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A great Alternative to Burgundy

Roaring Meg Pinot Noir, Mount Difficulty, Central Otago

This is proper Kiwi Pinot Noir from the South Island. Good weight on the palate, bags of flavour and a really interesting alternative to expensive Burgundy.

£15.85

A great Alternative to Burgundy

Roaring Meg Pinot Noir, Mount Difficulty, Central Otago

This is proper Kiwi Pinot Noir from the South Island. Good weight on the palate, bags of flavour and a really interesting alternative to expensive Burgundy.

£15.85

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Mas Daumas Gassac Rouge 2008 Vintage

In the early 1970’s Aime and Vironique Guilbert purchased Mas de Daumas Gassac and created a vineyard which was to become iconic in the Languedoc. Praise was heaped on the property by the likes of Hugh Johnson, Michael Broadbent and Robert Parker to name but a few. Soon people were comparing the Mas de Daumas Gassac reds with the likes of top Bordeaux properties such as Latour, Lafite and Petrus, hence the term Grade Cru of the Languedoc evolved.

Professor Emile Peynaud of Bordeaux recommend that you taste the Gassac wines “a table” with food, something I totally concur.

We have only 24 bottles left of the 2008 vintage available at the special price of £25 per bottle including VAT.

£25.00

Michael Jobling Wines

We may be small (just two of us) but we're big on personal service. Very big. Pick up the phone and you will find one or other of us (Michael or Torie) happy to help, offer advice, solve your wine problem. Our wines are interesting, different, good-value. And we've tasted every one of them, so we really do know what we're talking about. Why not phone or email us? We'd love to hear from you.

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