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See? Not just whisky, us - we love wine too. From fine and crisp Rieslings to rich powerful Burgundian Whites, from subtle old-world Pinot Noir to blockbuster Aussie Shiraz (okay, especially blockbuster Aussie Shiraz). No half-bottles of blue nun though. Although we've heard it goes well with Stilton with walnuts in it.

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Vaillons is one of the finest premier cru vineyards in Chablis and its Kimmeridgean soils ensure the wine has that classic Chablis minerality.  More info
$51.52
Chablis lies on soil of limestone and Kimmeridgian clay, this is what the wine's minerally character is attributed to. Chablis goes well with seafood especially prawns in this case.  More info
$26.76
A delicious 2012 Vintage Chablis from Domaine Laroche in the north east of France. Rich with ripe citrus fruits and spring blossoms.  More info
$29.28
This fresh, classic Broiully from Domaine Les Roches Bleues offers up a lovely flavour - great with chicken dishes. The grapes are hand-picked and are whole-berry fermented for around a week.  More info
$30.90
Made with grapes grown in six little plots of land in the Silberberg area. This is a simple, slightly mineralic Riesling from Domaine Pfister.  More info
$35.03
The Silberberg Riesling has a delicious perfumed quality on the nose and a tight acidity on the palate.  More info
$35.03
A rich Pouilly-Fuissé from Domaine Saumaize-Michelin, this will be at its best after about 2 to 5 years in the bottle. Expect a balanced, citrusy white with a good level of oakiness.  More info
$41.62
Sancerre lies across the Loire Valley from Pouilly-Fume, both use the Sauvignon Blanc grape to great effect. Sancerres boast delicious green fruit flavours and a refreshing minerality.  More info
$28.42
A tumultuous growing season was experly handled by the Domaine Sautereau winemakers, making their 2012 vintage Sancerre possible. You wouldn't expect anything less from a winery that has been making...  More info
$28.42
This is a family estate wine currently being made by David Sautereau who is taking a modern approach to the craft.In keeping with the Sancerre styles his wines display great minerality and classic...  More info
$29.28
A gloriously fruity rosé, full of red and pink berries and Pinot character. Notes of strawberries - perfect for Wimbledon?  More info
$22.76
Domaine Sautereau is a family-run vineyard in the village of Crézancy in northern France who have been producing top-notch wine for 9 generations. Their 2012 vintage Sacerre Rosé is a delicately fruit...  More info
$29.28
This Fleurie from the Beajolais region is made from the Gamay grape and is a light style of red wine that can even be moderately chilled.  More info
$24.98
A white wine from Donnafugata, the Ben Ryé 2011 vintage is made using Moscato d'Alessandria grapes. Excellent when served alongside a dessert, whether you like a sweet chocolatey pudding or a...  More info
$64.76
A whacking great bottling of the 15% bruiser, El Bombero.  More info
$26.92
Larry McKenna makes fantastic wine such as this 2008 Pinot Noir at his winery in Marlborough, New Zealand. This Pinot Noir is left to macerate on its skins for an average of eighteen days then is left...  More info
$36.67
New Zealand wines are generally pretty fab, and this Escarpment Pinot Noir 2009 lives up to that, it's absolutely wonderful. The grapes were harvested by hand and the wine was aged for 11 months in...  More info
$36.67
Escarpment is located in Martinborough, New Zealand, and was founded by Larry and Sue McKenna and Robert and Mem Kirby who wanted to create a definitive style of Pinot Noir for their winery. The...  More info
$23.46
This is a great full-bodied Chardonnay from New Zealand winery Felton Road. This is a fruity style with great acidity.  More info
$39.98
A Pinot Noir produced from a combination of three estate vineyards by top New Zealand winemakers Felton Road.  More info
$54.85
Using grapes from three farms in the Central Otago sub-region, Felton Road's 2013 vintage Bannockburn Pinot Noir is noted for having a bolder centre of red fruit notes than previous vintages. It is...  More info
$54.85
Felton Road is based in Bannockburn in New Zealand and are famous for their Pinot Noirs. Their success is especially impressive considering that they were only established in 1997.  More info
$63.10
An organic, biodynamic wine from Felton Estate in Central Otago, New Zealand, this is a delicious 2011 vintage Pinot Noir. This is a mineral-rich, rustic Kiwi red.  More info
$64.76
The 2012 vintage Pinot Noir from the Calvert Vineyard, owned by Felton Road, is a dark, brooding New Zealand red wine, which matured in French oak barrels for 13 months before it was bottled. Felton...  More info
$67.86
This is a 2011 vintage New Zealand pinot noir from the Central Ontago winery of Felton Road. Felton Road was opened by Nigel Greening. Nigel moved to New Zealand to indulge in his love of pinot noir...  More info
$53.19
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