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  1. Chento Malbec

    Aromas of blackberry and plum with a bit of spice and violet. On the palate, black fruit, chocolate with a well-balanced acidity and persistent finish. Medium-bodied and earthy.
  2. Primanero Appassimento IGP, Cantine Paolo Leo

    Intense ruby-red color, with a complex bouquet, reminiscent of red berries, redcurrants and licorice. The oak aging adds a pleasant spiciness. On the palate, it is full-bodied, lush yet supple, well-balanced and with a long and lingering finish.
  3. Lafage Miraflors Rouge

    Domaine LAFAGE is located at the heart of the Roussillon in the South of France, stretching from the village of Canet by the Mediterranean, up to the foothills of the Pyrenees. A bright, gleaming ruby red. The nose offers aromas of wild blackberry and notes of cherries. In the mouth this is a gorgeous, supple, light, fresh red, well balanced and with only 11.5 degrees of alcohol.
  4. 850, Douro, Tinto

    Ruby red and vibrant! Ripe red fruits on the nose with hints of blackberries. Good structure and excellent balance in the mouth. Fresh, lively and a real bargain!
  5. Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia 2016

    In 2016 Bolgheri was blessed by the second exceptional vintage on the trot, after the superb 2015. People are struggling to remember two such excellent consecutive vintages and it is fair to say that the release of the wines has been much anticipated. The critics have been lavish with their praise. 100/100 Wine Advocate, 98/100 Wine Enthusiast, 18.5/20 Jancis Robinson Monica Larner of the Wine Advocate scored the wine a perfect 100 points, and gave it this review, full of superlatives. “The 2016 Sassicaia is a wine of soaring achievement. I tasted this wine several times during the course of its creation in both barrel and bottle, and the highly deserved 100-point score you see here was enthusiastically assigned at the conclusion of a mini vertical in which I tasted and compared the 2016 vintage against 2015 (which I scored 97 points). It makes perfect sense to present these two excellent vintages in back-to-back comparison fashion because they are two of the best to emerge from Bolgheri, and indeed Tenuta San Guido, in recent memory. These are very similar vintages with long, hot summer months that fuelled a long growing season. There was a bit more rain in 2016, and in analytical terms this vintage has a tad more acidity. However, the results in the glass are extraordinarily different. The 2015 vintage is exuberant, round, succulent and immediate, whereas the 2016 vintage shows pinpoint sharpness and precision (with similar grit and texture at the back). That acidity will carry it long into the future as the wine completes its slow evolutionary course. This wine is chiselled and sharp with blackberry, ripe cherry, grilled herb and barbecue spice. The aromas flow from the glass in a continuous stream and are all marked by radiant intensity. The mouthfeel is long and powerful. The crisp linearity of the wine's tannic backbone is perfectly measured to the volume and depth of the fruit flavors. To my mind, the 2016 Sassicaia stands tall next to the epic 1985 vintage that set the ultimate benchmark for vino italiano.“ Bruce Sanderson of the Wine Spectator scored Sassicaia at 97 points, while Mick O’Connell MW scored it at 98 points and wrote this note. “Super-dense core of black fruit and cassis - wood spice still integrating. Dense and concentrated with fine grain tannin and superb length. Pure and very fine. A lot of complexity - spice and cedar with touch of cigar box. Really juicy acid too - almost mouth-watering which gives a fabulous freshness and purity alongside the intense fruit core. Fabulous. One of the best I have tasted from Sassicaia”. Sassicaia is today one of the most sought after fine wines in the world. This is larely because of the vision, enerf=gy and drive o proprietor Mario Incisa della Rocchetta. The name Sassicaia means place of many stones and the gravelly soil has been compared to those found in the Medoc. "Mid-deep ruby-garnet. A notable nose ragrance with tobacco scent lifts out of the glass. Acore or ripe, sweet cassis fruit is wrapped in subtle clove oak spice, some earthy tones and cigar box. Needs only a little coaxing from the glass, whish is surprising, given its youth. Focussed, precise and elegant cassis on the palate with crushed rock and tobacco. Very fine, fairly firm tannins, with a line of acidity helping to give structure. Very long, delicate, scented finish." Tim Jackson, MW, jancisrobinson.com
  6. ALPHA ZETA 'A' AMARONE, Card PRESENTATION

