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2017 Sadie Family Wines Release

These are unquestionably some of the finest wines coming out of South Africa at present, and along with a handful of other exciting winemakers, are the very wines that are firmly putting South Africa on the map for top quality, low quantity wines. Highly desirable and made in extremely small quantities these really are worthy of your attention. Some wines have already sold through but a small number of the top wines still remain. Tasting notes are from Eben Sadie. The wines will be ready to ship from mid-November.

Chateau de Santenay 2015 Feature

We are delighted to be featuring these two fantastic Burgundies from this superb estate. It is becoming better known that the wines from Mercurey are often of outstanding value when compared to more lofty neighbours - and perhaps it's not been so obvious as it is right now with the 1er Cru 'Les Puillets' receiving the following awards in this year's International Wine Challenge: Mercurey Trophy, Red Burgundy Trophy French Red Trophy, International Pinot Noir Trophy We have also just received stock of their outstanding Aloxe-Corton - although this wine 'only' won Aloxe-Corton Trophy... Not a bad effort. And great value for Burgundy, especially the wonderful 2015 vintage.

Felton Road 2016 New Releases

By Nigel Greening "Our 20th Vintage marks a return to full size production of our Pinot Noir's after a couple of leaner years however the Chardonnay’s allocation remains very small (and, as we have the 17’s in barrel now, we can advise it will be followed by the smallest vintage in the last decade). The release is later as we now are giving the Bannockburn Pinot Noir the same length of elevage as Cornish Point and Block 3 then releasing these wines together with Bannockburn Chardonnay. Calvert, Block 5 and the single block Chardonnays are still in barrel and will be bottled August / September. This is now our standard pattern for releasing wines. So what of the wines of our 20th vintage? A report below. And now for something completely different… One of the puzzles of...

Grosset 2017 New Releases

Grosset 2017 Release Grosset received major acclaim at the James Halliday Wine Companion Awards 2018 in Melbourne recently, named Best Value Winery of the Year. A great honour to be one of only six major award winners at this prestigious ceremony, Jeffrey (Grosset) said “The word ‘value’ encapsulates all that matters at Grosset. Our aim is to produce beautiful wines and for these to be accessible.” Not only enjoying recognition in Australia, Grosset once again made the Top 100 Wineries of the year (Wine & Spirits Magazine, USA), one of only five Australian wineries in the line-up. We are pleased to offer our best Grosset customers a chance for an initial opportunity to secure their stock from our allocation. Vintage 2017 ‘2017 is our third consecutive outstanding vintage...

Noel Young's Wine Club

I'm delighted to announce the launch of my new Wine Club. This is something I have been thinking about for a while now as I speak to many people when doing tastings further afield about how they subscribe to one of the more well-known wine clubs and are left somewhat nonplussed by the contents.......

Rhone 2016 En Primeur

We believe 2016 to be an extremely good vintage in the northern Rhône and, some are saying that it is possibly, the greatest vintage in the 30-40 years in the southern Rhône. Personally having tasted c150 wines this month, that it's very, very good but 2010 is in my opinion just, and only just the better vintage. It will be interesting to track these wines, which are undeniably incredibly vibrant and perfumed. One thing is for sure, it's an outstanding and hugely attractive vintage. The northern Rhône experienced a cloudy, wet spring and flowering was retarded by 2-3 weeks. By the end of July, the weather turned hot and very dry, which continued until some much-needed rains fell during the first week of September. A lovely Indian summer then lasted well into October and producers were...

Taylor's 325th Anniversary Port

Taylors 325th Anniversary Limited Edition Port Taylor’s Port are celebrating their 325th anniversary next month and to mark the occasion are releasing a special edition Tawny Port (average age 15 years) stock available from 2nd May. The wine is superb (we tried a couple of weeks ago), pricing good and the packaging looks great.

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Tim Atkin MW South Africa Special Report 2017

This has become a really popular feature in the last couple of years. I was able to taste 125 of Tim's top scoring wines -95 points or more last week, and I was blown away. It was a fabulous tasting, showing huge quality, diversity, regionality and given the high quality largely very fair prices. The whites were largely stunning, the reds slightly more mixed but some exceptional wines none more so than Tim's wine of the year the incredible Beeslar Pinotage. We will be adding more wines to this offer as they become available, I have tried almost all of them and am only including the wines I really rated too (which was about 90-95% of them!). You can argue and nit-pick about scores, but these are wines that show just how far South Africa has come in the last 10 years. I cannot recommend...

Vieux Telegraphe 2016

We are delighted to offer the below wines from Vignobles Brunier including Vieux Telegraphe - Daniel Brunier commented on the vintage: "The vintage is characterised by a superb balance of richness and freshness, and betweenhigh maturity and attractive acidity, which is fairly rare – very rare, even – in the southern Rhône Valley.From Pigeoulet to Vieux Télégraphe, we have an array of terrifically fresh aromas, of vibrant juices, of balanced densities, of intense natural concentrations. For a Southern Rhône enthusiast, it’s simply magical." Not too bad...strictly limited quantities are available. The wines will ship in Autumn 2018.

Wines in the Press Autumn 2017

A feature highlighting wines that we stock that have been written up (favourably!) in the Press. All the wines are offered by the case at a discounted rate.

Winter/Christmas Newsletter

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Zalto Glasses & Decanters

We are delighted to now be stocking what are perhaps the finest wine glasses on the market today. We are stocking just 4 glasses and 2 decanters (they don't make a massive range anyway) and over the past few months have been receiving glowing praise from some of our finest journalists: “What I love is that Zalto glasses are the thinnest and most delicate glasses I have come across, yet seem springy and almost elastic in the hand ” Jancis Robinson, FT “these are, truly, the best I’ve ever used.” Andrew Jefford, Decanter “I rate the Austrian company Zalto particularly highly. Its glasses are delicate and elegant to hold, and beautifully designed for enjoying wine.” Olly Smith, Daily Mail. What makes Zalto unique? First, it’s the design: wide bases, straight sides, ultra-thin...

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