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2013 Monthelie, Les Champs Fulliot

No matter what might be said, you can still find outstanding Burgundy at sensible prices. It just takes a little bit of work. Our work. So: excellent producer? Outstanding vineyard? GBP 223 per case in bond?

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2011 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon - 96 Point "Seemingly effortless" (JS)

We are very excited to offer the 2011 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon, an “elegant”, 96 point showing from a year of “tremendous consistency” for Margaret River Cabernet. A perennial favourite for those in the know, we can offer at GBP 439 per case (12*75cl) in bond.

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2005 Dom Perignon? Or 2004?

The latest release from Dom Perignon – the 2005 – got a little lost in the traffic that is 2014 Bordeaux. A bottle opened in the office last week gave us the necessary nudge to review this wine, which has a very tough act to follow in the quite brilliant 2004 and 2002.

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"Shockingly good" 2014s From Chapoutier - Scores Up to a Potential 97 Points

To Jeb Dunnuck, “These latest releases from Michel Chapoutier are all superb” and sitting very much at the top of the tree are the 2014s from his benchmark operation in the Roussillon, Bila Haut. With potential scores up to a massive 97 points they are world-class cuvees offering outstanding value for money and we are very excited to have secured a small but significant parcel.

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2014 Bordeaux: a barrel of Batailley

The buys so far from 2014 have been clear. Mouton-Rothschild, Lynch-Bages, La Mission Haut-Brion, Haut-Brion, Talbot: wines to buy without question. Rather than end up unsold in Bordeaux warehouses these wines were priced to sell, priced to get into cellars, onto tables, into glasses. And in terms of out and out value, we have another. And when a wine is really worth buying, why not go a little long?

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New Release: 2003 Ex-Cellar Latour, “A Profound Example… Staggering” 100 Points (Parker)

Ever since Latour withdrew from the en primeur system to focus only on ex-chateau stock, this is the one we’ve been waiting for; the monumental, 100 point 2003. Described as “profound” by Parker and compared to the iconic 1961 and 1982, it is a perfect wine, with perfect provenance and available at GBP 6,600 per case (12*75cl) in bond or GBP 3,300 per case of 6.

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Ex-Domaine: Incredible Range of Mature Vintages from a Champagne Icon - Clos des Goisses, Philipponnat

A true icon of Champagne, we are delighted to offer a mature selection of Philipponnat’s Clos des Goisses direct from their cellars. With both bottles and magnums available, all recently disgorged and with perfect provenance, this is a do-not-miss-under-any-circumstances opportunity for Champagne lovers.

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The F+R 2011 Barolo Tasting

We like a big tasting at Fine+Rare, and to follow our grand 2010 Brunello di Montalcino tasting in February, we opened 86 bottles of 2011 Barolo in April. It’s worth noting that both of these tastings are, to our knowledge, unique in the UK and offer a rare opportunity to really understand a both a vintage and a region.

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"Stellar. Super-expressive Champagne" (Galloni) - 94 Point Le Val Cornet by Falmet

We are delighted to offer the Le Val Cornet Champagne from Nathalie Falmet, a producer described by Antonio Galloni as "one of Champagne's most promising emerging growers". We have just a handful of cases of the “stellar” 94 point 2009 available at GBP 319 per case (12*75cl) in bond.

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2011 Vietti Barolo: "another stellar set of wines from one of Piedmont's reference point." (AG)

We're delighted to present the opening offer from this year’s 2011 Barolo Vintage. From the region to follow in the world of Fine Wine, we have a sensational first release offer from the powerhouse domaine of Vietti.

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New Release: The Girvan Patent Still - A Trio of Gold-Winning Single Grain Scotch Whiskies

Late last year we were visited by The Girvan Patent Still here in our London offices for a tasting of their award-winning range and I couldn’t recommend these thoroughly enough. These were the first single grain age-stated whiskies I had tried and all were absolutely delicious.

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2014 Mouton-Rothschild

The first of the big guns has released their 2014: Mouton-Rothschild. The price is GBP 1160 per six bottles in bond (or GBP 2320 per dozen bottles in bond).

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2005 Bollinger La Grande Annee Rose Exclusive

We are delighted to offer our clients the opportunity to buy Bollinger’s latest release: 2005 La Grande Année Rosé, weeks ahead of its official launch in the UK.

