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Year Wine Region Format Qty Score Price Wishlist
Kanonkop Paul Sauer 2015 (6x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £1,799.27
2015

Kanonkop Paul Sauer 2015 (6x75cl)

Tim Atkin (100)

A great wine, with a distinguished track record in one of the best-ever Cape vintages: if any South African wine deserves 100 points, and I strongly believe that it does, then it is the brilliant 2015 Paul Sauer, one of the greatest young wines I have ever tasted. Cabernet Sauvignon-based with 15% each of Merlot and Cabernet Franc, this is intense, refined and well balanced, with seamless tannins and structure and beautifully integrated new oak. Bravo Kanonkop! Bravo South Africa! 2023-35.
Delivery to Storage from 2 Dec 2021

Coastal Region 6x75cl 1 100 (TA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £1,799.27
Muga Aro 2015 (3x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £632.03
2015

Muga Aro 2015 (3x75cl)

Jeb Dunnuck (100)

Only produced in great vintages (it hasn't been produced since 2010), the 2015 Aro focuses on a mix of Tempranillo and Graciano and is a normal blend of 70% Tempranillo and 30% Graciano in 2015 that was sourced from a sandy, loam vineyard in the Rioja Alta. The vinification occurs in larger oak tanks and the wine spends 18 months in new French oak followed by a year in bottle before release. Incredible notes of liquid violets, blueberries, blackberries, smoked earth, chocolate, and graphite aromas and flavors all dominate the bouquet, and it’s rich, full-bodied, ultra-pure, and flawlessly balanced on the palate. This is a powerful, magical wine in every sense. It needs 4-5 years of bottle age and will keep for 20-25 years or more.
Delivery to Storage from 31 Dec 2021

Rioja 3x75cl 2 100 (JD) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £632.03
Pingus 2014 (6x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £6,306.47
2014

Pingus 2014 (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

I don't think I've ever tasted a wine more recently bottled than the 2014 Pingus, which was bottled in the morning and I tasted it that very same evening! Peter Sisseck compares this to the 1995, the first vintage ever produced, when he learned that when you have such perfect grapes, you should do very little to the wine. He's been trying to replicate that first vintage, but there's nothing you can do to force it, as it has to be the natural conditions of the vintage that bring those grapes. What he also learned with the 1995 was that with wines like that, you need a long and slow aging in oak; so for the 2014, he decided to do a little longer élevage—three winters in barrel—but in 100% used barrels, something he started in 2012. If it would have been new oak, as in the past, it would have been impossible to have such extended aging without marking the wine too much and possibly forever. The wine was quite tannic to start with, but it was racked every six months, and in that way they have managed to tame those tannins without getting the wine tired, as the aging itself was quite reductive. The nose is quite harmonious and open, but maybe not very expressive, a normal thing considering the extremely short bottle age it had (hours!), but it should gain precision in bottle. In instances like this, you have to guide yourself by the palate. And it's precisely on the palate where you find that texture that is almost unique to Ribera del Duero when it's as perfect as this. It's very different from other zones, a velvety mouthfeel and a surrounding sensation of comfort, incredibly long. The tannins are ultra fine and with that subtle chalkiness of the limestone soils, which also added to the tastiness and the supple aftertaste. In short, I cannot think of a way of improving this Pingus other, than getting a magnum instead of a regular bottle! Congratulations, Peter Sisseck! 4,800 bottles were filled on January 16th of 2017, a slightly shorter production than the average, because part of the vines were hit by hail and didn't make it into the final blend. Now stay tuned for 2015 and 2016.
Delivery to Storage from 2 Dec 2021

Castilla y Leon 6x75cl 1 100 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £6,306.47
Pingus 2016 (6x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £6,010.07
2016

Pingus 2016 (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

I was really looking forward to the 2016 Pingus in bottle, as the sample I tasted last time promised to be one of the best (if not the best!) Pinguses to date. Few (if any) vintages of Pingus have shown such integration of the oak, especially considering the wine is so extremely young. It has precision and symmetry, elegance and austerity à la Audrey Hepburn. This 2016 is like an updated version of the 1996, produced with a lot more knowledge that helped them find this purity, freshness and elegance. Peter Sisseck described it as seamless, and I could only agree. He also said that this is probably his ideal of what the wine from Ribera del Duero should be. The wine was kept in barrel for an extra couple of months and was finally bottled in August 2018; there were 8,100 bottles produced. It delivered all the sample promised, and perhaps a bit more...
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Castilla y Leon 6x75cl 2 100 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £6,010.07
Pingus 2018 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £1,865.36
2018

