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This rich Gewurztaminer from Alsace is like a tropical fruit elegantly coated in honey. With strong lychee aromatics and a touch of ginger, it could be the perfect match for a spicy Thai dish, or even drinking alone - there's no judgement here...
The Sumarroca estate is notable for having a poor land but there is nothing impoverished about this fizz. It’s wedged up. Filthy rich and throwing £50 notes around like a Kardashian in a plastic surgery. A complex Cava that seriously delivers with rounded fruit and fine bubbles and so reasonably…Discover More
This zero sugar Champagne gives full freshness without austerity, it is asuper dry Champagne and being zero sugar means it’s practically good for you. Arguably a 'skinny Champagne' with limited guilt, it is a perfect way to start an evening or afternoon or breakfast if you fancy, why the hell not, let’s…Discover More
This Les Cordeliers Crémant de Bordeaux Brut NV is a soft and fresh sparkling wine. The perfect sparkling to enjoy as an aperitif. It’s a lighter alternative to Champagne. If that’s not enough to grab attention, it’s made by monks. I know, monks. Real life monks. You could say that…Discover More
This Blanc de Blanc is a symphony of complexity conducted by eighth generation winemaker Eric Rodez, weaving together the terroir and organic wine making processes to create an exciting tale of a light gold, rich citrussy and peachy aroma, with a fresh and punchy mouth, with a finish that lingers,…Discover More