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  • Ruinart Rosé NV

    Ruinart Rosé NV Champagne

    Now £55.00

    Was £62.00


    Ruinart is not a call to write on a Rothko, paint over a Banksy or put a traffic cone on a statue; it's the oldest Champagne house. Established in 1729, the first delivery of "wine with bubbles" left the house in January 1730. More than 280 years later, this squat little bottle, inspired by the 18th Century bottles, has become one of the most recognisable and sought after sparkling wines in the world. The Ruinart Rosé is a real accomplishment: smooth as silk and crisp as morning dew, with red berries, fresh flowers and gentle spices.

  • Champagne Bollinger Rosé NV

    Champagne Bollinger Rosé NV

    Now £45.00

    Was £55.00


    The warming cinnamon and nutmeg spice, coupled up with the vibrant energy of the red cherries, rose petals and wild strawberries make this rosé Champagne as close to a Moroccan rose garden at dusk, as it's possible to get. Just add a few wisps of shisha smoke, drifting over from the corner, where some elderly gentlemen ponder over a leisurely of chess, and you've pretty much conjured the tastes going on in this mesmeric, gentle and perfumed Champagne.

  • Vicioso Malbec 2015 Vegetarian Red Wine

    Vicioso Malbec 2015

    Now £12.00

    Was £14.00


    Vicioso is an Argentinian dialect word which translates both to 'vicious' and 'party animal'. However, Vicioso Malbec is named in honour of the punk rock hero Siddhartha Vicioso, a party animal, a vicious political beast and a former member of Los Sexy Pistoleros. His band's biggest hit was a jolly cross number called 'God Shave The Queen', which topped the hit parade while causing the collapse of the monarchy.

    With its Queen-adorned currency now worthless, Siddhartha's country emerged as a moneyless anarchist collective where people live in mansions made of cake and ride to work on unicorns. They also drink this beautifully succulent and robust red wine, thick with cassis and leavened by a touch of lavender, while listening to Los Sexy Pistoleros only album, 'Never Mind The Cojones'.

  • Rogers & Rufus Rosé 2016 Vegan and Vegetarian Wine

    Rogers & Rufus Rosé 2016

    Now £11.50

    Was £12.50


    There is a remarkable amount of stereotypes that grow up like weeds around what we drink. Rosé suffers from labels like 'summery' or 'girlie' and crap like that. A wine like this one deserves to stand free of such boring and dated imagery. Can't a wine stand on its own two flavoursome feet? This rosé doesn't wear high heels, it's got a pair of trainers on. The kind you wear on your day off when all the work is done and it's time for a glass of something crisp and refreshing!

  • Jean Baptiste Alexandre Brut NV Champagne

    Jean Baptiste Alexandre Brut NV Champagne

    Now £26.00

    Was £30.00


    You might think you're familiar with the story of John the Baptist, but you probably don't know the truth. When Herod's daughter demanded John's head on a salver after dancing for her father - he being pleased enough to offer anything she wanted in return - Herod was horrified. 'Why on a plate?' he thought.

    Fearing his little girl wanted to consume the bonce, he had his chefs build a fake head. Pork and chicken skin. Quails eggs for eyes... surely the ruse would be obvious. However, the 'head' was served with a mesmerising champagne, the sheer distraction of which took the girl's attention from what was really on the plate. Interestingly, the bubbles went beautifully with the nibbles too.

  • Rolling Hills Chardonnay 2016 - Australian White Wine

    Rolling Hills Chardonnay 2016

    Now £8.75

    Was £9.75


    In every sport there are individuals that transcend the game; football had Pele, boxing had Ali, in darts there was Phil the Power Taylor (we always thought he should have been called 'The Precision' power had very little to do with it) and Cooper's Hill Cheese-Rolling race there is Chris Anderson. 20 wins he’s had! Who knew a man could eat that much double Gloucester? We're not ones to judge but falling down a vertical slope in pursuit of a wheel of cheese that’s reaching speeds of 70mph doesn't seem to be the smartest way to welcome in the Spring. Surely, they could do something better with that hill.

    They should take a leaf out of Debbie Lauritz book and grow some cool climate Chardonnay. That way everyone can enjoy a beautiful white wine expressive of stone fruit with a creamy texture, opposed to a cheese that just smashed into a St John's Ambulance. Debbie Lauritz; the Chris Anderson of Central Ranges winemaking.

  • Schauer Sauvignon Blanc Sausal 2016 Austrian White Wine

    Schauer Sauvignon Blanc Sausal 2016

    Now £12.75

    Was £15.00


    Look down from Schauer's vineyards - one of Europe's highest winemaking locations - and imagine: 300 million years ago, everything you see below lay beneath a prehistoric ocean; and where you're standing was an island. Mindblowing how things evolve.

    This wine is testament to that. Sauvignon Blanc from Austria! Planted on severe slate slopes, with uncompromising character. Minerality, Alpine herbs; and crisp and clean as mountain air. An extraordinary meeting of modern and ancient. Who said time travel is impossible? Just take a sip!

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