• In 1962, 19 vine growers from San Marzano whose families had farmed the land for generations, combined their efforts to establish 'Cantine San Marzano'. Through the decades this cooperative has grown significantly, attracting over 1,200 vine growers. This extraordinary Primitivo is deep and complex with flavours of prunes, black cherry jam, spice and tobacco that weave through the full bodied palate with its velvety texture and long, complex finish of cocoa, coffee and vanilla bean. Powerful and delicious.
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    The Luxury Corkage BBQ Box 

    A gorgeous case of premium wines carefully curated for your next garden party, we’ll also throw in some recipes and food pairing ideas designed by the Corkage kitchen. This eclectic case of six is sure to satisfy your summer cravings. Happy grilling!
  • Barolo Cerequio, Michele Chiarlo 2012, Piedmont, Italy £84.00 Michele Chiarlo is one of Piedmont's most prestigious winemakers, producing outstanding wines from some of the most exceptional sites in Piedmont, including Barolo’s world famous Cannubi and Cerequio vineyards. This is a classic Barolo showing layers of leather, cloves and chocolate over a silky texture, elegant, long and beautifully balanced. It has aromas of mature fruits are complemented by hints of wild mint, eucalyptus, herbs and fine spice. Rich on the palate with a tightly woven structure of fine tannins, it shows outstanding elegance and harmony from this truly unique Barolo cru.
  • Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru ‘Morgeot’ Domaine Gagnard-Delagrange 2018 A rich and elegant wine, complex floral and white fruit aromas with buerre noisette lead to a palate of crisp summer apples and juicy green pears, white nectarines and honey-blossom. The finish is a journey through lightly toasted nuts, buttery complexity, freshly grated nutmeg and long, juicy acidity.
  • Chateau Siaurac is the most important property of Lalande de Pomerol, and its vineyard is in a single, contiguous plot. It is the largest estate of the appellation and is comprised of 46 hectares of planted vine. On the palate, the spectacular 2014 vintage Chateau Siaurac offers generous fruity hints that can be compared to those of a Pomerol with heady aromas of damson, overripe plum, raisin and leather. The tannins are fine and chalky. This wine carries a long finish which is both scented and elegant with mineral accents.
  • Château Fortia 'Tradition' 2017 Châteauneuf-du-Pape A distinguished yet punchy wine offering intense and seductive aromas of ripe red berried fruits enhanced by smoky notes and subtle spice. 
  • Cuvee Athanor Domaine Jean Foillard 2015 A unique and rare cuvée, Athanor was crafted in 2015 instead of the famous 3.14 cuvée. It takes its name from Alchemy and its depth and intensity will demonstrate why. Another shining example from Jean Foillard of the black magic that can be achieved with Gamay.
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    The Funky Fresh Box of Six 

    Whether you are an aficionado of biodynamic wine or just dipping your toes into natural wines, this box will reward you with its diversity of wine styles, flavours and producers.

    Grüner Veltliner 2019, Eschenhof - Wagram, Austria

    Dafni Psarades Vineyard 2020 - Crete, Greece

    Oveja Dry Muscat 2019, Bodegas y Vinedos Fontana - La Mancha, Spain

    Beck Ink 2020, Weingut Judith Beck - Burgenland, Austria Kotsifali Psarades Vineyard 2018 - Crete, Greece Domaine de la Chevalerie 2018 'Franco de Porc' - Bourgueil, France  
  • Jean-Claude Lapalu Brouilly Vielles Vignes 2020 - £31 Jean-Claude Lapalu Brouilly is often considered as the benchmark for juicy Gamay, an all natural wine with pronounced flavours of rhubarb, raspberry and crunchy red cherries. Elegant, complex, delicious.  Country: France Region: Beaujoalis Grapes: 100% Gamay Volume: 75cl ABV: 13% Vintage: 2020 Suitable for Vegans: Yes Suitable for Vegetarians: Yes Food pairing: Lean red meats, French-styled pork sausages and salty hard cheese would bring out the best in this bouncy Beaujolais.  
  • The Côtes-du-Rhône Rouge ‘L’Enclave’ is very much a ‘petit Côte-Rôtie’ from Champrond and Bonnivieres, while the IGP Syrah is planted on schist soils near the domaine at Le Vallin. On the nose there are floating aromas of violets, soaked black cherries, flint, smoke and a lovely savouriness all throughout. The palate is tender though driven and structure with plenty of voluptuous fruits. The finish is clean and refreshing.
  • The Ilberts have been growing vines in Cahors since 1901, bottling their own wines since 2005, and current vignerons Julien and Sophie today farm 22 hectares on the highest reaches of La Causse, an old Occitane word for the region's limestone plateau. Bright, intense purple colour, recognisably Malbec with bramble fruit and grip, yet at just 12.5% alcohol it’s a genuine vin de soif – even for serving slightly chilled in warmer summer months. Radically brilliant.
  • In 1962, 19 vine growers from San Marzano whose families had farmed the land for generations, combined their efforts to establish 'Cantine San Marzano'. An intense and complex bouquet of ripe red fruits combined with hints of spice. A full-bodied wine with delicious flavours of Morello cherry, thyme and vanilla notes through to a smooth finish. Huge bang for buck!