Connolly’s and Arch 13 “At home” pt. 2
Thank you all for your ongoing support. Following the huge success of the First Four mixed 6s (note to Ed- do not call them Covid Cases) and with requests from those who appreciate the finer things in life we present the Fancier Three-
New World Favourites- £99.50
A selection of some of our favourite offerings from the New World, including the fruits of Chris's trip to South Africa, an Aussie Pinot Gris that may or may not be Orange, a big Malbec "that is to subtlety as Donald Trump is to honesty" (©CMC 2020) and simply one of the best value reds we've ever had from Australia.
Voyage of Discovery- £95
Go on, take a walk on the weird side... Odd grapes, unexpected places and simply weird winemaking these are all lovely, but not what anyone was expecting. Click the link to find full notes and the reasons why, (possibly advised with this one
The Spring Classics- £135
Hopefully the skies are azure blue, you're sat in your garden watching it burst into life, and birdsong is in the air (Or, like me, the skies are blue, the view is over a dusty demolition site, and the seagulls are making a racket)- either way, for different reasons, it's time for the good stuff..
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