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Matured in Oloroso butts and bottled at natural cask strength without chill filtration. Released in limited edition batches, each varying slightly from the last. Spicy, full and creamy with intense notes of orange, dark chocolate, sherry and oak.
Medium-bodied Sake with a savoury, earthy character.
A true grower's Rioja! Only around 800 cases were produced of this superb Rioja Reserva, from the famed 2004 vintage. Maturing nicely (but still with many years left in it), this wine offers intensity and balance rarely found at this price point.
In The Whisky Bible 2016, Murray awards Amrut Fusion Single Malt Whisky a massive 97 points! A fabulous whisky in Amrut's best style, a touch of peat adding complexity and richness.
From famed Argentinian winemaker Anonio Mas comes this 50:50 blend of Malbec: Cab Sauvignon. Vinified and aged separately in oak before being blended after a year, this wine has complexity, power and persistence. Super.
Officially launched in 2006, this 10 year old lies at the heart of the Isle of Arran range and exudes all the honeyed richness we have come to associate with this island distillery.
Peru's national drink, and the vital component to a pisco sour! This is a grape brandy which is perfect in cocktails or starigh up. Hints of citrus peel and dark cocoa, remarkably complex for a white spirit.
Cracking Premier Cru Burgundy, well structured with mouth-watering fleshy white fruits and citrus backed by toasty, buttery notes and a classy touch of minerality.
This is a fantastic White Burgundy that delivers tremendous value for money. Lovely, full and rich with lots of toasty, buttery notes yet balanced by delicate white fruit and citrus.
This 2006 Peat Smoke marries elegant but powerful peat wafts with rich, fruity malt and a touch of earthy tobacco.
Fresh and exotic! Three types of tea provide a herbaceous back-bone, whist lemongrass and seeds of paradise give a clean kick of citrus and spice.
By special order. Allow 4 day lead time. Biscuity nose, rich, full-bodied palate balanced by fresh acidity and a soft, delicate mousse. A stylish Champagne.
This is a bewitching, delectable and luxurious gin; its citrus freshness excites and stimulates the taste buds allowing you to experience a starburst of flavours as they explode across the palate.
Lovely, supple, fruit driven Chardonnay from Western Australia. Lots of fresh stone fruit and tropical flavour with a touch of creamy oak to add complexity.
A great example of the approachable wines coming out of Margaret River, this Shiraz is full of delicious red fruits and classic peppery spices whilst remaining soft and supple.
£8.25 RRP: £9.95
Classic Cabernet Sauvignon with New World charm. Rich cherry, plum and stone fruit flavours with soft, mellow tannins.
A full and punchy Beaujolais that delivers big red fruits on the nose and palate, all backed up by black pepper spices. Top quality from a top Beaujolais Cru!
From the esteemed Domaines Ott. Full, fresh and crisp with echoes of the fruity aromas amplified by citrus zest and sweet spices
This is essentially traditional method Prosecco. Big aromas of freshly baked bread crusts, acacia flowers, and crisp apples, lemons and grapefruit. Very dry and refreshing with a strong mineral core and good structure all the way to the finish.
Bright, lifted, fresh aromas of red and dark fruits. On the palate it is slightly creamy yet very fresh with a hint of spice on the finish. Lovely balance, very bright and easy to drink. Excellent example of Puglian Primitivo. And biodynamic to boot.
Mostly old vines, hand-harvested, foot trodden and open-fermented, before ageing in ancient large casks, and bottling unfiltered. Crunchy baga fruit, with redcurrant and cranberry, overlain with a brush with the forest floor.
Deep red colour with aromas of red fruits such as strawberries and plums. Hints of vanilla and white pepper. Fresh and well balanced, with smooth tannins making this ideal for drinking with or without food..
Locally grown, early harvest Herefordshire Rhubarb meets award winning Herefordshire Potato Vodka to create this stunning spirit. Creamy and soft with a wonderful naturally sweet rhubarb flavour.
A little smoky at first on the nose, this gives way to deep plummy fruit aromas. Rich on the palate with sweet currants and cherry notes backed by an underlying peppery spice and oak tones.