    Presented in a single bottle red card gift box, this Italian red is deep and intense on the nose with perfumes of dried cherries and blueberries, with notes of spiced autumn fruit compote. On the palate it is powerful but modern, with a lovely balance of ripe tannins and spiced, concentrated savoury cherry fruit character. A touch of woodsmoke completes the long finish.
  7. Fog Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon

    Bold nose of dark red fruits followed by a luscious palate of dried plums, medjool dates, and red currants. Soft, round tannins and a long lasting finish.
  8. Fog Mountain Merlot

    Aromas of baked plums and fresh picked violets. On the palate, hints of earthiness and ripe cherries with well-structured tannins and a long, bold finish.
  9. DeLoach 'Heritage Reserve' Zinfandel

    Full of spice on the nose and palate, this wine has full body and flavours of big ripe red fruits with hints of molasses. Soft tannins and lingering pomegranate on the finish.
  10. Chateau Lynch Bages, Pauillac 2005

    The 90 hectares of the famous Chateau Lynch Bages vineyards are superbly sited on the plateau west of Pauillac town in the village of Bage. The property is owned by the famous Jean Michelle Cazes and currently run by his son Jean-Charles. A sublimely masculine heavyweight Lynch. It is a Pauillac personified with an impenetrable but incredibly ripe nose bursting with pure, mineral cassis. Mouth filling creamy black cherry and blackcurrant fruit is phenomenally smooth and boasts great structure with hints of tobacco, coffee, leather, and mint. The tannins are rich and silky with rare freshness. Drink now to 2027.
  11. Chateu Batailley 2010

    Grapes 78% Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Merlot, 2% Petit Verdot and 1% Cabernet Franc Tasting Note “Made in a more charming style than the normally backward, rather formidably tannic wines of Batailley, this 2010 is an endearing, elegant wine, but it has no shortage of power, richness, and intensity. It displays loads of beautiful cassis, cedar, and Christmas fruitcake notes along with impressive purity, texture, and a full-bodied mouthfeel”. Robert Parker. Scores and Awards 95/100 – Wine Advocate Cellar Potential 20 years
  12. Chateau de Chambert Cahors Malbec 2010

    Complex characters of red fruit, violets and silky tannins. This wine is aged for 12 months in barrel which gives it a delicate spice of French oak. A generous, rich wine with elegant acidity which has a tremendous potential for ageing.
  13. Le Lien, Les Vignobles Foncalieu 2013

    A deep red colour with notes of rich red fruits, liquorice and toast on the nose. This wine is intense with good structure and impressive freshness. Notes of white pepper, anise, milk chocolate and cherry on the palate. Finishing off with a juicy soft length.
  14. Spice Route Chakalaka

    Chakalaka, a Zulu word that implies togetherness, refers to a truly South African blend of spices, used to add flavour to local dishes. This wine consists of 6 vineyards blended to produce a wine expressive of place. With aromas of white pepper, clove, plum and elegant spice. It is medium bodied with slight oak and red fruit. Well balanced acidity and tannins - will age well!
  15. De Morgenzon Maestro

    Soft and silky on the palate with notes of rich, red fruit, dried herbs, and cigar box. Perfume and plums on the nose.
  16. Vasse Felix Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    Full on aromas of black cherry and blackcurrant followed by chocolate and coffee beans. Hints of sage and bay leaf linger. On the palate, juicy with dark cherry and savoury chocolate, a bright acidity and soft tannins. Finishing dry it lingers awhile.
  17. Andeluna Pasionado Cuatro Cepas 2011

    Intense aromas of dark red fruits - blackberry, cassis, followed by ripe fruit and a bit of spice on the palate. Finishing with a hint of minty toast. A full-bodied wine with well-rounded tannins that lingers in your mouth for a long time.
  18. Frog’s Leap Merlot

    Lovely aromas of deep, red fruits followed by rich silky flavours which is typical of the Merlot grape. This wine is a delight to drink now but would do well with many years in the cellar.
  19. Frog’s Leap Cabernet Sauvignon

    This wine hits your nose with intense aromas of blackberry and cassis with hints of coffee bean and mocha. On the palate, subtle flavours of dark fruit, very balanced and deep. A wine for cellaring, but easily enjoyed in the short term.
  20. NOVAL Fine Ruby Port

    A luscious red ruby colour with an intense nose of wild cherries. On the palate, intense dark ripe fruits and lasting length.
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