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A top pick from a tasting where "I wouldn't hesitate to buy the lot" (Speller) - 2004 Borgogno Barolo Riserva

When Walter Speller recently tasted a range of 2004 Barolo he was so impressed that he stated, “I wouldn’t hesitate to buy the lot.” As the joint highest scoring, the 2004 Borgogno Barolo Riserva should be at the top of any list and we are delighted to offer direct from the property at GBP 215 per case (6*75cl) in bond.

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“a great success in the vintage, one of the superstars” (Parker) - 95 Point D’Issan

Possibly the biggest winner of Parker’s recent re-evaluation of the Bordeaux 2012s from bottle is the Margaux Chateau of D’Issan. Now at 95 points, it matches the 1st growth Chateau Margaux in score for a fraction of the price at GBP 340 per case (12*75cl) in bond.

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New Release: "A great Bollinger vintage indeed" (RJ) - Grande Annee 2005

The latest release from Bollinger is the Grande Annee 2005. Called “a great Bollinger vintage” by expert Richard Juhlin, it is a superb cuvee from one of just six producers to gain a perfect five stars in his Champagne Guide. We are delighted to offer this excellent Champagne at GBP 300 per case (6x75cl) in bond.

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Our Barolo Buy Of The Vintage: Fill The Cellar...

Just over a year ago we made a brilliant discovery: the wines of Ferruccio Grimaldi. This under the radar producer was one of the highlights of the year for quite obvious reasons: exceptional wines at very, very sharp prices. We taste extensively in Barolo each Spring and visit some of the grandest addresses in the region. For the second year in a row Grimaldi has stood out.

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New Release: 2011 Barolo from Elio Grasso; 92-95 points "drop-dead gorgeous beauty" (Galloni)

Elio Grasso has become the go-to producer for anyone seeking exceptional and very fairly-priced Barolo. We are delighted to offer the newly released 2011s; the “drop-dead gorgeous” Gavarini Chiniera and “rich dense” Ginestra Casa Mate at GBP 252 per case (6*75) each in bond.

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The F+R 2010 Brunello Tasting: Our Top Picks

On Tuesday we held what is probably the most comprehensive tasting of 2010 Brunello di Montalcino in the UK. These wines have proved immensely popular since their release and we had a golden chance to see what the fuss is all about. In total we had 62 different wines from more than 50 estates: not a bad spread at all.

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99+ Point Armagh Shiraz by Jim Barry - Potential Perfection from an Icon of New World Wine

With a potentially perfect score of 99+ points in the influential Wine Advocate, the 2010 vintage of The Armagh Shiraz by Jim Barry has been on our wish list for some time. We are therefore delighted to have secured a significant parcel of this monumental, Grange-beating red and can offer at GBP 598 per case (6*75cl) in bond.

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97-Point Stunning, Benchmark Rieslings from Markus Molitor

We are delighted to offer a selection of newly, and very highly scoring, 2013 Rieslings from Markus Molitor, one of the very best of the proponents of this noble grape. With a minimum of 97 points they are simply sensational wines and that make a mockery of their price-tags.

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Newly Released 2008 Taittinger - Superb Champagne from an Outstanding Year

We are delighted to offer our UK clients an exclusive first look at the 2008 Taittinger Vintage Champagne ahead of its official release later this month. Tasted in the office yesterday it is textbook Taittinger, utterly delicious and offers excellent value at GBP 215 per case (6*75cl) in bond.

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Mischief and Mayhem: The 2012s

Mischief and Mayhem are firm favourites at F+R and the wines are hugely popular with staff and clients alike. Very few producers can match the purity, elegance and sheer drinkability of Michael Ragg’s brilliant Burgundies.

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Last 50 Cases Direct from Biondi-Santi: The Most Important 2010 Brunello Release So Far

The 2010 Biondi Santi, Brunello di Montalcino has been one of our most successful offers of the year. Newly scored at 96 points by Antonio Galloni it looks ever more compelling and an essential buy from this stellar vintage at GBP 359 per case (6*75cl) in bond.

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97+ Point 2012 Hermitage ‘La Chapelle’ from Jaboulet - “It’s a blockbuster” (WA)

Jaboulet’s Hermitage ‘La Chapelle’ is one one France’s most famous wines and one of unarguable quality. This quality, however, has until recently been hugely inconsistent.

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"It's a no-brainer purchase" (JD) - 2012 Rostaing Cote Rotie 'Ampodium' - Just 13 Cases Available

We are delighted to offer a small number of cases of the 2012 Rene Rostaing Cote Rotie ‘Ampodium’. A “no-brainer purchase” from a benchmark producer, described in the highest terms by Dunnuck - “there are few people doing Cote Rotie better than this guy” - it’s a bit of a steal at GBP 369 per case (12*75cl) in bond.

