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The Florita 2012


We  think this Australian Riesling wine would be a match made in heaven with these dishes. Bon appétit! Its White - Green and Flinty

The Florita 20122023-03-29T15:04:17+01:00

Pino Noir


Pino Noir Bright cherry, strawberry and raspberry fruit with elegant earthy notes infused with cola and mild spice accents. Oak ageing adds a hint of vanilla and a soft, smoky finish. The Vintner's Reserve Pinot Noir is sourced from some of the finest Pinot growing regions in the world: Santa Barbara, Monterey, Mendocino and Napa [...]

Pino Noir2023-03-29T14:52:36+01:00

Charlemagne Poiré Mousseux Superieur Demi Sec


Perfect for celebrating those special moments, this Premium Charlemagne Poiré Mousseux Superieur Demi Sec is just what you need! Crisp and classy, each bottle of this delicious sparkling perry is celebration-ready making it ideal for parties and gatherings as you provide your guests with a very special drink.

Charlemagne Poiré Mousseux Superieur Demi Sec2023-03-29T14:49:06+01:00

Galadoro Red Wine


Beautifully smooth, juicy and easy-drinking - a unique blend of traditional Portuguese grapes with an added Cabernet kick. The vineyard is so close to the beautiful city of Lisbon that no-one thought of looking there... until now. Ripe and juicy fruits on the nose with a smooth and sumptuous mouthfeel, all wrapped up with a [...]

Galadoro Red Wine2023-03-29T14:43:37+01:00

Pinha do Ribeiro Santo Red 2020


Deep ruby colour, berries aromas, such as blueberries and raspberries that are combined with pine notes, underlining the pine needles. In the palate fruit is again very present with good acidity and fine tannins.

Pinha do Ribeiro Santo Red 20202023-03-29T14:50:59+01:00

Celsus Chianti


Grapes from the centre of Tuscany between Florence and Siena are used to make this bright, ruby-red wine with its distinctive herbaceous and red fruit !

Celsus Chianti2023-03-29T14:43:07+01:00



Bordeaux has a cool marine coastal climate, with mild weather and no dry season. Bordeaux reds tend to be lower in alcohol and are slightly lighter in body.


Baron M Rose


We  think this Provence Rosé wine would be a match made in heaven with these dishes. Pork, Shellfish, Vegetarian & Poultry   Bon appétit!

Baron M Rose2023-03-29T14:47:36+01:00

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