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South African chenin blanc may not be as long lived as classic Loire chenin but the best mature beautifully, developing mealier complexity – supported by that backbone of saline acidity – over time. Ginny Povall's is a case in point, still a relatively new star but with a proven track record.
A blend of different and complementary premiers crus which offer a soft, round and appealing expression of pinot noir. A charming and extroverted wine offering excellent value for money.
Opulent, multi-layered and seductive with generous spicy flavour, this is one of Italy's great reds. Graticci are the straw mats on which the perfect fruit is laid for a short time in the Puglian sun to intensify the flavour.
We have once again agreed a great price on this wine which gives a great introduction to Joel Peterson's famously "no wimpy wine" style. This Californian zinfandel is from vines planted on sandy soils in the 1880s, leading to a characterful wine of spiced blackberry, mocha and intense red fruit that is best decanted.
Lovely traditional-style wine, a blend of 40% malbec, 40% cabernet sauvignon and 20% merlot, aged in large oak vats for nine and a half years until soft and mellow. With a soothing mature register of flavours - tobacco, cedar and leather, this has some similarities with Musar and Rioja reservas but with its own Argentine twist.