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    Sauvignon Blanc Casa lo Matta
    (Fantastic value dry white from chile)
    Chile




     
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    Verdejo Semidulce Pampano
    ("Wow" wine from spain which, although medium sweet, is so good that any white wine drinker will love it)
    Spain

     
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    Chardonnay Comlambard DGB (Light, fresh and not too dry, with juicy fruit on the palate)
    South Africa

     
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    Viognier Aromo
    (A variety becoming more more recognized in the UK for its juicy freshness. A superb example that appeals to most)
    Chile

     
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    Chardonnay Murphy's
    (Full on unoaked Aussie Chardonnay in a thoroughly modern style)
    Australia
     
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    Pinot Grigio Vista Collina
    (Light but fruity Pinot from Veneto)
    Italy

     
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    Sauvignon Blanc Herringbone Hills (Marlborough Sauvignon at its best positively bursts with flavour. This example has that fantastic typicity but also tantalising restraint)
    N.Zeland
     
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    Petit Chablis Les Temps Perdus
    (Contrary to popular belief, the wines from petit chablis are not necessarily inferior to Chablis proper, it is so called because the area producing it is smaller. This wine was made by Clotilde Davenne from her own vineyard. She is an award winning winemaker. Dry with the classic flint and gun smoke smells)
    France

     
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    Sancerre l' Authentique T. Labaille (Stunning grass and gooseberry juicy freshness. More akin to a Marlborough Sauvignon than the usual austere Sancerre. A wine produced on a 9 hectare estate in Chavignol)
    France

     
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    ROSE

     
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    Rose Aromo
    (A little residual sugar on the finish lifts this beautifully coloured wine in a really attractive way)
    Chile





     
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    Syrah Rose Domaine Reine Juliette
    (Mid-pink in colour and with an attractive strawberry nose
    A dry classic styled wine from the south of France.

    France

     
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    RED

     
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    Merlot Casa lo Matta
    (Soft & mellow with herby character)
    Chile



     
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    Shiraz Cinsaut Forge Mill
    (Soft & approachable but with an almost Old World backbone running through it Should appeal to drinkers of classic french country wines)
    South Africa

     
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    Merlot Aromo
    (Medium-bodied red showing soft herbaceous Merlot characteristics. A real find and very moreish)
    Chile

     
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    Montepulciano d' A bruzzo Scopetanni
    (Soft but spicy Tuscan red. Nice drink with or without food)
    Italy

     
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    Shiraz Murphy's
    (Spicy, ripe & mellow. Almost unbelievably smooth and drinkable. An absolute gem)
    Australia
     
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    Rioja Cosecha Ruiz de Vinaspre
    (A little touch of oak elevates this Rioja to a higher level. Full & firm)
    Spain

     
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    Cahors Malbec  Tradition
    Metairie Grande du Theron
    (The "Black wines" of cahors are famously dense and impenetrable but sebastien sigaud makes satisfyingly accessible wines from this difficult variety)
    France

     
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    Pinot Noir Bascand
    (Fantastic Kiwi Pinot that really delivers. Soft but very characterful)
    N.
    Zealand

     
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    Fleurie Collin Bourisset
    (Probably the best recognised of the ten " cru" villages in Beaujolais. Shows what can be achieved from the amazing Garmay grape. Really top quality) 
    France

     
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    SPARKLING & CHAMPAGNE

     
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    Rocca Bianello Spergola Cantina Puianello
    (Utterly delicious, dryish fizz in a beautiful bottle. For when champagne is a little too dear., this is the stuff)
    Italy

     
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    Prosecco Extra Dry Marsuret
    (Delightful northern Italian sparkler from the local prosecco variety. A lovely sweetness on the finish adds class)
    Italy

     
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    Champagne Helene de Choiseul
    (Fresh & Fruity Champagne in a style everyone can enjoy)
    France

     
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