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Wine

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 is a delicious 2010 vintage Shiraz from First Drop in the Barossa valley. It was made with grapes from the Ebenezer, Greenock and Seppeltsfield vineyards. It was aged in 35% new French oak...  More info
$28.59
This is a late harvest Malbec which was produced in Argentina's Mendoza region by Susana Balbo. The vines were, on average, 13 years old, and the wine was aged for 18 months in new French oak. Wine...  More info
$26.60
This is a village level, zesty, oak-aged Chardonnay from the Chassagne-Montrachet appellation of Burgundy.  More info
$51.52
A wonderful Montepulciano d'Abruzzo from the Gran Sasso estate, full of rich berry character with soft tannins.  More info
$15.12
Tokaji Aszú is made using grapes that have been affected by botrytis (noble rot). Now I know what you're saying, noble rot doesn't sound like a good thing. Well it actually brings out more natural...  More info
$34.32
A fabulous Malbec from Bogdega Atamisque in Argentina, elegant and refined but still with a lush palate of tasty red fruits such as strawberries and plums.  More info
$19.87
The Argentinian winemakers, Trapiche, produce a series of single vineyard Malbecs to display the best of the dark, delicious Malbec they have to offer and to communicate the effect that the different...  More info
$46.10
St Estephe borders Paulliac in the Bordeaux region of France, and is known for its gravelly soil. This means the wines are particularly good in hot, dry years. The Chateau Ormes De Pez from 2009 is...  More info
$48.83
The 2010 Domaine du Rempart Châteauneuf du Pape is a lighter style Chateauneuf which will drink younger but don't rush, it will still be drinking for a few years!  More info
$27.29
Felton Road Riesling 2011
(75cl, 12.50%)
Felton Road, a winery in New Zealand, produced this fantastic spring wine from Riesling grapes. This 2011 vintage has a spectacular nose, which develops on the palate into a brilliantly fresh...  More info
$27.78
This is a big, heavy Italian red wine with supremely silky tannins. A truly beautiful wine from this world-famous winemaker, with all the grapes harvested from three vineyards that date back to the...  More info
$65.02
The vineyard where Peller Estate harvest the grapes for their Ice Wine is on the Niagara Peninsula in Canada, which is on the same latitude as warmer places. This means that the summers are warm...  More info
$51.70
Made with 100% Pinot noir grapes, the Frederic Magnien Gevrey Chambertin Vieilles Vignes 2009 is an earthy wine, rich with raspberry aromas, savoury notes and firm but ripe tannins.  More info
$51.55
Produced by La Rioja Alta, the Gran Reserva 904 is a rich, refined Rioja. It is made with natural malolactic fermentation and was aged in American oak for four years.  More info
$55.56
A delicious cherry red wine from the northern part of Spain, La Rioja Alta Vina Arana Reserva 2005 came from an excellent harvest of 95% Tempranillo and 5% Carignan grapes. It was aged in the barrel...  More info
$32.63
This is Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is made from grapes harvested from a single vineyard in the Awatere Valley on stony river gravel soil.  More info
$17.14
The grapes used for the Domaine De Pellehaut Les Marcottes are 70% Tannat and 30% Merlot, which come from the oldest plot in their vineyard. They say that while this plot does not give them many...  More info
$16.47
The Tenuta San Guido Guidalberto 2010 is a Super Tuscan wine that has gained 91 points from International Wine Cellar and 90 points from Robert Parker and the Wine Advocate.  More info
$46.10
Produced by the fantastic First Drop Wine, Mother's Ruin Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 was a battle against the elements. Despite a tough winter for the Australian winery, they still managed to produce a...  More info
$23.20
This is a 2010 vintage Portuguese wine from Quinta do Crasto, made in the Douro valley. It was basket-pressed and aged in French oak barriques for 16 months.  More info
$31.29
Made with 50% Merlot, 30% Sangiovese and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, the Ornellaia Le Volte 2011 spends 10 months in barrels which have previously aged Ornellaia wine. A velvety red wine, rich with...  More info
$31.32
La Flor wines from the Pulenta Estate are bottled young, with the grapes in this expression having also gone through a cold pre-fermentation that removes an amount of colour and gives the fruit...  More info
$17.82
This Riesling hails from Clare Valley, Australia. This is a classic Australian Riesling with a floral aroma and lime fruit flavours. This Riesling will complement a simple fish course or rock oysters.  More info
$21.86
This rosé from the Loire Valley is made from 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Gamay for a light and delicate style.  More info
$17.82
Made from 100% Cahors Malbec, aged between 12 to 18 months in French oak, this wine is the feather in Château de Chambert's hat. Dark fruits with a lovely stunning pepper warmth and exceptional...  More info
$39.37

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