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  1. 2013 Château Laulerie Merlot, Bergerac, Vignoble Dubard

    Soft and supple Merlot blend from up-and-coming young winemaker Grégory Dubard in Bergerac. Lively red fruit with a hint of pepper characterise the nose of this red wine. A supple and velvety palate, accompanied by berry fruit aromas make this medium-weight wine easy-to-drink and ideal for the summer.

  2. 2010 Vintage Edition Secco, Bertani

    Dark ruby red wine with a nose of cocoa powder, cherry and dry aromatic herbs; balances structure with good soft tannins and acidity, pleasantly fresh with a lingering dry finish.

  3. 2008 Duca di Aragona, Francesco Candido

    Full, bright ruby showing lightly amber at the rim. Very intense on the nose, clear and fragrant. Enormously satisfying on the palate, combining warmth and austerity with a fine harmony of flavours ranging from roasted coffee beans, tobacco and spice and a fine, well integrated hint of new oak.

  4. 2013 Cruz de Piedra Garnacha, Bodega Virgen de la Sierra

    Ripe, fruity aromas precede spicy, warm summer fruits of redcurrant and blackberry. Well weighted with good length on the finish.

  5. 2008 Volnay 1er Cru, Domaine Régis Rossignol Changarnier

    Savoury but with intense fruit that opens up with aeration. Slight element of mineral/gritty character displayed by the village level Volnay. Greater intensity of fruit, which persists excellently on the palate, and balanced, fine-grained tannin. Smokey/savoury character on finish. Superb.

  6. 2011 First Sighting Pinot Noir, Strandveld

    Ruby red with a brick coloured rim and brimming with cherries, strawberries and foresty fruits on the nose. The palate is juicy fresh with sour cherries and firm tannin. Sprightly and elegant.

  7. 2010 The Love Grass Shiraz, d'Arenberg

    The wine displays a mix of fruit and spice, a result of the myriad of minor varieties that cling to the bones of the Shiraz and draw it in all sorts of different directions.
    Fresh and lively, black and red fruits, pepper, clove and cinnamon.
    The palate, whilst showing the poise and focus common amongst the 2011’s, develops its richness in the glass.
    Ensure you take a moment to savour this wine and watch its complex mix of fruits evolve from tight and linear at first to rich, dark and exotic.

  8. 2011 Beaune-Grèves 1er Cru, Domaine Maillard Père et Fils

    Heaven scented nose of ripe, fresh crushed raspberries and morello cherry intertwining beautifully with earthy, mushroomy aromas. The palate is medium bodied, complex and exceptionally lengthy, displaying a divine balance between ripe fruit, touches of new oak and its well-defined structure. The finish is firm and lengthy, a seriously sexy wine with enormous appeal.

  9. 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon, Stellenbosch, Thelema

    This wine has a complex nose of mint, blackcurrant and chocolate and the palate is juicy and ripe. There is a good layer of toasty oak in the background to complement the black cherry and cassis fruit flavours and grippy mid-palate tannin. Very long, clean and elegant on the finish.

  10. 2012 Old Vine Zinfandel, Bogle Winery

    This supple and mouth-filling vintage leads with juicy raspberry and ripe boysenberry fruit. Hints of spiced chocolate integrate well with fruit that is surprisingly luscious and silky on the palate, partnered with black pepper backbone that gives structure and weight. Flavours of toasted oak and pipe tobacco create further structure, allowing this wine to stand up to a variety of hearty fare.

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