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  1. Ziereisen Blauer Spatburgunder Baden 2013

    Ziereisen Blauer Spatburgunder Baden 2013

    Located in Baden just 15km from the Swiss border, this is an outstanding Pinot Noir from a producer dedicated to making expressive, terroir-driven wines – “controlled idleness” is the guiding philosophy. The red fruit aromas of strawberry and red cherry are fresh and pure, backed up by dried herbs and licorice, and finished off by fresh acidity and an integrated gripping tannic structure. Learn More
  2. Domaine Julien Nuits Saint Georges 2015

    Domaine Julien Nuits Saint Georges 2015

    Fourth generation winemaker Etienne Julien has brought an organic, vineyard-led approach to viticulture and winemaking, leading to a steep rise in quality. Sourced from four vineyards in Nuits-St-Georges, the wine is aged in 30% new oak. The result is a serious, intense wine, with ripe black fruits, roses and violets, tapenade, black pepper, licorice, and smoke, and a tight, gripping palate. Drink now-2030. Learn More
  3. Domaine Buisson-Battault "Les Combes" Pommard 2015

    Domaine Buisson-Battault "Les Combes" Pommard 2015

    Refined, sophisticated Pommard from the Les Combes lieu-dit, on the border between Village and Premier Cru territory. The fruit is aged for 12 months in 20% new oak to give an integrated grainy structure and a peppery edge, alongside lightly chewy tannins and aromas of raspberry, blackberry, and dried herbs. A serious, very smooth expression of Pommard. Learn More
  4. Deutz Brut Classic Champagne NV

    Deutz Brut Classic Champagne NV

    Deutz have been making wine since 1838, and are incredibly consistent in the quality and style of their elegant champagnes. This is a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir to produce a delicate, restrained, and stylish wine that has light aromas of green apple and cinnamon and a wonderfully fresh palate. The texture is very gentle, lightly mouth-coating and subtle. A wine that provides evidence that champagne is a perfect food pairing – drink this with salmon. Learn More
  5. Gremillet Brut Selection NV

    Gremillet Brut Selection NV

    70% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay, from the Côte des Bars area of Champagne, made by a small producer who have been making their own wine since 1979. The wine spends 22 months on the lees before bottling and dosage is 9/L, giving the wine some richness. This is an approachable champagne that’s a little more fruit forward with aromas of green apples, cinnamon, and toast, followed by crisp acidity on the palate and a drying finish. Very tasty. Learn More
  6. Laurent-Perrier Cuvee Rose Brut Champagne NV Magnum

    Laurent-Perrier Cuvee Rose Brut Champagne NV Magnum

    $190.00 (NET)
    Simply one of the best rosé champagnes out there, and even better in a magnum. This is a quietly serious, sophisticated rosé with delicate aromas of rose petals, pot pourri, strawberries, and cranberries, plus a touch of cinnamon and white pepper, all rounded off by a gently round, creamy mousse and a long, graceful finish. So stylish. Learn More
  7. Gen del Alma "JiJiJi" Malbec/Pinot Noir Tupungato Mendoza2018

    Gen del Alma "JiJiJi" Malbec/Pinot Noir Tupungato Mendoza2018

    This unusual blend of Malbec and Pinot Noir unexpectedly blew us away. The grapes are grown at the heights of 1,400m in Mendoza, helping to retain the freshness which makes this wine so appealing. It’s made with some carbonic fermentation, and aged for just four months. There are lots of crunchy red and black fruit aromas, with a lightly grainy texture and lively acidity. As the name suggests – jijiji is “hehehe” – this wine is a lot of fun. Learn More
  8. Ridgeview "Bloomsbury" Brut NV

    Ridgeview "Bloomsbury" Brut NV

    59% Chardonnay, 27% Pinot Noir, 14% Meunier. English sparkling wine is coming through as a serious rival to champagne, as is evidenced by this stylish bottle of bubbles from established producer, Ridgeview. There’s a creamy, nutty mouthfeel and aromas of baking apples and cinnamon with the high acidity characteristic of English wine offset by a small, barely noticeable amount of residual sugar (9g/L). A sophisticated wine with a serious edge. Learn More
  9. Stephane Coquillette Marie Aimer Rose NV

    Stephane Coquillette Marie Aimer Rose NV

    4th generation winemaker makes this very pretty rosé using the saignée method (two days maceration) rather than by adding red wine. It’s 100% Pinot Noir with 5g/L dosage to give it a little richness. The nose is extremely inviting, with strawberry, raspberry, roses, cinnamon, and lavender, followed by a subtly creamy texture on the palate and a drying acidic finish. Serious, sophisticated, very drinkable rosé. Learn More
  10. Jacquesson Cuvee 741 NV

    Jacquesson Cuvee 741 NV

    50% Chardonnay, 25% Pinot Noir, 25% Meunier. The Cuvée 700 series is all about expressing both terroir and the vintage – the wine changes with each release, rather than being a consistent house blend. The base for 741 is 2013, showing a subtly developing maturity of roasted almonds, biscuit, and mushrooms but still incredibly fresh with high acidity and a dry, lean, linear palate filled out with a creamy texture and red apples. Intense and ageworthy. Learn More