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385 Toscana Rosso IGT 2016, Ciacci Piccolomini d’Aragona
£ 21.10
A gentle Sangiovese based blend with soft red fruits, herbal notes, and a touch of spice. Though the wine's roots run deep in the region's history and the blend is based on Tuscany's most representative grape, Sangiovese (60%), 385 is given a more "modern" cut with the addition of Merlot (20%), Ciliegiolo (10%) and Syrah (10%).
Aix Rose 2022, Coteaux d'Aix en Provence
£ 18.70
The nose is fresh and fragrant, delicate yet youthful and offers classy notes of watermelon, strawberries and flowers. Fermented between a cool 11 and 13 degrees celsius, AIX Rose wine is elegant, generous and tasty and the perfect wine to drink all day long
Aix Rose 2022, Coteaux d'Aix en Provence MAGNUM
£ 37.40
The nose is fresh and fragrant, delicate yet youthful and offers classy notes of watermelon, strawberries and flowers. Fermented between a cool 11 and 13 degrees celsius, AIX Rose wine is elegant, generous and tasty and the perfect wine to drink all day long.
Akitu A2 Pinot Noir 2019, Central Otago, New Zealand
£ 36.00
Bunches of bright red fruits, rose petal and just a hint of cinnamon carry through from the nose to the palate. The exceedingly bright, fresh flavours balance with a depth of flavour and a supple, silky tannin structure. This would be absolutely perfect to drink right away but will also be rewarded by a further one to three years of cellaring, to develop slightly more nuanced flavours.
Akitu Pinot Noir Blanc 2022, Central Otago, New Zealand
£ 36.00
Whole bunch pressed and racked to ferment with natural yeasts. Minimal skin contact results in a blush of colour and fine, peppery phenolics. The wine is dry with appealing layers of tree fruits and hazelnut flavours. It has surprising power.
Albarino Aquitania, Bodegas Ledas 2022, Rias Baixas
£ 15.95
Fresh citrus and orchard fruit aromas and flavours, with a minerally element adding vivacity. Silky and precise, showing good lift but a bit of heat in the mid-palate.  It is balanced and persistent with plenty of lively acidity.
Alpha Box & Dice Dead Winemaker's Society Dolcetto 2020, Adelaide Hills, Australia
£ 20.25
The wine is matured in 50% old oak plus 50% stainless steel for 18 months. The taste is a combination of cherries, savory spice and dried herbs.
Great with all italian food !
Amarone di Valpolicella 2018, Giacomo Montresor
£ 44.75
Plum black in colour, with complex aromas of cherry, plum & violets. Smooth & round on the palate with a rich raisin character- supple tannins and a long finish
Amfora Orange Wine 2022, Coteaux de Bessilles, Villa Noria
£ 22.95
Lovely floral aromas with notes of quince and red apple lead onto a really fresh and bright palate with delicate apple, pear and berry fruit notes, a light refreshing tang and very light tannins with a hint of spice on the finish. Considering this is a natural wine there is no 'funk' or aggressive acidity or tannins, everything is in balance and has been well put together.
Anwilka Vineyards 2017, Stellenbosch, South Africa
£ 32.00
Anwilka is a result of the joint venture of three brilliant winemakers: Hubert de Boüard of Château Angélus, Bruno Prats formerly of Cos d’Estournel and Lowell Jooste previous owner of Klein Constantia. Aged for 14 months in big French oak barrel (50% new). Aromas of strawberry, raspberry, and cherry with notes of toasted spices, tobacco and hints of cassis. Fresh and vibrant on the palate, this is a medium-bodied and elegant wine with supple tannins and a very seductive finish.
Appassimento Vallone 2020, Tenuta Serranova, Salento IGT, Campagnia
£ 14.20
Produced from 100% Negroamaro grapes sourced from a 10ha vineyard with soils rich in clay and limestone, just 3km from the Adriatic.
Pronounced aromas of ripe black fruit, mocha and spice. The palate is plump and appealing with layers of ripe black cherry, bramble, dried fruit and coffee. 

Arajs 2021, Roero Arneis DOCG, Pedemontis
£ 23.20
Ancient white grape variety cultivated since 1400 in the Roero.

A soft and refreshing Italian white from the Arneis grape with a delicately aromatic
bouquet of exotic fruits, pear and acacia honey.

