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CHAMPAGNE & SPARKLING
No 1. Louis Dornier et Fils Brut (France)
A light, fresh, vigorously youthful Champagne with a fine, elegant, slightly lemony nose, lively mousse and long, crisp palate.
No 2. Louis Dornier et Fils Brut Rosé (France)
Delicious summer-berry fruit aromas with citrus undertones and a fresh lingering finish.
No 3. Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut (France)
Dynamic, fresh and lively, showing white flowers, grapefruit and notes of pineapple and honey.
No 04. Piper-Heidsieck Brut (France)
A classic Pinot Noir dominated Brut Champagne: plenty of freshness with citrus notes, such as grapefruit, followed by Granny Smith green apple, and crunchy, juicy pear – ample and intense.
No 05. Piper-Heidsieck Cuvée Sublime Demi-Sec (France)
Fresh and well-structured the palate shows notes of caramel, pineapple and other exotic fruits: with vanilla and cinnamon accents.
No 06. Piper-Heidsieck Rosé Sauvage Brut (France)
Fresh and assertive, with a distinctive fruit character showing strawberry and raspberry aromas: followed by citrus on the palate such as tangerine and blood orange and leading into spicy notes.
No 07. Piper-Heidsieck Vintage Brut 2006 (France)
Powerful and structured it shows a honeyed, creamy apricot and orange-zest fruit character with ample freshness on the finish.
No 08. Piper-Heidsieck Rare Brut 2002 (France)
Silky-textured: with exotic, rich, tropical fruit flavours including pineapple, kiwi and passion fruit: it’s backed by a fresh minerally finish and rediscovered spice notes.
No 09. Anna de Codorníu Blanc de Blancs Brut, Cava (Spain)
Elegant Cava with delicious floral aromas and a dry finish, from a mix of traditional grape varieties and Chardonnay.
No 10. Anna de Codorníu Blanc de Noirs Brut, Cava (Spain)
Shows notes of red fruits on the nose: the palate also offers up gooseberry and blackberry alongside a minerally character.
No 11. Da Luca Prosecco (Italy)
Pear and peach fruit on a lively, yet soft and generous palate.
No 12. Da Luca Rosato Spumante (Italy)
Fresh and vibrant raspberry and strawberry scented fizz made from a blend of Merlot and Raboso.
No 13. Tierra Sauvignon Blanc, Central Valley (Chile)
Pale yellow with fresh fruit, citrus and mineral notes and a clean finish.
No 14. Tierra Unoaked Chardonnay, Central Valley (Chile)
Light yellow in colour, floral and citrus aromas and displaying ripe, fresh fruit flavours, a clean mouth-feel and lively crisp acidity.
No 15. Castell Chardonnay Costers del Segre, Raimat (Spain)
Stunning and youthful revealing plenty of delicate, aromatic aromas followed by vibrant, refreshing fruit on the palate.
No 16. Parini Pinot Grigio delle Venezie (Italy)
Distinctive nose of wild flowers, with touches of honey and banana: soft, fresh and lively with notes of ripe pear.
No 17. San Floriano Pinot Grigio delle Venezie (Italy)
Delicate flavours of apples and pears on a refreshingly dry palate.
No 18. Trentino Pinot Grigio, L’Aristocratico (Italy)
Super example of this popular grape. Flavourful and expressive with zesty fruit and long lingering finish.
No 19. Southern Rivers Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough (New Zealand)
Fresh and crisp with classic characters of gooseberry and tropical flavours.
No 20. Drylands Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough (New Zealand)
Sensational aromatic Sauvignon. Grapefruit and gooseberries lead into vibrant fresh cut grass, gooseberries and tropical fruit and crisp, refreshing finish.
No 21. Mâcon-Villages Domaine de la Grange Magnien a Louis Jadot (France)
Excellent softer style of Burgundy. Fresh, full flavoured with pleasant citrus and buttery undertones.
No 22. Kleine Zalze Vineyard Selection Chenin Blanc (Stellenbosch, South Africa)
Ripe and silky-smooth, from South Africa’s most popular white grape variety with rich guava fruit and honeyed character.
No 23. Sancerre, Les Collinettes, Joseph Mellot (France)
Stylish and crisp aromas of gooseberries and powerful fruit flavours, linked with a clean finish, from one of the finest and most dynamic producers.
No 24. Chablis Gloire de Chablis, J. Moreau et Fils (France)
A traditional Chablis, dry, flinty and elegant with a distinctive Chardonnay character on the finish.
No 25. Pouilly-Fumé, Cuvée du Troncsec, Joseph Mellot (France)
Loire Sauvignon Blanc at its best, classic gunflint and rich gooseberries on the nose, creamy fullness on the palate and a crisp, dry finish.
No 26. Pouilly-Fuissé, J. Moreau et Fils (France)
Crisp and fruity with a fresh, lemony palate from this famous region of southern Burgundy.
No 27. Flor de Campo Chardonnay, Santa Barbara County (USA)
Deliciously vibrant and minerally wine: shows pineapple, pear and citrus fruit on a rich and elegant palate.
No 28. Pulpo, Albariño Rías Baixas, Pagos del Rey (Spain)
Aromas of white flowers, hints of peach and apricot lead to a fresh, fruity palate with an almost saline minerality.
No 29. Tierra Merlot, Central Valley (Chile)
Ripe blackberry aromas and a subtle underlay of oak with bright, ripe berry flavours and smooth tannins.
No 30. Berri Estates Shiraz, South Eastern Australia (Australia)
Medium-bodied and fruity with raspberry, cherry and plum, complemented by vanilla spices.
