1. Prosecco Superiore, Versetto Italy
From a family producer situated at the foot of the hills that surround the medieval town of Asolo. Poetry in a glass!
2. Champagne Pierre Bertrand 1er Cru NV France
This Champagne has a wonderful deep copper / gold colour and juicy peachey fruit. Lovely texture and complexity. A fine wine and a great, great value offer indeed.
3. Champagne Pierre Bertrand Brut 1er Cru NV 37.5ml
Fresh, fruity and oral, with chalk notes on the nose. Crisp perfumed red berry fruit with some very subtle hints of brioche.
4. Champagne Ruinart "R" de Ruinart Brut France
Delicate and fresh with golden glints and a crystal like brilliance, perfectly balanced with aromas of fresh butter and Viennese pastries.
5. Champagne Ruinart Rose NV France
Ruinart's sublime roseis dominated by aromas of cherry and freshly pickled berries. This is a rose Champagne of exquiste quality.
6. "Trente Deux" Cotes de Gascogne, France
Columbard, Sauvignon Blanc and Gros Manseng working fabulously together here to produce a crisp, fresh and fruity wine.
7. Grüner Veltiner "Little Cricket" Pannon Hungary
This Hungarain take on an Austrian classic is a little gem. Dry, clean and crispwith citrus notes, yellow plum, light green apple and a hint of white pepper.
8. Inzolia, Meridia IGT Italy
Inzolia is an ancient grape variety from Roman times and is grown in Sicily.
9. Macabeo / Moscatel (Organic), El Renegado, Valencia, Spain
The vineyards for El Renegado are situated within a large nature reserve. An aromatic yet fresh white.
10. Picpoul de Pinet, L'Ormaine, Duc de Morny, France
From Cyril Payon's Ormarine cellar just a few steps from the Mediterranean, this is Picpoul how it should be. Fresh vibrant and perfect with seafood.
11. Le Bouquet, Boschendal, Western Cape, South Africa
These vineyards are from South Africa's second oldest farm, dating back to 1685. An off dry aromatic Chenin blend with tropical fruit flavours, spicy undertones and hints of cinnamon and honey.
12. Sauvignon Blanc, Allan Scott, Marlborough, New Zealand
Allan Scott is a true pioneer of the Marlborough region, planting the first vineyard in 1973. Family owned and run the team uses unrivalled experience to produce top class Sauvignon Blanc.
13. Egri Csillag, Nimrod Kovacs, Eger, Hungary
Tricky to pronounce, wonderful to drink. The 'Star of Egar' is light and fresh with lovely honeysuckle aromas, melon and green apple flavours.
14. Falanghina, Villa Schinosa IGT Italy
Schinosa specialise inin working with native grape varieties. Falanghina is an ancient Greek grape variety, which creates wine with white blossom and citrus aromas and flavours of ripe pear
15. Chablis, Fourillon, France
Lovely lifted white flowers tinged butterand lemonwith a full, rich rounded palate. Excellent example of this region.
16. La Traca Blanco, Risky Grapes, Valencia, Spain
A rewarding blend of Merseguera, Viognier,, Malvasia and Moscatell. Fresh white flowers and citrus with a juicy mouthfeel.
17. Viognier, Bodegonnes Vineyard Select, Canelones, Uruguary
Uruguary is the up and coming star of South America. At it's heart liesCanelones, where the Atlantic influences allow for a longer growing season which allows Viognier to develop it's aromatic qualities.
18. Menetou Salon, Les Chavignots, Loire Valley, France
South west of Sancerre, Menetou- Salon is known for producing fantastic Sauvignon Blancs which often challenge those of it's more famous neighbour.
19. Gavi di Gavi, Rolona, Castellari Bergaglio, Piedmonte, Italy
Gavi is made from the Cortese grape which makes characterful crisp minerally white wines. All grapes are hand harvestedexclusively from vineyards in the commeune of Gavi and Rolona.
20. Albarino, Veiga da Princesa, Rias Baixas, Pazo do Mar, Spain
This example is a high quality, single vineyard Albarino from a family producer and is made from low yielding grapes and only with grapes from the first pressing
21. Vouvray, Spring Sec, Vincent Careme, Loire Valley, France
A dry (Sec) and exceptionally fresh Chenin Blanc from it's natural home in the Loire Valley. Green apple and citrus aromas, with a steely mineral character on the palate.
22. Riesling, Picnic, Two Paddocks, Centeral Otago, New Zealand
The central Otago region is regarded by many as New Zealands finest. Lime,loquat, spicy wild flower aromatics folowed by a warm, citrus driven flavour profileshowing great length, texture and drive.
