Only produced in years of outstanding quality, the first vintage was in 2004. It is recognised as one of the finest Portuguese reds ever produced with the vineyard itself being over 80 years old. Suitable for drinking now, but it will continue to age for the next 25 or so years...
Primerios Anos is a wine that represents both tradition and the new, with 'first grapes' coming from vineyards that are between 3 to 9 years. An elegant treat from that is incredibly smooth with rich fruit flavours and touches of sweet spice...
An impressive 2017 Vintage Port from Alves de Sousa which has lots of character, balance and ageing potential. Only grapes from two of the best vines in the family are chosen combining the concentration of Quinta da Oliveirinha in Cima Corgo and the elegance of Quinta da Gaivosa in Baixo Corgo...
The grapes for this wine come from very low yielding vines from two regions which has been aged in 400 litre French oak barrels for a minimum of nine months on lees and a further 12 months in the bottle. A truly stunning wine that will age well for the next 15 years...
The sub-regions of Moncao and Malgaco are where the grapes have came from to produce this Alvarinho. These areas have their own microclimate which allows for the grapes to develop unique characteristics. All grapes are handpicked and matured on fine lees for a minimum of three months with regular ba..
A wine that is drinking very well at the moment but that will also benefit from that little bit more ageing for the next eight years. Traditionally this grape variety is from Lima, but this is a great example from the Vinho Verde...
A Strawberry Vodka that works well when sipped neat or added as twist to a Cosmopolitan! It has its own unique vintage as no two crops of fresh strawberries at the same. Expect a naturally fruity vodka with touches of butterscotch.Please note that the vintage of this may be different to the one pict..
This is a single varietal Crianza consisting of 100% Tempranillo or Tinta del Pais as it's known locally. The vineyards sit at an altitude of 800 meters above sea level and as a result the grapes have a wonderful natural acidity and due to the great exposure they have great concentration of flavour...
This is a stunning single varietal from the Ribera del Duero consisting of 100% Tempranillo or Tintas del Pais as it's referred to locally. The wine undergoes malolactic fermentation for 62 days after which only the best wine is chosen to be further aged in new French oak before bottling. The winery..
A light Salmon colour meets the eye, this Rose can be enjoyed all year round but particularly works well with a Summer barbecue. The ageing on the lees has resulted in an intense aroma and a lovely texture. ..
A very easy drinking Kinsale Pale Ale from Blacks Brewery, which has been brewed using both Cascade and Citra hops. Incredibly clean and crisp on the palate with grapefruit flavours as well as tropical fruits and malty sweetness...
Another very fine sherry from Bodegas Tradicion, this amontillado, with an average of over 43 years of age, is the result of a blend of a selection of soleras from Jerez, El Puerto de Santa María and Sanlúcar de Barrameda, and has some unique characteristics...
This traditional Jerez wine has a stunning array of developed flavours to offer. Crafted using oxidative ageing process (with no flor and in total contact with the oxygen), this uses exclusively palomino grapes. The result is a confident, balanced and versatile wine which is gentle yet rich in flavo..
A fantastic young, sweet PX sherry, this has an average age of 22 years. Fresh and fruity with prominent dried fruit flavours, this is made using the same ageing methods as those of solera wines and by means of oxidative ageing. A viscous, velvety liquid with extraordinarily intense and rich aromas...
This is the second wine from Chateau Cantenac-Brown in Margaux and is a superb introduction to the estate. The wine is made from a classic blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc and is matured in French oak for 12 months. This exceptional vintage is drinking beautifully now and will..
The grapes grown in the Cote Du Roussillon Villages are grown at higher altitude to combat the Mediterranean climate. 2019 was a low yielding vintage that produced marvelously concentrated grapes. Made from 40% Syrah, 30% Carignan and 30% Grenache Noir from three distinctly different soil types, thi..
La Planette shows fantastic typicity of the La Liviniere regions altitude. Consisting of 40% Syrah, 40% Grenache Noir and 20% Mourvédre, grown in a high limestone plateau. The wine is aged in for 12 months in French oak barrels that had been used to age white wine for 6 months. Shows great ageing po..
Le Rock comes from the higher slopes of the Corbíeres and is made from 60% Syrah, 30% Grenache and 10% Mourvédre. It spends 6 months is cement vats before being transferred to once used oak barrels where it is aged for a further 12 months. Shows fantastic ageiing potential. ..
Collioure is a very difficult terrain to grow grapes however when everything comes together t produces some of the finest wines in the Languedoc, Les Elmes is no exception. On the coast, the grapes are very much influenced by the sea. Made up of 80% Grenache, 10% Mourvédre and 10% Syrah. The wine is..
