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Wine Gifts

Wine Gifts



Like the rest of our online shop, our wine gifts can be delivered anywhere in the UK and, providing you submit your order before 2pm, our Next Day Delivery Service will see your present received at most UK addresses the following working day.

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  1. Buyers at Home Everydays - Mixed Case of 6 Wines

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    Buyers at Home Everydayers - Mixed Case of 6 Wines

    As low as: £54.00

    If you drop in to my house on a weekday evening it's probably one of these you'll be offered first. These are wines I think have the particular versatility and interest to drink on a regular basis & in particular, won't break the bank but maybe taste a bit like they might. Wine rack winners
  2. Best of the New World - Mixed Case of 6

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    Mundus Novus: Best of the New World - Mixed Case of 6 Wines

    As low as: £67.88

    If you're underwhelmed by Rioja, unexcited about Bordeaux and think that 'farmyardy' is a disgusting way to describe wine, then this could be the case for you. From intensely juicy Californian Pinot Noir to a brooding Argentinian Shiraz and a zesty Kiwi Sauvignon Blanc, this tour of the New World will satiate vinous desires of the richer, fruitier and longer haul variety.
  3. South African Case of 6 Wines

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    Good Hope, Good Wine - Mixed Case of 6 Wines

    £80.25
    Not quite as in-your-face as wines from Australia, but much more approachable and easier to understand than those of France, South African wines run the gamut from the staunchly traditional to the fiercely modern.
  4. Best of the New World - Mixed Wine Case of 12

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    Mundus Novus: Best of the New World - Mixed Case of 12 Wines

    As low as: £135.76

    If you're underwhelmed by Rioja, unexcited about Bordeaux and think that 'farmyardy' is a disgusting way to describe wine, then this could be the case for you. From intensely juicy Californian Pinot Noir to a brooding Argentinian Malbec and a zesty Kiwi Sauvignon Blanc, this tour of the New World will satiate vinous desires of the richer, fruitier and longer haul variety.

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