23. Sancerre, Domaine Vincent Delaporte, Loire Valley, France
The Domaine has been passed from father to son since the 17th century and can lay claim to some of the oldest vineyards in Sancerre. The average vine age is 35 years old.
24. Chardonnay "Acero", Don Miguel Vineyard, Marimar Estate, USA
From the vineyard named after the patriarch of the Torres family and Spanish word for steel "Acero". This wine has seen no oak. It is rich and complex but dry,with baked apples and spicy nutmeg.
25. Pellehaut Rose 2015 Cotes du Gascogne
This vintage has a beautiful pinkish colour, an intense, aromatic expression on the nose, with a bouquet of red fruits, strawberries and a oral touch.
26. Rose "Mimi" Vin Breban, Provence, France
This pale pink, dry rose is a classic example of the style which has been so successful for this region. Crushed strawberry, lemon and watermelon. Elegant and fresh.
27. Malbec/ Bonarda "La Trochita", San Juan, Argentina
Malbec, the flagship grape of Argentina is blended cleverly with Bonarda to give a wine with sweet blackberry flavours and a hint of cinnamon
28. Grenache / Pinot Noir "Les Vignerons" France
Ripe cherry fruit and a touch of spice fill this delicious fruit filled wine. light soft and very smooth.
29. Pinotage "Rocheburg" Coastal Region, South Africa
Pinotage is South Africa's signature red wine grape. A gutsy cross between Pinot Noir and Cinsault rarely found anywhere else in the world. Rustic, fruit-driven and perfect for pairing with meat dishes.
30. Cotes du Rhone "Clavel Regulus" France
A typical regional blend of Grenache, Syrah and Marselan from winemaker Clare Clavel. Powerful, expressive aromas of red fruits with a deep, silky smooth palate.
31. Tempranillo / Monastrell, El Abuelo, (Organic), Bodegas Piqueras, Spain
This wine is produced from sustainably grown grapes, taken from the coolest high altitude vineyards in select plots located at the heart of the Almansa region in Southern Spain
32. Primitivo, Villa Schinosa, IGP, Puggila, Italy
This Primitivo is made in a style that is fruit driven, beautifully balanced and exceptionally appealing.
33. Tannat, Bodegones del Sur, Canelones, Uruguay
Historically grown in South West France, Tannat is now the signature grape of Uruguay. it's robust style is proving a popular alternative to Malbec. Full bodied, notes of ripe fig, chocolate and coffee.
34. Rioja Crianza, Monte Acuro, Spain
From the winery Bodegas del Medievo in Aldeanueva de Ebro. An excellent Rioja.
35. La Traca Bobal, Risky Grapes, Valencia, Spain
This Bobal shows ripe fruit with soft balsamic touches. Fresh and direct with elegant sweet and spicy notes. A balanced, structured wine with depth. Great with fatty meat dishes.
36. Fleurie, Le Vivier, Domaine Grand Garant, Claude Grosjean, France
This Fleurie comes from the hamlet of Le Vivier, which is characterised by it's pink granite soil. This is text book Fleurie with real character and personality.
37. Cabernet Sauvignon, Secret Cellars, Paso Robles, USA
This premium quality Cabernet Sauvignon was aged in a combination of French And American oak for around 16 months before being bottled.
38. Pinot Noir Black, Allan Scott Estate, Marlborough, New Zealand
Allan Scott is a true pioneer of the Marlborough region, planting the first vineyard in 1973. Family owned and run , the team uses unrivalled experience to produce top class Pinot Noir.
39. Malbec Altepes Single Vineyard, Enrique Foster, Mendoza, Argentina
The grapes are grown in single vineyard called Altepes. Yields are kept very low, and only one bottle per vine is produced.
40. Cabernet Franc, Friuli Isonzo Muzic, Collio DOC Italy
Muzic is run by Ivan and Orieta and their two sons. What we liked about their vines was the purity and sense of place.
41. Clos de Lolol, Carmenere, Araucano (Organic) Chile
This wine represents the essence of the cool climate of Lolol.
42. Zinfandel, Frog's Leap, Napa Valley, Califorina, USA
The team at Frog's Leap produce Zinfandels that have a tremendous richness of flavour while preserving the natural freshness and purity of the grape. Powerful, elegant.
43. Pinot Noir, Dalrymple, Pipers River, Tasmania
From Norheastern Tasmania. Bertel and Anne Sundstrup have crafted a Pinot Noir of great complexity and character. Fresh, perfumed and packed with fruit.
26. Warre’s LBV Port 2010
A world famous LBV. A perfect after dinner treat, great with cheese.
27. La Gitana Manzanilla Sherry
Incredibly fresh, with a salty, tangy character reminiscent of a sea breeze. A complex, nutty palate and crisp, palate-cleansing finish.