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AU19301 AU19301 Blind Spot Clare Valley Riesling 2016

Textbook Clare riesling, but let it breathe in your glass to open up. Sappy, lemon nose and a racy, crisp, bone-dry palate of lime and apple – apple that starts as Granny Smith and becomes sweeter Pink Lady. Only 11.5% alcohol, but lots of flavour and verve. - Joanna Simon

( joannasimon.com 18th Apr 2017 )

£8.95
AU19311 AU19311 Blind Spot Yarra Valley Chardonnay 2016

Elegant, lightly oaked, cool-climate Australian Chardonnay. Fresh lemon with a hint of apricot/peach, delicate toast, spice and creamy texture, a mineral spine and appetising acidity. Sophisticated restraint. Impressive complexity at the price. - Joanna Simon

( joannasimon.com 18th Apr 2017 )

£9.50
AU19321 AU19321 Blind Spot King Valley Barbera 2015

Juicy and supple with lively, bright, plum and cherry fruit, a light dusting of vanilla and toast and a refreshing, almost salty edge. Medium-bodied and good with lamb chops and kid chops (should you have any to hand – I did). It was also at ease with butter beans in a fresh tomato sauce and tolerated artichokes.- Joanna Simon

( joannasimon.com 18th Apr 2017 )

£9.50
AU19381 AU19381 Blind Spot Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2016

Seamless and sleek with sappy rose and cherry aromas against the subtlest of oak backdrops. - Joanna Simon

( joannasimon.com 18th Apr 2017 )

£10.95
AU19391 AU19391 Blind Spot King Valley Garganega 2016

Best known for its role in Soave, garganega shows real promise in King Valley, Victoria. Unoaked, spritely, medium-bodied with a gentle perfume of stored apples and jasmine, and lemon-cum-grapefruit, green apples and chalky minerality on the palate. Delightful. Drink as an aperitif or with seafood, salads or simple pasta. Bring on the spaghetti alle vongole. - Joanna Simon

( joannasimon.com 18th Apr 2017 )

£8.95
AU19261 AU19261 Blind Spot McLaren Vale Grenache-Shiraz-Mourvèdre 2015

Traditional but polished Aussie GSM blend. Spicy and perfumed: cherries and aromatic herbs on the nose, sweet cherries, bilberries and hedgerow berries on the palate. Smooth, full, dry and ripe, with oak adding a touch of chocolate-vanilla-toast, and mourvèdre giving a savoury, earthy freshness to the finish.- Joanna Simon

( joannasimon.com 18th Apr 2017 )

£7.95
AU19271 AU19271 Blind Spot Old-Vine McLaren Vale Mataro 2015

Full-bodied spicy, peppery mourvèdre under its traditional Australian name of mataro. Sweet black fruit, bilberry and dusty plum, together with black pepper, earth and liquorice. Succulent and creamy with ripe tannins pulled along by an appetising dry, earthy, savoury undertow.- Joanna Simon

( joannasimon.com 18th Apr 2017 )

£9.50
CM16751 CM16751 Château Ferran, Pessac-Léognan 2010

There’s plum and strawberry here with chewy tannins. With an excellent nose and length typical of a merlot-based claret, it’s not for long ageing and is drinking superbly now. Decant this wine before drinking to release its full potential. - Chef Tony

( Northern Soul 17th Apr 2017 )

£17.00
SA12051 SA12051 Springfield ‘Life from Stone' Sauvignon Blanc, Robertson 2016

Vines planted on extremely rocky ground (mainly quartz) give this wine its name. They produce a greenish coloured, highly concentrated wine with a flinty, mineral undertone. There are also hints of grapefruit. It is fantastic with seafood, asparagus or enjoyed on its own. - Chef Tony

( Northern Soul 17th Apr 2017 )

£9.95
EN1041 EN1041 Chapel Down Bacchus 2015

England has made a name for itself producing world-class sparkling wine, but there are a handful of still wines that are well worth seeking out. This is one of them, replete with spring-like aromas of cut grass, crunchy apples and elderflower. - Will Lyons

( The Sunday Times 16th Apr 2017 )

£11.50