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Deep ruby-garnet in colour with a soft touch violet tints. The nose delivers aromas of dark berry fruit, fine vegetal spiciness, a touch of licorice and a bit of grapefruit zest. The palate is juicy with notes of fine forest berry jam and delicate citrus fruit. Fresh acidity and a lovely cherry finish. Harmonious and animated - a perfect food companion.
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Baron de Sigognac Bas Armagnac VS is beautiful, delicate, rich flavour, combining sweetness and spiciness. A unique and stylish Armagnac. A three star, or "VS," Armagnac is a mix of several Armagnacs that have seen at least two years of aging in wood.
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This Bonarda has a rich violet colour, and exudes sensuous aromas of blueberry and blackberry. It is a vivacious wine, full of pure ripe fruit, yet soft in style with an attractive finish. Serve with roast lamb, ham and cheese and spinach Empanadas can be cellared for the next 5 years.
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A prestige Cuvee from Familia Zuccardi and a clear warning to other countries that Argentina is serious about making quality wine. Huge concentration of ripe strawberry and plum laden fruit. A rich, rounded and serious wine with well integrated oak and velvety tannins. This wine goes on and on. A hugely versatile wine that works with many meat dishes as well as cheeses.
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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.
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Dark red with jet black and purple hues. This paramount Luján de Cuyo cabernet sauvignon flaunts gobs of cassis and sour cherry, milk chocolate, black peppercorns, dried herbs and subtle earthy notes. The entrance leads with blackberry, boysenberry and great sucrosity, followed by spices. Firm, ripe tannins, creamy texture, and a long finish underline the wine’s elegance and great personality.
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Good acid with soft tannins. Ripe red fruit mixed with fresh and spicy aromas. Long and dry on the finish. Unique "double fermentation process" combines Malbec grapes with dried Corvina grapes creating big aromas, intensity, yet soft tannins. Great value!
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Black plum, blackberry, lemon zest and liquorice are the key aromas on this Amarone-patterned blend from Argentina. The palate is concentrated, rich and lush, with grabby, soft tannins and sweet flavours of blackberry, brown sugar and caramel. Toasty and mild on the finish, with jammy thickness.
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Deep bright red with a magenta hue. Aromas of black and red fruits including blackberries, blackcurrants, raspberries and cherries, with touches of violet floral notes and hints of spices and minerals. Fresh and fruity on the palate with muscular structure and round, velvety tannins. A fine, delicate yet lengthy finish.
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Opaque purple in colour with ruby tints. Profound aromas of blackberry, blackcurrant and blueberries with spice notes and touches of mint. On the palate it is rich, velvety and robust with flavours of chocolate, blackberry jam and liquorice notes. Well structured with firm, yet ripe tannins and a very long, spice-driven finish.
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The famous aniseed flavoured aperitif from Marseille. In accordance with Paul Ricard’s original recipe, Ricard pastis should be served cold. It should be prepared by adding 10cl of chilled water to 2cl of Ricard and then adding the ice cubes last. This ritual will release the full aroma of the anise. The unique recipe makes for an ideal combination with cordials (like pomegranate, mint, orgeat or grapefruit) or fruit juices (mango, strawberry, cranberry). 70cl bottle
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Moniack Mead is a traditional honey mead which is produced at Moniack Castle by Highland Wineries, and is said to be one of the best meads being made in modern times. Mead is one of the oldest alcoholic drinks known in history and, like all meads, Moniack Mead is produced through the process of fermenting honey. An interesting fact about mead is that it is traditionally drunk for the month after a wedding which is where the word “honeymoon” came from. Moniack Mead has a lovely, lingering and smooth flavour with elements of caramel and fermented honey. Our recommendation is that this mead is best served either chilled or if you prefer as a aperitif. 75cl bottle
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