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    R5 2013 Côtes du Rhône-Villages ‘Seigneurie de Gicon’, Chusclan +

    50% grenache noir, 30% carignan, 15% syrah, 5% mourvèdre. Named after the medieval castle dominating the village of Chusclan, this has a rich depth of glossy plum and liquorice flavours.

    £107.14 £4.34
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    B2A 2011 Beaujolais-Villages, Passot-Collonge +

    100% gamay. The concentration here is much more on lively, almost ‘crunchy’ red fruit — this can be served lightly chilled in those elusive summer months?

    £119.23 £4.85
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    B261C 2007 Clos la Bergère, Montagne Saint-Emilion £135.65 £5.53
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    B62B 2011 Bourgogne-Côte Chalonnaise ‘Buissonnier’ +

    100% pinot noir. Elegant and medium-bodied, with flavours of red cherry and spice.

    £138.82 £5.66
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    B7H 2009 Fleurie, Château de Raousset £154.08 £6.30
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    i1A 2012 Chianti Classico, Villa la Pagliaia £161.86 £6.62
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    SP50 2011 Rioja Crianza, Ontañon £164.45 £6.73
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    B27A 2006 Château Saint-Christophe, Saint-Emilion grand cru +

    Merlot, cabernet franc. Based in Saint-Christophe des Bardes (two miles east of Saint-Emilion), the Richard family cultivate twenty-three acres of clay and limestone neighbouring parcels belonging to l’Arrosée and Fombrauges.

    On the 2006 vintage: “Classic stuff, there’s a touch of mineral, iron-oxide bloodiness on the nose, a hint of leafiness and cedar, and then a lean core of bramble and blackcurrant fruit. On the palate it is very grown-up claret, with a tensioning grip of tannin and powerful acidity, the spices and the sinewy black fruit coming through on the mid-palate. The wine finishes on savoury fruit and spice, in delicious Bordeaux style.” Tom Cannavan, wine-pages.com (June 2014)

    £218.88 £9.00
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    L16 2015 Muscadet Sèvre et Maine ‘sur lie’, Château la Noë +

    100% melon de Bourgogne. Classic Muscadet at every step: a bright gold in colour, notes of freshly squeezed lemon and oyster shell, incredible freshness and minerality.

    £91.01 £3.67
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    B85 2012 Saint-Véran, les Terres Secrètes +

    100% chardonnay. From parcels around the famous limestone escarpment at Solutré, a rich and powerful wine enlivened by a fresh finish.

    £154.66 £6.32
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    L51 2015 Quincy, Domaine des Ballandors +

    100% sauvignon blanc. Jean Tatin and his wife Chantal have twenty hectares in Quincy, planted mainly on the Kimmeridgian limestone that gives their wines such a pure, mineral character.

    £158.98 £6.50
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    L10 2015 Sancerre, Régis Jouan +

    100% sauvignon blanc. A nose of nettles and grass leads to cool gooseberry flavours and a smoky herbal twist — a fine expression of Sancerre from this tiny family-owned domaine.

    £160.99 £6.59
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    L12 2014 Chablis, Alain Geoffroy +

    100% chardonnay. Pale yellow in the glass with shimmering silver highlights, this displays elegant citrus fruit reinforced by a firm limestone minerality.

    £174.24 £7.14
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    B91A 2014 Chablis, Vocoret +

    100% chardonnay. After four generations in the business, the Vocoret family have pretty much perfected making incisive, mineral Chablis.

    £184.90 £7.58
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    L14 2012 Pouilly-Fumé ‘Domaine des Berthiers’, Jean-Claude Daguenau +

    100% sauvignon blanc. With racy acidity and precise structure, this is classic Pouilly-Fumé at its most restrained and elegant.

    £198.72 £8.16
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    B94C 2013 Chablis 1er cru ‘Vaillon’, Vocoret +

    100% chardonnay. With crisply defined aromas of lime and chalk, the Vaillon vineyard offers classic premier cru flavours of ‘wet stones’ and green apple.

    £224.06 £9.22
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    CH15A Gruet Brut Sélection +

    Pinot noir, chardonnay, pinot meunier. From a family-owned domaine making wine since 1670, this champagne is full-bodied and powerful with exquisite fruit aromas.

    £275.04 £11.46
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    CH45 Joseph Perrier Cuvée Royale Brut +

    35% chardonnay, 35% pinot noir and 30% pinot meunier. Founded in 1825 in Châlons-sur-Marne and regularly enjoyed by Queen Victoria and Edward VII, Joseph Perrier is one of the largest champagne houses still in private ownership. Fine bubbles form a delicate but persistent mousse, while scents of citrus and apple lead into richer vanilla and cinnamon; the palate is full and round-bodied with a lasting finish.

    £345.60 £14.40
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    CH55B Louis Roederer Brut Premier £432.00 £18.00
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