This Minervois consists of 60% Syrah, 20% Carignan and 20% Grenache. The wine is aged on lees for 1 year in concrete vats giving this wine a silky smooth texture and uniqueness hard to find in the region. The grapes are grown from vines in clay-limestone soils and show good minerality. ..
With a large annual rainfall and summer storms there is a large underground water supply in the lesser know region of Montpeyroux. This gives the vines here plenty of minerals even during times of drought. With each vintage continuing to impress the region is starting to gain notoriety. This w..
St Chinian is an area far better known for its reds. However the seemingly arid and rocky region is abundant with different terroirs. The first vintage in 2016 proved that this area could create unique and superb whites also. Made up of 40% White Grenache, 30% Roussanne, 20% Vermentino and 10% Viogn..
Terrasses du Larzac is an area best known for its special climate. Being its location to the sea and the Causse allow for cool air to flow in summer nights where day time temperatures are very high. This in turn greatly influences the quality of the wine as it slows the grapes maturation process giv..
2019 spring rains allowed the vines in Cotes du Brian to grow a perfect crop. The very hot summer which followed was balanced out, due to the geographical location, with cool night temperatures. Grown in clay - limestone soils this wine is made from 100% Carignan that comes from a solitary group of ..
The Gewurztraminer grape has a deep rooted history in Tramin, northern Italy. The combination of climate, altitude and terroir suit the grape perfectly and allow it to express its wonderful typicity. The generous exposure and cool breezes bring the grapes to ripeness each year with amazing concentra..
Nussbaumer is the jewel in the crown of Cantina Tramin and its is right up there with the best Alsatian Gewurztraminers. Nussbaumer is the most awarded Gewurztraminer in Italy. The wine, while drinking well now, has ageing potential for the next 20+ years with careful cellaring. ..
This international grape variety suits the climate and terroir of northern Italy. The altitude of Cantina Tramins vineyards coupled with the large difference in day and night temperatures, bring out the freshness and intense aromatic nature of Sauvignon Blanc. ..
The Cantina Tramin Moriz is named after the patron of a small village above Tramin. The grapes grow at an altitude of 550 meters and the extreme shifts in temperatures between day and night are perfect for the grapes to thrive in. ..
The grapes for this wine are grown at an altitude of 350 meters and get very generous exposure. There are big swings between day and night temperatures which is ideal for ripening grapes with great concentration. ..
The grapes are grown at an altitude of 400 meters providing the grapes with a brilliant natural acidity and the huge swings between day and night temperatures are ideal for them to ripen with a deep concentration of flavour. This is a superb value for money Pinot Grigio and represents the terroir of..
This late harvest Gewurztraminer is a a dessert wine with incredible depth of flavour and striking balance. The grapes used are dried until December and fermented in small French oak barrels for a period of 12 months. After bottling the wine is matured for a further 2 months before release. This win..
Stoan is a very unique blend of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Blanc and Gewurztraminer and demonstrates the wonderful creativity of the Cantina Tramin winemaker. The grapes are grown at an altitude of mostly 600 meters in mineral rich soils, helping to produce one of Italy's finest and most exp..
This is a wine of extremely high standards with complexity far beyond what you might expect from a standard Pinot Grigio. The first vintage was produced in 1989 and has received critical acclaim ever since. It has ageing potential for the next 6 to 10 years with careful cellaring...
This is the second wine from Chateau Suduiraut, it was made in a more approachable style in the sense that it can be enjoyed much younger then the first wine. It will however reward careful cellaring for years to come...
Chateau Cantenac-Brown received grand cru classification in 1855. Now run by the Simon Halabi family the estate continues to produce wines of stunning character with incredible ageing potential. Made from Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot the wine is aged in French oak for 12 to 14 months. It will age a..
The family of Malet Roquefort have said that this particular chateau is very close to their hearts. The wine made here is given the same level of attention as their Grand Crus. The wine is a stunning blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon and is matured in a mixture of steel tanks an..
2016 in the Medoc had an exceptional climate and it led to the grapes being harvested late. Comprised of Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc, the wine is aged in 40% new French oak for a period of 18 months. While drinking very well now it will continue to develop for the next 10..
A fantastically smooth drinking red from the Beaujolais region with soft tannins and an abundance of red fruit flavours. Made using exclusively Gamay grapes, this is made using a semi-carbonic maceration for about 5 days, a technique which is inherently linked with the Beaujolais region from which t..
The 2016 vintage of the Ducru Beaucaillou has received some of the highest praise in wine, with James suckling giving it an incredible 99+ out of 100! It has outstanding ageing potential and will continue to develop majestically for years to come. Winemaker Bruno Boire has taken Ducru Beau..
