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  1. Fontein Ridge Pinotage Shiraz 2015 Vegetarian Red Wine

    Fontein Ridge Pinotage Shiraz 2015

    Now £5.85

    Was £6.50


    Modern winemakers often talk about having innovative ideas and that's because they know how important it is to bring new and fresh wines to you!

    Take this South African Pinotage and Shiraz blend for example. They call it 'Fontein Ridge' because it contains fountains of juicy tannins and ripe fruit flavours with hints of vanilla and chocolate on the nose. It's almost unbelievable how they get so much into such a small bottle!

    Though, if they wanted to take it one step further we wouldn't complain if they build an actual fountain of wine. Now THAT's what we'd call innovation...

  2. Carta Vieja Sauvignon Blanc Wine Chile

    Carta Vieja Sauvignon Blanc 2015

    Now £6.00

    Was £7.00


    This Sauvignon just goes from strength to strength when it comes to great valued wine. Achieving an astonishing standard for the price, this white really shows true Sauvignon Blanc character.

    Carta Vieja have a brilliant knack of getting serious zeal across in both their reds, and whites like this one. This is a crisp, clean white wine with a lovely note of elderflower. Cracking party wine. Cracking everydayer. Open it up and take some time out to relax.

  3. Couleur De Rosé Wine

    Couleur de Rosé 2016

    Now £6.30

    Was £7.00


    Another excellent rosé by well known winemaker Claude Serra. The rosé is macerated for 8 to 12 hours before being fermented before filtering.

    It is pale in colour, offering a sweet nose with flavours of strawberries complimented by pepper and menthol notes. On the palate it is crisp, with a great balance between the rich fruity aromas and freshness. It provides a long and fresh finish.

  4. Gavi Miganego Cortese 2013 Vegan and Vegetarian White Wine

    Gavi Miganego Cortese 2013

    Now £6.75

    Was £7.75


    'Oranges and lemons say the bells of St Clements,' is how the old rhyme goes. The rhyme then proceeds to get extremely dark, terrorising children with threats of heads being chopped off. Which is a shame, because Oranges and Lemons could have made for a nice analogy for Gavi Mignanego, which also says oranges lemons.

    This white wine also says lightly honeyed lemon and apple, although there isn't a set of London bells that rhymes with apple. Do let us know if we're wrong on that one though.

  5. Sauvion IGP Loire 2016

    Sauvion IGP Loire 2016

    Now £7.23

    Was £8.50


    What's your thought on nominative determinism? You know, the idea that if your surname is Baker you're statistically more likely to end up making bread for a living or if your names Cliff you'll have a seagull on your head? A lot of Rhubarb? Well check this out, the winemaker of this fantastically priced Loire is named Pierre-Jean Sauvion and guess what grape he uses... nope not Cabernet Franc... Sauvignon Blanc! With beautiful aromatics of lime, grapefruit, elderflower and steely minerality, it's clear that there's something to this determinism malarkey.

  6. Viña Leyda Reserva Sauvignon Blanc 2014 White Wine

    Viña Leyda Reserva Sauvignon Blanc 2015

    Now £7.50

    Was £10.00


    There is a common misconception, that Bob Dylan is singing 'lay lady, lay' in the song of the same name. What Bob is really singing, in his southern drawl, is 'lay Leyda, lay' and he isn't encouraging a lady to lay upon his big brass bed, but is urging her to put down the glass of Leyda that she has stolen from his big brass bedtable. Because Bob, like us, is a big fan of the herby, guava- and tangy mandarin- elegance of this wine and he wants to hang on to it.

    In fact, whenever Bob is in the Leyda Valley, he likes to go and see Jonny in the basement, mixing up the lees, which Jonny does for a good five months, adding texture and delicious creaminess. Why Bob was A Man of Constant Sorrow, we've no idea.

  7. Viña Leyda Reserve Pinot Noir 2015

    Viña Leyda Reserve Pinot Noir 2015

    Now £7.50

    Was £10.00


    The Humboldt Current. What can you say? It's a Pacific Ocean current that runs along the coast of Chile that, being an upwelling current, pushes cold, nutrient-rich water from the bottom of the ocean to the top, resulting in the current's ecosystem being the most productive of its kind in the world!

    It accounts for 20% of the world's fish catches and, if that's not enough, then it brings cold, wet wind to coastal wine regions like the Leyda Valley. The resulting cool climate brings a longer ripening season, so greater quality and complexity.

