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    £95.40

    Flamboyant Spanish Reds

    Normal Retail Price £105.88

    Special offer for this case £95.40 or £7.95 per bottle 

     

    Spain is one of the most exciting wine making countries on earth and was recently tipped by American Wine Guru Robert Parker to be the country to follow over the next few years. The case I have put together, reflects the modern sexy Penelope Cruz Spain it is full of luscious, rumbstious, downright naughtily drinkable wines. No dry dusty old red’s here.

    There are two bottles of each wine in the case

    Bodegas Borsao Tinto Garnacha, Campo de Borja 2012

    Bodegas Borsao is a co-operative established in 2001. It is situated in Campo de Borja a region to the south east of Rioja. This wine could hardly be more drinkable and has won numerous sommelier awards for being the perfect house wine.

    Borsao Selección Tinto, Campo de Borja 2012

    70% Garnacha, 20% Syrah, 10 % Tempranillo. Simply one of the most dangerously drinkable wines I sell it bursts with lovely ripe fruit. There is a hint of mocha and just enough grip to keep it

    Manon Tempranillo, Bodegas Mano a Mano, Alhambra 2010

    From a state of the art winery that harnesses both traditional techniques and modern methods to produce a wine of great elegance. Lovely ripe strawberry and raspberry fruit, supple smooth tannins and good length

    Bodegas Juan Gil Pedrera Monastrell , Jumilla 2012

    Monastrell is known as Mourvedre in France and it produces wines of great depth of colour and intense fruit as those who are familiar with the French versions might know. Here you get some chocolate notes along with the dark fruit and easy tannins.

    Pasión de Bobal, Bodegas Sierra Norte, Utiel Requina 2011

    Made from the unfamiliar Bobal grape this wine is as its name suggests a heaving torrent of vinous lust, spicy exotic fruit sprinkled with incense, soft silky tannins and come hither flavours that just will not say no. It will certainly spice up an evening!

    Urbina, Crianza Rioja 2006

    Well a Spanish selection would not be complete without a Rioja and this is a classic example of what people expect. All sunshine, baked fruit and leather notes, it is a blend of 95% Tempranillo with 5% Graciano & Mazuelo from 30 year old plus vines. Aged in American oak casks that leave a sweet touch of vanilla and it is undoubtedly the star of the case.

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    £79.95

    The customer is always right and this selection reflects what are our in store customers favourite wines. Offering great flavours and tremendous value for money. Twelve bottles of wine for just £79.95 just £6.66 per bottle. Saving almost 15% on our normal retail prices

    There is a wonderfully aromatic and zesty New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, a fabulous Verdejo with loads of grapefruit flavours & the ever popular dry white wine that is Pinot Grigio. The reds include a perfect pizza wine from Sicily, a big rich smooth Malbec from Argentina that is simply perfect with a good steak and a dangerously drinkable red wine from a small enclave close to Rioja. No wonder our customers keep coming back for them

    Whites

    2x The Cloud Factory Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand

    2x Diez Siglos Verdejo, Rueda, Spain

    2x Mirabello Pinot Grigio, Italy

    Reds

    2x Ca di Ponti Nero D’Avola, Sicily

    2x Nieto Reserva Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina

    2x Bodegas Borsao Seleccion Tinto, Campos Borja, Spain

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    £69.99

    Its all white now! 12 bottles of wine for just £69.95 saving £7.89 on the full case price

    A choice selection of some excellent dry white wines that wont break the bank and will give you all round great value for money.There are two bottles of each wine in your case

    Average Price per bottle is just £5.83

    False Bay Sauvignon Blanc, South Africa – lovely understated wine that just pleases

    Cape Heights Chenin Blanc, South Africa – Crisp green apples over a mouthwatering finish

    Mas de Vigneron, Cotes de Gascogne – Our most popular House White

    Parrotfish Chenin Blanc, South Africa – Softer tropical fruit very drinkable

    Santa Rosa Sauvignon Blanc, Chile – well rounded wine with classic nettle aroma

    Mirabello Pinot Grigio, Italy – Every girls favourite

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    £110.00

    Savvy Sense

    This case makes sense because New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc is easily the most popular white wine we sell and here we have a fabulous collection of four of the best all for an amazing discounted price saving you £11.41 and we even offer free delivery to mainland UK. Plus the wine comes with our 100% money back guarantee, no quibbles, no questions,we will refund you.

    The Cloud Factory, Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2013

    Intensely perfumed aromas of nettle and ripe tropical fruits. These carry onto the palate too. Along with limey flavours and a rich minerality – classic Marlborough Sauvignon. The wine is sappy fresh, clean and delicious.

    Cliff Edge, Marlborough Sauvignon 2013

    Now when you buy a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc you know what you want is a punch of screaming gooseberry backed by a citrus gang and thirst quenching acidity that is more refreshing than any power shower. This wine more than delivers that and at great value despite the strengthening New Zealand dollar.

    This is the sort of wine to have waiting for you in the fridge when you come in from a bad day in the office or having survived dragging the kids round the supermarket. Serve it ice cold and relax.

    Black Cottage, Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2013

    New Zealanders can be straight forward folk. Winemaker David Clouston lives in a Black Cottage so when he was looking for a name for his range of Marlborough wines why obviously he chose Black Cottage. The name may be simple but the wine is a lovely highly attractive dose of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc with a burst of fruit, gooseberries, lime, tropical fruits underpinned with a fresh acidity and just a little bit of residual sugar to round it off and make it a really enjoyable glass.

    The Crossings Awatare Valley, Sauvignon Blanc 2013

    Winner of the IWSC Trophy for the world’s best Sauvignon Blanc this wine really reflects the land from which it comes. The fruit is sourced from three different vineyard sites within the Awatare valley and it is the careful blending of this fruit that gives the wine its complexity.

    “In the mouth the flavours are white nectarine, passion fruit dashed with fresh lime. A tense wire of acidity thrums through the palate and leaves a tingling lip-smacking freshness with the long finish. Terrific balance and poise make this a very exciting wine indeed,” stated the ISWC.

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