Corryvrechan Single malt, Ardberg
A powerful, well-textured and deeply flavoured Scotch. Smells of smokes seaweed. Dark chocolate, and olive aromas are detectable. A fine whisky for the connoisseur.
0211730, $ 183.95
Licor 43, ZM Distillery, Spain
The name reveals that the secret recipe contains 43 ingredients. This extraordinary flavourful liqueur should be enjoyed after an extensive meal, or between meals in cocktails.
0263780, No price provided
Brute Rose, Billecart-Salmon, Champagne, France
Appealing berry fruit aromas and orange peel dominate the nose. Bright and refined. An excellent rose champagne.
0724559, $ 91.95
Nivole Moscato d’Asti, 2012, Michele Chiarlo, Piedmont, Italy
This impressive, aromatic, low-alcohol muscat wine with a light fizz ought to be enjoyed after an extensive meal, or, if you feel like it, at 11 a m before lunch at
1 p m .
092888, $ 16.95
Chardonnay, Les Noisetiers, 2011, Kistler, Sonoma County, California
Aromas of apples/pears emanate from the glass.
Creamy, with good extract and balance.
A delicious, full-bore chardonnay from a fine winery.
0251223, $ 76.95
Turckheim Riesling, 2010, Zind-Humbrecht, Alsace, France
Offers apricot and melon flavours with good underlying acidity that elevates the appeal of the wine. Well balanced with a lingering aftertaste.
003103, $ 26.95
Trittenheimer Apotheke Rieslign Spatlese, 2011, Bollig-Lehnert, Mosel, Germany
Aromatic, light, and refined, with a little residual sugar for balance.
Easy to enjoy now with ripe stone fruits or delicate pastries.
0338186, $ 20.95
Macon Cruzille, 2010, Domaine de L’Echelette, Burgundy, France
0336982, $ 16.95
Cabernet Sauvignon, 2010, Plume Winery, Napa Valley, California
An absolutely delicious, full-bodied, deeply flavoured, superbly balanced wine that delivers cherry, and cassis aromas.
Would benefit from three to four years of cellaring, but can be enjoyed now with medium rare grille steaks or flavourful stews.
0287367, $ 31.95
Cabernet Sauvignon, 2010, Beringer, Napa valley, California
A powerful, richly layered, full bodied wine from northern Napa valley that is warmer than the southern part.
009158, $ 49.95
Reserva Malbec, 2009, Los Clop, Mendoza, Argentina
Black currant, blueberry and violet aromas abound. Full bodied and succulent. A very fine malbec to enjoy now or cellar for four to five years for more refinement.
0186650, $ 16.95
Pinot Noir, 2010, Thornbury, Central Otago, New Zealand
A very appealing pinot noir from this now well established region in new Zealand. Perfumed, well structured, silky and eminently drinkable.
0329706, $ 24.95
Chateau Haut Selve, 2009, Graves, Bordeaux, France
0738120, $ 20.95
Cabernet/merlot, 2010, Dornier, Stellenbosch, South Africa
0337527, $ 16.95
Chateau Larrivaux, 2009, Haut Medoc, Bordeaux, France
0192880, $ 22.85
Gigondas, 2011, Perre Amadieu Romane Machotte, Cotes du Rhone, France
0017400, $ 24.95
Brunello di Montalcino, 2006, Villa I Cipressi, Tuscany, Italy
0270595, $ 45.95
Amarone della Valpolicella Classico, 2006, Aldegheri, Veneto, Italy
0987305, $ 51.95
Rioja Reserva, 2006, Ramon Bilbao, Rioja, Spain
0281097, $ 19.95
Old Vines Garnacha, 2010, Bodegas Breca, Calatayud, Spain
0329086, $ 19.95
Barco de Piedra Tinto, 2011, Compania de Vinos del Atlantico, Ribera del Duero, Spain
0336289, $ 17.00
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