Range of Wines Available
Why not try something different such as a Shiraz from Spain. The Pleyades has so much spice and is great wine with barbecues – but delicious without food too.
We have a Pinot Noir from Romania. These emerging wine producing countries are really coming through with excellent quality wines at good prices. The Alamina is a light burgundy red, with violet nuances. An attractive nose of soft berry fruits, redcurrant, blackberry and strawberry with a hint of leather and vanilla. Soft and medium bodied, with succulent fruit flavour of forest fruits, wild strawberry and black currant, with extremely fine tannins. Give it a try – great with a stuffed pepper dish. And don’t forget our Mad Dry Furmint from Hungary and our two offerings from Slovenia.
In Spain, we have Albarino – in Portugal, we have Alvarino. We are selling a wonderfully fresh, golden wine from Portugal by Marques de Lara. This is a new wine and we are delighted to offer this to you. Usually more attractively priced than its Spanish counterpart, you lose nothing in taste and quality. This is a very exciting wine for us to offer for sale – order a bottle and sip sitting in the garden with a big bowl of olives.
A ripe, versatile and approachable dry white from Western Sicily. Il Merdione Catarratto is floral, peach and tropical fruit aromas with a hint of Fennel. A really good value wine at a time Sicilian wines have seen a big price increase, due to last years bad harvest.
The products on our website are not the only wines we have access to. If there is anything you enjoy that is not on our list, please enquire at firstname.lastname@example.org. And we will do our best to source it for you.
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