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  • This sweet flavored vodka has added a splash of summer to drink lovers all around the world. Just add orange juice and you’re covered. Add some cranberry juice and you’ve made yourself the very eye catching Absolut Mango Breeze
  • The previously undervalued Tejo region, lying to the south of Lisbon, is capable of producing wines of enormous value and character – something that is captured by Ai Galera Golden yellow in colour, with plenty of ripe fruits on the aromas. This is a fresh and gentle wine with a pleasant finish. As an apéritif, salads grilled fish.  
  • This Chilean Alto Bajo Chardonnay is deliciously fruity with lots of ripe, tropical fruit flavours but also the tiniest hint of vanilla. Great Value!
  • The Chilean Alto Bajo Merlot has soft and juicy red berries notes with a hint of spice and a smooth finish.
  • 23 different rums from seven different countries (Trinidad, Jamaica, Guyana, Barbados, Indonesia, Panama and Guatemala), have been blended together under the watchful eye of master blender Arnaud de Trabuc. Banks 7 is named in tribute to the seven unique styles of rum used to create this stunning drink
  • Banks 5 Island is a blend of five rums from distilleries in Trinidad, Barbados, Trinidad and Guyana. They add a little Batavia Arrack from Java and the result is a beautiful cocktail rum. Highly recommended
  • A gin from Ballyvolane House named after Bertha, a Droimeann cow from Kerry said to have been the oldest in the world when she died aged 48 in 1993. The gin uses whey alcohol from Irish dairies as its base with locally foraged botanicals. The concept originates from Ballyvolane being the Gaelic for 'the place of springing heifers' and botanicals include juniper, coriander, bitter orange, grapefruit, sweet orange, lemon, lime, liquorice, orris, angelica, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, cumin, almond, elderflower, and sweet woodruff
  • Gobillard is located in the heart of Champagne just 5km from Epernay. A pure, soft champagne with stylish character. Its fruit is fresh and appealing, bursting with apples and lemons. An uplifting note of freshly baked brioche adds complexity and class to an elegantly balanced palate. A perfect match with oysters, followed by fresh smoked atlantic salmon. Now, you could finish off with a trible cream brie and lightly toasted fresh bread dressed in salted olive oil  
  • Sparkling Wine Charles Pelletier Rosé Brut made from Pinot Noir by the Traditional Method Burgundy is a very delicate coloured wine with salmon hues. On the nose the fruit is not significant initially, but reveals evolution for some red fruit notes. The palate is lively and harmonious with medium and tasty final structure
  • A delicate pink sparkling rosé with strawberry and raspberry aromas and soft berry characters on the palate. Fresh acidity balanced by zesty, cherry notes makes this an easy and appealing fizz
  • The Domaine Cantaussels is owned by the Bonfils family who manage a collection of well situated and historically significant Languedoc domaines. This 90ha estate is situated to the west of Pezenas in the central Languedoc on gravelly clay soils. Ruby coloured Languedoc cabernet is perfumed with blackberry and vanilla spice. The abundance of dark fruit and firm tannins is mellowed in barrel with scrubland herbs and minerals adding layers of complexity. The medium to full bodied complex palate carries a long satisfying finish  
  • Carlo Gancia is often recognised as the father of Italian sparkling wine. After travelling to France to study champagne in 1850, he produced the first wine in Italy using the Traditional Method. Gancia spent 15 years trialling small batches before producing his first commercial product on a larger scale in 1865. Today, Casa Gancia holds over 2000 acres of vineyards across the Piedmont region, one of the most prized vineyards in the world. In addition to this are Casa Gancia's historic wine cellars, nicknamed 'Underground Cathedrals' for their architecture, UNESCO have named them a world heritage site for their cultural and historical value. The Mini Prosecco Bottle, Gancia Prosecco Brut has a fine, yet rich and persistent perlage. A rich, fruity bouquet with aromas of orange and lemon, and hints of bread.
  • Robert Oatley Vineyards is known for its pioneering of the classic (adopted) Australian grape varieties, dewaing upon select growers of excellence across a diverse range of climatic regions. The winemaking team is led by the incredibly talented Larry Cherubino - one of the country's most awarded winemakers. This is their entry-level red, a rich and flavoursome Shiraz showing vibrant red fruits, dark plum and spice with soft and gentle tannins. Partner with pizza and pasta. Superb value
  • Produced from an even stricter selection of grapes, both by origin and by level of maturity, Hugel Tradition wines display increased depth and personality. Made only from the four 'noble' grape varieties, these wines have enhanced potential for ageing in bottle. Rich and rounded, although still dry, it is ideal with terrines, white meats and fish in sauce.  Of all the Alsace varieties, Tokay Pinot Gris has the greatest ageing potential  
  • This Il Conto Vechio Pinot Grigio is dry and crispy with delicate floral notes and citrus fruits. Nice to go with fish or salad.
