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  1. Domaine de Lagoy 6 Bottle Mixed Case (The Portfolio Collection)
    £93.54

    A mixed case of the following wines:  Rose (2015), Festejo, Red (2013) and La Chapelle.

    Rose (2015): A blend of the following grapes: Cinsault (65%), Caladoc (15%), Grenache (10%) Merlot (10%). The nose is intense and expresses fruity as well as floral overtones: peach, strawberry, mango, white flowers. Roundness appears first in the mouth, followed by the intense fruity overtones noticed in the nose, and an appealing freshness in the finale

    Festejo: A blend of the following grapes: Cinsault (70%), Marsellan (15%), Grenache (15%). Clear and brilliant colour with a tinge of peach and salmon pink. The nose expresses ripe fruit overtones – strawberry, quince – together with scattered overtones of grilled almond. A well-balanced mouth. Fruity overtones are definitely there with red currant and crystallised fruit. The finish in the mouth is all freshness

    Red (2013): A blend of the following grapes: Grenache (50 %), Syrah (12,5%), Merlot (12,5%), Cabernet Sauvignon (12,5%), Marsellan (12,5%). Intense garnet red colour.The nose expresses red and black fruit overtones-black currant, blackberry.The mouth is structured with still young tannins. The black fruit and spices overtones as well as the final freshness characterise this wine.

    La Chapelle: A blend of the following grapes: Grenache (42%), Syrah (21%), Merlot (16%), Cabernet Sauvignon (13%), Caladoc (8%). The nose expresses jammy black fruits overtones – blackcurrant, blackberry – amongst other spicy and smoked overtones. The mouth is structured with elegant tannins. The character of the wine is enhanced by the jammy black fruit, cinnamon and liquorice as well as toasted overtones. A well-balanced wine with a good length, which should age well.

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  2. Domaine de Lagoy 6 Bottle Mixed Case (The Red Collection)
    £95.64

    A mixed case of the following wines: La Chapelle, Red (2013).

    Red (2013): A blend of the following grapes: Grenache (50 %), Syrah (12,5%), Merlot (12,5%), Cabernet Sauvignon (12,5%), Marsellan (12,5%). Intense garnet red colour.The nose expresses red and black fruit overtones-black currant, blackberry.The mouth is structured with still young tannins. The black fruit and spices overtones as well as the final freshness characterise this wine.

    La Chapelle: A blend of the following grapes: Grenache (42%), Syrah (21%), Merlot (16%), Cabernet Sauvignon (13%), Caladoc (8%). The nose expresses jammy black fruits overtones – blackcurrant, blackberry – amongst other spicy and smoked overtones. The mouth is structured with elegant tannins. The character of the wine is enhanced by the jammy black fruit, cinnamon and liquorice as well as toasted overtones. A well-balanced wine with a good length, which should age well.

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  3. Clos Troteligotte 6 Bottle Mixed Case (The Portfolio Reds)
    £99.74

    A 6 bottle mixed case of the following wines: K-nom, K-pot, K-or, K-lys, K and K2.

    K-nom: 85% Malbec, 15% Merlot, ageing on lees in concrete tanks. The entry level wine from Clos Troteligotte, K-Nom is soft and very juicy, with light tannins and black-currant fruit. Made to be drunk young. Brilliant, ruby, fine nose, very aromatic, currant, menthol and undergrowth.

    K-pot:100% Malbec, aged on lees in concrete tanks with no added Sulphites. This wines is marked by an impressive colour intensity. On the nose we have a perfect expression of Malbec in its primary character, pure black fruit aromas. We find the blackberry and blueberry crisp tender, finely accompanied by spicy notes of raw liquorice and black pepper. Discrete tannins elegantly punctuate the mouth. Simple and sincere expression of a fine wine.

    K-or: 100% Malbec, ageing on lees in concrete tanks. The 2013 vintage has benefited from a cool climate and slow maturity. September and October were sunny and enabled the fruit to reach good maturity. This intense and rich wine has also managed to keep a great sense of balance. The black fruits emerge from the firm tannins, bringing with them juicy acidity and a dusty texture. The wine is still young, but it’s developing well to emerge ripe and delicious.

    K-Lys: 100% Malbec aged 24 months in barrels on its lees. This big, spicy wine is very smooth and rich now, but also has the potential to age. Dusty tannins, perfumed fruits and a rich dense character offer the potential to drink in a year. This is a great expression of Cahors. The wine is rated 90/100 by Wine Enthusiast

    K: 100% Malbec aged for 24 months in barrel on lees.The core of the “K” range, this wine shows its wood and tannins right up front. It’s certainly powerful, with a sense of concentrated black fruits behind the firm and dry structure. A dark and brooding wine, this has enormous potential, so give it at least six years. Rated 93/100 by Wine Enthusiast

    K2: 100% Malbec, ageing on lees in amphoras. This dense and dark wine is showing as much tannin as fruit at this stage. It’s powerful, the dark fruits ripe and seriously structured. Spice, berries, coffee and a tense, mineral texture are all part of the mix. It needs considerable ageing.

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  4. Domaine Ansen 6 Bottle Mixed Case (The Portfolio Whites)
    £110.64

    A 6 bottle mixed case of the following wines: Alsace White (Sal Weingarten Single Vineyard), Riesling (Lerchensand Single Vineyard), Riesling (Geierstein Single Vineyard), Pinot Gris (Elmen single vineyard), Gewürztraminer, Gewürztraminer (Ostenberg-Froehn Single Vineyard)

    Alsace White (Sal Weingarten Single Vineyard): Off dry, with exotic, fruity notes.

