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Georgia's is located in at the crossroads between eastern Europe and western Asia, home to the Caucasian Mountain ranges to the north and opening to the black sea to the west. The grapevine regions of Georgia are divided into six viticulture zones and multiple micro-zones. The most important of course is Kakheti, which is famous for its traditional Georgian winemaking method, whereby a Qvevri is used, a clay vessel, lined with melted beeswax, in western Georgia they are called Churi. The climate is diverse, with both the Caucasian Mountains and the Black sea playing a huge roll, as well as the multiple River basins located among the six wine producing regions. Georgia also has 18 appellations of origin for wines registered in Georgia, two of which are Napareuli and Kakheti.
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India's wine producing areas are divided into six main regions, Kashmir valley, Himachal, Champai, Deccan Plateau, Goa and Nandi Hills. The most active and most important are located in south-western India, in the states of Maharashtra and Karnataka. One of the most important is the Deccan Plateau some 600m above sea-level and is part of the Western Ghats Mountain Range and which incorporates the Nasik valley on India's Western Coast.
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Chocolate Box Cherry Chocolate GSM
Wine of Australia - Rocland Estate - Grenache / Shiraz / Mataro
Australia | South Australia | Barossa Valley
2016 | 15.5% - 75cl
The Chocolate Box Brand was launched in 2008 by Rocland Estate and is designed to give a “Remember When” and comfort feeling that chocolate gives us all. The low-yielding fruit was sourced from selected premium Barossa Valley Vineyards. The fruit is then crushed in open fermenters with daily rack and returns for up to 15 days extended fermentation and maceration. With storage and maturation taking place ....
 
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£13.99
Chocolate Box Dark Chocolate Shiraz
Wine of Australia - Rocland Estate
Australia | South Australia | Barossa Valley
2014 | 15% - 75cl
The fruit was harvested at optimum maturity and then carefully crushed into a series of small open fermenters, where daily rack and returns take place, with careful monitoring of the wines evolvement. Gentle basket pressing takes place between 7 to 10 days after crushing. The storage and maturation takes place over a 24 month period in new and used French and American Hogsheads, stored in temperature ....
 
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£12.99
Chocolate Box Forest Chocolate Tempranillo
Wine of Australia - Rocland Estate
Australia | South Australia | Barossa Valley
2013 | 14% - 75cl
Tempranillo also known as “Tinta Roriz” is a grape variety of Spanish origin, often referred to as “Spain's Noble Grape” and more commonly found in wines from La Rioja and Ribera del Duero in the northern part of Spain. It is a black grape, thick skinned, full-bodied with an earlier ripening period and can tolerate warmer climates. It is also a grape variety that can adapt and thrive in a Continental climate ....
 
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£12.99
Chocolate Box Truffle Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine of Australia - Rocland Estate
Australia | South Australia | Barossa Valley
2014 | 14.5% - 75cl
The 2010 vintage in Barossa Valley began in January, only slightly earlier than average, with mild and dry ripening conditions and cool nights. Red blocks were harvested late march, just before Easter. In all the 2010 vintage was an exceptional year. The Truffle was produced by selecting three very different parcels of premium Barossa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, which were open fermented for up to 10 days ....
 