    Good news indeed for this juicy, red-fruit-driven Pinot Noir, which ends up with perfectly-balanced tannin and acidity that fill the mouth with radiant succulence. Well done, Humboldt Current!

  8. Emiliana Natura Sauvignon Blanc 2016 Chilean White Wine

    Emiliana Natura Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    Now £7.88

    Was £8.75


    Rick Blaine may claim he went to Casablanca for the waters, but we're pretty sure he would have been much less disappointed if someone had informed him of all the amazing wines made there instead. After all, we don't know about any waters that will give you zesty lime aromas and crunchy fruit flavours like this lively and zippy Sauvignon Blanc does.

    Move the gin aside, Rick, and forget about Ilsa. It's about time you set your sights on a new love and there's a new girl in town; Emiliana.

  9. Palwin No.10 Menorah

    Palwin No.10 Menorah

    Now £8.08

    Was £9.50


    You wouldn't want to pass over this wine... Thank you, thank you we're here until the Sabbath, tip your waiters and waitresses! Yes, this is arguably the premier Israeli and Kosher wine brand. Thankfully, it is significantly better than our Judaism joke, well it wasn't really even a joke, it barely qualified as a pun.

    Founded by Baron Edmund de Rothschild in 1882; the winemaking powerhouse behind Chateau Lafite in Bordeaux, this wine is a mellow dessert wine with well-integrated alcohol. On the palate this wine expresses notes of baked red fruit and rich baking spices that builds to a long lingering finish.

  10. Ventus White Wine

    Del Fin Del Mundo Ventus White 2016

    Now £8.50

    Was £10.00


    Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Someone finally got them together. It's like two friends that have always had a thing for each other but never hit it off. Ventus White is that couple that finally got together. Like that damn film Clueless. Or When Harry met Sally...or When Tropical Met Citrus Fruits finally admit love last minute in the airport departure lounge. Somehow it totally works and they both sit down for a meal and a glass of wine. This wine is our kind of 'Friend with Benefits'.

  11. Tandem 'Casual' Garnacha Graciano Rosé 2016 Vegan and Vegetarian Wine

    Tandem 'Casual' Garnacha Graciano Rosé 2016

    Now £8.50

    Was £10.00


    Hear the word 'tandem' and you'll think: two lovers (or maybe just good friends), pedalling together on a bicycle made for two. But in Spanish 'tandem' means "at last!" And while the winemaking team would love you to believe 'tandem' refers to the realisation (at last) of their dream to make such a chilled-out wine, it actually refers to the phrase often exclaimed at the end of the day when the bottle is finally lifted from the fridge.

    Casual, ha! These rose-flower aromas, clipped flavours of forest berries, and hints of sun-kissed red cherry don't happen by accident. It's exhausting, making something this perfectly laid back! Of course, enjoying it is far easier...

  12. Tannu Bianco Di Sicilia IGT Italian White Wine

    Tannu Bianco di Sicilia IGT 2014

    Now £8.55

    Was £9.50


    If you have a raw talent, let it shine. That's what we say. Subo had a talent, she let it shine: some would say the world's better for it. Likewise David Blaine: he knew he could sit in boxes and stuff to get people's attention and he did. Fair play.

    The producers of Tannu have recognised the raw talent of their Sicilian grapes, and know that they needn't taint them with pesticides, fertilisers or fancy techniques to make great wines: they know that, left to their own devices, the grapes produce flipping lovely, crisp, lemon and pineapple-scented beauties, just like this one. They are so right. Let it shine people, let it shine.

  13. Terra Noble Reserva Syrah 2014

    Terra Noble Reserva Syrah 2015

    Now £8.55

    Was £9.50


    Combine Clint Eastwood's character in the seminal western 'Pale Rider' and pair it with the West African proverb: "Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far." That embodies what Syrah can be like.

    This Syrah straddles the two personalities of this grape variety and the film's protagonist 'The Preacher' - sometimes brooding, dark and softly spoken. Other times a spray of bullets packed with explosive fruits, horse leather and loaded with cracked pepper and spice. Fantastic wine! Mr Eastwood's film is pretty good too.

  14. Marvelous Red 2015 Vegetarian Red Wine

    Marvelous Red 2015

    Now £8.75

    Was £9.75


    Good jazz is all about balance. Blending. Just the right amount of this, just the right amount of that. It's also about taking a little creative risk now and then. Of course, that could mean things go wrong. But when things go right, wow! That just gets your feet tapping.

