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Bouchard Pere et Fils Monthelie
The vineyards date back to the 9th century. The predominantly clay (with a little limestone) gives the wines of Monthelie great refinement. To ensure the highest quality, the grapes are hand picked into small cases, prior to gentle pressing and vinification in small vats.
Bouchard Pere et Fils Nuits Saint Georges
Nuits Saint Georges is the capital of the Cote de Nuits and its southernmost appellation producing wines with rich tannins giving them strength, depth and a high ageing potential.Bouchard Pere et Fils Nuits Saint Georges develops intense aromas of berry fruit and spice.
Bouchard Pere et Fils Savigny les Beaune
Vineyards have been at Savigny les Beaune for a long time, belonging to the Dukes of Burgundy then to the Cistercian monks. The chalky ground and altitude gives the wines of Savigny great refinement. Bouchard Pere et Fils Savigny les Beaune has perfumed notes of berry fruit. Soft and willowy
Brouilly, Bouchard Pere et Fils
Bouchard Pere et Fils Brouilly vineyards are the southernmost of the Cru Beaujolais vineyards. Brouilly is also the largest, being situated around Mont Brouilly in the north of the Beaujolais region. The wines are noted for their aromas of blueberries, cherries, raspberries and currants, whilst being fresh and fruity on the palate. Some tannins, and juicy plum flavours along with supporting acidity. Ready to drink now
Cabernet Sauvignon – San Andres
San Andres Cabernet Sauvignon is classically blackcurrant, youthful and appealing, with the hallmark soft subtle structure typical of Chile’s unique climate. An enjoyable choice with ribs, grilled meats and mature hard cheeses.
Cape Mentelle Cabernet Merlot
CapeMentelle Caberet Merlot is a lovely fruit driven wine. it is a deep crimson purple coloured wine. Showing intense aromas of aniseed, herb garden, plum with some cedar
Cape Mentelle Shiraz
Aged in Oak this is a classy and typically brash, plummy, spicy Shiraz. Lush ripe plump-prune flavours are evident in this densely packed wine showing loads of fruit laced with spice.
From the El Quien Estate (situated about one and a half kilometres from the world famous Vega Sicilia vineyards) Chafandin wine is dense cherry-ruby coloured with some violet hints.
Chianti, Botter (wicker flask)
Botter Chianti in a wicker flask is a good, typical central Tuscan Chianti in the traditional straw. Made from a blend of 90% Sangiovese and 10% Canaiolo Nero.
Cloudy Bay Pinot Noir
The elegant nose of Cloudy Bay Pinot Noir is immediately appealing, with ripe plum, rasperry, spice and floral notes. The palate has dark chocolate, dark fruit and spice, playing with leather and some herby liquorice hints.
DeWaal Merlot, Young Vines
This is a velvety soft wine with flavours of creamy blackberries. Extremely easy to drink and a good partner to the De Waal Young Vines Sauvignon Blanc.
Pinotage is unique to South Africa – the result of a 1925 crossing between Pinot Noir and Cinsault in Stellenbosch. The DeWaal family were one of the very first wineries to plant the varietal commercially.