Blandys Duke of Clarence Malmsey Madeira is a wonderful rich port that does not need to be decantered. Matured for three years in American Oak Casks
Made on a very limited volume, this is a great example of how exciting Meursault can be. A very balanced and rather elegant wine, it offers great balance between tropical fruit aromas and a poised acidity. A slight creaminess leaves a mouthwatering finish.
Juicy, fruit packed red with supple bramble and blackberry fruit, soft, creamy tannins and a lip smacking finish.
A bright, golden wine that opens with intense aromas of candied fruits, honey and spice. Rich and unctuous on the palate, it retains lovely delicacy and is perfectly balanced. The fresh, long finish has a lively citrus twist to round it off.
Nuits-Saint-Georges 2013 has a beautiful garnet colour. Aromas of blackcurrant and smoked notes emerge on the nose. The palate is fresh with mellow oaky hints, blackcurrant and clove notes. Lovely length and persistence.
Lillet (pronounced lee-lay), is a French Aperitif made from a blend of wine, liqueurs, fruits and herbs. It originated in the French village of Podensac and has been made since the late 1800s. Lillet Blanc is made from white wine and is drier than Lillet Rouge, its red-wine counterpart. Both are classically served over ice with an orange twist. Lillet is a blend of rigorously selected wines and fruit liqueurs, aged in oak vats for around 12 months, during which it is given the same care as the Grands Crus (great wines) of Bordeaux. Lillet Blanc has a golden colour with candied orange, honey, pine resin, lime and fresh mint aromas.Full and rich on the palate with a lovely, long aftertaste. Always serve well chilled in a Bordeaux wine glass... zest with a slice of orange or lime. Perfect with snacks and desserts!
Martini Bianco is a fine blend of Italian white wine infused with herbs and sweet floral botanicals and produces an aromatic yet delicate drink with notes of vanilla and citrus. Drink over ice with soda and a slice of lemon - the perfect Italian spritzer! Martini is a true Italian icon. Established in 1863, Martini has a strong family heritage and has become the most acclaimed and cosmopolitan Italian drinks brand in the world.
With a deep ruby body, Fat Bastard Merlot is a plum rich delight laced with lack cherry notes. Full and juicy on the palate, this superb Merlot has a wonderful round finish. Try with grilled meats and cheese.
Deep red with a purple sheen. The fine nose shows floral and herbaceous notes with subtle red fruits. Great tannins, supple and with great depth, with lovely intensity of flavour and a touch of minerality, this Barolo is a classic example of the Nebbiolo grape at its best.
A sophisticated, dry, elegant rendition of this aromatic grape variety, combining minerality with white peach and floral notes such as rose and jasmine.
The iconic Babycham, a gentle sweet sparkling perry with a true retro feel is still a firm favourite. A single serve size bottle to enjoy all those commemorative moments.
75cl Moet & Chandon Imperial Brut Non Vintage Champagne was first released in 1869 and since then it has become the world leader in champagne. It's created from three grape varieties that are blended to perfection creating a symphony on in your
Straw yellow in colour, this wine has delicate citrus perfumes, an attractive biscuit character and white floral notes on the nose. Medium-bodied, with good balance, it has great finesse and a fresh, rounded finish.
Produced according to the traditional methods. The ageing method used for all Sherries is known as the Solera system which consists of a continuous blending of young Sherries with older ones resulting in a Sherry of consistent quality. Soil; zone: Albariza; Balbaina District, Jerez Superior. Press: Free run juice. Fermentation: Controlled fermentation using the natural yeast on the grape. The must is then fortified to 15.5% alc.vol. using grape alcohol. Matured in solera in casks of American oak in the Sherry town of Sanlucar de Barrameda. The maturation is first partially 'biological' i.e. under a thin veil of yeast or flor and partially oxidative, followed by a completely 'oxidative' process which begins as the yeast dies off due to lack of nutrients available in the Sherry. Then follows several decades of ageing in cask. A very old dry fortified wine of Denomination of Origin, 'Jerez-Xeres-Sherry'. ...
Seductive aromas of fresh red fruits and full, freshnotes of raspberry.