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    The VSF Group has over 25 years of experience supplying yachts in the Mediterranean and beyond. Our offices in France, Italy, Spain and Croatia – Antibes, Palma de Mallorca, Viareggio and Zadar – are open throughout the year to fulfil orders across the Mediterranean.

    In Mallorca we stock a carefully selected range of wines which are available for immediate delivery. With access to the cellars at VSF head office in France we are able to offer a much greater selection from the full list, allowing time for shipping.

    As well as fulfilling your wine needs Essentials offer a comprehensive yacht provisioning service. Please call us to discuss your requirements, we’re always pleased to help. Information about our provisioning service is available online at




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    Champagne & Sparkling

    CHAMPAGNEBILLECART-SALMONStill family run, the small house of Billecart-Salmon offers a range of black-grape-dominated Champagnes with bright, complex fruit flavours resulting from a long, slow, cool fermentation process. Particularly well known for its elegant Rosé, Billecart-Salmon is a Champagne house for wine lovers: many who discover it drink few other Champagnes thereafter.

    Billecart-Salmon Brut Réserve NV €34.00Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé NV €52.00

    BOLLINGERBollinger La Grande Année 2008 €99.00Food pairing suggestion Great paired with truffled popcorn, Parma ham or rich seafood such as lobster or seared scallops, especially with a sauce.

    DOM PERIGNONDom Pérignon, owned by Moët & Chandon, is an exclusively vintage prestige cuvée Champagne. It is made from roughly equal quantities (varying slightly according to the vintage) of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, grown only in the best vineyard sites in Champagne. During production, the wine sees no oak and is protected from oxidation as much as possible making it one of Champagne's most reductive, minerally styles with an overarching elegance, harmony and completeness. It is one of the most classic, famous, and eye-catching of all wines and consistently tastes as good as its reputation suggests it will.

    Dom Pérignon 2008/9 €149.00Dom Pérignon Rosé 2006 €315.00

    One of the most northern wine producing regions in the world, Champagne is located 90 miles north-east of Paris with 34,000 hectares of vines. Surrounding the Champagne hubs of Epernay and Reims,

    the region produces around a million bottles of Champagne a day.

    A technique said to have been invented by Dom Pérignon in 1688, Champagne is made using the traditional

    method whereby a second fermentation is induced in the bottle, producing CO2 which becomes trapped,

    resulting in a sparkling wine. Champagne style wines are now replicated all over the world.

    These premium wines are usually made from a blend of grapes: Chardonnay to add fruit and elegance; the

    red grapes, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, for body and backbone.

    Billecart-SalmonBrut Rosé


    93ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “Pale yet intense pink in color, the Billecart-Salmon NV Brut Rosé is pure,

    fresh and intense on the nose, with lovely raspberry aromas, refreshing

    citrus zest flavors and great definition. On the palate this is a pure, light and

    vinous rosé with great finesse and a long, well-structured and even juicy

    finish. Fabulous.”

    Dom Pérignon2008


    “Lemon peel, white flowers, mint and white pepper give the 2008 its

    chiseled, bright profile. Several recent bottles have all been magnificent.

    What I admire most about the 2008 is the way it shows all the focus,

    translucence and energy that is such a signature of the year, and yet it is also

    remarkably deep and vertical. In other words, the 2008 is a Champagne that

    plays in three dimensions.”

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    LAURENT-PERRIERChardonnay forms the core of most of Laurent-Perrier's cuvées giving the wines a fresh, elegant style. The exception to this is their Cuvée Rosé, for which the house is best known. Made from 100% Pinot Noir, it is unusual in that it is made by the tricky ‘saignée’ method. This is the technique by which the pink colour is obtained through maceration of the skins rather than the addition of red wine (the way most rosé Champagnes are made) and gives Laurent-Perrier Rosé its remarkable flavour.

    Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée Brut NV €35.00Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé NV €63.00

    MOET & CHANDONMoët & Chandon Brut Impérial NV €38.00

    LOUIS ROEDERERMost famous for their prestige cuvée Cristal which was first created in 1876 for the Tsar of Russia, Alexander II, the house of Louis Roederer is known for the sheer quality and style of their wines across the range. Roederer is the largest owner of organically-farmed (and increasingly, biodynamically-farmed) vineyards in Champagne. The wines are distinguished by their superb balance, finesse and elegance and their fine, creamy mousse.

    Louis Roederer Brut Premier NV €38.00Louis Roederer Cristal 2008 €249.00Louis Roederer Cristal 2009 €179.00Food pairing suggestion Perfect with lobster, beluga caviar, seared salmon or smoked sea trout.

    RUINARTRuinart is Champagne's oldest house, with a history dating back to 1729. The Chardonnay grape is at the heart of all Ruinart's wines giving them freshness and bright fruit aromas. The wines, vinified non-oxidatively in stainless steel, have a minerally character in youth, developing toasty, smoky characteristics with bottle age.

    Ruinart Blanc de Blancs NV €59.00Ruinart Rosé NV €59.00

    TAITTINGERTaittinger Brut Réserve NV €37.00

    VEUVE CLICQUOTOften considered the Champagne of the yachting fraternity, with its distinctive yellow-orange livery, the ultra-consistent style of its Pinot-dominated wines is what has made Veuve Clicquot one of the world's most popular classic, dry Champagnes.

    Veuve Clicquot Brut NV €39.00Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame 2006 €126.00


    FRANCELanglois Crémant de Loire Brut Rosé NV €17.00Food pairing suggestion Delicious with tuna tataki or gravlax or simply on its own as an aperitif.

    ITALYAndreola Vigneto Dirupo Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Extra Dry NV €17.00

    SPAINCAVAAGUSTI TORELLO MATA“Although Agusti Torello was founded in 1950, this estate sold its Cava to other producers for twenty or thirty years before taking the plunge and bottling themselves. Their philosophy and tagline is: “Cava with soul,” something sceptics might smirk at, at least until they taste them. All fruit is sourced from Penedes from organically cultivated vines and they concentrate upon Reserva and Gran Reserva only.”

    The Wine Advocate

    Brut Gran Reserva Barcelona 2012 €15.00

    ALTA ALELLAOrganic grapes produce a dry base wine which is then fermented according to the traditional method, as used in Champagne. Aged a minimum of 15 months on its yeast lees to impart a delicate bready flavour and released without any dosage making it the refreshing ultra-brut style. Unusually, no sulphites or other products are added in the whole process.

    Mirgin Brut Nature Reserva Eco Alella NV €14.50Mirgin Rosé Brut Nature Reserva Alella NV €14.50Laietà Reserva Brut Nature Eco Alella NV €24.00

    Sparkling wine is arguably the most technical style of wine in the world. Not only do these wines have to undergo a first fermentation in order to make alcohol, but also a second

    fermentation to produce the carbon dioxide giving the wine its fizz. This is done either in the same way as Champagne, where the second fermentation takes place in the bottle, or by using

    the tank method where it takes place inside a sealed tank.

    Produced all around the world, sparkling wine comes in a huge range of styles, from bone dry to

    perfumed and floral.

    10 -14 day delivery

    Laurent-PerrierCuvée Rosé


    92ptsWine Spectator

    “Firm and finely knit, this offers richness in a sleek frame, with crushed

    raspberry, blood orange peel, smoke and toasted almond notes set on

    the satiny mousse. The finish echoes subtle saffron and spice accents.”

    Louis RoedererCristal


    97+ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “The 2008 Cristal opens bright, super clear, fresh and pure on the exciting,

    absolutely fascinating nose with its fine, complex and elegant bouquet

    of gorgeously ripe and matured fruits, brioche and chalk expressions.

    This is the finest you can get from Champagne. The palate is pure, lean, fresh and filigreed but concentrated,

    highly complex, full of tension and enormously vibrant.”

    Veuve ClicquotLa Grande Dame


    94ptsWine Spectator

    “A waft of spring blossom draws you into this elegant Champagne, whose

    subtle notes of poached quince, toasted brioche and mandarin orange

    gracefully ride the satiny mousse, supported by a vibrant backbone

    of acidity.”

    Prosecco AndreolaVigneto Dirupo

    Extra DryNV

    90ptsWine Enthusiast

    “Creamy and refreshing, this opens with heady scents of honeysuckle,

    jasmine and mature pear. The bright silky palate doles out honeydew melon, green apple and candied

    nectarine set against a foaming mousse. Vibrant acidity gives it a clean,

    crisp finish.”

    Agustí Torelló MataBrut Gran Reserva


    92ptsWine Enthusiast

    “Rich, mature aromas of brioche reflect autolysis. A full palate with just

    enough acidic freshness is layered and complex, while spiced apple flavors

    are yeasty. A mild note of toast melds with a hint of butter and brioche on the lingering finish. As gran reserva

    Cava goes, this is a winner.”

    Alta AlellaLaietà Reserva

    Brut Nature EcoNV

    89ptsWine Enthusiast

    “A fresh aroma of orange takes the lead on the nose. In the mouth, this brut

    nature is tight, carrying flavors of pink grapefruit and red apple skins that last

    on the finish.”

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    FRANCEPROVENCECHATEAU D’ESCLANSSacha Lichine’s exquisite rosés from Château d’Esclans are fast becoming regarded as the finest range from Provence, if not in the world; a fitting testament to all the effort that has gone into the property’s restoration, and the wines’ meticulous creation.

    Château d’Esclans Whispering Angel Rosé Côtes de Provence 2017/18 €19.00Château d’Esclans Rock Angel Rosé Côtes de Provence 2017/18 €29.00Château d’Esclans Garrus Rosé Côtes de Provence 2016/17 €115.00

    CHATEAU MINUTYChâteau Minuty has been run by the Matton-Farnet family since 1936 and was one of only 23 estates in Provence to be awarded Cru Classé status in 1955. The vineyards on the slopes of Gassin and Ramatuelle, overlooking the bay of St Tropez, are farmed sustainably using no herbicides or pesticides, and only organic fertilisers.