    Take this ensemble of Mediterranean varieties. Good soloists, all. But brought together under the baton of an inspired winemaker, well. You better get your dancing shoes. And, of course, creativity is nothing without structure. So, let the old bush vine Cinsault handle that, while the other players go to town. Cherry, rose petals and chalk. Music to the tongue!

  15. Lothian 'Isobel' Rosé 2016 Vegan and Vegetarian Wine

    Lothian 'Isobel' Rosé 2016

    Now £9.00

    Was £10.50


    Isobel was different. She had bearing. Poise. She commanded the room effortlessly, without intent. Perhaps it shouldn't have been a surprise when the genealogist knocked on the winery door and announced Isobel descended from royalty. He assured her he wanted nothing for the information, other than proof his findings were true.

    They went with the age old test. But rather than a pea, they placed a ripe mourvèdre grape beneath Isobel's mattress. The following morning, there it was. Perfectly uncrushed. To mark the news, they turned the rest of the grapes to Rosé. A celebration of pomegranates, sweet anise and red fruits, as elegant and blushing as the princess herself.

  16. De Martino Legado Chardonnay 2015

    De Martino Legado Chardonnay 2015

    Now £9.35

    Was £11.00


    The goats of the Limari Valley live the good life. The weather's a bit cooler, so they don't get too hot, there are cacti to scratch your itches on and hillsides to gambol up.

    There was also an abundance of delicious grapes, until De Martino realised that those limestone slopes and that cool climate were perfect for making wine.

    The goats got over the loss of the grapes though, because they found they love nothing better than putting their hooves up with a chilled glass of citrusy, mineral Chardonnay.

  17. Musica en el Camino Rioja 2011

    Musica en el Camino Rioja Tempranillo 2012

    Now £9.45

    Was £10.50


    OK so we can't provide the keys to a brand new Chevrolet El Camino and tell you it's sitting out in your drive, waiting to be taken for a spin by yours truly, but we can provide a gorgeous bottle of red, which shares the same name. But this is no time to feel disappointed, dear customer, for we believe the decadent richness, plush velvety finish and vibrant red flavours will give you a ride that is equally as smooth and far less cheaper to run. See, aren't you glad we chose the wine instead!

  18. Tandem 'Casual' Garnacha Red 2016 Vegan Wine

    Tandem 'Casual' Garnacha Red 2016

    Now £9.50

    Was £11.50


    Traditionally, Navarran winemakers wore formal clothing. Worsted trousers, thick cotton shirts, a waistcoat and jacket. Women or men! Given the blistering summers, it made work horrendous. Indeed, for decades, the wines of the region were recognisable through their slight briney edge, put down to the distant influence of Atlantic breezes by those unaware of the truth.

    The uncomfortable tradition persisted until one brutally hot year when levels of perspiration among the crew were such the wines this time were ruined. Disaster. But finally the old costume was abandoned. At the news, workers celebrated by cracking into a barrel of mountain Garnacha as vibrant and expressive as the clothes they were free to choose, at last! Or 'Tandem!' as they say in Spain. You can enjoy it wearing whatever you want!

  19. Chateau Unang Rose 2015

    Château Unang Rosé 2015

    Now £9.78

    Was £11.50


    A cool glass of rosé is fast becoming the go-to summer wine and this pale coloured drop from Château Unang shows us exactly why the pink is so popular!

    Strawberry aromas lead on the nose and are accompanied by notes of lychee. The palate offers thirst-quenching citrus flavours of grapefruit and lemon, quickly followed by goosberry. And with a minerality on the finish, this refreshing drop of rosé is perfect for sharing during those long summer evenings in the garden.

  20. Secret de Viu Manent Carmenere 2015 Vegan Red Wine

    Secret de Viu Manent Carmenere 2015

    Now £10.00

    Was £11.50


    If you've not yet come across a bad Carmenere then there's a very simple reason for this. There aren't many. This is partly attributable to the grape itself, but more to do with the country within which it's grown.

    Chile is this country and its perfect growing conditions for this grape make it virtually organic by default for starters. This is a guarantee of the full-bodied, smooth, satisfying type of red that Carmenere is so well known for.

  21. Secret de Viu Manent Malbec 2015 Vegan Red Wine

    Secret de Viu Manent Malbec 2015

    Now £10.00

    Was £11.50


    Border-hopping Malbec from the other side of the peninsula in Chile. This is very South American anyway. Small wonder Chile too are turning their hand to this, the Argie-wonder grape; not that they need to prove much when it comes to winemaking.

