Bright straw yellow colour. Fruity bouquet with strong notes of apple and pear. Hints of bread crusts due to the particular vinification process. Smooth and harmonious to the palate, with a unique tactile sensation. 1.5l Magnum The grapes used to make this Valdobbiadene DOCG Prosecco Superiore come from some of the most prestigious vineyards in this appellation. PROSECCO BUYING GUIDE This is a: Extra Dry Prosecco (12-17 g/l of sugar) The most traditional type of Prosecco. The mellow yet crisp taste is a result of its very well-balanced acidity. It is best served at 7-9⁰C and makes an excellent aperitif. Other styles: Brut Prosecco (less than 12 g/l of sugar) The most modern type of Prosecco. Fresh, mineral and extremely elegant taste. Best served at 8-10⁰C, it works perfectly as an accompaniment to seafood and vegetable-based dishes. Dry Prosecco (17-32 g/l of sugar) The less common type of Prosecco. The natural sweetness highlights the wine’s fruitiness and creates a refreshingly tangy yet soft flavour. Best served at 7-9⁰C, try it with dry pastries and spicy dishes.
2 days of skin-contact maceration in big barrels made of indigenous woods. Aged 8 months in cherry tree barrels. Rich, yet delicate. A perfect first approach to orange wine.
Flawlessly smooth and impeccably fragrant, CollaGin is the original gin with added collagen. Eleven delicate botanicals infuse each velvety drop, in a bewitching concoction of warm, earthy liquorice and floral notes of orris root, balanced by the clean taste of juniper and the gentle tang of fresh oranges. 50cl
The grapes are selected from a single block located on the lower slopes of Klein Constantia. Three different batches were harvested between January and February to ensure freshness, fruit and intensity.
An original rosé with a very pale pink colour plus grey and whitish tints. The bouquet reveals delightful red berry scents. A slight sparkle on the palate gives the wine all its freshness and brings out its fruit to the full. The elegant finish is pleasantly fresh and mineral.
To make this gorgeous Tiramisu liqueur only 5 main ingredients are used: fresh milk, sugar, Tiramisu paste (eggs, chocolate, coffe), alcohol and natural aromas. Shake well before use; best served slightly chilled with a sprinkle of cocoa powder. Available in 20cl bottle and 50cl bottle Please note: price has been reduced due to the use by date being mid-November.
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Attractive floral notes underline the pungent, aromatic raspberry fruit aromas. The palate is full of deliciously ripe cherry and raspberry fruit flavours with lovely nuances of honey and grapefruit. Produced from Douro red grapes through an innovative technique which extracts fresh, fruity flavours and delivers a subtle and delicate pink colour. The vinification method extracts a light amount of colour from the skins without extracting astringent tannins and without letting the fortification process dominate the final product. The cold decantation that precedes the cold fermentation is fundamental to ensure the freshness of the fruit aromas and their elegance. 50cl
The nose is lemon, lime, juniper, and very classic in character. Just a tinge of sweetness with a touch of creamy lemon as well. Juniper on the tip of the tongue, followed by lemon, coriander and angelica. Just a bit of spice, with citrus blossoming in the middle. The finish hints at anise, angelica, juniper and citrus rind. Tart and direct, with a very dry palate cleansing finish.
Louis Latour Les Genievres Macon Lugny is characterized by a pale yellow colour and an aromatic nose of citrus fruit. The mouth is ample and offers delicious musky flavours with a beautiful intensity on the finish.
From 60 years old vines. Mineral nose, reminding of Mediterranean flora. The palate is characterised by a salty taste that makes this wine perfect to be paired with shellfish.
Very fresh and mineral, with an important acidity. Nose and palate are also characterised by a territorial sulphur taste.
An exceptionally fine old tawny blend, aged for an average of 10 years in oak casks. Elegant and smooth, combining delicate wood notes and rich mellow fruit, it is bottled for immediate drinking. Excellent with soft cheeses such as brie, and a superb dessert wine, particularly with dishes made with coffee or almonds, Taylor’s 10 Year Old Tawny is delicious served lightly chilled at the end of the meal.
