Unlike some stock whizzing around the world that's been who-knows-where, as ever these wines have all been held in professional storage since shipment to the UK:
2005 Château Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac - two lots
"Everything that top red bordeaux should be..." Jancis Robinson
1983 Vintage Port, Graham
"...wonderfully lush, complex flavors of cassis, violet, minerals, spices, flowers and exotic chocolate." Stephen Tanzer
1997 Vintage Port, Niepoort
"Was a bodybuilder, but now a long distance runner. Love it." James Suckling
Also cases of 2003, 2011 and 2011 Capela
2009 Chateauneuf-du-Pape Les Domaines, La Celestiere
"It is a tiny cuvee, but those lucky enough to find it will be thrilled." Robert Parker
2012 Font de la Figuera, Clos Figueras
"The very long and incisive finish is given shape by fine-grained tannins and leaves a subtle floral pastille quality behind. 92/100." Josh Raynolds
2014 La Chapelle de Sainte Roseline, Chateau Sainte Roseline
Top of the tree rosé with which squeeze out the last drops of summer. 85% Mourvèdre.
2011 Cuvee Prestige, Blaye, Domaine des Graves d'Ardonneau
A drinking claret, 75% Cabernet Sauvignon and 25% Merlot. This vintage was awarded 2 stards Coup de Coeur in the Guide Hachette two years running
2010 L'Autre Versant, Prieuré St.Jean de Bébian
Weighted average score from Wine Searcher: 88/100. Highly celebrated estate in the south of France of which Andrew Jefford stated, "A vertical tasting I took part in a couple of weeks ago suggested that Prieuré de St Jean de Bébian, close to Pézenas, should now be accorded 'Languedoc locomotive' status."
2011 'P' Pinot Noir, Fritsch, Austria
"The palate remains svelte but is beautifully rounded and shows soft but palpable tannins...91/100." Wine Enthusiast
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