January Offer

Even if you are religiously not touching a drop in January, these 10 classics all have the ability to age some months and even years, so perhaps now is a sensible time to look ahead and re-stock the cellar whilst trimming the budget. Typically our most popular and already best value examples:

 

 

Château Argadens 2010 (Traditionally £ 12.00 on the shelf, now = £ 10.95 inclusive)

 

Château Brand-Bergère “Cuvée O’Byrne” 2009 Bordeaux (£ 15.00 = £ 13.95)

Our last 100 cases of 2009 are due to land tomorrow and should be in the Shop on Monday.

 

Jean Daneel “Signature” Chenin Blanc 2013 South Africa (£ 18.00 - £ 16.00)

 

Urbina Reserva Especial 2001 Rioja (£ 18.50 = £ 16.95)

 

Chianti Classico 2012 Fontodi, Tuscany (£ 19.50 = £ 17.50)

 

Trockenbeerenauslese “Sämling 88” 2006 Lang, Austria (£ 19.95 = £ 17.50 per 37.5cl)

Already an absolute bargain.

 

Saumur “Les Moulins” 2014 Domaine Guiberteau, Loire Valley (£ 20.00 = £ 18.00)

 

R.& H.Lamotte Premier Cru 2006 Vintage (£ 31.00 = £ 26.00)

Due back in about a fortnight.

 

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And some recent award winning Champagne which I think are World class:

 

De Venoge Blanc-de-Noirs Réserve (£ 42.00 = £ 39.00)

 

André Jacquart “Experience” Blanc-de-Blancs Le Mesnil Grand Cru (£ 47.00 = £ 45.00)

 

Local deliveries are free, further afield will require our carrier charging £17.00. 

 

 


Tuggy Meyer
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