Canmore Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Inspired by the bold and courageous King of Scots Malcolm III, nicknamed Canmore.
This Single Malt Scotch is selected from the finest malts to give a bold, rich taste.
Nose: Autumn in a glass. warm and woody with some apple sweetness.
Palate: Light and buttery on the tongue , with hints of sweet fruit and gentle spice.An easy going, easy drinking whisky.
Finish: A gentle mix of red berries and spice.
Pierre Ferrand 10 Generations Grande Champagne Cognac
Since 1630, in the heart of the vineyards of Cognac, 10 generations of Ferrands have passed down an abiding knowledge of the vine and of distillation. This Premier Cru de Cognac is a tribute to these men of character, for whom a great cognac was above all the fruit of patient work on a great terroir.
Living in the venerable mansion of her ancestors, Mademoiselle Henriette, the last direct descendant of this prestigious lineage, was, during her lifetime, the guardian of this precious memory. She chose to entrust it to us, and she is the inspiration for this superb blend. We named it “10 Générations.”
Grande Champagne Cognac, 10 Générations is only made with Ugni-Blanc grapes. Distilled slowly on fine lees, it is aged in French oak with 20% in Sauternes casks. With freshness, it is an opulent Cognac.
Plantation XO 20th Anniversary Barbados Rum
Plantation XO was produced as a 20th anniversary celebration of Alexandre Gabriel's creative leadership at Maison Ferrand. The double-aging in both ex-bourbon & ex-Grand Champagne Cognac casks leads to a smooth, creamy style of rum rich in exotic sugar cane & a big hit of toasted coconut & banana, enhanced by more complex aromas of cocoa, candied orange & cigar box.
BARBADOS / COGNAC, FRANCE
Classic Italian dark chocolate praline with hazelnuts
Contains soya, nuts.
Grous 23 Barricas Red
Louis Duarte has created this multi award winning wine that is full-flavoured with an elegant profile and soft tannins. After 12 months of slow maturation in french oak, he selected 23 casks of the best of Syrah and Touriga Nacional.
It is a deep red with concentrated plummy tones and some spicy notes as well as complex and delicate aromas and finish.
Drink with grilled or slow cooked red meats, especially lamb. It also matches with game and high protein cheeses.
Gremillet Champagne Brut
Mersault, Vallet Freres
Founded in 1864 by Pierre Bourée, Vallet Frères is now in the hands of the fourth generation of the family, Bernard.
Meursault lies between the villages of Volnay and Puligny-Montrachet and produces some of the world's greatest white wines. This has a wonderful creaminess on the nose and the palate is well-rounded, poised and elegant with a classic balance between richness and acidity and complex savoury character. This flavoursome wine is already delicious but will benefit from some more time in bottle.
M de Moulin Riche Saint-Julien
The second wine of Château Moulin Riche which is meant for earlier drinking. Made with the same attention to detail, the blend spends less time in oak so has a classic Bordeaux nose of black fruits and cedar with lively acidity.
This is a fruity and classic Bordeaux with a nose offering black fruits and cedar with brisk acidity and structured tannins on the palate. The finish is bright and fresh.
M de Moulin Riche is the second wine from Château Moulin Riche, designed for earlier drinking but made with the same care. It is a blend of 87% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot, 2% Petit Verdot and 1% Cabernet Franc. The wine ages for six months in two-year-old-French oak barrels and then spends a further six months in stainless steel vats.
Until 2009, Château Moulin Riche was the second wine of Château Léoville Poyferré. It was bought alongside Léoville Poyferré in 1920 by the Cuvelier family. Château Moulin Riche's vineyards are located on what is considered one of the finest gravel rises in the Médoc producing wines of exceptional quality. Also within the Cuvelier family’s portfolio is the M de Moulin Riche, which is the second wine of Château Moulin Riche, which is meant for earlier drinking.
Vallet Frères Bourgogne Pinot Noir
Delicate garnet colour with peppery, strawberry fruit on the nose, the palate is light to medium-bodied with appealing nervy fruit and mouth-watering acidity balancing the dry tannins and elegant red fruit.
Founded in 1864 by Pierre Bourée, Vallet Frères is now in the hands of the fourth generation of the family, Bernard and Jean-Christophe Vallet. The family owns vineyards in Gevrey-Chambertin, in the Beaune Premier Cru of Les Epenottes, and in the Grand Cru of Charmes-Chambertin, as well as the entire monopole vineyard of Clos de la Justice, also in Gevrey-Chambertin. Vallet Frères is also a négociant, and sources the best grapes from growers in other areas, with whom it has worked closely for decades.
Serve with a traditionally Coq au Vin. Roast chicken or young game birds and equally good with pasta bakes or wild mushroom linguine.
Rathfinny Wine Estate, Classic Cuvée Brut East Sussex
Rathfinny’s Classic Cuvée displays vivid aromas of grapefruit, red apple and brioche on the nose. The palate has real focus with zesty acidity tempered by the wine’s creamy texture and rich, biscuity notes, leading to a refreshing and moreish finish.
2017 was an exceptional vintage, but not without its challenges. Fortunately, the south facing aspect and proximity to the coast, protected Rathfinny’s estate vineyards from the late spring frost. After an early budburst the grapes benefitted from a long ripening period and a phenomenal ‘Indian summer’, with unseasonably warm September weather producing ripe fruit, with concentrated flavours and balanced acidity and sugar levels.
This family-owned estate was established in 2010 by Mark and Sarah Driver, with the first vineyards being planted in April 2012. Rathfinny’s estate vineyard now extends to over 93 hectares in the South Downs, just three miles from the Channel. Lying on a south-facing slope, their estate vineyard is predominantly planted with Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Meunier as well as small plantings of Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. The site benefits from a semi-continental maritime climate and free-draining chalk soils, providing the ideal conditions to ripen grapes. Rathfinny uses only estate-grown fruit for their four traditional-method sparkling wines: Classic Cuvée, Blanc de Blancs, Blanc de Noirs and Rosé, as well as their still white wine. Each of their wines is produced and labelled as a vintage wine.