    This Secret (or locally, Secreto) is Malbec very much as you picture it: Full and juicy, smooth and satisfying, and with the guaranteed trademark long, long length. Wine this good won't be much of a Secret for long.

  22. Roche de Bellene 'Bellenos' Rosé 2016 Vegetarian Wine

    Roche de Bellene 'Bellenos' Rosé 2016

    Now £11.00

    Was £12.50


    Legend has it that to place one's hand on the fabled Rock of Bellene is to know more of the world. It's subtle, let's say that. Rest your palm on the ancient carved symbols, and you'll feel a shift. Nothing major. Hardly tangible. Then you have to wait. The world comes more alive. Your senses sharpen. Things will have more colour.

    It was painstaking, but Nicolas pressed every grape that went into his rose to the carving, intrigued as to how it would enhance the wine. Now, only you can decide. Take a sip. Just a wine, right? But that fresh scent of herbs after early dew. The hint of cut strawberries. Peaches ripening in morning sun... Only a wine? Are you sure?

  23. Wittman 100 Hills Pinot Blanc

    Wittman 100 Hills Pinot Blanc 2015

    Now £11.50

    Was £13.00


    'Tis an admirable, and difficult thing, we think, to make a poised, distinctive and balanced Pinot Blanc, but that is what Philipp Wittmann, of Westhofen in southwest Germany, has done. It is a grape that is notably lacking in acidity and needs its gentle nutty and orchard fruit flavours patiently coaxed out. But then Mr Wittmann does have 350 years of family history making wines in Westhofen's fertile hills on his side. Still, pretty impressive all the same.

  24. Grahams LBV Port

    Graham's LBV Port 2012

    Now £11.50

    Was £14.75


    Graham's Late Bottled Vintage Port (LBV) is an excellent wine, hand selected from only the finest produce each year. This LBV is matured in seasoned oak and then bottled at between four and six years of age giving its 'Late Bottling' name. It is a deep opaque colour, with heavy tones of dark red round the rim. On the nose it is full of elegance with aromas of red fruits and eucalyptus combined with minty notes. Rich red fruits line the palate with additional peppery tannins.

  25. Clos Bellane "Altitude" Côtes du Rhône Rosé Wine 2013

    Clos Bellane "Altitude" Côtes du Rhône Rosé 2016

    Now £11.50

    Was £13.00


    At Oddbins Towers we call this The Pink Panther. It bears no resemblance to the sneaky cartoon character in the title sequence of the film and its winemaker is certainly not a bumbling fool like Inspector Jacques Clouseau.

    No, we call this The Pink Panther because it's a diamond, a precious and brilliant diamond with a delicate pink hue. In fact this rosé wine is so good and has proven so popular we've had to employ Cato to protect it in our warehouse. He's just so unpredictable; half our staff are off with injuries.

  26. Villa Maria Southern Clays Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    Villa Maria Southern Clays Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    Now £11.50

    Was £15.50


    You probably think you already know all about Marlborough Sauvignons; like a well-fitting pair of boots. They're comfy as hell! Who cares if the laces are frayed and the soles are coming away from the rest of the material; so it looks like the boots are having a conversation with each other while you're strolling to your local watering hole? "The usual, please bar-keep!" Think again! Grown in the exceptional Southern Clays region of Marlborough this wine is the Sauvignon Blanc equivalent of bejewelled brogues, even Cinderella will turn her head to see what you're wearing & more to the point, what you're drinking!

  27. Manuka Springs Pinot Noir 2016 New Zealand

    Manuka Springs Pinot Noir 2016

    Now £11.50

    Was £13.00


    Everyone agreed the old horse-drawn cart was just the vehicle to transport the Pinot grapes from vineyard to winery, but they failed to take into account the antique craftsmanship. The suspension springs were fashioned from the tough, ungiving wood of the Manuka tree, and the poor Pinot was jostled so roughly the grapes began to split. As the sun hit the broken berries, a deep aroma of warm raspberries rose from the cart and the juice began to ferment. Happily, however, the resulting wine was so elegant that to this day the first crushing is done driving the grapes round in that very same old cart.

