Bottle                                                                                                                                                           £17.45
             MOUNT GAY 'Extra Old' Rum Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £29.95

             Martinique
             RHUM JM 1997 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                  £69.95
             The elegant copper tone precedes a gorgeous rhum on the palate. With a generous bouquet of toasted nut, lemon and sage comlimenting the chewy spice cake, mango and passion fruit
             flavours on the palate.
             Accentuated with white pepper, cinnamon and nutmeg nuances.

             RHUM JM Gold Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                  £31.50
             Naturally aged in oak barrels for a minimum of 12 months and then bottled at the Fonds-Préville distillery.

             RHUM JM Reserve Speciale Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                      £49.95
             Each year, a few barrels of Rhum JM are put aside and forgotten about to let time do its work.
             The result, a Rhum of spicy character, smooth stylish with delicate wood impressions.

             RHUM JM White Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                 £29.95
             Bouquet of white pepper and lillies giving way to pineapple, raspberry and warm biscuits on the palate with a dry finish.



             St. Lucian
             PLANTATION St. Lucian Rum Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £32.95
             From the west coast of Demerara, Plantation Guyana 1990 is distilled in a small traditional copper still, using techniques that date back several centuries.
             Its bouquet is redolent with flambeed bananas, dried figs, and raisins.
             It is beautifully balanced on the palate with a long aftertaste.




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                                                                                        Vodka
             British
             SMIRNOFF 'Black Label' Vodka Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                  £25.65
             SMIRNOFF 'Blue Label' Vodka Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                   £25.65
             SMIRNOFF 'Red Label' Vodka Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                    £19.45


             Dutch
             KETEL ONE Citron Dutch Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £24.95
             Ketel One Citroen is made from Ketel One Vodka and natural citrus fruit. Its unique lemon and citrus tang makes it key to the perfect Cosmopolitan.
             Absolutely the best citron vodka around. Smooth and tangy at the same time, awesome over ice or with lemonade or iced tea!

             KETEL ONE Dutch Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £21.75


             French
             GREY GOOSE 'Orange' French Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                             £29.95
             GREY GOOSE 'Orange' French Vodka Litre (G)                                                                                                                                              £47.75
             GREY GOOSE French Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                      £31.45


             Icelandic
             REYKA Icelandic Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £23.65
             A nose which is fresh, very clean and with a delicate hint of creamy vanilla and an underlying natural sweetness. On the palate it has a soft, delicate texture that becomes fuller-bodied and
             lightly creamy with elegant, rounded aniseed and vanilla, a sweet-dry balance and luscious light spiciness. Reyka vodka is Iceland's first and only vodka distillery. Made unlike any other vodka,
             Reyka, meaning steam or smoke in Icelandic, is distilled and bottled in Borganes in Western Iceland - one of the coldest places in the world where air pollution levels are actualy falling.



             Polish
             BELVEDERE Polish Vodka Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                        £38.95
             WYBOROVA 'Original' Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £17.45
             WYBOROVA Apple Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £17.45
             ZYTNIA 'Extra' Rye Polish Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £18.95

             Russian
             RUSSKY STANDART 'Original' Russian Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £20.95
             Russky Standart is a genuine vodka, which is distilled to the Tsar's premium quality standard established in 1894. By bringing together traditional manufacturing processes and state of the art
             technology, they have been able to revive a recipe that their forbears took pride in. Russky Standart owes its quality to selected golden grains of wheat from Russia's heartlands and pure
             glacier water from the frozen North. It's distillation is a painstaking and costly process that demands exceptional control and expertise.

             RUSSKY STANDART 'Platinum' Russian Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                     £21.95
             Russky Standart Platinum marries the traditions of the highest quality Russian Vodkas with modern distillation Methods. As a product of tradition, it fully complies with the strictest
             requirements of the classical recipe developed by Dmitry Mendellev in 1894 at the request of the Imperial Court of St. Petersburg. For best results, do not freeze Platinum. Only inferior
             vodkas require freezing in order to mask the pungency and odours of poor distillation. Enjoy Russky Standart Platinum chilled, not frozen.... or on the rocks.

