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View our Top 10 recommended Wines

As recommnded by the professionals or Old School Wines as we like to be called. Also a Top 10 list of customer bought wines is below our recommended list.

1   Chateau Rousseau De Sipian, Bordeaux 2009
Chateau Rousseau De Sipian, Bordeaux 2009 LAST OF THE LINE! We find it hard to believe how good this wine is for the money every time we taste it! Good Bordeaux at this price is hard to find (or often not possible), however here it is before your very eyes. On a recent visit to the Chateau we discovered the reason why it is so amazing. The gentleman who owns the chateau is adamant about making wines in the very best way he can. Cue a modern winery, a brilliant winemaker, and policies employed a Cru Classe level Bordeaux including 100% new oak. Good cassis, earth, plum, meat, toast, cloves and fresh red fruit. Good supple texture, oak blended in and fine tannic grain. Balanced and smooth. Drinking beautifully now.
Price: £18.99 6 Case: £111.00 More Information >>

2   Gruet, Champagne NV
Gruet, Champagne NV Our house champagne. Fantastic value for money, good champagne in the 'teens' is a hard thing to find. Brioche and white petal aromatics, fine bubbles and a great reception champagne as it does not necessarily need food to accompany it.
Price: £19.99 6 Case: £117.00 More Information >>

3   Iona, Sauvignon Blanc
Iona, Sauvignon Blanc A refreshing change from the deluge of rather samey new world sauv's. An amazing colour in the glass looking almost clear with tinges of pear drop. The nose is herbal with gooseberry and grapefruit the palate leads to mineral fine acidity and elegant fruit. One for those of you who like to delve deeper into what the sauvignon grape has to offer.
Price: £11.99 6 Case: £69.00 More Information >>

4   Mora & Memo, Cannonau di Sardegna 'Nau', Sardinia
Mora & Memo, Cannonau di Sardegna 'Nau', Sardinia In a region dominated by cooperatives, Mora & Memo stand out for many reasons. This beautiful estate sits high in the hills in the South East of Sardinia, just a few kms from the sea. Intense ruby red colour with violet reflections, impenetrable. Bouquet of red berries and spices and coffee. Smooth and elegant tannins in a great structure and complexity.
Price: £15.99 6 Case: £93.00 More Information >>

5   Iona, One Man Band White, Elgin
Iona, One Man Band White, Elgin For owners Andrew and Rozy, Iona is a project of sheer passion. The philosophy at Iona is to make wine that expresses the soils and climate as closely as possible, making use of sustainable farming methods and to maximise the use of natural products in farming and winemaking. Lovely pure fruit, elegant and vibrant. Floral with white stone fruit and blackcurrant. Tangerine lingers on the mid palate with a long savoury finish of pea shoots, fine herbs and sea breeze. Complex, layered, classic and poised.
Price: £21.50 6 Case: £126.00 More Information >>

6   Tenuta Olim Bauda, Gavi DOCG, Piedmont
Tenuta Olim Bauda, Gavi DOCG, Piedmont Tenuta Olim Bauda has been in the Bertolino family since the 1960's and was the jewel in the crown of their negociant business. A little help from the famous consultant Beppe Caviola and the acquisition of a prime site in the Gavi di Gavi DOC, means they now produce a range of Gavi's and Barbera d'Astis which have won huge acclaim including 3 Bichieri from the Gambero Rosso for the last 3 vintages of the top Barbera ´Nizza´ and 92 points from Parker. This simple and elegant Gavi from Olim Bauda boasts a stunning bouquet of floral notes and soft citrus fruits. A fresh and dry white wine, the crisp floral notes, with hints of underlying minerality lead through to a piercingly pure finish.
Price: £13.99 6 Case: £81.00 More Information >>

7   Cloudy Bay, Pelorus NV
Cloudy Bay, Pelorus NV Established in 1985, Cloudy Bay was one of the first five wine makers to venture into Marlborough. At the time, it was almost an unimaginable place to set-up a vineyard. But Cloudy Bay’s founder - David Hohnen - was convinced of its potential to produce great wine and invested in the best land of the region. A fresh, aperitif style sparkling wine with apple crisp flavours, underpinned by nutty yeast complexity derived from two years bottle maturation on lees.
Price: £23.50 6 Case: £138.00 More Information >>

8   Enira Reserva, Bessa Valley
Enira Reserva, Bessa Valley The aromas on the nose are red fruits, vanilla and menthol. The attack in mouth is sweet, followed by wood tannins still present, but which would meld in the future, allowing this wine to age for at least 10 years If it carried the same appellation as the St-Émilions of Count Stephan von Neipperg of Ch Canon La Gaffelière, one of several owners of this estate west of Bulgaria's historic (once Greek) city Plovdiv, you would be asked to pay at least twice as much money for it, probably more.
Price: £21.99 6 Case: £129.00 More Information >>

9   Puerto de Indias Gin
Puerto de Indias Gin Described as a ‘mistake’ by the master-distiller at the Puerto de Indias distillery. After a failed attempt at making a strawberry liqueur with fresh strawberries, he added the mashed strawberries to a new gin he was working on and the rest as they say is history. SOOO GLAD HE MADE THAT MISTAKE! It's definitely the strawberries that make this gin so special. But they're not just any strawberries. Puerto de Indias uses strawberries from the region of Huelva in Andalusia, which are supposed to be the best of its kind in Europe. A real delight for those who have a sweet tooth without boring. The Gin Jamboree Team suggests it with Fevertree Tonic water and a slice of strawberry.
Price: £31.49 More Information >>

10   Calusari, Pinot Grigio Rose
Calusari, Pinot Grigio Rose As you walk through the rolling vineyards of the 700 hectare Cramele Recas estate, two things are inescapable. The first is the scale of the transformation that Englishman Philip Cox and his wife Elvira have managed to achieve. The second is that if you didn't know where you were, you'd be convinced you were in Tuscany or any other "Classic" wine producing region. A pale pink colour. Dry, fruity in the mouth with crisp acidity. Light bodied and with a caramel and slightly peppery finish.
Price: £7.49 6 Case: £42.00 More Information >>