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Dona Paula Estate Malbec
Finca Alluvia | Tupungato - Finca Los Indios | Altamira
Argentina | Mendoza | Uco Valley - San Carlos
2012 | 14.3% - 75cl
The fruit for the Dona Paula Estate Malbec are sourced from two vineyards within Mendoza's Uco valley, Finca Alluvia in Gualtallary some 1350m above sealevel and Finca Los Indios in Altamira, 1150m above sealevel. Portions of the manually harvested fruit are aged in 1st , 2nd and 3rd use French oak barrels for 10 months. The resulting Malbec appears intense violet in colour with upfront black fruits, violet and spice on the nose.
Triangle Wine Club Score: 90 / 100
Based on 1 reviews.
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£10.99
Duesa Nai Albarino Marques De Caceres
DO Rias Baixas
Spain | Galacia | Rias Baixas - O Rosal
2013 | 12% - 75cl
Rias Baixas is located in province of Pontevedra, Galacia. The region is divided into five sub-regions and the fruit for the Duesa Nai Albarino is sourced from a small vineyard in O Rosal, planted below 200m in altitude, very close to the coastline and the hills that dominate the Atlantic Ocean. The Albarino appears pale gold with lively notes of mineral and iodine, floral with zesty citrus and fetching white fruits on the nose.
Triangle Wine Club Score: 90 / 100
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£12.99
Fonseca Bin 27 Finest Reserve Porto
Fonseca Guimaraens - Oporto - Product of Portugal
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo - Douro Superior
N/V | 20% - 75cl
The parcels of fruit for The Fonseca Bin 27 Finest reserve are sourced from Fonseca's own Quintas in Cima Corgo and Douro Superior, located in central and eastern areas of the Douro Valley. The Reserve Bin 27 is a blend higher quality wines from different vintages, cask matured over a four year period prior to bottling. The Fonseca Bin 27 Finest Reserve appears a deep ruby colour with intense aromas of red and black fruit ...
Triangle Wine Club Score: 90 / 100
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£13.99
Marques De La Concordia Crianza Rioja DOCa
Hacienda Marques de la Concordia - La Rioja Baja
Spain | La Rioja | Baja
2010 | 13.5% - 75cl
Hacienda Marques de la Concordia is an old sugar factory turned wine estate in La Rioja's Sub-region of Baja, located south east of the Ebro river. The winery is also noted to have planted vines in Rioja Alavesa, some 680m above sealevel. The wine is further aged for 18 months in barrel and then 6 months in the bottle. The resulting Crianza appears deep red with ruby hues, ripe red and black fruit ...
Triangle Wine Club Score: 85 / 100
Based on 1 reviews.
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£9.99
Ropiteau Les Plants Noble Pinot Noir
Ropiteau Freres - Vin De France
France | Southern France | Languedoc - Roussillon
2013 | 12.5% - 75cl
The Fruit for the Ropiteau Les Plants Noble Pinot Noir is sourced from Languedoc upper valley of the Aude river, on vineyards some 200-400 meters in altitude, with a further 3-5% sourced from burgundy. The regions climate is influenced from both the Mediterranean and the Atlantic ocean, with the vines planted on clay-limestone, marl and sandy clay soils strewn with pebbles. The Pinot Noir appears deep red with ruby ....
Triangle Wine Club Score: 70 / 100
Based on 1 reviews.
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£8.99
Ropiteau Les Plants Noble Sauvignon Blanc
Ropiteau Freres - Vin De France
France | Southern France | Languedoc - Roussillon
2013 | 12% - 75cl
The Fruit for the Les Plants Noble Sauvignon Blanc is predominantly sourced from the Haut Languedoc region in southern France's Herault department, named after the Herault River, with a further smaller percentage sourced from the 'Garden of France' The Loire Valley. The Sauvignon Blanc appears pale gold with silver highlights, expressive but light with mineral and citrus combined with exotic fruit on the nose.
Triangle Wine Club Score: 65 / 100
Based on 1 reviews.
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£8.99
Santa Rita Medalla Real Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine of Chile - DO Valle De Maipo
Chile | Central Valley | Maipo Valley
2010 | 14.5% - 75cl
The fruit for the Medalla Real Cabernet Sauvignon was sourced from 15 year old vines in Alto Jahuel vineyard, Alto Maipo. The sub-regions vineyards rise into the Andes, ranging from 400m to 800m above sealevel and are highly influenced by the mountain itself. The fermented fruit is racked twice with the wine aged for 14 months in 1st, 2nd and 3rd use French oak barrels. Deep ruby red in colour, with lashings of black fruits ....
Triangle Wine Club Score: 95 / 100
Based on 1 reviews.
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£13.95
The Crossings Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc
Wine of New Zealand - Marlborough | Awatere Valley
New Zealand | South Island | Marlborough - Awatere Valley
2015 | 13.5% - 75cl
The Awatere Valley is the smaller of the two Marlborough sub-regions, running parallel with the east coast. The region is named after the Awatere River, which runs south from Clifford Bay and is separated from the Wairau Valley by the Wither Hills in the north. A proportion of fruit is sourced from the Awatere Valleys special Medway Vineyard, located around the township of Seddon.
Triangle Wine Club Score: 80 / 100
Based on 1 reviews.
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£11.99
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