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Albariño

You may or may not have heard of Albariño, but in the Rias Baixas region of Galicia, Spain, it’s a big thing. And now it’s getting a cult reputation in the UK too. What’s so special about it isn’t just the lovely rounded, soft fruit flavour, but the fact that it’s as good with spicy Indian food as it is with fresh seafood and salads.

  • Grape: Albariño
  • Home: Rias Baixas / Spain
  • Style: Crisp / Fresh / Aromatic
  • Taste: Tropical Fruit / Peach / Grapefruit
  • Food: Seafood / Fish / Salads
  • Awards: 2014 vintage: International Wine Challenge – Silver / 2015 vintage: International Wine Challenge - Bronze
  • Lifestyle: 2014 vintage: Pescatarian / 2015 vintage: Pescatarian

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Malbec

No one quite knows how Malbec found its way to Argentina, but we’re glad it did. The desert climate does very, very good things to these grapes – try it with a barbecue and you’ll see exactly what we mean.

  • Grape: Malbec
  • Home: Mendoza / Argentina
  • Style: Medium bodied / Smooth / Fruity
  • Taste: Blackberries / Blueberries / Hint of oak
  • Food: Steak / Bolognese / Mexican Dishes
  • Awards: Not yet!
  • Lifestyle: 2015 vintage: Vegan / 2016 vintage: Vegan

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Pinot Noir

Lighter than most other reds, Pinot Noir grapes are notoriously tricky to grow. Ours is a fruity little number from Nelson, New Zealand and tastes pretty dang good with a duck dinner.

  • Grape: Pinot Noir
  • Home: Nelson / New Zealand
  • Style: Light bodied / Smooth
  • Taste: Plums / Cherries / Hint of oak
  • Food: White meat / Duck / Chinese dishes
  • Awards: 2014 vintage: International Wine Challenge – Bronze / International Wine & Spirit Competition - Bronze / 2016 vintage : International Wine Challenge - Commended
  • Lifestyle: 2014 vintage: not Vegetarian / 2016 vintage: Vegan

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Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc, one of the UK’s favourite white wines, is a sunshine wine, which is why this one comes from a place that has 2409 hours of the stuff every year. That place is Marlborough, New Zealand, and this little beauty is all crisp citrus freshness, tropical fruit and gooseberry.

  • Grape: Sauvignon Blanc
  • Home: Marlborough / New Zealand
  • Style: Dry / Zingy / Crisp
  • Taste: Citrus / Passion Fruit / Gooseberry
  • Food: Salads / Seafood / Thai dishes
  • Awards: 2014 vintage: International Wine Challenge – Commended
  • Lifestyle: 2014 vintage: not Vegetarian / 2016 vintage: not Vegetarian

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Shiraz

Shiraz is the most widely grown grape variety in Australia and you’ll see why it’s so popular when you taste our amazing wine! Soft, smooth and versatile, full of fruit with a bit of spice. What’s not to like?

  • Grape: Shiraz
  • Home: South Australia
  • Style: Full-bodied / Soft / Smooth
  • Taste: Red berries / Dark fruits / Hint of spice
  • Food: Roast Lamb / Beef Casserole / Hearty Pasta Dishes
  • Awards: Not yet!
  • Lifestyle: 2016 vintage: not Vegetarian

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Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon is often referred to as the “King of Red Grapes” and we think it deserves its royal status.

Born of its two French parents Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc, the grape also thrives in South Africa as well as France – this one from South Africa’s Western Cape packs a proper punch with full-bodied, rich, juicy flavours.

  • Details: Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Home: Western Cape / South Africa
  • Style: Full-bodied / Rich / Juicy
  • Taste: Blackcurrant / Plums / Hint of Oak
  • Food: Ribs / Steak / Barbecue
  • Awards: Not yet!
  • Lifestyle: 2016 vintage: Vegan

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