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    Aoton is the ancient word for the finest specimen of its kind, something that represents the wines of the winery: fine quality with faith in the authenticity of the Mediterranean and the potential of the varieties. The night harvest, the 8 months with the fine lees, the pure pine resin, the oenologist Sotiris Gkinis, are all what make the rosé Retsina Lola of the Aoton winery special. This unique wine is made according to the classic white wine vinification process, with the addition of a small quantity of pine-resin to the 100% Mandilaria must during fermentation. The power of the fermentation dissolves the resin, leaving behind subtle resinous undertones. A wine with a very delicate taste and aroma, it brings the scent of dried strawberries, raspberries and pine needles. On the palate, flavours of melon and strawberries float over botanical base notes. The wine is perfect with, sardines, spicy sausages, and any olive-oil based dish
  • The winery was established as a co-operative in 1959. In 2001 it joined with two other progressive, co-operative, cellars in the Campo de Borja region to become the Bodegas Borsao that we know today. 100% Garnacha grapes grown on alluvial soils in the foothills of the Moncayo mountain. The grapes undergo 6 hours cold maceration for the must to achieve a delicate colour; followed by slow temperature-controlled fermentation at 17ºC in stainless steel tanks. Delicate pink colour with aromas of ripe berry fruit and strawberry. Dry, approachable and well-balanced, with more appealing juicy strawberry fruit and a creamy mouthfeel. Serve with grilled white meats and fish with roasted Mediterranean vegetables Vegan  
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    From April 1958 to today the 'Cantina Sociale Veronese del Garda' has continued to engage in a gradual and constant growth starting from the beginning with 11 founding members and a few hectares. The area pertaining to the company includes, the hilly area south-east of Lake Garda and the majority of the vineyards fall within the areas with controlled designation of origin Bardolino, Custoza, Lugana and Bardolino Superiore DOCG. The soils here are of morainic origin, loose and rich in skeleton that give minerality to the wines. 100% Pinot Grigio grown on morainic hills with a clayey and calcareous subsoil. Maturation: 3 months in steel tanks Delicate and fruity with fresh with notes of raspberry. Its taste traits make it perfect in combination with fish dishes, both hot and cold. The fish sauces with tomato sauces go well with this Pinot Grigio, ideal thanks to the acidity to degrease the greasiness even for fatter fish such as tuna and salmon
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    In 2014 co-founders, Kristina Studzinski and Ann-Marie Tynan, discovered suitable vine-growing land and established 'Off The Line' on a wonderful, south-facing site on the lower slopes of the Weald in East Sussex. The vision: to grow grapes and make original English rosé wines on site in a modern, purpose-built winery. Wines that stand out from the crowd in style, appearance and quality. That vision has been realised. They are proud, pioneers of award winning original, English rosé wines both still and sparkling. They chose the name ‘Off The Line’ as the vineyard is adjacent to the Cuckoo Trail, formerly a railway line nicknamed the Cuckoo Line. In the spring, Cuckoos return here to nest and can often be heard calling. “Making wine is a combination of what nature provides, human endeavour and a good understanding of science and technology. You need to be dedicated and driven while keeping faith that the vines will reward your endeavours” - Kristina “Labels matter. Wine making is fun so we have fun with our labels. Every year is different which gives a unique quality, a personality to each wine. Our labels reflect that.” - Ann-Marie Both are committed to doing their utmost to preserve our natural environment and, wherever they can, to enhance it. They are more than a business; they are a place within the countryside and part of a community respecting the environment at all times. The Dancing Dog rosé is a dry, accessible style of rosé made from a vintage that produced fruit of optimum quality. It has subtle flavours of redcurrant, orange peel and strawberry with sherbet notes and a rounded finish. Fabulous by itself on an English summers day or with strawberry cheesecake Vegan