             STOLICHNAYA 'Blue Label' Russina Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                       £17.95
             STOLICHNAYA 'Orange' Russian Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £14.95
             STOLICHNAYA 'Original' Russian Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                         £14.95
             STOLICHNAYA 'Vanilla' Russian Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                          £14.95

             Swedish
             PINKY Swedish Vodka Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                          £25.95
             Getting its beautiful pink hue naturally from a blend of twelve delicately balanced flavours, Pinky is a singular experience with numerous layers of complexity. Pinky is the most beautiful
             vodka you will every try.
             Each batch is hand-blended by champion wine tasters using natural and luxurious ingredients, including rose petals, violets and wild strawberries. It was created to enhance the taste, look and
             nose of any vodka-based drink. Although Pinky is obviously blessed with good looks; it is its unique taste profile that holds its audience captive. After all, true beauty comes from within.
             It is not to be mistaken as just another flavoured vodka. As with pink Champagne, Pinky sets a new standard for vodka.




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                                                                                       Whiskey
Indian          AMRUT Indian Whiskey Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £23.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 82 POINTS - 'The press picked this up and made a point of saying that experts can't tell between this and top Scottish malt Interesting. Certainly this can be
                easily mistaken for an old Scotch single malt, though not a top one. That said, this is enjoyable stuff especially when considering the Indian distiller's perennial problem of overcoming the
                fierce temperatures that make maturation such a nightmare. With Amrut there is profound oak on both the nose and finish, giving the impression of a Speysider at about 35 or 36 years.
                That, usually, isn't always good. However, the sweet richness of the malt on the palate is a joy, with a boundless energy that pulses through to the prickly, oaky finish. Solid, honest whisky
                (with a non-scotch flourish at the finish) that would, after a black coffee, follow the finest Chicken Korma.'

American        BUFFALO TRACE Bourbon Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £24.45
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 94 POINTS - 'Sharp rye screams above the complex corn, citrus and oak: seriously absorbing; stupendous, softly oiled mouthfeel with the corn absorbing
                some prickly rye and spice; sweet, remains oily with some cream toffee. The small grains re-emerge for a last battle with the corn; I simply adore this whiskey: the weight is just about
                perfect as is the corn-oak, bittersweet harmony. The small grains add great colour and complexity. A whiskey gem of the world.'
                WINE ENTHUSIAST 93 points

Irish           BUSHMILLS 'Black Bush' Irish Whiskey Litre (G)                                                                                                                                         £25.65
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 91 POINTS - 'amazingly spicy - a bit like the old 1608! - with clean but lively sherry and freshish malt.This is one crackerjack nose; stunning: the sweetness
                is exemplary as its sits snugly between the enormity of the fruit and the clarity of the malt. Somewhere in there is a raisiny sheen; dropped points for a toffee - caramel finale, which
                undermines some of the compllexity. Even so, the sherry remains lip - smacking and the spices behave themselves; the quality of the sherry used boggles the mind. Remains a true classic. My
                word, though, what I would do to see a 46% non - coloured, non - chill filtered version.

Irish           BUSHMILLS 10 Year Old Irish Malt Whiskey Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £25.65
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 82 POINTS - 'A beefed up, sherried number compared to a few years back; attractive but in need of finding some complexity from somewhere.'

Irish           BUSHMILLS 16 Year Old Malt Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £46.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 93 POINTS - 'A basket of ripe fruit, with apples, pomegranates and grapes to the fore. Just so delicate! Seismic waves of spicy fruit, juicy and salivating in
                effect; vanilla and a sprinkling of cocoa represents the moderate oak presence; this has become the leader of the Bushmills tribe. Few whiskies can maintain this degree of sophistication.
                Love it!'

Canadian        CANADIAN CLUB Canadian Rye Whiskey Litre (G)                                                                                                                                           £19.25
                Still made and bottled in Walkerville Canada, Canadian Club is the only Canadian whiskey that is 'barrel-blended' prior to aging in white oak barrels to allow the flavours to marry. Aged six
                years (twice the period of required by Canadian law), Canadian Club is a true, quality Canadian whisky that has not changed with time.

