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  • La Merlina Gavi

    La Merlina Gavi di Gavi D.O.C.

    £15.65£93.90

    750ml Bottles

    Gavi, produced in the foothills of the Liguria Apennines just south of the town of Novi Ligure, is Piedmont’s leading white wine. This label, an emblematic example from Fausto Gemme, who has followed in the footsteps of his grandfather, is a guarantee of quality and devotion.

    On the nose: Its bouquet reveals crisp lime, almond and light herbal or grassy aromas

    On the palate: Apple, peach and honeydew flavors, with sharp, crisp acidity

    Recommended combination with food: It pairs very well with grilled prawns, pasta with basil and pine nuts, seafood laksa

    Serve at 10-12°C

    VINTAGE: 2019
    GRAPE VARIETY – Cortese
    PRODUCTION AREA – Piemonte
    ALCOHOL – 13.0%

  • Lacrima di Morro d'Alba

    Lacrima di Morro d’Alba

    £16.60£99.60
     750ml Bottles 

    Lacrima is a dark and thin-skinned grape variety native to Italy’s Marche region. It is grown in the hills surrounding the village of Morro d’Alba. This grape owes its name to a peculiarity linked to its berries, which when fully ripe release drops of grape juice that fall to the ground.  Lacrima wines are very aromatic and richly flavored, showing intense floral and spiced characters on the nose with a fresh, berry-dominated palate

     On the nose:  Characteristically persistent intensity, with a strong prevalence of forest fruits. Grapey, strawberry aromas give way to a subtle spiciness

     On the palate:  Very typical, dry, savory with good softness and harmonious taste olfactory. Blackberries, blueberries, strawberries and ripe grape taste.

     Recommended combination with food:  First courses with red sauce and meat sauce, especially meat main courses spicy and aromatic. With its particular aromatic characteristics also excellent enjoyed on its own

    Serve at 18°C

    VINTAGE: 2018
    GRAPE VARIETY – Lacrima
    PRODUCTION AREA – Le Marche, Italy
    ALCOHOL – 13.0%

  • Le Grade Fiano Di Avellino D.O.C.G.

    £18.95£113.70

    750ml Bottles

    Falanghina, a grape reportedly of Greek origins, and known as one of the favourite wines of the Roman nobility, has since the turn of the century become increasingly fashionable.  Thriving in a porous volcanic soil, the grapes develop gorgeous citrus-blossom aromas with classic apple and pear flavours. The flavours are quite intense with a persistent rich nose and hints of lime, grapefruit and kiwi.

    Recommended combination with food: seafood, especially scallops, prawns, spaghetti vongole (with clams), Caesar salads

    Serve at 8-10°C

    GRAPE VARIETY – Falanghina
    PRODUCTION AREA – Benevento Italy
    ALCOHOL – 12.5%

     

     

     

     

     

  • Lodola Nuova

    Lodola Nuova Vino Nobile Di Montepulciano D.O.C.G. 75cl (2016) RUFFINO

    £26.30£157.70

    750ml Bottles

    Montepulciano d’Abruzzo “Lodola Nuova” attracts appreciative glances thanks to its impenetrable pitch black hue, an enchanting deep colour. An elegant and traditional red wine from one of Tuscany’s oldest winemaking regions, perfectly exemplifying Ruffino’s estate wines: unique and artisanal. The word “lodola” comes from the Italian word for lark, songbirds that migrated to the Montepulciano region, and the word “nobile” refers to the noble, or supreme, quality of this wine. The Lodola Nuova estate dates back to the mid-1200s with wines being produced since the 15th century.

     On the nose:  wild berries, ripe clack cherries, blackberries and plum with pleasant notes of cocoa, coffee and tobacco

     On the palate: a medium-bodied wine with a refreshing acidity and smooth, ripe tannins that create an elegant and well-balanced structure. Fruity notes persist across the palate and evolve into a lingering finish of plum and tobacco.

    Recommended combination with food: Perfect with BBQ meats, game meats, lamb ribs in pistachio crust

    Serve at 18°C

    VINTAGE: 2016
    GRAPE VARIETY – Canaiolo, Sangiovese
    PRODUCTION AREA – Tuscany
    ALCOHOL – 13.5%

  • Louis Latour Pouilly-Fuisse

    £30.00£180.00
     750ml Bottles 

    A beautifully-made, citrus and honeysuckle scented wine. The vineyards are part of a breath-taking landscape where the limestone and heavy clay soils combine to create a unique ‘terroir’.

     On the nose:  Complex aromas of white flowers and acacia, honey and white fruits.