    Minuty M Rosé Côtes de Provence 2017/18 €15.00Minuty Prestige Rosé Côtes de Provence 2017/18 €21.00Château Minuty Rose et Or Côtes de Provence 2017/18 €30.00

    Mirabeau Classic Rosé Côtes de Provence 2018 €14.00Miraval Rosé Côtes de Provence 2018 €20.00

    DOMAINES OTTThe quintessential Provence rosé, Domaines Ott, with its instantly-recognisable bottle, is often simply a must-have, and for good reason. The wines are made from estate-grown grapes which are rigorously sorted (in a tricky vintage, only half of the usual quantity may be produced) to ensure the exceptional high quality for which they are known remains consistent from year to year.

    Domaines Ott Rosé Bandol / Côtes de Provence 2017/18 €26.00BY.OTT Rosé Côtes de Provence 2017/18 €16.00

    Domaine PiqueRoque Rosé IGP Maures 2017/18 €7.50Food pairing suggestionA refreshing aperitif or delicious with simple summer salads or a mediterranean mezze board.

    Rosé is produced in a variety of styles around the world, although perhaps the best known are those from Provence. Not only is this France’s oldest wine region, having been making wine for

    over 2,600 years, but it is also the only one to focus on rosé.

    It even has a research institute dedicated to the style. Dry, crisp and refreshing, these wines are a blend

    of regional varieties such as Grenache, Carignan and Syrah.

    GRAMONAGramona is one of the very finest Cava producers of all. The Xarel-lo-dominant wines are given considerable bottle aging, leading to a rich, autolytic style. A special dosage wine which has been matured in a solera fashion for over 100 years also adds complexity.

    Gramona Imperial Gran Reserva Brut 2013 €25.00Gramona Gran Reserva III Lustros 2011 €35.00

    JOSE LUIS FERREROne of Mallorca’s greatest producers, Jose Luis Roses Lambourne, the grandson of the founder, turns his expert hand to this delicious sparkling wine (Cava is the term for any traditional method sparkling wine from Spain, not just those from Cataluña). Made largely from the characterful local grape Moll, this is a uniquely Mallorquin celebration of a wine!

    Brut Veritas Binissalem NV €19.00

    JUVE Y CAMPSJuvé y Camps has been a family run company for three generations and has garnered an international reputation. Joan Juvé Mir, a bold and enterprising vine grower with ideas way ahead of his time, laid the foundations of what would become the family firm in the heart of the best Cava area, Sant Sadurní d’Anoia outside Barcelona, more than 200 years ago.

    Brut Cinta Púrpura Cataluña NV €14.50Brut Rosado Reserva Cataluña NV €16.50Brut Reserva de la Familia Cataluña 2015 €21.00Blanc de Noirs Reserva Cataluña 2015 €32.00

    PARXETMade in the traditional method, like Champagne, bottle-fermented and aged for 15 months on its lees, Parxet is made from a blend of Macabeo, Parellada and Pansa Blanca grapes. The Brut Nature is bone dry, having no enriching dosage before bottling, and is therefore a wonderful fizz for fish and shellfish dishes.

    Titiana Brut Nature Alella NV €17.00

    ROSE10 -14 day delivery

    GramonaIII Lustros

    Gran Reserva2011

    Juvé y CampsReserva de la Familia

    Brut NatureGran Reserva



    Brut NatureNV

    Château d’EsclansRock Angel Rosé



    “Vivid peach skin color. Displays fresh citrus fruit and red berry scents, along with a subtle floral nuance that

    emerges with aeration. Silky in texture and nicely concentrated, offering juicy

    raspberry and blood orange flavors that tighten up on the back half.

    Finishes on a tangy citrus zest note, with repeating florality and very

    good persistence.”

    Domaines OttRosé2017


    “A complex bouquet displays ripe, mineral-accented red berries, citrus

    fruits, nectarine and pungent flowers, along with a subtle and exotic touch

    of honey. Offers palate-coating strawberry liqueur, blood orange

    and lavender flavors that unfold and deepen steadily on the back half.

    The pit fruit quality sneaks back in on an impressively long, penetrating

    finish that shows excellent clarity and powerful mineral thrust.”

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    BODEGAS MARQUES DE RISCALMarqués de Riscal Rosada ‘Palido’ 2017 €7.00

    MUGAMuga Rosado Haro Rioja 2017/18 €11.00Flor de Muga Haro Rioja 2017/18 €23.00

    NAVARRAJULIAN CHIVITEGran Feudo Rosado Navarra 2018 €6.00

    OCHOAOchoa Moscatel 50cl 2016 €14.00

    MALLORCA VI DE LA TERRAVINYES MORTITXMade from a blend of Monastrell, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, this pale rosé from Mortitx is an expression of their unique terroir in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains.

    Flaires Escorca 2018 €14.50

    BINISSALEMBINIGRAUBinigrau’s organic rosado is a worthy addition to our range and offers delicious summer drinking.

    Bi Rosat Biniali 2018 €12.75

    JOSE LUIS FERRERJosé Luis Ferrer started his winery in 1931 when viticulture on the island was in serious decline and practically all gone. Soon thereafter, the Spanish Civil War and the ensuing reign of Franco made commerce more challenging and tested Ferrer’s resolve. He refused to give in and continued to produce wine despite the odds. His hard work was rewarded in 1990 when the region was givenDO status. Mallorca is now righty regarded as one of the greatest places in Spain to make wine.

    Veritas Roig Binissalem 2018 €15.00Rosat Binissalem 2018 €8.00

    PLA I LLEVANTES FANGARTwenty Twelve Rosat Felanitx 2017/18 €10.50

    France produces 7-8 billion bottles of wine every year, second only to Italy in terms of volume. A key part of French culture, with 27 billion hectolitres being drunk in France

    annually, wine is produced throughout the country in every style.

    France’s long-standing wine heritage gave birth to the appellation system, designed to preserve regional wine styles, which has been emulated all over Europe.

    France is also the source of many international grape varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay.














    10 -14 day delivery

    Muga Rosado2017/18

    Vinyes MortitxFlaires


    Jose Luis FerrerVeritas Roig



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    FRANCE WHITE ALSACELocated between the centre and north of France, the Loire valley stretches 600 miles east to

    west and accounts for 8% of the country’s vineyards including the famous appellations of Sancerre, Pouilly-Fumé, Muscadet and Vouvray. Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé are situated at

    the far eastern end of the Loire valley and arguably produce the world’s greatest expressions of Sauvignon Blanc. Sancerre also produces high quality reds and rosés from Pinot Noir.

    The Loire is considered to be France’s most diverse wine region given the different climates and soil

    types such a large region offers, and as such, produces wines in every style.


    ALSACEGewurztraminer Cuvée Laurence Domaine Weinbach 2017 €42.00Food pairing suggestionOne of the best wines to serve with exotic flavours, such as flavoursome thai and asian dishes.

    Riesling Grand Cru Schlossberg Cuvée Sainte Catherine Domaine Weinbach 2016 €76.00

    LOIRECarisannes Sauvignon Blanc H. Brochard 2018 €9.00

    SancerreSancerre Classique H. Brochard 2016/17 €18.00Sancerre Château de Fontaine-Audon Langlois-Chateau 2017 €24.00

    Pouilly FuméPouilly Fumé Classique H. Brochard 2017/18 €19.00Pouilly Fumé Vieilles Vignes H. Brochard 2015/16 €25.00Pouilly Fumé Ladoucette 2017/18 €26.00Pouilly Fumé Baron de L 2015 €59.00

    Protected by the Vosges Mountains, Alsace is one of the driest regions in France and due to its northern latitude has very long hours of sunshine during the growing season. This helps to ripen the grapes and produce some of the world’s finest white wines.

    The wines from Alsace are produced from noble varieties such as Riesling, Pinot Gris and

    Gewurztraminer and unlike elsewhere in France, here, the name of the grape must appear on the

    label. The best vineyard sites have been given Grand Cru status.

    10 -14 day delivery

    Riesling Grand CruSchlossberg Cuvée

    Sainte CatherineDomaine Weinbach


    92ptsWine Spectator

    “Broad and creamy flavors of Jonagold apple, orchard blossom, peach skin and ground ginger are set in a lithe

    and elegant frame, enlivened by a laser beam of acidity and an underpinning

    of spicy mineral.”

    SancerreChâteau de



    89ptsWine Spectator

    “Lean and fresh, with thyme, chalk and lime pith notes that are bracing

    through the finish. Offers a kick of gooseberry at the very end.”

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    CHABLISA very well-known name in the world of wine, Chablis is a northern region of 4,900ha celebrated for producing Chardonnays which are austere in character and display steely, fresh minerality. There are 40 vineyards which are classified as Premier Cru, and 7 Grand Cru vineyards which overlook the town of Chablis and the River Serein.

    Chablis Champs Royaux William Fèvre 2017 €20.00

    Chablis J. Moreau & Fils 2016/17 €26.00

    Chablis 1er Cru Joseph Drouhin 1er Cru 2016/17 €38.00

    Chablis Vaillons Joseph Drouhin 1er Cru 2016/17 €40.00

    Chablis Montmains William Fèvre 1er Cru 2017 €35.00

    Chablis Fourchaume William Fèvre 1er Cru 2015/16 €43.00

    Chablis Grenouilles Château Grenouilles La Chablisienne Grand Cru 2013/15 €72.00

    Chablis Bougros William Fèvre Grand Cru 2015/16 €69.00

    Chablis Valmur J. Moreau & Fils Grand Cru 2009 €62.00

    Chablis Valmur J. Moreau & Fils Grand Cru 2015 €64.00

    Food pairing suggestionPerfect with steamed lobster, seared scallops or salmon terrine.

    BOURGOGNEBourgogne Chardonnay Les Ursulines Jean-Claude Boisset 2015 €19.00

    COTE DE NUITSVougeotVougeot 1er Cru le Clos Blanc de Vougeot Domaine de la Vougeraie 1er Cru 2008 €98.00Vougeot 1er Cru le Clos Blanc de Vougeot Domaine de la Vougeraie 1er Cru 2015 €126.00

    COTE DE BEAUNEAloxe-CortonCorton-Charlemagne Bouchard Père & Fils Grand Cru 2015 €169.00

    Food pairing suggestionTry with foie gras or roasted chicken in a rich sauce, equally lovely with blue cheese.

