A few quirky ones along with the classics: Syrah-Viognier from an Austrian winemaker in the marine climate of the Fleurieu Peninsula south of Adelaide, old vine Garnacha from northern Spain, a powerful but elegant Priorat, and an Argentine Malbec and Syrah blend with a decidedly European wine-making style.
Weekend Winners £100 Mixed Case No. 3 inc. VAT and Free Delivery To help you cope with the sugar-rushed excitement of Hallowe’en enhanced children and neighbours with seemingly endless access to loud fireworks, we’ve put together another £100 mixed case. No trick, all treat.
A chance trip to Castello del Terriccio – An unforgettable wine experience:
Almost three weeks ago now I was summoned into the cellar of the Fulham Road office for a quick chat with David….
Here’s 3 great wines under £10 in a mixed case for this weekend. These customer favourites are sure to add a bit of cheer to chilly autumnal evenings as British summer time officially comes to an end this weekend.
We’ve just 4 cases left of this excellent example of garagiste wine tucked away in our London warehouse. A micro-cuvée made by Pierre Taïx, one of the three parcels that make this extraordinary wine consists of eighty year old vines planted by his grandfather. A true garagiste wine made in a modern, opulent style.
Due to the popularity of yesterday’s mixed case offer, unfortunately our Durou Malbec ‘Exception’ has temporarily run out until the week after next. To make up for it we have replaced it with 2008 Château Les Arqueys Bordeaux which has the same price of £6.
Weekend Mixed Case – £100 Make it easy and simply order a mixed case of 4 bottles each including FREE delivery for just £100 inc. VAT.
We’ve just 2 cases left of this lovely wine from one of the top wine producers of the Côte de Beaune. If you are perhaps new to Burgundy wines this is a great opportunity to taste fine, if not overly complex red Burgundy for a reasonable price. For seasoned Burgundy fans you must also take a look at the Domaine’s full wine list (see below).
Featured by Jane MacQuitty in the Times today, this amphorae-fermented Riesling from one of our favourite Austrian producers is a fascinating and atypical Riesling; a wine with great purity and a sort of ‘natural’ feeling softness and clarity of expression.
This month’s Decanter Magazine features recommendations by Stephen Spurrier for three wines from Lea & Sandeman:
‘Lea & Sandeman, with its four shops in London and very good website, is one of Britain’s best wine merchants. No, let’s go big on this and say Lea & Sandeman is one of the best ever wine merchants.’
Supple, but with generous red fruit defined by silky tannins, this elegant claret would be ideal with a piece of roast top-side beef, possibly lamb, or just to drink on its own. Excellent value.