     On the palate:  Opulent and elegant. You will find floral notes, almond paste and fresh hazelnut. It is a little spicy on the finish.

     Recommended combination with food:  A great partner for shellfish, charcuterie, white fish, and reblochon cheese.

    Serve at 8-10°C

    GRAPE VARIETY – Chardonnay
    PRODUCTION AREA – Burgundy, France
    ALCOHOL – 13.0%

  • Malvasia Bianca

    Malvasia Bianca Sammarco

    £11.50£69.00

    750ml Bottles

    Although “Malvasia” is the name of the family of various Malvasia grapes, when used on its own it usually refers to Malvasia Bianca, one of the varietals that stands apart from the rest. The scarcity of rainfall and the soils of calcareous and clayey composition give wines with remarkable body and alcohol content, with intense and surprising bouquets. The dazzling light of long summers, the scents of the sea and the essences of spontaneous flora, carried by the breezes that blow from the coast towards the interior contribute to the formation of their peculiar olfactory character

    On the nose: Complex characterised by the fusion of aromatic notes of citrus, pineapple, banana and vanilla. Subtle memories of white-fleshed fruit and aromatic herbs

    On the palate: Sweet notes of hazelnut. The taste is clear freshness. Light flavour with hints of fruit and fresh hazelnut and butter combine with a remarkable freshness in the mouth. Soft and pleasant, it closes the tasting with a balanced alcoholic note.

    Recommended combination with food: Sea bass carpaccio, sashimi, scallops on saffron cream. Traditionally: stewed Taranto mussels, pasta and dried tomatoes.

    Serve at 18°C

    VINTAGE: 2018
    GRAPE VARIETY – Malvasia Bianca
    PRODUCTION AREA – Puglia
    ALCOHOL – 13.0%

  • Aszu Tokaji

    MEGYER TOKAJI ASZÚ 5 PUTTONYOS 2014

    £35.00£105.00
     500ml Bottles 

    The aszú berries used to make this gorgeous Tokaji are harvested from the end of October through to the end of November.  The must is then fermented and aged in 220L Szerednyei oak barrels from the Zemplén hills, for 3 years, before bottling and released to market.  This vintage was a hard year in Tokaj, but through the expert winemaking techniques and careful grape selection they achieved this outstanding sweet wine.

     On the nose:  An intense bouqet of dried apricots, honey and meadow flowers.

     On the palate:  The delicate aromas are fully integrated with the notes of the oxidative ageing method in the form of sweet caramel notes

    Recommended combination with food: Perfect partner to lemon cake, dark chocolate citrus or orange desserts, dark chocolate caramel cake but it is also a noble companion to savoury biscuits, quiche Lorraine and roast meats with fruits and Peking duck.

    Serve at 11 – 14°C

    VINTAGE: 2014
    GRAPE VARIETY – 70% Furmint, 30% Zéta
    PRODUCTION AREA – Tokaji, Hungary
    ALCOHOL – 10%

  • Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial

    £43.00£252.00
     750ml Bottles 

    The Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial is a blend of 3 varietals – Pinot Noir offering intensity, Pinot Meunier which lends roundness and Chardonnay for elegance. The blend is crafted to be consistent in a house style year after year and relies on a proportion of reserve wines to ensure this style is acheived by the master blenders.

     On the nose:  Vibrant intense aromas of green apple and citrus fruit with the freshness of mineral nuances and white flowers.

     On the palate:  Delicious sumptuousness of white-fleshed fruits leading to the alluring caress of fine bubbles and the soft vivacity of citrus fruit and nuances of gooseberry.

     Recommended combination with food:  A great partner for shellfish, oysters, fish or chicken appetisers, or as a sipping drink.

    Serve at 6-8°C

    GRAPE VARIETY – 30-40% pinot noir, 30-40% meunier and 20-30% chardonnay grapes
    PRODUCTION AREA – Champagne, France
    ALCOHOL – 12.0%

  • Nuovo Quadro Gavi del Comune di Gavi 2019

    £14.55£87.30

    750ml Bottles

    This wine comes from Nuovo Quadro, a single vineyard site with chalky mineral soils, at the foot of the Battistina hill. Winemaking takes place at Araldica’s La Battistina winery who took over this vineyard in 2002.  It has transformed it into one of the preeminent Gavi producers of the region. The Cortese grapes are typically hand-harvested in mid-September, and the freshly picked grapes are gently crushed before undergoing temperature controlled fermentation in small volume stainless steel tanks. The wine remains in contact with the lees for up to 6 months before being fined, filtered and bottled, giving the wine a rich full flavour, with an enticing nose of white peach and pear with hints of fresh lime and gooseberry. The refreshing and zesty citrus notes and ripe peachy characters are balanced by crisp acidity and pronounced minerality.