Canadian        CROWN ROYAL Canadian Rye Whiskey Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                            £20.45
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 93 POINTS - 'Seriously big rye offers a hard and fruity edge to the soft corn and oak; rock-hard and crisp mouth arrival thanks to the early rye, softens for
                the corn and then the rye sends some fruity shockwaves around the palate; bitter and booming: big controlled oak finale on gentle oil; this has definitely changed in the last seven or eight
                yers, as all blends must. It has a slightly larger rye dependency than of old but the mouthwatering effect is sublime. An international great.'

American        ELIJAH CRAIG 12 Year Old (47%) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £25.95
                Elijah Craig 12-year-old is a true Small Batch premium Bourbon, and had that distinction before the term even existed. Bottled exclusively from a dumping of 100 barrels or less, the brand
                carries the name of Rev. Elijah Craig, the Baptist minister widely considered the "Father of Bourbon." He discovered the method of making true Kentucky Bourbon when his stored his
                wares in barrels that had been charred in a fire.
                Whiskey expert Stuart MacLean Ramsay writes, "Rich, full bodied and warming with sweet oak, caramel and rye flavors; thick finish with notes of licorice and vanilla."

Irish           GREENORE Single Grain Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                       £21.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 89 POINTS - 'Soft, sweet corn, delicious hints of bourbon; rich, soft oils, melt-in-the-mouth grain and just a hint of barley for good measure; crisps up as
                the oak returns; just a lovely grain whiskey from one of the world's finest grain distilleries'

Irish           GREENSPOT Irish Whiskey Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                     £29.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 92 POINTS - 'mouthwatering and fresh on one level, honey and menthol on another; crisp, mouthwatering with a fabulous honey burst, alarmingly
                sensuous; faint coffee intertwines with the pot still. The thumbprint thread of honey remains; has remained in this honey sate for a few years now, once previously a bit sharper. Soft yet
                complex throughout. Unquestionably one of the world's greatest branded whiskies.'

American        JACK DANIEL'S 'Old No. 7' Half Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £9.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE -87 POINTS - 'Thick, oily, smoky, dense, corn syrupy - it's Jack Daniel; sweet, fat, chewy, various types of burnt notes: toffee, toast etc. etc; quite a sweet, fat
                and toffeed finale; a quite unique whiskey at which many American whiskey connoisseurs turn up their noses. I always think it's worth the occasional visit; you can't beat roughing it a little.'

American        JACK DANIEL'S 'Old No. 7' Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                    £25.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE -87 POINTS - 'Thick, oily, smoky, dense, corn syrupy - it's Jack Daniel; sweet, fat, chewy, various types of burnt notes: toffee, toast etc. etc; quite a sweet, fat
                and toffeed finale; a quite unique whiskey at which many American whiskey connoisseurs turn up their noses. I always think it's worth the occasional visit; you can't beat roughing it a little.'

American        JACK DANIEL'S 1914 Gold Medal Litre - NEW FOR 2008 (G)                                                                                                                                 £51.95
Irish           JAMESON Irish Whiskey Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                        £22.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 95 POINTS - 'Crisp pot still bounces off some firm and clean grain. Fresh sherry offers a softer dimension; melt-in-the-mouth sherry is the prelude to
                brilliant pot-still sharpness. A real mouthful that you can suck and chew at the same time with some real bite in there: vanilla, fruit and some prickly spice; from a pretty boring
                bit-of-a-nothing whiskey to a sheer classic in the space of a decade: not bad going. The inclusion of extra pot still is one thing; getting the balance as fine as this is something else. Truly
                magnificent: this is the current Irish masterpiece. As classically Irish as someone called Seamus O'Crimmins'

American        JIM BEAM American Bourbon Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                   £19.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 85 POINTS - 'charmingly floral with a soft rye undercurrent; sweet corn arrival then soft oaky-vanilla notes; hints of soft liquorice and then much drier
                mouthwatering vaguely malty tones; this whiskey has improved enormously in recent years. Still light and easy going, there appears to be an element of extra age, weight and complexity.'

