Country: France, AlsaceGrape: RieslingABV: 13%The Schoenenbourg Grand Cru vineyards have earned their place among INAO's top 51 terroirs in Alsace, renowned for yielding wines that strike a balance between power and elegance whilst exhibiting an interplay of richness, complexity, and pronounced minerality. Established in 1785 by Thomas Rentz, the legacy continues with Catherine and Patrick, who steadfastly uphold environmentally responsible winemaking practices, proudly holding HVE (High Environmental Value) certification. Using manual harvFull Price£23.45Classic Member£19.93
Country: Italy, TuscanyGrape: SangioveseABV: 14%92 Points - Wine Enthusiast. Renovated in 1987 by the current owners, Canneto has a long history in Tuscany, and since 2017 all of their wines have been certified as organic. Their Vino Nobile di Montepulciano is a blend of Sangiovese with a touch of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon and offers exceptional value for one of Italy's premier wines. Wonderfully balanced with soft, fine grained tannins and generous fruit, the hallmark for all great Vino Nobile is its potential to age for several years, aFull Price£26.95Classic Member£22.91
Country: Spain, Ribera del dueroGrape: TempranilloABV: 15.5%90 Points - Tim Atkin. Dehesa de los Canónigos is one of the historic estates situated in the Duero Valley, positioned between Valbuena and Pesquera de Duero along the Ribera Golden Mile. Their Crianza reflects the vineyard's heritage and respect for winemaking traditions and their flagship wine blends Tempranillo, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon. It matures for 15 months in American Oak barrels, gaining power and structure, and the unique traits of each plot intertwine with aging adding complexFull Price£30.95Classic Member£26.31
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