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- €10.70 €8.84Bordeaux Supérieur, Thienpont Selection, 2016 Made from a blend of 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Cabernet Franc, this is a very bright, immediately accessible Bordeaux wine with a pure nose of red fruits, spices and a touch of liquorice. On the palate the wine is very smooth and round with good freshness and intensity. This wine will drink well for the next three to five years and is great when served with bistro cuisine such as chicken, grilled beef or stews in relaxed surroundings.
- €20.57 €17.00Spain is one of the most exciting wine producing countries for the moment and these two wines show the modern character and distinctive style of their famous regions, Rioja and Galicia. Fresh, lively and tangy, you can practically feel the Atlantic waves pounding the Galician coast when you taste this white. There are notes of fennel, ferns and fresh herbs, salty acidity and lots of zippy fruit. The red has excellent red berry and spicy fruit with refreshing acidity balanced by fine vanilla flavours from aging in a mix of American and French oak; a fine Rioja , smooth and rich, perfect to drink now.
- €24.20 €20.00Les Fiefs de Lagrange, Saint-Julien, 2014 The second wine of Lagrange always has a popular following. The 2014 is very bright and fresh with lots of red fruit character and a touch of spice. It is pretty, fruity and and lively with nice persistence and good acidity. Not very dense, this is an attractive wine for easy drinking over the next four or five years.
- €25.41 €21.00White Port Tawny Port Churchill is renowned for its 'White Port' which is refined and semi-sweet with pretty notes of stewed fruits. Drink chilled. It is paired here with the delicious Tawny Port which is aged over many years in barrels becoming rich and dry with evolved notes of tobacco, cocoa and hints of blackberry fruits.
- €26.62 €22.00Champagne Beaumont des Crayères, Épernay Created in 1955, the Cuvée de Réserve is a blend of three vintages and predominately made from black grape varieties. Refined and elegant with a lovely taste of toasty brioche, almonds and ripe fruits.
- €31.46 €26.00Château Goubau 'la Source', Castillon, Côtes de Bordeaux, 2014: Made from a blend of 95% Merlot grapes and 5% Cabernet Franc grapes, the second wine comes from the vineyard parcels facing south and south-west on the slopes bordering the domain's natural source. The wine is spicy and fresh with aromas of red fruits, plums and spice. On the palate the wine is fruity with delicious balance and well-integrated oak; the finish is lively and appealing.
- €33.00 €27.27These wine drinkers grew up with certain wines which were solid family favourites. Pilgrimages were even made during the summer months to the preferred domain and the merits of the estate were firmly exalted around the dinner table if other wines dared to be mentioned. When it is time for the young generation of everyday loyalists to set up their own households, they naturally select the wines the same wines as their parents. Wines: - Château Puygueraud 2015, Francs, Côtes de Bordeaux - Domaine la Genillotte 2016, Chablis Village
- €35.09 €29.00Château La Grave, Pomerol, 2014 Bright, attractive, good spice and red fruit aromas in the nose. Silky and smooth with lovely roundness. Very pretty with good length.
- €37.50 €30.99Let’s face it, wine is a complicated subject – there is just so much choice out there! Better to find one or two wines with a famous name that you have heard of and serve them on all occasions; that way you will always be sure that you make the right choice. Wines: - Château Puy-Blanquet 2014, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru - Domaine Thomas, Le Pierrier 2017, Sancerre