This elegant hinged wooden box is made from Tung wood. The lid and the base is made from 4mm timber. Once assembled, the wooden wine box is sanded down and finished with a clear varnish that brings out the natural grain in the wood. The strong silver plated hinges and sprint mounted clasp enhance the overall quality. This premium wooden wine box shows off any bottle of wine or champagne in its best light.
This elegant hinged wooden box is made from Tung wood. The lid and the base is made from 4mm timber. Once assembled, the wooden wine box is sanded down and finished with a clear varnish that brings out the natural grain in the wood. The strong silver plated hinges and sprint mounted clasp enhance the overall quality. This premium wooden wine box shows off any two bottles of wine or champagne in their best light.
94+ Points - Stuart McCloskey
A truly fascinating and historic wine using a Solera system, which started its life nearly nine decades ago. The resulting liquid holds aromas of walnuts, fruitcake and caramel. An utter rare treat and perhaps the ultimate vinous accompaniment to cheese, tarte tatin and chocolate.
97 Points - Lisa Perrotti-Brown (eRobertParker.com)
Blended of 55% DuMOL Estate vineyard and 45% Occidental Road vineyards, the 2014 Pinot Noir Finn has a pale to medium ruby-purple color and notes of black cherries, black raspberries and anise plus underlying suggestions of yeast, potpourri, underbrush and cedar. Medium to full-bodied with plenty of opulent fruit on offer, it has a seamless backbone of very fine tannins and gorgeous freshness, finishing long and minerally.
96+ Points - Lisa Perrotti-Brown (eRobertParker.com)
We have amassed this collection of highly appealing, food friendly wines to suit every taste. Brilliant 2010 Saint-Émilion, two bottles from the legend Michel Chapoutier and New Zealand's bright star Kumeu River - all at sub-£20.00 per bottle...
Understanding how easy it is to be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of our premium wines, we have hand-picked this case of 12 bottles to create a truly spectacular and self-indulgent collection.
The rare 1928 Maury, which is absolutely delicious served slightly chilled with a warming chocolate pudding or room temperature with a full cheese board (it’s perfect with Stilton). Château Lafite Rothschild’s 2011 Carmes de Rieussec performs perfectly with Roquefort and we have added the Hobbs of Barossa Ranges Semillon 2005 to this selection, sublimely sweet and rich, bursting with pure pear, pineapple and cream aromas and flavours.
94 Points - James Suckling.com (Monday, November 13, 2017)
Peach fruit aromas are at their seductive best here. The warmth of sweetly spicy and toasty oak adds plenty of interest, too. Masses of fleshy, palate-soaking presence in the mouth, while acid zips around below like an underground rail network, unseen and yet essential to everything working. The phenolics are spot on. Lemon cream finish. Drink now.
91+ Points - Lisa Perrotti-Brown
The 2015 Coddington Chardonnay is youthfully muted with subtle suggestions of lemon curd, lime leaves and grapefruit peel plus a yeasty, toasty, cedary waft. Light to medium-bodied, fine, fresh and delicate in the mouth, it delivers good citrus and yeasty notes.