    Riesling (Lerchensand Single Vineyard): Delicately perfumed, dry and saline. The clayey underground brings crisp acidity and an outstanding ageing potential to the wine.

    Riesling (Geierstein Single Vineyard): It's a bone dry and delicately perfumed wine. The limestone will contribute to the wine outstanding ageing potential.

    Pinot Gris (Elmen single vineyard): The nose reminds us of candied pear and raisins. The mouth is medium sweet. The clay underground brings a very unique structure to the mouth.

    Gewürztraminer: A typical Gewürztraminer from the region

    Gewürztraminer (Ostenberg-Froehn Single Vineyard): This is a juicy, sweet and powerful white wine.

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  5. Podere Veneri Vecchio 6 Bottle Mixed Case (The Aglianico Collection)
    £112.14

    The 6 bottle mixed case contains the following wines:  Tempo dopo Tempo and Perdersi e Ritrovarsi

    Tempo dopo Tempo: 50 % Grieco, 50% Cerreto. This white is treated like a red with long maceration on the skin giving it a dense golden colour, with broom, white peach, khaki and a great whiff of yeasty toast bequeathed by developing on its lees with frequent batonnage. Deceptively simple, it comes out gradually in a crescendo of aromas and sensations which are creamy and persistent.

    Perdersi e Ritrovarsi: An I.G.T Beneventano Rosso made from 70% Aglianico and 30% Piedirosso grapes. Beautiful ruby red colour, bouquet of ripe fruit, violets and sweet spice, full-bodied and elegant with excellent taste balance.

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  6. Domaine Ansen 6 Bottle Mixed Case (Cremant d'Alsace)
    £112.74

    A 6 bottle mixed case of the following wines: Cremant d'Alsace AOP Struch (Brut) and Cremant d'Alsace AOP (Demi Sec)

    Cremant d'Alsace AOP Struch (Brut): A blanc de noirs made from Pinot Noir from an individual field called Struch. Fermentation was carried out in stainless steel tank. Aged for 12 months in bottle prior to release.

    Cremant d'Alsace AOP (Demi Sec): A Blanc de blancs made from Pinot blanc, Auxerrois, Riesling. Fermentation was carried out in stainless steel tank. Aged for 12 months in bottle prior to release. Dosage of 32g/l

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  7. Podere Veneri Vecchio 6 Bottle Mixed Case (The Aglianico Collection)
    £117.54

    The 6 bottle mixed case contains the following wines:  Nigrum and Perdersi e Ritrovarsi

    Nigrum: An IGT Benevento made from 100% Aglianico grapes. Vivid ruby red color with hints of wild berries, ripe fruit and spices, the taste is warm and full with vigorous tannins and gentle.

    Perdersi e Ritrovarsi: An I.G.T Beneventano Rosso made from 70% Aglianico and 30% Piedirosso grapes. Beautiful ruby red colour, bouquet of ripe fruit, violets and sweet spice, full-bodied and elegant with excellent taste balance.

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  8. Kühling-Gillot 6 Bottle Mixed Case (Portfolio Collection)
    £137.54

    A mixed 6 bottle mixed case of Kühling-Gillot collection - Qvinterra,  Oppenheim, and Ölberg Grosses Gewächs.

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  9. Schatz 6 Bottle Mixed Case (Jake's Selection)
    £138.54

    A 6 bottle mixed case of the Acinipo and Pinot Noir from the Schatz Portfolio.

    Pinot Noir: Luscious red fruit (mulberry, cherry), very floral (violets) with hints of spices (pepper, clove,bay leaf), fine herbs (oregano) and balsamic touches. Very generous, fleshy, dry and vital acidity. Pleasing sensation of coffee notes, fruit stone aromas, gingerbread and cocoa with bitter chocolate. Creamy and balsamic finish. Lengthy on the palate with a very elegant terroir.

    Acinipo: Important notes of laurier and thyme, in unison with cherry and cassis aromas. Good combination with the slovenian wood oak of the barriques. Fine, elegant and clean on the palate. The red fruit predominates, with and elegant and remarkable acidity on a cacao and coffee background. Well balanced and a long finish.

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  10. Judith Beck 6 Bottle Mixed Case (The Pannobile's)
    £141.24

    The mixed case consists of the following wines Pannobile White and Pannobile Red.

    Pannobile White: Once every year, the nine producers select their white wine as a potential candidate for the white Pannobile. The criteria is very strict; only perfectly ripe grapes from the Pinot varieties (Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc), and the indigenous Neuburger, that grow within the defined Pannobile vineyard sites, may be vinified. The winemaker can decide whether he or she presents a single varietal wine or a blend of these designated Pannobile varieties. The unanimous decision to elect the Pannobile wine is made in the final, decisive tasting. This is how a wide and diverse range of wines, that are clearly recognisable as coming from the same family, evolve with each having its own special individual character.

    Pannobile Red (2010): 60% Blaufränkisch 40% Zweigelt . Dark ruby red with purple rim; Complex bouquet of red berries , blackberries and cherries, pleasant spiciness , dense and juicy on the palate with silky tannins, compact and elegant, lively echo and good ageing potential.

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