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  1. Vine Mind Riesling
    £16.50
    Florals like daisies, lime, musk, a hint of salted caramel and a high tone pinch of lavendar. Waves of basalt float across the palate. Kiwifruit through to quince sit in the background to crisp fuji apples. A poignant finish of acid verve is balanced with a hinted generosity of that same caramel.

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  2. Adelina Vinemind Shiraz Malbec
    £17.50
    AC Cola (remember that?) to sarsparilla. Like baking rock cakes with pounds of cinnamon and nutmeg. The palate is cherries soaked in cola, dutch cocoa hangs through the mid-palate, with a zip-line-like finish where there are bits and pieces of vanilla pod, black currants, and vine ripened blackberries.  

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  3. Alpha Box & Dice Dead Winemaker's Society Dolcetto
    £17.99

    With a sweetly decomposing autumnal underbrush nose, the wine leads into a palate of ripe bitter cherries with a gently leafy tannic spine. Another deliciously more-ish Italianette varietal from AB&D best served at (drumroll…) tomb temperature.

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  4. Alpha Box & Dice Enigma Barbera
    £17.99

    With the colour of arterial blood, the nose reveals wild berries, rhubarb and custard. The palate oozes strawberries and cream mixed with pink lemonade.

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  5. Chaffey Bros. Kontrapunkt Kerner
    £18.99

    Citrus rind, grapefruit with spicy complexity. On the palate there's a surprising length and power with a hint of pleasing bitterness and chalky minerality.

    Pair with chicken with lemon, Pad Thai or cod fillet with fennel.

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  6. Chaffey Bros. Pax Aeterna Old Vine 'Barossa Nouveau' Grenache
    £18.99

    An exciting perfumed aroma, bursting with fresh cranberry, anise and spice. The palate is full of crunchy red fruits with a hint of savoury complexity. Energetic and unashamedly delicious.

    This could be a red for summertime drinking on its own but equally perfect for wild mushrooms, charcuterie, and dishes with some complex herbs such as tarragon.

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  7. Chaffey Bros. Tripelpunkt Riesling
    £17.50

    A lively, pure Riesling with slatey, gunmetal-like characteristics combined with flavours of lemon sorbet and an assortment of floral notes.

    The purity and acidity in this wine would pair well with salads including fresh fennel or raw courgette. Seafood stirfries would also be a perfect accompaniment.

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  8. Clovella Mataro Grenache
    £14.50

    The wine is deliciously soft, dark,voluptuous and headily perfumed with sultry spices, yet light on its feet and alarmingly more-ish. With only 600 cases ever possible from this tiny block, it is a wine and a project to savour.

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  9. Dandelion Vineyards 'Pride of the Fleurieu' Cabernet Sauvignon
    £13.99

    An intense, regal purple with bright edges. A good indication as to what is to follow. Scented blueberries, cassis and anise aromas with baking spice, cedar and blackberry notes. Rich, deep, full-flavoured, blueberry, black plums, figs and red berry flavours. Cedar, clove, nutmeg and classic cabernet tannins are softened by smooth, mouth-filling fruit before a really extended finish.

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  10. Dandelion Vineyards Enchanted Garden of the Eden Valley Riesling
    £12.99

    The appearance of this Riesling foretells the pristine and unalloyed quality of its fruit. Classic aromatics of citrus zest, lemon foliage and hints of dragon fruit flowers are etched by a clear steely minerality. This is an attractively textural wine displaying the variety's intense purity. Bone dry, its structure and length is underpinned by austere acidity.

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  11. Dandelion Vineyards `Lion`s Tooth of McLaren Vale` Shiraz/Riesling
    £13.99

    Deep red with youthful hints of violet. Rose petals and lifted red fruit aromas mingle with berries and a little lime marmalade from the co- fermentation with the aromatic Eden Valley Riesling. Wild cherries, blueberries and mulberries are balanced by spicy oak aromas. The palate is opulent and intense, with red berries balanced by soft velvety tannins and supple oak. The intriguing finish is derived from the unique, enlightened co-ferment.

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  12. Fowles Wine Are You Game Chardonnay
    £14.99

    With a dash of Arneis, this Chardonnay is pale gold in colour. Aromas of nectarine, white peach and tropical fruits mingle with subtle oak on the nose. The palate has tropical fruit acidity and a fresh slightly chalky texture.

    Served perfectly with wild – sourced pheasant.

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  13. Fowles Wine 'Are You Game' Pinot Noir
    £14.99

    With a dash of Sangiovese, this wine is a vibrant cherry red colour. Aromas of strawberry, cherry and spicy oak excite the nose. The palate is soft and bright with flavours of fresh red fruits and silky texture.

    Matches perfectly with roast rabbit wrapped in a blanket of prosciutto.

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  14. Fowles Wine Are You Game Shiraz
    £14.99

    Youthful red in colour with some bright purple hues, this shiraz has aromas of plum, black and green pepper and subtle oak. The palate is elegantly structured and well-balanced, with notes of ripe plum, chocolate and spice – and a great length of flavour.

    Perfect with all manner of meaty morsels.

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  15. Innocent Bystander Chardonnay
    £17.50

    Fresh pear and lemon perfumes combine with notes of delicate white flowers. Lovely soft aromas of poached apple and marzipan evolve in the glass. Crisp, fresh and dry on the palate, the wine is tightly sprung then unwinds to reveal a citrus pith texture, wrapped around a fresh stone fruit core.

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  16. Innocent Bystander Pinot Gris
    £16.50

    The nose is brimming with fresh cut pears, snow pea shoots, and notes of lemon thyme. The palate is marked with lime flowers and an intriguing touch of miso. It is fresh, crisp and bone-dry and finishes with a lemon sorbet twang.

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