  28. Leonor Palo Cortado Sherry

    Leonor Palo Cortado Sherry

    Now £12.00

    Was £14.75


    Like a lot of Sherries, Palo Cortado likes to breathe. A lot. It is exposed to air for the entirety of its 12 year ageing in the Leonor Solera ageing system. And, as with humans, a large dose of fresh air does it the world of good and (unlike humans) it develops the most extraordinary hazelnut, toasty oak and caramel flavours but, despite this seemingly sweet flavour profile, is completely, delightfully dry.

  29. Weingut Wageck Sauvignon Blanc 2015

    Weingut Wageck Sauvignon Blanc Tertiar 2016

    Now £12.00

    Was £13.50


    German Sauvignon? How does that work? Well, it starts off in your vineyard, going for the purest fruit. Then they pick it by hand, and sort the best of it by hand as well. No, a different hand, you muppet! Then they're allowed to stand for a day - the grapes, not the hands.

    Are you listening to me? - before fermenting some of them in stainless steel and some of them in oak. They filter it but they don't fine it, so it's all right for vegans. Lovely herby aromas, bit of flintiness in there, fresh firm palate with a touch of green apple, Bob's your uncle! Lovely with a bit of chicken in tarragon. Wossat? Insensitive? Me??

  30. Château Coussin Rosé 2016 Vintage Wine

    Château Coussin Rosé 2016

    Now £12.50

    Was £15.00


    Human lives are full of eureka moments. These run the gamut from the earth-shattering "the world is not flat" or "he/she is the one" kind to the smaller but no less revelatory discoveries of chipotle Tabasco or the Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V commands on a keyboard.

    This delicate looking wine lies somewhere in between, because it's unequivocal proof that rosé can be incredibly serious stuff. It carries the poise, elegance and flawless complexion of Grace Kelly and then explodes with pink grapefruit, passion fruit, strawberry sorbet and lemon sherbet.

  31. First Creek Hunter Valley Shiraz Red Wine

    First Creek Hunter Valley Shiraz 2014

    Now £13.00

    Was £16.50


    "Own label wine brands." Words which, rightly or wrongly, send a shiver down many a spine. A phrase which sounds like a four-word Gothic novel, but really it depends on whose own label it is. Mickey Tipton's Fowl Emporium may arouse suspicion, for instance, as might King-size Tony's Sweetbread Parlour.

    But in Hunter Valley, New South Wales, the First Creek Winery was making wine under contract for local growers. And they were so good at it that in 2008 they started a range of their own, including this gorgeously satisfying, concentrated, medium-bodied Shiraz, and within a very short time it was winning all manner of awards.

    Mickey Tipton's Château Gazunder, alas, couldn't get a Food Hygiene Certificate.

  32. Grahams 10 Year Old Tawny Port

    Graham's 10 Year Old Tawny Port

    Now £17.50

    Was £21.50


    We're going to put our neck on the line here and say that we have a favourite talk show host. That host is Graham Norton. Sorry Jonathan and Alan, but Graham's the man for Oddbins.

    Why? Because he is very natural and easy with his guests, accompanying them on whatever flights of fancy they go on. Warm-natured and dry yet charmingly nutty, (now you'll see where we're going with this...), he is much like his 10 Year Old Portuguese Tawny Port namesake.

  33. De Martino Alto Toros Syrah

    De Martino Alto los Toros Syrah 2010

    Now £18.00

    Was £20.00


    De Martino is one of the country's oldest family-run estates and is, they claim, not only known for being the first winery to bottle a Carménère, but also for being the first carbon neutral winery in South America. Wow! We can't independently verify these claims, but we do love De Martino can certainly independently verify the quality of this laser-precise, hard-hitting, Szechuan pepper and redcurrant showstopper.

  34. Blandy's 10 Year Old Bual 500ml

    Blandy's 10 Year Old Bual 500ml

    Now £18.00

    Was £20.00


    Good Madeira wine can be quite hard to find. They just don't make that much of the stuff, unfortunately. Take the forgotten Madeiran noble grape Bastardo, how much do you reckon the whole island produced in 2010? It's pretty low, what you reckon 2000 bottles? 1500 bottles? Nope, 4.5 litres... 4.5 litres! So, if someone tries to sell you a case of 2010 Bastardo you can be confident they're trying to rip you off. Thankfully there's a bit more Boal, so we can all get our hands on this delicious medium-sweet wine with notes of raisined fruit, butterscotch and vanilla. That being said, there are only 133 acres Boal plantings on the whole island, that's like a medium sized Bordeaux grower, so if you find any good quality Madeira, we recommend you get it home as fast as possible!

