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    £8.99

    SAVE 10% WHEN YOU BUY 12 BOTTLES

    From a relatively new co-operative set up in 2001 comes this attractive wine. Campo de Borja is a region to the South West of Rioja that produces some great value wines and also is starting to produce some great fine wines. Previous vintages have won lots of awards and this latest vintage should do so too.

    This is simply very drinkable it has ripe red fruit aromas with a distinct hint of sunshine. In the mouth it has sufficient grip to make it work with food but is also very enjoyable on its own. Charming drinkable and good company what more can you ask?

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    La Poderosa Malbec , Chile

    A delicious example of this popular grape variety, deep coloured, lush fruit and very smooth

    Pacifico Sur, Carmenere, Chile

    Deep purple in colour with bold dark fruit flavours and a soft easy finish

    Canforales Tempranillo, La Mancha, Spain

    From the centre of Spain comes this cracking example of Tempranillo, lots of red fruit, vanilla and well balanced acidity

     

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    A perfect case for Spring drinking, fresh, refreshing and delicious. Three of our best selling wines with two bottles of each. Even better if you live locally we offer free delivery, simply call or email us to arrange.

    Canfo Airen Sauvignon Blanc, La Mancha, Spain 2019

    A wine we import directly from a large co-operative in the centre of Spain it has crisp clean flavours and a long dry finish perfect as an aperitif.

    False Bay Slow Chenin Blanc, South Africa 2019

    Fermented using wild yeasts which is trickier and slower but gives the final wine a much greater flavour and depth, this is a lovely weighted wine with real mouthfeel it works brilliantly with crumbly cheese or slow roast pork.

    Zagare Vermentino, IGT Terre Siciliane 2019

    A vibrant and expressive Vermentino from Sicily’s west coast, where many of the vineyards face the sea to benefit from light reflected from the waves. It’s named after the delicate white flower of the lemon tree.

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