Across the slope from Saint-Émilion's prestigious Grands Crus Châteaux Faugères and de Pressac lies little Château de Colombe – offering top quality Bordeaux at a fraction of the price of its neighbours. Multiple Gold wins this vintage, including at the Gilbert & Gaillard International Challenge: "… plum, red fruits, fine spices, liquorice, discreet oak. Pretty perfume…" and rated 4.1 stars on Vivino.
Barossa Shiraz is a classic on the international stage, and Peter Lehmann is one of its best-known producers. The Pastor's Son has knockout richness and depth, with lots of dense blackberry, dark chocolate and vanillin spice. A delicious match for steaks and peppercorn sauce.
The Silva family first planted vines in Chile's Colchagua Valley more than 100 years ago. Casa Silva has four times won 'Winery of the Year', while Vitis named them 'Most awarded of the century'. This velvety yet toasty red sets the benchmark for outstanding Pinot Noir.
As the name suggests, this wine is the ultimate creation of a cellar that has won Top Italian Winery in 2016, '17 and '19. Rounded, with ripe stone-fruit intensity and underlying freshness. Respected Italian wine critic Luca Maroni gives it 98pts – an incredible feat considering 99pts is the highest score he has ever awarded!
One of our most elegant Proseccos with a creamy, light, steady mousse and delicate apricot fruit. This deliciously moreish fizz is treated with absolute care in the vineyards, many of which are in the superior DOCG areas. "Wow. What a great prosecco. Flavourful, dry and great as an aperitif or with a meal" (5-Star Customer Review).
A silky rich and lavish Chilean Pinot Noir from a top estate and Winemaker of the Year for at a superb price? This is a stunning buy. So when you have the opportunity to secure their silky rich and lavish Casa Silva Reserva Cuvee Colchagua Pinot Noir 2019, what do you do? You grab it, that’s what! Limited quantities available – secure yours now!
Fili is one of our most elegant Proseccos – a creamy, light, steady mousse with delicate apricot fruit. It’s the work of Paolo Sacchetto, whose family have been making great wines since the 1920s. Quality driven, this is a deliciously moreish fizz.
It's the sort of luxury cuvée usually destined for Rome's top restaurants – a rare blend of Pecorino, Moscato and Sauvignon grapes, hand-picked from the best vineyards and crafted to make a terrific white with lots of character and refreshing elegance. Top choice with seafood or fennel risotto.
Across the slope from Saint Emilion’s Grands Crus Châteaux Faugères and de Pressac lies little Château de Colombe. It sits on the same limestone ridge but in less fashionable Castillon. Hence this top vintage claret is both delicious and well priced.