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  • Conterno Fantino Mosconi 2011 Barolo bottle and label 400x400

    2011 Barolo, Vigna Mosconi from Conterno Fantino

    Rich and voluptuous £65.00 Add to basket
  • Bottle 2014 Riesling Silver Seal (Silberlack) from Schloss Johannisberg

    2015 Riesling Silver Seal from Schloss Johannisberg

    Top producer £49.00 Add to basket
  • Piccoli Amarone DOCG della Valpolicella M. La Parte 2010

    2010 Amarone della Valpolicella Monte La Parte from Piccoli

    Elegant and enjoyable £35.00 Add to basket


10 essential facts about Valpolicella

Hands up who’s heard of Valpolicella? If you’re a wine buff, you might already know a thing or two about the Italian wine-making region. If not, sit back and let us take you on a guided tour. While Tuscany and Piedmont grab the headlines, Valpolicella is a hidden gem just East of Lake Garda, Verona. […]

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Best red wine

How to choose the best red wine

What’s the best red wine? You’ve probably asked yourself this question a dozen times before. But how do you make that judgment call? Do you ask your local wine clerk or scan the labels for something that sounds familiar or prestigious? The problem with wine recommendations is that they’re often very subjective. What works for […]

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Red wine

Is red wine good for you?

Explore the rumoured health benefits of red wine and the science behind the claims.

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do wines with screw caps age as well as wine with corks?

FAQ: do wines with screw caps age as well as wine with corks?

Do wines with screw caps age as well as wine with corks? Discover what the difference between these two bottling methods means for a wine’s complexity.

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We are passionate about wines that are made with love. They reflect where they come from and that grapes that went into them. The skill and care of the grower and winemaker shine out. We avoid artificial additives and reject bland, boring wine.


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We visit vineyards and winemakers - famous ones and undiscovered gems - to bring your first-hand reports and new wines to try. Share our wine adventure as we study for our WSET Diploma and explore the wonderful world of wine.