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.
Corbieres 2020, Chateau Grand Moulin
£ 13.20
A great blend of Syrah, Carignan, Grenache & Mourvedre
Pronounced red colour, fresh aromas of ripe black fruits, with hint of liquorice. Full bodied, rounded and nicely fruity.
Cote Rotie 2012, Cotes Blonde, La Chatillonne
£ 85.65
Established in 1781 in the Côte Rôtie vineyard, Vidal-Fleury is the oldest continuously operating winery in the Rhône valley.
La Chatillonne shows aromas of cassis, pepper, cinnamon, tobacco, black olive and boxwood. The palate is round, full-bodied and fresh with tight tannins. There are flavours of blackcurrant, cherry, pepper and nutmeg, with hints of violets and savoury flavours.

Cotes du Rhone Rouge 2021, Domaine Martin
£ 12.50
Aromas of Morello cherries, ripe berry fruit on the palate with a white pepper spiciness.
80% Grenache and 20% Syrah with 6 months in oak.Unfiltered wine

Crozes Hermitage 2021, J. Vidal-Fleury
£ 28.15
All Syrah red from the Northern Rhone  Aromas of blackcurrants and pepper with a touch of smoke. On the palate, smooth black fruit flavours -quite mouth filling.
False Bay Syrah "Old School" 2020, Coastal Region, South Africa
£ 9.95
The grapes for this come from two low yielding Stellenbosch vineyards, are hand harvested, fermented with wild yeasts and then raised in large wooden casks. Sustainably made this is a cracking wine for the money and made in a way that is more usual for far more expensive wines. Fresh with full brambly fruits, rustic herby and savoury notes and balanced by fine tannins and natural acidity.
Gigondas 2018, J. Vidal-Fleury
£ 33.65
This wine is dark red in colour with aromas of blackberry, cherry, prune and some notes of garrigue and violet. The palate is structured and unctuous. Grenache driven with good tannins with cherry and pepper aromas.
Jaraman Shiraz 2020, Clare Valley, Australia
£ 21.20
There are aromas of spice, plum, red berries, and violets along with chocolate and subtle cigar-box characters from the oak maturation. The palate has ripe dark berry fruit flavours, along with spice, chocolate, and freshly roasted coffee characters with a long, warming finish.
Mas Martinet Bru 2017, Priorat
£ 30.95
A blend of 50% Garnacha and 50% Syrah aged in oak- a mixture of large vats and oak barrels.
It has matured in oak foudres and barriques (25%) with a few months at the end in terracotta amphorae.
Notes of blackcurrant, wild blackberries and bramble with a crisp, rocky finish, lightly spiced with an aromatic floral quality. Full bodied from a small, concentrated crop in 2017.

Mount Langi Ghiran 2020, Mast Shiraz, Grampians, Victoria
£ 51.50
Concentrated forest fruits with blackberry complementing the red fruits experienced on the nose. Undertones of mocha, cigar box and a brown earthiness. Supple, mouth-coating tannins give structure that will hold this wine for years to come.
Saint Joseph L'Instinct 2018, Domaine Jolivet
£ 34.20
A blend of 10 St Joseph parcels vinified separately.Complex deep and rich, this shows the power of the vintage yet the tannic structure is smooth and velvety. Peppery dark berry fruits dominate the palate.
The Chocolate Block 2022, Boekenhoutskloof Winery, South Africa
£ 26.95
Majority Syrah, with the rest Grenache, Cinsault, Cabernet Sauvignon and a splash of Viognier to round out this exceptional bottle of South African red wine. Lush compote of blueberries, ripe plums, black currants & cherries. Cacao-powdery tannins are abundant, adding texture and complexity seamlessly complementing the vivid dark fruits, alcohol, and acidity.