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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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Pieropan have released this single vineyard Soave. The vineyard of Calvarino has volcanic soils and the principal grape type grown is Garganega which is most commonly used in Soave.  More info
$34.38
Crozes Hermitage is the largest of the Northern Rhône appellations. The Thalabert is made from grapes grown on vineyards with pebbly soil. The stones store heat in the day to release at night which...  More info
$79.61
Pouilly Fumé is so named because the Pouilly winemakers refer to the Sauvignon Blanc grape as Blanc Fumé because of the greyish, smoky (Fumé) bloom on the skin of the grape. Also, well made Pouilly...  More info
$63.29
This is a Grand Cru Burgundian red from the Dugat family made from the Pinot Noir grape.  More info
$162.00
A full-bodied, rich Chardonnay from the appellation that neighbours Pouilly-Fuissé.  More info
$29.27
Doug Balnaves was a sheep shearer before he became a winemaker in 1971. He was paid by the tally of the number of sheep he had sheared, the higher the number the greater the respect for the shearer...  More info
$117.75
First Drop experiment with different grape varieties, in this case it is with the Italian grape Montepulciano. This grape shouldn't be confused with the Italian town of the same name which produces...  More info
$36.08
This is a classic weighty Priorat with succulent red fruit flavours, thanks to the mild nature of the growing season this is drinkable fairly young.  More info
$34.38
Isole E Olena is one of the famous wine estates in Tuscany. Tuscany is renowned for its 'Super Tuscan' wines which aren't made to satisfy regional requirements, they are simply made to be very good...  More info
$80.31
Jermann Vinnae
(75cl, 13%)
Vinnae is a tasty Italian white from Jermann, made with Ribolla Gialla, Malvasia and Riesling. It's an un-oaked wine and the result is a floral, aromatic wine not dissimilar to a light Viognier.  More info
$36.08
This French red from the Cotes de Provence is made from Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan and Syrah, a blend of grapes often used in the Priorat region of Spain.  More info
$25.88
Pouilly Fume sits on the other side of the Loire Valley to Sancerre, and is a more perfumed style of Sauvignon Blanc. Alain Cailbourdain makes his Triptyque Pouilly Fume from grapes grown on land...  More info
$49.68
This is a 1970 vintage of the Bordeaux, Sauternes at Chateau Rieussec made with a blend of the sauvignon blanc and semillon grapes.  More info
$277.95
This rosé from the Loire Valley is made from 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Gamay for a light and delicate style.  More info
$22.48
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
$24.17
A very elegant Chardonnay from the Gimblett Road vineyards in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. Magnificent whiffs of citrus on the nose continue on the palate, which is enjoyably complex.  More info
$19.46
Chateau Doisy-Védrines is a cru classé Sauternes, however the Petit-Vedrines is an excellent value second wine from these acclaimed producers.  More info
$25.88
Produced in the Abruzzo region of Italy by Marco Flacco and his team, the 2013 vintage Gran Sasso Montepulciano d'Abruzzo had a challenging production season. Not optimum rain conditions in the spring...  More info
$13.44
Cave De Castelmaure 2010
(75cl, 14.50%)
Cave de Castelmaure, this 2010 vintage comes from Languedoc Roussillon. It's superb with venison...  More info
$27.57
This wine was made from grapes grown on the La Rocca vineyard on the Monte Rocchetta Hill. This Soave is entirely made from the Garganega grape type.  More info
$46.30
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
$30.16
Eiswein refers to the process of allowing the grapes to freeze on the vine during a frost. The grapes are then picked and pressed quickly so that the frozen water content is separated from the now...  More info
$47.97
A South African Chardonnay from the Paarl Valley, made with 100% Chardonnay grapes by the Glen Carlou vineyards. Sip it alongside fresh fish for maximum enjoyment.  More info
$37.80
This is a Saint Joseph which is a commune in the Rhone region of France made from the Syrah (Shiraz) grape type.  More info
$34.38
This is a Village level Beaujolais from Domaine De Rochemure. Beaujolais is made from the Gamay grape type and is a light style of red wine which can even be chilled if so desired.  More info
$22.48
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