New World Collection
Storm Wines Wild Air Sauvignon Blanc, 2018: Wild Air is a brilliant, zippy, concentrated Sauvignon with good textural depth to match its freshness – close your eyes and you could be drinking a ripe vintage Sancerre.
Ochota Barrels The Slint Chardonnay, 2017: A tightly wound, cool climate Chardonnay, with a nose of granny smith apples and honeysuckle spice, that opens up to notes of gun flint, bee’s wax and lemon rind. The palate is taut and precise, and finishes long with powerful elegance.
Force Majeure Chenin Blanc, 2018: A thirst quenching apéritif, light but energetic - to be enjoyed with crudités, salads, white fish and shellfish.
Varner Foxglove Cabernet Sauvignon, 2017: Twin brothers Jim and Bob Varner are excellent value for such quality wines. "Does California produce a better Cabernet for the price? Beautifully pure and expressive, bursting with clean raspberry fruit annd nicely balanced." Decanter Magazine.
Grace Bridge Pinot Noir, 2016: Richard Hemming says it all; "...the most rare wine in the world is good, proper Pinot Noir for under £15 a bottle - that's the real holy grail. Grace Bridge is most certainly one of them."
Mother Rock Grenache, 2016: The vineyard is fully organic and the grapes are handpicked in three phases. "Very fine, perfumed and expressive with a slightly herby nose. Vibrant, juicy, pure red, cherry fruit palate is so expressive." 96/100 Jamie Goode.