Secrets from the Cellar

November 02, 2021

Secrets from the Cellar

Having crunched the numbers following  our annual stock take we have been reminded just how ample the bounty we have tucked away in our cellars awaiting your pleasure is.  Or, to put it another way, if we are to have room for all the exciting and delicious new things we have lined up to tempt you we are going to have to say goodbye to some old friends.

To that end we hardened our hearts and drew up a list of fabulous wines where we have failed to communicate properly to you how wonderful they are.  From these we have assembled some delightful mixed cases full of these overlooked treasures.  And if that isn’t enough let our inability to judge just how big the market is for fine Austrian Neuburger be your gain - we have lopped a chunk of the price, with cases starting at just £35 for 6 bottles

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