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Spot Offer: "full-throttle" 95+ Point Chateauneuf du Pape, Under £25 a bottle in bond - Just 25 Cases Available

We are delighted to offer a small parcel of the 2010 Xavier Vins Chateauneuf du Pape. With 95+ points from Rhone aficionado Robert Parker and a case price of just GBP 282 per 12*75cl in bond, it is both a monumental effort and a sensational bargain.

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"Pouilly-Fuissés of other-worldly quality that are often far better than Côte de Beaune grand crus" (WA) - 2013s From Domaine Cordier

We are delighted to offer two superb Pouilly Fuisses from one of the Macon’s key producers, Domaine Roger Cordier. We were fortunate enough to taste the 2013 Vers Cras and 2013 Vieilles Vignes in the office recently and in terms of quality and value they are hard to beat.

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99+ Point Mouton Rothschild 2005 - "greatness of this vintage is increasingly apparent" (Parker)

Newly up-scored to a near-flawless 99+ points by Parker, the famous first growth of 2005 Mouton Rothschild is a superb addition to any cellar. We are delighted to offer a small number of cases at GBP 4,776 per case (12*75cl) in bond.

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"If you want to impress a friend with pure, hedonistic St Emilion... 2012 Croix de Labrie is the wine" (Parker) - Just 250 Cases Made

As one of the rarest wines made in St Emilion, Croix de Labrie is, in Parker’s words: “virtually impossible to find”. Thanks to our network of contacts however, we’ve managed to hunt down a small parcel from 2012, a vintage that is shaping up to be quite special, particularly on the Right-Bank. We are delighted to offer at GBP 360 per case 12 or GBP 182 per 6 in bond.

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New Release: 96 Point 2013 Shaw + Smith Shiraz GBP 202 per case IB

After instantly selling-out of the last vintage, we are very pleased to offer the new release of the Adelaide HIlls Shiraz from multi-award winning producer Shaw & Smith, the 2013. With a formidable 96 points from James Suckling and only 25 cases available, this is a must-buy at just GBP 202 per case (12*75) in bond.

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Rare & Highly Collectable: Ladyburn 41 YO

The 41 Year Old Ladyburn, recently bottled by William Grant & Sons it has been maturing in cask for at least four decades since the now long-closed distillery ran from 1966 to 1975.

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Some of the Finest Wines on the Planet - Immediately Available Selection from Michel Chapoutier, Scores Up to 100 Points

A genius of a winemaker, Michel Chapoutier has crafted some of the best wines ever to emerge from the Rhone Valley. We have selected a spectacular range from our cellars which we are delighted to offer.

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Buy these wines: they are brilliant

Jean Thevenet’s white Burgundies are amongst our best sellers every year and we are proud to import these brilliant and idiosyncratic wines direct from the domaine.

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New Release: 2009 Dal Forno Amarone - "Monumental" 97 Points (WA)

We are delighted to offer a small early allocation of the “monumental” newly released 2009 Amarone della Valpolicella by Dal Forno. A cult wine from a brilliant producer where it is “impossible to doubt the sheer quality of the winemaking”, we have 13 cases available at GBP 995 per case (6*75cl) in bond.

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New 2011 Barolo Release & JR.com's Joint Highest Scorer - Chiarlo Barolo 'Cerequio'

Michele Chiarlo owns a big chunk of one of Barolo’s finest vineyards, Cerequio and in 2011, used it to craft a spectacular wine. So good that it is jancisrobinson.com’s joint highest scorer of the vintage so far, we are delighted to offer the 2011 Michele Chiarlo Barolo Cerequio at GBP 297 per case (6*75cl) in bond

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F+R Recommendation: 2005 Potensac (Ex-Chateau)

Bordeaux at its best has something inimitable, something that one can’t quite describe, but something uniquely special that is impossible to replace. Last week in Bordeaux we tasted a wine that summed this up perfectly: 2005 Potensac.

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"one of Australia's treasures" (WA) - The Flagship Heytesbury wines from Vasse Felix

We are delighted to offer the flagship Heytesbury red and white wines of Vasse Felix, one of the indisputible superstars of Margaret River, a pioneering estate described in the Wine Advocate as "one of Australia's treasures. Amongst the finest wineries in this area".