Irish           KNAPPOGUE CASTLE 1994/95 Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £31.50
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 94 POINTS - 'Heavy oil and rich with a hint of spice, enormously intense with a vague stratum of honey. Big and well structured, strengthened by the
                massive depth of malt; big oily arrival on the palate ensures a biscuity maltiness and a slightly molassed sweetness clings to the roof of the mouth. Lush, chewy and deep with a subtle
                bitter-sweet balance. Delicate peppers make for a teasing but controlled middle; the lingering spice tends to play peek-a-boo with the oily, almost unbelievably intense maltiness. At the death
                dries fabulously to show surprising age; a different Knappogue altogether from a delicate, ultra-refined type.'

American        KNOB CREEK Bourbon Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                          £28.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE -90 POINTS - 'Marmalade on sightly burnt toast, beautiful, sweet fruit, mainly pears, and then a dash of soft rye and an edge of saltiness, some honey as a
                side-dish; softly spiced, oaky, busy start; then a powerful delivery of natural toffee. A playfully biting, tastebud-nipping character tries to add momentum; chocolate toffee balances out the
                vanilla and ensures a dry, slightly oily and long finish; the best aroma from the JBB Small Batch selection; softer on the tastebuds than the previous bottlings, but still a power player.'

Japanese        NIKKA Pure Malt 'Black' Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                 £20.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE -95 POINTS - 'An exquisitely crafted nose; studied peat in luxuriant yet deft proportions nestling amid some honeyed malt and oak. The balance between
                sweet and dry is faultless. There is neither a single off-note nor a ripple of disharmony. The kind of nose you can sink your head into and simply disappear; for all the evident peat, this is a
                medium-weighted, the subtlety encashed in a gentle cloak of oil; long, silky, fabulously weighted peat running a sweet course through some surging malt and liquorice tones with a bit of salt
                in there for zip; well, if anyone can show me a better-balanced whiskey than this you know where to get hold of me. You open a bottle of this at your peril: best to do so in the company of
                friends. Either way, it will be empty before the night is over.'

Japanese        NIKKA Pure Malt 'White' Half Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                 £20.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 92 POINTS - Massive, Islay-style peat with a fresh sea kick thanks to brine amid the barley; again, the peat-reek hangs firmly on the tastebuds from the
                word go, the sweetness of the barley tempered by some drying oaky notes suggesting reasonable age. Lots of subtle oils bind the complexity; liquorice and salt combine to create a powerful
                malty-oak combo. An oily, kippery smokiness continues to the very end; a big peaty number displaying the most subtle of hands.'

Japanese        NIKKA YOICHI 10 Year Old Single Malt Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £44.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE -93 POINTS - 'Big oak influence: bourbony in character with ripe plums, too. One assumes local oak has been used; seriously big bourbon character:
                massively sweet, rich deep barley and the lightest rumble of peat; gentle, oily with some molassed sugar on the rolling smoke; this is a seriously big whiskey for the serious whiskey drinker.
                Amazingly high-quality malt where the wood plays the dominant role but leaves space enough for malt development. '

American        OLD FITZGERALD 8 Year Old Bourbon Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                           £23.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE -90 POINTS - 'Ethereal corn and wheat; lush and sweet arrival with a mixture of sugar and honey on the corn; the wheat fizzes around the roof of the
                mouth; remains sweet with a late citrus surge and then drier vanilla tones; light yet big. The sweetness is enormous but avoids going OTT thanks to excellent oak balance. A delight and the
                best of the Old Fitz range by a country mile.'


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Welsh           PENDERYN Single Malt Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                        £35.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 89 POINTS - 'A sharp freshness from the Madeira casks is very apparent; there is a boiled sweet fruitiness also while the malt is ethereal; big malt weight
                defies the nose, clean yet pleasantly cluttered; the fruit returns here for a surprisingly chunky contest with thick malt; exceptional balance and charisma for a whisky so young.'