The variety is 100% Grillo.It is vinified with a light pressing of the grape, static clarification of the must at low temperatures for 24 hours. The fermentation takes place at 16°C with selected yeasts. Refinement in stainless steel tanks for circa 4 months.
A fresh and luscious palate with bright sweet strawberries, watermelon and red cherry. Well balanced fresh acidity ensures a round elegant palate and a lingering finish.
A fruit-driven and eclectic blend of Barbera and other – unknown & almost forgotten – indigenous grape varieties.
Pale Straw in colour, this wine has tropical notes of passionfruit, guava and blackcurrant combine with nettle and subtle chalky mineral notes. Perfect for drinking immediately, this wine will be at its best over the next two years.
From old vines. Golden yellow in colour, with a mineral and salty nose. Very long and deep finish. Superb when paired with white meat.
From organic grapes, long maceration (270 days), without sulphur dioxide, native yeast, without filtration. Aging and fining only in stainless steel and concrete containers. It is a beautiful orange wine with a touch of typical Malvasia aromatics. Full bodied, with surprisingly elegant and approachable tannins.
Deep, opaque royal purple, leaning to indigo hues. Very expressive on the nose, displaying gorgeous notes of violet flowers and shortbread. On the palate, it carries vibrant flavours of blueberry, boysenberry, jam and a precise note of black cherry pie, with chewy, ripe tannins. The fresh finish introduces pleasant spice tones that harmonize with the fruit.
The three grapes are blended and pressed together. Maceration for 48 hours. Aging, in medium sized casks of French oak (10 Hl) for 12 months.
Dark garnet red colour with a pronounced bouquet of ripe strawberries and plums. Deep, rich and savoury on the palate showing well integrated tannins, elegant, silky fruit and subtle oak.
This Grain Whisky is distilled in a "Coffey still", which is a very traditional and rare patent still Nikka imported from Scotland in 1963. The Coffey still produces a complex whisky with a mellow and sweet taste originating from the grain itself. Please enjoy the uniqueness of this whisky which Nikka offers to the connoisseurs.
A velvety smooth Chardonnay, well rounded with a soft texture; done entirely in stainless steel. It shows great finesse and remarkable balance.
Special attention is given to the quality of the raw materials, all strictly natural and when possible organic. This unique Coconut liqueur only uses 5 main ingredients: fresh milk, sugar, coconut, alcohol and natural aromas. Shake well before use; best served slightly chilled. Available in 20cl bottle and 50cl bottle Please note: price has been reduced due to the use by date being mid-November.
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Mandarine Napoléon is an exquisite, well-balanced blend of mandarins and refined 10-year-old aged cognac. Dating back to the early 1800s, and its roots stemming from the hands of Napoléon Bonaparte, the liqueur’s history is as rich as its distinctive flavor. The drink was custom made for Napoléon, after the emperor came across chemist Antoine-François de Fourcroy, known for his extraordinary skill of distilling. It was not until 1892, after the two had died, that the liqueur was introduced to the public.
Only fresh, natural ingredients and spices are used to make this Apple Pie Moonshine, giving an apple pie taste and aroma, good texture and perfectly balanced aftertaste. 50cl bottle. Also available from Hay Wines is Bad Fagin's Apple Pie Moonshine 70cl.
Its aromatic nose of fresh cherries and brioche, its palate of fresh redcurants mingled with a darker note of mulberries gentle carry the imbiber to the finish and a list of complex nuances. Delightful in stature and palate.
White wine made from a rare and ancient grape variety, Agostinella, found in small amounts in Castelvenere. Aged in chestnut and cherry tree barrel.
A traditional Tuscan white blend, with an incredible depth of flavours. Beautiful Malvasia aromatics on the nose, with an elegant and dense texture.
Traditional (but not easy to find) blend of indigenous grape varieties, made with a short skin-contact maceration. Fruity, with a delicate dry bitter finish.