    BeauneBeaune du Château 1er Cru Blanc Bouchard Père & Fils 1er Cru 09/15/16 €37.00

    MeursaultMeursault Bouchard Père & Fils 2015 €44.00Meursault Joseph Drouhin 2014/16 €66.00Meursault Genevrières Bouchard Père & Fils 1er Cru 2015/16 €84.00

    Food pairing suggestionWonderful with panfried fish or creamy chicken dishes, especially when mushrooms are involved.













    Burgundy, or Bourgogne, is the source of the most majestic Grand Cru and Premier Cru wines in the world. The polar opposite of Bordeaux with its grand Châteaux, this is a complex region of smallholders with over 3,000 vineyard owners. 15 million cases are produced annually from 100 different appellations spanning 26,000 hectares.

    With reds made from Pinot Noir and whites from Chardonnay, these wines are not only long lived, but are also some of the most exceptional on the market.


    The most significant of thesefor the production of white wines: CHABLISCOTE DE BEAUNE MACONNAIS

    Chablis BougrosWilliam Fèvre


    93ptsWine Spectator

    “Oyster shell, stone, apple, melon and lemon flavors highlight this

    intense Chablis. Firm and long, with a resounding aftertaste of mineral.”

    Vougeot le ClosBlanc de Vougeot

    Domaine de laVougeraie


    91ptsWine Spectator

    “Highlighted by the vibrant structure, this white offers flavors of linden and

    acacia blossoms, light toast, lime and apple. On the sleek, racy side, with a

    mineral-infused finish.”


    Bouchard Père & Fils2015

    93ptsWine Spectator

    “Lean and tight, with oak spice wrapped around a core of lemon,

    apple and stone flavors. Firms up in the end, yet shows the intensity and

    promise of things to come.”

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    Puligny-MontrachetPuligny-Montrachet Joseph Drouhin 2016 €76.00Puligny-Montrachet Louis Jadot 2014/16 €77.00

    Food pairing suggestionWorks as beautifully with meaty fish and shellfish as it does with mushroom risotto.

    DOMAINE LEFLAIVEDomaine Leflaive is currently crafting what are undoubtedly some of the greatest Chardonnay wines on earth. Production is tiny, demand is stratospheric and prices are deservedly high (and rising). The land is farmed entirely biodynamically which eliminates all chemical intervention. The concentration achieved in the wines is quite remarkable.

    Puligny-Montrachet Le Clavoillon Domaine Leflaive 1er Cru 2012 €259.00Puligny-Montrachet Les Combettes Domaine Leflaive 1er Cru 2006 €290.00Puligny-Montrachet Les Folatières Domaine Leflaive 1er Cru 2008 €385.00Puligny-Montrachet Les Pucelles Domaine Leflaive 1er Cru 2001 €369.00

    Chassagne-MontrachetChassagne-Montrachet Louis Jadot 2015/16 €71.00Chassagne-Montrachet Vergers Domaine Amiot Guy & Fils 1er Cru 2014/15 €78.00Chassagne-Montrachet Morgeot Laguiche Joseph Drouhin 1er Cru 2016 €139.00

    MontrachetBâtard-Montrachet Louis Jadot Grand Cru 2009 €365.00Chevalier-Montrachet La Cabotte Bouchard Père & Fils Grand Cru 2007 €385.00Montrachet Louis Jadot Grand Cru 2013 €610.00

    MACONNAISPouilly-FuisséPouilly-Fuissé Joseph Drouhin 2017 €34.00Pouilly-Fuissé Clos des Prouges Domaine Ferret 2016 €46.00Pouilly-Fuissé Terroir Domaine Luquet Depuis 1878 2015/17 €21.00

    BORDEAUXThe original home of Sauvignon Blanc, white wines are produced in Bordeaux from Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon and Muscadelle. Many of these are inexpensive dry whites from regions such as Entre-Deux-Mers and Graves, however there are also some outstanding producers making complex and age-worthy examples that are highly sought-after.

    Château Latour Martillac Blanc Pessac-Léognan 2014 €53.00

    AILE D’ARGENT BLANC DE MOUTON ROTHSCHILDChâteau Mouton Rothschild’s white wine is an exercise in just how good white Bordeaux can be, and something of a bargain when you consider how much the red wines fetch. Absurdly rare and even more absurdly delicious.

    Aile d’Argent Bordeaux Blanc de Mouton Rothschild 2007 €129.00

    CHATEAU LAVILLE HAUT-BRION BLANCAbutting that of La Mission-Haut-Brion, the Laville vineyard is a 3.5ha plot established in 1923. The white varieties were planted because of an increased presence of clay in this section which makes the terroir less suitable for red varieties. An average blend of 79% Sémillon, 21% Sauvignon, the wine is regarded as one of the very best dry whites in Bordeaux in practically every vintage.

    Château Laville Haut-Brion Blanc Pessac-Léognan 2006 €490.00

    RHONECondrieu Invitare M. Chapoutier 2016 €55.00Châteauneuf-du-Pape Blanc Château Mont-Redon 2015 €36.00Food pairing suggestionFantasic with asian cuisine, roast turbot and white meats such as veal.

    SOUTHERN FRANCEWith over 3,000 hours of sunlight a year and constant breezes and mistral winds keeping the risk of fungal disease at a minimum, the south of France is an ideal region for viticulture. A mixture of both local and international grapes is grown here, producing wines in a variety of styles.

    LANGUEDOC-ROUSSILLONDomaine La Gravette Sauvignon Blanc IGP Pays d’Oc 2016/17 €5.95Domaine La Gravette Chardonnay IGP Pays d’Oc 2017 €5.95

    PROVENCEChâteau Miraval Blanc Coteaux Varois en Provence 2016 €25.00Domaines Ott Blanc de Blancs Côtes de Provence 2016/17 €26.00Food pairing suggestionClassic match with grilled fish and fish soups


    Puligny-MontrachetLe Clavoillon

    Domaine Leflaive2012

    94ptsWine Spectator

    “A classy white, creamy in texture and racy, featuring lemon, apple,

    hazelnut, nut oil and mineral aromas and flavors. Intense and airy at once, building to a long aftertaste of citrus and mineral. The oak lends the right

    amount of support and never gets in the way.”

    Bâtard-MontrachetLouis Jadot


    95ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “Jadot’s 2009 Batard-Montrachet is rich, layered, sensual and totally

    beguiling. Slate, smoke and crushed rocks are some of the notes that

    develop in the glass, adding complexity to the highly expressive,

    nuanced fruit.”

    Pouilly-FuisséClos des Prouges

    Domaine Ferret2015

    92ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “A clean and precise bouquet, quite nuanced at first before developing

    more intensity: bruised green apple, freshly sliced pear and a touch of

    spice. The palate is very well defined with crisp acidity, spicy at first with

    hints of ginger that complement the citrus fruit, fanning out toward a

    really convincing, quite delicious and sophisticated finish.”

    Aile d’ArgentBordeaux Blanc deMouton Rothschild


    91ptsWine Spectator

    “Lemon curd on the nose, with lemon peel and freshly cut flowers. Full and rich, offering a waxy and rich palate.

    Long and oily, with lots going on.”

    Condrieu InvitareM. Chapoutier


    93ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “The 2016 Condrieu Invitare is fresh, clean and balanced, avoiding any of

    the oiliness that can sometimes creep into Viognier. Lightly floral on the nose, it shows honeydew and apricot flavors,

    medium to full body, and hints of white pepper and tannin on the l ong finish. It should drink well for

    several years.”

    Domaines OttBlanc de Blancs


    92ptsWine Spectator

    “Very pure, with a precise and racy beam of honeysuckle, white peach,

    verbena and yellow apple fruit notes streaming through, all carried by a

    light quinine thread that adds length and tension through the finish.”

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    COTE DE NUITSThe Côte de Nuits is a 20km stretch forming the northern part of the Côte d’Or, Burgundy’s

    ‘golden slope’, and it is here that most of the world’s finest examples of Pinot Noir

    are produced. Named after the region’s largest village, Nuits-Saint-Georges, 22 out of

    Burgundy’s 23 red Grands Crus are located here, expressing a variety of styles. They tend

    to be weightier and deeper coloured than the Pinots produced on the Côte de Beaune.

    Gevrey-Chambertin, Vougeot and Nuits-Saints-Georges are known for their robust style of

    wine, whilst Chambolle-Musigny and Vosne-Romanée display finesse and elegance.

    COTE DE BEAUNEDespite the Côte de Beaune being well-known for its white wines, there is actually more red

    wine produced in the region. The Pinot Noirs from this southern half of the Côte d’Or show

    softness and finesse with the best examples coming from Beaune, Pommard and Volnay as

    well as the exceptionally powerful Grand Cru of Corton.


    BOURGOGNEBourgogne Pinot Noir Réserve Coteaux des Moines Bouchard Père & Fils 2015/16 €16.00Bourgogne Rouge Laforêt Joseph Drouhin 2015/17 €23.00

    COTE DE NUITSCôte de Nuits Villages Le Vaucrain Louis Jadot 2014 €32.00

    Gevrey-ChambertinGevrey-Chambertin Bouchard Père & Fils 2015/16 €46.00Gevrey-Chambertin Joseph Drouhin 2014 €65.00Food pairing suggestionTry with richly sauced dishes such as beef bourguignon or coq au vin.

    Morey-St-DenisClos des Lambrays Domaine des Lambrays Grand Cru 2015 €310.00

    Food pairing suggestionWonderful served with roast guinea fowl or panfried duck.