This is the second wine from Chateau Durfort Vivens is made using biodynamic techniques and is a very strong introduction to this Margaux estate. Predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon the wine displays incredible typicity even at such a young age...
In 2016 the Chateau was purchased by Domaine Comte de Malet Roquefort. Production remains in its own cellar and is done by the wine making team of Chateau La Gaffeliere. This superb value for money Saint Emilion Grand Cru should be enjoyed now. ..
Chateau Lynch-Bages received Grand Cru classification in 1855. Over time the style has been refined to give each vintage consistent excellence and demonstrating the unique characteristics of the chateau. Thanks to the current proprietors Jean Michael and Jean Charles Cazes this remains true today...
This is the second wine from Chateau Lynch Bages and its a fantastic introduction to an estate which was part of the 1855 classification. Consisting of 66% Cabernet and 34% Merlot the wine is aged in French oak for 12 months. Drink now...
Chateau Martet is situated in 25km from Saint Emillion and very close to Sainte Foy La Grande. It overlooks the Dordogue river from a 100 meter high plateau. The wine is made with the same care and attention of a Saint Emillion Grand Crus. Les Hauts de Martet is made from 100% Merlot and has be..
Chateau Martet is situated in 25km from Saint Emillion and very close to Sainte Foy La Grande. It overlooks the Dordogue river from a 100 meter high plateau. The wine is made with the same care and attention of a Saint Emillion Grand Crus. Drinking beautifully now this wine has ageing potential with..
The vineyards of Château Musars can be found in Bekaa Valley of Lebanon, amidst two mountain ranges. A dark burgundy colour, this releases a boisterous nose of matured stone fruits, plums and figs with liquorice and spicy notes. These potent flavours open up wonderfully on the palette, giving way to..
Nestled in the hills of Burgundy, the grapes are harvested and cold-soaked for a period of 7 days. Afterwards, fermentation further aids the preservation of the fresh berry aromas and gives the wine a reinvigorating freshness. These aromas and flavours and finally left to mature for a total of 12 mo..
From eco-friendly producers Château Philippe Le Hardi, Chassagne Montrachet Blanc is an exemplar of what they can offer in their white wines. Chardonnay grapes are harvested from the well-drained limestone soil of the south-east-facing slopes and gently pressed pneumatically. Fermentation ..
Made using 100% Chardonnay, this offers crisp citrus and pear flavours on the nose while the mouth is delicate yet intense with hints of mineral as well as some citrus notes following through. Superb value for money for a Burgundy of this quality. ..
An elegant, old vine Pinot Noir from Château Philippe le Hardi in the heart of Burgundy. This was harvested from the limestone marl soils in the area of Côte Chalonnaise from old vines of around 50 years old. This is deep and rich with soft tannins and flourishes of spice on the finish...
A very fine wine from the old vines of Chateau Philippe le Hardi, a 90-hectare vineyard with a focus on sustainability and the promotion of biodiversity. With a focus on the cultivation of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, they have developed true skill with these grapes, and this is a fine example of said..
In 2008, Philippe Cuvelier and his son Matthieu, who run the very successful Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classe Chateau Clos Fortet, became the proprietors of this beautiful estate. Steeped in tradition, with an emphasis on terroir, the wines produced here are a wonderful representation of the Medoc reg..
Due to its location, Chateau Potensac is considered to be one of the most important estates in the region and represents the true Medoc style. It has remained in the Delon Family since its conception 250 years ago. Keeping with the tradition, the estate is passed from generation to generation by the..
Chateau Roc de Levraut has been run by the same family for 3 generations and this Bordeaux blend is a prime example of the skill which has clearly been inherited. Made using a combination of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc grapes, this is bold and dry with well-integrated tannins and a..
The first wine from Chateau Suduiraut and it's stunning. This wine has the potential to age for decades to come and will benefit greatly from careful cellaring for the next few years. Under new management since 1992 the wine has been allowed to fulfill its full potential in recent years and been tou..
This is a fantastic value for money Albarino from Condes de Albarei in Rias Baixas and sets the bar very high for entire range. The wine is influenced by the Galician coast line and has a salty minerality throughout. Drinking perfectly now...
Domain Hoffmann Jayer is in a very unique area being situated right at the point where the Cotes de Beaune and the Cote de Nuits meet. The grapes are picked at peak maturity meaning they have great concentration of flavour. Coming from two communes the wine consists of 71% Chardonnay and 29% Pinot B..
Domain Hoffmann Jayer is in a very unique area being situated right at the point where the Cotes de Beaune and the Cote de Nuits meet. Consisting of 100% Pinot Noir, the grapes are picked at optimum ripeness to allow maximum concentration of flavour. Maturation takes place for 14 to 18 months in New..