American        SOUTHERN COMFORT American Liqueur Whisky Litre (G)                                                                                                                                     £24.25
Japanese        SUNTORY Hakushu 12 Year Old Japanese Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £46.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 95 POINTS - 'Fresh clean malt with the vaguest hint of peat imaginable, but such is the clarityof the nose it can be spotted; just wonderful crispness to the
                mouthwatering barley, gristy and fresh with a building of stupendous peaty spices; beautifully refined with some oak just offering extra chewability; this is one of the best distillery-bottled
                whiskies since the turn of the new millennium. Simply magnificent

Irish           THE TYRCONNELL Single Malt Irish Whiskey Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                    £24.95
                JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 89 POINTS - 'Oranges and cedar, clean malt and courteous oak; blemish free, so clean and mouthwatering but with a hint of something almost salty; pretty
                long with the malt continuing to buzz around the palate. The vanilla also begins to show well; this is easily the best Tyrconnell yet. Enormous thought and work has gone into the cask
                selection.'

American        VIRGINIA GENTLEMAN (45%) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £16.95
American        WILD TURKEY Rare Breed (54.1%) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £31.50
                A brand that stands for American heritage and pride, Wild Turkey is the world's top-selling premium Bourbon. As it's advertising states: 'Not the latest thing, the genuine thing'.

American        WOODFORD Reserve Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                            £27.95
                Woodford Reserve is a super-premium small batch bourbon with roots at the Labrot & Graham Distillery (circa 1812), a National Historic Landmark in the bluegrass region of central
                Kentucky.
                It is a bourbon of exceptional depth and character, with a complex, full-bodied taste and uniquely smooth finish. Since it's inception, Woodford Reserve has developed an international
                following, culminating in its coveted Gold Medal award at the 2001 International Wine & Spirits Competition in London.
                It is already the best selling super-premium bourbon in Kentucky, the homeland of bourbon.




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                                                                        Whisky (Scottish)
Malt           CARDHU 12 Year Old Single Malt Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                              £29.95
               JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE -90 POINTS - 'Just about the cleanest, most uncluttered, pure, sweet malt you will ever find, a touch of apple, perhaps, giving an extra dimension; again the
               malt is pure and rich, just a thread of oak adding some dryness and depth; vanilla and malt; I remember at a tasting in America once being asked to define "malt whisky". I answered with one
               word; Cardhu. Because no whisky, even the exceptional Glen Moray, is quite as intensely malty as this and, although it may lack overall complexity, the sheer beauty of this malt has been
               one I have savoured for over 20 years and never once seen a drop in quality or been disappointed by it.'

Scotch         PIG'S NOSE Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                  £22.50
               Pigs Nose is an exceptionally fine five year old blended whisky, created by Richard Patterson, Scotland's only third generation master blender as a companion for Sheep Dip. The blend
               contains a high percentage (40%) of malt whiskies, principally from Speyside, the name comes from the farming expression "soft as a pig's nose."
               The colour is rich with golden copper highlights and the nose is delicate and refined. Soft sensual floral notes arise in perfect harmony supported by an attractive array of complex fruit
               flavours. Melon, pear and orange with a hint of almonds conclude this profusion of charming nuances. On the palate the finesse and elegance give way to a majestic assertion of pure malty
               flavours drawn from the four distilling regions of Scotland. Each area forges and makes its own inimitable contribution to this outstanding pure malt - the main accent being expressed from
               the Highlands and Speyside Valleys.

Scotch         ROB ROY (50% Malt) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                          £12.95
               JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 88 POINTS - 'Lots of malt activity but the grain is firm and biting; the tastebuds are given a good going over with a really delightful array of malty tones
               ranging from fresh and grassy to subtly peated; tends towards dry with vanilla, cocoa, some rising peat and toffee; a profound whisky with big malt character and impressive complexity. A
               real no-nonsense, blend-drinker's dram.



               Blended
Scotch         BELLS 8 Year Old Blended Whisky Litre (G)                                                                                                                                              £20.95
Scotch         FAMOUS GROUSE Whisky Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                         £20.95
Scotch         JOHNNIE WALKER Red Label Litre (G)                                                                                                                                                     £21.95
               JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 78 POINTS - 'The salivating freshness on the palate is undermined by the heavy toffee which flattens what looked like developing into a slightly peaty finale.'

Scotch         SILVER BARLEY Blended Scotch Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                £12.95

               DeLuxe
Scotch         DIMPLE HAIG 15 Year Old De Luxe Whisky Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                      £26.95
               A classic deluxe blend that has stood the test of time. Based on Glenkinchie with traces of other more northerly distilleries, Dimple benefits from an extended marrying period. Rich,
               smooth and complex.

