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  1. La Quintinye Royal Vermouth Royal Blanc 37.5cl

    La Quintinye Royal Vermouth Royal Blanc - Half Bottle 375ml

    £15.00

    £15.00

    Straddling the confluence of floral and herby and dry and sweet, La Quintinye is like a romantic bridge that's perfect for strolling across at dusk.

    Alter Ego: Ray Davies; It's definitely Kinky (not like THAT... mind in the gutter, you lot) and it is just perfect for watching a Waterloo Sunset. Even when it' a touch sweet, it still retains an attractive dryness and earthy, poetic quality.
  2. La-Quint-Dry

    La Quintinye Royal Vermouth Royal Extra Dry - Half Bottle 375ml

    £15.00

    £15.00

    A curious, fragrant blend of the French 'vin de liquer', Pineau de Charentes, white wine and botanicals, there ain't much that's similar to La Quintinye Extra Dry.

    Alter Ego: David Byrne; totally idiosyncratic that sings pretty, dry melodies over a crunchy, firm beat. Certainly no Talking Head, this is one cocktail party staple that should always Remain in Light.
  3. La Quintinye Royal Vermouth Rouge 375ml

    La Quintinye Royal Vermouth Royal Rouge - Half Bottle 375ml

    £15.00

    £15.00

    Whoosh! You hear that? That was the sound of ten thousand cherries, prunes and aniseed all splashing down into a mountain lake. That's not actually how they make La Quintinye Red, but it might as well be.

    Alter Ego: Carmen Miranda; this is one fruity beauty, with enough ripe flavours to send you salsa-ing your way all the way to the cocktail cabinet/shelf. Shake that thing.
  4. Tupari Late Harvest Riesling 2014 New Zealand White Wine

    Tupari Late Harvest Riesling 2014

    £17.75

    £17.75

    Once upon a time, Riesling was the Germanyist of German grapes, in all of Germany. Storming down the Autobahn in a black Mercedes-Benz, with a glove compartment full of Bratwurst, yelling 'Schnell' at poor Dutch tourists toddling a long at a mere 98mph. It's much more international now. Look at wines such as this, a classic late harvest Riesling, yet influenced by the terroir of New Zealand. Don't get us wrong, Riesling's still German, it's just a more modern German, the international jetsetter that refers to his mobile as "mein handy." We love you Riesling, whatever beautiful place you're grown in, never forget your roots!

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