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Alain Voge
2015 Les Bulles d'Alain, Alain Voge, Saint-Péray Dry | White | Sparkling

Alain Voge’s pithy sparkling wine, Les Bulles d’Alain, is unlike anything else we have on our list. It is lively, dry, refreshing, and refined. If you’re in the mood for bubbles, but don’t want the weight of a Champagne, this is the perfect option, and a smart price too. It’s a very good example of why Saint-Péray has built its renown for sparkling wines.

Ready: 2020 - 2024
Albert Boxler
2017 Riesling Sommerberg Grand Cru Jeunes Vignes, Albert Boxler Dry | White | Still | 13%

Sommerberg is the steep 19 hectare grand cru hillside that rises up behind the village of Niedermorschwihr, where the Boxler cellar is located. Indeed, Sommerberg is synonymous with Boxler: his is the most famous and celebrated iteration of the vineyard. The ‘young vines’ here are actually 35 years old, and produce a wine with a fresh, juicy tension. The 2017 has notes of lime blossom, sea breeze and fresh peaches on the nose, with taut freshness , and an energetic drive to a long and elegant finish.

Ready: 2020 - 2030
Azienda Agricola Lalù
2020 Barbera d'Alba, Azienda Agricola Lalù, Piedmont Dry | Red | Still | 14.5%

From the team at Lalu, Lara and Luisa, this is stunning. So perfumed and elegant, it shows a whole new side to Barbera. Long, savoury, and beautifully fresh, it's not to be missed.

Ready: 2022 - 2028
Barone di Villagrande
2017 Contrada Villagrande Etna Rosso, Barone di Villagrande, Sicily Red | Still

Wow. What purity and focus, and also such silky tannins. This is a brilliant red. Notes of pomegranate and rose petal, and lots of blood orange add to the core of red fruit. The tannins are talc-like, and there’s such focus on the palate. This is outstanding.

Ready: 2021 - 2032
Blank Bottle
2019 But Why?, Blank Bottle Dry | Red | Still

A cool climate Cabernet Sauvignon, with very refined tannins, a little clove spice and lifted lavender notes, and a lovely core of dark fruit. Pieter is so talented when it comes to this grape variety.

Young: 2023 - 2035
2020 Luuks, Blank Bottle Dry | White | Still | 12.5%

Luuks means luxury in Afrikaans, and this was the first wine with which Pieter had ever used new oak. It's a real delight: lots of spicy notes from that oak, but it's retained the texture and focus we love in Pieter's wines.

Young: 2022 - 2028
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By Farr
2019 Shiraz, By Farr, Geelong, Victoria Dry | Red | Still | 13.5%

A brilliant cool climate Shiraz from the By Farr team in 2019. Bright and fresh with sappy berries alongside some riper black fruit. There’s some black pepper and earthiness and a silky texture.

Ready: 2022 - 2038
CVNE
2018 Contino Blanco, Contino, Rioja Dry | White | Still | 12.5%

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Château Brane-Cantenac
2009 Château Brane-Cantenac, Cru Classé Margaux Dry | Red | Still

Ready: 2015 - 2029
Château Marsau
2016 Château Marsau, Côtes des Francs Dry | Red | Still

This 100% Merlot is juicy, pure and sumptuous. Here, clay soils retained moisture throughout the long dry summer of 2016, meaning that this has remained balanced and fresh. With a long, well-defined finish, this is surely the best Marsau ever.

Ready: 2021 - 2031
Château Raymond-Lafon
2015 Château Raymond-Lafon, Sauternes Sweet | White | Still

The 2015 Raymond Lafon is a brilliant Sauternes. Notes of saffron and green pineapple on the nose give way to a spicy palate of so much poise and finesse. There’s a richness here, but also a focus and savouriness that makes it oh-so-easy to drink. Brilliantly done, from a hidden gem of Sauternes.

Ready: 2021 - 2045
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Château de la Négly
2021 La Brise Marine, Château de la Négly, La Clape, Languedoc Dry | White | Still | 13.5%

This salty, expressive white from this enterprising estate in Languedoc offers outstanding value for money. Aromas of fresh white flowers and the salty spray of the Mediterranean make this citrus scented white the perfect aperitif. Balanced, refreshing, unfussy and delicious.

Ready: 2022 - 2024
Cirillo Estate
2020 'The Vincent' Grenache, Cirillo Estate, Barossa Valley Dry | Red | Still | 14%

This Grenache is produced by Marco Cirillo from two 100+ year old vineyards from the renowned Barossa Valley. Full of rich fruit and spice, the palate is generous with intense and classically Grenache characteristics. It’s smooth, rounded, and generous with fantastic texture from 12 months maturing in old foudres. A true bargain, this is a wine that can be enjoyed now, or well into the future.

Young: 2022 - 2035
Claudie Jobard
2020 Rully Rouge La Chaume, Claudie Jobard Dry | Red | Still

Claudie’s father, in his days of running a plant nursery with access to a huge range of plant material, planted seven different clones of Pinot Noir in this 2.5 hectare site. Now at 45 years old, this diversity, twinned with the quality of vineyard husbandry, means the vineyard is thriving. The different clones call for pruning and harvesting at different times, but it’s an effort worth making, as the wine is texturally sophisticated, juicy, and full of Pinot nuance. So balanced and extremely drinkable.

