Hunting Hamper

To celebrate autumn, we have once again created a Hunting Hamper, a great case to thank your host for a great day’s shooting.

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  1. Deze fles is 0.75l
    Famille Paquet
    Le Mont Mâcon-Solutré-Pouilly
    0.75l White
    €12.85 €10.62
    This is a very small parcel of one third of a hectare that the Paquet family managed to take over in 2015. They have made this wine their own with its very bright, sunny character and fruity flavours of ripe Chardonnay encompassing fresh pears, melon, summer blossom and a spiciness on the finish. The wine is aged on its lees for just over a year which gives the wine a pretty, honeyed, round flavour. Well focused where freshness and richness meet and blend well together.

Now that the days are getting shorter, it is time to wrap yourself up, get cosy in front of the fire and, of course, enjoying a glass of something rich and savoury as the last nuance of Indian summer ebbs away.

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If you ask us, there’s very little that can't be fixed with a glass of wine and a good movie, preferably about wine off course.

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To get cosy in front of the fire as the last nuance of Indian summer ebbs away...

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  1. Deze fles is 0.75l
    Château Clauzet
    0.75l Red
    €17.30 €14.30
  2. Deze fles is 0.75l
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    Terra Alta D.O.
    0.75l White
    €8.70 €7.19
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    Vinding Montecarrubo
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    0.75l Red
    €22.00 €18.18
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    Château Valcombe (BIO)
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    0.75l Red
    €17.19 €14.21
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