  • Between the coast and countryside, Domaine Les Yeuses was built in the 13th century by the Templars at the site of an ancient Roman villa. During the centuries, the buildings housed a hospital, the First Consul of Mèze during the French Revolution, and then a winemaking cellar. The estate gets its name from a forest of evergreen oak trees (yeuses in the local dialect). Today they have nearly disappeared, replaced by a path of olive trees. The vineyard of Domaine Les Yeuses comprises over 80 hectares (197 acres) of limestone-rich moderate hillsides which enjoy a maritime breeze. This unique location suits a wide variety of grapes. The estate has been in the Dardé family for more than 30 years. Jean-Paul and Michel, brothers, share the vineyard and winemaking responsibilities. The winery is continuously recognized for its wide range of varietal wines; indeed, the geography of the vineyard gives the red, white and rosé wines a lively acidity and distinctive profile. The vineyard of 80 hectares (197 acres) with a view of the Mediterranean is located on limestone-clay sandy soil on low hillsides. The Mediterranean climate accompanies the grape year-round while the proximity to the Sea provides cool temperatures at the end of maturation to maintain the fruit that is characteristic of Southern French wines. This wine is made from Grenache and Cinsault fruit grown on clay and limestone soil. They are harvested at a high maturity in order to maintain the aromas. After skin maceration, pneumatic pressing and cold settling, fermentation takes place under a controlled temperature at 15°C. The wine is then aged in tanks during 5 month and prepared for bottling. Pale rosé with purple tints; fruity nose with notes of red fruit, toasted bread and butter; rich and fresh wine in the mouth. Perfect partner for oven roasted Pork with chorizo and mushrooms, stone-baked pizza or spinach & feta cheese triangles  
  • Home to thousands of acres of premium vineyards, the California wine region is renowned for making excellent wines due to its unique micro climate. Located in the Central Valley Delta this area produces ripe grapes which also benefits from cool ocean breezes that help retain fresh fruit aromas and structure. This wine consists of bespoke fruit specially blended in California by the wine buying team who work closely with a family owned vineyard. Ripe juicy grapes produce this delightful wine with aromas of fresh strawberries and soft red fruits.  Mouth-watering summer berry flavours with a hint of candy create this perfectly balanced easy drinking refreshing rosé. Best served lightly-chilled as an aperitif, or perfect with Indian, Thai and other Asian cuisines 10.5%
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    In 2014 co-founders, Kristina Studzinski and Ann-Marie Tynan, discovered suitable vine-growing land and established 'Off The Line' on a wonderful, south-facing site on the lower slopes of the Weald in East Sussex. The vision: to grow grapes and make original English rosé wines on site in a modern, purpose-built winery. Wines that stand out from the crowd in style, appearance and quality. That vision has been realised. They are proud, pioneers of award winning original, English rosé wines both still and sparkling. They chose the name ‘Off The Line’ as the vineyard is adjacent to the Cuckoo Trail, formerly a railway line nicknamed the Cuckoo Line. In the spring, Cuckoos return here to nest and can often be heard calling. “Making wine is a combination of what nature provides, human endeavour and a good understanding of science and technology. You need to be dedicated and driven while keeping faith that the vines will reward your endeavours” - Kristina “Labels matter. Wine making is fun so we have fun with our labels. Every year is different which gives a unique quality, a personality to each wine. Our labels reflect that.” - Ann-Marie Both are committed to doing their utmost to preserve our natural environment and, wherever they can, to enhance it. They are more than a business; they are a place within the countryside and part of a community respecting the environment at all times. Made from 85% Pinot noir grapes with the rest from Regent and Rodo grown at Off the Line Vineyard in East Sussex, and vinified at the on-site winery. The fruit was whole-bunched pressed and aged in stainless steel tanks with lees stirring. Try with Rye Bay scallops, Chichester Lobster or Eastbourne's tamarind infused halloumi with lemon and herb quinoa! 11.5% Vegan
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    Established in 1931 as Cantina Sociale Cooperativa Destra Tagliamento, the company Viticoltori Friulani La Delizia is the largest wine-making facility of the Region Friuli Venezia Giulia. 90% Glera 10% Pinot Nero from the Veneto region. Perfect pink picnic size Prosecco! Fresh and fruity, with notes of strawberry and red apple and a delicate fizz. Ideal as an aperitif, or as a perfect combination to summer salads or a strawberry tart 11.5%
  • We are Lost in a Field, think different, drink different, join us on our mission! Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes. Lost in a Field is on a mission to rescue the fast disappearing heritage grape varieties planted in the UK in the last century and to craft them into delicious, low intervention pét-nat using traditional winemaking methods. Established by Tim Wildman MW in 2021 with help from Darcy Gander. This is their Great British old vine story, seen through the technicolor prism of the German cross heritage grape varieties planted in the 1960s, 70s and 80s by eccentric amateurs. They are helping to rescue abandoned and neglected old vine plots through the Lost Vineyard Preservation Society. This is a grassroots movement, bringing together local communities and the UK wine trade through volunteer programs, crowdsourced funding and collaborations with like-minded businesses. The 2022 Lost in a Field ‘Frolic’ pét-nat is a blend of 14 heritage grape varieties from vineyards in five English counties, most of which were planted in the 1980s and 1990s with the oldest being established in 1972. The wine is made from a majority of Madeleine Angevine for aromatics, Reichensteiner for acidity, Schönburger for perfume, with Triomphe d’Alsace and Rondo for colour and small amounts of Bacchus, Huxelrebe, Ortega, Madeleine Sylvaner, Siegerrebe, Seyval Blanc, Phoenix, Dornfelder and Leon Millot The 2022 wine has a beautiful and remarkable colour – coral pink, lychee skin or candy floss? You’ll be the judge. From three and a half tonne of fruit they made 2920 bottles.. Alcohol 9.5% Free SO2 0g/L Total SO2 9 g/L Residual sugar (RS) 1.4 g/L Delicate aromas of red current and raspberry lead to a featherlight body (just 9.5%) and a gentle mousse that is soft and foaming rather than aggressively fizzy with creamy flavours of rhubarb and gooseberry fool. Tastes like a wild English hedgerow and has the weight and drinkability of a Gin and Tonic. Perfect summer sipping! In a nutshell: Fruity, fault free, zero sulphur English pét-nat made from heritage grape varieties from old vines. 9.5% “Tastes like summer, and dangerously drinkable" – Tamlyn Currin, JancisRobinson.com
  • Norte Chico wines are produced by Santa Carolina winery, founded in 1922 in Santiago and one of the oldest wine producers in Chile. The founder of the vineyard, Don Lorenzo Reus, brought the expertise of how to make wine from the old Central region of Mallorca (Spain) to the fertile Chilean Central Valley. A bright, soft pink wine made from cabernet sauvignon grapes. No oak is used to retain the fresh, intense fruit flavours of strawberry and cherry. The palate has luscious raspberry and strawberry flavours and a slight sweet aftertaste. Drink with salads, barbecued meats and poultry or great as an aperitif 12.5%
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    The Nyetimber estate counts three major milestones in its history. Its earliest beginnings saw it named in the Domesday Book in 1086, almost 1,000 years ago, when the peaceful valley of Nitimbreha made its first appearance in recorded history. (It’s believed Nitimbreha refers to a newly timbered house or perhaps a small timber plantation.) The second milestone was the planting of the first vines, almost 900 years later, in 1988, when the holy trinity of sparkling wine grapes – Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier – found a new home in the lee of the South Downs. And thirdly, Eric Heerema became the Owner and Custodian of Nyetimber in 2006, believing that the estate, with its ideal soil and location, had yet to achieve its full potential. Eric recruited Head Winemaker Cherie Spriggs and Winemaker Brad Greatrix, who both shared his vision of crafting the finest English sparkling wines. And since then, Nyetimber wines have gone on to achieve global acclaim, winning international awards and blind-tasting competitions, as well as being recognised by some of the world’s most celebrated wine experts. 45 to 75% Chardonnay 25 to 55% Pinot Noir <5% Pinot Meunier Reserve wine 10-20% Residual Sugar 9 grams This beautiful sunset-pink Multi-Vintage rosé has us dreaming of long, sunny days. Offering a unique combination of aromas, including British summer fruits and shortbread. Its creamy, round texture and refreshing redcurrant, raspberry and cherry flavours give it an elegant and silky finish. Made from a blend of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier, this is one the driest wines in our range. Its distinctive red fruit flavour lends itself to weightier dishes, making it the perfect year-round wine. An absolute blinder with salmon fillets, brown crab, guinea fowl or lightly smoked tofu Vegan      
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    Planted in 1972, formerly the most northerly vineyard in the world. Located in a three sided walled garden that has a radiating effect on the vines and raises average temperatures by approximately 1 deg C. The majority of the vines are pruned to guyot single and double depending on the strength of growth of the individual vine.The layout of the vineyard is slightly northerly to suit the layout of the land.The vineyard is tended to entirely by hand. First task is the pressing of the grapes, all of the sparkling wines from the English Wine Project are whole bunched press, they do not crush and destem as although this practice leads to greater yields and potentially more varietal flavour. Following the press, the juice is allowed to stand for 24 hours before being racked off. After racking inoculation takes place with yeast and a MLF bacteria to increase, the yeast is designed to aid the varietal characteristics, whilst the MLF softens the acids from malic to lactic bacteria. The fermentation is a controlled process and the juice/wine is fermented for approximately 3 weeks until dry and the sugar has converted to alcohol. During this period the wine is racked with bentonite only – making it a vegan and gluten free product. Post fining the wine is then filtered and bottled. All movements throughout the wines time in the winery is controlled and movements are kept to a minimum. Appearance – Pastel pink Aroma – wild strawberry, raspberry, rhubarb Taste – wild strawberry, raspberry, rhubarb, red apple, Grape variety: Pinot Noir ABV 12 % Good to go with chicken schnitzel, creamy risotto, chocolate desserts, goats cheese on salted crackers or something off the barbi! Vegan