Pingus 2018 (1x150cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

I was really looking forward to the bottled version of the 2018 Pingus after a great showing of the cask sample last year. Part of the wine matured in 20,000-liter oak casks, so it's not all barrique. This is the first time they used the vats, and based on the results, Sisseck thinks in the future Pingus will be around 50% in oak vats. The Pingus vines were planted in 1929 in two different sectors of the village of La Horra, Barroso and San Cristobal and contain some 2% other varieties. The vineyards are certified organic and biodynamic and are manicured like few vineyards in Spain. The wine is subtle and harmonious, elegant and insinuating, with all the components in very good balance. This is precise and pure; Sisseck is thorough and meticulous, and the wine shows that precision. This follows the line of the 2016, showing very well even if it was bottled only one month before I tasted it. 9,300 bottles were filled in August 2020.
Delivery to Storage from 2 Dec 2021

Castilla y Leon 1x150cl 2 100 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £1,865.36
Pingus 2018 (3x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £2,708.03
2018

Pingus 2018 (3x75cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

I was really looking forward to the bottled version of the 2018 Pingus after a great showing of the cask sample last year. Part of the wine matured in 20,000-liter oak casks, so it's not all barrique. This is the first time they used the vats, and based on the results, Sisseck thinks in the future Pingus will be around 50% in oak vats. The Pingus vines were planted in 1929 in two different sectors of the village of La Horra, Barroso and San Cristobal and contain some 2% other varieties. The vineyards are certified organic and biodynamic and are manicured like few vineyards in Spain. The wine is subtle and harmonious, elegant and insinuating, with all the components in very good balance. This is precise and pure; Sisseck is thorough and meticulous, and the wine shows that precision. This follows the line of the 2016, showing very well even if it was bottled only one month before I tasted it. 9,300 bottles were filled in August 2020.
5 In Stock - Immediate Delivery

Castilla y Leon 3x75cl 5 100 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £2,708.03
Porseleinberg Swartland Syrah 2018 (12x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £1,110.94
2018

Porseleinberg Swartland Syrah 2018 (12x75cl)

Tim Atkin (100)

In the right hands, great sites produce great wines. Since its inception in 2010, Porseleinberg has been one of the Cape's most exciting reds, but nothing quite prepared me for the transcendent brilliance of this wine. In uenced by some time spent at Domaine Jamet in Côte Rôtie - particularly their use of a submerged cap during fermentation - Callie Louw has made a stunning Syrah, proving his skills as both a farmer and a winemaker. In 2018, the style has shifted, away from power and grip to something more scented and re ned. Focused, nuanced and very delicately oaked, with raspberry and wild strawberry fruit, clove and white pepper spice and textured tannins. Simply world class. 2023-35
1 In Stock - Immediate Delivery

Coastal Region 12x75cl 1 100 (TA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £1,110.94
Remirez de Ganuza Rioja Gran Reserva 2004 (1x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £779.08
2004

Remirez de Ganuza Rioja Gran Reserva 2004 (1x75cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

However, (surprise, surprise) even better is the 2004 Gran Reserva which has yet to be released. It spent 5 years in barrel before bottling. Purple/black in color with a surreal bouquet of kinky spice, truffle, mineral, and black fruit aromas, on the palate it is remarkably powerful, yet elegant. Mouth-filling, complex, and staggeringly rich, it has the balance to evolve for 15-20 years and should easily have a 50 year lifespan.
Delivery to Storage from 2 Dec 2021

Rioja 1x75cl 6 100 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £779.08
Toro Albala Don PX Convento Seleccion 1946 (1x600cl)
Inc. VAT: £2,275.58
1946

Toro Albala Don PX Convento Seleccion 1946 (1x600cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

The 1946 Don PX Convento Seleccion produced with Pedro Ximenez grapes dehydrated under the sun at the time of the Second World War, was only bottled in September 2011. This is an extreme wine, my first descriptor was ultra-mega-super concentrated. It is unbelievably powerful, both in the nose and the palate, full of umami, with sweet cinnamon, Christmas cake, camphor, petrol, lemongrass, Belgian chocolate and butter. Incredibly complex and rich, sweet, balanced and smooth in the palate, it is both very sweet and somehow salty, and with time it develops a black olive note. It combines the texture of the 1962 and the elegance of the 1949. It is as decadent as it gets. 825 bottles were produced. This wine will survive all of us. These wines are kept for generations and offered in very small quantities, but it’s amazing that you can still buy and drink something so old, and I’m even tempted to say that it might represent good value for what it is. A real tour de force sweet wine. Drink it if you ever have the privilege to do so from 2013-2060.
Delivery to Storage from 2 Dec 2021

