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Les Courtilles Cotes du Rhone 2017 (12 x 750mL), France.

Les Courtilles (a series of small courtyards) is named after the village winery founded in 1997 by Bernard Schurr. Here Bernard had the ambition of crafting small batches of wines with individual character and charm. Les Courtilles Cotes du Rhone is sourced from 35-year-old vines on the right bank of the Rhone between Orange and Avignon.

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Joseph Cattin Gewurztraminer 2017 (12 x 750mL), Alsace, France.

Fresh, fruity, dry and aromatic, those wines represent perfectly the authenticity of the Alsatian uniqueness. Every year, they are rewarded at Paris, Mâcon and Colmar’s wine contests.

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Torres Sangre de Toro 2017 (6 x 750mL), Spain.
Torres Sangre de Toro 2017 (6 x 750mL), Spain.

Miguel Torres Carbo travelled vineyards in search of the best grapes to make his dream a reality: to create a wine with an inimitable personality.

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Lunar Apoge Lirac GSM 2014 (12 x 750mL), Rhone, France.

we harvest at night to prevent oxidation, avoid the use of SO2, keep the freshness and protect the aromas of the grapes. Natural yeasts are used for high-temperature fermentation at 32°C (89°F), followed by a long period of maceration under pomace up to 15 days to extract tannins and anthocyanins. A work on fine lees allows the extraction of aromas and structure.

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Spy Valley `Envoy` Gewurztraminer 2018 (6 x 750mL), Marlborough, NZ.

A selective hand pick was made from our oldest vines, focussing on raisined berries and noble rot bunches. Soaked overnight on skins before fermentation in small oak vessels, before bottling 3 months after harvest.

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Les Caves St Ronain Puy Chanteroc 2018 (6 x 750mL), Cotes du Rhone AOC

Lot No: 0029-2488715

The Rhone Valley is the second largest vineyard in France in terms of the volume of wine production and is also one of the oldest vineyards in France. The Rhodanian vineyard is a world apart. From terraces to steep flanks, it plays with the green hills. However, we can speak of Rhodanian vineyards as the Rhone Valley diversifies along the river. Following the northern coasts that extend from Vienna to Valencia on granite slopes, the main grape varieties are Syrah for red wines and for white wines viognier or roussanne and marsanne. As for the southern coasts stretching from Montélimar to Avignon, the vines take up all the space on rather limestone soils with a multiplicity of grape varieties, the grenache playing the role of the main grape variety for red wines, the clairette and the bourboulenc for white wines. The most famous wines are for red wines, Côte-Rôtie, Crozes-Hermitage and Châteauneuf-du-Pape, and for white wines, Condrieu and Clairette de Die. (271438-10)

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Commanderie De Preissan 2016 (4x 750mL), Rhone Valley, France

Lot No: 0032-2488768

Although the winery is built on Roman ruins the true history of Commanderie de Preissan starts in 1995. It was then that Sophie Gely took over the vineyards and wine making from her parents, who had until then been selling off grapes in bulk to supermarkets. Taking back the vineyards from years of abuse has taken time but Sophie has returned the winery and the vineyards to sensible agriculture and wine production.I think it was the first time that I stepped out of a car and into Sophie’s vineyards that I truly understood what “garrigue” really is. It was no wonder that she named her 100% Grenache wines after this wild tangle of flowers and herbs, nor that a wine called “The Soul of Garrigue” should come from there.A strange course for this winegrower who only began his oenology training in Montpellier at the end of his pharmacy studies, when he became aware that this wonderful family estate could only live by dedicating himself full-time and in a very professional way. The conversion to improved varieties of vines began very early, in 1972. The Domaine de Preïssan is not only strong in terms of quality but also in terms of clay and limestone soil. Particular attention is paid to the quality of the ploughing; one of them will be deep to force the vine to root as low as possible in order to face the hot and early climate of this terroir. All this because a wine is made in the first place in the vineyard. (273846-261)

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