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£13.95
Conde De Valdemar Gran Reserva Rioja DOCa
Bodegas Valdemar - Tempranillo | Mazuelo | Graciano
Spain | La Rioja | Alta - Alavesa
2010 | 13.5% - 75cl
La Rioja is located in the north of Spain and is divided into three sub-regions, Rioja Alta to the south-west, Rioja Alavesa to the north-west and Rioja Baja to the east. The fruit used for the Gran Reserva is sourced from three of Bodegas Valdemar wineries-San Justo and El Campillo, Alavesa and Camino Fuenmayor, Alta. In fact Bodegas Valdemar has vineyards in all three sub-regions.
Triangle Wine Club Score: 90 / 100
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£14.99
Conde De Valdemar Reserva Rioja DOCa
Bodegas Valdemar - Tempranillo | Garnacha | Graciano
Spain | La Rioja | Alavesa
2011 | 13.5% - 75cl
La Rioja is surrounded by mountains on three sides, from the Cantabrian mountains in the north to the Sierra de Achena and Sierra de Yerga in the south, all of which provide protection from the Atlantic in the north and the Mediterranean sea in the south east. The Ebro river runs through La Rioja and takes its name from the Rio Oja, a tributary of the Rio Ebro. The wine has a Reserva classification which states ...
Triangle Wine Club Score: 85 / 100
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£13.99
Conde De Valdemar Viura Rioja DOCa
Bodegas Valdemar - Viura / Malvasia
Spain | La Rioja | Baja - Alavesa
2013 | 12.5% - 75cl
Rioja Baja is located south-east of the La Rioja region, with the majority of vineyards situated on the south bank of the Ebro river downstream of Logrono. The sub-zone is lower-lying than Rioja Alta and Rioja Alavesa and has a warmer and drier climate. Ideal growing conditions for Viura, also known as Macabeo or Maccabeu, and Malvasia also referred to as Malmsey.
Triangle Wine Club Score: 70 / 100
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£7.99
Click image to review the Crianza from Conde Valdemar
Bodegas Valdemar | Rioja DOCa
Spain | La Rioja | Baja - Alavesa
2015 | 13.5% - 75cl
The fruit for the Valdemar Crianza Tempranillo was harvested Mid-October and was sourced from three different areas-Oyon/Alavesa, north of the Ebro, Logrono/Alta, South bank of Ebro and Ausejo/Baja, south-east of the Ebro river, all of which from family owned vineyards. Normally a Crianza must be aged for at least 24 months, with a minimum of 6 months in Casks but with the Valdemar Crianza the wine has been aged for 15 months in American Casks ...
Triangle Wine Club Score: 85 / 100
Based on 2 reviews.
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£11.95
Conde Valdemar Rosado Rioja DOCa
Conde de Valdemar Bodega - Garnacha | Tempranillo
Spain | La Rioja | Baja
2018 | 13.5% - 75cl
The parcels of fruit for the Conde Valdemar Rosado are sourced from two Estate Vineyards, Esperilla and Choker, Rioja Baja. Harvested in late September, the fruit is quickly transported to the Estate and gently pressed, with the fruit left in direct contact with the skins macerating and then after a period of time drained, a method known by Valdemar as ‘Bleeding’. Fermentation is carried out in stainless steel ....
Triangle Wine Club Score: 89 / 100
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£8.95
Constantin Chevalier Rouge Cuvee
Chateau Constantin Chase - AOC Cotes Du Luberon
France | Rhone | Luberon
2010 | 14% - 75cl
The different parcels of fruit are sourced from old vines 'Vielle Vignes' within the Cotes du Luberon, located just south of Cotes du Ventoux, in the Rhone Valley. The Sub-Region is separated by from Ventoux by Calavon river in the north and from Provence by the Durance river in the south. The parcels of fruit are aged for 12 months in French oak before 'Assemblage' blending and then a further 12 months in bottle.
Triangle Wine Club Score: 90 / 100
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£8.99
Cuvee Secrete Mas Chardonnay
IGP - Pays d’Oc - Sans Sulfite (No Sulphites)
France | Southern France | Languedoc
2015 | 13.5% - 75cl
The Cuvee Secrete Mas Chardonnay is produced from different vineyards within the Pays d'Oc and is made with no added sulphur. The Pays d'Oc was implemented and replaced Vin de Pays, in 2009. The Protected Geographical Region (IGP) covers wine regions of Southern France, such as Languedoc-Roussillon and the various AOC within, such as Corbieres, Minervois and the Languedoc appellation itself.
Triangle Wine Club Score: 89 / 100
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£11.95
Cuvee Secrete Mas Organic Merlot Cabernet Franc
IGP - Pays d’Oc - Sans Sulfite (No Sulphites)
France | Southern France | Languedoc
2015 | 14% - 75cl
The Cuvee Secrete Mas Organic Merlot Cabernet Franc has been produced from 14-16 year old vines within the Pays d'Oc, with no added Sulphur (SO2). The Cuvee Secrete range have been in the making for seven years and Jean Claude Mas hopes to be Sulphur free 2020 across all 11 Domaines Paul Mas Estates. The Cuvee Secrete Mas Organic Merlot Cabernet Franc appears almost black with red tints, overwhelming ...
Triangle Wine Club Score: 85 / 100
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£11.95
Click image to review the d'Arenberg d'Arry's Original Shiraz Grenache
Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2013 | 14.5% - 75cl
The d'Arry's Original has always been a blend of Shiraz and Grenache but was formally known as d'Arenberg Burgundy. The name was changed in the 1990's in recognition of principle d'Arry Osborn. The grapes used are all 100% McLaren vale, sourced from d'Arenberg's own vineyards and takes use of the largest oval barrel in the southern hemisphere, holding 40,000 Litres. With harvest early February and mid-April, small batches are crushed and transferred ...
Triangle Wine Club Score: 90 /100
Based on 2 reviews.
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£12.95
d'Arenberg Laughing Magpie Shiraz Viognier
Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2007 | 14.5% - 75cl
Shiraz and Viognier a blend more commonly seen in the Northern Rhone Valley in France, a red and white wine grape with the Shiraz constitution more than 90% of the overall wine in many cases. The blend can now be seen in Australia, most notably southern Australia's Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale as well as Yarra Valley in Victoria. In these warm climates the super-rich Viognier adds ripe apricot and peach ....
 