Ashbourne Pinotage 2019, Hemel-en-Aarde Valley
£ 52.00
Made with the touch of top Pinot Noir producer, Emul Ross's Pinotage is one of the most nuanced and complex in the Cape. Floral, racy and nuanced, with delicate tannins, wild strawberry and pomegranate fruit, some pepper spice from partial stem addition and a fine, tapering finish.
Ashbourne Sandstone 2022, Hemel-en-Aarde Valley, South Africa
£ 19.20
This is an innovative blend that captures the most beautiful possible expression of the sandstone-derived soils in the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley. Free by design of excessively dramatic varietal fruit, the focus of the wine is on bright minerality, salinity and vibrant natural acidity. Sauvignon blanc 51%, Semillon 25%, Chardonnay 24%

Assyrtiko Thalassitis 2021, Gaia, Santorini, Greece
£ 34.85

Gaia Thalassitis Assyrtiko Santorini White is like a ripe Chablis: full, lemony, and mineral, with fine acidity and a lingering finish. Made with the ancient native Assyrtiko grape,this wine is from extremely old vines. The wine is unoaked to retain its crispness and purity of flavour.

Bandol Rose 2022, Domaine Lafran Veyrolles
£ 21.50
Beautiful pale salmon colour with an appealing lemon and herb nose followed by flavours of warm southern herbs and rich, rounded fruit, very much a food wine with a powerful character and delicious dry finish.
Bandol Tradition Red 2020, Domaine Lafran Veyrolles
£ 25.95
80% Mourvèdre, with the balance being Carignan, Grenache and Cinsault. Mourvèdre forms the backbone of the wine which has a quite dizzying complexity on the nose where plump bramble and cassis notes mix up with earthy spice and sage. On the palate it's silky smooth with the fruitiness following through nicely with black pepper and soft spice flavours chipping in as well.
Barbadillo Amontillado Medium Dry Sherry
£ 13.45
Has a beautiful amber colour, a rich velvet nose and hints of flor ageing. On the palate is rich and full with roast apples, nutty oak and a long finish.
Barbadillo Fino Pale Dry Sherry
£ 12.25
This has a pale straw colour with a fresh almond nose and a wonderful dry finish. Excellent with tapas and especially salted almonds.
Barbadillo Pedro Ximenez
£ 18.75
The sweetest kind of sherry. This is made from a grape variety called Pedro Ximénez hence the name PX. When the grapes are ripe, they are picked and laid out in the sun to dry which further concentrates the sugar. The sweetest wines might contain 400g of sugar per litre! Expect flavours of dates, raisins, chocolate, and rum.
Barbaresco 2019, Gaja
£ 220.00
Bright and lively, there isn’t a moment unsuited to enjoying this exhilarating wine. The structure is there to age, but lurks in the background, giving just enough support so as not to dominate the character. I could drink this now, but I must resist temptation.
Barbaresco DOCG 2017, Ceretto
£ 59.10

Ruby-red in colour with garnet highlights. Aromas of dried cherries and rose petals are complemented by undertones of violets, liquorice, vanilla, and spices. On the palate, this wine is medium-bodied and rich with flavours of tart cherries, rose petals, and hints of truffles with a long, impressive finish.

Barolo Azelia 2016, Luigi Scavino
£ 43.00
Aroma and finesse with power and body at the same time. Sweet nose, with hints of cherry, black currant, and liquorice. Fruity tannins.
Barolo Brunate Riserva 2013, Marengo
£ 74.00
A firm backbone softens a little with air and unravels intense aromas of dark fruit, violets, and earth. The palate gradually reveals flavours of bramble and boysenberry fruit mixed with hints of cherry, strawberry, spices, and herbs.
Barolo Massara 2016, Castello di Verduno
£ 57.00
Woodland berry, cedar and pressed rose form the nose. Taut and medium-bodied, the linear palate features juicy red cherry, spiced cranberry and star anise alongside fine-grained tannins. It closes on an almost salty note.
Barolo Patrizi 2018
£ 32.00
Proper Barolo with classic violets and tar character. Meaty, floral, savoury and robust. Firm yet well integrated. Dry, ripe tannins.
Baron de Brane 2014, Margaux
£ 40.00
65.4% Merlot, 4% Cabernet Franc, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon.
The second wine of Chateau Brane Cantenac- Elegant medium bodied wine with a high percentage of Merlot making it silkier and more seductive.
BDX 2019, McHenry Hohnen, Margaret River, Australia
£ 28.65
A seductive nose of red cherry, cocoa beans and freshly picked blueberries, with wild lavender lingering in the background. The palate is powerful with silky tannins. Ripe boysenberry and blackcurrant dominate from start to finish. Subtle oak and floral aromas provide the perfect accompaniment.
Beaujolais Villages 2021, Domaine de Madone
£ 14.30
Light, easy fruit style, strawberries and cherries. A classic Beaujolais style.
Bedoba Saperavi 2021, Georgia
£ 22.60
Bedoba Saperavi is a red wine made from the Saperavi grape variety, which is indigenous to Georgia. It is known for its deep colour, high acidity, and strong tannins, making it a popular choice for producing bold red wines. The Bedoba Saperavi is characterized by flavours of dark fruits such as blackberries, cherries sand plums, along with notes of spice, leather, and some earthiness.