    Serve chilled as an aperitif or with seafood and fish dishes.

    Serve at 10-12°C

    VINTAGE: 2019
    GRAPE VARIETY – Cortese
    PRODUCTION AREA – Lombardia
    ALCOHOL – 12%

  • Montepulciano d'Abruzzo

    Orsetto Oro Montepulciano d’Abruzzo

    £16.25£97.50

    750ml Bottles

    Montepulciano is the most widely planted grape in Abruzzo. The wine is made with rigorously selected grapes from the Terri di Chieti hills in south of Pescara on the east coast, at an altitude of about 200 metres above sea level. The south-east exposure of the vines, the limestone and clay soils and per-hectare yields kept under 120 quintals allow the production of a red wine with a great sensory complexity. The grapes are picked by hand and collected in small wooden crates in the first ten days of October. Once in the cellars, the long maceration in steel tanks at controlled temperature for approximately 45 days.

    The wines then mature for six months in concrete vats, for a further eight months in French and Slavonian oak barrels and finally for four months in the bottle.

    On the nose: Luxurious perfume of wild berries, ripe black cherries, blackberries and plum with pleasant notes of vanilla, cocoa, coffee and tobacco

    On the palate: Remarkable structure, and soft thanks to the presence of sweet tannins, with a long, warm finish. High acidity and a full, rounded body. High acidity, high tannins with full body, with hints of vanilla, cocoa, black pepper and a finish of old leather and wood

    Recommended combination with food: Perfect with BBQ meats, game meats, lamb ribs in pistachio crust

    Serve at 18°C

    VINTAGE: 2017
    GRAPE VARIETY – Montepulciano
    PRODUCTION AREA – Abruzzo
    ALCOHOL – 13.5%

  • Orsetto Oro Passerina

    Orsetto Oro Passerina

    £16.30£97.80

    750ml Bottles

    Passerina is an ancient and traditional grape variety use in the making of white wines in the March region.  There are also plantings in Emilia-Romagna and Lazio.  The variety differs significantly from region to region in its wines but all with the familiar citrus fruit character.

    The word “Passerina” comes from “passero” the Italian for sparrow.  They have a voracious appetite for ripe passerina grapes. In Italian, adding ‘ina’ at the end of a word implies a diminutive, and so indicates the relatively small size of the Passerina grape.

    The berries skin is quite thick and ripens to a deep golden colour. They ripen with high levels of sugar and high acidity. Hand harvested in early/mid September, they undergo cold temperature controlled maceration. The must is then aged in stainless for several months, before bottling.

    On the nose: Its bouquet is intensely floral with notes of acacia and citrus lemon zest and grapefruit

    On the palate: Fresh citrus characteristics, ripe stone fruits, zesty acidity with a clean mineral aftertaste..

    Recommended combination with food: It pairs best with roasted fish with lemon and anchovy, Linguine alla vongole (pasta with clams), Butterflied chicken with lentils

    Serve at 10 – 12°C

    VINTAGE: 2019
    GRAPE VARIETY – Passerina
    PRODUCTION AREA – Abruzzo
    ALCOHOL – 13%

  • Orsetto Oro Pecorino Terre di Chieti

    £16.30£97.80

    750ml Bottles

    This lovely Pecorino wine has been awarded many awards around the wine world most recently the 2020 IWSC. Pecorino means “little sheep” and it’s believed it was fed to sheep when they came to graze.  The Pecorino grape was believed extinct by the mid-20th century, until some cuttings were taken and propagated from an abandoned overgrown vineyard. The grape is light-skinned offering high acidity and high sugar, translating into reasonably high alcohol, balanced by the acidity.

    Hand picked in late September, soft pressed, fermented in stainless tanks at 18-22C. Aged for 6 months on the leas before bottling.

    On the nose: Its bouquet is round with floral hints of acacia and broom, exotic fruit notes with balsamic nuances

    On the palate: Fresh citrus characteristics, with a good minerality, white peach, pear and a hint of pineapple

    Recommended combination with food: It pairs best with Pecorino cheese and walnut bread, Steamed white fish with ginger, Chicken thighs with roasted red pepper and onion, fresh cheeses.

    Serve at 10-12°C

    VINTAGE: 2019
    GRAPE VARIETY – Pecorino
    PRODUCTION AREA – Abruzzo
    ALCOHOL – 13%