Louis Roederer Brut Premier Nv.
A fruit-forward merlot from the Luis Felipe Edwards winery in Chile. This is full of ripe strawberry and cherry fruit with a little soft vanilla. An easy drinking wine, it's great with a variety of foods.
Produced in a very fresh style totally unencumbered by oak. Chardonnay forms the base, while the Muscat gives a uplifting, grapey tone, and the Viognier introduces peachy notes which last on this wine’s broad palate.
The marriage of old Oloroso and aged sweet Pedro Ximenez (PX) wine combine to produce glorious old sherry.in the Wines from Spain Awards 2014
Complex flavours of smoky wood, prunes and bitter chocolate rule the palate with nutty aromas and a smooth and warming finish.
This classic Bordeaux Supérieur is a blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon from specially selected vineyards around the region. A beautifully smooth and supple claret that's an ideal match with Sunday roasts.
Brandy with a light golden colour, a mild and gentle aroma and a taste that's fruity with a hint of wood. The majority of the blending components here come from the Borderies region of Cognac.
Made with lemon and lime oil and classic botanicals, then blended with Icelandic spring water and a small amount of cucumber, this is a zesty gin with soft juniper and balanced citrus.
From organically farmed vines, this wine is refined and fresh with aromas of ripe tropical fruit and a silky palate with a touch of citrus. It's a stylish apéritif or enjoy it with spiced mexican chicken and guacamole.
Hailing from Luberon in central Provence, Mirabeau La Folie Rosé is the perfect aperitif and pairs beautifully with salads, seafood tapas and summer fruit desserts.
Floral and lightly spiced with hints of coconut and leather, the palate displays a great balance between smooth vanilla, gentle spices and fruity notes of sultana and orange peel, leading to a subtly chocolaty finish.
Full of smooth, fruity notes of baked apples and yellow plums, with a little oak to round out the texture and a juicy, long finish. Delicious with chicken cordon bleu. Exclusive to Waitrose.
Morgon is without doubt the most typical of the ten Beaujolais Crus, or at least the easiest to identify at a tasting. Its terroir taste intensifies over time. It takes its name from a hamlet It may be laid down for many years.
Arguably Mount Gay can lay claim to being the oldest rum brand in the world. This golden rum has a beautiful colour and aromas of vanilla and apricot. It’s light in body, with a smooth yet complex taste.
A crisp and vibrant palate with concentrated fruit flavours. Classic green bean and tropical fruits on the front palate meld perfectly with zesty grapefruit acidity giving the wine a juicy and refreshing finish.