Is a home to our personal favourites and a reference point for something a little special. The criteria is simple; outstanding quality, drinks amazingly well, super-value or (preferably) a combination of all…
Wines of Great Stature
Jonathan Maltus is the first Englishman in Bordeaux to win a perfect score from Robert Parker for his 2010 Château Dome Le Dôme (we sold out at £2,200 per case). Not many know that Jonathan shipped his equipment all the way from St-Emillon to Australia to produce wines of outstanding stature from Barossa Valley's old vine blocks.
Mature Wines of the World
Great wines deserve our patience, for which the rewards are prodigious. We are proud to present you a vast collection of wines at least a decade old from both the New and Old Continent.
The critics scores are in – 2015 is a great vintage and is going to provide much pleasure. We have gathered a collection of 100 point wines to some absolute bargains from the satellite appellations of the Right Bank. Check back regularly as we will be buying more!
2015 Château Haut Brion Rouge
The prodigious 2015 is a double 100 pointer with Neal Martin and Jeb Dunnuck awarding perfection. Neal declares the wines as “a behemoth of a wine, one that is up there with the legends of the past”
2015 Château Mouton Rothschild
Close to perfection with two critics awarding 99 points however, Jeb Dunnuck believes 2015 Chateau Mouton Rothschild will be a candidate for perfection in 10-12 years. Martin “this is a must-have in your cellar.”
2015 Château L'Evangile
A truly spectacular Pomerol and plaudits to match. 100 points from Suckling “An amazing wine reminiscent of the great L’Evangiles of the 1950s”. Dunnuck “This is one of those wines I wish every reader could taste”