Andalucia 1x600cl 1 100 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £2,275.58
Vega Sicilia Unico 2006 (1x150cl)
Inc. VAT: £914.36
2006

Vega Sicilia Unico 2006 (1x150cl)

James Suckling (100)

Incredibly floral and beautiful with dark berry, spice, cedar and mint. Chinese plums. Asian spices. Bark. Tea. Full body, dense and so soft and complex. The finish goes on for minutes. Endless and fine. January 2017 release. This reminds me of the gorgeous 1991 or 1964. Drink forever. A wine that you want to spend time with.
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Castilla y Leon 1x150cl 2 100 (JS) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £914.36
Vega Sicilia Unico 2006 (3x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £1,076.03
2006

Vega Sicilia Unico 2006 (3x75cl)

James Suckling (100)

Incredibly floral and beautiful with dark berry, spice, cedar and mint. Chinese plums. Asian spices. Bark. Tea. Full body, dense and so soft and complex. The finish goes on for minutes. Endless and fine. January 2017 release. This reminds me of the gorgeous 1991 or 1964. Drink forever. A wine that you want to spend time with.
2 In Stock - Immediate Delivery

Castilla y Leon 3x75cl 2 100 (JS) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £1,076.03
Vega Sicilia Unico 2010 (3x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £845.03
2010

Vega Sicilia Unico 2010 (3x75cl)

Tim Atkin MW (100)

Vega Sicilia Único Reserva 2010 (14%) Perfection is as rare in wine as it is in most things in life, but this is a stunning Único, reflecting the quality of one of the greatest vintages of the last century. Blended with 6% Cabernet Sauvignon, as it was in 2009, it's still a very youthful wine right now, with closeknit tannins, thrilling acidity, layers of spices, fresh earth, tobacco, red and black fruits, some oak sweetness and a wonderfully refreshing, leafy undertone. Simply stunning.
Delivery to Storage from 20 Nov 2021

Castilla y Leon 3x75cl 12 100 (TA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £845.03
Year Wine Region Format Qty Score Price Wishlist
Kanonkop Paul Sauer 2015 (6x75cl)
In Bond: £1,486.00
2015

Kanonkop Paul Sauer 2015 (6x75cl)

Tim Atkin (100)

A great wine, with a distinguished track record in one of the best-ever Cape vintages: if any South African wine deserves 100 points, and I strongly believe that it does, then it is the brilliant 2015 Paul Sauer, one of the greatest young wines I have ever tasted. Cabernet Sauvignon-based with 15% each of Merlot and Cabernet Franc, this is intense, refined and well balanced, with seamless tannins and structure and beautifully integrated new oak. Bravo Kanonkop! Bravo South Africa! 2023-35.
Delivery to Storage from 2 Dec 2021

Coastal Region 6x75cl 1 100 (TA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £1,486.00
Muga Aro 2015 (3x75cl)
In Bond: £520.00
2015

Muga Aro 2015 (3x75cl)

Jeb Dunnuck (100)

Only produced in great vintages (it hasn't been produced since 2010), the 2015 Aro focuses on a mix of Tempranillo and Graciano and is a normal blend of 70% Tempranillo and 30% Graciano in 2015 that was sourced from a sandy, loam vineyard in the Rioja Alta. The vinification occurs in larger oak tanks and the wine spends 18 months in new French oak followed by a year in bottle before release. Incredible notes of liquid violets, blueberries, blackberries, smoked earth, chocolate, and graphite aromas and flavors all dominate the bouquet, and it’s rich, full-bodied, ultra-pure, and flawlessly balanced on the palate. This is a powerful, magical wine in every sense. It needs 4-5 years of bottle age and will keep for 20-25 years or more.
Delivery to Storage from 31 Dec 2021

Rioja 3x75cl 2 100 (JD) Read Review/Description In Bond: £520.00
Pingus 2014 (6x75cl)
In Bond: £5,242.00
2014