Anything but a 'savage bear' this is a soft yet earthy Beaujolais. Full of ripe black fruits lifted with notes of crushed violets. Blueberry and redcurrants intermingle in the mid-palate before a hint of spice rounds out the finish.
Made using the familys unique ancestral method, this sparkling wine is a blend of Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay and Cabernet Franc. This makes the perfect aperitif, and is ideal for any kind of celebration.
The 2011 de Pez already shows great richness of sweet dark berries, currants and cherry fruit, balanced with roasted coffee notes. Pure, textured and very full-bodied.
Marmalade, dried mango, quince and apple blossom. Glorious sweetness wrapped in the trademark Sauternes acidity to give it balance, complexity and deliciousness. It's no wonder this is one of the leading 1er Cru wines of Sauternes.
An outstanding wine from an outstanding vintage. Beautiful dark red fruit driven flavour with underlying spices and fine tannins.
No gimmicks. No fuss. Just top-notch small batch gin distilled in Dorset from British wheat spirit and New Forest Spring Water.
A super white wine from Down Ampney, made by the Royal Agricultural College. Predominantly Ortega, it's fresh, with notes of peach alongside a zingy finish - think quality German Riesling.
This is benchmark Sancerre with all the minerally, herbal, citrus zing that you could ever wish for. Classic and full, one to savour after a hard day!
Excellent value red Burgundy a little off the beaten track, lots of lovely soft red fruits on the palate with noce touches of oak and gentle acidity.
Pass the Cookies is a rich, golden sweet wine with fragrant notes of acacia, nuts, vanilla and honey. Delicious as an aperitif or with all manner of desserts.
A delicious Chianti Superiore full of ripe red fruits, hints of crushed violets and wondefully crunchy cherry. Beautifully integrated tannins, along with well judged acidity makes this a food wine par excellence!
Brimming with local botanicals this gin made on the Atlantic edge of Europe has a real sense of place. Crisp and floral.
A fine Chablis, with an inviting nose of elderflower and fresh melon. A round yet delicate style, with a fruit forward profile making it very approachable and a fine choice with chicken dishes.
The old vines that produce this Chablis allow for a great concentration of flavour to develop. Exotic hints of nectarine are lifted by fresh watermelon and a fine wisp of minerality.
Lovely and uncomplicated, this is a really good quality quaffer. Nice subtle fruit and a hint of Loire minerality, Sauvignon at its crisp, refreshing best!
Charming Syrah-Grenache from Southern France. Mulberries and blackberries, tinged with some oaky spice, and a generous finish.
An Irish gin from made with juniper, angelica, orris, caraway, coriander, meadowsweet, cardamom, star anise and vapour infused oriental lemon and lime, fresh grapefruit and, finally, gunpowder tea!
A beautiful rounded wine- delicate with a fine, complex nose with the freshness of Chenin Blanc, floral Chardonnay and fruity Pinot Noir from 50-year-old vines.
From terraced vineyards at the back of Table Mountain. Textured ripe berry fruit complemented by baking spice and crushed pepper. Juicy tannins and a persistent aftertase. Quite possibly South Africa's best single varietal Merlot.
Small batch Edinburgh Gin infused with freshly picked Elderflowers. Simply pair this with Prosecco or Champagne for the perfect sunny day cocktail!
Made by infusing small batch Edinburgh Gin with Perthshire raspberries. Perfect marriage of sweetness and tart fruit. Just grab a bottle of bubbly and mix for the perfect Kir Imperial.
Tangy rhubarb and warming ginger meet in this delicious liqueur. Try with Prosecco for a summer cocktail or with ginger ale for a winter warmer!
From Scotland's smallest working distillery, this 12 year old has spent the last four years of its maturation in Oloroso Sherry casks resulting in a whisky with a plump, fruity nose, featuring figs, sultanas and a hint of cloves.
A really high quality Cream Liqueur made by the guys at Edradour, using their fantastic single malt whisky to create an excellent tipple!
