Fine Wine

True wine lovers know that spending a little extra goes a long way towards getting real value for money. Maybe you’re looking for a quality gift for a special occasion, or simply searching for something special to drink now or to lay down. Whatever your motivation, we’ve got an enviable collection of fine wines ready to deliver to your door.

You might already know the best names and vintages to look out for. But even if you’re still learning, you can rely on our expertise and eye for quality to bring you the best selection of fine wine. So now it’s over to you – red or white, Old World or New, we’ve got an unbelievable range of the best of the best to try. Browse our selection for inspiration.

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  • Poggio San Polo Rosso di Montalcino 2015, Tuscany

    Some think Rosso is bargain Brunello. Your glass will be bursting with lingering floral notes and red cherry. And, what's more, it's made under the watchful eye of consultant winemaker Nicola Biasi and his team. Nicola was brought in especially to build on Poggio San Polo's established quality and reputation. Read More.

    £18.95
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  • Fossacolle Brunello di Montalcino 2013, Tuscany

    Fossacolle has produced an excellent set of new releases. At the top of the list is the 2013 Brunello di Montalcino, which exhibits a spectacular level of inner balance and positive energy. There is a level of aromatic happiness or brightness here that denotes carefully ripened Sangiovese grapes. In other words, you can taste that the fruit has not been stressed by adverse weather conditions. The 2013 vintage is indeed harmonious across the board, and this wine demonstrates that fact. Monica Larner, Wine Advocate Read More.

    £39.50
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  • Dönnhoff Tonschiefer Dry Slate Riesling 2016, Nahe

    Argillaceous schist sounds like a right mineral mouthful, but the Tonschiefer does not restrict itself to slaty austerity. Fleshy white peach and crunchy fruit peel enter into an inspired alliance with vibrant acidity to produce a cool and fresh expression that takes the sting out of trocken. Jancis Robinson 16.5 pts Read More.

    £22.99
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  • Dönnhoff Roxheimer Höllenpfad Riesling Trocken 2014, Nahe

    The 2016 Nahe Riesling Höllenpfad Trocken is pure, fresh and elegant on the slightly flinty nose, with subtle herbal and bright fruit aromas. On the palate, this is an intense, very finessed and creamy-textured Riesling with a long and intense finish. It is well structured and reveals a persistent finish. Stephen Reinhardt, Wine Advocate Read More.

    £29.49
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  • Great German Wines (7-bottles)

    German fine wine is inextricably linked to one grape variety. It's responsible for many of the world's greatest white wines. No other variety reflects where it's come from so precisely. Welcome to Riesling, and it's myriad of styles and flavours Read More.

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