The newly released Crozes Thalabert from the superb 2015 vintage is an absolute bargain at just £196 per 12 bottles, in bond.
The newly released 2008 vintage of Viña Ardanza marks the 75th anniversary of this classic, traditional style Rioja and its winemaker, Julio Sáenz, thinks that it is comparable to the great 2001 vintage.
Sommeliers in the world’s top restaurants are famous for being able to sniff out a bargain. So when we see that one of our biggest selling wines is being bought almost exclusively by London’s top restaurants, we thought we should share the secret with you.
There is little doubt that 2013 is very good and might even touch greatness in some places. Here we have some of the best producers and best value wines from this special region.
The 2015 vintage from Guffens-Heynen has received rave reviews in Decanter magazine and, when we tasted recently, we were very impressed by their irresistible up-front personalities. These are hedonistic wines that punch well above their price points that will make fantastic drinking now and over the next few years.
From the great Rocche dell'Annunziata vineyard in Barolo, in the superb 2013 vintage and at an incredibly low price of £250 per 12 bottles, this Barolo from Costamagna must not be missed!
Here are three Chablis from the highly rated 2015 vintage at very modest prices, all from the mercurial Jean-Marie Guffens of Maison Verget. Despite the worldwide fame and reputation of Chablis, it still offers fantastic value for money.
When it comes to value for money in Bordeaux, we genuinely believe that it is impossible to beat the brilliant Lalande Pomerol wines of genius winemaker Denis Durantou.
Coquard Loison-Fleurot produce wines that are not only quintessential examples of their Burgundy villages but they are also fantastic value for money. What could be better? Well, they could be from a great vintage too - and these are!
The 2015s from Kumeu River are further evidence that this is an estate at the top of its game...still! The good news is that prices have remained very reasonable too - yet another reason why every wine lover should own these wines.
Since we first tasted Château Thénac’s flagship red – Fleur de Thénac – we have sold over 90,000 bottles across just two vintages with many of you buying it again and again – the ultimate acid test of a wine’s quality!
Pol Roger's 2008 vintage has now been released – one of the most eagerly anticipated recent vintages from this historic Champagne house.
Not only is Dom Pérignon's 2006 release "a beautifully balanced, harmonious Dom Pérignon" but there is also a huge disparity between the outstanding quality contained in the bottle and the price it commands in the market.
As ever, we have cherry picked the very best wines from the Verget range and, for the first time since we began importing these great value Burgundies, we can offer some in large formats too!
2010 is one of the greatest vintages ever made and Duhart-Milon not only represents good value for money but Parker has gone as far as to call it "a dead ringer for Lafite in a great vintage.”
2015 sees a welcome return to more consistent and favourable climatic conditions in the Rhône Valley. Here we have some fabulous producers from a vintage that has been called "…a beautiful vintage for Southern Rhône lovers…” by the Wine Advocate's Jeb Dunnuck
The newly released 2014 Quinta da Leda is a wine that caught our attention when we tasted it recently amongst an array of very high quality Douro red wines. It should come as no surprise, as this wine is made by Casa Ferreirinha - the Rolls-Royce of Portuguese still wine making.