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Château Lyonnat Lussac Saint-Emilion 2010
Bottle 75cl: £14.99
Classic Bordeaux blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and ...
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Château Lamothe-Cissac Cru Bourgeois Haut-Médoc 2009
Bottle 75cl: £13.99
An excellent Château, owned by the Fabre family, situated ...
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Domaine Rodet Château de Rully, Rully Rouge 2009
Bottle 75cl: £16.99 £8.85
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This Pinot Noir has a very correct and seductive nose of ...
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Saint Véran Chapelle aux Loups 2013, Louis Jadot
Bottle 75cl: £16.99
The vineyards of the Domaine de la Chapelle aux Loups, ...
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Fantinel Extra Dry Prosecco NV
Bottle 75cl: £10.99
A fresh, dry, fruity sparkler made using the Prosecco ...
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Costanza di Mineo Cor Leon Merlot 2013
Bottle 75cl: £9.99 £5.99
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A delicious, deep purple coloured wine that boasts ...
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Delta Wines Marlborough Pinot Noir 2010
Bottle 75cl: £17.99 £13.99
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A delightful Pinot Noir from New Zealand's Marlborough ...
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Summer has come to a close and autumn is well and truly on its way. Time to say goodbye to those fresh, summer whites and replace them with the warmer, more robust reds frequently associated with colder temperatures. read more
Few things are more synonymous with an English summer than Wimbledon. One of the greatest tennis championships in the world, it is one of those things (along with fish and chips and a cup of tea) that are so quintessentially British.  read more
Is your Dad, like mine, stubbornly traditional in his wine choices? We’ve chosen some unusual, alternative suggestions that remain similar in style to traditional, old world wines to spice up his wine rack and inspire exploration!  read more
The smoky flavours that the seasonally popular BBQ will impart onto the meat are second to none, and you don’t have to follow the rules and pair your juicy meat with rich, full-bodied red wines… read more
London Wine Week, from the 18th May to the 25th May, is a week long worship of all things to do with wine in our beautiful capital. Sound interesting?  read more
Most people, wine experts or not, seem to have an establishedopinion about this white grape variety, but we would urge you to kick back and pour yourself a glass regardless of your long-entrenched opinions… read more
We have chosen the ten best restaurants who offer BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle) so that you can keep the costs down while enjoying the culinary delights that London has to offer. read more
English wine is becoming increasingly popular in the UK. This surge in popularity is particularly pertinent as English Wine Week, a week dedicated to celebrating our locally produced wine, approaches.  read more
Now the weather has blossomed (thankfully) and the temperatures are rising, a crisp, dry Sauvignon Blanc is just the ticket for a beautiful spring evening.  read more
It is Malbec World Day on Friday the 17th and to celebrate this momentous occasion organised by Wines of Argentina, there seemed to be no better way than to provide you with our favourite Argentinian steak restaurants, in London. read more
We tracked down the youngest married Masters of Wine in the business, Susie Barrie and Peter Richards, in order to get their expert opinion on the perfect wine and cheese pairings. read more
San Francisco based glassblower Christopher Yamane and designer Matthew Johnson from SUPERDUPERSTUDIO discuss their beautifully crafted and spill-proof Saturn Wine Glasses… read more
Greengrocers and farmers markets are alive with the sights and smells of spring and that warming sentiment alone should compel us to enlighten our palates for the welcome seasonal switch.  read more
History is littered with creative artists famed for altering the cognitive process to coerce the genius within, but in Palatable Mediums we endeavour to shine a light on the avant-garde artists who use alcohol as a medium.  read more
A dish as tender as lamb is hugely popular in spring and a common choice for a Sunday lunch, especially over the long Easter weekend. Lamb’s modest flavour and supple juiciness lends itself very nicely to a smooth, low-tannin wine.  read more
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