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    In 2014 co-founders, Kristina Studzinski and Ann-Marie Tynan, discovered suitable vine-growing land and established ‘Off The Line’ on a wonderful, south-facing site on the lower slopes of the Weald in East Sussex. The vision: to grow grapes and make original English rosé wines on site in a modern, purpose-built winery. Wines that stand out from the crowd in style, appearance and quality. That vision has been realised. They are proud, pioneers of award winning original, English rosé wines both still and sparkling. They chose the name ‘Off The Line’ as the vineyard is adjacent to the Cuckoo Trail, formerly a railway line nicknamed the Cuckoo Line. In the spring, Cuckoos return here to nest and can often be heard calling. “Making wine is a combination of what nature provides, human endeavour and a good understanding of science and technology. You need to be dedicated and driven while keeping faith that the vines will reward your endeavours” – Kristina “Labels matter. Wine making is fun so we have fun with our labels. Every year is different which gives a unique quality, a personality to each wine. Our labels reflect that.” – Ann-Marie Both are committed to doing their utmost to preserve our natural environment and, wherever they can, to enhance it. They are more than a business; they are a place within the countryside and part of a community respecting the environment at all times. The Lady of Charmat is a multi-vintage sparkling brut rosé made from grapes grown at 'Off The Line Vineyard' in East Sussex. The fruit was whole-bunched pressed and aged in stainless steel tanks with a secondary fermentation taking place in a tank, a method also referred to as ‘the Charmat method’. A blend of 40 % Rondo, 30% Dornfelder, 22% Pinot Noir and 8% Regent. 4g residual sugar. This vivid pink, dry, sparkling rosé is easy drinking and fruit driven. It has definition, character and expresses red fruit flavours with character and identity. Good to get any party started but also goes great with glazed ham with redcurrant and citrus jelly, salmon and cream cheese canapés or tinned strawberries with condensed milk Vegan
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    AOP COTEAUX D'AIX-EN-PROVENCE ROSÉ 'ORGANIC WINE' Nestled among 148 acres of woods, the vineyard of Domaine Tour Campanets stretches out on 74 acres around the country house and the winery, goes down the hills and among the small valleys running amid the early dream of a bewitching forest... Syrah 40 % - Grenache 40 % - Cabernet Sauvignon 10% -Carignan 5% et Cinsault 5%. A pleasant wine in which aromas give a particularly fruity bouquet. To the palate, the balance of fragrances produce a voluptuous and fresh taste, in which the intensity of wild strawberries prevails. A fresh and fragrant combination. Go for goats cheese, lightly cooked shellfish, melon & prosciutto, hummus dip or small quiches with Mediterranean couscous Vegan
  • The Villa Wolf estate (founded as J.L. Wolf) lies in the picturesque village of Wachenheim in the Pfalz region in Germany. It is named after the beautiful Italianate Villa which was built in 1843 in an era of great success for this region. Ernst Loosen, of the Dr. Loosen estate in the Mosel area, took over the winery in 1996. Patrick Moellendorf, who has been at Villa Wolf since 2011, is in charge of the viticulture and winemaking at Villa Wolf, and they have even applied for organic certification for the estate vineyards, which is a process that takes several years to complete and would make 2022 the first official year of organic certification. The concept of making extraordinary wines in the estate vineyards lies in sustainable, organic vineyard practices combined with gentle handling of the fruit and traditional, minimalist winemaking. Their entry level Villa Wolf varietal wines have always been great value in terms of quality, consistency and varietal correctness. Pinot Noir that has undergone a short maceration, followed by a gentle cool fermentation and development in stainless steel tanks. Villa Wolf Pinot Noir Rosé has an excellent balance which is already showcased in the beautiful salmon colour of the wine, not too dark, not too light. On the palate it gives you the guilty pleasure of delightful fruitiness, but then, with the help of the crisp acidity, it has a clean and crisp finish so as to almost finish on the drier, more sophisticated side. Try with feta, spinach, mint and quinoa tartelettes, hummus dip, garlic sausage or potato tortilla! Vegan    

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