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"This is a great wine" (JR) - 2004 Dom Perignon Rose

The latest release from the iconic house of Dom Perignon stands up to some of their greatest ever cuvees. With a huge 19 points out of 20 from Jancis Robinson, the 2004 Dom Perignon Rose is a masterpiece of Champagne winemaking and we are delighted to have secured an allocation.

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100 Points from the Wine Advocate - 2010 Casanova di Neri, Brunello di Montalcino 'Tenuta Nuova'

The last of the big publications to release a verdict on the 2010 Brunello vintage is The Wine Advocate. In line with those that have gone before they see it as the best of the century so far and we are delighted to offer the joint highest scoring; the perfect, 100 point, Casanova di Neri Brunello di Montalcino ‘Tenuta Nuova’.

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2013 Burgundy - Jadot Volnay ‘Santenots’ 1er Cru - UK Exclusive

A wine that always impresses at Jadot is their premier cru Volnay Santenots. In a normal year they have just eight barrels – about 200 cases – though in 2013 there are just four of them.

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2011 in Piedmont: A Brilliant Bargain Barbaresco

Our buyers spent last week in Piedmont tasting their way through 2011 Barolo. More of this to follow – it’s a rather tasty vintage and a report will follow next week. The trip had many highlights: we tasted at some of Barolo’s greatest addresses though the wine that had us skipping (or, rather, emailing our personal order back to the office) was the 2011 Barbaresco from the Produttori del Barbaresco.

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98 Point 2005 Pape Clement - Same Score as Haut Brion, Fraction of the Price

At nearly a decade old, 2005 Bordeaux is the focus of intense interest in the fine wine market. A superb year, to many still the greatest since 1982, the wines are brilliant expressions of claret showing impeccable balance and purity. A stand out pick is Pape Clement, a 98 point star at £1,130 per 12 or £565 per 6 in bond.

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Glenfarclas The Family Cask: Old & Rare Whiskies from 1954-1999

As early as the 1960’s Glenfarclas decided to lay down the best casks explicitly for their own use. The Family Casks are a unique collection of the finest single barrels from the Glenfarclas distillery covering 45 consecutive years from 1954 to 1999.

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"Exceptional balance and class. It is fabulous" (Galloni) - 2008 Roederer Rose

The "exceptional" 2008 Louis Roederer Rose, from an outstanding vintage and a house described by Richard Juhlin as one of the four best in Champagne, is a superb buy for Champagne collectors at GBP 263 per case (6*75cl ) in bond.

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"I wouldn't hesitate to buy the lot" (WS) - A Stunning Selection of 2004 Barolo

Having recently tasted a range of Barolo from the 2004 vintage, Walter Speller from www.jancisrobinson.com was blown away. The wines are superb; stunning in their complexity, fruit and overall balance. At just over a decade in age, they are now showing brilliantly but with few producers holding any stocks in reserve, are increasingly hard to find and so we are delighted to have this huge scoring selection to offer.

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New 2010 Brunello Release: 97-Point Poggio Antico

In the latest run of spectacular releases from the 2010 Brunello, “vintage of a lifetime”; the “beautifully balanced” 97 point Poggio Antico Brunello di Montalcino in bottles and magnums, direct from the cellars of the property, is a wine to stock up on.

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1998 Krug Clos d'Ambonnay: "the most expressive young Ambonnay Krug has released" AG

We have a small allocation, direct from the agent, of the very rare, and very special, 1998 Krug Clos d’Ambonnay. Just 3,000 bottles of this wine were produced.

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F+R Recommendation: Big, Rich & Glossy 2013 Burgundy

We discovered Jean-Michel Guillon in early 2013 and it was an excellent find: these are some of the most accomplished wines we know, and for those that like a punchier style of Gevrey, they are peerless in their style.

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F+R Discovery: Jouan: Tiny production Burgundy to be bought on sight

What makes most buyers tick is a discovery. Domaine Henri Jouan is just that. And the wines are brilliant.

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April’s no-brainer: 95 points. GBP 176 per case in bond

Another month and another bargain for the table or the cellar: 2013 Ch. St Roch Kerbuccio from one of France’s most dynamic winemakers, Jean-Marc Lafage. The Wine Advocate’s Jeb Dunnock describes the wine as “jaw-droppingly good” and “one of the most incredible values I’ve tasted in a long, long time.” Incredible praise for this perfect Summer Drinker.

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2009 Bordeaux: “buy as much of these 2009s as you can. They are as good as Bordeaux can be”

What can you say about 2009 Bordeaux? The greatest vintage ever? A modern day 1982? A riper 2005? We can argue this – and we will – for years. What cannot be denied is that 2009 is one of a triumvirate of truly great modern Bordeaux vintages.