Scotch         JOHNNIE WALKER Green Label Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                  £29.95
               JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 92 POINTS - 'This is one of the best vatted noses on the market: superb complexity, relatively peatless but still boasting big weight amid some fresher
               Speyside notes; bingo! Serious flavour explosion which leans towards malty sweetness with a gradual fade-in of drier oak; now some oils arrive, plus a little mint suggesting good age; this is
               easily one of the best vatted malts in the market, pretty sweet, too.'



               Highland
Malt           ARRAN 'First' Malt (46%) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £35.95
Malt           ARRAN Malt Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                                  £26.95
               JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE -87 POINTS - 'Buttery, fresh, soft a pinch of coke-smoke, very complex, with some apples thrown in; sweet, silky, natural cream-toffee and vanilla: the malt
               intensity is phenomenal, the weight on the palete confident and rewarding; remains gentle with further vanilla which is chewy and long. Some really tantalising spices make a late extra
               additon; an immensely soft and soothing dram showing rich creamy style. I have tasted the last two bottlings, the last of which was in march 2003. And I have to say it is getting better and
               better. For all its relatively tender years, this is unambiguously great whisky - and one must now ask: a classic in the making?

Malt           DALMORE 12 Year Old Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                         £29.95
               JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE -91 POINTS - 'Big, fruity, firm, a threat of smoke, weighty; well-muscled malt surge followed by clean fruity tones, immaculate mouth-presence and
               bitter-sweet balance; long, tapering fruit-malt residue, some brown sugar coating and uncomplicated oak; simply one of the great Highland malt whiskies at just the perfect age: what I would
               do to see this unplugged at 46% minimum and no bottling hall interference.'

Malt           DALMORE Cigar Malt (40%) Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                    £33.95
               The colour is deep, golden mahogany, the nose is firm and positive. An outstanding array of malty congeners explode in a complex, distinguished manner. Elegant and refined. Pleasant notes
               of citrus, heavy fruits flaunt themselves in a stylish but forceful bouquet - yet an even balance prevails as the soft sherry tones complete this gallery of aromas and on the palate the strong
               malty flavours tantalise the tongue - covering it with a cloak of classic flavours which linger long in the mouth. This outstanding taste is a perfect accompaniment with the finest of tobacco -
               both compliment each other. However, to fully appreciate these fine attributes time must be allowed in the mouth - the repository of knowledge and fulfilment. A multitude of flavours rise
               to the occasion and generate a glowing aftertaste.

Malt           DALWHINNIE 15 Year Old Malt Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                                 £27.95
               JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 94 POINTS - 'Sublime stuff: a curious mixture of coke smoke and peat-reek wafts teasingly over the gently honied malt. A hint of melon offers some fruit
               but the caressing malt stars; that rarest of combinations: at once silky and malt intense, yet at the same time peppery and tin-hat time for the tastebuds, but the silk wins out and a sheen of
               barley sugar coats everything, soft peat included; some cocoa and coffee notes, yet the pervading slightly honied sweetness means that there is no bitterness that cannot be controlled; a malt
               it is hard to decide whether to drink or bath in: I suggest you do both. One of the most complete mainland malts of them all. Know anyone who reckons they don't like whisky? Give them a
               glass of this - that's them cured. Oh, if only the average masterpiece could be this good.'

Malt           GLENFIDDICH 12 Year Old Reserve Malt Bottle (G)                                                                                                                                        £24.95
               JIM MURRAY'S WHISKY BIBLE - 80 POINTS - 'Delicious malt but perhaps a touch too much caramel subtracts from the otherwise juicy maltiest. Just not the same as the old (younger)
               version. Much flatter and less fun than its predecessor.'
               The first spirit flowed from the stills at The Glenfiddich Distillery on Christmas Day 1887. Since then, the quality of Glenfiddich Special Reserve has been sustained by never compromising
               the traditional standards of production - Glenfiddich is the only Highland single malt to be distilled, matured and bottled at its own distillery.

Malt           GLENFIDDICH 15