As seen on TV. Straw coloured with green hues. Rich and lifted aromas of citrus fruit, nectarine and kumquat.
One of only four vintages deemed 'Selección Especial' in Ardanza's seventy-eight-year history. Savoury, red-fruity and sweetly spiced. Delicious.
Sumptuous Amarone from Masi - a byword for quality in Italian wine. Plush and dried fruity with savoury spice, it's a benchmark for the style.
Barolo is widely considered Italy's king of wines. This is rich, with a fresh bouquet of violets and roses and a long, intense finish.
Purchased by the Comte Lafond, ancestor of the current owner, Baron Patrick de Ladoucette, Château du Nozet and its surrounding vineyards have a reputation for producing the finest Pouilly-Fumé
This Pinot Noir is made from 45-year-old vines in Santenay, the village in which the founder of the winery, Vincent Girardin, was born.
Bright ruby in colour, aromas of raspberry and plum are complemented by a touch of spice. A luscious and soft palate with flavours of redcurrant, cherries and an added warmth from time in oak barrels.
Aged in oak for a year, this is complex, aromatic and boasts a heady palate of almond, honey, toast and stone fruit.
Brilliant garnet in colour, with a classic Rhône nose of bramble fruits and heady spice. The medium-bodied palate has fresh and snappy red fruit surrounded by firm and persistent tannins.
Crafted from a single 'block' of vines, it's bright, fresh, fruity Sauvignon from Marlborough pioneers - and the most awarded producer in the region.
This claret is steeped in history. The château was favoured by Henry IV - and uses old Bordeaux variety Carménère in the blend. Ripe. Brambly. Fresh.
From the stellar 2015 vintage and just hitting its stride this is rich and indulgent with bright fruit flavours of cherry and blackcurrant enhanced by notes of cedar and vanilla.
Stag's Leap creates some of the very finest wines in America. This Chardonnay boasts aromas of pear and pineapple, a soft palate and a smooth acidity.