The Best Buys
Clearly, a great vintage with a few cases of the ‘top’ wines available including Petit Mouton, Carruades de Lafite, Lynch Bages, Rauzan Segla, Figeac and VCC...
Our Latest Wines
An exciting array of new arrivals, including the rare Black Springs Reserve Shiraz from Glen Eldon and Chapoutier's Les Vignes de Billa-Haut Blanc 2015 which Jeb Dunnuck calls a "no-brainer purchase", these plus many more...
Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
Brought to the UK for the very first time. Brothers Carlo and Dante Mondavi of Napa Valley have launched their own brand, RAEN Winery, specialising in Sonoma Coast single vineyard Pinot Noir.
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Australia By Producer
As the 4th largest exporter of wine in the world, Australia has achieved an incredible amount for a nation that only harvested its first bunch of grapes just over 200 years ago.
USA By Producer
Every state in the USA produces its own wine, however almost all (around 95%) of the production is across just four of the fifty states: California, Washington, Oregon and New York.
New Zealand By Producer
New Zealand has three top wine growing regions, Marlborough, Gisborne and Hawke’s Bay which produce some of the New World’s most popular wines.
France By Producer
Without a doubt, France is one of the most important countries when talking about wine. The diversity of wine is due to the varied climate and soil meaning that numerous grape varieties can be grown all over France and across the regions.
2016 Bordeaux En-Primeur Highlights
Château Lynch Bages
97-99 Points - Neal Martin"...This is a classic Lynch Bages with ambition and recalls vintages like 1990, a Lynch Bages built for long-term ageing. That arching backbone is counterbalanced by the keen line of acidity and a freshness that knows no bounds."
Château Rauzan Ségla
96-97 Points - James Suckling "A solid red with currant and blackberry character. Full body, soft tannins and a flavorful finish. Shows richness and excitement. Juicy and sexy undertone to this."
Le Petit Mouton de Mouton Rothschild
"The palate is medium-bodied with supple and ripe tannin, very harmonious and blessed with a satin-like texture. It is a more understated Le Petit Mouton, but you almost miss the precision and detail, the mineralité on the linear finish."
98-100 Points - Neal Martin " This Figeac has an outstanding structure and a saline finish that beckons you back for another sip. The 2015 Figeac was stunning and the 2016 no less. Tasted on four separate occasions, and in the end, only one (banded) score became inevitable."