  35. Blandy's 10 Year Old Verdelho 500ml

    Blandy's 10 Year Old Verdelho 500ml

    Now £18.00

    Was £20.00


    The history of the island of Madeira is fascinating. In 1419 Madeira was discovered in the name of Portuguese Price, Henry the Navigator. Despite being dubbed the Navigator, unsurprisingly he stayed in Lisbon sipping on a White Port & Tonic, while he got two other chumps to sail around the coast of Africa. Legend dictates the Portuguese started a fire to clear some space in Funchal and the fires burned for 7 years & that's why the soil is so nutritious. That sounds apocryphal to us, we can't even keep a log burner going and we have matches, fire-lighters and rolled up copies of The Telegraph. Nonetheless, the soil is certainly well nourished and contributes to this astonishing wine, expressing a fresh and fragrant bouquet of dried fruits and spice with luxurious warm orangey aromas. Medium dry and full- bodied. Concentrated and fresh with a pleasant zesty bittersweet edge from a finally balanced acidity. Long lingering aftertaste of exotic fruits with spicy overtones.

  36. Bodegas Toro Albala Don PX Gran Reserva Sherry 1986 - Half Bottle 375ml

    Bodegas Toro Albala Don PX Gran Reserva 1986 - Half Bottle 375ml

    Now £19.00

    Was £25.00


    We're trying to think of ways to describe this well-aged Pedro Ximenex that don't have us cooing and gushing like some over-excitable newlyweds. Darn it, we just can't help it: we are in love with this wine and we want the world to know!

    Here are some words we think of, as we gaze into the rich, dark depths in our glass: cocoa, liquorice, tobacco pouch, rosemary, black olives, Arabic coffee, vanilla and cinnamon. But how feeble words sound compared to the immeasurable depth of feeling in our hearts. We need to sit down.

  37. World's End Little Sister 2010

    World's End Little Sister Merlot 2010

    Now £39.20

    Was £49.00


    If Jonathan Maltus made Merlot, it would probably be the best Merlot in the world. Oh, wait, he does... and some people might think it is.

    Made in some of the best vineyards in California, by Mr Maltus, who is hailed as a 'visionary' by critic Robert Parker, it is a fleshy, luscious Merlot, with nuanced plum, damson and black cherry fruit and an interesting green olive twist.

    Put it this way: if you put us in a room with a bottle of this and a slab of decent mature cheddar, you wouldn't see us for a long, long time...

  38. Château Gloria Saint Julien

    Château Gloria Saint Julien 2012

    Now £40.50

    Was £45.00


    Balanced. Firm. Smoky. Heady. Herby. Fruit-forward. Subtle. These are just words. Or are they? What is a word? Can a word ever sum up the life and soul and art of the winemaking process? With a wine like Château Gloria, words feel hollow. So we ask you, look not at the word, but through the word. Be at one with this wine. Relax. Light some candles. Now you are ready.

  39. World's End Against the Wind Cabernet Franc 2010

    World's End Against the Wind Cabernet Franc 2010

    Now £41.65

    Was £49.00


    Jonathan Maltus has his feet in two camps: one at Château Teyssier, where he found fame as an avant-garde, 'garragiste' winemaker, and one in the Napa Valley, where he makes the stonking World' End wines, which have a discernible French lilt, like Little Sister. This Cabernet Franc has gorgeously rounded corners, and has oceans of sweet raspberry, coffee and mocha flavours and a structure to put the Golden Gate Bridge to shame. Californian heaven.

  40. Blandy's Colheita 1999 Malmsey

    Blandy's Colheita 1999 Malmsey 500ml

    Now £42.00

    Was £47.00


    We've always found it slightly odd that this Madeira producer is named Blandy's... Nominative determinism suggests that if your name is Baker you're statistically more likely to make bread for a living, well, this wine is like the opposite of this principle. Blandy's Colheita Malmsey 1999 is possibly the most powerfully flavourful wine ever to sail into a British port. This vintage fortified wine is rich and full-bodied and expresses concentrated flavours of dried fruit, caramel, toffee and walnut, perfectly balanced by a fresh and zesty acidity. Of course, Blandy's refers to the name of this family owned business, currently under the management of Chris Blandy and has nothing to do with the style of wine. Here's to 7 generations of Blandy's make the least bland wine on the planet!

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