Whilst a whisky and spirits shop by trade, we also have more than a little penchant for the noble grape. To this end, we stock a variety of the world’s finest Wine and Champagne from the Old World and the New World. Whether you’re after a light, elegant, fruity Barbera, or a full, oaky, buttery Chardonnay, you’re sure to find the perfect quaff here.
Our Champagne selection is legendary, and we’ve a great range of vintage, non-vintage, prestige and large format sparklers. We also stock the New World’s top wines, from regions such as New Zealand, Australia, Chile and the USA…
A refreshing, juicy Italian red from Ornellaia, produced using 50% Merlot, 30% Sangiovese and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. The 2012 vintage spends 10 months in oak casks which previously held Ornellaia wine, allowing for further development of the bountiful fruit, subtle spices and luxurious tannins.
The 2012 vintage of Mother's Ruin Cabernet Sauvignon from Australian winemakers, First Drop. The 2012 growing season was particularly good for First Drop, resulting in a gloriously quaffable cab sauv.
The 2013 vintage La Flor Cabernet Sauvignon from the Pulenta Estate in Argentina. Previous vintages have been excellent value for money, and this certainly follows suit. A deep and tastefully complex wine, combining jammy red fruits, subtle earthy touches and a subtle core of spice.
An intense, flavoursome Rioja wine, made from Tempranillo and a small amount of Graciano grapes - it spends four years ageing in used American oak barrels. The 2004 is a particularly impressive vintage, with a fragrant, spicy nose, elegant tannins and a mightily long finish.
This superb French red wine was made by Frederic Magnein in the Côte de Nuits region of Burgundy, produced using Pinot Noir grapes. As a fifth generation winemaker, Frederic Magnein knows his way around an expertly made expression, such as this 2010 vintage Gevrey Chambertin Vieilles Vignes.
Please note: The label of this bottle is slightly torn.
This big and vibrant port with ripe notes of dark cherry, plum and damson. From the renowned Fonseca House, the wine is from an undeclared but very good vintage, 1996, hence the more moderate price point.
From the Spanish, family owned Bodegas Faustino, the 2001 Faustino I Reserva is made with mostly Tempranillo grapes, along with Graciano and Mazuelo. It was aged in a mix of French and American oak barrels for 26 months before being bottled. A good red wine also calls for a gorgeous bottle, hence why this comes in a frosted bottle with a traditional portrait on the label.
A cream sherry from Barbadillo, this is made with Manzanilla and Moscatel sherry and offers a fruity, soft and sweet character.
A rich, syrupy Pedro Ximenez from Gutierrez Colosia. Like boiled down date and walnut cake, this stuff is absolutely divine.
Harveys Bristol Cream is a classic aperitif sherry, best serves very cold. Offers nutty, raisin notes.