  • This Il Conto Vechio Pinot Grigio BLUSH Rosé is pleasant on the nose with fruity and slightly floral notes. On the palate, it's particularly crisp and balanced.
  • The La Maglia Pinot Grigio BLUSH Rosé is easy-drinking, with strawberry and red berry notes, and a crispy finish.
  • Malfy Gin is an Italian gin is made using a selection of six botanicals, as well as an infusion of Italian coastal lemons, including some from the Amalfi coast!
  • A variation on the Manchester Gin recipe, now featuring an infusion of scrummy raspberries! Excellent for cocktails and mixed drinks - and ought to be delicious splashed in a glass of Champagne!
  • Mercier Champagne's Brut NV Champagne is a reflection of the liveliness, the fresh aromas and the intensely fruity notes of the Mercier style.  Mercier Brut is a traditional blend of wines from this year's harvest and reserve wines from previous years enabling the same taste and the continuing high standards of the style, fresh, fruity, intense and spontaneous. Mercier Brut is ideal as an aperitif, but it can also be served throughout the meal, with, for example, cooked oysters au gratin or sea bream with lime
  • Delicate, intriguing and fresh on the palate, but warm and ripe at the same time. Light yellow in colour with a few golden highlights – all of which is due to the balance between its youthful flavours and those provided by oak
  • Ruby red and with medium depth. After its barrel and bottle ageing, this wine reaches the desired balance and a fine bouquet, where both ripe fruit, and spicy and herbal aromas can be appreciated. It is fleshy and broad on the palate, with a very expressive and elegant finish
  • This Roaring Meg Pinot Noir exhibits a lovely mix of red and black berry fruits with further complexity gained from oak spice. These characters are balanced by soft tannins, balanced acidity and a fruit-driven finish.
  • The Australian Simon Hackett Shiraz has medium intensity of purple and red with a ruby edge. It has plum and cherry flavours and the long, soft dusty tannins combine to make a warm, rich yet balanced elegant wine.
  • This Spier Signature Merlot has the nose aromas of dark berries, a plum scent follows with hints of almonds. On the palate it develops a fruit defined character, which makes for a sweet and soft flavour along with a note of caramel. The wine is velvety soft in its finish the berry taste lingers. Serve with a variety of red meats and pasta dishes.
  • This Spier Signature Sauvignon Blanc has refreshing aromas and flavours of crisp/fresh tropical fruit, nose with passionfruit and gooseberries and grassy, with a little bit of basil (herbaceousness). Layers of tropical fruit, subliminal figs on the palate. Well structured and balanced.
  • Bright pale gold in colour. The bouquet shows aromas of cinnamon, nutmeg, lychee and rose petals. The palate is rich, intense, luscious and well balanced with a dry, spicy finish
  • Albourne Estaste. The Truslers Hill rosé is a pinot noir based sparkler, cherry red in colour but very dry. Excellent with the cheese and crackers or served chilled on it’s own
  • This Via Nova Pinot Grigio Rosé is light, dry and crisp, with a delicious balance between zingy citrus and fruity red berry flavours. Very easy to drink, finishing clean and refreshing.
  • The free-draining and stony soils of Hawke's Bay's famed Gimblett Gravels region, together with warm summer temperatures and a long ripening season, are ideal for growing top quality Syrah. Very low yields contribute further to making this a wine of exceptional concentration and richness. Matured 18 months in French oak barrels giving a warm vanilla edge to the strong, powerful fruit and rich, yet supple, tannins
  • This New Zealand Vidal Sauvignon Blanc has a lovely mouthwatering acidity with gooseberry and tropical fruit flavours. Absolutely ideal with seafood dishes or a delightful aperitif.
  • This Rosé has bright floral aromas with flavours of strawberry, red fruits and spice, a generous mouthfeel and a deliciously smooth finish
  • This is a fresh and mineral expression of Grüner Veltliner with white florals and stone-fruit aromatics that continue onto the palate. The acidity is precise and racy, balanced by delicate notes of white pepper spice and a refreshing core of orchard fruit. Try it with roasted vegetable dishes or salads. Drink now.
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