    Chambolle-MusignyChambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Joseph Drouhin 1er Cru 2016 €109.00

    Vosne-Romanée / Flagey-EchézeauxEchezeaux Bouchard Père & Fils Grand Cru 2013 €230.00Echezeaux Louis Jadot Grand Cru 2014 €275.00

    DOMAINE DE LA ROMANEE-CONTIDomaine de la Romanée-Conti, or DRC for short, is one of the world's most legendary wine estates, comprising some of the finest terroir on earth. Run by Aubert de Villaine, all 25ha of the domaine are Grands Crus, including two monopolies, and are farmed biodynamically. The resulting opulent and stylish wines are some of the most sought after and expensive in the world.

    Echézeaux Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Grand Cru 2011 €2,090.00

    Nuits-St-GeorgesNuits-St-Georges Joseph Drouhin 12/14/15 €66.00Nuits-St-Georges Les Cailles Bouchard Père & Fils 1er Cru 2011/12 €98.00Food pairing suggestionPerfect match for pigeon, beef Wellington or roast rack of lamb.

    Gevrey-ChambertinJoseph Drouhin


    92ptsWine Spectator

    “Rich and inviting, featuring cherry, strawberry and spice flavors that

    remain persistent through the finish. Balanced, with civilized tannins and

    excellent length.”

    Clos de LambraysDomaine des Lambrays


    95ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “The 2015 Clos des Lambrays Grand Cru continues to show very

    well, unfurling in the glass with a rich bouquet of ripe plums, blackberries,

    dark chocolate and forest floor. On the palate, it’s full-bodied, satiny and powerful, with an ample chassis

    of fine structuring tannins and a deep core of fruit.”

    EchézeauxDomaine de la



    “Literally jumps from the glass with a heady melange of dark red fruit,

    sweet floral notes and crushed rocks. Rich and explosive on the palate, yet backed up with significant structure and pure intensity, the 2011 is firing

    on all cylinders.”

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    COTE DE BEAUNESavigny-lès-BeauneSavigny-lès-Beaune Louis Jadot 2013 €35.00

    BeauneBeaune du Château 1er Cru Rouge Bouchard Père & Fils 1er Cru 2015/16 €37.00Beaune Clos des Mouches Rouge Joseph Drouhin 1er Cru 2012 €134.00

    PommardPommard Louis Jadot 07/12/14 €64.00Pommard Les Jarollières Jean-Marc Boillot 1er Cru 2013/15 €88.00Food pairing suggestionBeautiful with roast pork or braised beef in a red wine jus.

    VolnayVolnay Les Caillerets Bouchard Père & Fils 1er Cru 2014/15 €78.00

    Chassagne-MontrachetChassagne-Montrachet Morgeot Duc de Magenta Louis Jadot 1er Cru 2014/16 €56.00Food pairing suggestionTry with veal stew and soft, ripe cheeses.

    BEAUJOLAISMade exclusively from the Gamay grape, Beaujolais wines are often light bodied and fruity and delicious served chilled.

    The better examples come from the Beaujolais Villages which are on granite hills and offer a more complex flavour profile. Fleurie and Morgon are two of the best known of these crus and can improve over 10 years or so, evolving to taste like Pinot Noir.

    Fleurie La Réserve Villa Ponciago 2014 €20.00Fleurie Château des Jacques Louis Jadot 2014 €25.00


    With 57 different appellations and 10,000 producers, Bordeaux is home to some of the world’s finest Châteaux, producing long-lasting wines of exceptional quality. 88% of the production of Bordeaux is red wine, or Claret as it is known in the UK,

    made from Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot. Bordeaux is also the source of dry whites made from Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon, and some of the

    world’s longest-lived sweet wines from Sauternes.

    The wines of the Bordeaux left bank were classified in 1855 and only five have attained First Growth status - Château Lafite, Château Mouton Rothschild,

    Château Latour, Château Margaux and Château Haut Brion. Those Châteaux that made it into any of the five tiers of this classification will have Grand Cru Classé

    on the label.

    Beaune du Château1er Cru Rouge

    Bouchard Père & Fils2016

    92ptsWine Spectator

    “Exuding both ripe cherry fruit flavor and a smoky overtone, this red is

    distinctive and vibrant. Earth, spice and mineral elements add depth and the firm, yet integrated structure gives

    this some grip. Fine length.”

    FleurieChâteau des Jacques

    Louis Jadot2014

    87ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “The 2014 Fleurie from Château des Jacques has an inviting bouquet with

    crushed strawberry and cranberry scents, a little cocoa in the background

    and nicely lifted. The palate is well-balanced with moderate complexity, yet harmonious in the mouth with a

    lilting and quite sensual finish. This is no more, no less than a thoroughly enjoyable Fleurie.”

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    MEDOCHome to many of the biggest names in Bordeaux, the Médoc is the most famous red wine region in the world and includes the renowned appellations of St Estèphe, Pauillac, St Julien and Margaux. Situated on the left bank of the Gironde estuary, the best vineyard sites are located on gravelly outcrops close to the river. The left bank is well suited to the production of Cabernet Sauvignon and the wines produced here will generally have this as the dominant grape in the blend.

    ST ESTEPHEThis is the most northerly of the important communes of the Médoc. The wines here take on a rustic style due to the high proportion of clay in the soil. As a result they can seem austere in their youth, however they display good acidity and colour and are exceptionally long-lived.

    PAUILLACConsidering that Pauillac is a small region of only 23km², three of the five First Growth Châteaux are located here – Château Latour, Château Lafite and Château Mouton Rothschild – with Grands Crus Classés representing 84% of the rest of the production. Fine, deep and gravelly soils mean that the vine roots reach a greater depth here than anywhere else in the Médoc. The resulting wines are intense and display great complexity.

    ST JULIENSt Julien is the smallest of the well-known Médoc communes at only 700ha with a uniform style thanks to the gravelly soils. Despite having no First Growth properties, St Julien is considered to offer the most consistent wines across the board, with impressive offerings year after year.

    MARGAUXThe largest commune in the Médoc, and home to First Growth Château Margaux, Margaux is famous for producing the most elegant and alluring wines of the Left Bank. With the lightest and most gravelly soils in the Médoc, the finest examples of Margaux are intensely perfumed whilst also subtle and refined.

    PESSAC-LEOGNAN/GRAVESPessac-Léognan is a district within Graves that was created in 1986 due to pressure from the vignerons who wanted to disassociate themselves from growers further south in the commune where the soils are much sandier. Pessac-Léognan is home to Château Haut Brion, the only First Growth property outside of the Médoc.

    RIGHT BANKPOMEROLPomerol is the smallest of the prestigious Bordeaux appellations with around only 150 producers and 740 hectares of vineyards. Demand and prices for these wines are high given that many of these are boutique growers making circa 1,000 cases a year. Pomerol is dominated by Merlot, producing rich and smooth wines, and features some iconic properties such as Château Pétrus.

    ST EMILIONLocated on the right bank of the Dordogne, St Emilion is one of the most important Bordeaux appellations in terms of both quality and quantities produced. Merlot is the predominant grape variety and is perfectly suited to the clay and chalk-rich soils here. Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon are also grown. Given the high proportion of Merlot, these wines are much more approachable in youth than the more tannic examples produced on the left bank.

    R. Garonne




    R. Gironde



    St Estèphe


    PauillacSt Julien


    St Emilion




    LEFT BANKMEDOCChâteau Potensac Médoc 2012 €39.00Château Tour St Bonnet Médoc 2009/2014 €21.00

    CHATEAU CAMENSACThe Camensac vineyards are on a gravelly elevation in the commune of St-Laurent-Médoc, and the excellent drainage afforded by the deep, stony soil is augmented by a system of field drains. The various plots, all entitled to the Haut-Médoc appellation, are cared for on an individual basis. Attractive ripe cherry and blackcurrant fruit intermixed with hints of damp earth, spice and new wood from this charming Médoc property.

    Château Camensac 5ème Cru Classé 2005 €70.00Château Camensac 5ème Cru Classé 2010 €73.00Food pairing suggestionPerfect paired with roast rib of beef or hard cheeses.

    CHATEAU CANTEMERLEThis prestigious property in the Médoc is most noted for featuring a high percentage of Merlot, making for an approachable, forward wine style which is drinkable in relative youth. A classed growth in the prestigious 1855 classification, the wines are something of a steal in terms of value.

    Château Cantemerle 5ème Cru Classé 2003 €77.00Château Cantemerle 5ème Cru Classé 2010 €80.00Château Cantemerle 5ème Cru Classé 2014 €60.00

    CHATEAU CHASSE-SPLEENThe unusual name of this property, undoubtedly the finest estate in Moulis, means (loosely) to chase away the blues, and how appropriate for such a great wine at a reasonable price. Had this property been considered for inclusion in the 1855 classification it surely would have been awarded high classed growth status, and would fetch vastly higher prices these days.

    Château Chasse-Spleen Moulis 1995 €70.00Château Chasse-Spleen Moulis 2005 €77.00Château Chasse-Spleen Moulis 2010 €66.00Château Chasse-Spleen Moulis 2014 €56.00

    CHATEAU POUJEAUXThe wines from Château Poujeaux in Moulis are often amongst the finest value on offer from the Médoc. Cabernet Sauvignon (50%) with the balance a mixture of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, this is a classically-styled Bordeaux. The vibrant flavours of cassis, damson and spice are intermingled with cedary oak and vanilla.

    Château Poujeaux Moulis 2005 €76.00Château Poujeaux Moulis 2014 €60.00




    “Fresh and very lively black cherry and boysenberry aromas mixed with

    cedar and pine needles. The palate is medium-bodied with a fine bead

    of acidity, lovely fleshy blackberry and raspberry fruit mixed with black

    pepper and tobacco towards the finish. What a delicious 2014 – one that

    should age with style.”

    ChâteauTour St Bonnet


    89ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “Medium-bodied with fine tannin, good structure, plenty of tobacco-

    stained black fruit with a harmonious and very satisfying finish. Now,

    here is a lovely Cru Bourgeois that gives Bordeaux a good name.




    94+ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “Broad, rich and intense on the palate, the wine has plenty of tannins, but

    they are sweet and well-integrated. Everything is delicately entwined into this beautiful, medium to full-bodied,

    dense purple wine.”