Rammed full of the hallmarks of top quality dry German Riesling. Bags of zesty, zingy citrus peel and crunchy green apples. A touch of herbaceous balance to the streak of lime, with strong, zippy, mineral finish. Sex in a bottle.
From the renowned owners of Chateau Beaucastel comes this value for money cracker from the cooler slopes of Mont Ventoux. Bright red fruits and cherries, with a dry and spicy finish.
Structured with an interesting freshness and good flavour of citrus fruits with exotic hints and a delicate minerality. Lovely aperetif, or pair with shellfish or sushi.
A balanced and intricate blend of 30 botanicals, including rosehip, thyme and even sloes give this a fragrant and fruity character. This style is further enhanced by the addition of a splash of off-dry riesling. Yummy!
Delicious Premier cru Mercurey that is ready to drink now. Light but with real presence in the mouth, flavours and aromas of red fruit and sweet spice and a long finish.
Gently matured for fifteen years in Glen Scotia's finest American oak barrels before bottling. The signature nose has hints of vanilla oak, interwoven with the subtle notes of sea spray and spicy aromatic fruits.
One of those effortless wines. Driven by ripe red-fruit flavours, with violets, red berries and black pepper spice. Like a fresh English summer pudding with a crack of pepper. One bottle won't be enough
A little more delicate and floral than its Oakville big brother, this Napa Cabernet Sauvignon still packs a punch. Plenty of solid, juicy red fruits to make this a real mouthful, backed up by cedar and herb notes.
A much lighter, fresher style of Napa Chardonnay here- only a tiny portion ever sees oak so this wine is all about the delicious, ripe fruits with very subtle hints of toasty vanilla. A perfect all rounder!
Delicious and approachable Cabernet Sauvignon from some of Napa's finest sub-regions. Medium weight with lots of bright fruit on the nose and palate, silky smooth with a creamy, chocolate like finish.
100% Cabernet Franc from sixth generation producers, made in the heart of the Loire. An abundance of red fruit with gentle spice and soft tannins.
A single-etstate gin where the distillery sits next to the wheat fields. This control of all stages of production shows through in a sensational dry gin.
A plump and seductive nose, full of berries and southern French herbaceous notes draw you in to a brightly flavoured wine with all the Rhone boxes checked! Fruit, spice and a hint of licquorice in this deftly balanced offering.
Deliciously full and rich, this Pinot Gris shows exotic fruit and subtle spice all kept in check by a lovely zesty acidity. Perfect for those spicy dishes!
This five generation old Alsatian winery knows what it is doing when it comes to Riesling. Dry and crisp with racy lime fruit and refreshing acidity.
The timelessly stylish signature of Krug; a breathtaking champagne that effortlessly balances richness and freshness, power and finesse. A sensational Grand Cru experience.
Delightful nose full of ripe cherries and plum. Rich mouthfeel with a good intensity of pure fruit which matches up well to the velvety tannins and good acidity.
A great expression of unoaked Douro red. Lovely, ripe dark fruits with a bit of an herbaceous edge, and minerality from the schist soils. Soft tannins (for a Douro) and an elegant, fruity finish.
From the Tobermory distillery on Mull. Medium bodied and quite rich, with notes of spice, dried fruit and smoke.
Special pricing as part of our Super Sevens range. Super blend of Fateasca Neagra and Pinot Noir. Available in-store only.
Rich, sweet and velvety in the mouth with intense flavours of dates and figs. Pedro Ximenez at its opulent best!
Mackmyra's core expression is a light Swedish whisky matured primarily in first fill bourbon barrels but also includes whisky aged in Sherry and Swedish oak casks too as well as some smokier malt, which all adds to the complexity.
These guys know how to make a Barossa Shiraz, the spice notes are evident from the first moment you take a whiff and the abundance of fruit is there throughout. Great length of finish, one for a big plate of meat!
Beautifully made off dry Chenin Blanc from the Loire
From one of the pioneering houses of Rioja, this stunning limited release Gran Reserva Rioja has all the class and complexity you could ever want in a wine.