No 31. JJ Hahn Western Ridge 1975 Planting Shiraz Barossa Valley (Australia)
Shows ripe black fruits, mocha, red plum, mulberry, kirsch and exotic truffles notes with a minerally background, spice and elegant oak.
No 32. Robert Mondavi Twin Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon, California (USA)
The long, dry and very hot late summers allow lovely flavours to develop. Vibrant redcurrants and a spiced oak balance.
No 33. Don Jacobo Rioja Crianza, Bodegas Corral (Spain)
Abundant bright raspberry aromas mingle with sumptuous cherries and layered with a creamy barrique character.
No 34. Vine Roots Old Vine Garnacha Rioja (Spain)
Deliciously ripe red and black fruit flavours with a hint of spice: the palate is ample, smooth and rich.
No 35. Altos de Corral, Rioja, Bodegas Corral (Spain)
Rocky soils and low grape yields all contribute to the rich intensity and concentration of strawberries and cream.
No 36. Da Luca Primitivo, Puglia (Italy)
Dark liquorice nose, with black cherry, and cinnamon hints: a dark brooding character.
No 37. Chianti, Ruffino (Italy)
Harmonious and mellow, with violet and red berry notes on a soft and refreshing finish.
No 38. Valpolicella Classico, Bolla (Italy)
A tremendous trio of traditional grapes all showing ripe round berry fruits and a liquorice hint.
No 39. Passori Rosso, Veneto (Italy)
Rich, smooth red wine, showing plum and dried fruit followed by notes of spice and vanilla.
No 40. Portillo Malbec, Uco Valley, Mendoza (Argentina)
Plums, blackberries and a touch of vanilla: fresh fruit flavours, supported by a touch of spice.
No 41. Salentein Barrel Selection Malbec, Uco Valley Mendoza (Argentina)
Ripe blackberry, blueberry and redcurrant, with subtle hints of violet. A crisp, balance backed by vanilla on the lingering finish.
No 42. Waipara Hills Pinot Noir, Central Otago (New Zealand)
Bramble fruit, cherry, spice and a hint of smoke on the nose: black cherry and plum on the palate supported by vanilla spice.
No 43. Flagstone Writer’s Block Pinotage, Western Cape (South Africa)
Aromas of wild blueberry and ripe cherry, supported by smoky, spicy undertones: ripe and generous: blackberry and plum flavours.
No 44. Flagstone Dragon Tree Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz-Pinotage, Western Cape (South Africa)
A rich, concentrated red with bright blackcurrant and mint aromas. Delicious black fruit with a whisper of vanilla oak.
No 45. Fleurie Château de Fleurie, Domaine Loron (France)
Vibrancy of violet aromas and soft raspberry smoothness with a lingering elegance from 18th Century heritage and northern granite hills.
No 46. Château des Bardes, Saint-Émilion Grand Cru (France)
The wine has rich, fruit aromas: juicy, sweet tannins backed by soft touches of vanilla-toastiness from time spent in oak.
No 47. Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Les Cornalines (France)
Traditions ensure heady aromas of spices and a long velvet character laden with warm fruit cake flavours.
No 48. Rioja Rosado, Viña Real (Spain)
Floral aromas balanced by fruit such as apricot and peach, soft and light.
No 49. Mateus Rosé, Sogrape Vinhos de Portugal (Portugal)
Soft, strawberry fruit on the nose and a gentle taste, with a slight sparkle. Easy to understand why this is so popular.
No 50. Hardys Mill Cellars Rosé, South Eastern Australia (Australia)
Ripe raspberry fruit lifted by a touch of sweetness on the finish.
No 51. Parini Pinot Grigio Rosé delle Venezie (Italy)
Soft, coppery-pink rosé: delicate and fruity bouquet: soft and fresh on the palate.
No 52. Vendange White Zinfandel, California (USA)
A brief time with juice and skin together gives this delicate colour, delicious strawberry aroma and zingy freshness.
No 53. Mâcon Rosé, Louis Jadot (France)
Deliciously dry and fruity: Gamay grapes from the Côte Mâconnais brim with red berry flavours and a crisp freshness.
No 54. Sancerre Rosé, Le Rabault, Joseph Mellot (France)
Pinot Noir exudes tantalising fragrances of summer berries, richly ripe and delicately fresh.
No 55. Jean-Luc Colombo Les Collines aux Lavandes Rosé Méditerranée (France)
A light, refreshing, dry rosé with a subtle red-fruit character, dominated by powerful herbaceous aromas.
No 56. Floralis Moscatel Oro Catalunya, Torres (Spain)
Moscatel de Alejandria and Moscatel de Grano Menudo used to produce this sweet luscious wine, the perfect accompaniment to any dessert.
No 57. Nederburg Winemaker’s Reserve Noble Late Harvest, (South Africa)
Brilliant gold with lime-green highlights: it shows aromas of fresh honey, pineapple, dried apricots with floral and spice notes: the palate is bursting with flavour and well-balanced with a long finish.
No 58. Garonnelles Sauternes, Lucien Lurton et Fils (France)
An alluring seduction of heavenly honeyed lemons and limes with a ripe luscious richness.
No 59. Vin Santo del Chianti Serelle, Ruffino (Italy)
Aged and fermented in small oak barrels, concentrated, honeyed, candied fruit.
No 60. Dow’s Crusted Port 50ml (Portugal)
Vibrant and full of ripe red-berry fruit flavours balanced by rich black chocolate.
No 61. Graham’s Late Bottled Vintage Port Half Btl (Portugal)
Single vintage: rich and fruity with elements of figs, chocolate and spice.
No 62. Graham’s Quinta dos Malvedos Vintage Port Half Btl (Portugal)
Gorgeous bouquet redolent of chocolate, mint and spice. Luxurious and lusty palate, showing cassis and layers of black fruit and plum.