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16.20£

The nose shows graphite, minerals and juicy black cherries. A hint of spicy oak plays a supporting role. The palate is softly textured, fresh and vibrant, the flavours of black cherry and earthy beetroot carried along by a long, fine finish. Ideal with pheasant stew or roasted game with a rich wine gravy.

27.99£

This wine is a deep ruby red in colour. The nose displays lifted blackberry, cassis and olive aromas with subtle hints of tobacco leaf, cedar and toasty char from the oak. On the palate, dark berries, olive and earth are beautifully interwoven with fine, supple tannins. Deceptively densely packed, the wine has a lingering finish of cassis and tapenade.

14.05£

Growing up a Stone's Throw away on the same vineyard, it is little wonder that these two are fast friends. Riesling's cool minerality meshes with Gewürztraminer's exotic spice and rose water, in this delicious, refreshing blend. Serve chilled as an inviting apéritif or delicious with lightly spiced Asian cuisine.

14.05£

Approachable, striking and modern, this red blend oozes complexity - with the Shiraz's earthiness tempering the Grenache's muskiness; and together they soften the subtle steeliness of the Mataro. Two may be company, but in this case three is perfection. Grilled red meats, barbequed food and gourmet sausages.

14.30£

This wine is pale lemon in colour with aromas of tropical and stone fruits, gooseberry and subtle herbaceous notes. On the palate are flavours of guava, ripe white nectarine and a slate-like minerality. The delicate acidity provides a crisp, dry finish.

14.30£

Medium straw yellow in colour, this wine carries aromas of ripe stone fruit, including white peach and nectarine, mingled with lifted notes of sweet cashew nut. The palate is fruit-forward and intense, with subtle oak flavours providing a nice textural component to the natural cool climate acid backbone. Minimal malolactic fermentation ensures the wine retains a taughtness and freshness throughout.

19.49£

Intensely aromatic on the nose with vibrant notes of lemon blossom, lime, jasmine and rose. A racy acidity and stony minerality add drive and freshness to the palate alongside lime zest and lemon curd notes. A fine phenolic structure gives way to a crisp, dry finish.

27.95£

This Shiraz has a lifted nose with aromas of blueberry and blackcurrant and hints of cacao and black pepper. On the palate, a juicy acidity and fine tannins integrate with a good depth of concentrated flavour. Savoury characters lead to a long, elegant finish.

19.55£

A bouquet of black cherries is enveloped in subtle mineral nuances and supporting oak spice. Red flowery fruit flavours dominate, with subtle slate-like minerality following through onto the elegant palate, all framed by fine tannins through to a long finish. Roasted game with lentils and a red wine jus.

19.70£

A bouquet reminiscent of red apple and white peach, with mineral overtones. White stone fruit flavours follow through on the palate, with a subtle texture and a tight knit acidity lingering in the background, which provides length and persistence. Stunning with Prosciutto-wrapped tiger prawns and a pickled vegetable slaw.

16.05£

Almost transparent in colour, this wine shows great purity and refinement. A fragrant bouquet, with flavours of lemon peel and bath salts all carried along by a soft texture, a long fine acidity and a persistent finish. Asian food in particular light, fragrant Thai curries; or beer-battered whiting with tartare sauce and lemon.