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    ST ESTEPHEChâteau Beau-Site Cru Bourgeois 2014 €32.00Food pairing suggestionDelicious with game, especially when roasted.

    CHATEAU CALON-SEGUROnce part of the mighty Ségur estate, which at various times included Lafite and Mouton Rothschild, the Marquis de Ségur was very fond of Calon, and no account of Calon-Ségur is complete without reporting his assertion that “I make my wine at Lafite and Latour but my heart is in Calon”. Doubtless this is the reason why Calon-Ségur features a heart motif on its label, and throughout the exquisite château buildings.

    Château Calon-Ségur 3ème Cru Classé 2010 €239.00Château Calon-Ségur 3ème Cru Classé 2014 €185.00

    CHATEAU COS D’ESTOURNELThe archetypal St Estèphe and almost as famous for its fantastic folly-like château building as it is for a wine which defines its commune, Cos is simply one of the must-have names. They are noted for producing amazing wines in every vintage, often being awarded the accolade of wine of the vintage in lesser years.

    Château Cos d’Estournel 2ème Cru Classé 2000 €329.00Château Cos d’Estournel 2ème Cru Classé 2008 €215.00Château Cos d’Estournel 2ème Cru Classé 2010 €355.00Château Cos d’Estournel 2ème Cru Classé 2015 €295.00Château Cos d’Estournel 2ème Cru Classé 2016 €345.00

    CHATEAU ORMES DE PEZSadly the ormes (elms) of the village of Pez were lost in the great storm of winter 2000, though they have since been replanted. The property is owned by the Cazes family (also owners of Lynch Bages) and their winemaking artistry certainly shows through here.

    Château Ormes de Pez Cru Bourgeois Exceptionnel 2010 €66.00Château Ormes de Pez Cru Bourgeois Exceptionnel 2011 €50.00Château Ormes de Pez Cru Bourgeois Exceptionnel 2015 €55.00Food pairing suggestionsWorks beautifully with a classic Daube Provençale.

    PAUILLACCHATEAU BATAILLEYChâteau Batailley is a classically-styled Pauillac that exudes the near stereotypical aromas of cassis, cigar box and pencil shavings augmented by a coffee-bean texture and silky tannins. Really excellent value and delicious even in youth.

    Château Batailley 5ème Cru Classé 2000 €125.00Château Batailley 5ème Cru Classé 2010 €96.00

    CHATEAU DUHART-MILON ROTHSCHILDWith 76 hectares of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc, Duhart is managed by Eric Kohler, technical director at Château Lafite Rothschild. It has the distinguished and reserved character so typical of Pauillac. “The Rothschild family has invested heavily in this estate over the last 20 years in order to upgrade the quality, and their investments have certainly paid off handsomely.” Robert Parker

    Château Duhart-Milon Rothschild 4ème Cru Classé 2010 €176.00Château Duhart-Milon Rothschild 4ème Cru Classé 2015 €140.00


    CHATEAU HAUT-BATAILLEYOwned by the Borie family of Grand-Puy-Lacoste and Ducru Beaucaillou fame, Haut-Batailley has always been a reliable, characteristic Pauillac that performs well in great and lesser vintages alike.

    Château Haut-Batailley 5ème Cru Classé 1996 €90.00Château Haut-Batailley 5ème Cru Classé 2015 €76.00

    CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILDLafite consistently produces one of the wines of the vintage year in, year out. In a great vintage it is a reasonable assumption that Lafite will have produced the greatest Cabernet Sauvignon in the whole Médoc and fashioned a wonderful, long-lived, currant and cedar scented, ethereal beauty.

    Château Lafite Rothschild 1er Cru Classé 2000 €1,990.00Château Lafite Rothschild 1er Cru Classé 2009 €1,410.00Château Lafite Rothschild 1er Cru Classé 2010 €1,425.00Château Lafite Rothschild 1er Cru Classé 2011 €945.00

    Food pairing suggestionServe with grilled lamb, gratin dauphinois and green beans with garlic.

    CHATEAU LATOURLatour is considered one of the most powerful, dense Pauillacs to be found and it needs to age. A very high percentage of Cabernet Sauvignon (sometimes as much as 94%) lends the wine huge power and structure. Tasting notes include leather and spice, enhanced by intense blackcurrant fruit.

    Château Latour 1er Cru Classé 1995 €880.00Château Latour 1er Cru Classé 1999 €890.00Château Latour 1er Cru Classé 2005 €1,225.00

    CHATEAU LYNCH BAGESAlways something of a relative bargain, Lynch Bages was awarded a derisory Fifth Growth status in 1855, perhaps the greatest travesty in the whole classification, as the property regularly performs at ‘super second’ level. For many people, Lynch Bages epitomises the style of Pauillac with its cedary pencil shaving aromas and densely packed cassis fruit.

    Château Lynch Bages 5ème Cru Classé 1990 €480.00Château Lynch Bages 5ème Cru Classé 2000 €375.00Château Lynch Bages 5ème Cru Classé 2010 €269.00Château Lynch Bages 5ème Cru Classé 2014 €195.00

    CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILDChâteau Mouton Rothschild is the only Château to achieve reclassification since 1855 when the wines from Bordeaux were sorted into five tiers according to the prices they were fetching on the market at the time. This unique recategorisation took place in 1973 when Mouton Rothschild entered into the realm of the top five Châteaux (Premiers Grands Crus Classés). The bottles from this vineyard are famous not only for the powerful yet deceptively smooth wine inside, but also for the colourful labels brought out each year which are designed by a different artist for each vintage.

    Château Mouton Rothschild 1er Cru Classé 1999 €790.00Château Mouton Rothschild 1er Cru Classé 2000 €2,690.00Château Mouton Rothschild 1er Cru Classé 2003 €790.00Château Mouton Rothschild 1er Cru Classé 2011 €619.00



    94+ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “The 2010 is performing well. With Cabernet Sauvignon dominating the

    blend, the wine has a dense plum/purple color along with notes of

    underbrush, black currants, plum, licorice, smoky charcuterie and some

    roasted herbs in the background.”

    ChâteauOrmes de Pez


    91ptsWine Spectator

    “Dark and winey, with good damson plum, black currant and mulled spice

    notes pushed by a tangy iron note and flecks of savory and chalk on the finish.

    The judicious toast lets the pure fruit drive along.”



    96ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “Dense purple, with classic notes of cedar and lead pencil shavings as well as gobs of black currants and licorice, the wine has a full-bodied mouthfeel

    with fabulous precision and density. It also possesses a long, silky finish with moderately high tannins, but they are

    ripe and well-integrated.”

    ChâteauLafite Rothschild


    98ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “Deep purple, with notes of white chocolate, mocha, cedar and charcoal

    as well as hints of vanillin and creme de cassis, the wine is full-bodied yet

    has that ethereal lightness that makes it a Lafite. Rich, with good acidity,

    precision and freshness.”



    98+ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “What a stunner! Medium to deep garnet-purple colored, it opens with

    provocative floral scents of roses and violets over a core of fresh

    blackcurrants, chocolate-covered cherries and black raspberries with

    hints of fertile loam, unsmoked cigars and black tea. Medium to full-bodied,

    firm, grainy and packed with muscular fruit, it has an epically long, savory

    finish sparked by floral notes.”

    ChâteauMouton Rothschild


    96+ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “This is a top-flight Mouton Rothschild, eclipsed only by the 2006 and 2009.

    A rich, tannic, earthy style, with loads of creme de cassis and floral notes, the final blend of 86% Cabernet Sauvignon

    and 14% Merlot is a full-bodied wine with plenty of coffee, earth,

    chocolatey notes, and still plenty of tannin to resolve.”

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    CHATEAU PONTET-CANETProprietor Alfred Tesseron produces all his wines by wholly organic methods, a rarity in Bordeaux. A superstar wine from a property that borders Mouton Rothschild, it is outperforming its historic reputation by perhaps the greatest degree in the whole of Bordeaux.

    Château Pontet-Canet 5ème Cru Classé 2000 €215.00Château Pontet-Canet 5ème Cru Classé 2010 €290.00

    ST JULIENCHATEAU BEYCHEVELLEAccording to legend, the name Beychevelle came from the Gascon ‘bêcha vêla’, meaning ‘lower the sails’. This was a reference to the fact that ships passing by the château lowered their sails in deference and allegiance to Admiral Jean-Louis Nogaret de la Valette, the property’s first owner under Henri III. To this day, Beychevelle has the prettiest and most dramatic impact on the riverbank of the Gironde estuary.

    Château Beychevelle 4ème Cru Classé 2003 €199.00Château Beychevelle 4ème Cru Classé 2005 €239.00Château Beychevelle 4ème Cru Classé 2009 €196.00

    CHATEAU DUCRU BEAUCAILLOUThe name of this estate comes from the former owner, Mr. Ducru, and a description of the land it comprises: ‘beau caillou’ literally means ‘beautiful pebble’. Pebbles and small stones permit good drainage of the soil, and their presence in the soils of the Médoc contributes hugely to the quality of the wines.

    Château Ducru Beaucaillou 2ème Cru Classé 1998 €175.00Château Ducru Beaucaillou 2ème Cru Classé 2000 €335.00Château Ducru Beaucaillou 2ème Cru Classé 2011 €195.00

    CHATEAU GLORIAChâteau Gloria was not around in the 1855 classification of Bordeaux Châteaux, and was therefore not graded. Whilst no one can really say what level it might have been awarded, most commentators agree that Gloria offers tremendous value for money, and is a great example of the St Julien style.

    Château Gloria Cru Bourgeois 2000 €99.00Château Gloria Cru Bourgeois 2011 €70.00Château Gloria Cru Bourgeois 2014 €70.00Food pairing suggestionFantastic with steak pie or stewed ox cheek.

    CHATEAU TALBOTThe wines of Château Talbot - named after John Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury - are consistent and well balanced, showing ripe, luscious Cabernet Sauvignon fruit and cedar wood, typical of St Julien.

