Fans of these wines need no introduction … they are our most-loved, most-rated and most popular wine selection in our chart record! And it’s not just our customers who love them, the show judges love them too. Look at the all-time bestselling Ermita, Ultima Edizione, 91-point Vinha das Margaridas rated by James Suckling, the all-time bestselling Le Coin, Mussel Pot Reserve, Gold-medal-winning Pierre Brecht Cuvée VF Pinot Gris and you’ll know why. And don’t forget the savings … a HUGE 46% off is waiting for you!
Bordeaux-born, Hervé Fabre took off in the 1990s to find a new source of fine wine. He discovered the wealth of old vine Malbec in Argentina and established the now-renowned Fabre Montmayou. In 2017, with his wife Diane, he decided to invest back in France, in Cahors, where fine Malbec originated. Indeed, wines from Cahors were once more prized than claret. He acquired a beautiful estate in Parnac – three properties in fact that took in the high limestone plateau, steep slopes and the valley.
Pinot Gris is a top grape of Alsace. The same as Pinot Grigio, here it produces lush, spiced apricot and pear fruit, beautifully illustrated by this Gold medal 2018. Using grapes from next door to a Grand Cru vineyard, this is rich, ripe and intense.
When we first previewed this at a customer tasting, it scored double the points of its nearest rival. Filippo Baccalaro combines ripe Montepulciano, cherry fresh Sangiovese, dark Primitivo and spicy Negroamaro for incredible, mouthfilling flavour.
Mussel Pot is one of our most popular New Zealand Sauvignons. Perhaps that's no surprise, as all the grapes come from a grower renowned for quality. This is the Reserve edition, using the pick of the crop. Even more delicious tropical fruit and zip.
Temperatures have risen a few degrees over the decades in Germany's top vineyards. The upside is that its dry whites have never tasted better, especially when they are from Weingut Leitz. This is a delightfully crisp, lemon and lime scented white.
Vermentino is the classy white grape of Sardinia and Provence. It works a treat in Sicily too, exhibiting here lots of pear, apple and citrus, with exotic floral hints thanks to a splash of Viognier. From an award winning cellar, it's summery fresh.
A wine from Ludovic Roussillon, the winemaker behind the generous ripe fruit and velvety tannins of Château Le Coin. In Moulin du Prieur, you’ll find the same appealing style. From a 5-star vintage, this 2019 has creamy blackberry and plum notes.
The Van Zeller family have a long Port-making history, and their Quinta do Noval 1931 was named one of the top two wines of the 20th century. Alvaro van Zeller, the 15th generation winemaker, took over much of the winemaking responsibilities at his family’s estates at an early age. He’s also now head of tasting at the Port and Douro Wines Institute (the IVDP).