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These wines have been making headlines, picking up medals and discerning admirers from all over the world.
Check out this selection of medal winning and press recommended wines.
Type: Syrah / Shiraz
Wonderful quality Syrah that would easily match up to one from the Northern Rhone, at a fraction of the price. Tabali are such a favourite of ours (and yours!) that we try to swipe as much of their produce as possible - and you love us for it!
Frighteningly good Syrah, which has everything that the grape is meant to have, like that lovely white pepper character. But which also has a hugely pure intensity that would be hard to equal.
Multiple award winner - winning awards in 2009, 2010 and 2011.
Decanter says: "Spicy, rich and developed, still showing earthy pepper notes. Great fruit expression."
Type: Grenache blend
This wine is very dear to our heart as we had a hand at helping make it. Years of intense graft and what you have here is a super intense Spanish red that will sit happily on any dinner table and is sure to be the star of the show.
Straight out the heart of the famous Capsanes co-operative comes this supercharged, fruit-bomb of a wine. Its drinking perfectly now and has a host of fantastic awards backing it up.
Decanter Bronze Award, IWC Commended and IWSC quality award.
Type: Champagne blend
Along with a beautiful creamy texture, this champagne has a wonderful citrus and toasty flavour that comes from the ripe grapes from the Southern Gremillet location. Perfect chilled for any celebration or simply just for an evening treat.
Champagne is usually saved for special occasions but when you check out this beauty you'll be finding excuses to crack open a bottle left, right and center.
Decanter Bronze Award, IWSC Gold Award 2009 and 2010, IWSC Trophy Award in Non-Vintage Champagne and Gold Award at the International Wine and Spirit Competition 2007.
The real selling point of this Champagne is offering value for money whilst still maintaining the quality you'd expect from this prestigious region.