Some of the outstanding still red wines from Portugal's Douro Valley are hot news and none more so than the fantastic Chryseia.
La Ca' Növa is one of the very best Barbaresco producers. Their forward, plush 2015s make great drinking now but can also be laid down for future enjoyment - all at extremely reasonable prices.
Although somewhat of a scarcity in Bordeaux nowadays, it is still possible to find excellent value at under £10 per bottle if you know where to look.
We have long been champions of the wines of New Zealand and last year we added Pyramid Valley to our list of favourites. These 2016s have left us every bit as excitied as when we first tasted the wines from this unique estate.
The latest release from Kumeu River is the 2017 vintage and we are delighted to report that it is another great year for what are now widely regarded as being the finest white wines of the Southern Hemisphere.
This year the undisputed winner of “Best Value” Bordeaux in 2015 was Château Meyney. This is a wine that sells at just over £20 per bottle yet it achieved the same average score as Palmer and Lynch Bages and beat the likes of Cos d’Estournel, Ducru Beaucaillou and Le Pin.
Our impressive own label Pauillac is back and better than ever! This time the vintage is 2015 which is forward and plump thanks to the extra ripeness of this excellent year.
There is no doubt that some of the greatest sweet wines in the world come from Sauternes. We are pleased to bring you an offer of a fabulous mature Sauternes from the great 2007 vintage that has received sensational reviews from the critics, yet we can offer it at £100 per case less than when it was first released a decade ago.
Who says that you can't get a good bottle of Bordeaux for less than a tenner? Not us, as we have a parcel of 2015 Fourcas Dupré which is delicious now and just £110 per 12 in bond.
Two excellent articles have appeared in the press recently regarding the remarkable Vin Doux Naturels (VDN) from Philippe Geyral that we are proud to represent and distribute in the UK. We currently stock over 60 different vintages of these brilliant fortified sweet wines from the youngest, 1989, to the oldest, 1874.
We are convinced that you will not find a better Margaux at a lower price from the great 2009 and 2010 vintages than this pair of Séglas.
The 2014 vintage of our biggest seller is here and ready to drink. At just £75 per 12 bottles in bond, Fleur de Thénac Rouge is the ultimate house wine.
From one of the oldest and very best producers in all of Italy comes this remarkable wine that belies its price and status. 2013 Barolo Castiglione, Vietti is "intense, voluptuous" and “…may very well be the single most compelling value in Barolo today.”