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  • Bordeaux En Primeur 2017: Campaign Update

    A couple of weeks into the Bordeaux 2017 campaign, and in a week of two French bank holidays it's time to take stock of the situation so far. We haven’t yet offered any wines individually as we don’t feel there have been any absolute must haves yet, but with the big…

  • Rare Library Vintages of Château Hourtin-Ducasse

    While it isn’t too difficult to pick up recent vintages of Bordeaux, when you look at the great vintages of 2005, 2009 and 2010 there is less and less to go around. We’ve used our great relationship with a producer whose wines have been a long-standing customer…

  • The Perfect Rosé to Stock up on for Summer

    The last few days have finally seen the sun reappear, and with a heatwave set to take hold well into the weekend, now is the time to get set for summer with the right wine. Winter's grip seemed to hold sway for a little too long for my liking, but it is time to return the heavy reds to the…

  • 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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