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  • Bordeaux En Primeur 2017: Vintage report

    Bordeaux En Primeur 2017: Vintage report

    And so, once more, to Aquitaine.The first thing to note is that 2017 is a mixed vintage, although better than general perceptions before the tastings. Where wines are good they are excellent and, in some cases, verging on exceptional. This is not the case across the board however. The problems…

  • Legendary Syrah - All 98+ Points

    A rare selection of some of the finest Syrah from an array of superb producers We have a collection of some of the worlds finest Syrahs, all of which sit comfortably among the best in their class and are perfect examples of their regions. Steeped in critical acclaim, each boasts reviews…

  • Domaine Rière Cadène - Exciting naturally produced wine from Roussillon

    The Roussillon is an area of France which can sometimes be overlooked when compared to its more illustrious peers. While it may not have the prestige of Bordeaux or Burgundy, it more than makes up for it with wines that exhibit quality, intensity and a real sense of place whilst presenting…

  • Mt Beautiful New Arrivals: Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc

    True pioneers in their region, producing elegant, certified-sustainable, estate-grown wines, Mt. Beautiful are uncompromising in quality and faithful to their terroir. Although not as well-known as other areas in New Zealand, North Canterbury is rapidly making a name for itself. According to wine…

  • New Release: Sassicaia 2015

    New Release: Sassicaia 2015

    Tenuta San Guido have worked wonders with the superlative 2015 vintage and created what James Suckling calls “potentially one of the best Sassicaias in decades” to which he awards 98 points in his most recent tasting. Galloni’s early Bolgheri reports praise the style of…

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