Winter Selection Pack – 6 Bottle Mixed Pack


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6 bottle pack.

A fantastic selection of wines to warm you up on the cold, cold nights and even bring some cheer to your new year!

You'll get one bottle each of:

– Donnhoff Estate Riesling Dry QbA 2020 Nahe, Germany

Characterful Riesling from the steeply sloping vineyards of the middle Nahe region. Wonderfully fresh and well defined, elegant with a tingling minerality.

– Bourgogne Chardonnay 2021 Frederic Esmonin

A light, straw coloured wine with a fine and elegant bouquet with hints of white flowers, a little honey and some minerals. The taste is nicely balanced with an underlying chalky minerality.

– Elena Walch 2021 Pinot Nero Alto Adige, Italy

A heady, perfumed nose of cranberries, raspberries and both red and dark cherries, with a spicy touch of white pepper in the background. On the mouth, it manages to be fun and serious all at once, with some lovely, silky ripe tannins bounding off the fresh red fruits, with some thyme notes, then bringing it all together with a crisp acidity and a long savoury, graphite finish.

– Gabrielskloof Whole Bunch Syrah 2021, South Africa

These wines are from their Projects range and so don’t be surprised that they are somewhat quirky. It’s good to be different! The result is depth and intensity on the one hand with flawless purity on the other. Fasten your seat belt for a roller coaster of a ride on the palate. Extraordinary stuff.

– Chateau Cap Leon Veyrin 2019 Listrac-Medoc, Bordeaux

50% Cabernet Sauvignon / 50% Merlot. Impressive balance and an all round generous personality with a vibrant fresh tangy persistence. A delicious wine from a block buster vintage.

– Hautes Cotes de Beaune 2021 Domaine Jeannot, Burgundy

We've managed to get our hands on a few cases of this – the pouring red Burgundy at Patrick Henriroux’s 2 star Pyramide in Vienne. Chewy bon bons, rose petal and pastille fruits. Lifted fruits with sucrosity and delicate acids to balance. An evocative red.

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