Pingus 2014 (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

I don't think I've ever tasted a wine more recently bottled than the 2014 Pingus, which was bottled in the morning and I tasted it that very same evening! Peter Sisseck compares this to the 1995, the first vintage ever produced, when he learned that when you have such perfect grapes, you should do very little to the wine. He's been trying to replicate that first vintage, but there's nothing you can do to force it, as it has to be the natural conditions of the vintage that bring those grapes. What he also learned with the 1995 was that with wines like that, you need a long and slow aging in oak; so for the 2014, he decided to do a little longer élevage—three winters in barrel—but in 100% used barrels, something he started in 2012. If it would have been new oak, as in the past, it would have been impossible to have such extended aging without marking the wine too much and possibly forever. The wine was quite tannic to start with, but it was racked every six months, and in that way they have managed to tame those tannins without getting the wine tired, as the aging itself was quite reductive. The nose is quite harmonious and open, but maybe not very expressive, a normal thing considering the extremely short bottle age it had (hours!), but it should gain precision in bottle. In instances like this, you have to guide yourself by the palate. And it's precisely on the palate where you find that texture that is almost unique to Ribera del Duero when it's as perfect as this. It's very different from other zones, a velvety mouthfeel and a surrounding sensation of comfort, incredibly long. The tannins are ultra fine and with that subtle chalkiness of the limestone soils, which also added to the tastiness and the supple aftertaste. In short, I cannot think of a way of improving this Pingus other, than getting a magnum instead of a regular bottle! Congratulations, Peter Sisseck! 4,800 bottles were filled on January 16th of 2017, a slightly shorter production than the average, because part of the vines were hit by hail and didn't make it into the final blend. Now stay tuned for 2015 and 2016.
Delivery to Storage from 2 Dec 2021

Castilla y Leon 6x75cl 1 100 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £5,242.00
Pingus 2016 (6x75cl)
In Bond: £4,995.00
2016

Pingus 2016 (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

I was really looking forward to the 2016 Pingus in bottle, as the sample I tasted last time promised to be one of the best (if not the best!) Pinguses to date. Few (if any) vintages of Pingus have shown such integration of the oak, especially considering the wine is so extremely young. It has precision and symmetry, elegance and austerity à la Audrey Hepburn. This 2016 is like an updated version of the 1996, produced with a lot more knowledge that helped them find this purity, freshness and elegance. Peter Sisseck described it as seamless, and I could only agree. He also said that this is probably his ideal of what the wine from Ribera del Duero should be. The wine was kept in barrel for an extra couple of months and was finally bottled in August 2018; there were 8,100 bottles produced. It delivered all the sample promised, and perhaps a bit more...
2 In Stock - Immediate Delivery

Castilla y Leon 6x75cl 2 100 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £4,995.00
Pingus 2018 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £1,550.00
2018

Pingus 2018 (1x150cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

I was really looking forward to the bottled version of the 2018 Pingus after a great showing of the cask sample last year. Part of the wine matured in 20,000-liter oak casks, so it's not all barrique. This is the first time they used the vats, and based on the results, Sisseck thinks in the future Pingus will be around 50% in oak vats. The Pingus vines were planted in 1929 in two different sectors of the village of La Horra, Barroso and San Cristobal and contain some 2% other varieties. The vineyards are certified organic and biodynamic and are manicured like few vineyards in Spain. The wine is subtle and harmonious, elegant and insinuating, with all the components in very good balance. This is precise and pure; Sisseck is thorough and meticulous, and the wine shows that precision. This follows the line of the 2016, showing very well even if it was bottled only one month before I tasted it. 9,300 bottles were filled in August 2020.
Delivery to Storage from 2 Dec 2021

Castilla y Leon 1x150cl 2 100 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £1,550.00
Pingus 2018 (3x75cl)
In Bond: £2,250.00
2018

Pingus 2018 (3x75cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

I was really looking forward to the bottled version of the 2018 Pingus after a great showing of the cask sample last year. Part of the wine matured in 20,000-liter oak casks, so it's not all barrique. This is the first time they used the vats, and based on the results, Sisseck thinks in the future Pingus will be around 50% in oak vats. The Pingus vines were planted in 1929 in two different sectors of the village of La Horra, Barroso and San Cristobal and contain some 2% other varieties. The vineyards are certified organic and biodynamic and are manicured like few vineyards in Spain. The wine is subtle and harmonious, elegant and insinuating, with all the components in very good balance. This is precise and pure; Sisseck is thorough and meticulous, and the wine shows that precision. This follows the line of the 2016, showing very well even if it was bottled only one month before I tasted it. 9,300 bottles were filled in August 2020.
5 In Stock - Immediate Delivery

Castilla y Leon 3x75cl 5 100 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £2,250.00
Porseleinberg Swartland Syrah 2018 (12x75cl)
In Bond: £899.00
2018

Porseleinberg Swartland Syrah 2018 (12x75cl)

Tim Atkin (100)