    Château Talbot 4ème Cru Classé 2005 €176.00Château Talbot 4ème Cru Classé 2009 €136.00

    MARGAUXChâteau Pontac Lynch Cru Bourgeois 2014 €40.00


    CHATEAU GISCOURSThe high percentage of Merlot in the blend accounts for the wine’s depth and richness of flavour as well as its approachability in youth. A classic Margaux name, now fully revitalised and back to fulfilling its colossal potential.

    Château Giscours 3ème Cru Classé 2005 €156.00Château Giscours 3ème Cru Classé 2010 €126.00Food pairing suggestionTry with saddle of hare or grilled steak with mushrooms.

    CHATEAU KIRWANMark Kirwan of Galway in Ireland gave his name to this Château back in the 18th century. The property's 40 hectares of vineyards have changed little in size and location since the 1855 classification. With heavy investment since the early 1990s, this Château has been totally revitalised and is passing through something of a golden age.

    Château Kirwan 3ème Cru Classé 1998 €90.00Château Kirwan 3ème Cru Classé 2000 €130.00Château Kirwan 3ème Cru Classé 2005 €139.00

    CHATEAU MARGAUXPossibly the most regal of Bordeaux’s château buildings, Margaux is a byword for family-owned quality, panache and style. The softest and most approachable of the First Growth Châteaux, Margaux is a rounded, delicious wine that nevertheless reveals layer upon layer of spice, vanilla, smoke, fruit, coffee and cedar complexity.

    Château Margaux 1er Cru Classé 1999 €685.00Château Margaux 1er Cru Classé 2000 €1,440.00Château Margaux 1er Cru Classé 2005 €1,198.00Château Margaux 1er Cru Classé 2006 €690.00

    Food pairing suggestionRoast partridge with gratin dauphinois or hard sheep's cheese.

    CHATEAU PALMERBoasting one of the most impressive château buildings in the Médoc (which alas has never been lived in), Palmer is widely regarded as the greatest Third Growth property and is more than occasionally believed to have produced the wine of the vintage, not just in Margaux, but in the whole of the region.

    Château Palmer 3ème Cru Classé 1990 €390.00Château Palmer 3ème Cru Classé 2000 €489.00Château Palmer 3ème Cru Classé 2005 €495.00Château Palmer 3ème Cru Classé 2014 €390.00

    CHATEAU PRIEURE-LICHINEMade famous by the wine writer Alexis Lichine and still carrying his name, this property went from a neglected 11ha plot in the 1950s (albeit with much history and a good classification) to the stellar 70ha vineyard it is today. The wines are soft, supple and rich with varietal character and a great sense of Margaux.

    Château Prieuré-Lichine 4ème Cru Classé 2000 €110.00Château Prieuré-Lichine 4ème Cru Classé 2009 €115.00Château Prieuré-Lichine 4ème Cru Classé 2014 €86.00



    100ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “An astounding, compelling wine. The freshness, laser-like precision, and full-bodied, massive richness

    and extract are simply remarkable to behold and experience.”

    ChâteauDucru Beaucaillou


    94ptsWine Spectator

    “This is rather well-endowed for the vintage, with thickly layered ganache,

    currant paste, fig sauce and blackberry confiture notes still grappling with one

    another, while briary grip and dark spice fill out the toast-fueled finish. Very long, showing a level of power

    that belies the vintage.”



    92ptsWine Spectator

    “Sweet tobacco, berry and currant aromas follow through to a full body,

    with soft, silky tannins and a fresh, racy aftertaste of currant and mineral. The

    texture of the tannins is very beautiful.”



    93ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “The palate delivers, delivers and delivers brilliant delineation and poise,

    more freshness than it knows what to do with, an intensity that is supremely well focused and length in the mouth. There is even a dab of mint chocolate

    making a surprise appearance on the aftertaste. This is a very

    impressive Giscours.”



    99ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “Noticeably deep in color, the bouquet rivets you to the seat with copious

    red berry fruit, clove and truffle, hints of cedar emerging with time. As the

    aromatics open and aerate, the fruit profile seems to darken and manifests

    blackcurrants and bilberries. The palate is medium-bodied with

    filigree tannin.”



    93ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “The soft, sexy 2009 exhibits a dense plum/purple color along with a big, sweet bouquet of raspberries, black cherries, black currants, smoke and forest floor. Opulent and round with

    an attractive viscosity as well as outstanding purity, depth and length.”

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    GRAVES & PESSAC-LEOGNANCHATEAU DE FIEUZALDe Fieuzal’s red is a Cabernet Sauvignon dominated Pessac-Léognan of huge poise and finesse. This small property, owned by an Irish philanthropist, produces wines (both red and white) that punch considerably above their weight.

    Château de Fieuzal Grand Cru Classé 2009 €90.00Food pairing suggestionSlow-cooked beef stew in red wine with potato purée.

    CHATEAU HAUT BRIONHaut Brion was the first wine estate to start bottling its own wine in the early 17th century, rather than selling in bulk to négociants, and it consequently gained in fame and value thanks in particular to claret lovers in London. It is therefore considered the forefather of the great Bordeaux growths. Naturally it was placed at the top of the famous 1855 Médoc Classification. “While I have always admired Haut-Brion, now I am addicted to its perfume and complexity.” Robert Parker

    Château Haut Brion 1er Cru Classé 1996 €645.00Château Haut Brion 1er Cru Classé 1999 €710.00Château Haut Brion 1er Cru Classé 2000 €990.00Château Haut Brion 1er Cru Classé 2010 €1,090.00

    CHATEAU PAPE CLEMENTOwned by the indomitable Bernard Magrez and under the oenological guidance of vinous magician Michel Rolland, Château Pape Clément is now making some extraordinarily brilliant wines. The Château is enjoying a dramatic rise in popularity in consequence.

    Château Pape Clément Grand Cru Classé 1995 €165.00Château Pape Clément Grand Cru Classé 1999 €179.00Château Pape Clément Grand Cru Classé 2011 €159.00

    RIGHT BANKPOMEROLChâteau Mazeyres 2014 €40.00Vieux Château Certan 1999 €155.00

    Food pairing suggestionDelicious with fillet steak or a good roast chicken.

    DOMAINE DE L'EGLISEThis Pomerol estate produces wines of great style and character, and offers wonderful value. 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc makes for the definitive Pomerol style of blackcurrant and blackberry mingled with the toasty aroma of new oak.

    Domaine de l'Eglise 2006 €65.00Domaine de l'Eglise 2009 €68.00Domaine de l'Eglise 2012 €63.00Domaine de l'Eglise 2014 €63.00


    CHATEAU L’EGLISE-CLINETThis small 5.5 hectare vineyard has been in the hands of the same family for over a century. Thanks to his vines averaging 40 years old, Denis Durantou makes wines that fully express the complexity of this exceptional clay-gravel terroir.

    Château L’Eglise-Clinet 1995 €269.00Château L’Eglise-Clinet 2000 €490.00

    Food pairing suggestionTournedos Rossini - steak with foie gras and black truffles.

    CHATEAU LA FLEUR-PETRUSThis charming estate is located between Pétrus and Château La Fleur, and delivers all the pedigree and quality that this enviable position suggests. Hardly surprising as, like Trotanoy, it is owned and managed by the supremely talented Christian Moueix.

    Château La Fleur-Pétrus 2000 €395.00Château La Fleur-Pétrus 2005 €395.00

    CHATEAU GAZINNeighbouring Pétrus and Evangile, Gazin offers great value for such a well-situated Pomerol. The label reflects the fact that the property was originally a farm belonging to the Knights Hospitaliers of St John in the Middle Ages.

    Château Gazin 2005 €190.00Château Gazin 2010 €196.00Food pairing suggestionBeautiful with roast duck breast and lamb chops.

    CHATEAU NENINOwned by the proprietors of St Julien’s superstar Léoville Las Cases, and featuring a rather high percentage of Cabernet Franc for a Pomerol estate, this is the most left-bank-like of the wines from the commune.

    Château Nénin 2003 €95.00

    PETRUSProbably the greatest and certainly the most famous red wine in all of Bordeaux, and perhaps the world. Because of their extraordinarily rigorous selection (sometimes they only use 50% of the crop), Pétrus consistently make the best possible wine every vintage. This impacts on the quantity produced each year (between 1000 and 3000 cases only) but maintains the wine’s legendary reputation.

    Pétrus 2003 €2,990.00Pétrus 2010 €4,650.00Pétrus 2011 €2,975.00Pétrus 2012 €2,950.00

    ChâteauHaut Brion


    100ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “From its dense purple color to its incredibly subtle but striking aromatics

    that build incrementally, offering up a spectacular smorgasbord of aromas ranging from charcoal and camphor

    to black currant and blueberry liqueur and spring flowers, this wine’s finesse,

    elegant yet noble power and authority come through in a

    compelling fashion.”

    ChâteauPape Clément


    96ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “Absolutely profound, with a complex bouquet of mulberries, black cherries,

    black currants, graphite and subtle smoke and burning ember-like

    aromas, this is a true super-star of the vintage. It represents a remarkable

    achievement by the winemaking team of Bernard Magrez. Full-bodied, rich and multidimensional, this wine

    clearly transcends the entire vintage.”

    Domainede l’Eglise


    90ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “The 2014 Domaine de l’Eglise has a lifted bouquet with blackberry,

    raspberry coulis, mint and menthol aromas that are quite intense and

    seem to gain vigor with aeration. The palate is well balanced with smooth,

    velvety tannin.”



    97ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “It has a level of purity that one can only describe as profound, scents of black cherry, cassis, cedar and black

    truffle unfolding with each passing moment in the glass. The palate has

    exquisite balance with salinity that gets the saliva flowing. There is a

    seam of spiciness, black pepper and rosemary that coat the mouth, but the

    overall style at the moment is linear and focused.”


    96+ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “An inky plum/purple color, stunning concentration, a boatload of tannin,

    and unlimited upside potential. Sweet cassis, plum, vanilla and truffle notes are followed by a dense, deep,

    profound wine with blackcurrant and black cherry fruit, high extraction, and

    a multi-layered texture.”


