1. El Molturo Sauvignon Blanc, Airén, Verdejo, Spain
With flavours of white peach, elderflower and lime, this is a light, fresh and delightfully well balanced wine
2. El Molturo Tempranillo Garnacha, Spain
Aromas of ripe cherries and strawberries mingle with gentle pepper and spice. Smooth on the palate.
3. La Gioiosa Spumante, Italy
Made with the same grape variety as they use in Prosecco, this lovely sparkling wine is a pale straw yellow
with a fine and persistent mousse. Aromas are lightly floral and fruity, hinting at blossom intermingling
with ripe apple. Off-dry and refreshing.
4. Alfredini Garganega Pinot Grigio, Veneto, Italy
Refreshing and crisp with aromas of limes, grapefruits and lemons making this well balanced wine very easy to drink.
A perfect aperitif for easy drinking.
5. Bantry Bay Chenin Blanc, South Africa
Chenin Blanc is originally from the Loire Valley in France but the South Africans have really made a name for
this grape variety. An aromatic, off-dry wine with hints of tropical and citrus fruit on the nose and palate.
Great with spicy food.
6. Stonebuck Sauvignon Blanc, South Africa
Highly aromatic with intense asparagus, grass and guava notes providing an amazing bouquet. The palate is a
delicate mix of citrus fruit and mineral texture.
7. Picpoul Plo d'Isabelle, Picpoul de Pinet, South of France
Hugely popular at the moment, Picpoul de Pinet offers crisp and zesty whites
Made from the rare Picpoul grape. Refreshingly dry and vibrant with a nose of Lemon and lime fruit and hints
of green herbs. Perfect with fish.
8. Santa Rita 120 Viognier, Chile
Bright and breezy with delicate stone fruit and orange blossom aromas, this Is an easy-going fun filled wine
perfect for parties or try with richer flavoured foods.
9. Fernlands Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand
Textbook New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc with plenty of zesty fruit and aromatic, grassy aromas. Very zesty on the palate with lots of lime and nettly herbaceousness with a refreshing dry finish.
10. Pouilly-Fumé ‘Les Cascadelles’, Caves de Pouilly-sur Loire, Loire Valley France
From a high-quality cooperative this classy Pouilly-Fumé provides a benchmark performance, with plenty of mineral characters and a crisp gooseberry zestiness. Smoky gunflint characters define
wines from this prestigious appellation.
11. Chablis 1er Cru Vaillons, William Fevre, Burgundy, France
Well-structured, classically styled Chablis, offering a crisp citrus fruit backbone, hints of white flowers on the
nose, and subtly nutty influence from partial fermentation in old oak barrels.
12. Puligny-Montrachet, Jean-Louis Chavy, Burgundy, France
Neither overtly fruity nor over-oaked, Jean-Louis Chavy’s wines are extremely well balanced, emphasising
the classic minerality of Puligny-Montrachet.
13. Two Ridge Trail Merlot
This wine is everything an Australian Merlot should be, easy drinking with
soft supple tannins and lots of ripe black fruits to give a plummy character.
14. Baron de Baussac Carignan Bieilles Vignes, Vin de Pays de I’Hérault, France
An indigenous grape variety of the Languedoc, Carignan produces dark ruby
red wines with plenty of body. Crammed with black cherry fruit and lifted by
subtle vanilla aromas from a touch of oak ageing. Fantastic with game and hearty
French style food.
15. Oltre Passo Primitivo, IGT Salento, Italy
A nose of warm prunes, dates and figs, with hints of sweet spice. Full and
voluptuous, the mouth-feel is soft and plush, with toasty notes that linger on the finish.
16. Marques De Laia Crianza, Rioja, Spain
Aromas of ripe red fruits with a subtle floral bouquet and notes of cinnamon and
clove. A great all round Rioja that goes well with lamb or cured meats.
17. Capillo de Varro Malbec, Patrice Calvet, Argentina
An intense nose of plum and bramble; fulsome on the palate, delivering a swathe of
ripe, fresh black fruit held together by lush tannins. A classic match to hearty red meat.
18. Château Méaume, Bordeaux Supérieur, France
A small British-owned estate close to St-Emilion and Pomerol, Château Méaume has
been gaining a reputation for excellent value for many years. A nose of fruitcake, spice
and ripe plummy fruit. Soft and rich on the palate, with blackcurrants, plum and
smoky cedar wood.
19. Waimea Estate Pinot Noir, Nelson, New Zealand
An elegant nose of black cherry, rose petal, cranberry and subtle oak with hints
of spice. A medium bodied wine with luscious dark cherry, blossom fruits, silky
soft tannins and a generous mouthfeel. An excellent partner to red meat and
game dishes or mushroom flavoured sauces.
20. Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Clos de L’Oratoire des Papes, Rhone, France
An intense, perfumed and enticing array of sweet spices, brooding black fruits and sweet red cherries.
Earthy, fruity, spicy and complex layers of flavour and marshalled by firm tannins into a long finish.
21. Ségla, Margaux, Bordeaux, France
It is a wine with excellent concentration and poise. Showing fragrant notes of ripe fruits, violets and cedar
with beautiful length and delicate tannins. With great structure and balance and a long finish.
22. Bois Des Violettes Rosé, South of France
Bright and crisp, with subtle strawberry fruit and a refreshing dryness. The small
proportion of Muscat in the blend adds a dash of juicy grapeyness.
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23. Vistamar Late Harvest Moscatel, Limarí Valley, Chilie
Aromas of white flowers, peach and apricots and quince carry through a palate
of more ripe stone fruits and dried fig flavours. Match with sticky puddings, sweet
fruit cheesecake or rich blue cheese.
24. Elysium Black Muscat, Andrew Quady, California
Elysium is Greek for heaven, a fitting association for this excellent wine made by
Andrew Quady. Virtually black in colour, with a rose-like aroma, very intense on
the palate and full of fantastic rich velvety fruit. One of the few wines that can
stand up to chocolate puddings.
25. Croft Port Late Bottled Vintage, Portugal
Croft LBV was developed to satisfy the demand for a high quality ready to drink
alternative to vintage port, for everyday consumption. Full bodies and bursting
with ripe blackcurrant flavours.
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26. Cava Calamino, Spain
Displaying plenty of apple and toast flavours, yet intensly dry and
mouth-watering. A perfect drink to serve at a party, especially on a hot summer
27. Prosecco Corte Alta NV, Italy
Delicate and aromatic with a light body and fine bubbles, this wine carries plenty of fresh peach,
pear, apricot and apple with a revitalising finish. Enjoy on its own as an aperitif or as an accompaniment to canapés.
28. J de Telmont Grande Réserve, Champagne, NV, France
One of the few remaining, family owned Champagne houses, De Telmont produces
this excellent non-vintage in a medium bodied, soft and fruity, classically yeasty
style. Fabulous value.
29. Laurent-Perrier Brut, NV, Champagne, France
A lighter house style. Subtle citrus, toast and spice predominate this perfectly balanced Champagne,
with a strong structure giving the wine good food compatibility.
30. Bollinger Special Cuvée, Champagne, France
Bollinger is made from first run juice only and the majority of vineyards used have
Premier and Grand Cru status, resulting in a full-bodied Champagne of great class
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