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Le Carillon de Vendome, Cave Co-op du Vendomois

£14.95
The Vendomois region is located along the banks of the river Loir (a tributary of the Loire proper) to the north of Touraine.This Co-operative makes great value wines and this Chenin Blanc is a great example. It comes from a single vineyard and has all the lovely Chenin qualities of food-friendliness and complexity.A great wine for fish pie or fish and chips!

Papa Figos, Ferreirinha

£14.95
35% Tinta Roriz , 30% Tinta Barroca, 20% Touriga Franca, 15% Touriga Nacional This historic producer, founded 1952, was the first in the Douro dedicated to producing light wines rather than Fortified wines. They make some great examples of the Douro at prices that are truly great value. A modern example of Douro light wine showcasing the fresh, vibrant fruit and fine, balanced structure that can be achieved with careful grape selection from some of the finest vineyards in the region. A great wine to have in the house; everyone will love it and great to open any time you just fancy a 'nice glass of red'.

Gran Passione Rosso, Veneto, Italy

£14.95
Made from partially dried Corvina and Merlot grapes in the Veneto region of North-East Italy, this wine certainly delivers a lot of ‘bang for your buck’! Like a baby Amarone, this has buckets of rich, intense dark fruit flavours with a long, lingering. Very smooth and very comforting… great with hearty dishes, especially game and perfect with strong cheeses such as Vintage Lincolnshire Poacher and Stilton from Cropwell Bishop.

Valencay, Sebastien Vaillant

£14.95
This has long been one of our most popular wines, a delicious blend of Sauvignon Blanc with a dash of Chardonnay. The Chardonnay adds a lovely texture and a tiny bit of weight to the wine but it still retains that classic Loire Sauvignon character. Sebastian Vaillant is a great winemaker and this is a great value alternative to the neighbouring wines of Sancerre and Pouilly-Fume.

Mas La Chevaliere Rose

£14.50
Cinsault, Grenache & Syrah Owned by famed Chablis producer Michel Laroche, the Mas la Chevaliere estate in the Languedoc makes some really good wines at great prices. This pretty pale rose is light, fresh and dry, with lovely soft, summer fruit flavours. Perfect garden wine..

Valpolicella, Alpha-Zeta

£13.95

Alpha Zeta was started in 1999  to produce a range of modern, fruit-driven wines from the hills outside Verona. Leading New Zealand winemaker Matt Thomson works with growers (rather than buy bulk wine, which is standard among most wines from Verona at this price) to obtain ripe grapes (by reducing yields and picking later) and then, using Matt’s expertise, preserve these flavours in the finished wines. This has resulted in wines that offer great value, quality, balance and typicity.

The Valpolicella has bright, black cherry fruit and velvety tannins; a delicious wine that is perfect with pizza and light pasta dishes.

Ditcheat Hill

£13.95
Pure, elegant and fresh, with lots of fruit, a tickle of sharpness and plenty of residual sugar to make it very drinkable. Cold racked in the winter to retain natural sweetness.4.2% ABV 75cl

Reasons to Be Cheerful

£13.95
There is a lot of tropical fruit aroma, with robust tannins and the sweetness kept in check by fesh acid. Extremely drinkable with lots of foods and in lots of settings. Whenever you need a reason to be cheerful.5.5% ABV 75cl

Reserve de Gassac Blanc, Mas de Daumas Gassac

£13.95
This is a cracking organic wine! Made by the Guibert family at the iconic Mas de Daumas Gassac in the Languedoc, this is exceptional value for money. An unoaked, aromatic blend comprising of Viognier, Chardonnay, Terret and Muscat, this is creamy and peachy with a crisp, fresh finish. Perfect with seabass with fennel or other herby fish dishes. Organic.

Prosecco ‘Chloe’, Althea, Veneto, Italy

£13.95
Our house Prosecco for many years now and a real step up from the supermarket standard. This family-run estate makes beautifully balanced wine which is frothy, creamy and gluggable - just what Prosecco should be!

Picpoul de Pinet, La Mirande

£13.50
Picpoul is having something of a fashionable moment right now, everyone seems to have woken up to the fact that this is one of the most refreshing, delicious, reliable and affordable wine styles around. This version, from the organic La Mirande estate is pure pleasure, offering real depth and flavour (more than most), whilst still retaining that fresh zippyness that we all love. A versatile food wine and a good fridge stand-by, it goes well will most seafood and salad dishes.

Telero Rosso, Cantele

£12.95
Having fallen in love with Puglia, Giovanni Battista Cantele and his wife Teresa Manara decided to move to Salento to