Canterbury, New Zealand
Bell Hill vineyard is a long-term project driven by a desire to realise the full potential of this unique, lime-rich environment.
97 Points & Only £19.95
James Halliday - “One of the best value wines in the 31-year history of the Companion”
100 Points James Suckling - "A complex and complete wine that delivers a generosity with firmness. Drink in 2021 but already a classic to drink”
'An Exceptional Year'
Poggio alle Gazze is a very special white wine made by Ornellaia that benefits from the estate’s unique micro climate. Produced in small quantities and vinified with meticulous care and attention by the expert Ornellaia team led by Axel Heinz...Read more.
99 Point Il Marroneto
We are excited to offer the Super-Rare Il Marroneto Brunello di Montalcino Madonna della Grazie 2012. Yet again, the gregarious Alessandro Mori has been awarded the highest score by the Wine Advocate for his 2012 vintage (99 Points).
100 Point Tua Rita Redigaffi
James Suckling has just released his reviews of some of the top 2015 Tuscan releases awarding Tua Rita’s Redigaffi 2015 a perfect 100 points. We have 30 bottles of this superb 100% Merlot available...
98 Point 2014 Errâzuriz Las Pizarras Pinot Noir
Chile’s ‘Grand Cru’ terroir-driven Pinot Noir from coastal Aconcagua: The inaugural release with production levels at a miniscule 300 cases, which the critics adore - 98 James Suckling
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Australia By Producer
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USA By Producer
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