Bright appearance, a straw yellow colour with golden and green highlights, bright appearance. On the nose it is open with white fruit, peach and ripe fruit aromas and on the palate it is full and fruity on entry, ripe fruit aromas and lovely acidity.
A fresh blend of Aglianico with a less known (but still delicious) indigenous red grape variety: Piedirosso. Vinification and aging in cement tanks like tradition dictates.
Pinord Cava Brut Seleccion +&+ is a fresh, light and enjoyable wine, with refreshing citrus notes leading to a delightful and elegant finish.
A delicious Colfondo with loads of fruit and a crisp refreshing mousse; but also dried thyme, spiced apple and a savoury, yeasty kick on the finish.
Intense aromas of cherries and blackberries. Full bodied, with intense and slightly sour black fruit flavours. Well-integrated tannins, high acidity. Made using spontaneous fermentation with wild natural yeast and no added preservative. With its 10 mg/l of total SO2, this is one of the lowest sulphites red wines on the market!
20 months aging in large oak casks, this Aglianico is able to be matched to the most intense game dishes. Full-bodied, with a charming elegant finish.
Zephyr MKIII Sauvignon Blanc is a complex and refined, with rich notes of lime, peaches and melon on the palate. Smooth and long, this wine is perfect for drinking now.
Red, purple, dense, clear with deep purple glints. The nose is powerful and complex, dark, spicy, red berries and a delicate floral touch. On the palate it is powerful, concentrated and has a structured attack with a tinge of silky tannins. Red fruit aromas.
Pale gold in colour with a fine mousse, the wine is aromatic on the nose. On the palate, it is well balanced and shows great finesse and complexity. It is the Pinot Noir that gives the wine richness and a long finish while the Chardonnay, from the finest soils of the Cote des Blancs, adds delicacy, liveliness and freshness. Pinot Meunier, mainly from the Marne Valley, gives the wine an appealing fruitiness and roundness.
Dorothy Parker American Gin is a blend of traditional and contemporary botanicals including juniper and elderberries, citrus, cinnamon, and hibiscus – is as delicious in a Gin & Tonic as it is in a Gin Daisy. There is classic Juniper aromas upfront together with distinct hibiscus petals then elderberry and cinnamon with cranberry and coriander in the background. The palate has more piney juniper combining with the hibiscus and spiced cranberries. The finish has a pine freshness and zesty citrus peel.
Sweet and macerated fruit on the nose, initially with a little confectionery and violets, nevertheless very traditional with plenty of fruit, a moderate substance and a gently creamy midpalate. There is plenty of peppery grip, good acidity and a very firm structure. All in all though it has a nice style, with good substance to it, plenty of dark, tobacco-laced fruits and an attractive roasted-herb edge
A traditional Chianti blend, aged in 10 Hl oak casks and barriques for 4 years. Hints of blackberry and ripe red fruit on the nose. Soft and elegant tannins.
Bright straw yellow colour. Fruity bouquet with strong notes of apple and pear. Hints of bread crusts due to the particular vinification process. Smooth and harmonious to the palate, with a unique tactile sensation. 3l Jeroboam The grapes used to make this Valdobbiadene DOCG Prosecco Superiore come from some of the most prestigious vineyards in this appellation. PROSECCO BUYING GUIDE This is a: Extra Dry Prosecco (12-17 g/l of sugar) The most traditional type of Prosecco. The mellow yet crisp taste is a result of its very well-balanced acidity. It is best served at 7-9⁰C and makes an excellent aperitif. Other styles: Brut Prosecco (less than 12 g/l of sugar) The most modern type of Prosecco. Fresh, mineral and extremely elegant taste. Best served at 8-10⁰C, it works perfectly as an accompaniment to seafood and vegetable-based dishes. Dry Prosecco (17-32 g/l of sugar) The less common type of Prosecco. The natural sweetness highlights the wine’s fruitiness and creates a refreshingly tangy yet soft flavour. Best served at 7-9⁰C, try it with dry pastries and spicy dishes.