Our company won the International Wine Challenge Fortified Wne Merchant of the Year for the first 5 years of its existence. Our Dessert wine range is also very strong. These wines are among the best value in the world.
This rich amber herbal liqueur derived from the bespoke process used from creating the iconic Angostura aromatic bitters. Coffee and Chocolate on the nose followed by the addition of vanilla and almond in the palate.
A Traditional Banyuls, sweet, complex and marvellous, aged partly in glass bonbonnes which are exposed to the sun to achieve rancio characters, and part in old foudre. Banyuls Robert Pages is a blend of Grenache (90%) and Grenache Gris (10%). With 80 g/l residual sugar, this traditional style is a striking, fleshy wine with complex aromas of baked plums, dried figs, bitter orange, coffee, vanilla and spices. Incredibly complex and layered, the palate is opulent, round and sweet yet with a fresh and pure nutty finish. It is an excellent match with blue cheeses such as Roquefort or Gorgonzola or with a cheese plate in general.
DWWA 2017 Best in Show -Appetising concentrated nose showing characterful fruit, orange skin, white flowers, and intense nutty aromas; a rich palate, complex, with lots of apples and a touch of sweet miso. Delicate and open, with long finish, a gorgeous manzanilla. Comes in a lovely gift box with copita glasses and Perello olives
Raisins, toffee and roast nuts on the nose. A complex, medium-weight wine with a superb tangy finish. A real tastebud teaser, this would make an excellent aperitif.? Wine, October 2003. Bronze Medal, IWC 2004
Pale, bright topaz colour with a golden tinge, fresh with dry fruit, wood and citrus flavours with a fresh and nutty persistent finish. Excellent as an aperitif but is also exceedingly good with flambees, dried fruits and spicy cheeses