An ample, juicy fresh, new release red starring Merlot. Not typically Italian, but using grapes from the eastern side – Abruzzo and gastronomic Romagna – it combines rich, cherry, berry notes with a lively freshness. Easy going red, sure to please.
Presenting a thrilling new Rioja from the impressive Manzanos family, who’ve been crafting sumptuous wines here for nearly two centuries. Made from organically grown Garnacha, in the modern fruit-first style, it’s ripe, juicy with just a hint of oak.
Not just a play-on-words – exquisite Provence rosé
Provence remains supreme for classy pinks. Not always cheap, but our Buyer Jean-Marc knows that Aix offers quality with value. Using Provence’s classic grapes, the cellar there has captured the pretty berry fruit, stony citrus notes and savoury riff.
British wine critic Will Lyons wrote: “Put quite simply there were some sensational wines made in Bordeaux in 2015 and anyone who enjoys drinking claret will love them.” Château Roquegrave is a prime example, boasting no fewer than four Gold medals.
In Riverina, a small patch of SE Australia, something akin to magic happens when you blend rich, spicy Shiraz and smooth, dark Durif. This one comes from the third and fourth generations of the Calabria family, some of our oldest mates Down Under.
Armagh Shiraz is one of Australia’s most sought after wines, courtesy of Jim Barry. This superb Clare Valley red is from the same family cellar and premium region. The Barry team reckon 2016 is a 10 out of 10 vintage – a glorious, rich Shiraz Cab.
Take a sip of this delightful Provençal rosé and let its beguiling floral aromas and delicate berry fruit transport you to France’s beautiful, unspoiled Mediterranean shores. Lightly refreshing, this pink is full of the joys of summer all year round!
No wonder this is King of the North. It's a fabulous pure Syrah red, powered by a portion from highly prized Hermitage and another from slightly lower down the hill in Crozes Hermitage. A silky, deep masterpiece from the outstanding Cave de Tain.
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