In the right hands, great sites produce great wines. Since its inception in 2010, Porseleinberg has been one of the Cape's most exciting reds, but nothing quite prepared me for the transcendent brilliance of this wine. In uenced by some time spent at Domaine Jamet in Côte Rôtie - particularly their use of a submerged cap during fermentation - Callie Louw has made a stunning Syrah, proving his skills as both a farmer and a winemaker. In 2018, the style has shifted, away from power and grip to something more scented and re ned. Focused, nuanced and very delicately oaked, with raspberry and wild strawberry fruit, clove and white pepper spice and textured tannins. Simply world class. 2023-35
1 In Stock - Immediate Delivery

Coastal Region 12x75cl 1 100 (TA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £899.00
Remirez de Ganuza Rioja Gran Reserva 2004 (1x75cl)
In Bond: £647.00
2004

Remirez de Ganuza Rioja Gran Reserva 2004 (1x75cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

However, (surprise, surprise) even better is the 2004 Gran Reserva which has yet to be released. It spent 5 years in barrel before bottling. Purple/black in color with a surreal bouquet of kinky spice, truffle, mineral, and black fruit aromas, on the palate it is remarkably powerful, yet elegant. Mouth-filling, complex, and staggeringly rich, it has the balance to evolve for 15-20 years and should easily have a 50 year lifespan.
Delivery to Storage from 2 Dec 2021

Rioja 1x75cl 6 100 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £647.00
Toro Albala Don PX Convento Seleccion 1946 (1x600cl)
In Bond: £1,867.00
1946

Toro Albala Don PX Convento Seleccion 1946 (1x600cl)

Wine Advocate (100)

The 1946 Don PX Convento Seleccion produced with Pedro Ximenez grapes dehydrated under the sun at the time of the Second World War, was only bottled in September 2011. This is an extreme wine, my first descriptor was ultra-mega-super concentrated. It is unbelievably powerful, both in the nose and the palate, full of umami, with sweet cinnamon, Christmas cake, camphor, petrol, lemongrass, Belgian chocolate and butter. Incredibly complex and rich, sweet, balanced and smooth in the palate, it is both very sweet and somehow salty, and with time it develops a black olive note. It combines the texture of the 1962 and the elegance of the 1949. It is as decadent as it gets. 825 bottles were produced. This wine will survive all of us. These wines are kept for generations and offered in very small quantities, but it’s amazing that you can still buy and drink something so old, and I’m even tempted to say that it might represent good value for what it is. A real tour de force sweet wine. Drink it if you ever have the privilege to do so from 2013-2060.
Delivery to Storage from 2 Dec 2021

Andalucia 1x600cl 1 100 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £1,867.00
Vega Sicilia Unico 2006 (1x150cl)
In Bond: £757.50
2006

Vega Sicilia Unico 2006 (1x150cl)

James Suckling (100)

Incredibly floral and beautiful with dark berry, spice, cedar and mint. Chinese plums. Asian spices. Bark. Tea. Full body, dense and so soft and complex. The finish goes on for minutes. Endless and fine. January 2017 release. This reminds me of the gorgeous 1991 or 1964. Drink forever. A wine that you want to spend time with.
In Stock in Bordeaux

Castilla y Leon 1x150cl 2 100 (JS) Read Review/Description In Bond: £757.50
Vega Sicilia Unico 2006 (3x75cl)
In Bond: £890.00
2006

Vega Sicilia Unico 2006 (3x75cl)

James Suckling (100)

Incredibly floral and beautiful with dark berry, spice, cedar and mint. Chinese plums. Asian spices. Bark. Tea. Full body, dense and so soft and complex. The finish goes on for minutes. Endless and fine. January 2017 release. This reminds me of the gorgeous 1991 or 1964. Drink forever. A wine that you want to spend time with.
2 In Stock - Immediate Delivery

Castilla y Leon 3x75cl 2 100 (JS) Read Review/Description In Bond: £890.00
Vega Sicilia Unico 2010 (3x75cl)
In Bond: £697.50
2010

Vega Sicilia Unico 2010 (3x75cl)

Tim Atkin MW (100)

Vega Sicilia Único Reserva 2010 (14%) Perfection is as rare in wine as it is in most things in life, but this is a stunning Único, reflecting the quality of one of the greatest vintages of the last century. Blended with 6% Cabernet Sauvignon, as it was in 2009, it's still a very youthful wine right now, with closeknit tannins, thrilling acidity, layers of spices, fresh earth, tobacco, red and black fruits, some oak sweetness and a wonderfully refreshing, leafy undertone. Simply stunning.
Delivery to Storage from 20 Nov 2021

Castilla y Leon 3x75cl 12 100 (TA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £697.50

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