4 bottles of the good stuff right here.
Neleman, Chardonnay Muscat.
This Spanish wine is made up of 70% Chardonnay and 30% Muscat. The Chardonnay offers structure, acidity and body, while the Muscat adds a generous, but not overpowering, aromatic profile of Lychee, Mango, Rose petal and even Turkish delight. Serve chilled and enjoy with aromatic or spicy food.
Domaine de l'Espigouette, Côtes du Rhône Blanc.
Opulent and aromatic while keeping it fresh. 70% Viognier 25% Grenache 5% Marsanne with a quarter of the juice being fermented in OLD oak barrels to give a little plushness without any actual oakiness.
Don't be afraid! Wood lets the wine breathe a little which can round it out, as opposed to being completely fermented in steel.
Really tasty - a fresh Autumn morning in a bottle.
Dva Duby, Impera.
Volcanic soils lend a delicious smoky and deep savouriness to these wines that's perfectly offset by pure and delicate strawberry and raspberry notes. Probably one of our favourite wines we've tasted in the past 6 months.
This is one for lovers of reds from Mount Etna, or those looking for a certain type of minerality from Burgundy, or a lighter nebbiolo kind of vibe.
Faurar, Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon Feteasca Neagra 2016.
An intense ruby in colour with purple highlights, this blend of Feteascå Neagrå, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot is bursting full of red and black fruit aromas. Smooth tannins and a velvety mouthfeel create a harmonious wine with concentrated fruit flavours of blackberries, black cherries, coffee and dried fruits.
70% is aged in Romanian oak for a round and opulent mouthfeel. This is like right bank Bordeaux without the price tag.
£71.00 Regular Price