Gold Medal Winning White Wines
Domaine du Pré Baron Touraine 2019, Loire Valley, France (Sauvignon Blanc)
Old Vines contribute to greater intensity - this is a riper style than most Touraines with inviting peachy fruit on the nose and an intense, full-flavoured palate.Great texture, with some classic green pepper notes and a satisfying, crisp finish.
Wild House 2019, W Cape, South Africa (Chenin Blanc)
Yellow and tropical fruit on the nose with ripe pear notes. Crisp acidity with a waxy texture and hints of citrus and lychee. Fresh mandarin tang on the palate with a bright juicy finish.
Vila Nova 2019, Vinho Verde, Portugal (Loureiro / Arinto)
Hand harvested grapes from rugged vineyards on the Atlantic coast.
Floral, citrus and gentle tropical aromas lead on to a palate with sherbet lemon acidity, a touch of mango and a bright mineral finish.
Gold Medal Winning Red Wines
Brisa de Verano, 2018, Aragon, Spain (Garnacha)
A full-bodied wine with intense black fruit concentration and herbal hints, Juicy warmed red berries and currants, with some floral, violet notes too - excellent balance
Mucho Mas, Chile, 2019 (Merlot)
Plum, blackcurrant and cranberry aromas burst from the glass. The palate is juicy and fresh with soft red fruits and a hint of green pepper. A really easy drinking Merlot.
Il Cascinone ‘Crocera’ Barbera d’Asti, 2017, Piemonte, Italy (Barbera)
Aromas of ripe black cherry, damson and toasty spice. A rich palate with plum and sour cherry fruit, juicy acidity, and notes of dark chocolate on the finish.
6 Bottles per case £60
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