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2021 Cellier des Dauphins Les Dauphins Rouge

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A decidedly southern style of wine with a bright garnet hue, a reflection of the sun-drenched terroirs from which it hails. It boasts a seductively smooth structure and notes of ripe, jammy fruit. The palate is silky smooth with notes of liquorice and vanilla.

2021 Cellier des Dauphins Les Dauphins Rose

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This rosé with its pale pink hue is a promise of a deliciously fresh drinking experience. Notes of fresh flowers give way toaromas of grapefruit and exotic fruit. A very charming rosé with an incredibly smooth texture.

2021 San Fabiano Calcinaia Chianti Classico DOCG

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90% Sangiovese, 10% Merlot. Ruby red colour with red hues. Nose: Violets, red raspberries and stewed rhubarb. Palate: Velvety tannins combined with red berry fruits and bright acidity.

New Scores For Nuiton-Beaunoy From Huon Hooke

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We’re so excited to announce the new scores from Huon Hooke at The Real Review for Nuiton-Beanoy of Burgundy, France. These premium wines landed in Australia about a month ago and are already turning heads. Contact us to secure your Burgundys today! 2019 Nuiton-Beaunoy ‘Pommard’ Rouge 96 pts – Huon Hooke (The Real Review): Medium-deep…

2022 Val du Soleu Organic Rose

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Pale and brilliantly gleaming with rose-petal highlights. Thiol type aromas of citrus fruit such as grapefruit and exotic fruit in the mouth. A rosé of outstanding natural freshness packed with deliciously crisp, tangy fruit. Remarkably well-balanced and mouth filling, with a persistence underscored by superb freshness. The elegance and aromatic power of Val Soléu transports us straight to the sun-filled valleys of the South of France!

600 Years Of Rich History

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Cafaggio is located in Greve, Chianti and has a rich history that dates back more than 600 years, with the first document, a parchment that was conserved in the estate’s archives, attesting its existence dating back to 1408. In the late fifteenth century, the property was owned by the Benedictine monks of Siena, before passing…

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