Unfortunately, we're having to shut the doors, turn off the stoves, and stop pouring our wonderful wines for our guests. So rather than oceans of wine sitting in our cellars, we're doing a limited offer on some of my favourite wines with a tasty discount of 10%, delivered direct to your door for Lockdown 2.0.
Help us clear the cellar and fill your fridge.
A case of 12 with 2 each of these delicious restaurant favourites.
Wines subject to availability as stocks run down. We'll replace wines with equally delicious wines and we'll contact you to let you know.
BELLA FIORE, TENUTA FIOREBELLI, VENETO, ITALY 2016
This wine is the nuts, it's so smooth and silky and easy to drink. Lot's of round plum and red fruit, juicy, juicy juicy. You have to try it, I promise you'll love it. It's also Mum's favourite red wine.
ERA ORGANIC SANGIOVESE, CANTINE VOLPI, MARCH, ITALY
A dangerously easy to drink Sangiovese from Marche in Itay, full of tangy acidity and plummy fruit and herbal aromas. Sangiovese is the grape variety that makes up the famous Chianti wines, so if you're a fan of those then you'll love this at much less money. Perfect from a midweek tomato pasta or pizza.
KAIKEN CLÁSICO MALBEC, MENDOZA, ARGENTINA 2018
This Malbec has a vibrant crimson purple colour with notes of blackberries, plums and spice.
RIOJA CRIANZA, AZABACHE, SPAIN 2016
Azabache are a consistently excellent winery and they make their Rioja in a truly classical style with plenty of oak. It’s round and supple with savoury red fruit, warming spice and some vanilla from the oak. It’s a real cosy Sunday by the fire type of wine.
SOLI PINOT NOIR, THRACIAN VALLEY, BULGARIA - As featured in my GQ column
Bulgaria might not be the first place that comes to mind when thinking of quality Pinot Noir, however in a sheltered little vineyard on the eastern side of the Thracian Valley, Italian winemaker Edoardo Miroglio is crafting delicious, juicy, perfumed pinot. I’ve tried this blind against many different pinot noirs from around the world and I was convinced it was a Santenay from Burgundy – and I wasn’t the only one in the group. The wine is light, fresh, fragrant with redcurrant and wild strawberry fruit and it’s dangerously easy to drink. Perfect for a Thursday evening when you are just in the mood for a glass of something delicious.
SECATEAURS, CINSAULT, GRENACHE, SYRAH, SWARTLAND
Adi Badenhorst makes some of the best wines in South African, he does whites, reds, roses, mezcal and even vermouth. This is a delicious round, juicy red blend. This is the house red in my household.