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Gross Cabernet Sauvignon Special Reserve

Cabernet Sauvignon 96% Cabernet Franc 4%

The grapes were sourced from two unique vinyards, kadita plateau, 790 meters high in the Upper Galilee and Binyamina.

The wine in full bodied with aromas and flavors of black forest fruits, ripe black cherries, cocoa, and herbs.

The wine was aged for 14 monthin french oak barrels.

Regular price £44.99 -£5.00 Price £39.99
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Chateau haut Peyraguey Sauternes 2014


Temperature controlled settling. Alcoholic fermentation in oak barrels (new or one year-old). Racking on a regular basis.


Sight: Attractive, intense, radiant gold, with golden, with slight honey hints.

Smell: Intense, complex nose. The seductive candied honey and orange notes emerge first, then secondary aromas of almond, apricot and vanilla appear.

Taste: Smooth, impressively dense flavor, with notes of orange and apricot. Beautiful enduring length. The essence of the grape. This wine is an example of the excellence of Sauternes wines: powerful, structured and elegant, with notes of fruits and intense flowers, with great aging possibilities.

Price £69.99

Chateau Malartic Lagraviere 2014

The Malartic-Lagraviere is evolving into one of the finest wines that the estate has ever produced. It has a more introverted bouquet with dark berry fruit, undergrowth and iodine. With rigorous swirling it still refuses to unfurl. The palate is medium-bodied with very fine tannins. It builds nicely towards a lovely black olive and spice tinged finish that exudes finesse. Superb.

Price £149.98

3 De Valandraud Grand Cru 2013

Blended from vineyards throughout St-Emilion. Hedgerow fruit on the nose and palate. Supple and user fri

3 De Valandraud Grand Cru

Merlot 65%, Cabernet Franc 30%, Cabernet Sauvignon & Malbec 5%
From 4.5 hectares of clay-limestone, gravelly soils.
Average age of vines: 30 years.
Aged 18 to 20 months in 100% new oak barrels.
About 2500 cases produced.

endly. Light but fine tannic frame.

Regular price £54.99 -£6.00 Price £48.99
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Domain Meron 2009

Were produced from grapes which grew in the vinyards of Meron Yishuv, from the choice vinyards of the world, which enjoy the special cold climate of the heights of the upper Galilee. The wine was produced with the special technology of the family tradition of generations of winemaking from Bordeaux in France.

Price £109.99

Chateau Labegorce Margaux 2015

Grand Vin de Bordeaux

38% cabernet sauvignon, 60% merlot and 2% petit verdot

The Labegorce 2015 is among the great vintages possibly the best ever produced: intense in colour, aromas of black fruit, spicy accents, with elegant and silky tannins. A Margaux with lace and built for aging.

Price £87.99
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Matar CB Cumulonimbus 2014

aA blen of 44% Cabernet Sauvignon, 44% Shiraz, 6% Cabernet Franc, 6% Petit Verdo Rich and full flavoured with elegance and complex middlemouth feel and a long finish. The wine was aged for 24 months in oak barrels and offers hints of coffee, dark plum and violet flavours and aromas.

Price £64.98

Metzuda Har Eitan Blend

Har Eitan is the winery’s flagship wine and is only produced during specific years. The wines in this series mature in the barrel for at least 24 months.

Har Eitan Blend 2012

Har Eitan Blend 2012 is the result of meticulous and unique winemaking. Each variety was fermented in separate barrels for 12 months, and after blending the wine was transferred to barrels to age for an additional 12 months.

The wine is composed of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 28% Merlot, 14% Petit Verdot and 8% Shiraz.

This deep-colored and full-bodied wine reveals coffee, chocolate and vanilla on the nose and a prominent red berry palate with mainly raspberry, cherry and plum and a hint of mint and cinnamon. Soft tannins lead to a long, elegant and velvety finish.

pH 3.68

Alcohol content: 14.6%

Aged for 24 months in French oak barrels.

Aging potential 8-10 years from vintage date.

Price £89.99

Smith Haut Lafitte 2014

The richness of the soil and the meticulous care given to the vineyard have made this estate one of the best wines in the Bordeaux region.

The 2014 vintage is complex and wonderful silky.

Tight and round on the palate with an acidity balanced by a concentration and a great tannic structure

Price £219.97

Galil Meron 2009

Region: The higher elevations of the Upper Galilee, the northern part of the
Galilee viticultural area.
Varieties: 73% Syrah, 18% Petit Verdot, 9% Cabernet Sauvignon.
Style: Complex and rich in fragrances and flavors, this wine displays
aromas of ripe plum, blueberry, blackberry and crème de cassis on
a background of caramel, tobacco and toasted oak. Deep purple in
color, the wine has a velvety texture and a long, elegant finish.
Technical Data: Undergoing about 14 days of fermentation on skins at 28ºC (82ºF)
and full malolactic fermentation, the wine aged for 16 months in
French oak barrels

Harvest: The growing season that preceded the 2009 harvest began with a
January that was warmer than usual, a winter characterized by a
relatively low level of precipitation, and a spring that started two to
three weeks earlier than normal. As a result of early budbreak, the
entire season moved up, with harvest starting two weeks earlier
than usual. July and August were particularly hot, which accelerated
the ripening process and led to the creation of fruity wines with
exceptional flavor concentration.