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£21.95
d'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz
Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2010 | 14% - 75cl
The fruit for the d'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz was sourced from vines affected by Dead Arm disease, located on estate owned vineyards in the wine region of McLaren Vale. The Dead Arm affects usually one side or arm of the vine, whereby the stock becomes brittle or lifeless and is then pruned or replanted but the grapes on the good side, while low yielding display amazing intensity. Small batches are gently crushed ...
 
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£29.95
d'Arenberg The Footbolt Shiraz
Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2012 | 14.6% - 75cl
Originally known as the “Old Vine Shiraz” the wine was renamed The Footbolt Shiraz after the family racehorse in 1996. The wine is a blend of early and late harvested fruit, middle February and early April which is located from several different D'Arenberg vineyards. Each parcel is crushed and transferred to five tonne headed-down open fermenters with foot treading untaken two thirds of the way through ....
Triangle Wine Club Score: 97 / 100
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£12.95
d'Arenberg The High Trellis Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2011 | 14.3% - 75cl
The High Trellis vineyard was planted in the late 19th century and received its name because the vines were the first to be trained above knee height, which was considered high at the time, not so not, the vineyard is located on the Osborn original estate. The wine also has small percentage of Petit Verdot and Merlot which are sourced from the Pedler's Divide Vineyard. The High Trellis is maturated in barrel with two thirds in ....
Triangle Wine Club Score: 95 / 100
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£12.95
d'Arenberg The Ironstone Pressing Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre
Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2010 | 13.9% - 75cl
The old vines used for the Ironstone Pressing were planted on decomposed laterite granite known as ‘Ironstone’. Harvested in February and March, small batches of grape are gently pressed and transferred to five Tonne headed down open fermenters. These individual batches remain separated with foot treading undertaken two thirds of the way through fermentation, basket pressed and transferred ...
 
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d'Arenberg The Stump Jump Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre
Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2011 | 14.6% - 75cl
The Stump Jump Labels are based on an Optometrist eye chart, designed as a humorous make shift sobriety test. If you hold the bottle at arm's length and you can still read the bottom line, then and only then can you have another glass. The grapes used are predominantly from very old bush-vines located from the d'Arenberg stable, with each of the grapes used offering something different to the overall wine.
Triangle Wine Club Score: 80 / 100
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£10.95
d'Arenberg The Stump Jump Riesling Marsanne Sauvignon
Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2009 | 12.5% - 75cl
The fruit chosen comes from selected vineyards within McLaren Vale, Crushed and fermented separately. Once fermentation for each parcel is complete, samples are taken from each batch and tasted. The final blend is then decided, with each grape adding something unique. The appearance is golden and clear with an aromatic, fresh and lively nose, abundance of fruit including pineapple, lemon, melon and green mango.
 
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£10.95
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