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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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South-island producers Sherwood Estate produce this very good Pinot Noir. Very good concentration lurking behind the ethereal quality that top Kiwi Pinots exude in buckets.  More info
This is a full-bodied Chilean red made from the Camenere and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. This is still relatively young but its acidity is especially pleasing. This will complement a hearty Argentinian...  More info
This Amarone from Allegrini is made using the Corvina grape type in the Della Valpolicella region of Italy. The grapes used to make Amarone are allowed to dry in the sun which concentrates the sugars...  More info
This award-winning Margaret River Chardonnay is truly phenomenal. Delicate floral flavours interplay with rich yellow fruits to create a delectable Chardonnay.  More info
The Tuscan winery of Isole E Olena was formed in the 1950s in a merger between the estates of Isole and Olena, this is their Chianti Classico.  More info
This Shiraz hails from Victoria, Australia, and was awarded 94 points by James Halliday for his Wine Companion.  More info
The Recchia Amarone from Valpolicella is made from the Corvina grape which are unusually dried for three months to concentrate the sugars and flavours. The result is a full bodied wine with rich...  More info
A warm New Zealand spring with a cool ripening season has resulted in a Sauvignon Blanc that's both rich and crisp.  More info
This is am red wine made from the Aglianco grape in Campania, Italy. This is a oaky style of wine with a Christmas-sy flavour profile. Wines from the Taurasi region are often decribed as 'Barolos of...  More info
The legendary Piedmont winemaker, Gaja, has conquered Tuscany with this exciting Super-Tuscan red wine made to a Bordeaux blend of grapes.  More info
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
Very aromatic with notes of tangy plums and honey. Stainless steel vinification, 100% malolactic fermentation. Louis Latour select their grapes from one of the best vineyards in southern Burundy's...  More info
An old-fashioned Bordeaux from Château Pichon-Longueville, this 2008 vintage is a very nicely balanced Pauillac. Highly recommended.  More info
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
Made by Carlos Pulenta, Tomero Petit Verdot Reserva 2010 comes from the cool climate of Valle de Uco. A lovely wine, even when young - juicy and slightly herbal. Will improve with a few years of...  More info
This is a sweet wine made from Grenache Noir at Domaine Cazes in Roussillon, which is also organic and biodynamic.  More info
This is a 50:50 blend of Shiraz and Monastrell (Spanish for Mouvredre) hence the name 'Half and Half', from the First Drop winery in Barossa, Australia.  More info
This is a delicious rich Shiraz from this iconic Australian winery with a 2% proportion of Tempranillo to flesh the wine out.  More info
Fruity and medium bodied, this wine from the Palacio del Conde winery in Valencia is made from Monastrell with Tempranillo grapes. Try it with steak or a good stilton.  More info
This is the second wine of the legendary Super-Tuscan wine producer Ornellaia that gained 92 points from Robert Parker.  More info
A great addition to any rich fish dish, this Unoaked Chardonnay is produced at the Gimblett Road vineyards in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand.  More info
A soft, fruity red from the Castillo de Anna winery in Valencia made with Tempranillo grapes (the same as Rioja). Perfect with roast lamb.  More info
Made in Molise in Southern Italy, this is a rustic red from Camillo de Lellis, based on the Montepulciano grape. Try this with pasta dishes.  More info
Produced in the Veneto region, this is a 2008 vintage Amarone. It's an intense, full-flavoured red and it represents great value for money too.  More info
This Argentinian red wine is from Mendoza and is made from a blend of 70% Malbec, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc and is fermented using indigenous yeasts and is aged for 22 months in...  More info

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