Category Archives: Red wine

Rousselle

EXCLUSIVE TO HELMSLEY WINES IN UK

Award winning wines of Chateau Rousselle, Cote De Bourg, Bordeaux & Award winning wines of Famille Doublet, Chateau Vignol, Entre-Deux-Mers, Bordeaux EXCLUSIVE TO HELMSLEY WINES IN UK . So, we’re finally entering spring and people are starting to come out of hibernation! While everyone has been willing the winter away, we’ve been busy hunting down the best value wines that the world can offer. . We are pleased to .
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Santuario Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina 2015

  Santuario Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina 2015 As you read this the credit cards should have been paid off and those of you who have braved “dry January” should be ready for a good bottle of wine! As February brings us Valentine’s Day to steam things up in the cold weather we bring you Santuario Malbec which sells like hotcakes during the weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day because it .
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CHATEAU TOUR DU PAS SAINT GEORGES 2012

Saint Georges Saint Emilion 60% Merlot, 35% Cabernet Franc and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon. With the festive period looming, there are few better wines to enjoy with your Christmas day feast than a good old claret. Therefore, we are absolutely delighted to invite you to discover this stonking wine from one of Bordeaux’s leading winemakers Pascal Delbeck who, for twenty years, was responsible for the wines produced at Ausone for .
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Lionheart of the Barossa Shiraz, Australia

Fresh from our Aussie cousins comes the multi award winning Dandelion Vineyards “Lionheart of the Barossa” Shiraz 2013 Where is Barossa Valley? The Barossa Valley is a valley in South Australia located 37 miles northeast of Adelaide. It is famed for its wine making, in particular Shiraz, and is the location of one Australia’s most prized wines “Penfold’s Grange” which new vintages start from around £300 a bottle. However, .
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Milú – September’s Wine of the Month

Milú D.O. Ribera del Duero, Spain . Milú seeks to bring back the tastes of past years in a fresh and frisky sip of wine. A cracking wine for everyday and for everyone… . Producer Profile: Ribera del Duero is an area known for big reputations, big wines, and big oak influence… so we were pleased to come across winemaker Germán Blanco, a young winemaker who is championing a .
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Wine of the Month: Farnese, Fantini Sangiovese IGT Terre di Chieti, Italy

This Sangiovese is a real surprise, frankly not overtly Sangiovese in character, but with a lovely smoky, chocolaty, jam fruit style. Really easy drinking and soft, almost creamy texture and a nice dusty gentle tannic finish. A great mid-week glass and a snap at this price. Producer –  The Farnese group owns Gran Sasso, Vesevo, Vigneti Zabu, Vigneti del Salento, Vigneti del Vulture and Tufarello, among others, but this .
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Wine of the Month: Il Cascinone Crocera Barbera d’Asti, Piemonte, Italy 2013.

This month we bring you another absolute stunner of a wine from winemaker Claudio Manera who has made a generous wine with great structure; Barbera- the true expression of Piemonte. This wine will certainly shake off those January blues.   Producer Details:  Claudio Manera has run this exceptional estate in the Monferrato hills which was bought by Araldica in 1999. After 15 years of replanting, 60 hectares of the .
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Finca Las Moras Malbec Reserva, Argentina

If you’re looking for a stunning wine to go with a nice juicy steak or a hearty winter casserole, this Malbec is the perfect match.   High altitude combined with irrigation of the purest snow melt in the Andes creates a Malbec with bold dark fruits, savoury notes and hints of spice on the finish.   About the producer:   Finca Las Moras, Est 2001, is a pioneer winery .
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Rasteau ‘Les Banquettes Escarpées, Rhone, France 2012

As we write this the sun is shining and the Indian summer seems to be continuing, only the cold blast of chilled wind reminds us that winter is just around the corner. A time for hearty stews, casseroles and gamey dishes. With this in mind we bring this month a cracking smooth, rich and supple classic from the newest appellation in Southern Rhone to compliment good winter fare and .