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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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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
$39.70
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
$25.53
This Chardonnay from the Macon region is a delectable crisp style of Chardonnay with some richer notes than other Macon wines.  More info
$22.40
Produced at the legendary Château Cos d'Estournel in the Saint Estèphe region, this 2008 vintage is a refined, aromatic red to be drunk within 10 years.  More info
$72.79
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
$56.16
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
$28.69
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
$257.41
A warm New Zealand spring with a cool ripening season has resulted in a Sauvignon Blanc that's both rich and crisp.  More info
$28.38
A pinot from the one of the best-regarded producers in New Zealand's Marlborough region.  More info
$38.57
Cloudy Bay's 2009 Pinot Noir boasts a fabulously silky, supple texture with a perfect level of acidity. It offers up hints of cherry and sweet summer fruits and just a touch of oak. Ready to drink...  More info
$29.73
The 2009 vintage of Domaine du Rempart's Châteauneuf du Pape. A supple, quaffable red made with Grenache, Cinsault, Mourvedre and Syrah. Did you know, Domaine de Rempart is actually owned by the...  More info
$26.01
The Californian winery De Loach produced this dark, richly fruity Pinot Noir in 2011.  More info
$15.81
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
$12.45
This Marlborough Pinot Gris (Pinot Grigio) is made from botrytised grapes. Botrytis is an infection which dehydrates grapes leaving behind the sugars and acids. This can ruin a harvest unless you wish...  More info
$20.85
Argentinian wine is made with the Torrontes grape variety and is an easy-drinking style with a floral character.  More info
$20.79
Using mostly (75%) Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grown in Paso Robles, CA, this 2011 vintage J Lohr Seven Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 ripples with red fruits, ripe and plump, alongside blueberries, anise...  More info
$27.14
This Merlot from Chip Lyeth was inspired by his trip around Bordeaux in the 1970s. Made in Sonoma County, California and benefits from the stable maritime climate.  More info
$22.39
Spanish wine from the Rioja region, which is notoriously dry, perfect for growing Tempranillo grapes, which is the major component of the Vina Izadi Rioja Reserva 2008. Intense with red berries and a...  More info
$23.97
Those Syrah grapes sure do make an excellent wine. Need proof? Well, here's your proof! The yummy 2010 vintage Saint Joseph Cuvée from Domaine Des Amphores is made with those Syrah grapes and a...  More info
$31.84
This is a delicate Italian rosé wine made from a blend of grapes including Sangiovese. This is a light style perfect for picnics and relaxed lunches.  More info
$29.48
This is a 2010 vintage from the Chilean winery Ninquen. It is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Carmenère, picked from thirteen year old vines and aged for 14 months in American and French oak.  More info
$25.55
In 1975 the De Loach estate bottled its first wine, a Zinfandel. In 2003 the Burgundian estate J-C Boisset bought the winery and focus on small-lot wine-making. This is a fruity Chardonnay with a...  More info
$18.45
A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Carmenère. Smooth and Silky.  More info
$25.55
From the McLaren Vale of Australia comes the Mitolo Jester Shiraz, a yummy, fruity red which features a warming centre of spicy oak and herbs. The 2011 growing season was much cooler than other years...  More info
$24.76
Great with chicken or salad dishes, Cailbourdin's Triptyque Pouilly-Fumé is very dry and crisp. Very clean and refreshing - a lovely wine from the Loire valley.  More info
$48.39

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