Domain Hoffmann Jayer is in a very unique area being situated right at the point where the Cotes de Beaune and the Cote de Nuits meet. The Hautes Cotes de Beaune Blanc displays all the characteristics of a classic white burgundy. Grown in the middle commune of the Magny-Les-Villers in clay-lim..
Domain Hoffmann Jayer is in a very unique area being situated right at the point where the Cotes de Beaune and the Cote de Nuits meet. Made from 100% Pinot Noir, the grapes are picked from two plots in Magny-lés-Villers, from vines that are at lease 60 years old. Maturation takes place in New French..
Crisp and clean with bountiful tropical fruit notes and a touch of bitterness on the finish. This Session IPA has been brewed using Amarillo and Galaxy hops along with the addition of New England yeast. ..
A fantastic red blend, this utilises a variety of Cabernet, Syrah, Merlot and Tempranillo grapes. The grapes are destemmed and sent to the tanks where the skins and juice ferment for a period of 9 days at controlled temperature before being sent to barrel age for 18 months. This is a 150cl (1.5..
2017 saw an April frost that greatly reduced the production in Torre de Ona. However as a result of Finca Martello not being made that year the quality of grapes that went into the Crianza rose significantly. This is a smooth very high quality Crianza at fantastic value for money. ..
The name Clos Triguedina “Me Trigo de Dina” means “Longing to dine” in the ancient Occitane. The name of the family estate is reflected in this classic cuvée, made by the winery since 1830 and for 7 generations. A wine of consistency and high quality, preserving both its typicity and finesse...
A family run business with roots in the area of Cahors dating back to 1830, knowledge has been passed down through the family for generations. This level of expertise is now used to produce such fine wines as are on offer today. Malbec Du Clos is a very fine red which features an abundance of r..
A fantastic blend of Malbec and Merlot which is driven by former. As a result, this is fruity and full-bodied and can be enjoyed young but will benefit hugely from ageing to allow these fine flavours to develop and flourish. ..
The name for this daring Malbec originates from a 3rd-century Roman emperor, Probus, who while in power, allowed winegrowers to plant vineyards once more in the area of Quercy. An excellent exemplar of Cahors wine and a reference for the Malbec grape. Rich, dense yet elegant, Probus is a landmark in..
This wine takes inspiration from a wine-making technique which dates back to the Middle Ages. Vin Noir or Black Wine was a wine favoured by the English Royal Courts and was produced by heating part of the grapes. In an attempt to revise this technique, one that has not been in use for centuries, &nb..
Fresh, aromatic and spicy, the grapes for this are sourced from three separate single vineyard sites in the Wachau, all imparting their own unique characteristics. Two are located in Johann Donabaum’s hometown of Spitz, Spitzer Point and Zornberg, and the third single vineyard is in Wösendorf, Kirch..
Crafted using the versatile Grüner Veltliner. In the Spitzer Graben, at the foot of the Setzberg vineyard, south-west facing, the vines are now all between 25 and 45 years old, with the older vines, in particular, providing the basis for intense wines suitable for cellaring...
Medium yellow-green in colour. Yellow peach fruit underlaid with blossom honey, fresh orange zest and mineral notes. Expect a juicy, elegant, fine fruit sweetness on the palate with lively acidity. Stone fruit notes also in the finish, harmonious, ripe peach in the aftertaste, good development poten..
A very use of the Grüner Veltliner strand from Johann Donabaum. Hints of green pear on the nose, the palate reveals some vibrant notes of lemon accompanied by yeast and a salty savoriness. Tart and crisp on the finish...
Light on the nose with plenty of floral and fruity aromas. Vibrant on the palate with medium acidity, much of the fruit transfers, notably fresh, citrus flavours including lemon and lime. Fresh, bright and crisp with a mineral finish...
Grown in the Wachau region of Austria, the grapes here undergo an elongated development time due to climate and the slate content of the soil. In this case, the wait is most certainly warranted. It is dry, medium-bodied with balanced acidity. Some complex fruit characters which evolve slowly, g..
Made using rare, bittersweet apples mostly grown in the Killahora Orchards on the south-facing slopes of Co. Cork. The apples are frozen in order to evoke a rich, elegant must which is slowly fermented for over a year, forming a luscious balanced dessert wine...
From the Killahora Orchards in Co. Cork comes the Pom O Apple Port, crafted using rare apple varieties grown on-site. The juice from these apples has been blended with fine brandy before finishing in Irish Whiskey Barrels fro a minimum period of one year...
Two of our favourite things — beers with rye and IPAs! Let us introduce you to the Kinnegar Black Bucket, a Black Rye IPA. Lots of hoppy notes with some sweet roasted malt, a perfectly balanced IPA at 6.5%...