Plymouth gin can legally only be distilled within the ancient walls of the city of Plymouth. Its distinctive taste is created by avoiding excess bitter botanicals and using the crystal clear waters from Dartmoor.
Complex and persistent nose with marked notes of spicy and wild berries. On the palate is well-structured, elegant, round and smooth with fruity notes and soft tannins.
Elegant with complex aromas of white flowers, quince and subtle brioche overtones. On the palate the wine is intense yet retains a sense of delicacy with balanced notes of stone fruit.
Producing a very fresh, light and elegant style with a refreshing taste of minerality. It has delicate, bready aromas and a bright citrus palate. Stylish and crisp, this Champagne works very well with a wide array of foods
This wine now carries a sustainability seal, guaranteeing that the wine was produced in a manner that is respectful to the environment. Try partnering with salmon with Hollandaise sauce or for something less conventional green-lipped mussels.
The mid palate has a sweet peppery finish, which is achieved by the use of liquorice & nutmeg. Serve with a grapefruit twist to enahance its big citrus flavour and warm nutmeg finish.
Kept under screw cap to ensure all the tantalising citrus flavours are kept as fresh as possible, this opens with an array of elderflower and freshly mown grass aromas, leading to opulant citrus fruits on the palate.
A mineral and concentrated Riesling, the result of coming from a very low-yielding terraced vineyard of old vines. A truly great wine from one of the world’s greatest Riesling vineyards.
Light and aromatic with a redcurrant and sour-cherry tang. Corvina grapes bring body and structure to the wine, which performs perfectly with spaghetti alla vongole.
This rich, indulgent cognac commemorates the Accord Royal granted by King Louis XV to Rémy Martin, allowing the cognac house to use his land to plant vines.
Darker amber colour than the VS, the VSOP here stands for 'Very Special Old Pale' . This has a fresh, full nose with notes of vanilla, Limousin oak, rose and apricot. Very mellow cognac with a warm lingering finish.
Ridgeview Estate is a family business with a 6.5 hectare vineyard on the South Downs producing a lovely, crisp wine with biscuity notes and a very refreshing finish.
As the name ‘Chalk Hill’ implies, this part of Sonoma has chalky soils that impart a distinct mineral character. Barrel fermentation adds rich, toasty notes alongside pure citrus. Elegant and well balanced.
The Cabernet for this wine is grown in the heart of Sonoma county. It's a rich, concentrated and dense red with ripe, smooth tannins. It's been aged in oak to give a lovely hint of spice & mocha richness.