    100ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “A monster-in-the-making, with loads of mulberry, coffee, licorice and

    black cherry notes with an overlay of enormous amounts of glycerin and

    depth. Stunningly rich, full-bodied and more tannic and classic than the 2009,

    this is an awesome Petrus.”

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    ST EMILIONChâteau Belregard-Figeac Grand Cru 2011 €31.00Château Fombrauge Grand Cru Classé 2015 €53.00Food pairing suggestionServe with roast pigeon in a rich red wine jus or confit de canard.

    CHATEAU ANGELUSChâteau Angélus was officially recognised as a Premier Grand Cru Classé in 1996. It has consistently delivered superb wines ever since. Powerful and massive, it has concentrated blackcurrant, redcurrant and leather on the palate given structure by firm tannins which soften with time. As with almost all St Emilion wines, this is made principally from Merlot.

    Château Angélus 1er Grand Cru Classé 1998 €425.00Château Angélus 1er Grand Cru Classé 1999 €390.00Château Angélus 1er Grand Cru Classé 2010 €525.00Château Angélus 1er Grand Cru Classé A 2015 €490.00

    CHATEAU CHEVAL BLANCWhat really sets Cheval Blanc apart is its unusual mixture of grape varieties planted as a result of its position on the gravel outcrop that dominates St Emilion. The main grape is Cabernet Franc, augmented by the more expected Merlot and only a minuscule amount of Cabernet Sauvignon. The origin of the White Horse name is lost in time.

    Château Cheval Blanc 1er Grand Cru Classé A 1996 €698.00Château Cheval Blanc 1er Grand Cru Classé A 2000 €1,145.00Château Cheval Blanc 1er Grand Cru Classé A 2003 €689.00Château Cheval Blanc 1er Grand Cru Classé A 2015 €990.00

    CHATEAU LA COUSPAUDELa Couspaude is one of the most famous ‘garagiste’ properties in St Emilion, although in this case the wine is made at a château and not in a garage! The production is tiny, and the awards are coming thick and fast - this is truly a wine estate in the ascendancy offering wonderful examples of concentrated, Merlot-dominated wines.

    Château La Couspaude Grand Cru Classé 2000 €120.00Château La Couspaude Grand Cru Classé 2005 €126.00

    CHATEAU FIGEACSituated, like Cheval Blanc, on the gravel soils of the west of the region, Figeac uses around 70% Cabernet in its wine, making it the most Médoc-like of the right bank properties. A typographically exquisite label and classic winemaking also mark out this fine estate.

    Château Figeac 1er Grand Cru Classé 2000 €345.00Château Figeac 1er Grand Cru Classé 2005 €355.00Château Figeac 1er Grand Cru Classé 2010 €390.00Château Figeac 1er Grand Cru Classé 2011 €225.00








    St Joseph




    The northern Rhône contains some of the oldest vineyards in France producing elegant wines made from Syrah which are both powerful

    and have the capacity to age. Hermitage and Côte-Rôtie are the stars of the north, needing at least a decade to show at their best. St

    Joseph and Cornas produce more accessible examples whilst Crozes-Hermitage offers great value for money.

    The valley floor opens out in the southern Rhône, with vines planted low to the ground in goblet formation to protect them from the strong

    mistral winds. The soils here are made up of round stones from the ancient river bed and these retain the warmth of the day, helping

    to fully ripen the grapes of the heat-loving Grenache. The best wine villages of the Côtes du Rhône have been given their own appellation

    such as Gigondas and the well-known Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

    Following the Rhône River from north to south, this southern French wine region is 250 km in length with 200 communes producing wine

    in a wide range of styles.



    98ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “Smoked meats, incense, cigar box and dusty earth notions over a core of baked cherries, dried mulberries,

    preserved plums and dried roses with wafts of lavender, menthol and

    new leather. The palate is medium to full-bodied, rich, intense and packed

    with black fruit preserves accented by complex savory and earth-inspired

    flavors, supported by wonderful freshness, textured by plush tannins and finishing with fantastic tension.”

    ChâteauCheval Blanc


    99ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “A sweet nose of menthol, melted licorice, boysenberry, blueberry, and cassis. A broad wine with compelling

    purity, a layered texture, and sweet tannin, with hints of coffee and earth in

    the background, this is by far the best Cheval Blanc since 1990 and before

    2009. It is a legend in the making and can actually be drunk now, as the

    tannins have nearly melted away.”

    ChâteauLa Couspaude


    92ptsWine Spectator

    “Serious wine. Loads of chocolate, raspberry and cherry character.

    Full-bodied, with lots of vanilla and reduced raspberry flavors. Long and caressing. Modern and exciting. Best

    Couspaude I have ever tasted.”

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    NORTHERN RHONECOTE-ROTIECôte-Rôtie Bonnevaux J. Boutin 2015 €59.00

    ETIENNE GUIGALFounded by Etienne Guigal in the 1940s, and now run by his son Marcel, there is little variance from the belief that Guigal is the greatest producer of Côte-Rôtie of all.

    “In the past 20 years I have spent visiting wineries and vignerons, I have never seen a producer so fanatical about quality as Marcel Guigal.”

    Robert Parker

    Côte-Rôtie La Landonne E. Guigal 2008 €290.00Côte-Rôtie La Mouline E. Guigal 2006 €335.00Côte-Rôtie La Turque E. Guigal 2009 €590.00

    CROZES-HERMITAGECrozes-Hermitage Les Hauts Granites J. Boutin 2016/17 €23.00

    SOUTHERN RHONECOTES DU RHONECôtes du Rhône Villages Séguret Tradition Domaine de Mourchon 2015/16 €17.00

    GIGONDASGigondas M. Chapoutier 2016 €30.00Food pairing suggestionGorgeous with roast pheasant in a rich sauce or smoky spare ribs.

    CHATEAUNEUF-DU-PAPEChâteauneuf-du-Pape Château Mont-Redon 2015 €40.00Food pairing suggestionIdeal with grilled lamb in a peppercorn sauce with potato purée.

    SOUTHERN FRANCELANGUEDOC-ROUSSILLONDomaine la Gravette Rouge IGP Pays d’Oc 2015 €5.95


    GERMANYWehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Kabinett Dr Loosen Mosel 2015/17 €23.00Food pairing suggestionTry with spicy asian flavours or baked fish in a cream or butter sauce.

    AUSTRIAGrüner Veltliner Lois Loimer Niederösterreich 2018 €20.00Grüner Veltliner Loiserberg Loimer Kamptal 2016 €37.00

    Germany has 102,000 hectares under vine and is the tenth largest wine producer in the world. Home to the world’s greatest Rieslings, white grapes make up 65% of all plantings.

    The cool climate produces wines with incredible precision and focused fruit flavours balanced by finely tuned acidity.

    Austrian wine recently came into its own following a wine scandal in 1985 which led to a complete

    restructuring of the industry, making Austria one of the top countries in the world for production

    standards. The wines display great elegance and acidity with delicate aromatics.

    Côte-RôtieLa Turque

    E. Guigal2009

    100ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “A flamboyant and sexy Cote Rotie that’s loaded with notions of smoked

    meats, blackberries, blackcurrants, beef blood and espresso roast. Thick,

    unctuous, hugely concentrated and long, it’s a heavenly wine I guarantee

    will put a smile on your face.”

    GigondasM. Chapoutier



    “Perfumed red berry, cherry liqueur and licorice aromas, along with hints of candied flowers and white pepper.

    Smooth and open-knit, offering sweet raspberry, lavender pastille and

    spicecake flavors that turn livelier on the back half. Nicely plays richness off elegance and finishes long and sweet, with emphatic red fruit character and

    harmonious tannins coming in late.”

    Châteauneuf-du-Pape Château


    93ptsWine Spectator

    “This pumps out lush flavors of fig, blackberry and raspberry preserves,

    along with lively threads of licorice, warm fruitcake and ganache.

    Stays polished and refined throughout, with the structure thoroughly

    embedded. The long finish offers a nice tug of graphite.”


    Riesling KabinettDr Loosen


    91ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “The 2015 Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Kabinett is clear and flinty on the nose and delivers the typical ripe,

    lush and sensual fruit aromas of this famous grand cru. Piquant and racy,

    but also lush and juicy on the palate, this is a pure, fine and elegant but

    pretty sweet Kabinett.”

    Grüner VeltlinerLoiserberg Loimer


    91+ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “Exhibits a golden-yellow color and a pure, fresh and spicy/yeasty bouquet

    with piquant lemon and stony aromas. Juicy, piquant and structured on the

    palate with aromatic, charmingly ripe and round fruit as well as fine

    tannins (12 hours of maceration prior to the pressing), this is an intense and persistent Grüner Veltliner with a long,

    complex and fresh finish.”

    10 -14 day delivery

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    Home to more than 2000 grape varieties and some of the oldest wine regions in the world, Italy produces more wine than any other country with the 2018 harvest reaching 48.5 million hectolitres. Italy has over 1 million vineyards under cultivation,

    producing wines from almost every region, renowned worldwide for their broad variety.

    Each region has its own style with the most significant in terms of both quantity and quality being Piedmont, Tuscany and Veneto.

    Italy’s best-known grapes are Sangiovese, Nebbiolo, Pinot Grigio, Barbera and Montepulciano alongside international varieties, in particular Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.













    Alto AdigeFriuli-Venezia Giulia

    PIEDMONTLocated in the north west of Italy, Piedmont has a continental climate influenced by its proximity to both the Alps and the Ligurian Apennines. Since Roman times,

    Piedmont has been considered the fine wine capital of Italy and has the country’s highest proportion of DOC and DOCG wines even though it only accounts for

    7% of its production.

    Gavi DOCG is Piedmont’s best-known dry white wine made from the Cortese grape grown around the town of Gavi itself. Whites are also made from the indigenous Roero near the town of Arneis. Nebbiolo is the king of red wine grapes in Piedmont and is planted on all

    of the best sites. Nebbiolo, the variety behind Barbaresco and Barolo, produces wines with pronounced aromas of tar, roses and truffles which age fantastically,

    often needing at least ten years before they really come into their own.

