May Favourites: 12 Bottle Case Deal


Try our selection of staff and customer favourites. New case every month.

  • Lucale Primitivo Appassimento, Italy
  • Ficheto Fiano Malvasia Sauvignon Blanc, Italy
  • Conde Villar Vinho Verde, Portugal
  • Nostros Pinot Noir, Chile
  • Hartenberg Riesling, South Africa
  • Man Meets Mountain Malbec, Argentina
  • Domaine Terres Falmet Cinsault, France
  • Château Argadens Bordeaux Blanc, France
  • Zensa Nero di Troia, Italy
  • Calusari Pinot Grigio, Romania
  • Montaignan Old Vine Carignan, France
  • Abadía Mercier Verdejo, Spain

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Lucale Primitivo Appassimento, ​​Masseria Borgo dei Trulli, Puglia, Italy 14.5%

I’m a huge fan of appassimento style wines, and this one offers incredible value. Intense nose, full, concentrated and velvety palate, and a finish that goes on forever! Great with BBQ meats and vegetables. – Kirby

Ficheto Fiano Malvasia Sauvignon Blanc, Masseria Borgo dei Trulli, Puglia, Italy 13.0%

This is a really interesting and complex white blend. Rich and full with lots of tropical fruit and a touch of vanilla, balanced perfectly with some citrus notes. Personally, I love to drink this on its own, but it’s a versatile food wine. Try with creamy dishes or rich seafood. – Kirby

Conde Villar Vinho Verde, Portugal 10.5%

There’s a real buzz surrounding Vinho Verde right now and I’m sure this one won’t disappoint. Portugal is known for this incredible wine style, and it’s the perfect start to a sunny day; a touch fizzy, aromas of pineapple and mango, mostly dry, with green fruit notes. – Susie

Nostros Pinot Noir, Valle de Casablanca, Chile 13.5%

Chile is one of my favourite areas of the world for Pinot Noir. Light and fruity, with smoky nuances. It’s subtle, elegant and refined, with light tannins allowing the fruit to dominate. An easy-drinking springtime wine – serve slightly chilled. – Susie

Hartenberg Riesling, Stellenbosch, South Africa 13.5%

A lovely introduction to this most versatile of grapes. This offering is fresh and clean, with just a suggestion of richness and subtle lime flavours. It makes an excellent aperitif and pairs perfectly with Asian cuisine of all kinds. – Clive

Man Meets Mountain Malbec, Argentina 14.5%

The best of the entry level Malbecs we’ve seen. Lovely rich fruit and a nice meaty note. Really good value and a wine I never tire of drinking. – Clive

Domaine Terres Falmet Cinsault, Languedoc, France 13.0%

Ancient, important Languedoc grape varietal which has often (wrongly) been maligned outside of blends. This is a delicious, great value red from a terrific producer that does everything right; and it’s vegan and pesticide-free. Matthew

Château Argadens Bordeaux Blanc, France 12.5%

I can be guilty of fussiness when it comes to white wine, but this lovely Sauvignon Blanc-Sémillon blend from a gorgeous 12th Century château is supremely balanced. White Bordeaux often gets overlooked; you don’t want to overlook this one! – Matthew

Zensa Nero di Troia, Puglia, Italy 13.0%

A delicious, smooth red. Elegant, complex and full of flavour, with aromas of dark fresh plums, spices and a whiff of tobacco. Gentle tannins and a long finish. Delicious! – Isabel

Calusari Pinot Grigio, Romania 12.0%

This is the perfect easy-drinking white wine and one of my regular go-tos. Doesn’t need food, just a few nibbles and friends. Enjoy! – Isabel


Montaignan Old Vine Carignan, Languedoc, France 12.5%

A wine that you very possibly already know! Both a firm staff and customer favourite. Juicy, with lots of delicious red fruits, a lick of oak adding some vanilla, and soft tannins at the finish. Incredible value!

Abadía Mercier Verdejo, Castilla, Spain 12.0%

A classic Spanish white – 100% Verdejo. Fresh lemon and melon; fruity but fresh, and terrific value. Great with seafood and a lovely summer drinker.