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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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This 2008 vintage Shiraz was made by John Duval in the Barossa Valley, Australia. This wine received 94 points from Lisa Perrotti-Brown for Robert Parker's Wine Advocate and is rich with black fruit...  More info
This Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon from Moss Wood was made from grapes grown in the cool growing season of 2006. Cool weather during the growing season is not something they are particularly...  More info
A cool and cloudy December led to a smaller harvest than usual however the grapes had ripened excellently producing this rather fine Sauvignon Blanc.  More info
Borthwick was established in 1996 in Wairarapa, North Island - New Zealand. This is a Burgundian style red made with minimal intervention. Indeed 'Paper Road' refers to a road that was meant to cut...  More info
Tokaji Aszú might well be our favourite dessert wine. It is made sweet by allowing the grapes to become affected with botrytis (noble rot) which brings out all the natural sugar content. These grapes...  More info
From the Bouches-du rhone AOC, this delightful Cabernet-Syrah is brimming with blackberry and raspberry fruit.  More info
Awarded 87 points by Robert Park, this New Zealand Pinot Gris is ready to drink before 2012. It offers notes of honey, pears, and fresh flowers on the nose, with a palate of honeyed blossom, soft...  More info
This wine has been made by Marco Flacco who achieves an astonishing freshness and fruitiness in his wines.  More info
This is the flagship wine from South African producer Ken Forrester in the Stellenbosch region. It is often considered one of the greatest expressions of the Chenin Blanc grape and it is easy to see...  More info
Plenty of fruit and freshness, and an intense, brilliant pink color.  More info
This Rioja has been made from grapes grown in particularly arid soils which have helped concentrate the sugars in the grapes. The wine has been aged for 14 months in American oak barrels.  More info
This Barolo from Piedmont is made with the Nebbiolo grape variety that has undergone malolactic fermentation then aged for three years in Slavonian oak casks.  More info
A 2006 bottling of well-known Campo Viejo. Will be delicious due to extended bottle age.  More info
Produced in the quaint village of Biddenden in Kent, Gribble Bridge is a crisp white made from Ortega grapes. This has been lauded by the critics.  More info
This Alion red wine from the region of Ribera Del Duero is made from the Tempranillo grape and is am excellent example of just what can be achieved with this classic Spanish grape type.  More info
Campo Viejo Crianza 2006
(75cl, 13.50%)
A Crianza with a decent amount of bottle age is often better than a Reserva. Top Tip.  More info
This Californian Cabernet Sauvignon from J Lhor is aged for over a year in French and American oak barrels after experiencing alcoholic and malolactic fermentation in steel vats.  More info
The Plantagenet wines are made in the Mount Barker township in Western Australia, the Omrah Pinot Noir achieved a respectable 88 points from Robert Parker for the 2010 vintage.  More info
A superb Cabernet from super-huge Australian producer Rosemount. Good concentration with typical blackberry and pepper notes. Should age very well.  More info
This is a sweet wine from Mclaren Vale, Australia made with the Riesling grape type and is an excellent match for fois gras.  More info
Aged in new and old French oak barriques this wine is made from Chardonnay grapes harvested from the legendary Corton Grand Cru vineyard. This is a phenomenal wine with exquisite flavour and body.  More info
Gevrey-Chambertain is from the Côte de Nuits region of Burgundy. This wine is made using the Pinot Noir grape (mandatory for Burgundian reds) by Frederic Magnien. Frederic is a part of the fifth...  More info
A luscious Cabernet from the McLaren Vale in Australia, First Drop's Mother's Ruin works beautifully with roasted game birds and is very quaffable...  More info
Pouilly-fume is in the Loire Valley and the white wines made here are all made from the Sauvignon Blanc grape. This wine is mineral rich and with balanced acidity.  More info
This dry Riesling from Max Ferdinand Richter used to be the most poured on grand transatlantic flights, hence the Zeppelin reference.  More info

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