Price £74.99

Chateau Le Crock 2016

A 55% cabernet sauvignon, 30% merlot, 10% cabernet franc and 5% petit verdot blend, aged for 18 months.

Blending takes place six months into the ageing process. The wines are fined with egg whites before bottling.

Tasting Note :

Fruity and blackberry on the nose and palate, crisp acidity, long, lingering finish.

Serving Suggestion :
Best paired with beef, veal or chicken dishes

Price £59.99

Galil Shiraz Cabernet 2009

Tasting Note :
Rich and flavorful, with characters of blackberry, cherry and a hint of wet earth; medium-to-full bodied; long, pleasant finish.
Serving Suggestion :
A wide assortment of foods from a good cheesy lasagna to a juicy burger or ribs in barbecue sauce.
Score :
88 - by Daniel Rogov
Price £22.99

Chateau La Tour Carnet Haut Medoc 2013

The nose reveals aromas of red and black berries (strawberry, raspberry, blackberry), floral notes (violet, rose), mocha and roasted coffee, Ample and fleshy on the palate, this wine develops a frame soft and silky tannins, very finely supported by aromas of ripe fruit and subtle oak notes (toast, gingerbread, dark chocolate, vanilla).

Price £54.98

Chateau de Valois

Le Pomerol De Valois 2011 is a beautifully constructed wine that was born on a prestigious and world famous appellation.

The wine has a beautiful ruby color with garnet reflection. Its powerful nose announces his personality marked aromas of violet and truffle.

A cocktail slightly jammy red fruit nose is expressive. Very pleasant and tasty palate, ending on a slightly woody.

This is a great aging wine, dense, powerful and supported by supple and velvety tannins.

Price £69.98
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Chateau Leydet Valentin 2011

Deep red hue, aromas of red fruit and fresh blossoms with smokey touches, a medium-full body with noticeable tannins and a residual taste of bittersweet chocolate.
Serving Suggestion :
To be paired with any full-flavoured meat dish such as smoky lamb short ribs or braised lamb shanks.
The wine also goes wonderfully with a hot serving of rich cassoulet on a cold night.
Price £69.99
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Chateau Virginie de Valandraud 2015

Château Valandraud is the result of considerable work of a passionate couple in the world of wine, Jean-Luc Thunevin and Murielle Andraud. After a great success in Saint-Emilion as merchant, their ambition was to own their vineyards and to make their own wine. In 1989, they acquired a small plot of 0.6 hectares in the valley of Saint-Emilion between Pavie-Macquin and La Clotte.

Deep red hue. Nose if tinted with aromas of vanilla, Black truffles and oriental spices. Beautiful length of Blackberry and red fruits

Serving Suggestion :
To be paired with any full-flavoured meat dish such as smoky lamb short ribs or braised lamb shanks.
The wine also goes wonderfully with a hot serving of rich cassoulet on a cold night.
Price £99.99

Teperberg Legacy Cabernet Franc

Cabernet Franc LEGACY is a fascinating wine. Its grapes are grown in a vineyard at a height of 350 meters on the slopes of the Ephraim Hills. This vineyard, with its unique micro-climate, has the clearest influence on the character of the wine.

Cabernet Franc grapes a carefully harvested mechanically and arrived at the winery in the early morning. Following a gentle crush the grapes were transferred into a chilled stainless steel tank for a day of cold soaking before the alcoholic fermentation. Upon completion of the cold soaking the alcoholic fermentation process began at a temperature of 28°C while applying different pump-over regimes for the extraction of colors, flavors and aromas.
Following the alcoholic fermentation the wine was soaked on skins for three days. Upon completion of the extended maceration process, the grapes were slowly pressed, at low pressure into a stainless steel tank where malolactic fermentation takes place in order to stabilize and soften the wine. 
Upon completion of the malolactic fermentation the 18-months-long maturation process began in New French oak wooden barrels. The wine was then bottled and continued to mature for another 10 months before release to the market.

Price £59.98

Benhaim Mythos 2014

A blend of 30% Merlot, 50% Petite Sirah and 20% Cabernet Franc. A wonderful wine for aging with proper storage.

Only produced in exceptional years, this is an impressive, full-bodied wine from Benhaim highest quality Vin Hors Series.

Aged in oak barrels first, then in bottles.

Winner - Terravino 2018 gold medal.

Price £89.98
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Servitude Volontaire 2013

Expressive, full-flavored and dense. Surprising range of red fruits, with great finesse without being jam-like.

100% Merlot.

The grapes are hand-picked into small crates. They are then manually destemmed and put uncrushed into small wooden vats by gravity flow. Pre-fermentation maceration is followed by manual punching down of the cap. The wine is run off directly via gravity into new French oak barrels for malolactic fermentation and ageing. Yield: 25-30 hectolitres per hectare.

Price £69.99

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