    Barbera and Dolcetto are grown around the towns of Asti and Alba producing easier drinking styles that are more accessible from a younger age.

    BARBARESCOA third of the size of neighbouring Barolo, and 50 years

    younger, Barbaresco is renowned for producing some of Italy’s finest wines. Thanks largely to the efforts of

    Angelo Gaja, the region has been recognised for its real potential and it was granted DOCG

    status is 1980.

    BAROLOBarolo DOC was founded in 1966 and

    upgraded to DOCG status in 1980, which seems appropriate given that this is not only Italy’s most

    famous wine region, but is also widely regarded to be its best. Reds are made from 100% Nebbiolo which

    capitalises on the long, warm summers and the unique terroir, with each village sitting upon its own hill

    surrounded by vineyards.

    TUSCANYItaly’s oldest wine region, Tuscany is also its fifth largest, producing

    the third highest amount of DOCG quality wines despite only producing around 6% of the country’s volume of wine. This is largely due to the region’s poor soils which

    encourage producers to grow small yields of high quality grapes.

    Tuscany has a unique terrain with more than two thirds of it being hilly which benefits the predominant grape variety, Sangiovese, as it needs direct sunlight to ripen fully. Two of Italy’s most famous wines are found in

    Tuscany – Chianti and Brunello di Montalcino.

    SUPER TUSCANThe term ‘Super Tuscan’ first emerged in the 1970s to describe a new wave of wine being made outside of DOC/DOCG regulations

    to a very high standard, and commanding high prices to match. Many of these wines achieved a cult following and as a result, the Italian classification system was changed to give these DOC or DOCG status. Some producers still prefer to use IGP Toscana.

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    PIEDMONTGavi dei Gavi Black Label La Scolca 2017/18 €33.00Gaia & Rey Chardonnay Angelo Gaja Langhe 2015/16 €299.00

    TRENTINO-ALTO ADIGEPorer Pinot Grigio Alois Lageder Alto Adige 2016/17 €26.00Pinot Grigio Santa Margherita Trentino-Alto Adige 2017/18 €13.00Sanct Valentin Chardonnay St Michael Eppan Alto Adige 2015 €33.00

    FRIULI-VENEZIA GIULIASauvignon Blanc Jermann 2017/18 €27.00Vintage Tunina Jermann 14/17/18 €61.00

    TUSCANYVistamare Ca’ Marcanda Angelo Gaja 2015/16 €45.00


    PIEDMONTLANGHESito Moresco Angelo Gaja 2015/16 €55.00Darmagi Angelo Gaja 1999 €295.00Darmagi Angelo Gaja 2004 €249.00

    ALBABarbera d’Alba Fiorenza Paolo Manzone 2011/17 €18.00Food pairing suggestionDelicious with meat ragù, porcini mushroom risotto or fresh Burrata.

    BARBARESCOBarbaresco Prunotto 10/14/15 €40.00

    ANGELO GAJAResponsible for revolutionising the Italian wine industry, Angelo Gaja is a name that commands a great deal of respect in the wine world. Now running this winemaking dynasty alongside his daughter Gaia, the Gaja family continue to produce arguably Italy's most iconic wines. The range encompasses wines that define Barbaresco, as well as properties and vineyards in Barolo, Maremma and Montalcino.

    Barbaresco Angelo Gaja 2003 €275.00Barbaresco Angelo Gaja 2011 €259.00Barbaresco Angelo Gaja 2012 €259.00Barbaresco Costa Russi Angelo Gaja 2013 €469.00Barbaresco Sorì Tildìn Angelo Gaja 2013 €469.00Barbaresco Sorì San Lorenzo Angelo Gaja 2013 €475.00

    BaroloBarolo Serralunga Paolo Manzone 2013/15 €45.00

    ANGELO GAJABarolo Dagromis Angelo Gaja 2014 €95.00Barolo Sperss Angelo Gaja 1995 €289.00Barolo Sperss Angelo Gaja 2004 €349.00Barolo Sperss Angelo Gaja 2008 €295.00

    ALTO ADIGEPinot Nero Franz Haas 2016 €33.00

    VENETOAmarone della Valpolicella Vigna Garzon Pieropan 2014/15 €77.00Food pairing suggestionTry with the classic pairing of risotto all'Amarone or with aged Parmigiano Reggiano.

    Gaia & ReyChardonnayAngelo Gaja


    93ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “This pure expression of Chardonnay is made in a more reductive style in order to highlight that nervous and

    bright vein at the back. The wine opens to aromas of Golden Delicious apple, white peach, wild sage, ginger

    and honey. This white wine shows enormous potential for further

    aromatic development and intensity.”

    PorerPinot Grigio

    Alois Lageder2016

    90+ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “Alois Lageder is one of the ultimate Alto Adige artisans. The organic and

    biodynamic 2016 Alto Adige Pinot Grigio Porer is a fresh and zesty white

    with preserved lemon, honeydew melon and white peach. There is a

    zesty, almost spicy note on the close that recalls dried basil or garden mint.

    Flint and crushed mineral give the wine dry focus and delineation.”

    DarmagiAngelo Gaja



    “This is a gorgeous showing from the 1999 Darmagi. When it was young, the 1999 was compact, but today the 1999

    possesses exceptional balance, while retaining an essentially mid-weight expression of Cabernet Sauvignon.”



    92ptsWine Enthusiast

    “Invigorating aromas of red berry, wild mint, camphor and a whiff of rose lead

    the nose on this radiant red. Focused and elegant, the savory palate doles

    out juicy red cherry, strawberry compote, orange zest and star anise

    alongside fine-grained tannins and fresh acidity.”

    Pinot NeroFranz Haas


    93+ptsThe Wine Advocate

    “The 2016 Alto Adige Pinot Nero made by the folks at Franz Haas is a textbook

    expression with bright aromas of blueberry, violet and lavender that

    lift gracefully from the bouquet. The palate is tight and silky but beautifully

    polished and streamlined nonetheless. This is a beautiful wine from a

    balanced vintage.”

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    TUSCANYCHIANTIChianti Classico Badia a Passignano Antinori Gran Selezione 2008/11 €52.00Chianti Classico Castello di Fonterutoli Gran Selezione 2011/15 €59.00Chianti Classico Ser Lapo Castello di Fonterutoli Riserva 2013/16 €35.00

    MONTALCINOBrunello di Montalcino Banfi 2013/14 €46.00Brunello di Montalcino Poggio alle Mura Banfi Riserva 2012 €98.00

    VINO NOBILE DI MONTEPULCIANOVino Nobile di Montepulciano la Braccesca Antinori 11/14/15 €25.00

    SUPER TUSCANCASTELLO FONTERUTOLISiepi Fonterutoli Toscana 2005 €98.00Siepi Fonterutoli Toscana 2008 €98.00

    TENUTA DELL’ORNELLAIAWith its famous vineyards on gentle hills sloping down to the sea, Ornellaia sits at the heart of Bolgheri and produces world-class Bordeaux-inspired blends consisting principally of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot.

    Le Volte dell’Ornellaia Toscana 2012 €24.00Ornellaia Bolgheri 1996 €255.00Ornellaia Bolgheri 2003 €295.00Ornellaia Bolgheri 2008 €290.00Ornellaia Bolgheri 2009 €295.00Ornellaia Bolgheri 2011 €265.00

    MASSETOOne of Italy's most sought after and rarest wines, Masseto is made from a mosaic of small individual plots of Merlot planted over 7ha on the Masseto hill overlooking the Mediterranean. Each of these plots is treated and vinified separately by the passionate and dedicated team who take meticulous care to produce this iconic wine. The result is a wine with great complexity and balance that is hugely popular among wine aficionados around the world.

    Masseto Toscana 1995 €790.00Masseto Toscana 2002 €795.00Masseto Toscana 2007 €790.00Masseto Toscana 2010 €890.00Masseto Toscana 2011 €780.00Masseto Toscana 2013 €825.00

    TENUTA SAN GUIDOThis is the winery that coined the phrase 'Super Tuscan', producing Cabernet blends from the 1940s due to the Marchese's love for Bordeaux wines. Originally only able to call these wines Vino da Tavola, it is a testament to the quality of Sassicaia that the DOC Bolgheri Sassicaia was created specifically for it. Guidalberto is the second wine of this incredible winery. “Unquestionably one of the most compelling and dramatic Cabernet Sauvignons I have ever tasted, it continues to go from strength to strength.” Robert Parker

    Guidalberto Tenuta San Guido Toscana 2016/17 €59.00Sassicaia Tenuta San Guido Bolgheri Sassicaia 1999 €345.00Sassicaia Tenuta San Guido Bolgheri Sassicaia 2001 €390.00Sassicaia Tenuta San Guido Bolgheri Sassicaia 2007 €355.00Sassicaia Tenuta San Guido Bolgheri Sassicaia 2011 €285.00Sassicaia Tenuta San Guido Bolgheri Sassicaia 2012 €269.00Sassicaia Tenuta San Guido Bolgheri Sassicaia 2014 €245.00

    SOLAIASolaia (derived from the Italian word for sun) was first produced in 1978 from a parcel of Cabernet within the Tignanello vineyard that was deemed to be of such high quality that the Marchese decided to vinify it separately. Since then the quantity has increased from the original 3,600 bottles and the Solaia vineyard now consists of 20ha. Solaia is only produced in the best vintages and truly reflects its terroir. An elegant and captivating wine from the Antinori stable.

    Solaia Antinori Toscana 2000 €295.00Solaia Antinori Toscana 2008 €295.00Solaia Antinori Toscana 2012 €349.00

    TIGNANELLOAntinori's flagship wine, Tignanello, was the first wine in Tuscany to blend the local Sangiovese with non-traditional varieties, and became one of the focal points of the Tuscan revolution that occurred over the latter part of the 20th ce