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2013 White Burgundy: the genius of Olivier Lamy

Whilst the vintage is by no means homogenous, the best 2013 whites are rather special; close to 2010 in terms of both quality and style. Olivier Lamy’s brilliant St Aubins are examples of 2013 at its best, which is no great surprise to followers of this domaine.

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Remoissenet Back to 1959: Tasted + Highly Recommended

A highlight of the year so far has been a visit from Remoissenet to the office. The rare and superb wines they showed us were very special indeed; from some of Burgundy’s most prestigious vineyards and from excellent vintages (all rated 4 or 5 stars by vintage wine expert Michael Broadbent) going as far back as 1959, is was a stunning selection provided direct from their incredible cellars and left us blown away.

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2012 Ramey 'Rodger Creek' Syrah, "Fabulous", 96-98 Points Robert Parker

With a very big recent up-score giving a potential high of 98 points from Robert Parker, Ramey’s ‘Rodger Creek’ Syrah 2012 is the latest superb buy to emerge from this blockbuster Californian vintage. We are delighted to offer this “unctuously textured… fabulous” Syrah at GBP 421 per case (6*75cl) in bond.

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Multibuy Offer - Exclusive to F+R - 2013 Chakana Estate Red - the follow up vintage to Parker's "incredible discovery"

One of our best-selling wines of 2013 was the 2012 Chakana Estate Red, a wine which is now impossible to source, and we have been waiting for the latest release for some time. The Estate Red first came on to our radar when Parker commented of the 2012, “If this were a Napa Valley or Bordeaux red, it would undoubtedly be priced between $150.00-200.00 per bottle.” The 2012 Chakana costs less than GBP 14 per bottle in bond and we're delighted to say, so does the 2013.

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"Magnificent": 98-Point Clonakilla Shiraz Viognier

We are very pleased to offer the “magnificent” 2013 Clonakilla Shiraz Viognier; the flagship wine of one of Australia’s very best boutique producers. With huge scores from Suckling and Halliday and at just GBP 323 per case (6*75cl) in bond, this is a stunning example of one of Australia’s greatest red wines.

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96 Point Brunello from the unmissable 2010 vintage: Castiglion del Bosco

A relatively new winery in a very historic location, Castiglion del Bosco have produced their greatest wine to date in the 2010 “vintage of a lifetime” (Suckling). With 96 points their classically styled Brunello di Montalcino is brilliant value at just 158 per case (6x75cl) in bond.

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Yquem: The Finest Sweet Wine in The World?

The finest sweet wine in the World? A few aficionados of Tokaji Essencia may argue but Yquem is the pinnacle of sweet wine. A wine so far ahead in terms of quality that the only wine that Yquem can be judged against is a different vintage of Yquem.

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Exceptional Value Burgundy: 2013 Jean-Marc Pavelot

Domaine Jean-Marc Pavelot is a relatively new discovery at F+R whose wines have delighted our clients since we unearthed them two years ago. His 2013s from Savigny are utterly delicious and a treasure trove for the Burgundy value hunter. We are delighted to offer our picks from his range.

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New Release - Glenmorangie Tùsail Private Edition Single Malt – A Tribute to the Maris Otter

We are delighted to offer the Glenmorangie, Tùsail Private Edition, the 6th limited release from this outstanding single malt whisky series. Such is the cachet and quality of the previous Private Editions, we have fought hard to secure a welcome allocation of 60 bottles.

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2010 Brunello: The vintage of a lifetime

The secret is out. A brilliant 2010 vintage in Barolo was matched by an outstanding vintage in Brunello. The nature of the Italian equivalent of the appellation system is such that the 2010 Brunellos are just trickling onto the market, roughly a year after their Piemontese counterparts.

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2005 Bordeaux: The Greatest Vintage Ever

The 2005 Bordeaux vintage, released just at the beginning of the price boom of the last decade, was hailed at the time as “the greatest vintage ever”. A textbook growing season had made for a vintage that touched perfection that arguably couldn't be bettered.

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The Rolls-Royces of The Vinous World: Bordeaux First Growths

No other wines in France or the World have the cachet, prestige or heritage of Bordeaux’s first growths. Chateaux Lafite Rothschild, Mouton Rothschild, Latour, Margaux and Haut-Brion are not only amongst the very finest wines in the world, their consistent excellence is indisputable. These wines are the Rolls-Royces of the vinous world.

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