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2018 Fine Wine & Bin End Sale

Welcome to our latest Fine Wine and Bin End Sale. Plenty of superb wines here with some outstanding Burgundy and Rhone wines at market beating prices. Many available in bond. We also have an extensive list of loose bottle listings from around the world - these again are quite heavily reduced to clear some much needed shelf and storeroom space for the plethora of new wines arriving over the next few months. The list will be updated on a daily basis.

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Burgundy 2017 En Primeur

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Eben Sadie 2018 Release

"We finished pressing the last of this 2018 vintage and live in the hope that it is never to be repeated again in terms of the drought conditions and their effect. When we lived the reality of the drought in the 2016 and 2017 season we thought it could not in any way get worse, but we were wrong and looking back at the 2017 vintage today, it seems to have been a breeze compared to our most recent harvest."

Greywacke Sauvignon Blanc 2018 New Zealand

Kevin’s notes on the 2018 The vintage: Spring was wet and mild with no frost in any of the Greywacke vineyards. Summer temperatures stepped up with December being the second warmest on record, while January saw the highest temperatures since records began. By February it was looking like an early harvest, with superb flowering conditions and a sizeable crop necessitating thinning in almost all vineyards. However, two ex-tropical cyclones brought considerable rainfall in February. Harvest started mid-March with grapes at a good level of physiological ripeness but needing careful hand-sorting to eliminate botrytis. Despite the rain, fruit was able to hang on the vine to achieve very good ripeness levels. Tasting note: An aromatic salsa-like fusion of ripe summer fruit and fragrant Asian...

Henschke 'Hill of Grace' 2013 & 'Hill of Roses' 2012

“The extremely low yielding, exquisitely beautiful 2013 harvest was hand-picked in the cool mornings of autumn, and vinified using traditional open-top fermentation, before spending five years maturing in our cellars prior to release,” says fifth-generation winemaker Stephen Henschke. “While every vintage of Hill of Grace is a limited release, 2013 and the following vintage 2014 are among our smallest harvests. No Hill of Grace was made in 1960, 1974, 2000 and 2011,” Stephen adds. The release of Henschke Hill of Grace Shiraz 2013 will mark 150 years of Henschke family winemaking in South Australia. The Hill of Grace ancestral ‘Grandfather’ vines are approximately 158 years of age and were planted on their own roots by Stephen’s ancestor Nicolaus Stanitzki in the early 1860s. The...

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.......

Paul Jaboulet-Aine Crozes-Hermitage 'Thalabert' 2012 Offer

Jaboulet’s Domaine de Thalabert has long been regarded as one of the top wines in Crozes-Hermitage and last week the 2012 “hugely impressed” Jancis Robinson when poured from a magnum in New York. It is the current Wine of the Week on Purple Pages. Robinson wrote “Admittedly, it had the advantage of being in magnum but it seemed beautifully ready to drink and so much richer and denser than many red Crozes, which in some vintages can seem a little scrawny… I have a particularly soft spot for Domaine de Thalabert, it having over-performed in so many vintages in the mid to late twentieth century – not least the 1990 that was still glorious when I tasted it in 2012. It was the first vineyard bought by the eponymous founder of the house, way back in 1834, and is the oldest vineyard in...

Rall Wines, South Africa New Releases

We love the wines from Donovan Rall, and they are also extremely popular. He is not only a great winemaker but an incredibly likeable man making thoughtful, yet delicious wines. These new releases have just had some great press from Neal Martin in Vinous, all tasted in August 2018. We are also offering the amazing Ava Chenin Blanc 2016 that took ages to arrive that was Tim Atkin's' White Wine Discovery of The Year in late 2017. All wines offered duty paid but all can be supplied under bond.

Rhone 2017 En Primeur

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Telmo Rodriguez/Bodegas Lanzaga Rioja

As well as the new single vineyard wines available only as a mixed pack we are also showcasing Telmo's other Rioja under his label Bodegas Lanzaga including the second from last vintage of Altos Lanzaga, and the hugely drinkable, young LZ, which is a fabulous wine- aged only in large concrete vats, from bush vines, organic and crunchy.

Telmo Rodriguez/Bodegas Lanzaga Single Vineyard Riojas Mixed Pack

We are delighted to have secured a very small amount of these fabulous single vineyard Rioja's. Telmo has since 2014 stopped blending the components to make Altos Lanzaga, which has been discontinued. These wines are all less than 2,000 bottles total production and come from the stunning 2015 vintage which was, warm, early and resulted in fruit that was incredibly healthy. Due to the very limited nature of the wines (c6 packs of 6 for the UK in total) we are only offering as a mixed case of 4 bottles at this stage.

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Tim Atkin MW South Africa Report 2018

We are delighted to once again feature good friend and hugely respected journalist Tim Atkin MW's annual report on South African wine. Tim spends two months tasting and researching the wines and wineries and this incredibly thorough report features the traditional wineries to the funky 'garagiste' operations with equal measure. Despite the fact that South Africa as a country is largely in turmoil, severe drought, political uncertainty, weak currency etc the wine business continues at a pace. I genuinely think there is no more exciting country for wine than South Africa at present. Not saying it's the best, but just from big production fantastic value Chenin Blanc through to complex oak aged old vine blends, there is a fabulous freshness and energy to many of the wines and the people...

Vindependents Burgundy 2017 En Primeur

While there are of course some amazing wines produced by the 'A' & 'B' list domaines, they come at a price...literally. In the last 2-3 years we have been tasting and sourcing some amazing value Burgundy from newer and/or smaller producers whom have yet to have the fame to affect their prices. But they are producing some genuinely beautiful Burgundy - if you still want to drink exquisite Chardonnay & Pinot Noir from Burgundy but are starting to seriously flinch when you see the prices, I suggest you take a serious look at this selection. We did.

Wines in the Press 2018

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.

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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