Young: 2022 - 2030
Domaine Blaise Duboux
2019 Haut de Pierre Dézaley Grand Cru, Blaise Duboux, Switzerland Dry | White | Still

Les Hauts de Pierre is the pinnacle of Blaise’s production. It comes from a single parcel of old vine Chasselas, and is powerful, textured, and intense, almost reminiscent of top Burgundy. This 2019 is a little closed, but with texture and purity on the palate, it points to a long life ahead. The salinity and leesy complexity on the palate lasts an age, with notes of citrus and more savoury elements unfurling over time: this is a remarkable Swiss white.

Young: 2023 - 2033
Domaine Graeme & Julie Bott
2018 Condrieu, Domaine Graeme & Julie Bott Dry | White | Still | 13.5%

A small amount of grapes that go into this wine come from Graeme and Julie's back garden - classified Condrieu terroir, and the kick-starter for building their own domaine. The 2018 is full of sweet, floral, honey notes. The palate is fleshy, clean, and with a silky flow. This is a stunning Condrieu, and indicative of the brilliant talent at this new domaine.

Ready: 2020 - 2025
Domaine Jean Grivot
2013 Nuits-St-Georges 1er Cru Les Pruliers, Jean Grivot Dry | Red | Still | 13%

This Nuits premier cru combines the sweet red fruit of the 2013 vintage and the savoury structure of the commune. As it has evolved in bottle it has developed complex sous-bois aromas of undergrowth, spice, and leather, still with its Pinot red berry fruit driving along to a long, elegant finish. It is cool and understated, with particularly fine tannins supported by a little oak that integrates seamlessly.

Ready: 2018 - 2027
Domaine Marcel Couturier
2020 Mâcon, Aux Scellés, Domaine Marcel Couturier Dry | White | Still

This parcel of young vines (around 15 years old) lies right next to Marcel’s house. He says it’s a wine to open and enjoy young. Given what good value it is you certainly can get stuck in. It has a bright and fruity character, with the vintage’s wonderful natural freshness.

Young: 2022 - 2026
Domaine Paul Prieur et Fils
2019 Sancerre Pieuchaud Silex, Domaine Paul Prieur et Fils Dry | White | Still | 13.5%

Pieuchaud is a flinty-soiled lieu-dit in the commune of Thauvenay in the south-east of the Sancerre appellation. Luc decided to isolate this vineyard after noting it always produced fruit with great maturity whilst maintaining high acidity - the secret to single vineyard wines in his opinion. In 2019 is is smoky, restrained, agile, and subtle. It would do well for a few years in the cellar, and its saline, savoury structure will make it an excellent food wine in the years to come. Tightly coiled and highly charged.

Young: 2022 - 2032
Domaine Philippe Colin
2018 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Chenevottes, Domaine Philippe Colin Dry | White | Still

85 year old vines, with a few of 60 years old, this has ginger and spice, and plenty of elegance. This is nervy and focussed, with lovely texture and purity.

Young: 2022 - 2028
Domaine de la Vieille Julienne
2018 Côtes du Rhône Lieu-dit Clavin, Domaine de la Vieille Julienne Dry | Red | Still | 14%

This is so much more than your average Côtes du Rhône. It comes from the vines that surround the cellar, sitting just beyond the northern border of Châteauneuf. It is so textured and fresh, with energy, purity, and density. Its juicy red fruits combine with a lovely salty minerality making for a charming, drinkable style.

Ready: 2021 - 2030
Domaine des Herbauges
2020 Château de la Pierre Vieilles Vignes Muscadet Côtes de Grandlieu sur Lie, Domaine des Herbauges Dry | White | Still | 12%

This beautiful property was bought by Jérôme in 2007. He says that, as well as a perfect place to grow vines, it’s also the ultimate picnic spot, where the family like to shuck oysters with a bottle of the château’s delicious wine. Precise and refreshing, with a citrus, floral nose. The sur lie ageing gives it a fine texture and a lively freshness which are so well expressed in this light-bodied, paradigm Muscadet.

Ready: 2022 - 2025
Domaine des Pierres Seches
2019 Saint-Joseph, Domaine des Pierres Seches Dry | Red | Still

This comes from many parcels dotted around the central and southern part of the appellation. Sylvain intelligently handles his fruit: the young vine bunches are destemmed, while the older vines’ stems are kept intact, combining them to produce a highly juicy, perfumed style. A glossy style bursting with fruit.

Ready: 2021 - 2028
Domaine du Closel
2019 Savennières Les Caillardières, Domaine du Closel Dry | White | Still | 14.5%

These vines are grown on sandstone soils, and are picked around 10 days after La Jalousie, when the skins are a little thicker and beginning to turn golden brown. The wine is aged for 18 months in demi-muids, and the result is a wine that so perfectly captures the essence of Chenin Blanc. This is all crisp russet apple with just a hint of nutty complexity emerging. The palate is, whilst arresting in its freshness, also so silky in texture - a quality Evelyne says is typical of Les Caillardières. This is the dark horse of the Closel cellar: one to drink before the Clos du Papillon perhaps, but capably of giving as much enjoyment from its complex layer.

Ready: 2021 - 2030