The first still at Maxime Trijol was installed in November 1859. Today they run twenty two 2,500 litre Charente stills, making them one of the oldest and largest Cognac producers. This VSOP shows off their expertise, fruity on both nose and palate with developed complex flavours and a warm, inviting finish.
Bold and brutish, this is a fantastically punch Carmenere from the stunning Elqui Valley in Chile. Bursting full of black fruits, well structured, and finishing with a hint of smoke, dark chocolate, and espresso it's utterly delicious!
A pretty and complex Pinot Noir from the Robinson Vineyard at the Moorooduc Estate. A fine example of why the Mornington Peninsula is quickly becoming Australia's premier cool-climate growing region and why it's gaining a great reputation for Pinot.
An exceptional dry rosé in the gastronomic style. A hint of oak gives wonderful texture and balance allowing this wine to stand up to great food. Soft vanilla plays with pear drops and strawberry notes on the palate.
Stunning Barbaresco with a lush, velvety texture. It delivers fresh berry aromas which are carefully balanced against emerging notes of leather,sweet red cherries, menthol and liquorice
Really good quality Prosecco from the famed Valdobbiadene. Classy with lovely soft bubbles, rich fruit and honey notes yet remaining dry, crisp and fresh!
The vineyard lies directly opposite the farm in the cooler valley with slower ripening, producing wines with compact structure, cool fruit flavours and vibrant, lengthy acidity. Just a light touch of oak for this Chardonnay expression.
This wine ages 4-6 years in large old oak vats; LBV fills the gap between the rubies and the vintage ports as a Ruby should be drunk quite young and a Vintage Port may need 15 to 20 years to show well.
A young but authentic tawny, with freshness and primary fruit, but with developed pipe-aged character too. Trodden and fermented in granite lagares, this is then aged in port pipes to accelerate oxidative development.
With far less residual sugar than for normal ports (about a third, at under 50 g/L), it can be enjoyed chilled as an aperitif, or perhaps as a tall drink mixed with tonic or soda. It'll also freshen-up mature nutty cheeses.
At the sweeter end of the Brut scale, yet so delicate it appeals to all! Plenty of fresh fruit and white flowers with a creamy texture and a rich vein of acidity.
From higher altitude vineyards situated in the Najarilla valley in Rioja. Three months barrel ageing add a real creamy quality to the lemon freshness of the wine.
Spicy and smooth, Ireland's best-selling whiskey. Aged in bourbon barrels and offering a good hit of flavour for the price.
Considered by many to be the benchmark Portuguese Alvarinho, this is a tremendous wine. Incredibly tangy and fresh on the palate with ripe red apple, stone fruits and citrus, and a finish which never does....
Aromatic and complex, this white Port is brimming with tropical, exotic and spicy notes. One of the best white Ports to come out of the Douro!
A ruby style Port with real character. Deep, dark and intense with plum, raspberry and cherry fruits, a touch of spice and balanced sweetness.
Fruit was grown on carefully managed, low cropping, vineyards in Marlboroughs Wairau Valley. With a little help from Mother Nature the fruit ripened to produce an outstanding example of Pinot Noir, packed full of flavour.
Rapaura Springs Sauvignon Blanc has a broad range of fine fruit flavours from across the various Marlborough sub-regions. A quintessential Kiwi Sauvignon Blanc, its sure to impress!
Delicious blackcurrant and blueberry flavours. With a touch of white pepper, silky tannins and good structure, this Barbera, pleasingly fleshy in the mouth, is a delight. Chill slightly if you want to drink it as they do in Asti.
With 18 months in French oak, and the purity and structure that comes with altitude and great soils, this is one of the best expressions of single varietal Malbec to come out of Argentina (95pts - Tim Atkins).
A great alternative to Champagne and different in style to Prosecco, Franciacorta is a wine that is unfairly overlooked. Great fruit and weight, soft and dry on the palate with flavours of apple, peach and brioche.
Gorgeous Piedmont red that strikes a perfect balance between bright fruit and rustic earthiness. Drinks beautifully alongside any game meats!
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