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Blanco 2013, Good form, flow and length.

A blend of 50% Macabeo, 40% Verdejo and 10% Sauvignon Blanc. Around the medium-bodied mark. Fourth Wave Wine.

Langhe Rosso 2012

Langhe is the classification in north-west Italy that usually indicates a blend of nebbiolo and barbera. Here it’s a 30/70 split. Brooding aromas of plum, tar, lavender, blackberry and dark cherry have a good deal of complexity.

Garnacha 2012, This is a bold, intense and forward red wine.

If you like imported wines that offer spectacular value then this will be right up your alley.

Cidre de Normandie, has texture, a dry tannic grip and high refreshment.

The Le Chat Noir wines have offered excellent value for a couple for years and this cider continues the trend. A lovely golden colour, this is packed with apple flavours (juice and peel), along with blossom, spice and buttered toast.

Tempranillo 2012, Excellent savoury/sweet interplay.

Blood, earth, iron, spice, aniseedy herbs and red berried fruit. Dusty wine. Excellent savoury/sweet interplay. Good intensity and vitality within a light to medium-bodied framework and impressive if bucolic crunchy tannin. Crazy value.