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  1. Chateau De Ciffre St Chinian 2016

    Château De Ciffre St Chinian 2016

    £10.00

    £10.00

    It can be demanding work being vegan; people are constantly trying to feed you stuffed peppers, Mo Farah is always on the telly trying to sell you wheat based meat substitute products. At least, there's the wines of Chateau de Ciffre to ease the burden. This beautiful Syrah blend has delicate flavours of cranberry, plum, dark cherry and tobacco. They also had the excellent idea not to use any egg or dairy products during the finning process, so you can sip on this Languedoc beauty, while still fondly imagining a chicken and a cow playing a carefree game of monopoly.

  2. Famille Perrin Ventoux 2016

    Famille Perrin Ventoux 2016

    £8.75

    £8.75

    The vineyards of Famille Perrin are on the slopes of Mont Ventoux, which are in turn, on the slopes of the alps, like mountainous Russian dolls. Yet, unlike the English ski enthusiasts, desperately trying to keep up with French 6 year olds, with only one ski on, these vines are rather adapted to being on the slopes. The altitude gives the wine a wonderful freshness, offering invigorating acidity and integrated aromas of blackberry, dark cherry and violet. That's good news, so even if you roll all the way down from Chamonix, at least there'll be some delicious wine waiting at the foot of the mountain.

  3. Intellego Syrah 2015

    Intellego Syrah 2015

    £18.50

    £18.50

    Given how much wine the Ancient Greeks got through it's no wonder they came up with some good ideas. Of course, it's hard to say whether they did so much thinking because they had wine, or whether thinking led them to making wine. Either way, it's long been considered that contemplation is key to invention, and what better way to mull something over than with a glass in hand?

    It was in just such a circumstance that Swartland winemaker Jurgen had a rather clever thought. If two heads are better than one, why not bring together two parcels of the same varietal and see what came about. His Syrah sprang to mind. One from granite soil, the other from iron rich soil. One North East in aspect, the other South East facing. Different attitudes, different foundations. Together, really quite smart.

  4. Lismore Syrah 2016

    Lismore Syrah 2016

    £29.00

    £29.00

    Who hasn't dreamt of packing up their day job in California, flying half way around the world and establishing a boutique vineyard in the Western Cape, with only the wise cracking Timon & Pumbaa for neighbours. Well, while you're at your desk, starring at last quarter's performance of 2B pencils, humming "Hakuna Matata," Samantha O'Keefe is out their living it!

    To be honest, managing a vineyard probably doesn't mean "no worries for the rest of your days;" it's actually really hard work. The sun might burn all your grapes and in South Africa a Hippo might just decide to trample through your Chardonnay planting. Maybe it's a smarter idea to leave the Oenology to Samantha and simply unwind with her wonderfully smooth and elegant Syrah; that way you don't have to pack up your stuff and somehow get it to South Africa.

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